August 16, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

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Bearettes fall to T.K. Gorman

Eustace tournament starts Thursday

Playing in Tyler Tuesday against T.K. Gorman, the Brownsboro Bearettes lost in straight sets to fall to 4-3 on the season heading into Friday's tournament in Eustace.  Gorman (2-6) took the match 25-21, 25-14, 25-22 behind Danielle Smith and More...

First impressions

Blue and Gold scrimmage offers glimpse of 2012 varsity Bears

The 2012 football season kicked off last Monday for the Brownsboro Bears as they opened practices looking to rebound from a 1-9 season a year ago.  Following four days of shirts and shorts, the players put on the pads Friday before holding the a More...

Bullard rolls in Saturday

Brownsboro and Bullard have been district rivals over the past few years but that changes this season following the bi-annual UIL realignment.  Instead of facing one another in district play, the teams will square-off in scrimmage action Saturd More...

Football season has arrived, are you ready?

The Brownsboro Bears will not finish 1-9 again this season.  That’s a guarantee.  Last year’s tough season was a wake up call for players and coaches alike and the attitude on the field during the first week of practice was ener More...

Help Brownsboro get a locker room makeover

Fathead Challenges Students to Celebrate Team Work and School Spirit

Fathead, the leading brand of officially licensed sports, entertainment and custom wall graphics, today announced the launch of Fathead's High School Team Video Challenge More...

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QB Rogers near perfect

Last season Shelby Rogers passed for 2,153 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior, but a 1-9 record left a sour taste in his mouth. More...

Opportunistic

Defense creates 6 turnovers in scrimmage

If the Brownsboro Bears are going to be successful in District 15-3A, it starts with the defense.  Last season the Bears put up enough points on average to remain competitive, but the defense could not hold the lead and the Bears finished the ye More...