Friday Football Scores


The ball hit the ground more times than both coaches would’ve preferred Friday night as the LCM Bears got their first win of the season with a 35-7 win over Orangefield.   The Bears distributed the ball evenly as they rolled up almost 400 yards of offense in the victory.  LCM had a 28-0 lead ...

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Friday Volleyball Scores


Vidor lost to Nederland 3-1 – LCM beat Evadale 3-1 – The Lady Bobcats lost to Liberty in 5 sets tonight. 21-25, 26-24, 25-20,  8-25, 5-15.   For OF: Jessica Metts 9 kills, 2 blocks. Kinley Gipson 9 kills, 3 blocks, and 2 aces. Bailee Click had 8 kills and 4 blocks. Devany Crain had ...

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LCM Football Makes Schedule Change


LCM has changed its football schedule for the next two weeks. They will host Crosby, Sept. 29 at 7pm for Homecoming and they will have their Off week on Oct. 6. Originally they were to be off on Sept. 29 and then host St. Pius for homecoming on Oct. 6. ...

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Woman Returns Photos, Creates A Memory


Caroline Manuel knows what it’s like to lose precious family photos. She lost everything in Hurricane Katrina 12 years ago and moved to Orange.  “I don’t even have a picture of myself as a baby,” she said. When she saw a clear plastic container fall off the back of a pickup truck on 16th Street ...

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Claiborne Park Closed


Orange County Commissioner Barry Burton reports Claiborne West Park had significant damage during Harvey and will be closed for at least two months. All the buildings were damaged plus and maintenance equipment were lost, he said. The expansive park is off Interstate 10 between Orange and Vidor. ...

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County Building Tent Shelter


The Commissioners Court met Thursday afternoon and during its meeting County Judge Brint Carlton announced that the first tented shelter for Harvey evacuees will be opened in Orange County next week.  The judge indicated after working with the City of Orange they found a suitable location for a tent shelter to house evacuees at the ...

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Repairs Need Permits


Less than three weeks after Tropical Storm Harvey flooded the county with four to five feet of rain, the rebuilding has begun. Building permits will be required from cities or the county for people living in rural areas. The entities are waiving permit fees for storm damage rehabilitation, but permits are still needed. One of ...

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Bobcats Begin Play Four Weeks Into Season


Harvey has delayed the start of schools in Orangefield until next week.  The Orangefield Bobcats though will open their 2017 football season tonight September 22 against the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears. Bobcats’ Coach Josh Smalley has had two weeks of practices to get his players back in shape and ready for the Bears.  Smalley indicated he ...

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Football Schedule/Results


Wednesday PNG 42 Lumberton 0 Memorial 35 Central 6 Ozen 28 Bay Lee 16 Nederland 44 Livingston 7 – Thursday WBrook 49 St. Thomas 16 WOS JV 21 Deweyville 20 For the Mustangs: Chavon Crawford threw a 42 yard touchdown pass to Dieondr’e Hawthone. Extra point good Angel Iberra. 7-0 Jerren Terrell threw a 35 yard ...

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OFISD Update


Orangefield ISD will resume regular school hours beginning Monday, September 25, 2017. Students are assigned to different campuses and classrooms due to flood damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. We apologize for this inconvenience. Our school buildings had over 100,000 sq. ft. of instructional space receive floodwater. The remediation process is being completed now. Our classrooms ...

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