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After dropping a 31-30 contest to Bay City in the first overtime game in the Shane Mobley era, the Sealy Tigers have a bye this week to prepare for their first district contest next week on the road in Brookshire against the Royal Falcons. more
Sealy’s top runners, Xavier Olvera, Daniel Medrano and Fernando Garza, finished consecutively from fourth to sixth to lead the Tigers to first place in the boys’ team competition at the Weimar Cross Country Invitational last Saturday morning. more
With 3:18 left in the game and a three-point deficit, Sealy sophomore quarterback D’vonne Hmielewski drove the Tigers down the field for Joshua Paz to convert a 32-yard field goal attempt to tie Friday’s homecoming matchup against Bay City at 24 apiece and force overtime. 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
Although the Sealy Tigers scored a pair of touchdowns on the ground in the first half of their non-district contest against the Stafford Spartans last Friday, the offense failed to find its footing in the second half and punted away five of its six possessions. more
Courtney Westphal from Columbus, left, and Hailey Arteaga from Sealy are silhouetted as they crest the hill during the girls race at the cross country meet Friday morning at Sealy High School. more
Earlier this week, the Sealy Lady Tigers played their district-opening contest on the road against the Royal Lady Falcons to begin the fight for playoff seeding within District 24-4A. more
Trailing by two points with five minutes remaining in the game, the Stafford Spartans lined up for a 36-yard field goal to take the lead but pressure from the Sealy Tigers’ special teams unit, plus some wind, forced the kick to fall short to preserve the visitors’ 12-10 lead. more
Coming off a three-hour bus ride, the Sealy Tigers got out to an early lead over the Somerset Bulldogs last Friday and never looked back to emphatically enter the win column by a 45-6 margin. more
With a sweep of the Madisonville Mustangs on the road last Friday, the Sealy Lady Tiger volleyball squad collected its fifth three-set victory in a row, and sixth out of its last seven games, to move to 13-3 on the season. more
The Sealy Tigers won the turnover battle, contained an under-center offense and connected on some big offensive plays to help secure a 45-6 victory over the Somerset Bulldogs Friday night to get back in the win column. more
With four lead changes in just over four minutes, the Sealy Tigers and Navasota Rattlers had sparks flying that looked like it could turn into a full-on offensive explosion. more
In the waning moments of the third set of Sealy volleyball’s Friday night match with the Sweeny Bulldogs, the Lady Tigers’ six seniors took the court together to score the final points and put the nail in the coffin to complete a non-district sweep on senior night. more
After taking second at their first meet of the season, the Lady Tiger cross country team took the top spot in the team competition at the Bellville meet last Saturday morning at Bellville Country Club. more
After four lead changes over 4:36 in the second quarter, the Sealy Tiger football season-opener against the Navasota Rattlers looked like it might turn into a shootout at T.J. Mills Stadium Friday night. more
Entering play Friday night at Sealy High School, the visiting East Bernard Brahmarettes had yet to drop a set in seven matches but that was quickly changed after a sweep in favor of the host Lady Tigers. more
After having their first meet canceled due to lightning, the Sealy cross country teams got their first competition under their belts last Thursday in Schulenburg. more
After a de facto bye week following the cancellation of its opening-week game against the Brazosport Exporters due to weather, the Sealy Tiger football squad will open its regular season and honor its seniors this Friday night on Mark A. Chapman Field at T.J. Mills Stadium. more
Although the coronavirus pandemic has altered plenty of things in the world, one thing on the football fields in Sealy remains chief among everything else: Championships. more
With an experienced senior class that has been with head volleyball coach Kim Boyd since she started four years ago, the Sealy Lady Tigers are ready to battle in 2020. more
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