The Lions took control from the opening kickoff and never let up on Friday night, claiming an outright district title in the process.
The Lions entered Friday night with the chance to clinch an outright division title with wins in their final two games of the season.
It wasn’t as easy to come by, but the result was the same as it has been for most of the season.
After getting a chance to run in the state cross-country meet last year, Alpha Omega Academy sophomore Jessica Kohers is all set to do it again and run a better time.
In Saturday night’s season opener, the Lions had stellar performances turned in by quarterback Zach Taylor, running back Vanya Benson and defensive standout Cole Garrison.
After a little more than two weeks of practice, the Lions got the chance to see live-contact action on Friday afternoon.
After spending the summer lifting weights and conditioning themselves, the Lions were happy to be back on the football field and running plays.
The Lions may not officially get to kick off football workouts until Wednesday, but they’ve already gotten a head start with their passing game. And a little momentum, too.
The New Waverly baseball team knew it would be playing East Chambers in the area round of the Class 3A state playoffs, just not when or where the two teams would meet.
Despite facing strong winds throughout the TAPPS Class 2A boys state golf championship, Alpha Omega Academy senior Cade Ernst was able to secure a top-10 finish on Tuesday.
After having the first part of their season washed out, the Lions finally got a chance to get on the baseball diamond and see what they could do.
Alpha Omega Academy senior volleyball player Lizzie Morrow saw her years of dedication pay off and she gets to continue to play the sport she loves.
It was apparent that the Alpha Omega Academy boys basketball team was going to run away with an easy victory when senior guard Cade Ernst opened Saturday’s game with 19 straight points before Baytown Christian finally made a shot.
Despite losing several key pieces from last season’s squad, the Alpha Omega Academy boys basketball team is gearing up for another deep playoff run.
Just like the first meeting between Alpha Omega Academy and Conroe Covenant, Tuesday night’s rematch between the two squads came down to the final seconds.
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