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HOOPS: Farmer encouraged by team shaping up at New Caney
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New Caney sophomore Ethan Brandon (10) shoots past Montgomery senior Payton Bond (44) during a District 20-5A game Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 in New Caney.

New Caney sophomore Ethan Brandon (10) shoots past Montgomery senior Payton Bond (44) during a District 20-5A game Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 in New Caney.

Photo: Cody Bahn, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer

Photo: Cody Bahn, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer

New Caney sophomore Ethan Brandon (10) shoots past Montgomery senior Payton Bond (44) during a District 20-5A game Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 in New Caney.

New Caney sophomore Ethan Brandon (10) shoots past Montgomery senior Payton Bond (44) during a District 20-5A game Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 in New Caney.


Photo: Cody Bahn, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer

BOYS HOOPS: Farmer encouraged by team shaping up at New Caney

Last year was a tough haul for the New Caney boys basketball team.

The Eagles finished the year with a 7-25 record and were at the bottom of District 20-5A.

But there are encouraging signs that the team can dust itself off and contend this year according to fourth-year head coach Matt Farmer.

“These kids have gone through some really rough times on the basketball floor,” Farmer said in a phone interview earlier this month. “The resolve they’ve shown to show up and put in the extra work in the summer and in the fall thus far has been very, very encouraging.”

Farmer will have a lot of new faces — not only on the floor — but also on his coaching staff.

“It’s been encouraging to see the growth from our kids,” Farmer said. “The camaraderie has been an excellent. They’ve really bought into what myself and my assistant Sean Lexima and our other assistant Paul Dempsey. They’re both new to the high school, but they’re veteran coaches and have a great report with the kids and doing a great job.”

The roster is still in flux as the team prepares for its first game this Friday against Dayton. The Eagles varsity football team just wrapped up their season with a loss in the bi-district round of the playoffs so anyone joining basketball will need to be brought up to speed.

Farmer has seen some talent in his athletic periods, led notably by junior Ethan Brandon and sophomore Samuel Brandon.

“They do a terrific job and I expect them to have huge seasons,” Farmer said.

The pair of guards will be looked on for their varsity experience. Ethan Brandon in particular has shown he is up to the challenge.

“Ethan specifically has had a tremendous summer and fall,” Farmer said. “He’s just developing his mental toughness. That’s a skill that you really have to work on and he has just been on fire. It’s exciting.”

Other returning players include Dillon McCants, Jeremy Bryant, Joseph Bridges and Tony Redes, who split time between junior varsity and varsity last year.

“Our seniors are tremendous leaders,” Farmer said. “They have really raised the game of everyone around them on the floor.”

New Caney is four years removed from its last playoff appearance.

“For us as a staff, we know internally the goals that we’ve set,” Farmer said. “You want to make the playoffs every year that you step on the floor. With the makeup of our team and considering there are so many first year varsity players, we’re not sure what to expect.

“We just kind of have some private markers that we’re looking for out of each game. We’ve told the kids that if they do the things they are doing right now and continue to work and believe in one another that we’re going to be in the hunt.”

New Caney will contend in district play with Huntsville, Tomball, Lake Creek, Montgomery, Willis, Grand Oaks, Caney Creek, Kingwood Park and rival Porter.

“The district is very balanced,” Farmer said. “There’s teams because of specific players are considered favorites. I don’t think anybody is out of reach. Again, I think there’s going to be a lot splits and opportunities to win games against everybody on any given night.”

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Much-loved reality dating show Farmer Wants a Wife will return to our screens next year and the new batch of men looking to find love have been revealed. Two Queenslanders, two New South Welshman, a Tasmanian and a Victorian will have their quest to find love broadcast on national television when the show returns after a three year hiatus. It is understood filming will take place early next year with eligible women now encouraged to apply for individual farmers. The 28-year-old sheep and cattle farmer describes himself as an energetic larrikin who enjoys being outside and has a love for learning new things like geopolitics. He is well-traveled having visited 32 countries, is a seasoned Splendour in the Grass attendee and enjoys indie rock and grunge music. Farmer Alex is looking for someone to keep him company, has the same values and is fiercely loyal to their loved ones as he is. "I'm into the type of woman that I have a lot in common with and I could see as my best friend," he said. "I certainly want to find her attractive, but what I really want is someone who shares my interests, who is levelheaded and is fun with a great sense of humour." If any of Farmer Alex's potential ladies have a heart stopping moment, they will be in good hands. He won the British Heart Foundation award for CPR. This 42-year-old father of three is a Merino producer who can sweep a woman off her feet just by making the bed every morning with hospital corners. He also cooks an unforgettable lasagna and can recite Dirty Dancing from start to finish but long walks on the beach confuse him. "Why not walk on the path... its' easier. If you're on the beach, go for a swim," he said. He is looking for an honest girl and a team player who is family orientated and active. "Having lost hands that I thought were winners, I've learned to control my emotions, display little and learn lessons," he said. This 27-year-old tropical fruit farmer has a heart of gold and a pretty dry sense of humour to go with it. He is looking for a woman with a big heart, who is caring, trustworthy, and fun but they'll have to be able to handle lots of Italian food. "I'm full Sicilian and of course I love food," he said. "I've got a lot of love to give and am looking for someone to share that with. "I was born and raised on a tropical fruit and sugarcane farm, so there won't be any cattle to round up or cows to milk in the early morning - just plenty of fruit to eat, driving lessons on my big tractor and, of course, plenty of mud to rip up on the quad bike." Merino woolgrower Jack is 27 and describes himself as adventurous, empathetic and loyal. The outdoors, travelling, exercise and debating are among his favourite things and trust and communication are two qualities that are really important in his relationships. "I'm most happy when I'm with someone who is present with me so I can be a better person," he said. "I think I have far more depth than people may believe. I love to think and talk about the big questions." If you fancy a good drop of wine, 44-year-old Farmer Nick could be the man for you. Coming from a vineyard, he knows a thing or two about a good pairing and isn't afraid to protect his girl in a sticky situation. "I protected my ex-girlfriend from a coyote who tried to attack her while we were watching a meteor shower on top of a mountain," he said. "I held her hand while she received five or so giant rabies shots. It was gnarly." Farmer Harry, 28, is a small-town country boy who enjoys the simple life on his farm, which features grapes, cotton and sheep. He will show his romantic side by lighting a fire and accompanying it with some chilled drinks, a roast dinner and some good music. That'll be waiting for his special lady all before she arrives home. That woman will hopefully be easy going, love a laugh and not afraid to try new things. "She needs to be able to hold her own but also be able to support me, as I will her," he said. "Trust is without a doubt the biggest thing for me. If I can trust someone, the rest will take shape naturally. Loyalty is also important to me, as well as a passion for enjoying life, not just living it." To apply for Farmer Wants a Wife visit farmerwantsawife.com.au The Land

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Much-loved reality dating show Farmer Wants a Wife will return to our screens next year and the new batch of men looking to find love have been revealed.

Two Queenslanders, two New South Welshman, a Tasmanian and a Victorian will have their quest to find love broadcast on national television when the show returns after a three year hiatus.

It is understood filming will take place early next year with eligible women now encouraged to apply for individual farmers.

Farmer Alex from Cunnamulla in Queensland. Photo: Seven 

Farmer Alex from Cunnamulla in Queensland. Photo: Seven

Farmer Alex, Cunnamulla, Queensland

The 28-year-old sheep and cattle farmer describes himself as an energetic larrikin who enjoys being outside and has a love for learning new things like geopolitics.

He is well-traveled having visited 32 countries, is a seasoned Splendour in the Grass attendee and enjoys indie rock and grunge music.

Farmer Alex is looking for someone to keep him company, has the same values and is fiercely loyal to their loved ones as he is.

"I'm into the type of woman that I have a lot in common with and I could see as my best friend," he said.

"I certainly want to find her attractive, but what I really want is someone who shares my interests, who is levelheaded and is fun with a great sense of humour."

If any of Farmer Alex's potential ladies have a heart stopping moment, they will be in good hands.

He won the British Heart Foundation award for CPR.

Farmer Neil from NSW. Photo: Seven

Farmer Neil from NSW. Photo: Seven

Farmer Neil, Crookwell, NSW 

This 42-year-old father of three is a Merino producer who can sweep a woman off her feet just by making the bed every morning with hospital corners.

He also cooks an unforgettable lasagna and can recite Dirty Dancing from start to finish but long walks on the beach confuse him.

"Why not walk on the path... its' easier. If you're on the beach, go for a swim," he said.

He is looking for an honest girl and a team player who is family orientated and active.

"Having lost hands that I thought were winners, I've learned to control my emotions, display little and learn lessons," he said.

Queensland's Farmer Sam. Photo: Seven 

Queensland's Farmer Sam. Photo: Seven

Farmer Sam, Innisfail, Queensland

This 27-year-old tropical fruit farmer has a heart of gold and a pretty dry sense of humour to go with it.

He is looking for a woman with a big heart, who is caring, trustworthy, and fun but they'll have to be able to handle lots of Italian food.

"I'm full Sicilian and of course I love food," he said.

"I've got a lot of love to give and am looking for someone to share that with.

"I was born and raised on a tropical fruit and sugarcane farm, so there won't be any cattle to round up or cows to milk in the early morning - just plenty of fruit to eat, driving lessons on my big tractor and, of course, plenty of mud to rip up on the quad bike."

Farmer Jack from Victoria. Photo: Seven 

Farmer Jack from Victoria. Photo: Seven

Farmer Jack, Harrow, Victoria

Merino woolgrower Jack is 27 and describes himself as adventurous, empathetic and loyal.

The outdoors, travelling, exercise and debating are among his favourite things and trust and communication are two qualities that are really important in his relationships.

"I'm most happy when I'm with someone who is present with me so I can be a better person," he said.

"I think I have far more depth than people may believe. I love to think and talk about the big questions."

Farmer Nick. Photo: Seven 

Farmer Nick. Photo: Seven

Farmer Nick, Deviot, Tasmania 

If you fancy a good drop of wine, 44-year-old Farmer Nick could be the man for you.

Coming from a vineyard, he knows a thing or two about a good pairing and isn't afraid to protect his girl in a sticky situation.

"I protected my ex-girlfriend from a coyote who tried to attack her while we were watching a meteor shower on top of a mountain," he said.

"I held her hand while she received five or so giant rabies shots. It was gnarly."

Farmer Harry, Goolgowi, NSW

Farmer Harry, 28, is a small-town country boy who enjoys the simple life on his farm, which features grapes, cotton and sheep.

He will show his romantic side by lighting a fire and accompanying it with some chilled drinks, a roast dinner and some good music. That'll be waiting for his special lady all before she arrives home.

That woman will hopefully be easy going, love a laugh and not afraid to try new things.

"She needs to be able to hold her own but also be able to support me, as I will her," he said.

"Trust is without a doubt the biggest thing for me. If I can trust someone, the rest will take shape naturally. Loyalty is also important to me, as well as a passion for enjoying life, not just living it."

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