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LCM Coach Randy Crouch and Bobcat boss Josh Smalley discuss the format for their scrimmage Thursday with referee Greg Peveto.  The Bears won the controlled scrimmage 21-17 with Coby Roddy catching two TD passes from Jake Sonnier.  LCM opens at home against WOS on KOGT.  OF goes to Buna to open the season.

At the Dickinson Volleyball Tournament Thursday LCM beat Goose Creek Memorial. 25-8, 25-22; lost to Dickinson 19-25, 25-13, 17-25; and lost to PNG 25-23, 23-25, 26-28.

The Bridge City Cardinals are young, very young going into this football season. Coach Cris Stump does have some players he believes will step up as leaders for the young Cards. Sophomore Byron Trahan will start at quarterback and safety. The entire offensive line is made of underclassmen with four sophomores and a junior. Coach Stump jokes his team is not young, they are real young, it will take some time for them to get experience. Only a couple of seniors are back otherwise everybody’s new according to Stump. The success of the Bridge City offense could rest on how quickly the inexperienced offensive line comes together as a unit according to Coach Stump. The learning curve of the young offensive line and how fast they figure things out is what Stump says will be the key to it all for Bridge City. Alex Lora is a sophomore and is the only Cardinal lineman with any playing time, one game, on the varsity. Defensively, Stump has his middle linebacker Derrick Dearing back with which to build a solid defense around. The Cardinals should be big up front on defense and return starting safeties in Jordan Boudreaux and Byron Trahan. Rob Caraway is back in Bridge City as defensive coordinator and his job is to get the other young Cardinals to play well, and Coach Stump says Bridge City will be fine. Bridge City has moved up to Class 4A. The Cardinals open the season at home against the Kirbyville Wildcats.

Duck populations are the highest since North American surveys began in 1955, and as a result Texas will enjoy for the 20th consecutive year the most liberal waterfowl hunting season framework allowable. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved waterfowl seasons for Texas at its Thursday, Aug. 21 public hearing in Houston. Good news of record-setting waterfowl populations, with nearly all species numbering above the long term goals identified in the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, sets the table for the 2014-15 hunting season in Texas. “Waterfowl are doing well,” Dave Morrison, Small Game Program Director for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department told commissioners. “This is the 20th straight year we’ve been in a liberal framework for waterfowl seasons. That’s unheard of.” The commission retained a staggered split between the North and South Zones to allow for the opportunity of an additional week for those duck hunters who travel between zones. In the only change in bag limits this season Texas waterfowlers can take only one canvasback daily. The possession limits for all migratory game birds is three times the daily limit. For ducks, including teal during the early Sept. 13-28 season, the possession limit is 18. Following are the adopted season dates and limits for the 2014-15 migratory game bird seasons:

Wednesday Texas A&M Coach Kevin Sumlin released his depth chart against South Carolina Aug. 28 and sophomore #17 Alex Sezer (LCM) will be a backup at cornerback to Victor Davis.

LCM volleyball swept Central on Tuesday to improve to 8-1.  Marissa Powell had 21 digs, Jade Piper 36 assists, and Sarah Woods 12 kills.

BC volleyball was swept by Lumberton Tuesday 3-0.  Orangefield was shutout by PNG.

Vidor volleyball traveled to WOS Tuesday, 8-19 and fell short of a win. Varsity lost 22-25, 17-25, 11-25. Katie Stephenson had 7 kills, 1 block, & 1 ace; D'Anna Ryder had 3 kills; Bethany Bolinger had 10 assists, 1 kill, & 1 ace; Evelyn Baker had 3 kills, Makayla Darbonne had 2 kills; Halea Sherman had 10 digs. Season record is 1-2. Varsity is headed to the Hamshire-Fannett Tournament Thursday, 8-21 & Saturday 8-23 and all 3 teams are playing at Hamshire-Fannett Friday 8-22. JV won 26-24, 25-17.

Deweyville defeated Hull-Daisetta Tuesday night in High School volleyball 25-22, 25-17, 25-15. Kills were evenly distributed on the night with Kennidee Willis registering 9, Shaina Sartin with 5, Jessica Huebner and Cayla Greer having 4 each. Gabby Dupuy and Willis had 12 digs each.

Atlanta Falcon kicker Matt Bryant got to visit with his mom and other family and friends when the Falcons visited Houston over the weekend.  The Texans won the game 32-7.  Bryant and the Falcons will play Tennessee this weekend.  The Texans will face the Broncos.
To the victor goes the spoils

Seattle fans are getting fired up to defend their title.  Stores near the area are showing their love for their favorite safety Earl Thomas.  The Seahawks destroyed San Diego 41-14 as Thomas returned one punt for 5 yds.

Saturday LCM beat Crosby, Kingwood Park and lost to Huffman to take second place in the Huffman Tournament. Sarah Woods had 37 kills in the three games. The Lady Bears are 7-1 for the season.

New Football Districts for 2014-15 & 2015-16
Dist 10-4A D1
Bridge City
Cleveland
Huffman
Jasper
LCM
Silsbee
Splendora
Dist 9-4A D2
Hamshire-Fannett
Liberty
Orangefield
Hardin-Jefferson
WOS
Dist 22-5A
Goose Crk Mem
Baytown Lee
Central
Ozen
Lumberton
Nederland
PNG
Vidor

Dist 21-6A
Baytown Sterling
West Brook
Channelview
Deer Park
GP North Shore
La Porte
Memorial

Dist 12-3A D1
Anahuac
Buna
Hardin
Kirbyville
Kountze
Warren
East Chambers
Woodville
Dist 11-3A D2
Corrigan-Camden
Crockett
Deweyville
Garrison
Hemphill
Newton
 
  • 2014 Coaches on the Move
  • Ashton Gautreaux and Kylie Bradley from Orangefield High school, have both committed to continue their education and softball careers at Faulkner State College in Alabama. The Sun Chiefs compete at the NJCAA level.
  • Wendy Gillet, who lives in Orange but attends Starks High in Louisiana, has committed to play softball and continue her education for the "Sun Chiefs" at Faulkner State Community College in Alabama. She has been a LHSAA Coaches 1st Team All-State selection the last four years.
  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Hunter Education Enhanced Safety Course 4 hr. Field Part will be taught Monday August 25, 2014 from 6:00 PM til 10:00 PM. You must complete the enhanced on line home study computer sections, print completed tests and bring them to class. Call Danny Odom for more information or to register at 883-8118. This class is not for just hunters but, anyone who handles firearms can benefit from it.

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Bobby Vice and Cory Rambo won the Championship of the Simon Outfitters Sabine River Tournaments.  They caught five keepers with a total weight of 8.80.
Taran Burch from Bridge City caught a 36" Red Fish caught at the Sabine Pass Jettys and an 18" Flounder in Sabine Lake.

 
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