Over the past week, the Kingwood Lady Mustangs have been in full swing. There is way too much to say about these ladies and their superb effort, so below is a list of games that were played and their results.

Varsity
WIN (3-0): Thursday, Jan 19 v. Clear Lake
Current Record: 5-2-1

JV Blue
Clear Creek ISD Tournament Champions
WIN (4-1): Thursday, Jan 19 v. Clear Lake A
WIN (9-0): Friday, Jan 20 v. Eisenhower A
WIN (4-0): Friday, Jan 20 v. Brazoswood B
WIN (2-0): Saturday, Jan 21 v. Brazoswood A
LOSS (0-1): Saturday, Jan 21 v. Clear Springs A (extra game)
Current Record: 5-1-0

JV White
Clear Creek ISD Tournament Champions
TIE (1-1): Thursday, Jan 19 v. Clear Falls B
WIN (3-1): Friday, Jan 20 v. Aldine A
WIN (7-0): Friday, Jan 20 v. Clear Springs B
WIN (2-1): Saturday, Jan 21 v. Friendswood A
LOSS (1-4): Wednesday, Jan 25 v. The Woodlands
Current Record: 4-2-1

Tournament Recap - Jan 12-14

Brazos Valley Cup - Varsity

This past weekend, the Kingwood High School Lady Mustang Soccer Team participated in the Brazos Valley Cup hosted by Bryan ISD. It was a beautiful weekend for soccer and was very productive for the Lady Mustangs.

Game 1 - Cy Springs (Win 5-1): The game started off with a bang with sophomore Colleen Feagins scoring just 5 minutes into the game (assisted by sophomore Cat Childs). Just four minutes later, freshman Emma Ebert scored a great goal assisted by junior Fiona Zimmerman. Ten minutes later (20th minute), Fiona took a corner kick that senior Cora Barker headed past the keeper, bringing the score to 3-0.

Nine minutes into the second half, Cy Springs would score their only goal on a long free kick that sailed over the head of senior goalkeeper Brianna Wallerich. In the 15th minute, however, the Lady Mustangs responded with senior Hannah Bodron scoring an unassisted goal that would take the score to 4-1. Two minutes later, Emma Ebert scored the 5th and final goal of the game from a pass from Colleen Feagins. The game would end 5-1.

 

Game 2 - Pflugerville (Win 5-3): This game was also dominated early by the Lady Mustangs. Just five minutes into the game, Colleen Feagins received a pass from senior Nikki Brown and smashed it past the goalkeeper. Fifteen minutes later, Colleen beat a defender on the dribble and played a ball to Fiona Zimmerman who one-touched it into the net. Right before the first half ended, senior Amanda Poppell took a free kick just outside the box and sent it into the back of the goal, thus bringing the score to 3-0.

The second half was a scoring battle between the two teams. Five minutes into the half, junior Rachel Guilfoyle crossed a ball to Fiona Zimmerman who touched it past the keeper. Five more minutes later, Amanda Poppell played a ball through the Pflugerville defense that Colleen Feagins picked up, beat two defenders on the dribble, and scored the team's 5th goal. However, between the 25th and 30th minute of the second half, the Pflugerville team would score 3 unanswered goals to make the game a little more interesting. It was too little too late though as the game would eventually end 5-3.

 

Game 3 - Clear Lake (Loss 1-0): The first game Saturday morning was dominated by the Lady Mustang offense, but the stars were not aligned correctly to allow a goal. The team managed to out-shoot the Clear Lake team by a margin of 18 to 4. However, the Clear Lake goalkeeper made some fantastic saves and managed to keep the game tied at 0-0. Then, with only 15 minutes left in the game, Clear Lake earned a free kick thirty yards from the Lady Mustang goal. As soon as the kick was taken, a Clear Lake attacker ran onto it and one-touched into the goal, giving Clear Lake a 1-0 lead. The last 15 minutes was a whirlwind of Lady Mustang offense with many shots being taken and possession being almost 100%. But, in the end, the game would end in a very close 1-0 loss. This loss would force the Lady Mustangs to play in the 3rd/4th Place game later that afternoon.

 

Game 4 - Friendswood (Win 4-2): After a short break, the Lady Mustangs would take on the Friendswood Mustangs in the 3rd/4th place game at the A&M Women's Soccer Field (Ellis Field). Only three minutes after the initial kickoff, Colleen Feagins played a ball into the box to senior Nikki Brown who buried it in the back of the net. The next 25 minutes would be spent mainly in the middle of the field with both teams keeping possession evenly. Then, in the 29th minute, one of the Friendswood forwards sped past the Lady Mustang defense and scored a one-on-one goal with goalkeeper Brianna Wallerich. However, 2 minutes later, the Lady Mustangs would answer swiftly with a goal by senior Hannah Bodron (assisted by Fiona Zimmerman) bringing the lead back to 1. Two minutes before halftime, Friendswood would again get through the Lady Mustang defense and speed down the field to tie the game at 2-2. This would bring the half to an end.

In the tenth minute of the second half, Colleen Feagins was tackled in the Friendswood box setting up a penalty kick that Hannah Bodron would smash past the goalkeeper. For the rest of the game, Friendswood would be kept to only one shot on goal, while the Lady Mustangs would dominate the game and get another nine shots at goal. With 10 minutes left in the game, Hannah Bodron picked up the ball on the Lady Mustang half of the field and played a quick long ball past the Friendswood defense that Colleen Feagins ran onto. Colleen proceeded to dribble through two Friendswood defenders, cut the ball back in front of another and then slide the ball past the goalkeeper to bring the score to 4-2.

 

The Lady Mustangs are now currently 4-2-1 and will play Clear Lake again next Thursday in Clear Lake. After that re-match, the Lady Mustangs will wait one full week before taking on their first district opponent, Atascocita (Sat. Jan 28th)

James Robb Taylor

 A Stillwater, Okla. man, who owns Perkins Livestock Sales, was arrested last week and charged with two felony charges of embezzlement of livestock.

Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Rangers Brett Wellden and Bart Perrier led the investigation.

In August 2015, the suspect and owner of Perkins Livestock Sales, James Robb Taylor, 38, of Stillwater, Okla., called Superior Livestock Auction and Oklahoma National Stockyards and placed two orders for cattle to be shipped.


Both loads of cattle were not delivered to Taylor’s sale barn, but were instead taken to other properties and quickly moved to conceal their location. When contacted for payment, Taylor denied purchasing the loads of cattle and claimed his identify had been stolen by an unknown person.

 

The investigation revealed that the suspect took deliberate steps to conceal the fact that he ordered the cattle and then took additional steps to move the cattle and conceal them in Noble County, Okla. 

 

The suspect then shipped the cattle to various feedlots in an attempt to sell them for profit. The first load consisted of 80 heifers and sold for $110,000, and the second load included 242 head of cattle that sold for $346,582.

 

Wellden and Perrier arrested Taylor Tuesday, and the suspect is being held at the Oklahoma County jail on a $10,000 bond.  This is an ongoing investigation and additional charges are possible.

 

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TSCRA has 30 special rangers stationed strategically throughout Texas and Oklahoma who have in-depth knowledge of the cattle industry and are trained in all facets of law enforcement. All are commissioned as Special Rangers by the Texas Department of Public Safety and/or the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

 

TSCRA is a 138-year-old trade association and is the largest and oldest livestock organization based in Texas. TSCRA has more than 17,000 beef cattle operations, ranching families and businesses as members. These members represent approximately 50,000 individuals directly involved in ranching and beef production who manage 4 million head of cattle on 76 million acres of range and pasture land primarily in Texas and Oklahoma, but throughout the Southwest.

Martin

Houston City Council Member Dave Martin  announces that in an effort to provide more permanent pothole repairs, the City of Houston's Public Works and Engineering Department will be the Kingwood area to install a panel replacement near the intersection of Kingwood Drive and Willow Terrace. Beginning Monday, September 21, construction will begin on the left westbound lane. Crews are expected to have the work completed within 14 days, weather permitting.  

 

Construction crews will operate between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays, and possibly on Saturdays, to expedite the construction. During this time, expect the left westbound lane to be closed, due to these construction activities. Flaggers and caution devices will be put in place on site that will help with traffic flow through the construction zone. Additionally, the lanes impacted by construction will be closed overnight during the concrete curing process, and traffic will be diverted to the adjacent lane. Martin's office has also worked with the Houston Police Department's Kingwood Substation to help ease traffic congestion.  

 

For more information, contact Council Member Dave Martin's office at (832) 393-3008 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

 

Zahely Estrada, 18, Senior at Aldine High School prepares to register to vote

 Cosme Garcia, Assistant Manager of the Voter Registration Department at the Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office addresses students at Aldine High School regarding how to register to vote and its importance.

Voter Registrar works to educate and register high school seniors to vote

 

Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector and Voter Registrar Mike Sullivan and his staff are launching an initiative in high schools across the county to help educate students about voter registration and their rights.

 

"This is an exciting partnership to help reach out to local high school seniors, educate them of the electoral process and help them register to vote," said Mike Sullivan. “My goal is to work with all school districts in Harris County and continue this innovation every year.”

 

Sullivan's staff spent the last week working in Aldine Independent School District (AISD) high schools speaking with high school seniors and helping them register to vote.

 

“I am very excited to be able to register to vote this year,” said Zahely Estrada, Senior at Aldine High School. “Voting is your voice and I’m excited to be able to choose the leaders who are going to represent our city and country.”

 

“Our department works tirelessly to register voters, from local organizations, community groups and neighborhood leaders,” said Amy Nguyen, Associate Director of Voter Registration. “This new outreach effort allows us to speak directly to students who are at least 17 years and 10 months old, the minimum age requirement to be eligible to register to vote. Our office works with the school to educate the students on voter registration, accept their voter registration applications and answer one-on-one questions.”

 

The Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office is open to working with all high schools to help register senior students to vote. Please contact Pamela Dora-Thomas at 713-274-8242 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan also serves as the Harris County Voter Registrar, who conducts voter registration activities and maintains a certified list of registered voters. Learn more about voter registration and the requirements by visiting www.hctax.net

 

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF ST. STEPHEN CHARITY TENNIS TOURNAMENT The Society of St. Stephen (SOSS) will hold its annual Charity Tennis Tournament Tuesday, May 15, at Kingwood Country Club. SOSS, which is a volunteer-based community outreach ministry of Kingwood United Methodist Church (KUMC), provides free food and clothing to more than 400 needy families in this area every month. The event is limited to 50 teams. All are welcome. The tournament will be approximately from 8:45 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sponsorship opportunities are available at the following levels: Silver--$100, Gold--$300, Platinum--$500 and Diamond--$1000. There is also the opportunity to donate items for door prizes and a raffle. ADDISHACK CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The 2012 AddiShack Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting Addi's Faith Foundation, will be Saturday, April 21 at Oakhurst Golf Club. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m., and a golf pro will be available for instruction from 12:30-1:30. There will be a 2 p.m. tee time with a shotgun start followed by dinner and an awards reception at 5:30. Knapp Chevrolet is offering a hole-in-one challenge for a chance to win a new car. Cost is $100 per golfer. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact Tony Bender at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 281-910-5937 or visit www.AddisFaithFoundation.org. CROSBY-HUFFMAN SECOND ANNUAL CHAMBER FUN RUN The Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce is inviting participants to the Second Annual Chamber Fun Run Saturday, April 28, at 8 a.m. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. Early bird registration fee is $25 until April 13 and $30 after. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 281-328-6984. STACEY'S CHEER & TUMBLE CHEER PREVIEW Stacey's Cheer & Tumble will hold a DC cheer preview for prospective students ages 5-18 years old who are interested in joining Stacey’s Dynamic Cheer All-Stars Competition Team for the 2012-2013 school year. Tryout registration begins March 26 and tryouts will be held April 19-21. For more information, visit: www.staceyscheer.com or call 281-354-2478. LAKE HOUSTON HURRICANES BENCH CLUB SEEKS MEMBERS The Lake Houston Hurricanes Bench club launched its annual spring membership drive to recruit supporters for sports-training and competition through Special Olympics in the Lake Houston area. For more information, visit www.sotx.org or contact Susan Bulick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. ZACH JONES MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER GOLF TOURNAMENT This year’s Zach Jones Memorial Fundraiser Golf Tournament is being held at the Redstone Country Club. Date is Friday, May 11, with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. VLAC 12TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The Village Learning & Achievement Center is hosting its 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Monday, April 16, at Tour 18. Registration opens at 11 a.m., and it is an all day event. Spohnsorships are available. For more information, visit www.villagelac.org. KCC TO GET UPDATES ClubCorp recently announced a multimillion-dollar makeover coming to the Kingwood Country Club. The club is to undergo a reinvention project, which will include a modernized new look and updated amenities. The multimillion-dollar project is also supposed to include a new bar and grill, family dining room, covered outdoor patio and fire table, high-tech media lounge, men’s and women’s restrooms, updates to the men’s locker room and the banquet areas and a pro shop and outdoor pavilion. TRYOUT PREP CLINICS Texas Flip Factory began their Tryout Prep Clinics in February, to help dancers get prepared for school or all-star tryouts. For more information, visit www.texasflipfactory.com or call 281-548-FLIP (3547). ANYTIME FITNESS SPECIAL OFFER Anytime Fitness 24-hour gym is offering a three month membership for $100 or $32.95 monthly membership with no enrollments and no contracts. Anytime Fitness is located at 20121 W. Lake Houston Pkwy. For more information, visit www.anytimefitness.com/en-us/clubs/1931/Kingwood-TX-health-club or call 281-900-0007. BLUE TIDE AQUATICS NOW REGISTERING Registration is open for Blue Tide Aquatics for the upcoming swim season. Blue Tide is open to beginning swimmers, Blue Tide practice team swimmers and adults ages 18 years and over. For more information, visit www.swimbluetide.org. LEARN TO SWIM AT HUMBLE'S SWIM SCHOOL Space is currently available for beginner swim lessons at the Swim School of Humble for people of all ages. Classes include lessons for adult beginners, babies (with parent), children beginners (ages 6-and-up) and pre-school beginners. All are welcomed to stop by and check out the facility. For more information, call 281-323-3705 or visit theswimschoolhumble.com. FITNESS CLASSES FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Kids In Action, located in Kingwood, is offering fitness classes for children with special needs. After a musical aerobic warm-up, the class works with motor skills and includes an obstacle course. The class meets Thursdays afternoons for 45 minutes. For more information, contact Kids In Action at 281-358-9446 or visit www.kidsinaction.net. KINGWOOD BOOT CAMP The Kingwood Fitness and Sports Center is holding new sessions of its Boot Camp program. Cost is $180 for 12 classes or $15 per class. Session will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon. The class meets at the Kingwood Fitness and Sports Center located at the Kingwood Country Club (1700 Lake Kingwood Trail). For more information, call 281-348-2205. WOMENS SPORTS CONDITIONING CLASSES Sports conditioning classes for women are being offered at the Kingwood Fitness and Sports Center at Kingwood Country Club (1700 Lake Kingwood Trail).program is designed to improve strength, flexibility and the core. Classes meet for 45 minutes on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4 p.m. Cost is $15 per class. For more information, call 281-348-2205. EMBODY FITNESS OFFERS HATHA YOGA Embody Fitness Center is offering twice-weekly Hatha yoga sessions. The sessions are on Mondays and Fridays at 8:30 a.m. Embody Fitness Center is located at 1574 Kingwood Drive. For more information, call 281-312-1227 or visit (Photo:) Society of St. Stephen Director Lynn Harper, right, meets with tennis tournament co-chairs Diana Rutherford, left, and husband Jim Rutherford to finalize plans for the May 15 charity event at Kingwood Country Club.

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