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4.15- LCM soft vs Vidor, 7p
4.16- Rockets at NO, 6:30
(last reg. season game)
4.17- Astros vs KC, 6:40
4.18- Astros at Oak, 8:40
4.19- Astros at Oak, 3pm
4.20- Astros at Oak, 2:40
Rockets vs Portland, 8pm

Schedule/Scores
Tuesday
BC 4 HF 2
WOS 6 OF 2
Buna 6 HJ 4
LCM 7 Ozen 4
Ned 1 PNG 0
Liv 4 Lumb 1
Softball
LCM 3 Vidor 2
OF 10 WOS 0
Liv 4 PNG 1
Ned 15 Central 0
BC 15 HF 0
(HR-Frederick(2) Fults, Carpenter)

Friday
BC 5 Silsbee 0
Ned 8 LCM 1
WOS 5 Kelly 3
(HR-J.Dallas,Grant A.)
H-J 11 OF 2
HF 2 Buna 0
Vidor 10 Lumb 4
PNG 19 Central 0
Softball
LCM 18 Central 0
BC 11 Silsbee 0
OF 3 H-J 2
Buna 12 HF 2 (6)
Vidor 12 Liv 0
Ned 8 Lumb 2

 

 


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Behind 9K's from pitcher Coby Roddy, the LCM bears beat Lumberton Thursday 4-0 to give Coach Steve Griffith his 500th career win.  He began coaching the Bears in 1994, which is an average of 24 wins per season.   MORE
 
While the other 21-3A softball teams have a game left, the district champs from Orangefield have a bye so they are finished with regular season play.  Coach Amy McLaughlin says the Lady Bobcats will play the loser of Monday's game between Coldspring and Splendora.  Friday BC will play Hardin-Jefferson, and WOS will go to Buna.  Vidor baseball will host PNG.  LCM and Vidor softball are also off Friday.

Area Track Meets held Wednesday
Regional Track Qualifiers
3A Regional is at Turner Stadium in Humble and the 4A Regional is at Sam Houston Univ. April 25-26

WOS-Boys: 4x100, 4x200, 4x400, T.Fontenot (100), D.Thompson (HJ, LJ), W.Johnson (110H, 300H), C.James (200), D.Spencer (400), D.Bundage (800), A.Hogan (800). Girls: B.McDonald (100), L.Cole (400,LJ,TJ), A.Teal (200), 4x100, 4x200, 4x400.  WOS girls team finished 2nd to Huffman and the boys finished 2nd to Coldspring.
LCM-Boys: E.Reed (shot,disc), M.Brown (shot), D.Gruber (100), A.White (PV).  Girls: B.Williams (TJ), J.Nimitz (LJ), E.Carlton (shot)
BC-Boys: J.Boudreaux (400), C.Wilbur (300H, HJ), B. LeBleu (1600), I.Carruth (PV), M.Busby (TJ). Girls: K.Thornton (PV), A.Henry (HJ, 100, TJ)  J.Koopman (3200),
OF- Boys: M.Sonnier (Disc) Girls: M.Worthy (800), B.Goldsmith (PV), B.Ehrlich (300H).
Bridge City sophomore Skylar Petroski qualified for the 3A State Golf Tournament after a 79-84 finish at Raven Nest in Huntsville.  The 3A State Tournament is April 28-29 at Hyatt Lost Pines Golf Resort.
LCM sophomore Lauren Cox, standing with her parents, will advance to the State Golf Tournament after shooting 74-76 to finish fifth at the 4A Regional Tournament that wrapped up Wednesday in Sealy.  State will be April 28-29 at the University of Texas Golf Club.  Braden Bailey of PNG finished 2nd and will also advance to State.

University of Alabama redshirt freshman Hayden Reed (LCM) has been named the SEC Track and Field Men's Freshman of the Week. Reed earned the honor by carding a pair of marks which make him the nation's top-ranked freshman in both the men's discus and the men's shot put at the Border Clash in Tuscaloosa last Friday, April 11. Reed won both events at the Border Clash, posting a personal-best performance of 60.68 meters (199 feet, 1 inch) in the discus, a mark that ranks third all-time in Crimson Tide history, while improving his personal best by more than five feet from his prior PR set one week earlier and giving him a victory for the third consecutive meet. Reed also won the shot put with a best effort that ranks sixth all-time in Alabama history at 18.68m (61-3.50) with a winning effort that came on his sixth and final effort of the night. In the discus, Reed established the lead on his first throw, an effort of 58.65.

Five Orangefield seniors represented District 21 3A extremely well in the regional tennis tournament in Bryan, Texas this past week by winning their first round matches. Boys’ singles, Jake Quarles and girls’ doubles team, Shelby Fincher and Priscilla Garza all advanced to the quarterfinals. Boys’ doubles team, Cameron Childers and Tyler Vayon made a great run with a fourth place finish in the tournament after suffering a loss in the semifinals match.

The Bridge City Cardinals beat Hamshire-Fannett 4-2 Tuesday to secure the 23rd District Title in school history.
LCM's Kayla Manuel picked a great time to hit her first homerun of the season.  She cranked a Whitney Howerton pitch over centerfield in the fifth to give LCM a 3-1 lead.  Vidor would score in the 6th to cut the lead to 3-2 before Hope Russell closed the door with a strikeout, giving the Lady Bears the 3-2 win.  Taylor Fraccastoro had two hits including a homer and Blythe Ferguson added two hits.  LCM will play Crosby on Apr. 25-26 at Memorial at 7pm.  Game 3 would be Monday if necessary.
20-4A Baseball
PNG 8-3
Livingston
8-3
Vidor
8-3
Nederland 8-3
Lumberton 6-
6
LCM
5-7
Central 1-
10
Ozen 1-
10
20-4A Softball
Vidor 13-1
LCM
1
2
-2
Nederland 1
1-3
PNG
6-
8
Lumberton
6-8
Livingston
6-8
Ozen 2-1
2
Central 0-1
4
21-3A Baseball
BC
9-0
Silsbee 6-3
WOS
6-3
H-F 6-4
H-J 3-
6
Buna
3-7
Orangefield 0-
10
21-3A Softball
Orangefield 11-1
H-J 8-3
Bridge City
8-3
Silsbee 6-5
Buna 3-7
WOS 3-
8
H-F 0-1
1
Coach Shea Landry and the WOS Mustangs are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010 after beating Orangefield 6-2 Tuesday.  The 'Stangs have Buna, Bridge City, and Silsbee left on the district schedule.  More on Tuesday's game...
Little Cypress-Mauriceville senior Troy Angelo, posing with LCM AD Randy Crouch, signed with East Texas Baptist University on Tuesday afternoon. The linebacker for the Bears racked up 32 solo tackles and 29 assists for a total of 61 tackles his senior year. Angelo took the State 198-pound Weight Class Powerlifting title earlier this semester with a total lift of 1,615 pounds.
 
The Orange Demons won the Southwest Louisiana Slug Fest Tournament.

Erasing an early 2-0 deficit, the OYBS Dirt Dynasty captured the 10U championship with a nail biting 4-3 victory over the Lady Pirates. The 2 teams had split their regular season contests. The girls used timely hits along with outstanding defense behind pitcher Camdyn Shugart's 6 strikeouts to bring home the first place trophy. Pictured front row: Jessica Hughes, Samantha Bohn & Paris Overstreet; second row: Faith Sutton, Tatum Howard, Kaleigh Belden, Camdyn Shugart & Halle Lewis; third row: Albany Wagner, Madison Campise, Ashlynn Wilson & Brice Martin; Coaches: James Campise, Hunter Lewis & Brian Wilson.

Last week the Nations Tournament Directors made mention to us that the the Nations Baseball Spindletop Boom Tournament sure could use one team from the Select bracket to volunteer to move up to the Elite Bracket to even things out. The Southeast Texas Beast Green Team accepted the challenge knowing it would be a tough road ahead. After a loss and a tie on Saturday in the pool games, our boys showed up in Beast Mode on Sunday. In the quarterfinal game the Beasts defeated Lake Charles Champions Baseball White 10U Elite 11-6. In the semi-final game the Beasts defeated Houston Marucci Bulls 10U Elite 10-2. In a pressure packed Championship Game that ended on a potential bases loaded triple with a diving catch and great throw double play by Beast right fielder Gunner Johnson. The Beasts won the Spindletop Boom Elite Tournament Championship over Baytown's Topline Barron's 10u Elite Squad 9-4. The Beasts, all from Orange, include: Front row left to right Dean Reynolds, Gage Griffith, Kolbie Sowell, Gunner Johnson, Dylan Graffagnino, and Jody Ray. Back row Coach Brandon Landry, Pop Terrell, Score book keeper Tommie Landry, Ashton Landry, Reid Peco, Layne Pevey, Coach Steve Griffith, and Coach Brandon Landry. In five Nations Tournaments this local team has four first place finishes and one second place finish.

The Orangefield Little Dribbler Senior Boys and Girls, and Junior Girls won their Regional Tournaments and head to Nationals in Levelland Apr. 30.
  • Reminder - The WOS Baseball game, at Buna, on Friday, April 18th, will be Varsity only at 6:00pm. 

  • 3 on 3 Tournament, Saturday, April 26, 2014 at BCMS Gym – 8AM first game. $50 Entry Fee per team. $100 goes to 1st Place Team. 4 people per team (1 sub is allowed). All ages, heights, weights, genders, welcome. $2 admission to watch. (All proceeds benefit BCLD Girls All Star team travelling to Levelland, Texas for National Tournament) NO FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED – this goes for players too! To sign up, please e-mail tony.knight@bridgecityisd.net. If you have questions, call Robin at 409-988-3222

  • LCMYSA will hold registration for football, cheer, and track on May 3 and 10th from 10:00-2:00 at the LCM HS weight room. Any student living in or attending the district that will be 5 by August 1st through completing 7th grade has a sport they can participate in for the upcoming season. For more information check out our Facebook page: Little Cypress Youth Football Association/LCYFA or email LFPeet@aol.com.

  • 21-3A Track Meet Results Area Meet is Wed. in Splendora

  • 20-4A Track Meet  Results  Area Meet is Wednesday at CE King

  • Mid-County Sr Babe Ruth has set registration for Sunday April 13th and April 27th between 4pm-7pm at the Nederland High School baseball field. All returning players must register. New players need to bring copy of birth certificate. For info you may call Jimmy Collins (409) 350-1745 or Clint Landry (409) 893-3598

Candi Hall caught this 8lb 23 1/2 inch bass on the bed using a lizard. Sammy Hall caught these two 6lbers on fishing the grass line using spinnerbaits. Both caught on TBend.

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