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Rally caps worked for the Rudder baseball team Friday night. The Rangers put three runners aboard with two outs in the bottom of the seventh before Brayton Davis worked back from an 0-2 count to draw a walk and bring home Tyler Triola for a 3-2 win over A&M Consolidated in District 19-5A action at Ranger Field. Rudder is just 5-15 overall and 3-8 in 19-5A but has now notched wins over crosstown foes Consol and College Station, who are both playoff contenders in the deep district. “We’re right there,” Rudder head coach Chase Sanford said. “We just haven’t been able to finish, and tonight our kids fought through a bunch of adversity and we finished.” Austin Waskow earned the win on the mound after striking out four in two innings. Rudder starter Felipe Gonzalez pitched well over five innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He kept Consol batters guessing with his off-speed pitches, striking out eight including five looking. “Felipe has been giving us everything he’s got for the last few weeks,” Sanford said. “He’s really found his off-speed and been able to spot up his fastballs the last couple of weeks and been able to get us pretty deep in games. Tonight his pitch count through the second inning was pretty high, and so for him to be able to get through five [innings] was huge. And then Waskow ... I couldn’t be prouder of Austin Waskow tonight. He came out there in a very tight situation, leadoff guy got on, and he just shut the door and competed his rear end off.” Consol’s late game pitching blunders overshadowed a strong night on the mound from starter Hunter Bond and Sam Nitzke, who combined for 12 strikeouts. Consol took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second when Joe Scanlin doubled down the right-field line, allowing Joaquin Costa to round the bases and score from first. The Tigers left the bases loaded, though, which foreshadowed a frustrating night at the plate for the them as they stranded seven runners in scoring position. Rudder pulled ahead 2-1 in the bottom of the third after a slew of singles. The Rangers tied the game after Triola scored on a Tiger throwing error. Rudder went ahead on an RBI single by Gonzalez, but Consol was able to limit the damage and get out of a bases-loaded jam when Nitzke induced a groundout to end the frame. The Tigers tied the game at 2 in the fourth as a Rudder fielding error and subsequent throwing error allowed a runner to score from second base. Rudder looks to build momentum against Brenham at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ranger Field then will face Magnolia West in a two-game series next week. Consol will try to regroup Tuesday at Magnolia. “This district is like the SEC,” Sanford said. “There’s no bad teams in this district, but for us to be able to carry the momentum, carry the feeling of, hey, we can hang with guys and we can play with guys and just carry that with them in their minds tomorrow.” See the full article at theeagle.com...

4/13/2022

Rudder Gymnastics programs had strong showings at Regionals and punched their ticket to the State Gymnastics Championships in Rockwall, TX, April 21-23. The girls and boys teams both placed second overall and several individuals from both teams were medal champions and will be competing for individual and all-around medals at the upcoming meet. Congrats to Asher Rice, the Boys Regional All-Around Regional Champion; Macy Fletcher, the Girls All-Around Regional Champion; Elijah Acosta, the Boys Regional Vault Table Champion; and Savannah Hall and Ellie Crouch, Girls Co-Champions on the Balance Beam. Jordan Giaton, Ryan Stutts and Abbey Ricks are also State-Bound for their outstanding work at Regionals! Check out this story on KAGS about our champions' road to state! https://www.kagstv.com/video/news/local/rudder-high-school-gymnastics-teams-head-to-state-championships/499-da93ba00-3a9e-4ef4-aada-66dbcea71b10 #BryanProud #Gymnastics #rltw...

4/13/2022

The Rudder Girls Gymnastics Team had a great District meet in Round Rock on Thursday, March 10th. The girls team showed up, showed out, lead the way, and walked away as District Champions as well as setting their high score for the season. Scoring 110.4 points, they edged ahead of College Station (109.55 points) who placed 2nd, and Round Rock (109.35) who came in 3rd. The girls team will be moving on to the Regional Meet which we are hosting here at Rudder on March 30 & 31. RANGERS LEAD THE WAY!...

3/11/2022

Rudder Girls Gymnastics team took a BIG 1st place win at the Kingwood Klassic Invitational, Monday February 14, 2022. The podium teams and scores are as follows: 1-Rudder 104.55 2-College Station 104.45 3-Kingwood 98.65 Additionally, Rudder girls racked up on the hardware in the individual events competition. Savannah Hall won the All-Around Competition also 2nd Vault, 1st Bars, 5th Beam, 3rd Floor. Macy Fletcher placed 3rd All-Around, 4th Vault, 5th Bars, and 2nd Floor. Ellie Crouch placed 4th Bars, 4th Floor, and 5th All-Around. Abbey Ricks placed 4th Vault and 7th Floor. Mabrie Chavez placed 7th Vault and 5th Floor. Allison Pivonka placed 10th Floor and 10th All-Around. Top 10 Places Awarded. Next meet for Rudder on Feb 24th in RoundRock. ...

2/16/2022

Congratulations to four of our outstanding senior football athletes for taking their game to the next level. Jeremiah Johnson is headed to Angelo State, Devion Howard is going to Tyler Junior College, M.J. Heard signed to play for Davidson College and E.J. Ezar will play for Missouri University of Science & Technology. Each of these young men showed incredible leadership on and off the field and their hard work and dedication has earned them the opportunity to play football and further their education. Family, friends, teammates, teachers, and administrators joined these athletes at the Rudder Armory Gym for a very special signing ceremony on National Signing Day, Wednesday, February 2, 2022. We look forward to seeing where these important decisions take them as they lead the way launching forward from Rudder. See More: https://www.kbtx.com/2022/02/09/treat-day-bryan-isd-football-players-signed-by-colleges/ https://theeagle.com/sports/high-school/football/local-student-athletes-make-their-choices-official-on-national-signing-day/article_b17628ac-8477-11ec-850d-9774039363f5.html...

2/16/2022

News 3 Sports would like to congratulate our latest Classroom Champion, Cameron Richards. The Rudder High School Senior has a 4.38 grade point average and ranks 5th in her class. The future Texas Aggie is a National Honor Society member, who in her free time gives back to the community by volunteer babysitting at a local day-care. “Cameron is one that shows so much perseverance in my class, being a criminal justice teacher and with them having to learn so much in the criminal justice world. She is one that goes after it, she’s one that perseveres. She try’s to get everything done, and she’s a perfectionist when it comes down to her work ethic. And that’s one thing that I really appreciate about her.”-Phe’Licia Thompson Teacher Cameron is a stand-out on the basketball court where she is an All-district and Academic All-district selection for the Lady Rangers. “She gets in there, she gets the job done, we always look to her for the money shot, she’s one of our main shooters. Just a good reminder to know that, girls they play basketball can be girly, you can be smart, you can be tough, And you know, just all around what people could look at when they see a good baller here from the Brazos Valley area.“-Karla Calhoun Head Coach, Girls Basketball “My inspirations are my parents. They just inspired me to work harder because I see how hard they work to take care of my siblings and make sure that we have everything that we need and a little bit of everything that we want. So, seeing them work hard, it just makes me want to go hard too. I love my teammates, we all have our ups and downs, but at the end of the day, we all come together. That just makes us stronger.” Said Richards Congratulations to Rudder High Schools Cameron Richards This week’s News 3 Sports Classroom Champion! Classroom Champions, sponsored by American Momentum Bank. VISIT KBTX to watch the Video and read the article! https://www.kbtx.com/2022/02/12/news-3-sports-would-like-congratulate-our-latest-classroom-champion-cameron-richards/ Copyright 2022 KBTX. All rights reserved. ...

2/16/2022

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