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Wed
16
Oct

Run game leads to Vidor Pirates Grey victory

The Pirate ship sailed into Little Cypress to put on a six-touchdown

scoring clinic, as the Vidor Pirates Grey football team beat the LC-M Green team 41-6 in the Southeast Texas Junior Football League this past Saturday.

The Pirate running game dominated with 8.6 yards per carry for 250 yards on 29 carries and five touchdowns, while the defense forced four turnovers.

It took less than 15 seconds for running back Jordan Verde to take the Jett Brucia handoff through the defensive line crossing linebackers to blaze past the secondary in route to a 55-yard Pirate touchdown with 9:46 left in the first quarter.

 

 

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Wed
16
Oct

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0
Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Colby Smith, #43, wraps up the Santa Fe QB as his teammates rush in to help. The Pirates almost scored a safety, but the pitch man gained the one yard line.

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

The Indians recovered their own fumble on the 10 yard line after mishandling this pitch under pressure from JC Marshall, #8, and Colby Smith, #43.

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Both teams found the ball hard to handle Friday after a sudden cold snap with the Pirates and Indians each having three fumbles. This pitch to Seigrest was recovered by the Pirates.

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Pirate RB Cree Simmons leads the way as ball carrier Zach Seigrest runs right against the Santa Fe Indians Friday night.

Pirates beat Santa Fe Indians 10-0

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

The lone TD in the game came when Brad Nunez, after seemingly being stopped in heavy traffic at the line, suddenly burst out of the crowd at a full run, leaving everyone in his wake.

Vidor Pirate Logan Bell is surround by Santa Fe Indians as he attempts to haul in a pass.

 

 

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Wed
16
Oct

My son and his big axis buc

My son and his big axis buc
My son and his big axis buc

Fishing and Hunting Southeast Texas By Capt. Bill Watkins

Late this past Friday afternoon, my son William was sitting in a nice comfortable box blind on a private ranch in central Texas. Earlier the ranch manager had dropped him off at the blind and it wasn’t that long until the action began. Several axis does began to appear at the feeder. This was a great way to start as the objective was to take a large axis buck. A couple of smaller axis bucks came out and began to push each other around in a mock battle. After a short while two large bucks came out into the opening. My William has never been one to get in a hurry to shoot. Usually when deer or hogs come out into the open to feed, they are very cautious. They don’t like to be in the open and it takes a few minutes for them to settle down and begin feeding. It is as though they know that feeders are dangerous places but the pickings are easy and very tempting. Unlike his father William always takes his time to wait for the animals to settle down and get comfortable with the situation.

Wed
09
Oct

There are still a lot of speckled trout in Sabine Lake called

There are still a lot of speckled trout in Sabine Lake called

Fishing and Hunting Southeast Texas By Capt. Bill Watkins

An angler called me the other day about booking a fishing trip. He stated that he wanted to catch speckled trout and red fish but he had heard that Sabine Lake was all fresh and muddy and that there were very few specks left. I explained that the recent floods had moved the fish around some but we were catching a lot of speckled trout and reds as well.

 

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Wed
09
Oct

Lady Pirates top Memorial, fall to PNG

Randall Luker

The Vidorian

In last week’s games, the Vidor Lady Pirates Freshman and varsity teams were defeated by the PNG, while the junior varsity team won 2-1.

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Wed
09
Oct

Victory slips from Pirates’ grasp after lightning delays game

Victory slips from Pirates’ grasp after lightning delays game

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Vidor RB Zach Seigrest is hit at the goalline as he scores for the Pirates Friday.

for most of the night, the Vidor Pirates lost to the Indians late in the game after a series of penalties and turnovers gave the mid-county team the boost they needed to pull out a victory 18-10.

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Wed
02
Oct

1964 Pirates set new scoring record with 56-0 Homecoming romp over Jasper

20 years ago

October 7, 1999: An eighteen-year-old Orange County man received a 35 year prison sentence after he admitted he killed his 14-year-old brother by shooting him twice in his

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Wed
02
Oct

Pirates’ balanced game too much for Cougars

Pirates’ balanced game too much for Cougars

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Pirate QB Dylan Dial tucks and runs to pick up a Vidor first down Friday.

Pirates’ balanced game too much for Cougars

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

This fourth quarter interception by Dayton Whitmire in the end zone sealed the deal in Vidor’s 37-27 win over the Crosby Cougars Friday.

Pirates’ balanced game too much for Cougars

Vidorian photo/Randall Luker

Brad Nunez celebrates after scoring a Pirate TD against Crosby Friday.

The Vidor Pirates played a complete game, scoring on the ground, through the air and off the toe of Danny Lee to win 37-27 in Crosby as district play got underway Friday night.

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Wed
18
Sep

Lady Pirates open district play with Cleveland sweep

The Vidor Lady Pirate volleyball teams opened district play Friday night with a sweep of the Cleveland Lady Indians.

The Freshman won in two sets, 25-11, 25-17; and the junior varsity team also won in two 2 sets, 25-9, 25-17. V

The Lady Pirate varsity team also blanked the Lady Indians, 25-8, 25-12, 25-23.

Stats for the varsity game are:

 

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Wed
18
Sep

Pirate, Lady Pirate cross country teams compete at Dayton

Both Pirate and Lady Pirate cross country runners competed at the Dayton Bronco Invitational this weekend with VHS sophomore Kai Reed again finishing in the top 10. There were 102 runners competing in the varsity boys’ event.

 

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