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“You have to grow up faster. There’s no time for sidestepping, you gotta stay on track and do what you have to,” Matthew Lord said of growing up with just his mom, Katherine, and six adopted siblings. more
When the opportunity arose to not only vacation in Hawaii, but also play a bowl game that would increase his exposure to college coaches, Sealy Tiger defensive lineman Eric Burns Jr. couldn’t pass it up. more
Needing surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament as a pitcher “hits your soul,” said Garret Zaskoda, a former teammate of Justin Eckhardt. more
After competing at the track and field state championships for Sealy, one former Tiger jumper is looking to further improve on his skills in his second year out west. more
If you’re one of those who feels director Rian Johnson ruined Star Wars with “The Last Jedi,” just wait until you see what J.J. Abrams did with “The Rise of Skywalker.” Abrams returned … more
For the second year in a row, the Sealy High School Student Council, National Honor Society and Interact Club hosted a local Wreaths Across America event as part of the national movement that took place at over 1,600 locations from coast to coast. more
After filling the void of an injured David Njoku, former Sealy Tiger and A&M Aggie Ricky Seals-Jones hit his stride in the Cleveland Browns’ offense. more
In the days before television and the Internet took the attention of people away from traditional social interactions, dance halls used to flourish across Austin County and all of Texas. more
There’s no bigger rivalry in Austin County than the Battle of Mill Creek which pits the Sealy Tigers against the Bellville Brahmas. more
The sounds of saws buzzing, nails pushing through wood and drills putting the final touches on corn hole boards filled the air last Thursday morning at the 18-plus special education program behind Sealy Junior High School. more
He’s one of the first people players see whenever they arrive at Constellation Field and often he is one of the last. more
The Texans have had about a week of training camp, but coach Bill O’Brien has made one thing especially clear. more
The Sugar Land Skeeters honored a baseball legend Saturday by retiring the number 4 jersey of Grover “Deacon” Jones, who has served as a special assistant and advisor to the team since day one. more
In the 125-year history of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, there has been only one combined band commander hailing from Sealy. more
Siblings can sometimes be the biggest motivators, the best support systems, and even better teammates. more
For it being his first time out of the country, Clayton Fritsch quickly found his home in the pole vault competition of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) track and field championships in Querétaro, Mexico and came away with the meet record. more
Although he was never that far away from the game, getting back into the daily grind of a baseball has been nothing but a delight for Robbie Ross Jr. more
Born in Alaska and raised in Colorado, Daniel Schlereth was immersed in the world of professional football. more
Constellation Field was abuzz with Sealy residents Sunday evening for the Sealy Day at the Skeeters, hosted by The Sealy News and Sealy Chamber of Commerce. more
Willy Taveras has played in the World Series twice. He had a 30-game hitting streak with the Houston Astros in 2006. In 2005 he was second in Rookie of the Year voting. more
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