Sports

Thu
09
Feb

LCM High School team, six individuals take first place

Bear Iron lifters brought home six First Place competitors from the Hamshire-Fannett meet on Thursday, February 2. Little Cypress- Mauriceville senior, Jeremiah Armstrong squatted an impressive 720 lbs. in the super heavy weight class, with a combined total of 1675 pounds for the event.

The Boys Team again took First Place in the meet. Other boys team members who placed were Hunter Angelo – First with a total of 1120 lbs. in the 148 Class, Colt LeBleu – First with 1375 lbs. in the 275 Class, Victor Davila – Second with 1155 lbs.

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Thu
02
Feb

Pirates tame Lions 60-50 to notch district win

By Randall Luker

 

Hard play and improved shooting helped the varsity Pirates tame the Livingston Lions at home Friday by a score of 60- 50.“

 

Our kids played extremely hard and left it all on the court. We shot 50 percent from the field and scored 42 points in the paint, which was huge,” said Coach Nate Smith.

 

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Thu
02
Feb

LCM Athletes Sign

Brandon Jenkins (right) and Trey Guillory (left) each signed to play football with colleges on Wednesday. Brandon is going to Kilgore Junior College.

 

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Thu
02
Feb

A late season squirrel hunt

By Capt. Bill Watkins

 

February 1st, 2017: It was forty-eight degrees and the light jacket felt good as I rode in my UTV in the pre-dawn darkness. For several days, the Sabine River had been up running through the sloughs in the bottoms and there was no access to the vast expanses of hardwood timber. But as fast as the river came up, it had gone back down and three days of sunshine had dried up the ground under the hardwood forest.

 

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Tue
31
Jan

LCM’s James Signs

On January 24, Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School senior, Jenna James, signed to play softball with Bossier Parish Community College. Jenna has a batting average of 0.319 and a career ERA of 2.69, for school and travel ball. Her 2016 school stats were 74.66 innings pitched with a 2.62 ERA, 85Ks and 31 BB.

 

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Thu
26
Jan

LCM powerlifters earn 1st place medals

David Kendrick, powerlifting coach at Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School reports that the boys team took first place at the Silsbee powerlifting meet on Thursday. A total of eight students took individual first place medals in their respective weight classes.

 

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Tue
24
Jan

Lady Pirate basketball teams sweep Nederland

By Randall Luker

 

The Lady Pirates basketball teams swept Nederland at home Friday as all three teams posted double digit margins in their victories. The Varsity Lady Pirates beat Nederland 46 – 28.

 

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Tue
17
Jan

All-State Player

Torie Comeaux, daughter of Curtis and Lisa Comeaux and granddaughter of the late Charles Comeaux of Vidor, was named to the Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Volleyball Team. She was also an honorable mention selection at middle blocker in Class 4A.

 

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Thu
12
Jan

Slow start dooms Pirates

A slow start and missing two starters due to illness and injury took a toll on the Pirate varsity basketball team Tuesday night as they lost to the Beaumont Central Jaguars 66-40 at home. “We were missing two starters due to injury and illness,” Coach Nate Smith said. “We started slow and fell behind by 13 after one quarter.”

 

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Tue
10
Jan

Pirates lose heartbreaker to Port Neches-Groves

By Randall Luker

 

The final seconds were decisive in a heartbreaking 41-40 loss to district rivals Port Neches- Groves Friday.

 

The Vidor Pirate varsity basketball team had already defeated the Indians twice this season in the Bridge City and Nederland tournaments, but in their first district meeting, poor shooting from the free throw line cost the Pirates.

 

The game see-sawed with the Indians up 10-9 after the first period, the Pirates led 18-12 after the Indians could just put up two points in the second, but in the third period, the Indians came up big, outscoring the Pirates 19-11 to regain the lead at 31-29. The Pirates settled down and outscored the Indians 11- 10 in the fourth.

 

 

 

Top scorers for Vidor were Elizabeth Torres with 7 points and Nicole Sanders with 6 points.

 

 

 

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