The Cypress News Review has made our sports and event photo library available online.

We can’t fit all the photos we take on our website, so we’re making our sports and event photo library available online. Looking and sharing are free, and we appreciate any support you give the us via purchasing photos at

“We know there will be one exception to what the Cypress News Review can offer for sale, and that will be when our public schools compete for state championships,” said publisher Creighton Holub, who has covered many state tournaments and championship bouts in his career that started in 1996. “The UIL only allows news use of photos from the title games and contests. We will share where and how parents can order photos taken from the UIL’s contracted photo company whenever our Cypress teams reach that echelon.”


In other words, when a Cypress team plays for a state championship, we’ll be able to show you the same types of images that go along with our stories and other media, but can’t sell them to you.

While parents and family members wishing to support us via our photo sales have a direct way via our current photo reseller, the Cypress News Review also has a Patreon page set up for those wishing to show their support directly (

Media outlets may contact us via email to license imagery at industry rates.

You can support the Cypress News Review in a handful of ways.
1. Become a monthly patron for as little as $1 via Patreon (
2. Click any and all ads that interest you on our website. This helps our supporters know that you like our content!
3. We can’t fit all the amazing photos that we make in our website. View the rest (and consider purchasing pics of yourself and/or your kids) at
4. Like our Facebook (, follow our Twitter (, and subscribe to our YouTube channel (
We’re relatively new to the scene, so our numbers might look small, but they’re growing exponentially thanks to your liking and sharing our content. Cypress is our home, and has gone for far too long without a dedicated news source, and we aim to fill that gap.