Category Archives: Sports & Outdoors

Stallions trample Longhorns

The WOSMS Stallions came away with three shutouts against Hamshire-Fannett. Seven/eight Combined B team started the night out winning 30-0. On offense Je’Yohn Augustin lead the way scoring 2 TD’s and 1 two point conversion. Demarcus Bruno and Tre’von Lee

OJH Bobcats host Newton Eagles

Orangefield Junior High hosted the Newton Eagles on Thursday night and came away 1-1. The 7th grade lost 22-6. The offensive standouts for the Bobcats were offensive tackle Colby Gonzales, who did an outstanding job paving the way for Cade Grozier to score

Mustang Insider

From the minute the Mustangs stepped on the muddy field Friday night, they took control of the game and never looked back as they beat the Silsbee Tigers, 35-0. Quarterback Jack Dallas was back as the starter, making up for

Archery season opens up, drought concerns top list

Texas white tail deer hunters will get their first opportunity to chase that buck they have been dreaming of since last season ended as the 2014-15 season gets underway this Saturday. The archery only season should be a good bench

Honeywell steps up for kid’s tourney

When was the last time that you unexpectedly suffered a flat tire on your boat trailer and just happened to be in front a tire dealership? In my case Friday afternoon it was pouring down raining and I had three

WO-S football tickets on sale

Ticket sales for the WOS at vs. Richmond Foster varsity football game on Friday, Sept. 26, at 7:30pm, will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days and times this week: Thursday - 9:00 am-12:00 pm, and 1:00-3:00 pm; Friday – 9:00 am-12:00 pm only. Ticket prices are

Mustang Insider

Meri Elen Jacobs For The Record The forecast of bad weather and rain didn’t stop the Mustangs from travelling to Jasper this past Friday night. It also didn’t stop the Mustang defense OR offense, who gave the Bulldogs a pretty

Teal season opens to mixed reviews

Opening weekend of early teal season can best be described as a classic case of “have or have not”. For many hunters it was one end of the spectrum or the other and no in between. Rarely will you see


Colburn art

Last Saturday was noticeably cooler than the previous Saturday, but outside of a fairly stiff north wind and scattered showers, it was a stretch in terming it a “sure enough” cold front.It did, however, move enough water to push some of

WO-S vs Silsbee tickets


Ticket sales for the WO-S vs. Silsbee varsity football game will be on sale in the WO-S athletic office the following days and times this week: Wednesday – 1:00-3:00 pm Thursday – 9:00-12:00, and 1:00-3:00 pm Friday – 9:00-12:00 pm only

BCJV volleyball takes 2nd at PN-G tournament

BCJV Volleyball

The Bridge City JV Volleyball team won second place at the PN-G tournament this past weekend. The girls defeated Nederland and Lumberton to make it to the finals, but lost out to PN-G in the championship game.  

Lamar football team to honor nation’s heroes

Lamar Football

Just two days after Americans paused to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, and honor our fallen heroes, Lamar’s football team will take time to do the same during Saturday’s game against Texas College at Provost Umphrey Stadium.All members of

Ticket sales for WOS vs Jasper football game

wos helmet

All tickets for the West Orange-Stark vs. Jasper football game must be purchased at the Jasper gate. Ticket prices are $5 each, and gates open at 6:00 pm. The stadium is located at 400 Bulldog Ave., in Jasper. Directions to

Catch of the day snags tee

Garrison Byerly fish

Garrison Byerly, 10 year old son of Nathan and Angie Byerly, caught a 24 inch tagged redfish. He was fishing at Texas Bayou near Sabine Pass with his Dad and friends, Chris Sowell and son Kolbie Sowell on Labor Day,

BC JV girls take 3rd in LCM tournament

BC JV won 3rd at the LC-M tournament this weekend! BC Freshmen took 4th place.

Bridge City JV  Volleyball won 3rd place at the LC-M tournament over the weekend. The freshmen team took 4th place. 

LCM’s Castino named coach of the year


  Little Cypress Mauriceville High School Coach, Vicki Castino, was named Golf Coach of the Year by the Texas Girls Coaches Association during a conference in Arlington this summer. During the Sept. 8, meeting of the LCM CISD Board of

Mustangs bring home Orange Bowl plaque


In true fashion, the Mustangs showed up Friday night at Battlin’ Bear Stadium and did exactly what they had planned to do…Add another plaque to the Mustang side of the Orange Bowl trophy with a 29-12 win. The Mustangs, behind sophomore quarterback

Tickets for WOS, PNG game on sale


Reserve ticket sales for the home game WOS Mustangs vs PNG Indians varsity football game, will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days and times this week: Thursday, Sept. 4, from 9:00 am – 12:00, and 1:00 –

Kaz’s Fearless Forecast

KAZ’S FEARLESS FORECAST Games This Week WEST ORANGE-STARK over LITTLE CYPRESS-MAURICEVILLE—The Mustangs have a habit of defeating schools larger than them in the scrimmages and the pre-district portion of their schedule. And apparently this year is no different after the

LU defense records big plays in scrimmage

Lamar Cardinal Athletics

The start of Lamar’s football scrimmage Saturday night started the way most fans would have expected with the No. 1 offense dominating. Lamar’s first team-offense scored on two of its first three possessions, and the first big highlight came on the fourth

Orangefield’s Bradley commits to Faulkner State

kylie bradley

Kylie Bradley, senior catcher, from Orangefield High School has committed to continue her education and softball at Faulkner State College in Alabama.  The Sun Chiefs compete at the NJCAA level. She plays in the summer for Orange Crush Gold. She will