Sports

Tue
05
Dec

LCM Volleyball Recognized

Several Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Volleyball Team members are among the All District honorees for 2017. These include MVP of the District: Renna Toomey #3, Middle of the District: Alexandra White #3, and Newcomer of the District: Chelsea Perry #21. Three LCM seniors were named to First Team All District. They are Kaitlin Avery #6, Kayla Dominguez #4, and McCartney Miller #22. Raley Broussard #7 was named to Second Team All-District and Cammie Palmer was name District Coach of the Year.

 

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Thu
30
Nov

Ladies in Action

Lady Pirate Marissa Luhan powers her way to the basket in Tuesday night action against the Orangefield Lady Bobcats.

 

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Tue
28
Nov

Michael Lee signs with Panola

Little Cypress-Mauriceville senior, Michael Lee, is a 3-time baseball All District who signed with Panola Junior College today. Michael catches, plays short stop and third and occasionally pitches. His junior year stats include: .368 batting average, .483 on base percentage, .632 slugging percentage, 25 hits, 9 doubles, 3 homeruns, 14 RBIs, 19 Runs, .966 fielding percentage. Michael Lee is pictured here with parents Stephen and Jami Lee

 

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Thu
23
Nov

Boys, girls drop weekend basketball games

By Randall Luker

Both boys and girls basketball teams suffered losses Saturday with the girls hosting Hardin Jefferson and the boys at LC-M.

Girls’ varsity came out shooting hot and lead the HJ Hawks until midway through the second quarter when the Hawks pulled away. Final score was 65- 37.

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Thu
23
Nov

Pirates’ season ends with 28-21 loss to New Caney

By Randall Luker

The Vidor Pirates’ 2017 playoff run ended at Galena Park Friday when the New Caney Eagles outscored the Pirates 28-21.

New Caney won the toss and elected to receive. Both teams were forced to punt on their first possession. New Caney scored first with 2:56 remaining in the first quarter on a 14 yard pass. With the PAT, the Eagles were up 7-0.

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Tue
21
Nov

Boys, girls drop weekend basketball games

By Randall Luker The Vidorian

 

Both boys and girls basketball teams suffered losses Saturday with the girls hosting Hardin Jefferson and the boys at LC-M. Girls’ varsity came out shooting hot and lead the HJ Hawks until midway through the second quarter when the Hawks pulled away. Final score was 65-37.

 

Playing in Little Cypress, the Pirates fell to the Bears 58-42.

 

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Tue
21
Nov

Pirates’ season ends with 28-21 loss to New Caney

By Randall Luker The Vidorian

 

The Vidor Pirates’ 2017 playoff run ended at Galena Park Friday when the New Caney Eagles outscored the Pirates 28-21.

 

New Caney won the toss and elected to receive. Both teams were forced to punt on their first possession. New Caney scored first with 2:56 remaining in the first quarter on a 14 yard pass. With the PAT, the Eagles were up 7-0.

 

 

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Thu
16
Nov

Pirates take on New Caney Eagles in bi-district playoff Friday

By Randall Luker

The Vidor Pirates, (5- 3) will take on the New Caney Eagles (7-2, 7-1)) at Galena Park Friday at 7 p.m.

The Eagles are coming off a surprise win (63- 38) over Crosby (9-1, 7- 1) while the Pirates lost 40-14 to the Memorial Titans.

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Thu
16
Nov

A lesson in finding and catching bass

By Capt. Bill Watkins

It was chilly with a twelve-knot northeast wind blowing across Big Sam Rayburn Reservoir as we launched my friend Randy Hicks’ bass boat. My son William was along on the trip as well as the featured guest. William, is a solid fisherman in his own right but was in need of some advanced bass fishing techniques. Randy is an advanced level tournament angler with many years of experience under his belt so I managed to get them hooked up for a lesson in pitching jigs and creature baits (definitely one of Randy’s strong points).

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Tue
14
Nov

Pirates’ poor first half play gives game to revenge-minded Titans

By Randall Luker

 

The Port Arthur Memorial Titans had revenge on their minds and two weeks rest on their bodies when they met the Vidor Pirates Friday.

 

Revenge was sweet for the Titans as they scored 40 first half points to beat the Pirates 40-14 in Port Arthur. While the Titans were gunning for the Pirates after last year’s 31-21 upset victory gave the Titans their only regular season loss and threw the district into a three way tie for first, a slow start for the Pirates’ and miscues in the first half were too much to overcome in the second half.

 

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