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Bears Nip Mustangs 6-5 Saturday

     It was a preseason game which may serve as a bit of a preview of the competitiveness in the District 24-4A baseball race.  Saturday the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears hung on to beat the West Orange-Stark Mustangs 6-5 at Don Gibbens Field.
     Neither Coach Steve Griffith of LC-M nor Coach Shea Landry of the Mustangs pitched their ace in the game, but both teams got quality outings from pitchers that will be called on when the district rolls around to add some depth to the rotation.
     Brennon Moore started for the Bears and gave Coach Griffith four shutout innings.  He tired in the fifth and left the game with the bases loaded and LC-M leading 6-1.  With the score 6-5, Mitchell Lee came in and quieted the Mustang rally in the fifth.  Lee would earn the save pitching 2 1/3 scoreless innings.
     For West Orange-Stark Payton Robertson relieved starter Austyn Wolfford in the third inning and closed out the game for the Mustangs.  Robertson was touched for just one hit in his 3 2/3 innings of work on the mound.
     The hitting star was Vinny Hale for the Bears.  Hale delivered clutch two-out hits in both the second and third innings to drive in three runs.
     The Bears scored the first run in the bottom of the second.  Lee led off with a walk and went to second on an error when Coby Roddy hit a liner to third which was caught for an out, but Aidan Anderson in trying to double up Lee made a poor throw that got away from Ryan Ragsdale at first.  Lee advanced to third when Darren Blagburn made a leaping catch on a fly to right by Hayden Anderson.  Hale lined a single to left to plate Lee.
     LC-M tacked on five runs in the third.  Peyton Choate hit a leadoff double that just eluded Grant Lapoint Teate in deep left centerfield.  Drake Trawhon found the gap in right center to drive in Choate and legged it out for a double.  Grant White singled sending Trawhon to third.  Moore made the score 3-0 with a fly ball to the left field fence.  After Lee walked Roddy drilled a shot off the centerfield fence.  Pinch runner Pate Arena scored, but Lee could only advance as far as second leaving Roddy with a 350-foot single and a run batted in.
     Robertson relieved Wolfford and struck out Anderson for the second out.  Lee and Roddy moved up a base on a passed ball.  Hale brought both runners home with a single to left field to make the score 6-0 after three innings.
     The Mustangs rallied in the top of the fifth.  K. J. Miller got it started by reaching first base after swinging at a strike three that got away from Bearsí catcher Grant White and moved to second on a wild pitch.  Lapoint Teate hit a shot back through the box that Moore just missed grabbing that went into centerfield for a hit.  A strong throw kept Miller at third, but Lapoint Teate advanced to second on the throw.  Robertson grounded a single into left scoring Miller and sending Lapoint Teate to third.  Moore was pulled after he walked Grant Anderson to load the bases.
     Tyler McCorvey got Aidan Anderson to hit into a fielderís choice for the first out Lapoint Teate scored to make it 6-2.  Kam Williams walked to load the bases.  Robertson scored on a wild pitch.  Ragsdale hit a slow grounder to shortstop where Moore was moved after coming off the mound.  He fielded the ball, but then off balance made a high throw that went all the way to the fence by the dugout.  Anderson scored and the Mustangs had runners at second and third with just one out.  Dallas got an rbi with a ground out to second scoring Williams to make the score 6-5 and sending Ragsdale to third.
     After Blagburn was hit-by-pitch Lee moved from first base to become the Bearsí third pitcher.  Blagburn stole second to put the go ahead run in scoring position, but Lee struck out Miller to end the inning.  In closing out the win for the Bears Lee retired seven of the eight Mustang batters he faced, only walking Aidan Anderson.   -Dan Perrine, KOGT-

The OF Bobcat baseball team went 1-2 at the Shepherd Tournament.  They lost to Conroe Northside 11-1.  They also lost to Huntington 5-4.  OF had 3 hits (Mack Patterson, Tryce Howard, and Dylan Anthony.)  The Bobcats beat the host Pirates 10-3 as Howard got the win on the mound and Caleb Hussey went 5-5 at the plate.

The LCM Bears (14-19) gave the #2 ranked Sterling Raiders all they wanted in the first half, but the talented Raiders were just too good in the second half as they knocked off the Bears 46-27 at East Chambers HS.  Marlon Sanders lead LCM with 11 points. 
LCM's Mitchell Lee had a memorable day Friday.  In the Bears two wins, Lee was 5-6 with 2 HR's, 2 doubles, and 8 RBI's.

Because of the weather in the northern part of the state, LCM and WOS baseball teams will not be traveling this weekend for their scheduled tournaments.  Instead they will have a three team tournament with WOS, LCM and Diboll with all games played at LCM.  Schedule is below.

WOS 6 Diboll 11
LCM 3 Diboll 5
Diboll 4 WOS 6
Diboll 0 LCM 10
LCM 5 Elysian Fields 1
WOS 7 Elysian Flds 2
LCM vs WOS, 11am

The Orangefield Varsity Tennis team brought home four first place medals this week at the Orange County tournament. Girls B Doubles team, Abby Green and Ashlyn Turley and Boys B Doubles, Slade Granger and Dakota Harrison won their respective divisions. Green and Turley defeated Hardin Jefferson and Hamshire Fannett before winning the championship in a super tie breaker against Bridge City. Granger and Harrison beat Kountze and Lumberton with a championship win over Hamshire Fannett. Playing in the Boys B singles was Sean Edgerton. He won his first match before losing to Silsbee in the quarterfinals. Mixed Doubles team, Cameron Choate and Alex Catt also experienced some success with a win over Buna before losing in the quarterfinals against Bridge City. Orangefield will take the week off before playing in Vidorís Spring Break tournament March 13th.

The Bridge City Girl's Powerlifting Team put up a great fight at the Regional Meet held in Palacios, Texas of Thursday, February 26 and had two qualify for State. Junior, Emily Warren came in third place and is a state qualifier because she lifted a total weight of 805 pounds. Emily also broke the Regional Record on Bench, by benching a total weight of 160 pounds. Senior, Jacey Walker, was the Regional Champion for the 114 weight class. She lifted a total weight of 715 pounds. Jacey also received the Outstanding Deadlift Award by deadlifting a weight of 310 pounds and she also received the Outstanding Lifter Award for the 97-148 weight classes. These two young ladies will lift at the State Meet on March 20th. Also at the Reg. Meet, in the 97 pounds weight class, Freshman, Shania Dies placed 3rd by lifting a total weight of 475 pounds. In the 105 weight class, Sophomore, Hope Hill, finished 8th, even though she was injured, by lifting a total weight of 440 pounds. In the 165 weight class, Junior Sarah Sams, placed 9th by lifting a total weight of 650 pounds and Sophomore, Carlee Dearing placed 10th by lifting a total weight of 625 pounds. In the 181 weight class, Sophomore, Sam Hargrave placed 7th by lifting a total weight of 620 pounds. In the 198 weight class, Freshman, Ali Tolleson placed 9th, by lifting a total weight of 460 pounds.

Lauren Groom (132lb class) from Orangefield High School, with her Coach John Davis, qualified to compete at the State Powerlifting Championship in Corpus Christi on Friday March 20th  after lifting 695lbs in Palacios on Thursday.

The Atlanta Falcons have signed kicker Matt Bryant to a contract extension. Bryant, 5-9, 203 pounds, was signed by the Falcons as a free agent at the end of the 2009 season after spending time with the New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since joining the Falcons, Bryant has been one of the most consistent place kickers in the NFL converting on 88.6 percent of his field goal attempts (148 of 167). During that time, Bryant has become the second leading scorer in franchise history, posting 666 points sitting 140 points shy of Morten Andersenís club record (806).

Tuesday the LCM Bears beat Coldspring 40-37 in bidistrict action. Cameron Parker led the Bears with 15 points and Andrew Daspit added 8. The Bears will play Houston Sterling on Friday at 7pm at East Chambers HS.  You can hear the game on KOGT.

Monday night in 4A Bi-district action, West Orange-Stark lost to Cleveland 70-67 in Kountze.

24-4A Boys Final
Silsbee 11-1
LCM 7-5
WOS 6-6

Orangefield 5-7
Bridge City
24-4A Girls Final
LCM 11-1
Bridge City
H-Fannett 8-4

WOS 4-8
Silsbee 0-12

  • The Texas High School Coaches Association has named its Academic All State basketball members. Making the team from Orangefield includes Matthew Kress on the Boys Second Team. Girls Second Team members include Brook Ehrlich, Brandy Ehrlich, and Morgan Worthy. Honorable Mention: Emilee Adrio, Ashton Gautreaux and Jade Ousley.

  • The WOS Basbeall team will play Jasper at home on Monday, March 2 at 6:00pm. Varsity only.

  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Hunter Education Safety Class Wed & Thurs March 11 & 12 from 6:30 PM until 9:30 PM in Orangefield. Must attend both sessions. Certification is required if you are at least 17 years old and were born on or after Sept. 2, 1971 to hunt in Texas. You can become certified at 9 years old. Call Danny Odom at 409-883-8118 to register or info. This is not just for hunters, anyone with firearms can benefit from this class.

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
Jonathon Simon and Cade Durio of Orange finished second in the Texas Team Trail Tournament on Toledo Bend last weekend with a 26.28 stringer.



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