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Schedule/Scores
Friday
LCM 53 BC 37
HJ 88 OF 65
Ozen 47 Ned 40
Silsbee 110 HF 46
Girls
LCM 38 BC 31
OF 59 HJ 40
Lumb 70 Central 45

Soccer
Lady Bears 3 BC 1

Tuesday
WOS 50 HJ 76
OF 53 Silsbee 80
LCM 58 HF 39
Vidor 37 Ned 53
Dewey 31 Buna 86
Girls
LCM 42 HF 32
OF 69 Silsbee 57
WOS 57 HJ 28
Vidor vs Ned
Dewey at Buna

Soccer
BC 4 Silsbee 0
 

 


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Josie Nimitz takes it to the hole for two against Bridge City on Friday but it was her defense that held Cardinal sharpshooter Bailey Bacon to zero points as Little Cypress-Mauriceville held on for a 38-31 win.  After a bad start (losing 8-3 in the first quarter) the Cardinals took their only lead in the third quarter, 23-22, after two free throw from Kasey Frederick.  But Tori Thompson hit back to back buckets for LCM, regaining the lead that they would never relinquish.   Thompson lead LCM (9-1) with 11.  Frederick paced the Cards (8-1) with 12.
 
LCM 8 11 7 12 38
BC 3 11 9 8 31
   
24-4A Boys
Silsbee 8-0
H-Jefferson
7-1
LCM 6-2
WOS
3-4

Orangefield 2-6
Bridge City
1-6
H-Fannett
0-8
24-4A Girls
LCM 9-1
Bridge City
8-1
H-Fannett 5-4
Orangefield
5-5

H-Jefferson 3-6
WOS
3-6

Silsbee
0-10

Games are often won at the free throw line. Friday night the Orangefield Lady Bobcats won the battle of free throws with the Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks and thus the game 59 to 40 at Bobcat Gym. The Lady Bobcat victory gives Orangefield a game and half lead for the final district playoff spot with two games to play.
Orangefield (5-5) made 31 of 41 free throws or 76 percent. Hardin-Jefferson (3-6) could only make 17 of 37 from the charity stripe. Both teams drew over 20 fouls in the game with four Lady Hawks fouling out and one Lady Bobcat forced to take a seat because of fouls.
The Lady Hawks came out soaring and hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter. Jane Carney made a bucket, was fouled, and added the free throw for a 3-point play with five seconds left in the first to give Hardin-Jefferson a 16-9 lead. The referees called eight fouls on Orangefield in the first period.
Things began to turn the way of the Lady Bobcats in the second stanza. First the referees began whistling a different tune and calling fouls on the Lady Hawks. Orangefield was red hot from the line. Morgan Worthy was 4 for 4 while Brandy Erhlich and Shellie Lummus both were good on their four free throws together in the second. Madison Ousley who hit a 3-pointer in the first found the mark from beyond the arc two more times in the quarter. Worthy made two of her free throws with 2:02 to play before half to give the Lady Bobcats their first lead 21-20. A late field goal by Brook Erhlich gave Orangefield a 25-22 advantage headed to the locker room.
The parade to the free throw line for the Lady Bobcats continued in the third and fourth quarters. Worthy made 7 of 8 to help Orangefield roll up 22 points in the third. Emile Adrio tallied 6 points in the second half, all from the free throw line. Brandy Erhlich made her first 8 free throw attempts and was 11 for 14, all 11 of her points on the night came from the free throw line. Orangefield got the lead to twenty points 54-34 with three minutes to play before Coach Brian Ousley began playing his bench. Several of which got on the scorebook with points.
High scorer in the game was Worthy for the Lady Bobcats with 13 points. Both Brandy and Ousley scored 11 points. Carney was the lone Lady Hawk in double figures with 12 points.
Tuesday night Orangefield has another key matchup with the Lady Mustangs at West Orange-Stark. The Lady Bobcats won the first meeting on their home court. An Orangefield victory Tuesday would all but clinch the fourth and final playoff spot for the Lady Bobcats. Orangefield also won the junior varsity game over Hardin-Jefferson Friday night 26-21. -Dan Perrine, KOGT-

LCM Lady Bears soccer defeated Bridge City Friday 3-1. Goals were scored by: Kourtney Baldwin, Sheyenne Gros and Megan Brzezinski. Assists were made by: Carlee Chaddrick, Megan Brzezinski and Alex Saucier. the defense was led by: Ally Wray, Mayra Hernandez, Alexis Cox, Makenzie Hearn, Lexxie Rosario, and Veronica Ibarra. Other key players were: Makenzi Hammer, Hallie Stack and Dherin Wright. The Lady Bears are now 1-1 in district play. Their next district game will be Tuesday, Feb 3rd against Hamshire Fannett at 6:00.

Orange native Wade Phillips is back in the NFL.  He's been hired to run the defense for the Denver Broncos.  Phillips has been the Broncos DC before.  He's also coached under Gary Kubiak before, when the two were with the Houston Texans. 
Earl Thomas prepares to play in his second straight Super Bowl on Sunday.  Here's a transcript from his appearance at Media Day.
   

Bridge City High School's Powerlifting Team participated in the Vidor Invitational Powerlfting Meet on Thursday, January 29th. The results are as follows for the girls: Freshman, Shania Dies placed 2nd by lifting a total weight of 450 lbs.; Sophomore, Hope Hill placed 1st by lifting a total weight of 435.; Senior, Rikki Bodin placed second by lifting a total weight of 590 pounds.; Freshman, Jacey Broussard placed fourth by lifting a total weight of 565 pounds; Freshman Morgan Henley placed fifth by lifting a total weight of 435 pounds; Sophomore, Carlee Dearing placed second by lifting a total weight of 650 pounds; Sophomore, Brianna Cross placed fourth by lifting a total weight of 360 pounds; Freshman, Ali Tolleson placed first by lifting a total weight of 475 pounds. Overall the girls placed second at the meet. For the boys, Nolan Moore placed first, Jacob Trahan placed first, Danny Nguyen placed second, Hollis Snell placed first, Trevor Graves placed second, Luke Potter placed third, Colt Poole placed second and Zane Trahan placed second. Overall the boys placed first. The Bridge City Powerlifting Team will compete again on February 12 at the Nederland Invitational.

The Bridge City Lady Cardinal Golf team, consisting of Alicia Smith, Kelly Zoch and Chrisly Mays hosted the 1st Spring Golf Tournament at Belle Oaks Golf Course with 13 schools participating. They were Anahuac, Buna, Silsbee, Livingston, Memorial, Ozen, Vidor, Nederland, Westbrook, Lumberton, LCM, PNG & Bridge City. 3rd place team- Westbrook shooting 450 was Maret Montanari, Sierra Wenner, Jordan Collier, Krystal Choate & Sarah Woods. 2nd place team- LCM shooting 429 was Lauren Cox, Ashley Young, Kacie Nichols, Hope Henry & Theresa Beckett. 1st place team- PNG was Karlei Hemler, Brynna Bailey, Railie Guidry, Taryn Robison, Rian Weatherford. Individual Honors went to: 3rd place- Brynna Bailey shooting 89 for PNG; 2nd place- Lauren Cox shooting 82 for LCM; 1st place - Karlei Hemler shooting 81 for PNG.

  • The West Orange-Stark Mustang baseball program will host its annual alumni game at Ronnie Anderson Park on February 21st at 12:00 noon. The game will be (Odd Vs. Even graduate years) If interested in participating please contact Coach Landry at shla@woccisd.net or by phone (409)988-5095.

  • LCM Baseball will hold the Second Annual Vince Buffamonte Alumni Home Run Derby and Alumni Baseball Game on Saturday February 21.  The home run derby will start at 9:30am and the game will begin at approximately 12 noon.  All LCM Baseball Alumni are invited to participate in all of the activities.  The winner of the home run derby will have his name added to the plaque on the concession stand.  If interested in participating this year please contact Chris Buechner at 409 670-2287 or cbuechner@lcmcisd.org

  • Orangefield High School is set to host the first annual O.H.S. Big Bat Bash on Saturday, January 31 at 4:00 p.m. O.H.S. baseball players will participate in a hit- a –thon followed by a home run derby including Orangefield alumni. All alumni are encouraged to participate. To register or for more information, former players can contact head coach, Todd Trawhon, at 409-735-4504 or todd.trawhon@orangefieldisd.net. Barbeque dinners will also be available at the event.

  • District 32 and Little League, Inc. are presenting the Little League Road Show, Saturday, Feb. 7th , 9am at the Bridge city Elementary. This program is offered only 6 times in the state of Texas each year, so this will be a great opportunity to have your questions and concerns discussed by national leaders of the game. Little League believes that all board members and parents should understand their roles in how the leagues operate. All people that live in Orange County are eligible to play Little League with the Bridge City Little League. Bridge City has the only Little League in the county. If there are those that are interested in forming another league in Orange County, or joining the Little League family, this Road Show will be a great place to have their questions answered. All aspects of the operations of the local league will be covered by league representatives from Williamsport and Waco. There will be open discussions about the Little League new rules and regulations and their affects on the local leagues. All interested people must sign up online to attend. There is a ten dollar registration fee and registration must be done online at: http://www.active.com/bridge-city-tx/baseball/baseball-clinics/southwestern-region-road-show-bridge-city-tx-2015. Feb. 1st will be the last day to register online, and fees at the door will be $20. Walk-ins will be welcome if there are 25-35 people registered online. Lunch is included in the registration fee. District 32 will also offer a free Umpire clinic in the gymnasium at BC Elementary at 9am. Little League World Series umpires will conduct the clinic. This umpire clinic can be applied to your training section of the league’s ASAP plan. Further information is available by calling Jerry McInnis, District 32 District Administrator, at 409-882-2237 or 409-735-5402.

  • The Annual Glenn Pearson Alumni Basketball Game in Bridge City is Feb. 7.  Any male who graduated from BCHS & received a Varsity letter in BC Boys’ Basketball is eligible and encouraged to play.  For more information contact Coach Tony Knight at 735-1661 or 1644 or email tony.knight@bridgecityisd.net

  • The Bridge City Baseball Program will host its annual Chuck Young Alumni Classic on Saturday, February 21st. The events will begin at 11:00am with an Alumni Homerun Derby and the Alumni Game will follow at around 12:30pm. If you are interested in participating in either or both of these events please contact Chris Moore at chris.moore@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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