HUNTSVILLE SOCCER — Fitting home finale
The Huntsville girls soccer team shined in their final home game of the season with a 3-0 victory against Porter.
HUNTSVILLE BASEBALL — Hornets fall to Magnolia
The Hornets are still trying to get out of their own way. So far this season, Huntsville’s baseball team has allowed self-inflicted wounds to help render them winless three games into the district schedule.
A 14-9 loss to Magnolia on Friday night, in which Huntsville committed five errors, is the latest example of the Hornets beating themselves.
HUNTSVILLE TENNIS — Huntsville tennis teams take on tough competition
Huntsville competed in the Klein Varsity tennis tournament on Thursday March 6 against schools such as Klein, The Woodlands, Katy Seven Lakes, Klein Collins and Klein Oak.
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BEARKAT MEN'S BASKETBALL — Kats bomb Southeastern La. from 3-point range
Sam Houston needed to get back on track to finish the regular season and that started with a 71-54 victory against the Lions at Johnson Coliseum.
BEARKAT WOMEN'S BASKETBALL — Kats still fighting
The Sam Houston State women needed to play their best basketball if they were going to keep their minute hopes alive for the Southland Conference tournament.
They did just that with a 93-73 victory over Southeastern Louisiana on Thursday.
RODEO INSIDER: Champion exploding on collegiate, pro circuits
Richmond Champion either is busting broncs or busting books. He’s a bareback bronc rider who is exploding on both the collegiate and pro rodeo circuits. He’s also a Tarleton State junior agriculture major. When the bareback riding title was at stake on Sunday at RFD-TV’s The American at AT&T Stadium, Champion clinched the title after turning in a lofty score of 90 aboard a bronc named Show Stopper and earned $1.1 million for his efforts.
HUNTSVILLE SOCCER — Seizing opportunities
Willis had revenge on its mind, taking on the Huntsville boys Wednesday night at Pritchett Field.
The Wildkats had possession of the ball for the majority of the first half and got 10 shots.
SHSU BASEBALL — Errors costly for Bearkats against Rice
In a matchup of nationally ranked teams, Sam Houston State had a chance to improve its position in the college baseball national landscape against Rice.
That didn’t come to pass because of a myriad of errors midway through the game that cost the 28th-ranked Bearkats in an 8-5 loss on Wednesday night.
SHSU BASKETBALL — Bearkat men, women host Southeastern with plenty on the line
The Sam Houston men and women play host to Southeastern Louisiana tonight in the next-to-last home Southland Conference double header of the 2014 basketball season.
The women start the evening with a 5:30 p.m. tip with the Lions. The men’s game follows at 7:45 p.m.
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