Go Chargers!

Fulshear soccer players Reagan Crawford and Bushra Emioila celebrate a goal against Needville.

GIRLS

District 24-5A 

Fulshear 2, Angleton 2 (3-1)

The Chargers stayed in first place in District 24-5A after a win on the road on Friday over the Lady Cats.

Sophomore forward Reagan Crawford scored both goals in regulation, as Fulshear battled back from a 2-1 deficit to send the match to extra time.

Then in the shootout, the Chargers got goals from junior Mikaela Lopez, senior Amelia Herbert and senior Bushra Emiola to get the extra point. Junior Ellie Mikeska had an assist and senior goalkeeper Abbie Moreno had 10 saved in the match.

The win moves the Chargers to 15-5 overall and 12-1 in district play.

Fulshear faced Lamar Consolidated on Monday and meets Foster on Wednesday.

Terry 4, Willowridge 1

The Lady Rangers scored two goals in each period to get the road win over the Lady Eagles.

The win moves Terry to 2-9 overall and 2-7 in District 24-5A play.

After hosting Angleton on Monday, Terry will host Fulshear next Tuesday.

District 20-6A 

Travis 9, Dulles 0

The Lady Tigers put on a show on senior night as they rout the Lady Vikings on Friday.

All senior players scored all nine goals, including Audrey Schmidt on a nice pass from fellow senior Mackenzie Gholson.

The win moves Travis to 7-8 overall and 6-6 in District 20-6A. The Lady Tigers faced Elkins on Monday and will end the regular season against Ridge Point on Tuesday.

George Ranch 4, Bush 0

The Longhorns stayed in playoff form with a shutout win over the Lady Broncos on senior night.

Taylor Holcombe, Brooke Kuithe and Gaby Gray scored goals for George Ranch, with Bailey Crouch and Ande Swan getting assists.

The win moves the Longhorns to 12-6-2 overall and 10-3 in District 20-6A. After Monday’s match against Clements, George Ranch faces Dulles on Tuesday to end the regular season.

Ridge Point 5, Elkins 0 

District 20-6A champion Ridge Point shutout Elkins on Friday night. The Lady Panthers' goals came from Hannah Warnken, Haven Terry, Chayse Corfman, Zoe Main and Charlotte Richardson. The assists came from Chayse Corfman, Lauren Walker, Reagan Main and Kylie Harris. 

Elkins got shots from Liliana McCabe, Mikaela Kram and Sofia Mendez while goalie Ashley Arnold had three saves. 

District 24-4A 

Columbia 6, Needville 4

The Lady Jays came up short in a tight match against the Lady ‘Necks.

Ariana Hurley scored twice for Needville, with Bri Pena adding a goal and an assist. Jayleen Aguirre also scored and Evelyn Martinez had an assist.

The loss drops the Lady Jays to 8-6-1 overall and 5-3-1 in District 25-4A.

Needville next faces Stafford on Friday.

Bay City 8, Stafford 0 

The Lady Spartans lost 8-0 on Saturday at Bay City. Stafford dropped to 0-9-1 in district play. 


BOYS

District 24-5A 

Foster 5, Kempner 0

The Falcons won their 10th match in a row with a home win over the Cougars on Friday.

Kevin Vallone, Nick Arellano, Jose Hernandez, Chris Onyebuchi and Ike Okafor all scored goals for Foster, with assists from Arrellano, Ash Riedel Ruben Pulgar, and Michael Okufuwa. Goalkeepers Zeke Cerda and Geraldo Zuniga shared the shutout win.

The win moved Foster to 13-4 overall and 10-2 in District 24-5A play. The Falcons played at Hightower on Monday and will head to Fulshear on Wednesday.

Fulshear 7, Angleton 0

A big win over the Wildcats moves the Chargers to 9-8-1 overall and 8-5 in District 24-5A play.

Fulshear played at Lamar Consolidated on Monday before it hosts Foster on Wednesday.

Terry 2, Willowridge 1

The Rangers get a home win to move to 8-6-2 overall and 7-5 in District 24-5A play.

Terry will head to Angleton on Tuesday.

Hightower 6, Marshall 1 

The Hurricanes kept pace in District 24-5A victory over Marshall on Friday night at the home of the Buffaloes. 

Hightower's winning streak has been extended to three games, heading into a key match against Foster on Monday. 

District 20-6A 

Dulles 10, Travis 2

The Tigers fall to the Vikings on Monday, moving Travis to 2-8-1 overall and 1-7-1 in District 20-6A play. Dulles improved to 6-4 in 20-6A on the inside track for playoff spot. 

Travis faced Elkins on Monday and will head to Ridge Point on Tuesday. Dulles will play Austin on Monday and host George Ranch on Tuesday. 

George Ranch 1, Bush 1

The Longhorns and Broncos played to a tie on Friday, but George Ranch won the shootout. Bush's one goal came from senior Luis Castillo on an assist from Anthony Sanchez. 

Alan Mendoza scored the lone goal in regulation for George Ranch, who moved to 5-4-4 overall and 3-4-2 in District 20-6A. 

After Monday’s match against Clements, the Longhorns face Dulles on Tuesday. Bush will host Ridge Point on Monday and play two games against Clements later this week. 

Austin 3, Clements 0 

The struggles for the Rangers continued on Friday night at home. Dillon Trimble scored twice for Austin while German Caro Alforja added the other. The Bulldogs' assists came from Dilon Trimble and Alex Rubio. Seth Weaver earned the shutout. 

Ridge Point 6, Elkins 3 

The Panthers remained in first place in District 20-6A with a win over Elkins Friday at home. Ridge Point senior Luis Cunemo had two goals followed by goals from Maximo Torres, Ashraf Elsaadi, Gavin Edwards and Peyton Vossos.  Cunemo, Torres and Edwards also added assists. 

Elkins' scores came from Jackson Harris, Zenan Ekem and Zachery Bowers on assists from Harris and Benjamin Gallegos. 

District 24-4A 

Columbia 2, Needville 1

The Blue Jays came up a goal short on the road against the Roughnecks on Friday.

Junior Raul Sandoval had the lone goal for Needville, with sophomore Christian Moreno with the assist. Sophomore goalkeeper Alexis Santiago had four saves in the match, while junior Hector Hernandez had four shots.

The loss drops the Blue Jays to 8-6-7 overall and 2-5-3 in District 24-4A play. Needville faced Sweeny on Monday and will host Stafford on Friday.

Brazosport 2, Stafford 0 

The Spartans were shutout on Saturday, dropping Stafford to 5-2-1 overall on the road. Stafford is 5-4-1 in district. 

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