On March 19, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Wallis Police Officer Mario Alcala-Reyes was running traffic in the 6700 block of Commerce when he observed a black Nissan Altima traveling at a high rate of speed. The officer activated his radar unit and found the vehicle to be traveling 53 mph in a posted 35 mph zone. Officer Alcala-Reyes was able to get the vehicle to pull over.
The Brazos High School FFA, under the leadership of advisor Ross Sheffield, took three projects to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Ag Mechanics contest and received blue ribbons on all three.
On Saturday, March 14, Danbury pitcher Allie Neubaur pitched a no-hitter against the Cougarettes for a 9-0 win. The Cougarettes had four base runners, all on walks. Cierra Risinger was on the mound for Brazos and allowed 9 runs on 10 hits with six walks and two strikeouts.
Brazos dropped two close district games last week to Hempstead 6-11 and Boling 1-2. In both games they were tied or had the lead after five innings.
By Clay Hudgins
If you read the ‘Cougar Connection’ a couple of weeks ago, you would have seen that on May 22, Brazos ISD is hosting ‘The Brazos Event’. Throughout the year, the school students ask for your support by attending games, helping with fundraisers, asking to put signs in your yard or business window, or by promoting a school activity or fundraising movement. On this day, as described by Mr. Jarrett’s “Brazos Event” article, Brazos Middle School is taking part as a host of two events.
This year the Sealy Area Historical Society’s annual Spring Picnic will be held April 10-11 at the Liedertafel Hall on Lux Road. The theme for the Spring Picnic will be “Cultures of Texas,” with an emphasis on entertainment reflecting the various cultures that were predominant in the Sealy area in the late 1800s and early 1900s.