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11.26- Rockets at Kings, 6:30
11.27- Texas vs TCU, 5:30
11.28- WOS vs LaMarque, 7p
11.29- WOS/LaM replay, 7a
Rockets at Milw, 7:30
11.30- Texans vs Tenn, noon

Friday
WOS 34 LaMarque 0
HJ 28 LaGrange 36
Kirbyville 20 Rockdale 27
Newton 49  Franklin 21
EC 54 CamYoe 21
Gilmer 41 Gladewater 35
Celina 56 Iowa Park 27
Yoakum 43 Cuero 34
Sweetwater 49 Vernon 27

Saturday
Jasper vs Henderson
2pm, Lufkin

Crosby vs Brenham
6pm, Shenandoah

Friday Scores
WOS 34 Giddings 14
LaGrange 49 OF 7
LaMarque 19 Sweeny 7
HJeff 20 Bellville 10
Jasper 21 Stafford 7
Navasota 49 ChapHill 28
El Campo 28 Carthage 21
Kirbyville 74 Whitney 48
Rockdale 55 Buna 28
Crockett 48 Clifton 44
Rogers 40 CCamden 14
Newton 56 Dublin 13
Angleton 32 Dayton 31
Saturday
EC 24 Little River 14

Castle Hill 76 CCS 28

 

 


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Reports from Sabine Lake, T-Bend and Sam Rayburn.
Th-Fri-Sat from Dickie Colburn and Ann Wilson.

 

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Cardinals

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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Mustangs Whip LaMarque 34-0! LaGrange Next!

WOS holds Cougars to less than 100 yds of offense!
 

NCAA- Games of Local Interest NFL

Thursday, Nov. 27
6:30 PM No. 5 TCU at Texas
6:30 PM LSU at Texas A&M
Friday, November 28
1:30 PM Arkansas at No. 20 Missouri
2:30 PM Stanford at No. 9 UCLA
2:30 PM No. 13 Arizona St at No. 15 Arizona
Saturday, November 29
11AM Michigan at No. 6 Ohio State
11AM No. 18 Ga.Tech at No. 10 Georgia
11AM South Carolina at No. 22 Clemson
2:30 PM Florida at No. 3 Florida State
2:30 PM No. 4 Miss St at No. 8 Ole Miss
2:30 PM No. 7 Baylor vs. Texas Tech*
2:30 PM No. 11 Michigan State at PennState
2:30 PM No. 25 Minn at No.16 Wisconsin
2:30 PM Notre Dame at No. 19 USC
6:45 PM No. 14 Auburn at No. 1 Alabama
7:00 PM No. 2 Oregon at Oregon State

Thursday, Nov. 27
Chicago at Detroit 11:30 am
Philadelphia at Dallas 3:30 pm
Seattle at San Francisco 7:30 pm
Sunday, Nov. 30
Cleveland at Buffalo 12:00 pm
San Diego at Baltimore 12:00 pm
Carolina at Minnesota 12:00 pm
Washington at Indianapolis 12:00 pm
Tennessee at Houston 12:00 pm
N.Y. Giants at Jacksonville 12:00 pm
Oakland at St. Louis 12:00 pm
Cincinnati at Tampa Bay 12:00 pm
New Orleans at Pittsburgh 12:00 pm
Arizona at Atlanta 3:05 pm
New England at Green Bay 3:25 pm
Denver at Kansas City 7:30 pm
Monday, Dec. 1
Miami at N.Y. Jets 7:30 pm

 
WOS Special Teams vs LaMarque, Nov. 28, 2014
WOS Special Teams set up almost every Mustang touchdown in their win over the Cougars!
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

Five Lamar Cardinals football players have been named to the 2014 All-Southland Conference football team, highlighted by first-team selection Mark Roberts. In addition to Roberts, senior quarterback Caleb Berry and junior receiver Reggie Begelton garnered second-team honors on offense, while sophomore defensive lineman Omar Tebo and sophomore safety Xavier Bethany earned second-team defense honors. A preseason CFPA Receiver of the Year Award candidate, Roberts, a WOS grad, has lived up to the hype in his final season with Lamar. The former Houston transfer, Roberts became one of the nation's best big-play threats. Roberts became the first receiver in Lamar history to record 1,000 receiving yards in a season. The Orange native finished the season with 46 catches for 1,157 yards and 13 touchdowns. Midway through the season, Roberts put together a game against Houston Baptist that will not soon be forgotten. Roberts hauled in five catches for 205 yards and four touchdowns becoming the school's all-time leader in touchdown receptions. Making those numbers even more impressive is the fact that Roberts didn't play a snap in the second half. He was named conference and national player of the week for his efforts. Roberts wraps up his senior season tied for sixth nationally in touchdown receptions and ninth in receiving yards.

The Bridge City Lady Cardinals advanced to the Regionals last season.  Coach Jennifer Willis believes making it to the Regionals will help this season’s Lady Cardinals.  Willis feels the kids are experienced ball players as half the team is back with postseason experience, they like the pressure and they love to play, she points out adding it was a good experience for those kids.  Willis has Alexus Henry, Shayla Bratton, Sarah Acosta, Bailee Bacon, and Kasey Frederick who all played significant roles in last season’s playoff run.  Coach Willis tells what those five girls provide for her team.  “Leadership for one, those five girls are great leaders, all five of them,” Willis emphasizes.  She says Alexus is in a different role this season playing a different position.  Shayla has taken a great leadership role on the court running the point guard with Bailee Bacon.  Coach Willis thinks the Lady Cardinals are not rebuilding, they’re reloading, stating the Lady Cardinals are competitors and will take the leadership roles and go with them.  There are several talented young ladies stepping up to the varsity at Bridge City according to Willis.  Tresha Bonton new to the Lady Cardinals varsity is a great defensive player and a good outside shooter at guard.  Freshman Kassidy Wilbur will see playing time on the varsity.  Juniors that will play according to Willis are Shelby Dishon, Carlie Fults, Kaitlan Thayer, and Madison Trahan.  Bridge City played in a strong district last season, and with the addition of the LC-M Lady Bears this season, Coach Willis thinks the district race will be even tighter.  Willis predicts that many of the teams last season were young and will be better this season, and with so many teams with good players and strong coaching it’s anybody district.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville third baseman/pitcher Brennon Moore has verbally committed to play baseball at Panola Junior College in Carthage.
 
Region 3 Football Brackets
   
Harrison Gauthier got his first buck on 11/25/2014. He is a 5th Grader at Bridge City Intermediate School. His first deer ever was a doe he shot 15 minutes earlier. The buck is an 11 point. He harvested both deer in London, TX.

  • Tuesday: BC Varsity Boys Basketball moves their record to 2-1 after defeating Lumberton. Score by Quarter: BC 20 25 14 16 = 75; Lumb 18 13 23 10 = 64. BC High Scorers: Dagan Smith (11-13 FT's) 23 points -- Dallas Grider 20 points, Graydon Glover, Philip Jacobs, Conner Wilbur each had 6. Lumberton High Scorers: Yarbro 12, Sonnier 10, Whitmire 15 (5 3's) Coach Knight said, "I've been waiting for a game like this - we finally got it going. We had a couple of spurts where we put the game away. Lumberton was right there in the 4th quarter - Luckily Dagan kept hitting his free-throws to ice it."
  • Monday: Orangefield Lady Bobcats lost to EChambers 44-43. OF outscored EC 22-11 to make a big comeback but came up short. Offensive standouts for the Lady Bobcats Morgan Worthy 14, Brook Ehrlich 10, Brandy Ehrlich 7 and Emilee Adrio 6. Defensive standouts for the Lady Bobcats Shellie Lummus, Bethany Green and Jade Ousley. The next contest for the Lady Bobcat will be at home on December 2nd vs. the Vidor Pirates.
  • Rag Ball Tournament Date: December 13, 2014. Start Time: 11:00 am. Place: Bridge City Little League. Tourney Price is $150.00 for teams and $10.00 for Homerun Bracelets. Teams will supply their own Ragballs. We will have a Concession Stand set up with Links, Drinks and Snacks.
  • Bridge City Little League is now offering online registration for Spring 2015 for Orange County residents and students, with an early bird discount of $10 per child if you register them by 12/31/14.  Coaches, umpires, and other volunteers may complete their application online also at this time.  More information can be found at www.bcll.org.

  • Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
  • 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
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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