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Earning their third consecutive series win, the Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) beat the Tacoma Rainiers (Seattle Mariners) four games to two as they head into a six-game series on the road this week against the Albuquerque Isotopes (Colorado Rockies).

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Houston Astros pitcher Jake Odorizzi delivers a pitch for the Sugar Land Space Cowboys against the Tacoma Rainiers June 24 at Constellation Field. Odorizzi was on a rehab assignment with the Astros AAA team.

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The Boling Bulldogs this past season came close to winning a second straight district baseball title but finished one game behind Danbury, earning second place.

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El Campo incoming senior Rueben Owens II hasn’t put pen to paper and signed his national letter of intent, but has verbally committed to the University of Louisville Cardinals.

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The race for the District 24-3A crown needed an extra game in 2022. East Bernard and Danbury tied at 11-1 through 12 district games, but the Brahmarettes took the No. 1 seed after winning a tie-breaking contest. 

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) returned to Constellation Field this week, riding the momentum of two consecutive series wins, the latest on the road against rival Round Rock Express (Texas Rangers).

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys continued their roll Thursday night winning their sixth game in a row with a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Round Rock Express

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If you’re a soccer fan, the biggest event in the sport will be coming to Houston in 2026, less than 80 miles from Wharton County.

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Former Wharton standout Andera Robinson, a multi-time state championship head coach, is returning home next month and will receive a proclamation from the city council honoring her accomplishments.

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The East Bernard Brahmas made it to the postseason and came in third place in the district, helping them earn top honors from the 24-3A coaches. 

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys earned their first series sweep in the fledgling franchise’s history by taking three games over the weekend from the Las Vegas Aviators (Oakland Athletics).

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The East Bernard Brahmas have already qualified for state seven-on-seven football, but that didn’t stop them from putting on a dominant showing at the Rice Raider State Qualifying Tournament last Thursday night. 

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) split a six-game series against the Albuquerque Isotopes (Colorado Rockies) last week at Constellation Field.

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Corey Julks of the Sugar Land Space Cowboys swings at a pitch during the May 21 game against the Oklahoma City Dodgers at Constellation Field. The Space Cowboys are in last place in the AAA Pacific Coast East standings at 18-30. The team returned to Sugar Land on May 31 from a series in El P…

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Michael Brantley of the Houston Astros gets a hit during the May 25 game against the Cleveland Guardians at Minute Maid Park. The Astros won 2-1, taking a 2-1 series win over the Guardians. The Astros lead the American League West with a 31-18 record.

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Wharton ISD will have its offseason workouts available for all Tiger and Lady Tiger athletes, from incoming seventh-graders to incoming seniors throughout the summer. 

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The Boling Bulldogs aren’t known for a prolific 1,000-yard passing offense, but that doesn’t stop them from playing seven-on-seven for a few weeks in May.

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Corey Julks of the Sugar Land Space Cowboys swings at a pitch during last Saturday’s game against the Oklahoma City Dodgers at Constellation Field. The Space Cowboys are in last place in the AAA Pacific Coast East standings at 17-28. The team is currently in El Paso and will return to Sugar …

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The Wharton Tigers did not qualify for the state seven-on-seven tournament at the Roughneck qualifier last Saturday.

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Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros fouls off a ball during Wednesday’s game against the Cleveland Guardians at Minute Maid Park. The Astros won 2-1, taking a 2-1 series win over the Guardians. The Astros lead the American League West with a 29-16 record.

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The Franklin Lady Lions ended the East Bernard Brahmarettes softball season with a 7-1 win in Navasota in the fourth round of the playoffs.

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An appearance in the 4A Region III finals was not in the cards for the El Campo Ladybirds as they fell to the Lake Belton Lady Broncos 8-1 at Davis Diamond in College Station Friday night. 

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The senior-heavy (10 seniors) Bellville Brahmas came back to defeat the El Campo Ricebirds, winning the finale 5-1 at Cy Woods High School Saturday afternoon. 

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The Franklin Lady Lions took game one of the best of the three series against the East Bernard Brahmarettes 6-1 Thursday night at Navasota High School.

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Kaylie Goad signs a letter of intention to participate in soccer and cross country at National Park College in Arkansas during a ceremony Friday at Wharton High School. She was an active member of the cross country, soccer and track teams and most recently finished eighth at the UIL State Tr…

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The East Bernard Brahmas will be looking to defend their Division III state seven-on-seven championship later this summer, finishing second at the Brazos Division III qualifier last Saturday.

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Aided by a handful of errors, timely hitting and seven strong innings from junior Lexie Warncke, the East Bernard Brahmarettes softball team dispatched the New Waverly Lady Bulldogs 9-3 at Waller High School Saturday evening. 

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Athletes from Wharton County Junior College’s baseball, rodeo and volleyball programs were recently honored for their outstanding achievements.

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The Wharton track program came less than two one-hundredths of a second from having a runner medal at the UIL state meet in Austin last Thursday. 

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The East Bernard Brahmarettes are one win away from returning to the regional semi-finals for the second straight season after beating the New Waverly Lady Bulldogs 11-1 at Waller High School Thursday night. 

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The Boling baseball and softball teams need Friday and Saturday wins to extend their season, with both teams falling to Diboll in game one at C.E. King High School Thursday night.