This past weekend, some of the area’s top cross country runners and programs came to Kingwood for the annual Andy Wells Invitational on a wet, muddy Saturday.

Humble ISD golf coaches and players presented the school board with a check for $50,000 at the Sept. 11 board meeting.

The Humble ISD Golf Classic was a success, selling out at 432 players. In the past nine years, the tournament has been able to raise in excess of $415,000 for the district golf programs to offset costs of tournament fees, transportation and tournament housing expenses.

Texas ranks in the top 25 in the country when it comes to preventing high school athletes from dying on the field. That’s according to a study conducted by the University of Connecticut’s Korey Stringer Institute, which ranked all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on how well they’ve implemented policies and procedures to curb student-athlete deaths.

The Kingwood volleyball team began its quest to continue a long streak of consecutive playoff appearances with a 3-0 sweep of Atascocita two weeks ago in the District 22-6A opener.

Two weeks after competing in the largest volleyball tournament in the country, the John Turner Classic (that tournament had 88 teams), the Kingwood Park Panthers volleyball team competed in another major Texas tournament.

With the 2018 high school football season about to begin, the Humble Rotary Club held its annual Humble ISD Football Coaches luncheon on Aug. 22.