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Club tennis for the match

Club tennis for the match

Brenda Jacoby, Contributor

November 28, 2014

Tennis season for Houston Community College's Eagles has ended for 2014. Crushing losses and sweet victories made the year memorable for Coach Carlton Abernathy and his team. Scheduled matches begin in February and the team practices Thursday nights at the world-class Downtown Club at the Met. Club tennis includes men and wo...

Bump. Set. Spike!

Bump. Set. Spike!

John Cañamar

November 4, 2014

When Scott Simonds, head coach at Clear Creek High School, was asked about his thoughts on the playoffs he responded, “[I’m] very proud of the season we've had. To win the district for the ninth time in 14-years is a huge accomplishment considering how strong our district is year in and year out.” He continued, “The kids have worked very hard and we're now focusing on winning one match at a time and hopefully getting back to the State Tournament for the first time since 2008.”

Southwest men’s soccer get the tickets for Dallas

Southwest men’s soccer get the tickets for Dallas

Maria Smith

November 3, 2014

The Eagles upset the University of Houston-Downtown 6-1 in the championship match-up, earning a trip to the NIRSA (National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association) Region IV Tournament at The University of Texas at Dallas. This is the second trip to regionals for a HCCS college and the first time for the Southwest college. Under the guidelines of coach Ubaldo Lucio and his work team; the team was able to accomplish their goals for this season tournament. "As a team, we fulfilled our expectations for the tournament. We set out to be the best and we did it."

‘Tis the Season for Football

‘Tis the Season for Football

John Cañamar

October 29, 2014

With the calendar turning to November, it means a couple of things to people in Texas. First, the holidays are fast approaching. Second, and more important to Texans, is it is high school football playoff time.

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