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In a couple of weeks, the games will really start to get good. That’s when the state football playoffs begin and all the talk of who’s the best and who would win in potential matchups give way to what actually happens on the field.

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HOUSTON (AP) — It's October and George Springer, Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman are all hitting home runs once again, helping the Houston Astros to a postseason win.

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Members of the Huntsville Junior Olympic track and field team are headed  to Challenger Columbia Stadium in League City this week to qualify for the AAU National Jr. Olympic Games, which will be held in Des Moines, Iowa, on July 28 through Aug. 4.

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Sometimes running is a solo act, and sometimes it’s a family business. I know lots of running families around town. Some are even multigenerational, such as the Morenos or the Spencers, with children, parents and grandparents all attending races together. 

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The cold that winter brings is perfect for long races — half marathons, marathons and more. Local runners ran many of these this winter. Locally, the two most prominent were the Rocky Raccoon in early February, which featured 100-mile, 50-mile and 50-kilometer distances, and The Woodlands Ma…

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When the Sam Houston State Bearkats take the field against Nicholls on Saturday, fans will be treated to more than just the show on the field when the RE/MAX Integrity Sky-Diving Team, presented by Adam Olsen, joins the pregame festivities.

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The Lady Hornets volleyball team is one month into the 2017 season and their record is already proving better than last year. The varsity squad started practice on Aug. 1. Players and coaches have been working nonstop ever since. 

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CALDWELL — Huntsville guard Jadun McCarty and center T’Vondre Sweat may only be sophomores, but the two underclassmen played like seniors Tuesday, fighting to keep their high-school careers alive.

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TRINITY — With two games left in the regular season, it is do-or-die time for the Trinity Tigers, who need to win both of their remaining games to get into the state playoffs.

Here's your yearly football preview magazine that'll tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming season. From high school, all the way up through the NFL, we've got the scoop. 

After a bunch of practices and drills, the Bearkats and Hornets got to put on full pads for the first time this year. Check out some of the best photos from both teams’ scrimmages last week.

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Training camp and high school two-a-days are about a month away, which means football preview magazines are starting to hit store shelves around the country.

Many young baseball players dream of one day playing for a Major League Baseball team and coming up clutch on the game’s biggest stage, the World Series.

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It’s been a good summer for the Huntsville Steppers youth track and field team.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry will miss at least two weeks for Golden State with a sprained ligament in his right knee, dealing a blow to the Warriors' hopes of following a record-breaking season with a second straight championship.

When sitting in the bleachers at Alpha Omega Academy’s field, one thing immediately stands out — the number 11 that is painted behind home plate.

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With nine regular-season tournaments behind them in preparation for today, the Sam Houston State men’s golf team looks to defend its two-consecutive Southland Conference championships at Stonebridge Country Club in McKinney.

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TRINITY— The Trinity Tigers got off to a hot start against the third-ranked Franklin Lions Friday night, but fell flat in crucial spots in a 41-21 loss. 

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TRINITY — For the Trinity Tigers, the week they’ve been waiting all season for is finally here. The Tigers will take the field tonight against Class 3A’s second-ranked team, the Franklin Lions.

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For many basketball fans, the most important person on the court is their favorite player or coach. Without them, there would be no fast breaks to the net or perfectly-called offensive plays that win games by a narrow margin. 

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Are you a football junkie? Do you eat, sleep and breathe gridiron glory? 

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Taking on the fastest, strongest athletes from their district, as well as talented athletes from the Waco area, the Huntsville boys and girls turned in stellar performances in Thursday’s area track and field meet in College Station.

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FORT WORTH — The National Cutting Horse Association Super Stakes Open Division Finals, which is the second jewel of the sport’s Triple Crown Series, concluded with a tie between two superstar riders.

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