Category Archives: Sports & Outdoors

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The willingness to fight. That’s what Head Coach Cornel Thompson said he loves most about his Mustangs who knocked out the Sinton Pirates in the last quarter of the game Friday night, scoring three touchdowns to win, 42-21. Tied at

Kaz’s Korner

NFL, Elite High School, College Teams Still On The Gridiron Saturday afternoon’s annual Army-Navy game officially ended the 2014 college football regular schedule, leading to the ritual of choosing the best collegiate football player in the nation a few hours

Team Force victorious in football, bowling

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Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Special Olympics team, Team Force, is on a winning streak. The team, coached by Jason Yeaman and Michael Ridout, won the State Flag Football Championship this past weekend in Waco. The team got to practice in

Bass bite rebounding on river

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Before getting started with this week’s column….”Good luck to the WOS Mustangs as they invade Dallas this Friday looking to disappoint Gilmer and seal the deal on yet another football state championship.I can’t think of a better way to kick

BC Girls Basketball clinch first in La. tournament

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The Bridge City 7th grade girls basketball team recently competed in the WW Lewis Tournament in Sulphur, LA. The girls had an awesome weekend going 5-0 in the tournament and clinching 1st place. The results of the tourney are as follows

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Putting on a show for a packed house, the Mustangs beat the LaGrange Leopards, 42-7, to advance to the Semi-final round of the playoffs. WO-S shut down LaGrange’s JK Dobbins and company, holding the Leopards to only one score and

Texas duck hunters set to crank back up

Hard to believe we are already half way done with the 2014-2015 duck season but it’s already here.  This weekend marks the opening of the second split for Texas duck hunters in the south zone while our neighbors to the

WOS Stallions victorious over Silsbee

The Stallions hosted Silsbee and finished the night 2-2. 7A won 30-7 lead by Labarius Spraggins with 12 points and Devin Wheeler with 8. Eight B also won by a score of 43-2. Jayron Hudson lead the way scoring 13

Community to cheer on ‘stangs at pep rally

A community pep rally will be held Thursday, Dec. 11 for the West Orange – Stark High School varsity football team. The pep rally will be held at 6 p.m. in the WO-S High School varsity gymnasium. The community is

December means it’s crunch time in the NFL

Last weekend was the first time in many moons that the National Football League had seven games on its regular schedule featuring teams with winning records matched against each other. These very important games occurred the first weekend in December,

Wading is not for every one

Austin Smith begrudgingly struggled with his waders while his youngest son, B.J., slipped over the side of the boat and his eldest son, Lon, repeatedly assured him that he was going to enjoy his first attempt at wading.We could not

Tiger Rock students medal in competitions

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The students of Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City recently participated in the Tiger Rock District Championships held Nov. 1, in Beaumont, at Legacy Christian Academy. Several students also competed Nov. 8, at the Houston District Championships. Bridge City

WO-S semi-final ticket sales scheduled

The WOS (Visitors) vs. Sinton, Semifinal Round Football game will be played Friday, Dec. 12, at 7:00 pm, at Guy K. Traylor Stadium in Rosenberg. Tickets will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days: Thursday, Dec. 11, from 9:00 am-12:00 pm

WOS quarter finals ticket sales

The WOS (Visitors) vs. La Grange, Quarterfinal Round Football game will be played on Friday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 pm, at Buddy Moorhead Stadium in Conroe. Tickets will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days: Thursday, Dec. 4, from 9:00 am-12:00 and 1:00-3:00 pm and Friday, Dec. 5

Mustang Insider

The Mustangs are used to breaking records, but the record that they broke Friday night with their 34-0 win over the LaMarque Cougars will be one that goes down in the Cougars books that they might not want to remember.

Duck season 1st split crawls to a close, goose numbers continue to build

The first half of duck season sputtered to a merciful end for most local hunters on Sunday and will not re-open until Dec 13th for the south Zone. Reports from all along the coast were almost mirror images of one

Kaz’s Fearless Forecast

Playoff Games This Week WEST ORANGE-STARK (11-2) over LAGRANGE (13-0) 7:30 p.m. Friday at Moorhead Stadium in Conroe—The Mustangs seem to be getting stronger with each playoff game and will need to have their “A-Game” again Friday night when they

Kaz’s Korner

Marshawn Lynch — Well-Liked But Hard to Understand The weekend-before-last quickie trip to Seattle that was presented to wife Susan and I by Orange’s All-Pro safety Earl Thomas III of the Seahawks provided us with many memorable events. We were

Can’t miss Christmas gifts

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Just consider this to be a kind of “thank you” for the faithful outdoorsmen willing to grind their way through this column each week. Now, leaving it open in a strategic place around the house is up to you! Moms,

Goose hunters outlook improving

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I stood at the edge of my driveway with my head cocked to one side and a smile on my face, the big group of speckle bellied geese finally came into view and the picture was now complete. I turned to walk

WOS – PNG boys basketball game cancelled

The WOS Boys Basketball game at PNG on Dec. 16 has been cancelled.