Category Archives: Hometown Sports
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
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
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
Ashton Gautreaux, senior shortstop from Orangefield High School, has committed to continue her education and softball careers at Faulkner State College in Alabama. The Sun Chiefs compete at the NJCAA level. Ashton plays softball in the summer for the Orange
There has been a lot of anticipation for the start of the 2014 season, ever since the final horn sounded to wrap up Lamar’s record-setting 2013 campaign. The anticipation jumped to a whole new level Sunday as approximately 90 student-athletes
Hayden Reed, formerly of Orange, has been named the men’s Scholar Athletes of the Year in Division I for the 2013-2014 track and field season by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), the association announced Tuesday.
Current WOS season ticket holders can purchase their 2014 football tickets during Aug. 5-6 from 9:00 – noon, and 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Tickets will be available at the athletic office at WOS High School. Season tickets will be available
Team as pictured (standing): Cade Brown, Jordan Alexander, Kent Michael, Logan Hamm, Kadeon Evans, Blade Perkins, Slade Foreman, & Rylan Ply. (Kneeling) Ryan Ellis, Colby Collins, Jackson Tims, Tanner Wilson, & Cameron Yadon. Bridge City Little League 12 year old
The 2014 Baseball season in Orange County was filled with some outstanding performances by our local athletes and teams. Bridge City continued a stellar playoff tradition by winning their 23rd district title and going 3 rounds deep in the state
Bridge City will be hosting a Girls and Little Girls Basketball Camp June 9 – 12, 2014 (Monday – Thursday). Incoming grades 4 through 9 will be held at the High School Competition Gymnasium. The Little Girls Camp will be
The state’s third ranked Bridge City Cardinals will face fifth ranked the Huffman-Hargrave Falcons in a best-of-three series in the Region III quarterfinal round of the state baseball playoffs this week. Game One of the series starts Wednesday, May 14,
Below are the Top 4 placements from the District 21-3A track events held at West Orange-Stark High School Girls results 400 Meter Relay 1: West Orange-Stark;49.28 2: Hardin-Jefferson;49.29 3: Silsbee;50.30 4: Buna;51.55 800 Meter run 1: DeLord,Becca,Hamshire-Fannett;2:26.14 2: Worthy,Morgan,Orangefield;2:27.83 3: Fezia,Mercedes,West
From left to right is Junior, Jacey Walker and Sophomore, Emily Warren Jacey Walker and Emily Warren represented Bridge City Powerlifting Team on Saturday at the THSWPA State Meet in Corpus Christi. The did an outstanding job. Sophomore, Emily
LCM’s District opener against Livingston has been moved to a day game. It will be played at 2:30 at Don Gibbons field at LCM.
The Bridge City Boy’s Powerlifting Team brought two young men to the Regional Meet on Saturday, March 1. Sophomore, Jacob Trahan placed third in the 132 weight class by lifting a total weight of 930 pounds, and Sophomore Colt Poole
The Bridge City Girl’s Powerlifting Team competing in the Region 4 Division 2 Regional Powerlifting Meet in Palacios, Texas on Wednesday, February 26, 2014. In the 114 weightclass, Junior Jacey Walker placed third lifting a total weight of 610 pounds.
Following an investigation which took about a year, 10 people were indicted and later convicted of obtaining fraudulent prescriptions from a doctor’s office. A former office manager for Dr. Howard Williams, Candy Rash, was approached by Debra Godfrey about participating