By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Naveon Mitchell scored seven touchdowns to lead Travis to a 58-28 win over Austin, moving Travis closer to a playoff spot. Ridge Point’s tight end, Mustapha Muhammad verbally committed to attend the University of Michigan. “I chose Michigan because it is a great university. It is a place I can see myself thrive in because of the … [Read more...] about @FtBendAthletics: Travis’ Mitchell scores 7 touchdowns
The cover of a Sports Illustrated edition in 2014 boldly declared the bottom dwelling Houston Astros would be the 2017 World Series champs. The picture of George Springer swinging away in a throwback Astros jersey just made the claim seem to be that much more audacious. Well, here it is, 2017, and wow! The Houston Astros are in the World Series! The clairvoyance of that cover … [Read more...] about Will Sports Illustrated’s cover be clairvoyance or a curse?
By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star Crowds braved one day off hot weather and one morning of rain to see a spectrum of aviation history involving aircraft, demonstrations and air shows at Wings Over Houston last weekend. Aviation fans of all ages arrived to see Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard aircraft and personnel at Ellington Field. The Thunderbirds … [Read more...] about Wings Over Houston flies into the history books
Civil War re-enactors engage in a battle demonstration Saturday during Texian Market Days at George Ranch Historical Park. … [Read more...] about Texian Market Days at George Ranch
The Transylvanian Court will rule the Texas Renaissance Festival this weekend for All Hallows Eve. The festival located near Magnolia runs weekends in October and November with different themes each weekend. … [Read more...] about They’re Kooky and Spooky