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10.29- Rockets at Utah, 7:30
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11.1- WOS/HJ replay, 7a
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11.2- Texans vs Eagles, 12p
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WOS at Hardin-Jefferson
Vidor vs Lumberton
OF is off
LCM is off
Bridge City at Silsbee
Deweyville vs C-Camden
WBrook at Memorial
BayLee at Ozen
GCM at Ned
Jasper at Huffman
Liberty at HFannett
Anahuac at Hardin
Kountze at Buna
EC at Woodville
Kirbyville at Warren
Newton at Garrison
CCS vs Conroe Christian
SAT - PNG at Central



"Let's Go Fishing!"
Reports from Sabine Lake, T-Bend and Sam Rayburn.
Th-Fri-Sat from Dickie Colburn and Ann Wilson.



8/30 vs. Grambling State 7p.m.
9/06 at Texas A&M 6:30 p.m.
9/13 vs. Texas College 7p.m.
9/20 vs. Miss College 7p.m.
9/27 vs. SHSU* 7:00 p.m.
10/04 at Abilene Chr* 6p.m.
10/11 vs. SE Louisiana * 6p.m.
10/18 at Nicholls * 3:00 p.m.
11/01 vs. Hou Baptist * 6p.m.
11/08 at Central Ark* 3p.m.
11/15 vs. Incarnate Word * 6pm
11/22 at McNeese State *


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Another district championship is on the line for the West Orange-Stark Mustangs when they play the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks on Friday. Both teams are undefeated in district and this is the final regular season game for the Mustangs. Coach Cornel Thompson and the Mustangs have faced the Slot T offense a couple times this year, but the Hawks are running it like a well oiled machine. Thompson indicates all Slot T offenses have different facets geared to their personnel. The Hawks are doing a good job running the buck sweep and their power outside game. Thompson says Hardin-Jefferson does a great job of running everything and he does not see any weaknesses in their package at all. Hardin-Jefferson is also very strong on defense which Thompson points out is the staple of winning football teams. Thompson says the Hawks are leading the district in fewest yards allowed with the Mustangs right behind them in total defense. Hardin-Jefferson is strong at linebacker and in the defensive line which Thompson refers to as their forcing unit, and the Hawks are playing great defense led by their forcing unit. Going into Friday’s contest the Mustangs are in good shape according to Coach Thompson with just the normal bumps and bruises that are expected through eight or nine games. Thompson will work this week to keep the Mustangs healthy so they can give their greatest effort physically and mentally come Friday night. Thompson gives the key to a West Orange-Stark win is making the Hawks punt the football. Coach Thompson informs that Hardin-Jefferson has gone for it on fourth down many times this season from anywhere on the field, and the Mustangs want to put them in punt formation. Friday night it is the KOGT game of the week as the West Orange-Stark Mustangs travel to Sour Lake to play the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks.

LCM Supt. Pauline Hargrove and Athletic Director Randy Crouch present volleyball coach Vicki Castino with a trophy Tuesday night celebrating her 500th win.  It didn't come easy as the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks took the Lady Bears to a fifth set.  The Lady Bears enter the playoffs as a 12-0 District Champion and will play the winner of Splendora/Shepherd at Hardin-Jefferson, Tuesday, November 4 at 6:30.
Alexus Henry and the BC Lady Cardinals beat WOS in four games while Orangefield lost in three to Hamshire-Fannett, giving BC the fourth playoff spot in 24-4A.  photo by Jamie Oliphint
Bridge City
West Orange-Stark

The Deweyville Lady Pirates concluded district play Tuesday night with a 25-17, 25-22, 25-18 victory over Buna.  Deweyville's defense was sparked by Gabby Dupuy's 16 digs and 4 aces, Skilar Berry with 15 digs, and Kennidee Willis with 12 digs.  Willis also added 12 kills while Taylor Hutto added 7 kills in 18 attempts.  The Pirates (23-14, 9-5) will face Wallis Brazos in the first round TBA
The Vidor Lady Pirates closed out Coach Melissa Story's first season with a win over Baytown Lee (25-15, 25-8, 25-18). Makayla Darbonne 7 kills, 7 digs, & 1 ace; Kennedy Ratcliff 4 kills & 1 dig; Jennifer O'neal 2 kills, 1 dig, & 2 aces;  Bethany Bolinger 1 kill, 2 digs, 14 assists, & 1 ace; Halea Sherman 5 digs. Freshman won 25-12, 25-27, 25-21. JV also won 25-21, 25-21. Season record 7-26, district record 2-12.

With two games left the Bridge City Cardinals are playing for the fourth and final playoff position in district. That makes Friday’s game with Silsbee a must win. Coach Cris Stump states the Silsbee Tigers like to run the football. Stump says they run their quarterback and their star running back Sedrick Spearman, but will throw the football to Chris Spikes and Randy Spikes who are two of the leading receivers in the district. Stump adds Silsbee is playing pretty well right now. Coach Stump analyzes the Tigers’ defense as strong with the leadership shown by its front seven in the defensive line and linebacker positions. Stump says the Cardinals are working to find a way to attack the Silsbee defense and see what happens. The Cardinals will play without their starting quarterback and starting running back, Derrick Dearing will get the start at quarterback for Byron Trahan and Colt Poole will play running back in place of Jhett Simmons. Stump saw improvement in the backups from last week’s game that he hopes will carry over to the game at Silsbee and will lead to a win on Friday. Two wins in the final two games and Bridge City has a shot at making the playoffs. Coach Stump tells the possibilities for the Cardinals. They must win Friday against Silsbee and close out the season with a win at home against Splendora and then it comes down to points as a tiebreaker. Cleveland beat Bridge City by six points, and Silsbee defeated Cleveland by 17. If Splendora upsets Cleveland that would setup a head-to-head with for Bridge City with Silsbee and then a Cardinal win to end the season with Splendora. The Cardinals need two wins, and Coach Stump says they are working towards that. The Bridge City Cardinals and the Silsbee Tigers play Friday night in Silsbee.

The Deweyville Pirates earned their first district win last week, but now they must play an angry Corrigan-Camden club that lost to Newton for what amounted to the district championship game.  Coach Lance Dale of the Pirates says the Bulldogs will try to run the football.  Dale adds Corrigan-Camden tries to out formation the opposition using a power running attack including the tunnel sweep, and the Bulldogs rely on their quickness and speed to get to the goal line. Corrigan-Camden, Coach Dale indicates, is quick on defense and very physical. Dale points out the Bulldogs run a 50 front on defense that is very quick, they pursue to the ball well, and they’re physical.  Deweyville got a big game out of senior Brendon Waldrep in the victory over Hemphill.  Waldrep rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown plus catching five passes for 108 yards.  The Pirates will need another performance like that according to Dale in order to stay with the Bulldogs.  Coach Dale emphasizes ball control, running the clock, and keeping the Bulldogs’ offense off the field is the game plan for his Pirates.  The Deweyville Pirates take on the Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs on Friday night.

The Lamar University team of Brandon Simoneaux (right) of Bridge City and Josh Bowie of Port Neches won the FLW College Fishing Southern Conference Invitational tournament on Sam Rayburn Reservoir with a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 29 pounds, 5 ounces. The victory earned the club $4,000 and qualified the team for the 2015 FLW College Fishing National Championship. “After starting today in 15th place, this feels awesome,” said Simoneaux, a junior majoring in Chemical Engineering. The duo said that Sunday they switched to a green and purple-colored 1¼-ounce Stanley jig trailered with a Strike King Rage Twin Tail Menace Grub.  6th place from LU were Quinton Evans of Orangefield and Colby Ogden of Kountze (10 bass, 25-1). 8th place from LU were Cameron Lafleur, Orange, and Justin Royal, Vidor (10 bass, 22-8).
Brian Ousley, the Director of Support Services in the Orangefield School District, is also the new girls varsity basketball coach. Ousley takes over for second year coach Denny Downing who is on medical leave.  Ousley is not a stranger to coaching on the parquet.  He was a coach before joining administration and he has coached many of the girls on this year's team through Little Dribblers.  "Of course I wish Coach Downing a speedy recovery but I'm also excited about the opportunity to work with the girls and keep them moving in the right direction," he said.  Practice started last week.
Southwestern University Senior Garhett Bonneaux (LCM) and three others closed their collegiate home appearances with a 2-1 win over Austin College. Bonneaux scored what would turn out to be the game winning goal. Southwestern improves to 7-9-1 on the year and 7-5-1 in the SCAC while Austin falls to 1-13-4 overall, 1-10-2 in conference. With one game to play the Pirates sit in third place in the standings and seem poised to take the #3 seed into the SCAC Conference Tournament.

Members of Community Christian School's Varsity Cross Country Team traveled to Waco to compete in the TAPPS State Meet held on October 25, 2014. The Varsity Boys' team placed 6th out of 15 teams competing in the 2A division. Pictured in team photo are: (front row - sitting): Gavin Smith; (1st row - standing): Keleigh Dempsey, Shelby McMillan, Ricky Foster, Brenden Baker, Asst. Coach Hannah Breaux, Coach Amanda Britnell; (2nd row - standing): Asst. Coach Jonathan Breaux, Josh Howard, Tristen Lawson, Ethan Beard, and Nathaniel Willett.

During Friday's game, Bridge City recognized the 10th Anniversary of their 2004  3A State Championship Cross Country team. From left Coach Rick Miller, Brad Mason, Brent Higgins, Brad Heath, Garrett English, Randy Becker, and Coach Cody Knight. Team members who didn't attend include Aaron Brannen, Ryan Kelly, and Jacob Peart.  The team finished one thru seven at the district meet.  The team also finished second in state in 2003 and 2005.  Coach Miller has since retired and Coach Knight coaches the Cards, who won district last Wednesday. photo by Jamie Oliphint.
#4 Tyler Chandler
Little Cypress-Mauriceville at Jasper
October 24, 2014
Wk 8 #17 Jake Sonnier, LCM vs Bridge City, Oct. 17, 2014
Wk 7 #12 Matthew Kress, Orangefield vs Hardin-Jefferson, Oct. 10, 2014
Wk 6 LCM Offensive Line vs Splendora, Oct. 3, 2014
Wk 5 #6 Deionte Thompson, WOS vs Richmond Foster, Sept. 26, 2014
Wk 4  #18 Will Johnson, WOS vs Silsbee - Sept. 19, 2014
Wk 3 #5 Robert Green, LCM vs GCM - Sept. 12, 2014
Wk 2 #13 Grant LaPoint-Teate, WOS vs PNG - Sept. 5, 2014

Wk 1

#3 Jack Dallas,  WOS at LCM - August 29, 2014

  • Tuesday football: 7th grade BC over Silsbee 28-14; 8th grade A: Silsbee over BC 36-0; 8th grade B: Silsbee over BC 12-0.
  • All tickets to WOS at HJ have to be purchased the evening of the WOS vs Hardin-Jefferson Varsity Football game at their gate. The gates open at 6:00pm. Ticket prices are $4 Adults and $2 Students..
  • WOS will have only one 9th/JV (combination) football game vs. Hardin-Jefferson on Thursday, October 30th beginning at 5:30pm.
  • Katelyn Dickerson, senior from Orangefield HS, has committed to continue her academic and softball career at Florida State College at Jacksonville. She will become a member of the Blue Waves softball team next fall. She aspires to be a dental hygienist. She has been on the varsity Lady Bobcat softball team since her freshman year. She plays select ball for Team TFS out of Houston coached by Scott DeVore. She is the daughter of Christina and Patrick Standley, granddaughter to Kelly and Larry Ferguson, Danya and Faron Monceaux.
  • Orangefield Little Dribblers, Sign-Ups, ****Online Only**** October 2nd – November 6th. NO LATE SIGN-UPS. Ages: 4 – 14 as of August 1, 2015. Cost: $80.00 1st child; $50.00 2nd child; each additional child $25.00 each. To sign up visit . Click Register Online. Student must live in or attend Orangefield ISD. Please email if you have any questions or problems with signing up.
  • Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
  • 2014 Coaches on the Move
Drew Worthy, 14, of Orangefield, shot this 8 point (19” inside spread) buck on Saturday evening (opening day of youth weekend) in Newton Co.
Lane Totino, 12, of Orange, killed this 8 pointer Sunday during youth weekend in South Newton County.
Carter Foreman killed this buck Saturday morning in Mauriceville.
New Football Districts for 2014-15 & 2015-16
Dist 10-4A D1
Bridge City
Dist 9-4A D2
Dist 22-5A
Goose Crk Mem
Baytown Lee
(All Sports)

Dist 21-6A
Baytown Sterling
West Brook
Deer Park
GP North Shore
La Porte
(All Sports)

Dist 12-3A D1
East Chambers
Dist 11-3A D2
Districts for other sports
Bridge City
Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
Texas A&M
Aug 30 North Texas
Sep 6 BYU
Sep 13 UCLA
Sep 27 @Kansas
Oct 4 Baylor
Oct 11 @Oklahoma
Oct 18 Iowa St.
Oct 25 @Kansas St.
Nov 1 @Texas Tech
Nov 8 West Virginia
Nov 15 @Oklahoma St.
Nov 27 TCU
Aug 28 @South Carolina
Sep 6 Lamar
Sep 13 Rice
Sep 20 @SMU
Sep 27 Arkansas
Oct 4 @Mississippi St.
Oct 11 Ole Miss
Oct 18 @Alabama
Nov 1 La.-Monroe
Nov 8 @Auburn
Nov 15 Missouri
Nov 27 LSU
Aug 30 Wisconsin
Sep 6 Sam Houston State
Sep 13 La.-Monroe
Sep 20 Mississippi St.
Sep 27 New Mexico St.
Oct 4 @Auburn
Oct 11 @Florida
Oct 18 Kentucky
Oct 25 Ole Miss
Nov 8 Alabama
Nov 15 @Arkansas
Nov 27 @Texas A&M



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