Category Archives: Hometown Sports

Roddy, Moore sign letters of intent


Two Battlin’ Bear Baseball players signed to play at junior colleges following graduation. Coby Roddy is a three year LCM Baseball Varsity starter who has chosen Alvin Junior College as his next stop on his baseball journey. Academics played a

WOS Stallions trip up HJ Hawks

The Stallions traveled to HJ and came home with two hard fought wins. The seventh grade team held off a tough Hawk team to win by a score of 29-26. Wilbert Ned led the offense scoring 12 points with Ja’veen

DuBois returns home to coach the Cardinals

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There’s no place like home, and that goes for football coaches too. Bridge City ISD announced the hiring of Dwayne DuBois as head football coach for the Bridge City Cardinals at the regular meeting of the board of trustees on

DuBois named Bridge City Cardinal head football coach


Staff Report Amid much speculation it is now official. Bridge City ISD has announced the hiring of Dwayne DuBois as head football coach for the Bridge City Cardinals. DuBois, a 1986 graduate of Bridge City High School and a

Dickerson commits to Florida State


Orangefield Lady Bobcat softball star Katelyn Dickerson signed with Florida State College at Jacksonville in ceremonies at Bobcat Gym on Thursday.  She will continue her education and softball career at Florida State. Katelyn is seen signing her letter of intent

WOS Stallions takes on Orangefield

The Stallions hosted Orangefield and finished the night 2-0. The 7th grade team came out strong and won 29-13. Wilbert Ned lead the team scoring 8 with Ja’Veen Wood and Keontae Strother each adding 7. The 8th grade team held

LCM v-ball team recognized by Trustees

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During the recognition portion of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Board of Trustees meeting, the Board recognized the Volley Team for their outstanding accomplishments – as a team and individually. The team took the District Championship, with a 38-5 record overall and

LCM football players earned All-District honors

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Nineteen Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School boys claimed 22 honors on this year’s District 10-4A Football team. Athletic Director and Head Coach, Randy Crouch, introduced them to the Board of Trustees at Monday night’s Board meeting. Those selected for the All-District Teams include

Pearson alumni basketball game scheduled for February

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The 8th annual Glenn Pearson Alumni Basketball game will be Saturday, Feb. 7, at 3:00 pm in the BCHS competition gym in Bridge City. The alumni game is played to honor the memory of Mr. Pearson and his 32 years

Mustang Insider


In early August, the Mustangs began preparing for a season that had been predicted to end up in “Jerry’s World” in late December. After two scrimmages, the team felt that they were ready for their first game against the Little

A New Rod for Gramps

A Christmas Story Robert Vail For The Record Young Cris had been going fishing since he was old enough to walk.  Gramps, as he had called him, was raising Chris as best he could, living on a fixed income. Cris’

Lady Bobcats outscored by Lady Bears

The Orangefield Lady Bobcats recently traveled to LCM and played the Lady Bears. The Bobcats started off slow with LCM out scoring them 15-3 in the first. In the second quarter the Bobcats fought back closing the lead to 8

Mustang Insider

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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

Team Force victorious in football, bowling

LCM Team Force

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

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

Mustang Insider


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

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

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