Sealy senior Megan Schaaf provided a put-back bucket with only 19.06 seconds remaining and the Lady Tiger defense made one last stop to secure their first win in District 24-4A play last Tuesday at home over Wharton by a 48-47 final score.
The Sealy Tiger boys’ soccer team wrapped up non-district play with a 3-1 win over the Giddings Buffaloes Monday night at T.J. Mills Stadium thanks to second-half goals from Amador Lopez and Ricky Avila to complement a strong defensive effort.
The Sealy Tiger spring tennis season is set to begin this Friday, Jan. 22, at the Bastrop Winter Cup after the squad was not able to finish last year’s spring season at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Sealy Tiger boys’ basketball team dropped their first two district contests last week, on the road in Wharton 53-32 and at home against Navasota 66-62, and have two road games this week at El Campo and Royal.
The Sealy Lady Tigers will open play within District 20-4A Friday evening with a road trip to Hempstead following a 2-2 record through non-district play. After Sealy snapped a fiveyear, 10-game losing streak to Needville earlier last week, the Lady Tigers closed their non-district slate with an 8-0 loss to La Grange last Friday on the road.
On Jan. 14, the Western Athletic Conference announced that membership invitations issued by the conference’s Board of Directors to five universities have been accepted. Four of the colleges are based in Texas and are leaving the Southland Conference as of July 1.
Thanks to an insurance goal from freshman Rebeca Garza with 19 minutes left to play, the Sealy Lady Tigers secured a 2-1 win over the Needville Lady Jays Monday night at T.J. Mills Stadium. Sealy’s win snapped a five-year, 10-game losing streak against Needville, a former district foe.
Registration is open for the Greater Sealy Little League season that will celebrate Opening Day on March 21. Visit GreaterSealyLittleLeague.com for more information and to register. Pictured are the Lugnuts celebrating the 2019 Opening Day at B&PW Park. Cole McNanna
For the first time in nearly nine years, the Sealy Tiger boys’ basketball squad eclipsed the century mark in a game and took a 109- 14 decision over the Brazosport Christian Eagles at home last Saturday afternoon. Sealy improved to 6-3 with the win while Brazosport Christian fell to 1-11.