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In a world of trash talk, bullying and overall divisiveness, moments of pure sportsmanship are, at times, few and far between.

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With a week of practices already under their belts, the Brahma football team went through individual positional and team drills beneath a cloudy sky Monday afternoon.

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In advance of scrimmages, Wharton Tigers head football coach Alvin Dotson II sat down with the Wharton Journal-Spectator recently to talk about the upcoming season. 

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Houston Astros right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. made his fourth MLB rehab assignment start Sunday night in the finale of a six-game series between the Sugar Land Space Cowboys and Round Rock Express at Constellation Field.  

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The Boling Bulldogs put on shoulder pads on Wednesday afternoon as they started to gear closer and closer to full contact football.

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A pitching duel Tuesday between current and former Houston Astros stars brought a packed house to Constellation Field and a win for the home team.

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Friday Night Lights are three words every football fan knows well. Here in Brahma Country, those three words come to life on Friday, Aug. 12, at 5 p.m. in Memorial Stadium for the Brahma’s opening scrimmage against Industrial.

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With “Return of the Mack” by Mark Morrison playing through a speaker on the practice field, the Wharton Tigers went through their first day of two-a-days Monday afternoon.

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Our redfish bite has been off the charts the last month. 

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It’s been nearly nine long months but the sound of chinstraps tightening and shoulder pads popping are right around the corner.

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After more than eight-hour delay in the championship game, the Wharton 13U Babe Ruth team fell 5-1 to Meridian, Mississippi, in the regional tournament in Alabama Sunday evening.

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) went on a bombing run over the weekend, using the long ball to take two of three games from the Albuquerque Isotopes (Colorado Rockies).

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Football is getting closer and closer for Boling Bulldogs, with the high school and middle school athletes ending their final week of summer workouts on Thursday.

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El Campo running back Rueben Owens II, an incoming senior, has achieved the number one running back ranking in the nation.

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) headed into the all-star break this week after wrapping up a 12-game home stand where they went 3-9 against two opponents.

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The Texas Amateur Athletic Federation state swim meet will have Wharton representation with four young swimmers competing today in Corpus Christi.

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) find themselves in a hole to the Reno Aces (Arizona Diamondbacks) at the two teams meet for the first time at Constellation Field.

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The Little League Texas East state softball title will be up for grabs in El Campo at Zlotnik Park this weekend.

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Two Babe Ruth teams are getting pushed back a week due to impending bad weather in their Southwestern Regional tournament sites.

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Even Earth’s Mightiest Heroes couldn’t help the Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) overcome the Chihuahuas of El Paso (San Diego Padres) as the visitors took four of six games in last week’s series at Constellation Field.

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The Wharton Lady Tigers season ended with a second straight playoff run, with the consistent play the District 24-4A coaches awarded them with three top honors.

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Houston Astros outfielder Kyle Tucker gets a hit Wednesday night in a 7-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals at Minute Maid Park. Despite the loss, the Astros took three of four games from the Royals and at 54-28 are atop the American League West by 13 games.

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys (Houston Astros) lost an Independence Day game to the El Paso Chihuahuas (San Diego Padres) 11-7, but rebounded to win the next two games at Constellation Field.

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Coach Andrea Kearney Robinson, a Wharton native, was honored for her accomplishments and winning back-to-back state championships for her school, DeSoto High School, on July 2 in Wharton at the Simply Divine Event Center. Pictured with Robinson is her father, coach Paul Kearney.

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We finally had some calm days to go get after the fish and it has been lights out. First, our trout bite has been great out on the deep shell and rigs out in Matagorda Bay with live shrimp rigged about four feet under popping corks. Our surf finally turned on for the first time all season an…

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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.