The Dallas Stars left winger is on pace to set new franchise scoring records—and he’s inspiring a generation of new hockey fans along the way.
While the state racing commission jousts with a new federal oversight body, business is cratering at Texas racetracks.
Bally Sports Southwest’s Craig Way wouldn’t trade his annual high school football marathon for a chance to call the Super Bowl.
There’s no stoplight, no stores, and no walk-in businesses in Valentine. But there’s plenty of space to stretch those legs.
For the second time in history, the oversight body delivered its stiffest penalty—to a tiny central Texas high school with 48 total students.
As rains fall across Texas, remember the 1976 Houston deluge that improbably shut down an Astros game at the famed “weather-proof” Astrodome.
Fifty years ago, a minor league game in Midland was postponed for the rarest of reasons—a swarm of grasshoppers biblical in its proportions.
From chronic injuries to botched courses, members of the Texas-based 50 States Marathon Club go the distance to go the distance.
“By the way, what’s the score?” asked NHL emergency backup goalie Thomas Hodges just before taking the ice.
A decade after Jackie Robinson integrated MLB, Black Texas League players found themselves banned from competing at road games in Shreveport.
The timekeepers for the Spurs, Rockets, and Mavs open up about one of the most overlooked and pressure-packed jobs in sports.
For 25 years, sportscaster Daryl "Razor" Reaugh has been the verbose, bombastic, grandiloquent voice of Texas's lone NHL franchise.
Decades after the Wichita County town saved its stadium from an oilman’s plan to drill at midfield, the structure has been condemned—after pipes once donated by oil companies rusted out.
At tiny Dell City School in far West Texas, more than half of the high schoolers are on the varsity football team.
Inside the state appeals process for UIL students who've been suspended from varsity sports because they transferred "for athletic purposes."
Fifty-four years ago this week, the offensive lineman stood shoulder to shoulder with Jim Brown and Muhammad Ali at the historic Cleveland Summit.
On the football field, one team went from six to eleven. Another went from eleven to six. And both faced challenges they didn’t expect.
Half a century ago, Terry Daniels was an SMU undergrad majoring in political science who had taken an interest in boxing. Then he found himself in the ring with the heavyweight champion of the world.
Goodbye to Glen Garden.