Sports

Tue
01
May

American Sprint Car Series to headline Saturday night racing at GTRP

By Joy Graham

 

Golden Triangle Raceway Park is proud to announce that the American Sprint Car Series will be headlining the local racing program this Saturday, May 5th, The ASCS organization always brings in top racing talent to perform amazing open-wheel action at every track where they perform. Needless to say, they are a favorite among Southeast Texas fans. Also adding to the excitement of the show will be the Lone Star 600 Mini Sprints, Limited Modifieds, Street Stocks and Factory Stocks. Each class furnishing their own thrilling style of dirt track racing.

 

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Thu
26
Apr

Ladies Pirates in Bi-District Playoffs

The Lady Pirates face the Lady Eagles of Barbers Hill tonight in an away game for the first of the best of three series of the bi-district playoff games. The Lady Pirates will play the second game at home Friday beginning at 5 p.m.

 

 

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Thu
26
Apr

Vidor defeats Lumberton Raiders 6-0

By Randall Luker

After a scoreless three innings, the varsity Vidor Pirates got on the board in the top of the fourth, put the game away in the seventh with a five run eruption to defeat the Raiders 6-0 in Lumberton Tuesday evening. Kory Kizer took the mound for the Pirates, pitching a shutout over the entire seven innings. The Pirates scored six runs on three hits with no errors.

 

 

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Tue
24
Apr

Late runs propel Pirates past Titans

Randall Luker

It took seven innings, but the varsity Vidor Pirates bats finally came alive to take a 5- 1 victory over the Port Arthur Memorial Titans Friday in Port Arthur.

The Pirates soundly defeated the Titans 7-0 in Vidor Tuesday after a four run first inning, but a slower paced game was in store Friday in Port Arthur, scoreless for three-anda- half innings until the Titans’ lead batter doubled and then scored following a wild pitch and a passed ball to led 1-0.

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Tue
24
Apr

Lady Pirates’ bi-district playoff games scheduled

Randall Luker

The Lady Pirates will meet the District 21- 5A Barbers Hill Lady Eagles Thursday at Barbers Hill to kick off the best two out of three bidistrict playoff games. The game begins at 6 o’clock.

The Lady Pirates did not find out who their bidistrict opponent would be until Monday. District 21-5A’s rankings weren’t determined until then. According to Vidor ISD Head Softball Coach Michael Trahan, four teams were tied with an identical 13-3 record and a series of tiebreakers determined the district rankings.

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Thu
19
Apr

Seminoles pick up forfeit, begin preparing for Titans

With a forfeit by the Madisonville Broncos cancelling this week’s scheduled game, the Seminoles gain an extra week to prepare for their final regular season game against the Southeast Texas Titan of Port Arthur to be held at Pirate Stadium April 28. The Seminoles clinched the Longhorn Southeast Division with their 58-38 win over the Hardin and Jefferson County Hawks Saturday and will have to wait two weeks to find out who their playoff opponent will be. One thing they do know is that at least one playoff game will be held on their home field at Pirate Stadium.

 

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Thu
19
Apr

Pirates blank Titans 7-0 in baseball Tuesday

By Randall Luker

 

The varsity Vidor Pirate baseball team defeated the Titans of Port Arthur Memorial 7-0 Tuesday in Vidor. The Pirates scored four runs in the first inning after a single by Noah Bunting, a single by Kory Kizer and a triple by Braiden Baker. Kizer’s hit scored Bunting and Baker’s triple scored Kizer. A Cade Purcell sacrifice fly then scored Baker. With two outs, Brendan Dunigan singled on a line drive to left field and scored on a Mason Brown double to right field to put the Pirates up 4-0

 

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Tue
17
Apr

Seminoles clinch Division with 58-38 win over Hawks

Randall Luker
The Vidorian

The Seminoles got off to a slow start Saturday against the Hawks of Hardin and Jefferson County but came roaring back in the second half to claim a 58-38 victory and clinch the Lone Star South Division title.

The Seminoles struggled to find their footing in the first half, settling for two Juan Perez field goals in the first quarter when a scrappy Hawks secondary denied them the pass. Bouyed by their defense, the Hawks’ offense came alive with a 30 point offensive explosion in the last 10 minutes of the second quarter to close out the first half with a 30-20 lead over the Seminoles.

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Tue
17
Apr

Lady Pirates run away with 17-0 win over Lady Titans

Randall Luker
The Vidorian

The varsity Lady Pirate softball team traveled to Port Arthur Friday and came away with a 17-0 win over the Port Arthur Memorial Lady Titans.

The Lady Pirates scored ten runs in the first inning and seven in the second to put the game out of reach for Port Arthur.

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Thu
12
Apr

Pirates hand Nederland first district loss Tuesday

By Randall Luker

 

The varsity Vidor Pirate baseball team knocked the Nederland Bulldogs out of the unbeaten ranks with a 4-1 victory in Vidor Tuesday.

 

Nederland, currently in first place in district, had their unblemished record tarnished by the Pirates’ tenacious defense that allowed just one run on six hits and an unrelenting offense that constantly chipped away at the Bulldogs defense, scoring four runs on nine hits.

 

The big break came for the Pirates in the fifth inning. The game had been tied 1-1 since the Pirates answered the Bulldogs first inning score in the bottom of the third inning.

 

 

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