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Thursday
OF JV/Lumb rained out
WOS JV 34 Silsbee 0
WOS 9th 18 Silsbee 6

Friday
WOS 35 Silsbee 0
BC 25 Liberty 14
LCM 7 H-Jefferson 27
OF 35 Lumberton 33
Deweyville 10 Woodville 26
Katy Taylor 16 WBrook 10
PAM 32 Geo.Ranch 42
PNG 53 Chapel Hill 20
Jasper 15 Center 26
Dayton 45 BHill 7
Buna 34 HFannett 27
CC 74 Kountze 40
Huntington 32 Warren 38
Henderson 41 Newton 32
CCS 47 BayChristian 75
Coldspring 47 Cleve 7
Huff 25 Shepherd 21
Hemphill 50 Burke 6
Rich Foster 43 FB Marshall 14

OFF: Vidor, Ozen, Central, Nederland, Kirbyville, EC, Anahuac, Hardin

 

 


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Lamar
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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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Will Johnson catches one of his three touchdown passes from Jack Dallas as the WOS Mustangs improved to 4-0 with a 35-0 whipping of Silsbee.

Dallas was 11-25 for 264 yds. and five touchdowns.  The other two TD's were to Trey Baldwin and Aric Cormier.

The Mustang defense held Silsbee to 71 total yards.

The game was played on a muddy field  and without a scoreboard, keeping fans in the dark as to the time left in the game.  Fortunately for the Mustangs, the game was never in doubt, keeping the clock out of play.

   

Three weeks of frustration were relieved with an evening of satisfaction for the Bridge City faithful Friday night.  The Cardinals won their first game of the season, beating Liberty for homecoming 25-14 at Larry B. Ward Stadium. Bridge City (1-3) scored the first time it had the ball and never trailed leading by as many as 18 points late in the contest.  Liberty (0-4) had an uphill battle with the Cardinals and its own mistakes.  The Panthers committed four turnovers and 12 penalties for 70 yards. After taking the opening kickoff the Cardinalsí first play from scrimmage went for 40 yards on a pass from Byron Trahan to Blaine Slaughter.  Trahan then connected with Hunter Denton for 14 yards setting up first and goal at the Liberty 9.  Jhett Simmons carried the ball to the two for second and goal.  A missed snap from the spread cost the Cardinals 17 yards back to the 19.  Bridge City settled for a 26-yard field goal by Thomas Findlay and a 3-0 lead with less than 3 minutes gone.  more
 

#18 Will Johnson
Johnson caught 5 passes for 169 yds and 3 TD's in the WOS win over Silsbee

Honorable Mention - Coach Ryan Pickering for his yeoman's effort to keep the foggy windows in the press box clean for the coaches and broadcasters!
Wk 3 Robert Green, LCM vs GCM - Sept. 12, 2014
Wk 2 Grant LaPoint-Teate, WOS vs PNG - Sept. 5, 2014

Wk 1

Jack Dallas,  WOS at LCM - August 29, 2014

   
Colby Choate and the Bobcat ground game outscored the Lumberton passing game 35-33 for the big road win for Orangefield, now 2-2 on the season. 

The Bobcats celebrate homecoming this week and play Newton (1-2) on Friday at F.L. McClain Stadium.

   

NCAA
Saturday    

Texas A&M at SMU 2:30 pm
Florida at Alabama 2:30 pm
Utah at Michigan, 2:30pm
Tex. State at Illinois, 3pm
Mississippi St. at LSU 6:00 pm
Weber St. at S.F. Austin 6:00 pm
Oklahoma at West Virginia 6:30 pm
Clemson at Florida St. 7:00 pm
UNLV at Houston 7:00 pm
Lamar vs Miss College 7:00pm
Texas is off. 
McNeese is off.

NFL Sunday, Sep. 21
San Diego at Buffalo 12:00 pm
Washington at Philadelphia 12:00 pm
Tennessee at Cincinnati 12:00 pm
Dallas at St. Louis 12:00 pm
Houston at N.Y. Giants 12:00 pm
Baltimore at Cleveland 12:00 pm
Green Bay at Detroit 12:00 pm
Indianapolis at Jacksonville 12:00 pm
Oakland at New England 12:00 pm
Minnesota at New Orleans 12:00 pm
San Francisco at Arizona 3:05 pm
Denver at Seattle 3:25 pm
Kansas City at Miami 3:25 pm
Pittsburgh at Carolina 7:30 pm

Monday, Sep. 22

Chicago at N.Y. Jets 7:30 pm

   
Ernie Dyer of Orange won the Golf Channel AM Tour Senior National Championship that was played at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Dyer shot a four round total of 317 to beat Mike Knox of Florida by two strokes.
Kacey LeBlanc (OF) led her San Jac volleyball team to an undefeated week (4-0) to earn Libero of the Week honors in the NJCAA Reg. 14 Conference. She led the team on defense with 58 digs in 14 sets, and had a consistent service reception (2.5 on 67 attempts).
1 Greg Hackney LA 664
2 Aaron Martens AL 649
3 Todd Faircloth TX 647
4 Jacob Powroznik VA 623
5 Keith Combs TX 623
Todd Faircloth of Jasper and Keith Combs of Huntington are in Michigan this weekend for the Elite Series Angler of the Year.  Both are ranked in the top five.
2015 Elite Schedule

  • Friday: The LCM Lady Bears defeated Hamshire-Fannett in district action 25-4, 25-14, 25-17. The Lady Bears improve to 27-4 overall and 3-0 in district. Sarah woods had 14 kills, 3 blocks, 7 aces. Maddie Frey had 3 kills, 6 digs and 1 ace. Malayzia Winbush had 9 kills and 1 block. Darby Strother had 6 kills, 6 digs, 1 block. Jade Piper had 30 assists, 13 digs, 3 blocks, 2 aces. Makenzie Hearn 3 blocks and Marissa Powell 4 digs and great passing.
  • Friday: Vidor volleyball hosted Lumberton and fell short 15-25, 17-25, 17-25. For the Pirates: Makayla Darbonne 9 kills, 1 block, & 4 digs; Bethany Bolinger 4 kills, 18 assists, 12 digs; D'Anna Ryder 4 kills & 1 block; Katie Stephenson 3 kills & 1 dig; Kennedy Ratcliff 2 kills, 4 digs & 1 ace; Kahlyn McClendon 1 kill & 6 assists; Halea Sherman 13 digs. Freshman lost 9-25, 25-19, 18-25. JV lost 14-25, 7-25. Season record 3-19, district record is 0-3. Vidor travels to Goose Creek Memorial on Tuesday, September 23.
  • Thursday: WOS 9th beat Silsbee 18-6. For WOS: Jarron Gilbert 20 yard run for TD; Jordan Charles 18 yard TD pass to DeMorris Thibodeaux ; Charles 2 yard run for a TD. Offensive Standouts: Jarron Gilbert, Jordan Charles, DeMorris Thibodeaux, Adrick Mims. Defensive Standouts: Mark Thibodeaux (2 - INT's), Kevin Richard, Dameon Morris, Paul Ivory, Trevon Tillman. Record: 4-0. Next game is at H-F next Thursday.
  • Thursday: WOS JV beat Silsbee 34-0. Malech Edwards 20 yard td run, Jaylen Mathews 2pt after. Jaylen Mathews 9 yard td reception, Trey Guillory with 2 pt conversion. Edwards 16 yard td run, Keion Hancock 2 pt conv. Jeremiah Shaw 2 yard td run, David Webb with 2 pt conv. Off Standouts: Miller, Edwards, Mathews, Carter. Def: Alexander, Chargois, Hodge.
  • Thursday: The WOSMS Football teams hosted Silsbee Thursday night. The 8th grade B team started the night off with a stalemate 0-0. Offensive standouts were Kalen Gilder and Demarcus Bruno. Defensively the B team was lead by Damioun Apodaca recovering a fumble and Ja'Coven Hinson adding an Interception. The 7th grade team played next winning 28-6. Wilbert Ned scored 2 rushing TD's and Jackson Tims connected on 2 TD passes to Keontae Strother and Da'vion Riggs. Tims and Ned each had a 2 point conversion. The Defensive was lead by Strother with Devin Wheeler adding a fumble recovery. In the final game of the night, the 8th grade A team shut out a talented Silsbee team winning 32-0. Justin Sibley had 2 rushing touchdowns, Deiondr'e Hawthorne rushed for one and Brettlin Wiley connected with Renaldo Rose for a TD and 2 point conversion. The defense was lead by Teshaun Teel with Da'Quarius Gipson adding a pass deflection, Kenneth Cotten blocking a punt and Wiley with a pick 6 to end the game. The Stallions will host Hamshire-Fannett next Thursday, September 25th with the first game kicking off at 5:00.
  • Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
  • 2014 Coaches on the Move
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
(All Sports)

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

Dist 12-3A D1
Anahuac
Buna
Hardin
Kirbyville
Kountze
Warren
East Chambers
Woodville
Dist 11-3A D2
Corrigan-Camden
Crockett
Deweyville
Garrison
Hemphill
Newton
Districts for other sports
24-4A
Bridge City
H-Fannett
LCM
Orangefield
Silsbee
H-Jefferson
WOS
23-3A
Anahuac
Buna
Deweyville
Hardin
Kirbyville
Kountze
Warren
EChambers
23-4A
Cleveland
Tarkington
Coldsspring
Huffman
Liberty
Shepherd
Splendora
   
Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
   
Texas
Longhorns
Texas A&M
Aggies
LSU
Tigers
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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