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9.2- Astros vs LAA, 6:45
9.3- Astros vs LAA, 6:45
9.4- Charlie Strong show, 7p
9.5- WOS vs PNG, 6p pre
9.6- WOS/PNG replay, 7am
Texas vs BYU, 5:30
9.7- Texans vs Redskins, 12p

Friday, Sept. 5
WOS vs PNG on KOGT
LCM at BHill
OF at Kirbyville
BC at Newton
Vidor vs Jasper
Deweyville vs Warren
Dayton at Ned
WBrook vs Ozen
H-J at Kelly
Coldspring at Silsbee
Anahuac at H-F
Buna at Center
CCS vs Alpha
EC at Tarkington
WColumbia at Liberty

Aug. 29
FRIDAY
WO-S 29 - LCM 12
Buna 14 - Orangefield 13
Kirbyville 42 - Bridge City 7
PN-G 38 - Clear Lake 13
Tatum 39 - Newton 7
H-Jefferson 35 - Jasper 21
Crosby 25 - Nederland 20
Barbers Hill 41 - Silsbee 24
West Brook 40 - Central 34
Anahuac 13 - Liberty 10
Hemphill 22 - Hull-Daisetta 14
EChambers 44 - Deweyville - 0
Grapeland 48 - WHardin 34
Hardin 54 - Legacy 2
Woodville 16 - NWaverly 14
Evadale 40 - O'Connell - 14
WSabine 52 - Burkeville 8
Mt. Enterprise 52- Warren 46
Kelly 56 - The Village 0
Cushing 33 - Sabine Pass 0
SATURDAY
Vidor 6 Escambia, Fl 35
Coolidge 69 CCS 81
THURSDAY
PAM 56 Ozen 0

HF 44 Lumb 41

 

 


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Lamar
Cardinals

8/30 vs. Grambling State 7p.m.
9/06 at Texas A&M TV 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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Community  15 30 16 20 = 81
Coolidge       21 29 12  7 = 69
The Lions ran 45 plays, scoring 11 TD's. They racked up 509 of offensive yards. 409 yards on the ground. Lawrence Gallow rushed for 205 yds and Joseph LeBlanc ran for 152 yds. and accounted for 38 pts. The defense held Coolidge to just 19 points in the second half.  LeBlanc also recorded 12 tackles.

   

The best player on the Seattle Seahawks' historically great defense is going to moonlight on special teams this season. Coach Pete Carroll confirmed Monday that All-Pro safety Earl Thomas will indeed be the team's primary punt returner entering the season. We suspected a month ago that Carroll was merely throwing Thomas a bone by allowing him to return a few kicks in preseason action. Instead, the Seahawks are holding firm to their competition mantra despite the injury risk to one of the most valuable players in the league. Thomas has yet to return a regular-season punt in four years with the Seahawks. He returned four punts for 58 yards in his two-year college career at Texas. As the rangiest safety in the NFL, Thomas certainly has the speed, quickness and moves to succeed in the return game. We just wonder if Carroll is taking an unnecessary risk by subjecting his defensive linchpin to high-risk injury situations. (nfl.com)

In their 42-27 win over Grambling, Lamar's Mark Roberts (WOS) caught 3 passes for 139 yds. and two touchdowns.  LU travels to Texas A&M Saturday at 6:30pm.
   
The West Orange-Stark defense stymied LCM QB Jake Sonnier and the Bears, winning 29-12 on Friday.  LCM was held to 165 yards of offense (64 in the first half) while the Mustangs piled up 363 yards but failed to score in the second half (29-6 half).  Sophomore Jack Dallas was expected to be the starting quarterback for the junior varsity.  But after senior quarterback Chase Rutledge was dismissed from the team on Thursday for off the field issues, Dallas started on the varsity and completed 12-17 passes for 162 yards with no interceptions.  He passed for two touchdowns (Will Johnson & Deionte Thompson) and he ran for two touchdowns.  Grant Teate also got off to a good start with 118 yards on 19 carries.  WOS hosts PNG Friday while LCM travels to Barbers Hill.

In the long rivalry between the Orangefield Bobcats and the Buna Cougars the two schools have faced each other close to sixty times in football.  It would be hard to find a game in that history with as exciting and as dramatic an ending as the contest played Friday night at Cougar Stadium.  Buna blocked a Bobcat field goal as the clock blinked zero to barely escape with a 14-13 win in the season opener for both teams.
Jonah Jackson proved a lucky charm for the Cougars as he made a whale of a play knifing through to block Matthew Rainey’s 34-yard field goal as the game ended.  The block was significant because Rainey had shown on earlier kicks the field goal was definitely within his range.
The Bobcats got the chance for the field goal attempt on a clutch interception by Matthew Watkins.  On third-and-11 from their own 19 the Cougars’ Joseph Clark threw a pass over the middle, but Watkins leaped in front of the intended receiver at about the 35 and returned the ball to the Buna 5.  Unfortunately, well behind the play a Bobcat was flagged for a block in the back which moved the ball to the Buna 28.  more

Friday the LCM Volleyball team defeated West Brook 25-9, 25-17, 25-12 to improve to 24-1 on the season.  Statistics 

Vidor volleyball fell to Port Arthur Memorial Friday 19-25, 17-25, 26-28. D'Anna Ryder had 6 kills, 1 block, 1 dig; Bethany Bolinger had 3 kills, 11 assists, 3 digs & 1 ace; Katie Stephenson had 3 kills; Evelyn Baker had 1 kill, 1 assist, & 2 digs; Halea Sherman had 1 kill & 15 digs; Kennedy Ratcliff had 1 kill, 2 digs, & 1 ace. JV won 25-22 & 25-18. Freshman lost 19-25, 25-17, 26-28. Season record is 2-8. Vidor is hosting Bridge City on Tuesday, September 2.

WOS at LCM - August 29, 2014
Sophomore quarterback Jack Dallas ran for two touchdowns and passed for two TD's in the Mustangs 29-12 win over Little Cypress-Mauriceville.

  • Cardinal Classic Cross Country Results from Saturday, Aug. 30.
  • Reserve Ticket sales for the HOME WOS vs PNG Varsity Football game, will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days and times this week: Thursday - 9-12 and 1-3pm; Friday - 9-12pm only. Ticket prices are $5 for Adults and $2 for students. All ticket prices at the gate are $5.
  • Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
  • 2014 Coaches on the Move
  • On Monday, August 25, West Orange – Cove CISD Trustees voted to name the West Orange – Stark High School Football Field Leroy Breedlove Field. Breedlove is a very prominent and popular retired athletic coach and physical education instructor. He was employed with WOCCISD from 1964 to 1998. During his tenure with the District he served at M.B. North High School, M.B. North Middle School, Stark High School, and at West Orange – Stark Intermediate, Middle, and High School campuses coaching multiple athletic events, as well as physical education. His assignments have included football, basketball, and track, as well as mathematics in his early years as an educator. “I am excited, surprised, and honored to receive this recognition. I would like to thank the whole District for the confidence and support that they have shown me through the years,” Breedlove said. The District is currently pursuing the appropriate signage which will reflect both of the names of the stadium and field.
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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Garrison Byerly, 10 year old son of Nathan and Angie Byerly, caught a 24 inch tagged redfish. He was fishing at Texas Bayou near Sabine Pass with his Dad and friends, Chris Sowell and son Kolbie Sowell on Labor Day, Sept 1, 2014. The fish was tagged by Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission.

 
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