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After Saturday’s game to determine seeding from District 24-4A for the softball playoffs the Orangefield Lady Bobcats may want to play more games at the Lady Bears’ softball field. Despite the game being played at Little Cypress-Mauriceville, Orangefield was the designated home team, and the Lady Bobcats played like they had a home field advantage winning handily 7-1 to earn the third seed in district.
Freshman pitcher Kaylee Ancelot was strong in the circle for the Lady Bobcats pitching a complete game and striking out 9 Lady Bears. Ancelot scattered six hits and importantly gave up no free passes via walks or hit batters. Orangefield was also flawless in the field, in fact Gabby Kespelher made a web gem in left to rob Blythe Ferguson of a hit, and Autumn Foster took a possible hit away from Danyelle Hodges with a nifty play at third base.
LC-M got on the board first when Mikaela Stegall slapped a leadoff single, was sacrificed to second by Chelsy White, and came around to score on a base hit by Ferguson in the top of the first inning. The lead was short lived for the Lady Bears.
Orangefield jumped on Lady Bears’ starter Jenna James for four runs before an out was recorded in the bottom half of the first. Katelyn Dickerson was hit by a pitch and was safe at second when Kespelher’s grounder was thrown wild trying for a force out. Ancelot loaded the bases with single to center. Ashton Gautreaux unloaded the sacks with a triple just fair down the right field line. Baileigh Perkins drove Gautreaux home with a single.
After Haley Fontenot singled to right, Jayce Perry replaced James in the circle. She promptly got a double play as Makayla Dyer at third fielded a groundball, touched the bag for one and threw to first to complete the twin killing. Perry got a fly to right to end the inning, but not until Orangefield had taken a 4-1 lead.
The Lady Bobcats added a run in the fourth. Kylie Bradley doubled down the left field line and pinch runner Kristin Broussard went to third on a bunt single by Frost. Dickerson missed a homerun by just a few feet driving Stegall to the fence in center to catch her fly ball. Broussard scored on the sacrifice fly.
Perry seemed to tire late as Orangefield scored two more runs in the sixth. Lauren Stout singled to open the frame. With one out Frost laid down a bunt. Stout collided with the Lady Bears’ Angel Villanueva who was trying to cover first base. Both ended tangled up together about 15 feet from first. Frost reached safely since there was no one to throw the ball at first and the umpire ruled obstruction on the Lady Bears awarding Stout second base. Another sacrifice fly by Dickerson moved both runners up a base. Kespelher cleared the bases with a double to the right center field fence to make the score 7-1.
Orangefield will represent District 24-4A as the third seed by virtue of its win Saturday evening. Little Cypress-Mauriceville will be the fourth seed. The Bridge City Lady Cardinals who suffered their only loss in district at the hands of the Lady Bobcats are the district champions. The Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks whose only district losses were against the Lady Cardinals finished in second place.  OF will play Splendora in a 2 out of 3 series Thursday, April 30th, 6pm at CE KING HS. The 2nd and 3rd games will be Saturday May 2nd, same site with a 2pm start and possible game to follow at 4pm.

24-4A Baseball   24-4A Softball  
Silsbee 7-3 Bridge City 11-1
Bridge City 7-3 Hardin-Jefferson 10-2
West Orange-Stark 6-4 Orangefield 7-5
Little Cypress-Mauriceville 6-4 Little Cypress-Mauriceville 7-5
Hardin-Jefferson 6-5 Silsbee 5-7
Hamshire-Fannett 3-8 West Orange-Stark 1-11
Orangefield 1-9 Hamshire-Fannett 1-11

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears needed a win Friday night to keep their hopes of making the playoffs from District 24-4A alive.  They rode the arm and the bat of Coby Roddy to an 8-1 win over the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks at Don Gibbens Field.  The Bears swept the Hawks in their two district games. The two teams came into Friday night’s action with Hardin-Jefferson (6-5) a half game ahead of LC-M (6-4).  After the victory the Bears now lead the Hawks by a half game for the fourth and final playoff spot.  Next week LC-M has two games and Hardin-Jefferson plays one game to close out the district schedule. Coach Steve Griffith got a quality start from Roddy who went 6 1/3 innings allowing just one run in the first inning.  Roddy struck out 9 Hawks.  Just as valuable were Coby’s contributions with the bat.  His two-run homer in the first put the Bears on top and his double in the fourth drove in another run for added insurance.  He singled in the sixth, and pinch runner Seth Dronett eventually came around to score the last run for LC-M. After Roddy’s blow to dead centerfield in the first, Brennon Moore immediately followed with a towering fly ball to left field that just cleared the fence for a homerun.  Grant White swung a big stick for LC-M with a double in the third that led to a run and another double in the fourth inning to bring Drake Trawhon and Roddy home to give the Bears a 7-1 lead. Little Cypress-Mauriceville is tied with the West Orange-Stark Mustangs and the two teams are scheduled to play Tuesday night at Don Gibbens Field.  The Bears close out the regular season next Friday at Orangefield.  Hardin-Jefferson plays its final district game Tuesday at Silsbee.

Chase Shugart pitched and helped hit the Bridge City Cardinals past West Orange-Stark Friday night 2-1 in eight innings.  The soon-to-be Texas Longhorn pitched a one hitter, walked one, and struck out 15 in the win.  Shugart also got on base with a single in the bottom of the eighth and scored the winning run on a bases loaded walk.  Mustangs pitcher Grant Anderson went toe-to-toe with Shugart until he ran out of pitches in the eighth and was replaced by Payton Robertson.  Robertson was put into a tough spot after WOS intentionally walked two to load the bases for Tod McDowell who looked at ball four for the game winner.  WOS is now tied with LCM at 6-4 and they will face each other Tuesday at LCM on KOGT.

Chase Angelle (Orangefield) was the poster boy for the old adage "getting better as the game goes along," and was rewarded in the bottom of the ninth when the Lamar baseball team punched in the contest's lone run on the way to a 1-0 win over Incarnate Word Friday night in Southland Conference action at Vincent-Beck Stadium. Angelle (5-4) was perfect in three of his last six innings-which included the ninth- and ran into danger one time after fourth inning. He sat down UIW (13-27, 4-15 Southland Conference) 1-2-3 in the fourth, sixth and ninth innings, and only allowed only one base runner in the fifth and eight frames.
Trey Baldwin, a key member of the West Orange-Stark State Finalist football team, has checked out of WOS and checked in to Cy Falls High School in the Houston area according to WOS Coach Cornel Thompson.  The 6-1, 220 athlete has received an offer from La. Tech and interest from many other schools.
LCM's Ethan Reed, BC's Alexus Henry and Will Johnson and Aaliyah Teal of WOS were all double winners Thursday at the 4A Area Track Meet.  Orange County will be sending a host of athletes to the Regional Track Meet.  Results
West Orange - Stark High School's Kalen Garrett signed to play football with Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri.
LCM's Jonas Stichling was named Offensive Player of the Year and Luis Sanchez Utility Player of the Year on the 20-4A All-District Soccer Team.  The Bears placed five on the First Team and the BC Cardinals had two. 

  • The Earl Thomas Football Camp is June 26-27 but the sign up deadline for the free camp is April 30.  Applications to sign up can be picked up at the KOGT Studios on Meeks Dr. and the WOS and LCM Athletic offices.

Districts for other sports
Bridge City
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



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