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Manvel Mavericks Football Team Continues Their Playoff March

Posted on Monday, 28 November 2011

The Manvel Mavericks Football team continue their playoff march. Manvel beat the Dayton Bronco football team 49-10 on Friday, November 25th to upgrade their record to 13-0 on the season.

Manvel will play the fourth round quarterfinal championship game against La Marque at Galena Park ISD Stadium, 15025 Wallisville Road on Saturday, December 3 at 2 pm. Presale tickets are available with Claire Peterson at the MHS Football Office, Adult $8, Student $6, $10 at the gate. Manvel will sit on the visitors side of the stadium.

Undefeated Manvel Mavericks Football Team Prepares for Third Round Regional Championship Game

Posted on Monday, 21 November 2011

The Manvel Mavericks (11-0) puts its undefeated record on the line against Yates (7-4) in a Division II area encounter at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at Pasadena ISD Memorial Stadium. In this second round of the Playoffs, the Manvell Mavericks Football team won Friday's game against the Yates Lions by a score of 53-18.

These 2011 undefeated area champs will have their Third Round Regional Championship game on Friday, November 25th at 7 pm against Dayton. The game will be held at Deer Park ISD's Abshier Stadium, 710 W. San Augustine, Deer Park, TX 77536. For a map and ticket information, go here now.

Manvel High School Advances in High School Football Playoffs

Posted on Monday, 14 November 2011

The Manvel Mavericks Football team won Friday's Playoff game against the El Campo Ricebirds by a score of 35-21.

The Mavericks move ahead in the Class 4A high school playoffs. Next game is Friday at 7 p.m. at Pasadena's Memorial Stadium against Houston Yates (7-4) vs. Manvel (11-0).

For more information on Mavericks Football, go here now.

University Houston- Clear Lake Hosts Open House for Pearland Campus

Posted on Friday, 11 November 2011

The University of Houston at Clear Lake now has a branch open in Pearland. Schedule a campus tour and sign up for the Admissions Information session on November 15. The campus is located on a 524-acre wildlife and nature preserve near Johnson Space Center. According to the Special Events Department, “UHCL is a sanctuary from the bustling city for those who seek a quiet retreat for their scholasticendeavors.” This semester's information session will take place on November 15 from 6-7:30 PM at the Student Services Building. Topics to be discussed include the admissions process, student services, financial aid and scholarships. To sign up for the information session visit the admissions preview page on the university’s website.

Manvel High School pounds Dawson to clinch perfect regular season

Posted on Thursday, 10 November 2011

The Manvel Mavericks won our first District Championship in Football by beating the Dawson Eagles at The Rig in Pearland. Mavs went into hostile territory and came out the champs beating the Eagles 44 – 21, sending them to 3rd place in the district. We play at Hopper Stadium in Freeport against the El Campo Ricebirds on Friday, November 11th @ 7:30pm.

Source: chron.com, by Jason McDaniel, Saturday, November 5, 2011

Manvel and Dawson haven't been around long.

They are both in their fourth varsity season, which is hardly enough time to develop a rivalry.

But they have changed the football landscape in their area, and they're just 10 miles apart.

That only made the Mavericks' 44-21 victory Friday night at the Rig, which clinched a 10-0 regular season, that much sweeter.

"This is the greatest feeling I've ever had," Manvel defensive end Taiwan Johnson said. "Going 10-0 in varsity football is something that many teams don't get to do. Our freshman year we went undefeated and we always said we wanted to go undefeated on the varsity level, and we got it done tonight for the seniors.

"This is our biggest accomplishment, and we'll try to take this into the playoffs and all the way to state. We've got to get this done." The Mavericks (6-0 district) clinched the District 24-4A title — their first — outright.

With Friendswood's 35-34 win over Texas City, Manvel will go Division II and face El Campo in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs. Dawson (8-2, 4-2), which heads into the playoffs on a two-game losing streak, is in the Division I bracket. It faces Lamar Consolidated in bi-district play next week. The Eagles went to the state semifinals in only their second varsity season, illustrating just how far both teams have come so quickly in a powerhouse district that includes La Marque and Friendswood.

Now Manvel is hoping for its trip to the state level and in the process leave in its wake an incident with Dawson this summer that cost the Mavericks a chance at the 7-on-7 state championship tournament in College Station.

An altercation — mostly between non-football players, Dawson coach Eric Wells said — after a state qualifying tourney May 28 at Manvel disqualified both teams for the rest of the 7-on-7 season. That was on the Manvel players' minds going into to Friday's game. "We talked about it," Johnson said. "We said we had to make sure we kept our heads and didn't get into any altercations with them.

"They're a great team and I hope that they do well in the playoffs, but we got the 'W' tonight."?Johnson was a big reason the Mavs won, creating havoc in the Dawson offensive backfield all night. Eagles quarterback Garry Kimble went 12-of-24 passing for 147 yards and one interception.

?Manvel, which trailed 14-10 at halftime, came alive in the second half, scoring touchdowns on four of its first five possessions. It could be the team's last meeting in district, too. "It's a good rivalry," Wells said.

"They've got a great team. We play them tight every year. "This year was a little different just because of the situation (six players out for disciplinary reasons), but it'll be a good rivalry unless they go 5A next year — and hopefully we won't ever have to play them again."

The Mavs were without players for disciplinary reasons, too, including quarterback Shane McCarley — the arm to Julian Walker's legs in their two-quarterback system — and it showed during a sluggish start. Walker was just 4-of-11 passing before halftime but after a few key offensive adjustments, which boiled down to pounding Dawson on the ground, he rushed for two of his three touchdowns. He finished with 17 carries for 125 yards. "(McCarley's) a great player,"

Manvel coach Kirk Martin said. "(Leading receiver) Kaylon Melancon (who also was out) is a great player. We miss both of those guys. "But these kids rose to the occasion. It is next man up, as they say, and Julian did a phenomenal job. He took over and did some great things with his legs, and threw a touchdown pass, too."

Sedona Lakes Hosts Fall Market Event for Area Realtors

Posted on Wednesday, 02 November 2011

Agents visited Sedona Lakes on Tuesday, November 1 to sip, shop and eat! Sedona Lakes hosted a Fall Market event for agents, featuring a fabulous progressive lunch and shopping in each builder model home.

Agents shopped Scentsy Wickless Candles, Pretty Penny Gifts, Yankee Candle, Premier Designs High Fashion Jewelry, and Vault Denim and Spur It Up while they enjoyed bellinis and mimosas and a seasonal lunch by The Catering Company.

Two Grand Prize drawings for two tickets to the VIP Preview night of the Houston Ballet's Nutcracker Market went to Rebecca Palmer with Prudential Gary Greene Realtors and Anne Haas with Coldwell Banker United Realtors.

Kimberly Hebert with Highland Homes presents Rebecca Palmer with Prudential Gary Greene Realtors with her grand prize tickets to the VIP Preview night of the Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market.

Jenny Nguyen with Darling Homes presents agent Anne Haas with Coldwell Banker United with her grand prize tickets to the VIP Preview night of the Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market.

 
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