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RIDGE POINT vs WILLOWRIDGE

OCTOBER 31, 2014 @ 7PM

 

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 COACH OF THE WEEK

FOOTBALL COACH BRETT SNIFFIN

Congratulations to Coach Brett Sniffin of Ridge Point High School.  Coach Sniffin has been selected as the Houston Texans High School Coach of the Week winner for week seven of the 2014 season! With this honor he will receive $1,000 for his football program, and a signed certificate from the Houston Texans Head Coach, Bill O’Brien, and General Manager, Rick Smith!

 


THEY DID IT!

 

PANTHERS VOLLEYBALL

ARE UNDEFEATED IN DISTRICT (18-0) AND DISTRICT CHAMPS!

 

Check out Coach McLaughlin's interview with CES Performance

 

 

 ROUND 1 BI-DISTRICT PLAYOFFS 

NOVEMBER 4 @ 6:00

RIDGE POINT AT ANGLETON

 

SENIOR SOFTBALL PLAYER

BROOKE BUSHMAN COMMITS TO HBU 

THANK YOU Joan Huey and her Panther Outfitters volunteers for the effort at the Cross Country meet on Thursday! 

 

REMINDER - PANTHER OUTFITTERS are open every Tuesday and Friday during lunch in the commons.

Cross Country to Compete in Regionals Saturday

The Girls and Boys Varsity Cross Country teams will compete on Saturday at the regional meet at Atascocita High School.

Girls Varsity Cross Country, 11:30 a.m.
Journey Hartung (11)
Halle McClintock (10)
Taylor Price (11)
Meredith Streeter (10)
Breanna Sullivan (12)
Tia Tanner (10)

Boys Varsity Cross Country, 12:00 p.m.
Victor Aparicio (11)
Adam Burum (11)
Kelly Chilcutt (10)
Patrick Hampton (10)
John Metzger (9)
Agustin Silva De La Pena (9)
Rodrigo Silva De La Pena (11)
Zachary Whitener (9)

Atascocita High School is located at 13300 Will Clayton Parkway in Humble, 77346.

 


LB CAMERON TOWNSEND

COMMITS TO

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

 

  DISTRICT MEET 2014

   
 

 

 VARSITY GIRLS

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

1st - Taylor Price

3rd - Breanna Sullivan

6th - Tia Tanner

9th - Halle McClintock

10th - Meredith Streeter

  

JV GIRLS

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

1st - Sonya Andrews

2nd - Abby Knox

3rd - Kristen Ravens

4th - Mia Johnson

10th - Madison Fink 

 

VARSITY BOYS

2nd PLACE

2nd - Adam Burum

Zachary Whitener

Rodrigo Diva de la Pena

Patrick Hampton

Kelly Chilcutt

Agustin Silva de la Pena

  

 JV BOYS

2nd PLACE

2nd - Blake Phenicie

Jason Strutton,

Chase Mcelyea

Luke Zylicz

Tyler Echard 

  

FINAL FOUR 2014

     
       

 

 


 

 

RIDGE POINT 

on advancing to the FINAL FOUR of the area play-off for team tennis (fall 2014). 

Below you will find a plethora of information about playoffs, the plan, times, etc. 

 

RESULTS :

Tuesday, October 21st after school

·         Elkins will play at George Ranch (against George Ranch)   George Ranch won 18-1

·         Galveston Ball will play at Foster (against Foster) Foster won 19-0

·         Calhoun will play at Ridge Point (against Ridge Point) Ridge Point Won 11-5

·         Angleton will play at Texas City (against Texas City) Texas City won 14-5

  

The winner of  all of the above matches will play in a 4 team area play off tournament all day on Friday, October 24th, 2014.  We will use George Ranch High School and Missouri City Recreation and Tennis Center as sites for the day.

·         George Ranch High School 8181 FM 762 Richmond, TX 77469

·         Missouri City Tennis Center:  http://www.missouricitytx.gov/index.aspx?NID=280

o   1522 Texas Pkwy • Missouri City, TX 77489

·         MORNING: Friday, October 24th, 2014… play will begin at 8am.  (A USTA referee will be at  both sites all day)

o   George Ranch verse Ridge Point at Missouri City Recreation and Tennis Center

o   Texas City verse Foster at George Ranch

§  My JV/F coach (Coach Heather Speers) will be at GR all day to run the site and help you if you all need anything.

·         AFTERNOON: Friday, October 24th, 2014… play will begin at  1.5 hours from the end of the last/latter above match  (A USTA referee will be at  both sites all day)

o   Winner v. Winner of above matches (1st and 2nd place match)

o   Loser v. Loser of above matches (3rd and 4th place match)

o   Sites for the afternoon match is pending … Since George Ranch High School could still be playing in the tournament, we will work out the sites to ensure that George Ranch does NOT play at home and have an advantage.  


 

Oct 17, 2014

The entire program swept the Elkins Knights.  WOOHOO!!!

 

Freshmen had an unbelievable victory and pulled out a win over on once undefeated team.  So so proud of them. 

 

 

JV and Varsity continue their undefeated streak, and we are also the winners of the Missouri City Battle!!


 

ELKINS, RIDGE POINT battle for the lead

Posted: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 10:55 am

There might not be a bigger game in Class 5A this week than the one scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 16 at Hall Stadium. As ranked by the Associated Press, No. 2 Elkins clashes with No. 6 Ridge Point in a game that could decide the District 23-5A title and perhaps some bragging rights in Missouri City.

While Marshall lurks a game behind in the standings and has yet to play Elkins, the Knights and Panthers have been perceived as the top two for much of the season. In the Houston area, they are ranked No. 1 and No. 3, respectively.

Elkins has had little trouble adjusting to 5A after winning district and area championships in the largest classification last year. The Knights defeated 6A teams Bellaire and Lamar to open the season, then held off A&M Consolidated in overtime.

Adding wins against Texas City, Ball and Willowridge, the Knights are 6-0 and have outscored opponents 210-103. The only other district teams to even score 100 have been Ridge Point (195) and Marshall (133).

The Panthers (6-0, 3-0) have been equally impressive this season, including a stifling defense that has allowed only 46 points in six games. They opened the season defeating three defending district champions in Clear Creek, Hightower and Stratford before shutting out Marshall 13-0 and downing Bush and Santa Fe.

If the Panthers win this game, there might not be anyone left on their schedule to stop them from a 10-0 regular season.

Last week’s 56-0 win at Santa Fe gave Ridge Point a chance to spread the ball around on offense. Cedric Horton and B.J. Rainford both ran for two touchdowns, while David Packard and Deante Ford made touchdown catches. Jesse Crebbe and Remus Bulmer also scored on the ground.

On defense, Joe Turk led the team with nine tackles and a sack. Cameron Robinson matched Omari Houston with eight tackles. Four of Robinson’s stops were behind the line of scrimmage. Michael Tirado added seven tackles and Justin Jackson made an interception.

Elkins led Willowridge 21-7 at halftime and gradually put away the Eagles. Khalif Smith scored on runs of eight and seven yards, while Johnathan Giles scored from 18 yards out and completed touchdown passes to Darren Woods, Justin Frecker and Shemick Watts.

Also in District 23-5A action last week, Marshall improved to 4-2, 2-1 with a convincing 36-14 win against Bush.

Marshall met Bush in a matchup of teams whose only district loss was to state-ranked Ridge Point. The Buffalos used an early interception from Jared Scroggins, a 24-yard touchdown pass from Jeremy Smith to Ashley Williams and a 70-yard touchdown run by Cam Jackson to build a 21-7 halftime lead. Smith also caught a touchdown pass from Jackson in the half.

A field goal by Mark O’Campos pushed the edge to 24-7, and Marshall put the game away on a touchdown pass from Smith to Kendall Sheffield for 57 yards and a scoring run by Adrion Robertson in the fourth quarter.

Bush outgained Marshall 491-388 but committed five turnovers. Jaz Johnson completed 20 of 41 attempts for 289 yards and a 25-yard touchdown to Otis Lanier. Alexander Wade scored the Broncos’ first touchdown on a 10-yard run just before halftime.

Bush fell to 1-5 overall and faces a key stretch beginning with an Oct. 17 game at Texas City. After playing Santa Fe, the Broncos run into state-ranked Elkins on Nov. 1.

Marshall visits Santa Fe on Oct. 17 before facing Elkins on Oct. 24.

2014 SWIM CAPTAINS ANNOUNCED

ABIGAIL WONG, OMAR MOKADDEM,

BRANDON EWER, & ABBIE MAIER

 

 

 

MOSQUITO AWARENESS

This important message is being sent to you on behalf of Fort Bend ISD School Health Services.

As a precaution, Fort Bend ISD School Health Services is providing the following information to share important facts about the West Nile Virus that is transmitted through mosquitoes. We learned today that the West Nile Virus was found in mosquito traps in the Sugar Land area.

We hope that you will find the enclosed information helpful for protecting your child and your family.

Our principals have the option of having P.E. classes inside as needed, and we are asking our coaches to end practices for outside sports activities by 6:30 p.m. before dusk. The District is also reviewing athletic schedules and working with coaches and medical personnel to take necessary precautions for any games that may be played in the evening.

We also want to encourage parents and families to follow recommendations from the Texas Department of State Health Services for practicing the Four "Ds" that include:

  • Use insect repellent containing DEET, picaridin or oil of lemon eucalyptus
  • Dress in long sleeves and long pants when you are outside
  • Stay indoors at dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active
  • Drain standing water where mosquitoes breed. Common Breeding Sites include old tires, flower pots and clogged rain gutters.

Learn facts about the West Nile Virus, Safe Use of Repellent, and FBISD procedures at:

http://www.fortbendisd.com//site/Default.aspx?PageID=1137

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Upcoming Games/Tryouts

Friday,  Oct 31
Football Varsity
RIDGE POINT VARSITY @ Willowridge 7:00pm Hall Stadium
Volleyball
TBA @ TBA TBA TBA
Saturday,  Nov 1
Basketball
BOYS TRYOUTS FRESHMEN @ BOYS TRYOUTS 9:00am Ridge Point HS
Cross Country
Regionals @ Regionals 9:00am Atascocita High
Monday,  Nov 3
Golf
Girls Clements HS @ Varsity Silver Girls 8:00am Quail Valley Country Club
Tuesday,  Nov 4
Basketball Girls Sub-Varsity
RIDGE POINT FRESHMAN @ Jersey Village Scrimmage TBA Jersey Village
RIDGE POINT GIRLS JV @ Jersey Village Scrimmage TBA Jersey Village
Basketball Girls Varsity
RIDGE POINT GIRLS VARSITY @ Jersey Village Scrimmage TBA Jersey Village
Volleyball
Bi-District Playoffs - Ridge Point @ Bi-District Playoffs - Angleton 6:00pm Angleton
Wednesday,  Nov 5
Football Sub-Varsity
Texas City @ RIDGE POINT FRESH WHITE 4:30pm Ridge Point HS
RIDGE POINT JV WHITE @ Texas City 4:30pm Texas City HS
Texas City @ RIDGE POINT FRESH PURPLE 6:15pm Ridge Point HS
RIDGE POINT JV PURPLE @ Texas City 6:15pm Texas City HS
Thursday,  Nov 6
Football Varsity
Texas City @ RIDGE POINT VARSITY 7:00pm Hall Stadium
Volleyball
AREA PLAYOFFS @ AREA PLAYOFFS TBA TBA
Friday,  Nov 7
Volleyball
AREA PLAYOFFS @ AREA PLAYOFFS TBA TBA
Saturday,  Nov 8
Basketball Girls Sub-Varsity
RIDGE POINT FRESHMAN @ Clements Scrimmage TBA Clements HS
RIDGE POINT GIRLS JV @ Clements Scrimmage TBA Clements HS
Basketball Girls Varsity
RIDGE POINT GIRLS VARSITY @ Clements Scrimmage TBA Clements HS
Cross Country
State @ State 9:00am Old Settlers Park
Monday,  Nov 10
Golf
Varsity White Boys @ LCISD 8:00am River Pointe Golf Club
Varsity Purple Girls @ Girls Lamar Consolidated HS 8:30am River Pointe Golf Club
Tuesday,  Nov 11
Basketball Girls Sub-Varsity
Baytown Sterling @ RIDGE POINT FRESHMAN 4:00pm Ridge Point
Baytown Sterling @ RIDGE POINT GIRLS JV 5:30pm Ridge Point
Basketball Girls Varsity
Baytown Sterling @ RIDGE POINT GIRLS VARSITY 7:00pm Ridge Point

For a complete schedule listing, click here!




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