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Houston made enough positive plays to hang with a preseason state-ranked team in Class 3. But there were also just enough missed opportunities to keep the Tigers from winning.
Houston High School senior Keegan Spurlin was named the ‘Built Ford Tough Player of the Week’ for his efforts in the Tigers’ homecoming loss.
Houston High School senior Keegan Spurlin, who had a team-best 15 tackles in Friday's 21-7 victory against Cabool, was named the 'Built Ford Tough Player of the Week.'
Daniel Hutchison had a pair of touchdown runs in the Houston seventh-grade football team's 26-8 season-opening victory Thursday against Mountain Grove.
Houston High School junior Connor Clifton, who had a team-leading 12 tackles in Friday's 14-7 loss to Salem, was named the 'Built Ford Tough Player of the Week.'
Houston football coach Eric Sloan asked for cowbells and chaos from the fans for last week's home opener. He got it, and he is ready for more of it.
Houston High School junior Chance Hunter, who rushed for 193 yards and four touchdowns in Friday’s 36-35 victory against St. James, was named the 'Built Ford Tough Player of the Week'
Although it wasn't a successful weekend on the court, Houston High School volleyball coach Barry Wheeler said facing Class 3 and 4 teams Saturday at the Branson Invitational can be beneficial for his team.
Houston High School senior Ethan Kelley is the "Built Ford Tough Player of the Week" for his defensive efforts in Friday's season-opening victory at Hollister.
The Houston Herald's live coverage of Houston High School sports and community activities kicks off its fourth season tonight as the Tigers' football team travel to Hollister.
Eric Sloan doesn’t mince words with his players. Entering his first season as head football coach at Houston High School, Sloan said he has been blunt with his team about the state of the program
Barry Wheeler’s official first day at Houston High School was May 28. He joined his new volleyball team in the Big Red Building for weightlifting.
Opening what she believed was another ordinary email from the Missouri State High School Activities Association, Teresa Arthur was surprised as she read the contents.
A group of former Houston High School football players wanted to help the program and were unsure how. The quarterback club was defunct and none of them had the time to volunteer.