Listen to High School Sports
and KOGT Radio

Smart phone & Ipad users

 

KOGT2  Broadcast
Gm.2 smartphone and Ipad

 
KOGT Sports
Program Schedule
& Scoreboard
10.25- LCM/Jasper replay, 7a
Texas at Kansas State, 10a
10.26- Texans at Titans, 12p
10.30- Charlie Strong, 7p
10.31- WOS at H-J, 6p pre

Friday
LCM 13 Jasper 29
OF 42 Liberty 13
BC 16  Huffman 61
WOS 54  HFannett 21
Vidor 14 Central 28
Deweyville 34 Hemphill 16
Ozen 10  PNG 34
Lumb 27  GCM 32
Silsbee 30 Cleveland 13
Buna 14  EC 35
Warren 20  Anahuac 56
Hardin 0 Kirbyville 59
Woodville 6  Kountze 56
Newton 44 C-C 26

Thursday
LaPorte 42 WBrook 13
Ned 46 BayLee 7

 

 


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

 

Lamar
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 *

 

Guess Who Winner
Lynn Scales
Trivia Winner
Russell Perry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big plays carried the West Orange-Stark Mustangs to a 54-21 win over the Hamshire-Fannett Longhorns Friday night at Dan R. Hooks Stadium.  The Mustangs’ victory sets up a showdown with the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks next week in Sour Lake for the district championship.

West Orange-Stark (7-2, 3-0) scored eight touchdowns in the game, the shortest of which was 19 yards.  Hamshire-Fannett (4-4, 0-2) managed to put 21 points on the board against the vaunted Chain Gang defense of the Mustangs, but the Longhorns defense gave up over 450 yards for the contest, including 250 in the first half alone. more

 

   
The Orangefield Bobcats ran over the Liberty Panthers Friday 42-13 for their first win in District 9-4A D2.

Orangefield (5-3, 1-2) will have Friday off before hosting Hamshire-Fannett for Senior Night at F.L. McLain Stadium.

   
Remaining Volleyball Schedule
Friday
LCM beat Silsbee 3-0
BC lost to H-Jeff in 3
Orangefield is off
WOS vs H-Fannett
Vidor lost to Central in 3
Deweyville vs Kountze (Sat)
Tuesday, Oct. 28
LCM vs H-Jeff
BC vs WOS
OF at H-Fannett
Vidor vs Baytown Lee
Deweyville vs Buna

NCAA
Saturday
Texas at Kansas St. 11:00
am
Texas Tech at TCU 2:30 pm
West Virginia at Oklahoma St. 2:30 pm
Mississippi St. at Kentucky 2:30 pm
Abil Chr. at Sam Houston St. 3:00 pm 
SE Louisiana at S.F. Austin 3:00 pm
McNeese St. at Incarnate Word 6:00 pm 
Ole Miss at LSU 6:15 pm
South Carolina at Auburn 6:30 pm
Alabama at Tennessee 6:30 pm

NFL
Sunday, Oct. 26
Detroit at Atlanta 8:30 am Wembley Stadium
St. Louis at Kansas City 12:00 pm
Chicago at New England 12:00 pm
Buffalo at N.Y. Jets 12:00 pm
Miami at Jacksonville 12:00 pm
Seattle at Carolina 12:00 pm
Minnesota at Tampa Bay 12:00 pm
Baltimore at Cincinnati 12:00 pm
Houston at Tennessee 12:00 pm
Philadelphia at Arizona 3:05 pm
Indianapolis at Pittsburgh 3:25 pm
Oakland at Cleveland 3:25 pm
Green Bay at New Orleans 7:30 pm
Monday, Oct. 27 Washington at Dallas 7:30 pm

The 24-4A Cross Country Meet was held Wednesday at Claiborne Park.  LCM's James Armstrong (17:27) won the boys competition while the Bridge City boys won the team title, taking second thru sixth place (Nick Marcotte, Conner Wilbur, Daniel Oliphant, Jordan Fontenot, and Ruben Valencia).  LCM's Olivia Keltz (13:06) finished second behind Audrey Albanese (13:03) of Hardin-Jefferson.  Morgan Worthy (13:33) of Orangefield was fourth.  BC finished second as a team behind Hamshire-Fannett.  Results
   
   
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

  • Thursday: The Orangefield JV football team hosted the Liberty Panthers on Thursday night and came away with a 35-8 victory. Micheal Teeples started off the scoring for the Bobcats with a 20 yard touchdown run. Jacob Rainey added the extra point. On the next Bobcat possession, Kelly Tiller had an 18 yard touchdown run with a Jacob Rainey extra point to take a 14-0 halftime lead. Kelly Tiller added a 49 yard touchdown run to start the 3rd quarter and a Rainey kick. Evans also had a 23 yard touchdown run and a Rainey kick. Raydon Clanton finished off the scoring with a 16 yard pass from Christian Louvier. Jacob Rainey added the extra point. Defensive standouts for the Bobcats were Tyler Jenkins, Jonathan Hussey, and Luke Pennington. The JV Bobcats are 5-3 on the year and finish off the year at Hamshire-Fannett on November 6th.
  • Thursday: WOS JV 40 - Hamshire-Fannett 6. For WOS: Malachi Hodge 4 yard TD run, Tre Guillory converted 2 pt conversion; Jarron Gilbert 76 yard TD run; Jeremiah Shaw 66 yard TD run, Shaw converted 2 pt. conversion; Dameon Morris 28 yard TD reception; Jaylin Matthews 11 yard TD reception; Malachi Hodge 21 yard TD run. Offensive Standouts: Ledarian Carter, Morris Joseph. Defensive Standouts: Paul Ivory, Devien Teate, Tokeba Hughey, Jerrick Spencer, Torrien Burnett. Record 9-0.
  • Thursday: Orangefield Junior High traveled to Liberty Thursday night and came away 1-1. The 7th grade picked up a 22-0 win. The offense played well, and was led by two touchdowns from Cade Grozier and one from Chase Broussard. The defense played well as a whole, but was led by big plays from Heston Puckett and Logan Duffey. The 8th grade lost by a score of 28-20. The offense was led by Johnny Armstrong and Blake Bradley who both scored for the Bobcats. Logan Risinger was opportunistic by recovering a fumble in the end zone to give the Bobcats another score. Defensively Kyle Pickard played well and Lane Rach forced a fumble. The Bobcats will have next week off, the play their season finale the following week against Hamshire Fannett.
  • Thursday: The WOSMS Stallions hosted the Hamshire-Fannett Short Horns for their final home game of the year. The 7th grade team played first winning 15-0 Keontae Strother rushed for the first TD and Jackson Tims connected with Da'vion Riggs for the 2 point conversion. Wilbert Ned added another TD and Jacob Holland added the point after. Defensively the Stallions were led by Kristopher Taylor and Zyon Moore. The 8th grade team finished the night with a 35-6 win. Justin Sibley, Brettlin Wiley, Ja'vonn Ross and Deiondr'e Hawthorne each rushed for a touchdown with Wiley throwing a TD pass to Jordan Johnson as well. Ross converted two 2 point conversions and Damioun Apodaca kicked one point after. Defensive standouts for the Stallions were Ross, Hawthorne and Johnson. The Stallions will play their final game of the season next Thursday at Hardin Jefferson.
  • Bridge City ISD will honor and recognize the 10-year anniversary of the school’s 2004 Boys Cross Country State Championship. Members of that team will be introduced and recognized at halftime of Friday night’s varsity football game against Huffman. That team, under the leadership of Coach Rick Miller and Coach Cody Knight were part of long tradition of successful Cross Country teams that continues to this day. The district plans on recognizing it’s past state champions on each 10-year interval of the anniversary of that achievement and especially looks forward to 2016 when it will honor the 50th anniversary of the 1966 Football State Championship. The community of Bridge City is encouraged to attend this Friday’s game in support of all our performing groups and to recognize and honor our 2004 Cross Country State Champions.
  • WOS will have only one 9th/JV (combination) football game vs. Hardin-Jefferson on Thursday, October 30th beginning at 5:30pm.
  • Katelyn Dickerson, senior from Orangefield HS, has committed to continue her academic and softball career at Florida State College at Jacksonville. She will become a member of the Blue Waves softball team next fall. She aspires to be a dental hygienist. She has been on the varsity Lady Bobcat softball team since her freshman year. She plays select ball for Team TFS out of Houston coached by Scott DeVore. She is the daughter of Christina and Patrick Standley, granddaughter to Kelly and Larry Ferguson, Danya and Faron Monceaux.
  • Orangefield Little Dribblers, Sign-Ups, ****Online Only**** October 2nd – November 6th. NO LATE SIGN-UPS. Ages: 4 – 14 as of August 1, 2015. Cost: $80.00 1st child; $50.00 2nd child; each additional child $25.00 each. To sign up visit http://ldb-orangefield.sportssignup.com/ . Click Register Online. Student must live in or attend Orangefield ISD. Please email OrangefieldLD@gmail.com if you have any questions or problems with signing up.
  • Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
  • 2014 Coaches on the Move
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
   
Print out of local football schedules, plus Cowboys and Texans.
   
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

_______________________________________________________________________

 

 
Proud to bring you the following
 
"All information on this web site is copyrighted  by KOGT.com and may not be used in any way except with written permission of KOGT."
Thanks for tuning us in....You are #