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STATE SEMIFINALS
WOS 42 Sinton21
Newton 48 Blanco 21
Gilmer 67 Celina 14
Argyle 23 Graham 20
Navasota 49 Liberty Hill 26
Ennis 41 Canutillo 13
Cedar Park 35 Crosby 21
Cedar Hill 64 Westfield 33
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Gilmer beats WOS 35-25 for the 4A D2 Championship
Trey Baldwin of West Orange-Stark is consoled after the Mustangs lost to Gilmer Friday in the title game.  WOS held a 25-7 halftime lead and was outscored 28-0 in the second half following three turnovers.

9-4A Coaches All-District Football Team

Jumping out to an early lead the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Lady Bears coasted to a 44-28 win over the Orangefield Lady Bobcats at the Bear Cave Friday night.  The Lady Bears remain undefeated in district play through two games with the win.  LC-Mís Grace Chen picked up where she left off in the second half of the district opener against West Orange-Stark.  Chen hit a 3-pointer for the first basket of the game and then added a second field goal to put the Lady Bears up 5-0.  Sheridan Rogers made a couple baskets to help give LC-M (2-0) a 12-point lead after one period.

Orangefield (0-2) hung close in the second quarter with Morgan Worthy sinking two 3-point buckets and totaling 9 of the Lady Bobcats 14 first half points.  Orangefield outscored LC-M 11-7 in the second frame. The third period was the truly decisive quarter.  The Lady Bears were tenacious on defense holding Orangefield without a bucket, the Lady Bobcats lone points coming on a free throw by Shellie Lummus.  LC-M got good bench scoring from Kaitlin McCallon with 6 points.  Tori Thompson who was limited to just two points in the first half scored four points in the third including two free throws to close out the quarter and give LC-M a 36-15 lead with one quarter to play.

Not giving up the Lady Bobcats actually won the final stanza with Hanna Lowe tallying six of her 7 points in the frame including making four of four from the charity stripe.  Emile Adrio also hit a 3-pointer to finish with 5 points on the night.  Worthy who scored 10 in the district opener against Bridge City finished one better with 11 points to be the high scorer for Orangefield Friday night.

Having to play with a facemask because of a broken nose Chen finished in double figures for the second straight district game and was high scorer with 12 points.  Rogers tossed in 9 and Josie Nimitz played a strong game for the Lady Bears with 6 points and several assists. The LC-M Lady Bears will take off for the week of Christmas.  Their next game is a non-district game with the Lumberton Lady Raiders on December 30.  The Lady Bears play at Hamshire-Fannett on Friday, January 2, for their next district game.  The Lady Bobcats take off until next year when they play at Orangefield on January 2 against district opponent the Silsbee Lady Tigers.

Bridge City's Alexus Henry drives the lane Tuesday as the Lady Cardinals opened district with a 51-43 win at Orangefield.  BC (1-0) jumped out to a double digit lead early and had a 26-16 lead at half.  BC's kasey Frederick got into foul trouble and OF (0-1) made a run in the third quarter before Henry and Shelby Dishon hit some clutch buckets in the fourth for the win.  Henry lead all scorers with 19 and Dishon tallied 9.  Emilee Adrio led the Lady Cats with 11 and Morgan Worthy scored 10.  Orangefield's ninth and JV teams defeated the Cards.


The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Lady Bears broke open a close game with a strong fourth quarter to win their opening game of district 52-35 over the Lady Mustangs at West Orange-Stark Gym Tuesday night.  Both teams used the first quarter to find their pace resulting in a rather low scoring opening stanza 9-4 in favor of the Lady Bears.  In the second quarter West Orange-Stark got some good movement from Lauren Samuel who tallied 5 of her 7 points to be their leading scorer at the half.  Tori Thompson for LC-M was a force at both ends of the floor with rebounds on the defensive boards and 11 points to lead all scorers at the half.  The Lady Bears went to the locker room upping their lead to six points 21-15.  West Orange-Stark played its best quarter in the third outscoring LC-M 12-11 to cut the lead to just five again.  The Lady Mustangs actually got it to 24-22, but could never get any closer.  Daishia Broussard was a spark for WO-S stealing the ball for the opening basket of the period and finishing with 6 points all in the second half.  Eriel Jordan was high scorer for the Lady Mustangs tallying 15 points, 11 in the second half.  The key to the fourth quarter for the Lady Bears was the play of guard Grace Chen who played the contest with a protective mask on her face.  Chen matched Jordan with 11 points in the second half, was responsible for several steals, and at least two beautiful assists for layup baskets by teammates.  Grace finished the night with 14 points.  Thompson completed a strong night with 19 points and led all rebounders.  Coming off the bench Sheridan Rogers played a good fourth quarter adding 6 points including an icing on the cake layup to beat the buzzer.  The Lady Bears return home to play the Orangefield Lady Bobcats Friday night.  The Lady Mustangs are scheduled to travel to Silsbee Friday to play the Lady Tigers.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High Schoolís Special Olympics team, named Team Force, is on a winning streak. The team, coached by Jason Yeaman and Michael Ridout, won the State Flag Football Championship this past weekend in Waco. The team got to practice in Baylorís indoor football facilities where the Baylor Bears hone their skills. Team members are, from left to right, #2 Ethan McKinley, #4 Richard Warner, #17 Austin King, #56 Clyde Jones, #44 Dustin Ducharme, #9 Korey Denton, #12 Hayden Wheeler, #76 Courtney Chauvin, #7 Malerie Corbell, #1 Landon Alford, and #24 Aaron Wilson. Not to be outdone by their football-throwing classmates, Team Force bowlers brought home their own medals from Saturdayís Special Olympics competition. They include Eddie Shaw, who won a silver medal in his division, Blake Cassidy who also earned a silver in her division, and Kallie McNabb who was the gold medal winner in her division.

Clutch on and off the field, Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant was named the clubís 2014 Walter Payton Man of the Year, as well as the 2014 December Community All-Star. During the fifth annual Community Honors Dinner on Monday night, Bryant became the second player in Falcons history to win the award two years in a row, recognizing the kicker for his dedication and commitment to off-the-field community service throughout the 2014 season. By winning this yearís award, Bryant is among 31 other players in consideration for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, which will be announced during halftime at Super Bowl XLIX. "Itís an honor to be recognized off the field." Bryant said. "Everybody sees what you do on the field on Sundays, but to be able to recognize what youíre doing on your time off, helping people out however it is that you can, itís always an honor."

Second year Coach Randy Ragsdale sees improvement in this seasonís edition of the West Orange-Stark Lady Mustangs.  Coach Ragsdale is expecting good things from his starting five at West Orange-Stark.  Ragsdale says he starts with Eriel Jordan who is an outstanding young lady and a great ball player.  She can work inside and she can work outside.  AíDreama Beverly works hard as a guard for the Lady Mustangs.  Lauren Samuel is a returning starter from last season.  Nakaiya Platt has moved back to the district and will help fill a starting spot for Coach Ragsdale.  A newcomer who will start is Aaliyah Teel, she works hard and is a good athlete.  There is some depth to call on for the Lady Mustangs according to Ragsdale.  Daishia Broussard is a player that will come in and give the Lady Mustangs quality minutes.  Betty McDonald has speed and will help the club.  Alecia Tezeno is a sophomore, but Ragsdale expects her to do well.  Elashia Colbert and Jazz Haney a senior will give good contributions off the bench, theyíll help the Lady Mustangs Coach Ragsdale states.  Despite a lack of seniors Coach Ragsdale believes the Lady Mustangs will be better this season.  West Orange-Stark started the season slow losing its first four games.  The Lady Mustangs got their first win against Warren and then went to the Nederland Tournament where they won their first four games before losing to a very strong Lumberton club.  Coach Ragsdale thinks the Lady Mustangs will be a lot better as the season progresses than they were last year because the girls are a little more mature.  He is playing more juniors than sophomores this season, but Ragsdale still only has two seniors.  The Lady Mustangs are still growing, and Coach Ragsdale says his kids are going to play hard.
 

2014-15 College Football Bowl Schedule

   
Wk 15 #6 Deionte Thompson, WOS vs Sinton, Dec. 12, 2014
Wk 14 #18 Will Johnson, WOS vs. LaGrange, Dec. 5, 2014
Wk 13 #32 Trey Baldwin, WOS vs Giddings, Nov. 21, 2014
Wk 12 #2 Colby Choate, Orangefield vs Kashmere, Nov. 13, 2014
Wk 11 #14 Coby Roddy, Little Cypress-Mauriceville vs. Huffman, November 7, 2014
Wk 10 #57 Octavious Crosson, WOS at Hardin-Jefferson, Oct. 31, 2014
Wk 9 #4 Tyler Chandler, LCM at Jasper, Oct. 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

   
LCM's Robert Green leads a team of seven Bears who made the 2014 4-A Div 1 Dist 10 All-District Football Team
   

  • Monday: Orangefield Junior High traveled to Silsbee Monday night and came away 2-2, with both B teams winning and both A teams losing. In the opener, the 7th grade B team won 20-19. Cade Kile led the Bobcats with 8 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 steals. Tyler Greenwood also played well, scoring 5 points as well as recording 5 rebounds and steals. The 7th grade A team faced a tough test as they fell 57-7. Clayson Choate scored 3 points, and Kadeon Evans and Colby Gonzales added two each. The 8th grade B team won by a score of 23-18. A team effort was led by Colton Meyers with 5 points and 3 rebounds. Josh Blackwell, Ryan Braxton, and Lane Rach each scored 4 points for the Bobcats. In the finale, the 8th grade A team lost 45-33 to a good Silsbee team. Mason Gonzales played well with 15 points and 5 rebounds despite early foul trouble. Blake Bradley had his best game of the year with 13 points and 4 steals in a great defensive effort. The Bobcats will play again after Christmas break when they host Hardin Jefferson on January 8.
  • Monday: The Stallions played Hamshire-Fannett and came away 3-1. The 7B team started the night out winning 28-11. Malerick Rhodes and Labarius Spraggins each scored 9 to lead the team. In the second game the 8B team won 41-13. Jalen Jefferson and Tre'von Lee each scored a team high 8 points. The 7A team played next with a strong second half to win 26-14. Keontae Strother lead the team with 8 points and Keontae Strother added 7. The Stallions lost their final game of the night 30-38 in the 8A game. Deiondr'e Hawthorne lead the team scoring 13 and Terron Brown added 9.
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  • 2014 Coaches on the Move 
Final District Standings
9-4A-II
West Orange-Stark 4-0
Hardin-Jefferson 3-1
Orangefield 2-2
Hamshire-Fannett 1-3
Liberty 0-4
10-4A-I
Jasper 6-0
LCM 4-2
Huffman 5-1
Silsbee 3-3
Cleveland 2-4
Bridge City 1-5
Splendora 0-6
11-3A-II
Newton  5-0
C-Camden3-2
Garrison3-2
Crockett 3-2
Deweyville 1-4
Hemphill 0-5
22-5A
Nederland 6-1
Central 6-1
PNG 5-2
GCM 4-3
Ozen 4-3
Vidor 2-5
Lumberton 2-5
BayLee 0-7
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
 

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