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5.22- BC vs Huffman, 7pm
5.23- WOS vs Bellville, 7:30
5.24-Astros at Detroit, noon
5.25-Astros at Balt, 12:10
Rockets vs Warriors, 7:30

Schedule/Scores
WOS 4 Bellville 1

Friday
Bellville 2 WOS 0
WOS 14 Bellville 2
Huffman 3 BC 2 (8)

Saturday
BC 5 Giddings 1
Softball
Huffman 5 BC 0
Huffman 3 BC 1

 


"Let's Go Fishing!"
Reports from Sabine Lake, T-Bend and Sam Rayburn.
Th-Fri-Sat from Dickie Colburn and Ann Wilson.

 

Guess Who Winner
Beth Rach
Trivia Winner
Russell Perry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mustangs Win!
Beat Bellville 4-1.  Jack Dallas with a complete game and 14K's while KJ Miller went 3-3 and hit his first homerun of the season.  WOS will play Carthage in the next round. 

The WOS Baseball team will play Carthage on Thursday, May 28th at 8:00pm at Driller Park, Kilgore, Tx. The second game will be played on Saturday, May 30th at 3:00pm at McNeese State University. A third game, if necessary, will be played 30 minutes after the conclusion of the second game at McNeese. 

WOS splits with Bellville on Friday in Games 1 & 2  Story 

4A High School Baseball - Who's Left?
REGION I
Ft. Stockton/Snyder (5/25) vs Venus
Bushland vs Abilene Wylie
REGION II
Melissa vs Pl. Grove
Argyle vs Van
REGION III
WOS vs Carthage
Center vs Huffman
REGION IV
El Campo vs Sinton
Brazosport vs Hidalgo

BC season comes to an end Friday, losing 3-2 to Huffman in 8 innings.  The Falcons scored all three runs on errors. And while the Cardinals out hit the Falcons 6-4, they left 8 on base, 7 in scoring position.  In the big pitching match up, Chase Shugart gave up 4 hits, with 8K's and 3 walks in 8 innings.  Huffman's Matthew Bumpas pitched 7 innings, gave up 2 runs on 6 hits with 7 walks and 7 strikeouts.  Huffman will play Center, who beat Lufkin Hudson in 2 games.

Bridge City senior Chase Shugart has been named to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star team. It's the twelfth time a Cardinal has bee selected to play in the game.
   
Softball Region Finals
CLASS 5A
REGION I FINAL
Aledo vs. Azle
REGION II FINAL
Hallsville vs. Lovejoy
REGION III FINAL
Santa Fe vs. FB Ridge Point
REGION IV FINAL
Vista Ridge vs. CC Flour Bluff-Georgetown winner
CC vs. GT series will finish Mon.
CLASS 4A
REGION I FINAL
Kennedale vs. Snyder
REGION II FINAL
Krum vs. Tex. Pleasant Grove
REGION III FINAL
Huffman vs. La Grange
REGION IV FINAL
Needville vs. Liberty Hill
CLASS 3A
REGION I FINAL
Colorado City vs. Commanche
REGION II FINAL
TBA vs. Whitewright
REGION III FINAL
E.Bernard vs. White Oak
REGION IV FINAL
Halletsville vs. Florence
   
Sarah Woods will play volleyball at the University of Louisiana – Monroe. This years’ stats include 500 kills - 52.8 kill percentage, 66 aces, 85 blocks, 147 digs and 29 assists. She was the district MVP and will be the first Lady Bear to play in the Coaches All-Star game in Austin on July 16.
Tori Thompson will play basketball at McLennan Community College in Waco. Tori earned First Team All-District, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Region 3 All-Region, and Scholastic All-District.
   
Thursday the Orangefield School Board hired Jennifer Fikes Willis as the new Girls Athletic Coordinator and Head Girls Basketball Coach.  Willis, an OF alum, comes to Orangefield from Bridge City where she was the girls basketball coach the past three seasons.  Willis told KOGT, "It was tough to leave the kids and administration but this is a great opportunity for me."  Athletic Director Josh Smalley said, "We're fortunate to get someone like Coach Willis."
   
At the Bridge City Athletic Banquet Tuesday, retiring trainer Gene "Trapper" McKinley (left) was honored for his 15 years with BCISD and 30 years overall in the profession.  Athletic Director Richard Briggs said, "We've been blessed to have Trapper as our athletic trainer. His commitment to bringing our student-athletes back from injury and, more importantly, that proper rehabilitation take place to ensure a quality of life far into adulthood has remained his focus. We thank him for his tireless efforts through the years and wish all the
best to him and Cindy into retirement." More award winners from the banquet.
   
West Orange - Stark High School's David Bundage signed a track scholarship with Cowley College in Kansas. Bundage won district in the 800 and advanced to the Regional Meet after a second place finish at the Area Meet.
 
Area Coaches and Athletes will be competing in the Southeast Texas Coaches Association All-Star Weekend June 11-13 that includes a football game, boys and girls basketball game, volleyball and a softball game. 
Click here for rosters
   
Bridge City golfer Conner Guillotte is the recipient Leadership/Character Award presented by First Tee and the Babe Didrikson Zaharias Foundation.  PGA Professional Ed Campbell presented Guillotte and PNG's Brandon Soileau with the award during a banquet held Tuesday at the Cardinal Club on the Lamar University campus.
   
A TexAgs panel that includes coaches, former players, A&M football historians and media members were tasked with compiling the list of A&M’s 100 greatest players and ranking them in order. Look who made number ten!

10. Kevin Smith, 1988-91, CB: A product of West Orange-Stark High School, Smith is arguably A&M’s best cornerback ever. He was named All-SWC 3 times and was a consensus All-American in 1991 when he was a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award. He’s the Aggies’ all-time interceptions leader with 20. He returned three for touchdowns. Smith also returned three punts for touchdowns. He was taken 17th overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 1992 NFL Draft. He played nine seasons with the Cowboys, was on three Super Bowl-winning teams and was named All-Pro once.
10. Kevin Smith, 1988-91, CB
9. Charlie Krueger, 1955-57, DT/OT
8. Jacob Green, 1977-79, DE
7. Von Miller, 2007-2010, LB/DE
6. Ray Childress, 1981-84, DE/DT
5. Luke Joeckel, 2010-12, OT
4. Dat Nguyen, 1995-98, LB
3. John David Crow, 1955-57, RB/LB
2. John Kimbrough, 1938-40, RB
1. Johnny Manziel, 2012-13, QB
   
2015 All-District 24-4A Softball Team
Superlatives
MVP – Taryn Huff (HJ) Sr.
OFFENSIVE MVP – Kassidy Wilbur (BC) Fr.
DEFENSIVE MVP – Katlin Kerl (Sils) Sr.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR – Caroline Spacek (HJ) Fr.
COACH OF THE YEAR – Miste Henderson (BC)
FIRST TEAM
PITCHER – Kellyn Cormier (BC) Sr.
CATCHER – Katelyn Dickerson (OF) Sr.
1ST BASE – Alisha Fuss (LCM) Sr.
2ND BASE – Madey Greene (HJ) Jr.
3rd BASE- Kasey Frederick (BC) Sr.,
Ashton Gautreaux (OF) Sr.
SHORTSTOP – Mar’laysia Davis (WOS) Sr.
OUTFIELDER – Baili Thibodaux (BC) Jr.; Karly Smith (HJ) Sr.;
Gabby Kespelher (OF) Sr.; Mikaela Stegall (LCM) Sr.
DESIGNATED PLAYER – Makenna Cowart (HJ) Jr.
UTILITY PLAYER – Blythe Ferguson (LCM) Sr.
Second Team

Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors

Game 1 – Tue  May 19 Houston at Golden St   8:00PM     
Game 2 – Thu  May 21 Houston at Golden St   8:00PM     

Game 3 – Sat  May 23 Golden St at Houston   8:00PM     

Game 4 – Mon  May 25 Golden St at Houston   8:00PM     

Game 5
 *Wed  May 27 Houston at Golden St   8:00PM     
Game 6
- *Fri  May 29 Golden St at Houston   8:00PM     

Game 7 *Sun  May 31 Houston at Golden St   8:00PM     

   
State Track Meet Local Athlete Winner
4A Girls High Jump 1st Alexus Henry, BC 5-10.5 Henry, new 4A record
4A Girls Triple Jump 4th Alexus Henry, BC, 38-7.5 Axle- Columbus, 41-9.75
4A Boys Shot Put 1st Ethan Reed, LCM, 57-7.5
6th Marvis Brown, LCM, 51-2
Reed
4A Boys Discus 2nd Ethan Reed, LCM, 166-8
7th Marvis Brown, LCM, 154-9
Bridges- Yoakum, 168-5
3A Girls Discus 3rd Mallory Dotson, DV, 128-10 Swoopes- Whiteright, 135-11
4A Girls 100 5th Aaliyah Teel, WOS, 11.96 Gordon- Prep, 11.42
4A Girls 400 4th Aaliyah Teel, WOS, 56.94 Roberson- Wheatley, 54.97
4A Boys 300 9th Will Johnson, WOS, 40.82 Ives- Andrews, 37.45
 

  • 2015 West Orange-Stark Athletic Banquet - Results

  • The Orangefield Boy's Basketball Camp will be held from June 1-4 from 1:00-4:00 each day for all boy's who have completed Kindergarten-8th Grade. Registration will begin on June 1st at 12:30 in the gym lobby. Cost is $45 per camper for the week. Campers will be instructed by former players and current coaches.

  • Sign - Up for Little Mustangs Football and Track every Saturday until May 30th from 9am until 1pm. Sign-Up at 6th Street Community Church. For more info contact Dedmon Lee at 201-0018.

  • Coach Cammie Palmer has announced the dates for this year’s Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Lady Bear Volleyball Camp. Due to construction at the high school, the camp will be held at the North Orange Baptist Church gymnasium, 4775 North Sixteenth Street, Monday through Friday, June 8 through 12. Incoming seventh through ninth graders will meet 8:00 to 10:30 a.m. and the cost is $65. Incoming fifth through sixth graders will meet from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at a cost of $55. Incoming third through fourth graders will meet from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. and camp cost is $45. There are two new camps offered this year. One is a passing camp, held Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. and costs $50. The Setting/Hitting Camp will also meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. and costs $50. Campers who register prior to June 1, will receive a camp shirt. The camps will feature Fundamentals, Strategies and Competition. The registration form can be downloaded from the high school webpage under Athletics/Volleyball at http://lcmhs.lcmcisd.org/page/103280_3. For additional information, contact Coach Palmer at 409-920-2331 or cammiep@lcmcisd.org.

  • The Bridge City Lady Cardinal Basketball Camp will be held June 8-11 at the BCHS Gym along with the “Little Girls” Camp at the BCE gym. The cost for the Cardinal Basketball Camp is $65 for approximately eight hours of camp. Camp times for Incoming 4th-9th graders will be from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. This cost includes a BC basketball camp T-shirt as well as a brand new rubber basketball. Sign up before May 22th. This allows time for the t-shirts to get printed. If you don’t want the camp package, there is no deadline. Just show up on the first day of camp with $60 (instead of $65) & this form filled out. (Please understand if you choose this option, your camper will not have a shirt or basketball while most others will). The cost of the “Little Girls” Camp is $55. This cost includes a brand new rubber basketball & camp T-shirt. The times of the camp will be Pre-K-1st graders from 5 p.m.-5:50 p.m. 2nd-3rd grade will be from 6 p.m.-6:50 p.m. Make checks payable to: Tony Bradley, 2690 Texas Avenue - BC, TX 77611. Email questions to: tony.bradley@bridgecityisd.net

  • The Bridge City Cardinal Boys Basketball Camp will be held June 1-4 at the BCHS Gym along with the “Little Guys” Camp. The cost for the Cardinal Basketball Camp is $65 for approximately eight hours of camp. Camp times for Incoming 4th-6th graders will be from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. For incoming 7th- 9th graders it will be from 5:10 p.m.-7:10 p.m. This cost includes a BC basketball camp T-shirt as well as a brand new rubber basketball. You may send your child to both camps for $95 total. Sign up before May 11th. This allows time for the t-shirts to get printed. If you don’t want the camp package, there is no deadline. Just show up on the first day of camp with $60 (instead of $65) & this form filled out. (Please understand if you choose this option, your camper will not have a shirt or basketball while most others will). The cost of the “Little Guys” Camp is $55. This cost includes a brand new rubber basketball & camp T-shirt. The times of the camp will be Pre-K & Kindergarten from 4 p.m.-4:50 p.m. 1st & 2nd grade will be from 5 p.m.-5:50 p.m., 3rd grade will be from 6 p.m.-6:50 p.m. Make checks payable to: Tony Knight, 2690 Texas Avenue - BC, TX 77611. Email questions to: tony.knight@bridgecityisd.net

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
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
 

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