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Sports notes compiled by Brandon C Williams


Williams, Brandon C

Galveston Ball and Clear Creek are both among the top 20 Houston area teams in the latest poll.
The first-place Tornadoes, who are ranked 14th, are 5-1 in UIL district 23-5A after defeating Fort Bend Marshall last Thursday. Galveston will take on Fort Bend Bush on Friday and will play Santa Fe on Saturday afternoon.
The Wildcats, ranked 17th, are tied with Friendswood with a 6-1 record in district 24-6A. Creek routed rival Clear Lake last Thursday to close out the first leg of district play and were due to resume action against Clear Brook on Tuesday, after The Post went to press.

Girls’ soccer
Also in action on Tuesday evening, Clear Springs played their UIL class 6A, region III quarterfinal against Fort Bend Clements at Pearland. The Chargers entered the match with a 17-3-3 record, with playoff wins over Alief Elisk and Pearland Dawson, and had yet to allow a goal thus far in the postseason.
A Chargers win would place coach Craig Foster’s team against the winner of the Katy-Cinco Ranch match, which was also due to be played on Tuesday.

Two area teams are ranked among the top 20 in the Houston area in the latest poll.
Santa Fe, which entered the week undefeated in UIL district 23-5A and sporting a 10-game win streak, is ranked ninth in the poll and is second only to Barbers Hill among the four 5A schools that made this week’s rankings.
The Indians are 13-3 overall and were due to resume district play after the Easter break with a game against Fort Bend Elkins on Tuesday, after which they will face Galveston Ball on Friday.
Clear Springs is ranked 14th this week, tied with Clear Creek for first place in district 24-6A. The Chargers, who are 6-2 in 24-6A and 16-6 overall, were hosting Clear Lake on Tuesday and will welcome Friendswood on Friday night.

This week’s sporting diary
As previously recorded in Sports Notes, Dickinson independent school district will hold its annual physicals from 2:00-6:00pm today at Dickinson high school’s field house.
Cost is $25 and participants must be dressed in shorts and T-shirt. The school will also begin accepting physicals for the 2015-16 school year that are dated after April 1.
All returning athletes must have a new physical for the upcoming school year.
For more information, call 281-229-6000.
Also as previously recorded in Sports Notes, Santa Fe high school, which is honoring its baseball players of the past throughout the district 23-5A season will be recognizing its players from 1960-69 on Friday, April 10, and from 1970-79 on Saturday, April 11.
Friday’s game begins at 7:00pm and Saturday’s at 1:00pm.
For more information, contact Santa Fe ISD at 409-925-3526.
Again as previously recorded in Sports Notes, the La Marque Tigers football team will hold registration for the 2015 season on Saturday, April 11, from 9:00-11:00am for players and drill-team members.
For more information, call Tigers president Kirk Ford at 409-939-8720, Chris Lane at 409-392-6167 or drill director Rosa Ford at 409-750-1450.

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