Sports Headlines–4/20/2015

The Friday night District 18-5A baseball game between 2nd-ranked College Station and Bryan was postponed due to weather and will be played tonight at 7 at College Station High. Rudder had their game with Willis suspended in the 2nd inning Friday and completed the game Saturday with the Rangers beating the Wildcats 8 to 4.

The softball schedule was also affected by the weather with A&M Consolidated’s game at College Station moved to tonight at 6 pm and Rudder’s game with Huntsville changed to tonight at 5 at Rudder High School.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team beat Arkansas Saturday 13 to 6, but the Aggies lost a suspended game from Saturday that was resumed yesterday 9 to 8 and then lost a 7-inning nightcap game last night 8 to 2.     The Aggies will host UT-Arlington tomorrow afternoon for a non-conference game.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team lost in Baton Rouge to 3rd-ranked L-S-U Saturday 6 to 1 and again yesterday 6 to 3. The Aggies and Tigers will complete their series tonight at 6.

Houston opened the N-B-A play-offs with a 118 to 108 win over Dallas Saturday. Last night San Antonio lost to the L-A Clippers 107 to 92.

And, in major league baseball, Houston lost to the L-A Angels Friday 6 to 3 but the Astros came back to win on Saturday 4 to nothing and again yesterday 4 to 3. Texas beat Seattle Friday 3 to 1, but the Rangers lost to the Mariners on Saturday 3 to 1 and again yesterday 11 to 10. Tonight, Houston plays at Seattle.

Sports Headlines–4/17/2015

The season ended for the College Station girls’ soccer team yesterday at the state tournament in Georgetown when they were beaten in the state semi-final game 2 to nil by Austin Vandergrift. College Station finished their season with 27 wins, one loss and one tie.

First place in the Distract 18-5A baseball standings is on the line tonight when Bryan plays at 2nd-ranked College Station at 7 pm. Also tonight, A&M Consolidated plays at Livingston at 6 and Rudder plays at Willis at 7.

The District 18-5A softball schedule finds Bryan playing at Caney Creek, Consol playing at College Station, and Rudder hosting Huntsville.  All games are at 7.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team is hosting Arkansas for a S-E-C series this weekend. The Aggies and Razorbacks will play tonight at 6:35, tomorrow at 7:35, and Sunday at 3:05.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team is playing a conference series at 3rd-ranked L-S-U. The Aggies and Tigers will play tomorrow at 6, Sunday at 6 and Monday at 6.

And, in the major leagues tonight, Houston is hosting the L-A Angels and Texas is playing at Seattle.

Sports Headlines–4/16/2015

The College Station girls’ soccer team plays in the Class 5A state semi-final game today in Georgetown against Austin Vandergrift. The winner earns a berth in the state championship game on Saturday.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team was pushed to the edge by Abilene Christian last night as the Aggies squeaked out a 3 to 2 win. The Aggies will next host Arkansas for a conference series this weekend.

The 24th-ranked Texas Aggie softball team scored early and often last night in beating Lamar 13 to nothing in five innings. The Aggies will play a weekend conference series at 3rd-ranked L-S-U beginning on Saturday.

The pro-basketball regular season ended last night. Houston beat Utah 117 to 91, San Antonio lost to New Orleans 108 to 103, and Dallas beat Portland 114 to 98. The play-offs begin Saturday with Houston hosting Dallas and Sunday San Antonio plays at the L-A Clippers.

And, in major league baseball, Houston beat Oakland yesterday 6 to 1, but Texas lost to the L-A Angels 10 to 2.

Sports Headlines–4/15/2015

The Bryan baseball team won its fifth straight District 18-5A game last night when they beat Caney Creek 6 to 1. 2nd-ranked College Station was also a winner as they topped Rudder 13 to 1 in five innings. Friday, Bryan will play at College Station and Rudder will play at Willis.

The Bryan softball team clinched a play-off berth last night with a 6 to 1 win over District 18-5A front-runner Willis. Also yesterday, College Station stayed in the play-off hunt with a 3 to nothing win over Huntsville. Today, Rudder will play at Livingston. Friday, Bryan plays at Caney Creek and College Station hosts A&M Consolidated.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team hosts Abilene Christian for a 6:35 pm game today at Blue Bell Park.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team is hosting Lamar today for a 6:30 pm game at the Aggie Softball Complex.

In major league baseball last night, Houston was shut-out 4 to nothing by Oakland but Texas beat the L-A Angels 8 to 2. Tonight, the Astros and A’s wrap-up their series in Houston and the Rangers and Angels complete their series in Arlington.

And, the N-B-A regular season draws to a close tonight with Houston hosting Utah, San Antonio playing at New Orleans, and Dallas hosting Portland.

Sports Headlines–4/14/2015

The College Station softball team run-ruled Livingston yesterday 12 to 1 in a make-up game rained out last week. Tonight, College Station will play at Huntsville, Bryan will host Willis, A&M Consolidated will host Caney Creek, and Rudder will play at Livingston.

In District 18-5A baseball tonight, Bryan will host Caney Creek, Consol will play at Willis, and Rudder will host 2nd-ranked College Station.

In pro basketball last night, Houston beat Charlotte 100 to 90 and Dallas lost to Utah 109 to 92.

And, in major league baseball, Houston lost to Oakland 8 to 1 and Texas lost to the Los Angeles Angels 6 to 3. Tonight, the Astros and A’s play in Houston and the Rangers and Angels play in Arlington.

Sports Headlines–4/13/2015

Bryan picked up their fifth District 18-5A win of the season Friday when they beat Livingston 3 to 1. Also Friday, Rudder beat Caney Creek 7 to 4 and 2nd-ranked College Station shut-out Willis 5 to nothing.

In District 18-5A softball, Bryan topped A&M Consolidated 4 to 3 in 11 innings to win the crosstown showdown game.

The College Station soccer team won the Region III Championship over Missouri City Ridge Point Friday 2 to nil. The Lady Cougars will play Austin Vandegrift in the state semi-finals Thursday in Georgetown.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team won two-of-three from visiting Mississippi State this weekend. The Aggies won the Friday game 3 to 1 before dropping the Saturday game 3 to 2 and then clobbering the Bulldogs 13 to 5 yesterday.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggies softball team won only one of three games against 6th-ranked Auburn this weekend. Auburn won the Friday game 8 to 1. The Aggies won the opening game Saturday 12 to 4 before dropping the nightcap game to Auburn by an identical 12 to 4 score.

In pro basketball, San Antonio slipped past Houston on Friday 104 to 103 but Houston beat New Orleans yesterday 121 to 114, the Spurs won their 11th straight game yesterday by beating Phoenix 107 to 91, and Dallas beat Denver in overtime on Friday 144 to 143.

And, in major league baseball, Houston beat Texas Friday 5 to 1. The Rangers bounced back to win Saturday 6 to 2, but the Astros won the game yesterday 6 to 4 in 14-innings.

Sports Headlines–4/10/2015

The Bryan baseball team will play on the road tonight when they take on Livingston. A&M Consolidated is hosting Huntsville, Rudder is playing at Caney Creek, and College Station is hosting Willis. In softball, Bryan is hosting Consol for the second softball crosstown showdown of the season, Rudder is playing at District 18-5A front-runner Willis, and College Station is hosting Livingston.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team is hosting Mississippi State for a conference series this weekend. Game times Blue Bell Park are at 6:35 tonight, 2:05 tomorrow, and 1:05 on Sunday.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team is hosting 6th-ranked Auburn for an S-E-C series this weekend. Games will be played at the Aggie softball complex tonight at 6:30, tomorrow at 1, and Sunday at 12:30.

In pro basketball, Houston will host San Antonio tonight and New Orleans on Sunday. San Antonio, in addition to play at Houston tonight, will host Phoenix on Sunday. And, Dallas will play at Denver tonight and at the L-A Lakers on Sunday.

And, in major league baseball, Houston lost to Cleveland yesterday 5 to 1 while Texas won at Oakland 10 to 1. Tonight, Houston begins a weekend three-game series at Texas

Sports Headlines–4/9/2015

The 23rd-ranked Texas A&M softball team finished a long stretch of non-conference games with a 13 to 9 win over North Texas last night. Aggie batters picked up 12 base hits including three home runs. The Aggies will host 6th-ranked Auburn this weekend for their first conference series in two weeks.

The San Antonio Spurs won their ninth straight game last night when they beat the Houston Rockets 110 to 98. Also last night the Dallas Mavericks beat the Phoenix Suns 107 to 104.

And, the Houston Astros lost to the Cleveland Indians last night 2 to nothing while the Texas Rangers were pummeled by the Oakland A’s 10 to nothing. Today, the Astros will wrap-up their series with Cleveland while the Rangers finish their series at the A’s.

Sports Headlines–4/8/2015

The Bryan Vikings won the first crosstown showdown baseball game of the season 5 to 3 last night over A&M Consolidated. Texas A&M commit Kyle Richardson threw a five-inning perfect game for College Station in a 12 to nothing win over Caney Creek. And, Rudder beat Livingston 11 to 2.

In District 18-5A softball, Bryan bested Huntsville 3 to1, Consol lost to district front-runner Willis 2 to nothing, and Rudder upended College Station 17 to 7 in six-innings.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team slipped past 13th-ranked Rice last night 4 to 3. The Aggies will host Mississippi State this weekend.

The 23rd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team beat Texas-San Antonio 5 to 2 in a non-conference game last night. The Aggies will complete a two-week long stretch of non-conference games tonight against North Texas at 6:30 pm.

San Antonio won their eighth straight game last night when they beat Oklahoma City 113 to 88. Tonight, San Antonio hosts Houston and Dallas hosts Phoenix.

And, the Texas Rangers won their first game of the season last night as they beat the A’s in Oakland 3 to 1. The Rangers and A’s play again tonight in Oakland. Also tonight, the Astros are hosting Cleveland.

Sports Headlines–4/7/2015

The high school baseball schedule resumes tonight after the Easter holiday break. Bryan will play the first crosstown showdown game of the season at A&M Consolidated, Rudder is playing at Livingston, and College Station is playing at Caney Creek.

The District 18-5A softball season also picks back up tonight with Bryan at Huntsville, Consol at district front-runner Willis, and Rudder hosting College Station.

The top-ranked Texas A&M baseball team will host 13th-ranked Rice for a non-conference game tonight at 6:30 pm. Also tonight, the 22nd-ranked Texas Aggie softball team will continue their non-conference stretch of games by hosting Texas-San Antonio at 6:30 pm in a make-up game that was rained out earlier in the season.

The Houston Astros opened the season last night with a 2 to nothing win over the visiting Cleveland Indians. But, the Texas Rangers lost their season opener 8 to nothing to the A’s in Oakland. The Astros are off tonight while the Rangers will again take on the A’s tonight on the west coast.

And, in pro basketball tonight, San Antonio plays at Oklahoma City.