A handful of Huntsville Hornets were recognized for an impressive 2020 season earlier this week, as District 20-5A highlighted its top boys soccer players.
While her high school athletic career has reached its end, Arianna Solis has plenty of memories to look back on from her time as a Huntsville Lady Hornet.
Tonight, the Huntsville boys soccer team was supposed to face Kingwood Park in its regular season finale. A win would have secured the Hornets District 20-5A’s final playoff berth — and capped a late-season push up the league standings.
After a tough season — where the Lady Hornets failed to win a conference game — Huntsville rallied around its seniors and forced a 1-1 tie against the Montgomery Lake Creek Monday night in Huntsville.
HUMBLE — The Hornets keep venturing further and further into uncharted territory.
As they’re getting ready to play in the program’s first-ever regional tournament, the regular season is a distant memory for the Hornets soccer team.
COLLEGE STATION — Throughout the first two rounds of the playoffs, the Hornets have been doing things they haven’t done in a long time.
The Huntsville boys soccer team entered Friday’s Class 5A Region III bi-district playoff contest with momentum and plenty of confidence.
In a must-win game to keep the Lady Hornets’ playoff hopes alive, there was nothing junior defender Faith Williams could do. With their home matchup against Bryan on Tuesday tied at 1 midway through the second half, a turnover by the Huntsville girls in their own half of the field left the d…
Lady Hornets defender Faith Williams (8) cuts off a Bryan forward in the final minutes of the Huntsville girls’ loss Tuesday night. The Hornets fell to 2-1 to the Lady Vikings.
The Hornets’ path to a fourth consecutive soccer district championship became much harder on Friday night.
The Hornets made up for two early first-half gaffes and rallied in the second half to tie the Rudder Rangers 2-2 on Tuesday night match in Bryan.
The Lady Hornets struggled to break through A&M Consolidated’s staunch defense and suffered a 2-0 loss in both teams’ soccer district opener on Tuesday night in Huntsville.
The Huntsville boys soccer team was dealt something it’s not accustomed to in the Hornets’ district opener against A&M Consolidated on Tuesday night in College Station.
Huntsville’s Nely Carbajal battles for the ball against a Navasota defender during Tuesday’s home opener for the Lady Hornets. The Huntsville girls scored two goals in the first half and two in the second half as the Lady Hornets defeated the Lady Rattlers 4-1. Next up for the Huntsville gir…
The Huntsville boys soccer team didn’t have an overly strong performance at the Brenham tournament over the weekend, but the Hornets did well enough to avoid taking a loss during their four games in three days.
At left, Hornets senior Ricardo Rivera points out directions on where he wants teammates to go during a district contest. The Huntsville boys won their third straight district soccer championship.
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