Category Archives: Hometown Sports
Due to the Thanksgiving break and by advancing into the regional round, tickets will only be on sale in the WOS Athletic office on Monday, Nov. 24, from 9:00 am – 12:00 and 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
The 24-4A All-district volleyball team met Wednesday at the Botanical Gardens at Tyrell Park for pictures. They are as follows: Superlatives from left are, Alexis Henry, Bridge City, outstanding outside; Kathryne Padgett, Hardin-Jefferson, outstanding defensive player; Mallorie Brooks, Silsbee, newcomer of the year.
The Houston Scarborough Spartans were no match for the West Orange-Stark Mustangs from the kick-off to start the game until the last snap when the scoreboard showed, 64-0. The Mustangs, however, proved to be gentlemen allowing a running clock from
The Stallions started off the basketball season hosting Bridge City. The 7A team won the first game by a score of 36-18. Wilbert Ned lead the offense with 11 points and Da’vion Riggs added 10. The 8A team followed that
On Friday, 2014 State Champion high jumper, Bridge City Lady Cardinal senior Alexus Henry, will sign a track and field scholarship with the Univerisity of Texas at Arlington Lady Maverics. Alexus, who is a four year starter in volleyball, basketball
Bridge City Cardinal pitching sensation Chase Shugart will soon be on the mound for the University of Texas Longhorns. Shugart signed with the UT Longhorns on Wednesday during ceremonies held at the Bridge City High School cafeteria. Among his many
When the Mustangs showed up to play the Hawks this past Friday night, quarterback Jack Dallas reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out the running game to treat the crowd to a fabulous District Championship show down. WO-S took control
Games This Week LITTLE CYPRESS-MAURICEVILLE over HUFFMAN—An upset victory for the Bears on this regular season finale would be a great confidence-booster for the upcoming state playoffs that begin next week. ORANGEFIELD over HAMSHIRE-FANNETT—The Bobcats enjoyed their well-deserved bye week
The WOSMS Stallions traveled to Hardin Jefferson for their final games of the season. The combined B team started the night winning 22-0. Kalen Gilder rushed for a TD and threw touchdown passes to Jay’zn Robinson and Rasheed Puryear. Gilder
Brooke Carpenter, 8, of Bridge City, killed her first deer while hunting with her dad, Brian, in Sabine County. The pair took to the woods on a recent Saturday evening during a youth hunting weekend. When the spike buck came
The Stallions hosted the Hamshire-Fannett Short Horns for their final home game of the year. The 7th grade team played first, winning 15-0. Keontae Strother rushed for the first TD, and Jackson Tims connected with Da’vion Riggs for the 2
Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School students, James Armstrong, Blake Kresser, and Olivia Keltz will advance to the Regional Cross-Country meet next weekend in Atascocita. James Armstrong blew away the competition in the 5K district race and brought home the title of
There will only be one 9th/JV (combination) football game vs. Hardin-Jefferson, Thursday, Oct. 30, beginning at 5:30pm.
The Bridge City boys varsity team (right) recently won 1st in district. The individuals in the team are: Drew Walker, Daniel Oliphint, Graydon Glover, Coach Cody Knight, Nick Marcotte, Ruben Valencia, Jordan Fontenot, Conner Wilbur. The girls varsity team (below)