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Schedule/Scores
Friday
LCM 5 Silsbee 8
BC 6 H-Jeff 0
WOS 1 HF 2
Buna 7 Kirbyville 3
Warren 6 Deweyville 0
GCM 7 Vidor 6
Softball
BC 7 HJ 3
LCM 9 Silsbee 3
WOS 21 HF 15
Vidor 10 Lumb 2
Warren 7 Deweyville 5
 

Tuesday
Baseball
WOS 5 OF 4
Silsbee 3 BC 1
HJ 5 HF 1
Lumberton 5 PNG 3
Softball
LCM 9 Jasper 0
BC 3 Silsbee 2 (9)
OF 10 WOS 3
H-J 11 H-F 0
Vidor 16 Central 0

 


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Bridge City's Kelsey Smith won the Long Jump and LCM's Ethan Reed won the Shot and the Discus at the Battlin' Bear Relays Friday.  See the full results here.
 
Bridge City senior Alexus Henry participated in the Texas Relays in Austin and brought back the gold in the girls high jump.  The defending 3A State Champion jumped a personal best 5 feet, nine and a half inches.
   
Bears Lose To Tigers 8-5

LCM jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning thanks to a towering homerun by senior Brennon Moore.  Starting pitcher Coby Roddy ran into trouble in the third when his hand started cramping up.  He loaded the bases and then walked in three runs and an error scored a fourth.  Roddy was replaced by Hayden Anderson who gave up two more runs in the fourth inning, giving the Tigers a 6-3 lead.   LCM (1-2) didn't threaten until the sixth when Roddy drove in a run to make it 6-4.  LCM had runners at second and third when Moore struck out looking.  Silsbee added two in the seventh and Grant White hit  a solo HR for the Bears.  Trevis Sundgren got the win for the 4-0 Tigers

The Hardin-Jefferson Hawks brought their big bats averaging over 10 runs a game in District 24-4A action to Bridge City Friday night. The Cardinals brought the big arm of their pitching ace to the ball yard. Advantage Cardinals as they handed the Hawks their first loss in District 24-4A 6-0 at Cardinal Field.  Cardinal ace Chase Shugart was superb on the mound striking out 13 batters including striking out the side in the seventh inning on nine pitches. Shugart yielded a first inning single, a walk in the second, and a Hawk reached on an error in the third. After the error the last 13 Hawks had a short trip back to the dugout. Bridge City (2-1) took advantage of balls and bobbles to score the only run it needed in the bottom of the first. Jonah Watts leadoff with a four-pitch walk and went to second when Shugart was hit by a pitched ball. Watt and pinch runner Derick Dearing executed a double steal to put runners at second and third with one out. With two outs Blake Pruett hit a grounder to shortstop, but the ball was booted and Watts scored to give the Cardinals a 1-0 lead. This would be the start of a trend for Bridge City. The Cardinals got their leadoff man on in every inning except the sixth, when they got a man on with two outs, and each time the Cardinals would bring him around to score. Six innings, six runs, one each inning. Watts drove home two of the runs with singles in the second and in the fourth inning. In the third Tod McDowell doubled to the left centerfield fence and came home on a solid single to right center by Corbin Voegeli. McDowell also scored in the fifth on a wild pitch after reaching base with a base on balls. Shugart drilled a single off the right field fence in the sixth, missing a homer by about three feet. Dearing pinch ran and stole second before scoring on a two-out single by Kyle Bergeron. Hardin-Jefferson (3-1) will host the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears. Bridge City plays the West Orange-Stark Mustangs at Ronnie Anderson Park on Tuesday.

24-4A Baseball   24-4A Softball  
Hardin-Jefferson 3-1 Bridge City 5-0
Silsbee 4-0 Hardin-Jefferson 4-1
Bridge City 2-1 Little Cypress-Mauriceville 4-1
Little Cypress-Mauriceville 1-2 Orangefield 2-3
West Orange-Stark 1-2 Silsbee 2-4
Orangefield 0-3 Hamshire-Fannett 0-5
Hamshire-Fannett 1-3 West Orange-Stark 1-4

The Bridge City Lady Cardinals twice rallied from behind using homeruns to defeat the Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks 7-3 Friday night at Cardinal Softball Field in a battle of undefeated teams in district.  The Lady Hawks scored two unearned runs in the bottom of the first to take a 2-0 lead.  The Hardin-Jefferson advantage lasted until the Lady Cardinals’ Kasey Frederick blasted a 2-run homer in the third to tie the game at two.  The deadlock lasted until the sixth when Hardin-Jefferson scored to go up 3-2.  In the bottom of the sixth Hannah Carpenter hammered a 3-run blast to regain the lead for Bridge City 5-3 with nobody out.  Two batters later Skylar Kahla went yard into the same play ground in dead center that Carpenter nailed her homer to make it 7-3.  Kassidy Wilbur closed out the Lady Hawks in the seventh to earn the victory in the circle for the Lady Cardinals.  Bridge City remains undefeated in district 5-0, while Hardin-Jefferson drops to 4-1.     

Friday West Orange-Stark outscored Hamshire-Fannett 21-15 for their first district win.  Coach Joseph Viator reported Maddison Neal went 5-5 and hit for the cycle!
     
Orangefield Tennis did well in the freshmen district tournament on Thursday. Luke Truncale won the Boys’ Singles division with a win over Bridge City in the finals. Doubles team, Zach Dischler and Dylan Williams finished second. In the JV tournament, Justin Dupuis advanced to the semifinals.
     

24-4A District Golf Tournament at Wildwood - Final
The Regional Meet will be held April 13 and 14 at Raven’s Nest in Huntsville.
Full Tournament Results Here

Girls Teams:
LCM  424-389  = 813  (regionals)
Hamshire-Fannett 476-440 = 925 (regionals)
Hardin-Jefferson  503-469 = 972

Individuals:
Lauren Cox, LCM 75-73 = 148 (regionals with team)
Abby Alton, H-F   90-89 = 179 (regionals as medalist)
Alicia Smith, BC  101-100 = 201 (regionals as medalist)

Boys Teams:
BC  342-352 = 694 (regionals)
LCM  373-359 = 732 (regionals)
Silsbee 374-358 = 732


Individual:
Skylar Petroski, BC 70-71 = 141 (regionals with team)
Josh Burns, H-J 80-79 =159 (regionals as medalist)
Griffin Patterson, OF 86-88 = 174 (regionals as medalist)
Joey Johnson of Vidor caught this 11.48 largemouth on a chatterbait in Six Mile.

  • Tuesday: The Orangefield JV Baseball team traveled to West Orange-Stark on Tuesday and got their second district win 6-2 over the Mustangs. At the plate the Bobcats were led by Antonio Arvizo who had two hits and one RBI. Andrew Hoyland chipped in with two RBI on one hit and Wyatt Willoughby scored two runs. On the mound Jacob Rainey went the distance picking up his second district win in two outings. Rainey threw four innings of 4 hit ball striking out seven. The Bobcats are off on Friday and will play Tuesday at home against Hampshire-Fannett.

  • The WOS baseball team will host their alumni weekend beginning Friday, April 10th. Activities will start at 7:00p as the Mustangs host Hardin Jefferson with special events planed for the evening. Saturday's activities will begin with a home run derby at 10:00a followed by the alumni game starting at 12:00p. For more information or if you plan on attending please contact Coach Pickering at rypi@woccisd.net

  • OF's Kress, WOS' Rutledge Co-MVP's Of Coaches 24-4A Basketball Team

  • It’s time to brush up on your golf swing for the 15th Annual Kiwanis Golf Tournament scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2015. The four-person scramble tournament will be held at the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, TX with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The tournament is part of the club’s annual campaign to raise funds that directly support children. According to Club president Johnny Trahan, “The Kiwanis Golf Tournament has become a fun and important annual event which supports children not only locally, but globally.” “One of our club’s biggest projects is a Backpack Program that feeds local school children on the weekends by making sure they have easily accessible food placed in their backpacks each Friday,” Trahan said. “Thanks to the continued generosity of many people who have made the golf tournament successful, we are able to make a significant difference in improving the quality of life for others.” The fee is $300 per team and tee sign sponsorships are available for $100. A sports memorabilia auction is also being held in conjunction with the tournament. For more information on registering or sponsoring the golf tournament, visit the Kiwanis Club of Orange, TX Facebook page or call (409) 886-4411.

  • Orangefield High School's Youth Leadership students will be hosting a 5K to support the Wounded Warrior Project on April 18th. Registration will kick off at 7:30 a.m. and the walk/run will begin at 8:30 at the Orangefield High School field house. The cost is $20 for a team of 6-8 people, individual participants, $6, and Veterans & current Military, FREE. All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. If members of the community would like to participate they may register the day of the event. Please email Olivia Gravett, OHS Activities Coordinator, at ogravett@orangefieldisd.net with any questions.

  • Community Christian School will be hosting its Lions Pride 6th Annual 5k color Run. Saturday, March 28th, 2015, 9:00 a.m. At Claiborne Park 4105 North St. Vidor, TX . For any questions contact amanda_britnell@yahoo.com or jescojune@aol.com for more information. Community Christians event will be raising money to help with Athletic needs for the school. Some of the most imminent needs are: field lights, bleachers for the football field, new equipment, uniforms, a flag pole and an on site gymnasium.

  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Hunter Education Enhanced Safety Course 4 hr. Field Part will be taught Monday April 6, 2015 from 6:00 PM til 10:00 PM. You must complete the Enhanced Hunter Ed on line home study computer sections, print completed tests and bring them to class. Call Danny Odom for more information or to register at 883-8118. This class is not for just hunters but, anyone who handles firearms can benefit from it.

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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