A late hit that was heard and seen around the state has changed the complexion of the Rudder-Jasper football game Friday night at Merrill Green Stadium.Jasper quarterback Leontay Sells was blindsided seconds after handing the ball off to Jerkerion Simmons, and according to coach Darrell Barbay will miss the Rudder game because of a concussion.No penalty was called on the play but after seeing the video Silsbee coach Randy Smith apologized and said discipline will be taken against the...
Bethany Butler and Brianna Warren provided the power, but College Station coach Kayli Faigle credited the steady play of sophomore libero Kate Georgiades as the key to the Lady Cougar volleyball team’s 25-21, 25-18, 25-14 sweep of Rudder in District 18-5A play Tuesday at The Armory.“My libero is top notch, just phenomenal,” Faigle said of Georgiades. “She saves us so much, and her serve receive is always on point. Defensively she is all over the place.
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