Category Archives: Hometown Sports

Mustang Insider

It was a perfect night for football-clear skies, a cool breeze, a stadium full of Mustang fans and the newest addition, a student section full of screaming students with signs and noisemakers all adorned in pink for breast cancer awareness.

Bridge City girl bags first buck

Brooke Carpenter

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

WOS vs Hardin Jefferson tickets

All tickets must be purchased the evening of the WOS vs Hardin-Jefferson varsity football game at the HJ stadium gate. The gates open at 6:00pm. Ticket prices are $4 for adults and $2 for students. Directions to the Hardin-Jefferson stadium:

WOS Stallions wrangle HF Short Horns

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

LCM runners advance to regional meet

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

WOS schedules 9th grade/JV game

There will only be one 9th/JV (combination) football game vs. Hardin-Jefferson, Thursday, Oct. 30, beginning at 5:30pm. 

BC boys, girls track teams place in district meet

BC Boys Track

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)

Mustang Insider

It took the whole first quarter for the Mustangs to get their engine going, but once they hit the gas, they never looked back, beating the Orangefield Bobcats, 42-14, to stay perfect in district play. “We were able to get

Orangefield’s Dickerson commits

Katelyn Dickerson, senior from Orangefield HS, has committed to continue her academic and softball career at Florida State College at Jacksonville. She will become a member of the Blue Waves softball team next fall. She aspires to be a demtal

MMS runners show strong

MMS Track

Mauriceville Middle School cross country runners showed strong at the District meet on Saturday. From right in the attached photo, Eli Peveto took first, with Jackson Baeza earning third, and Trevor Turner coming in ninth in his first ever race.

WOS reschedules 7th, 8th grade games

The 7th grade football game on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Hamshire-Fannett has been moved to Thursday, Oct. 23 at home, starting at 5:00pm. There will be one 7th grade game followed by one 8th grade game.The 7th grade home game on Tuesday, Oct. 28th against Hardin-Jefferson has been moved to Thursday, Oct.

WOS vs Hamshire-Fannett ticket sales

Ticket sales for the WOS vs. Hamshire-Fannett (Pink Out) Varsity Football game 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; and Friday – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm only. Ticket prices are $5

Stallions trample Bobcats

The WOS Stallions traveled to Orangfield to finish the series and won two more games. The combined B team won by a score of 38-0. Kalen Gilder and Ja’Coven Hinson each rushed for two touchdowns and Jay’zn Robinson added one

WOS 7th takes win over Orangefield

The WOS MS 7th grade team hosted Orangefield and won 32-0. Jackson Tims led the offense with touchdown passes to Keontae Strother, Tyrone Wilson and Da’vion Riggs. Wilbert Ned and Strother each rushed for a touchdown and Strother added the

Cowboy Church celebrates anniversary

Shelby Young

The Cowboy Church of Orange County held their 7th anniversary celebration Saturday, Oct. 11, and Sunday Oct. 12. Saturday evening, in spite of the rain, the arena stands were full of spectators, and the rodeo action was in full swing.

Mustang Insider

After a devastating loss to the Newton Eagles last week, the Mustangs bounced back in true fashion to slaughter the Liberty Panthers, 45-7, in front of a huge homecoming crowd Friday night. “We pounded them from all levels,” Head Coach

WO-S vs Orangefield ticket information

All tickets for the WO-S vs Orangefield Varsity Football game must be purchased the evening of the game at the Orangefield Bobcats gate. The gates open at 6:00 pm. Ticket prices are $4 for adults, and $2 for students.

OJH Lady Bobcats take first in V-Ball tournament

Lady Bobcats

The OJH Lady Bobcats 8th grade A-team finished in first place at the Hamshire Fannett tournament on Saturday, Oct.11. The team defeated Hamshire Fannett in the championship to continue their undefeated streak of the day. The 7th grade A-team defeated

WOS JV/9th grade teams schedule

There will only be one 9th/JV (combination) football game vs. Orangefield on Thursday, Oct. 16 beginning at 5:30 pm.  

Mustang Insider

Mustang Insider

When two tradition rich football teams hook up, someone is going to go home with a loss. And that is exactly what happened to the WO-S Mustangs Friday night when they showed up in Newton to play the Eagles and

Team “captains” honored at Bear Stadium

LCM Pink Out

Friday night was “pink out” at Bear stadium and the Bears asked three breast cancer survivors to serve as honorary team captains for Friday night’s game. From left, Kim Berlinger, Staci Viator and Tammy Ambrose took the field with team