Football from varsity to tiny excites Crosby


CROSBY – Local football has a large following, including the Cougars Varsity Football Team and youngsters in the Pee-Wee leagues of the Crosby Youth Football. Crosby ISD makes extra effort to get everyone involved with the game.

Two new lighted fields are at the Harris County Precinct 4 ball parks behind the Crosby Library. As training began for the tiny players much inspiration came from attendance of Heywood Jeffries, who played for the Houston Oilers for a decade.

The Crosby varsity team traveled to Waco on Saturday, following a large Pep Rally that was rained indoors just 17 minutes into the rally. Perhaps the results of Saturday’s game would have been different had the rally not had to adjourn to Cougar Stadium that Friday. The Cougars played Ennis at Waco ISD Field.

High school Principal Dr. Marley Morris said, “Whether it be on the football field or in the classroom Cougar Pride really is second to none!”