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Schedules/Events

Allison's No Hitter (1st career start)!!

Posted Mon Mar 2nd, 2015 7:49:AM

By: Joshua Koch - Kingwood Observer Every time a new series of fall practices begin for the Kingwood Mustangs, each year head coach Kelly Mead gets every player to test their arm strength, no matter what their position is. When junior catcher Thomas Allison stepped up, what he would do next garnered an interesting question from Mead. Allison, standing back from a net about 20 to 30 feet, wound up, crow hopped and gave it everything he had hurling the ball at the net. The junior hit 91 miles per hour on the radar gun. Mead asked Allison if he had ever pitched, the Kingwood catcher responding that he had here and there but never really had pursued it. So Mead moved Allison up to the mound and from the rubber he was hitting in the mid-80s with his fastball, making him a player that could be turned into a pitcher. For the rest of the fall, Mead along with pitching coach Michael Oros worked with him, throwing bullpen sessions and then once spring rolled around, he pitched in some scrimmages, but it was a transition for Allison. “The way you throw the ball is really different and that kept me behind,” Allison said. “But once I figured out how I needed to throw the ball off the mound it was just trusting it and not trying to be to fine just throw the ball.” In the scrimmages Allison got knocked around a bit, teaching him a few lessons about pitching, which in the end made him even better. “I just learned that I couldn’t just throw the ball as hard as I could down the middle,” Allison said. “I needed to make sure I really spotted up and work on the edges. And that’s what I tried to do (Saturday) morning and it worked. So I’ll try to keep doing it.” When Saturday morning rolled around in the Kingwood/Summer Creek/Atascocita Tournament...[MORE]

Whitter off to a great 2015 w/ Texas State

Posted Mon Mar 2nd, 2015 2:40:PM

Blake Whitter (KHS '10) is off to a great start in his final season with Texas State.  Blake is currently 1-0 with 1 save and a 3.12 ERA over 8.2 innings in the Bobcats first 6 games of the year.  Blake's win came in a...[MORE]

Gould Commits to Boston College

Posted Wed Jan 28th, 2015 12:19:PM

Blake Gould (KHS '15) has signed a Letter of Intent to play baseball for Boston College of the ACC as a 2016 freshman. BC plans to play Blake in CF and use him as a lefty reliever out of the bullpen.  Blake plans to major...[MORE]

Wheatley Commits to St. Mary's

Posted Wed Jan 28th, 2015 12:13:PM

Sam Wheatley (KHS '15) has signed a Letter of Intent to play baseball for St. Mary's University in San Antonio. Sam will compete for the job behind the plate in 2016. Sam plans to major in Exercise Science.

2014 FOKB Golf Sponsors

Posted Fri Jan 30th, 2015 11:11:AM

We would like to thank everyone that participated in our 2014 FOKB Golf Tournament - it was a huge success!  A special thanks to the tournament sponsors: Grand Slam Sponsors ($2500)      the Jones Family      Troy and Michelle Ford      the Gilman Family      Aaron and Dr. Casey Irvin      Chuck Argento  Home Run Sponsors ($1000)      Leslie Free / Gary Greene Better Homes and Garden Realty      Planet Ford      Lee Jones  Triple Sponsors ($500)      the Conn Family      Cliff Collins / Mission Home Finding      Kyle and Roxanne Hendrick      Don and Shanon Gould      the Battle Family  Double Sponsors ($250)      Rhonda Bollman, D.D.S.      Tracy Gould      Sharky's Waterfront Grill      Karen Fahrmeier      State Farm Insurance      Richards Orthodontics      Mark Sobus      Kingwood Bagel