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In the tie-breaking match to decide the District 24-4A championship and top seed heading into the playoffs, the host Bellville Brahmanettes swept the Sealy Lady Tigers in the teams’ third meeting this season. more
After three weeks of play within District 12-4A-D2, only Sealy and La Marque remain undefeated while Royal and Wharton are winless. more
In the Battle of Mill Creek rivalry match last Friday night, the No. 14 Sealy Lady Tigers hosted the No. 5 Bellville Brahmanettes on the volleyball court and raced out to a two-set advantage, but the visitors rallied to force a decisive fifth set. more
For the fourth year in a row, the Sealy Tigers came out victorious from the Battle of Mill Creek rivalry game with the No. 5 Bellville Brahmas by a 31-28 final score. more
For the 82nd time in their storied histories, Sealy and Bellville will clash on the gridiron this Friday night on Mark A. Chapman Field at T.J. Mills Stadium with both teams 1-0 in district play so far this season. more
The District 12-4A-D2 football season got underway last Friday and Bellville, La Marque and Sealy opened with wins over Wharton, Sweeny and Royal, respectively. more
Football games within District 12-4A-D2 begin this Friday with one team that finished undefeated in non-district play and two teams that went winless in non-district play. more
On Wednesday morning at the Pasture of Pain, Bellville’s Richard Reese was presented with the Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week award by Ryan Ford for his record-breaking performance in the Brahmas’ week-two win over Cameron-Yoe. more
After being forced to cancel last week’s non-district contest against Columbia with the school being closed, barring the football team from practicing, Bellville ended up with back to back open weeks ahead of its district-opening game on Oct. 9 at home against Wharton. more
Both the boys’ and girls’ Sealy Tiger cross country teams took second in their respective team competitions at the Sealy Invitational last Friday, hosted at Sealy High School. more
After taking down the eighth-ranked team in Class 3A Division 1 by a 42-14 score, the Bellville Brahmas climbed one spot in “Dave Campbell’s” rankings to No. 6 in the state for Class 4A’s Division 2 with a clean 4-0 record. more
Bellville junior Bobby Briggs supplied a pair of kickoff returns for touchdowns in the third quarter to help the Brahmas top the visiting Stafford Spartans 50-29 and remain undefeated. more
Bellville junior tailback Richard Reese had a record-breaking night against Cameron Yoe last Friday as his 424 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns carried the Brahmas past the Yeoman 54-41 to improve to 2-0 on the season. more
With strong experience returning to the offensive backfield, the Bellville Brahmas have their eyes set on a 10th straight trip to the postseason under head coach Grady Rowe. more
For the 44th year that Bellville High School will field a volleyball team, Susan Brewer will serve as the head coach but this year may look the most different with schedule changes and guidelines put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
Entering her sixth year as Bellville head cross country coach, Sharon Carter has a solid group of returning runners and a promising group of underclassmen who will look to take everything this season amid a pandemic throws at them in stride. more
Despite coaching for a quarter of a century, Bellville head football coach and athletic director Grady Rowe said he still couldn’t sleep the night before the first practice Monday morning. more
The Bellville community came together on July 24 to give the late Zach Hood one more Friday night under the lights of the Pasture of Pain, where he excelled in both football and soccer in his three years as a Brahma. more
Three female rodeo athletes from Austin County made the trip to Guthrie, Okla. for the National High School Rodeo Association Finals and not only came away with top finishes in their events but also earned a fifth consecutive team title for the state of Texas. more
The University Interscholastic League announced Tuesday morning that fall sports competition in Classes 5A and 6A will be delayed about a month but Classes 4A and below will remain on schedule. more
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