The Wharton County Junior College Pioneers baseball team’s bid for a trip to the junior college World Series ended recently with a heartbreaking loss in the regional tournament.
The Wharton Junior High School golf team competed in a couple of tournaments recently.
COLLEGE STATION — Wharton’s Kel Craft and Calista Silva advanced to the Class 4A state tennis semifinals in mixed doubles but fell short of making it to the finals.
Wharton took two of the top awards on the all-District 24-4A boys soccer team which was announced recently.
The East Bernard Brahmas are the only East Wharton County team remaining in the baseball and softball playoffs following last weekend’s games.
The Wharton County Junior College Pioneers baseball team will play in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Region XIV Tournament this weekend in Sugar Land.
The high school baseball and softball playoffs continued this weekend for three local teams.
Wharton’s Acacia Watson has advanced to the Class 4A state track meet, which is being held this weekend at the Mike A. Meyers Stadium on the University of Texas at Austin campus.
New Mayor Tim Barker is sworn in by City Attorney Paul Webb during Monday’s Wharton City Council meeting.
The Open Car Show was one of the big attractions at the Wharton County Freedom Fest on Saturday in downtown Wharton. See more photos, Page A8.
John Arthur Martinez will perform at the Java Jam at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Milam Street Coffee Shop in downtown Wharton.
Wharton Junior High School golfers include, from left, Wesley Maffett, Reese Roddy, Ashton Sosa, Joshua Sangalli and Abby Burditt.
Wharton County Junior College outfielder Spencer Griffin of Richmond gets some congratulatory hand slaps after hitting a homerun during the Pioneers’ game against Angelina College in the NJCAA Region XVI Tournament in Sugar Land. The Pioneers won that game 11-8 and would make it all the way to the championship game before falling to San Jacinto and just missing out on a trip to the NJCAA World Series.