Sports

Thu
12
May

Sabine Lake offers a variety of fish to catch

By Capt. Bill Watkins
 
There are a lot of different fish to catch in Texas and Louisiana bays but there is no doubt that the most popular are red fish, spotted sea trout, and flounder. These are the species that I target. At times all three are available at Sabine Lake on a daily basis. Sometimes there are more trout available and sometimes more red fish and flounder. There are a lot of ways to catch these popular game fish. Live bait is good but hard to get at times. Dead shrimp or cut bait has some merit but is not as good as live bait.
 
Tue
10
May

Local Tournament

On Saturday, April 30th, our competition team from Mooney Boys Jiu Jitsu was honored to compete in our first local tournament held in McDonald’s Gym at Lamar University Beaumont. This tournament was put on by Texas Grappling Challenge.
 
Tue
10
May

Golden Triangle Raceway Park returns to regular Friday night venue

By Joy Graham
 
Tue
03
May

Saturday night racing to feature American Sprint Car Series

By Joy Graham

 

Racing venue at Golden Triangle Raceway Park changes to Saturday night this week to accommodate what should be a  spectacular show featuring the American Sprint Car Series. The ASCS had an open date which track  owner, Glen Johnson, was glad to accept due to the exciting shows the sprint  drivers always put on at GTRP. 

 

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Tue
03
May

LCM JV softball takes District

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School JV Softball Team claimed District! They were 22-1 for the year and 10-0 in district! According to Coach Melissa Brewer, “I am so proud of these young ladies, not only in their athletic accomplishments, but in their academic endeavors as well. They have represented our district well.” Jayme Kugler also coaches the team. Students in the attached photo include, front Row- Lacie Cochran, Jacie Miller, Jon’ee Villanueva, Justice Butler and Alicia  Merritt. On the back row are Emily Landry, Caitlyn Robson, JoAnna Henry, Jayce Perry, Kaitlyn Huff and Shelby Smith. Not Pictured –Kaitlyn Avery.

 

Thu
28
Apr

Golf Teams

The Vidor High School girls golf team qualified for the regional tournament at River Ridge Golf Course. Sophomore Kayla Lee won the first playoff hole for fourth place medalist. Last year Kayla represented district 22AAAAA as a medalist. Senior Aimee Clayton, Junior Baylee Sims, and freshmen Kiersten McLaughlin and Gracie Harris are members of the qualifying team. This is the first girls team since 2008 to qualify for the regional tournament. The boys team also did great things. Senior Drake Dodson won 5th place medalist at the district golf tournament, missing out on the regional tournament by losing on a playoff hole against Lumberton’s Bryce Shaver. 

 

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Thu
28
Apr

MMS 7th grade takes District

The Mauriceville Middle School Track Team placed several students in the recent District track meet. One the eighth grade team Colton McIlwain earned First in the 800 meter and in the 1200 meter run. He took Second in the triple and the long jumps. Tyler Rhodes was Third in the 1200 meter run and Mason Napier earned Third in the 200 hurdles. Seventh graders were Shane Foux, First in the 100 meter dash, Zach Krummel, First in the 200 meter hurdles, Ethan Duhon First in the 200 meter dash, Shane Foux got Second in the long jump, Cainen Doyle was Second in triple jump, Ethan Duhon earned Third in the triple jump and in long jump and Cainen Doyle was Third in the 200 hurdles.  

 

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Tue
26
Apr

Soccer Awards

Dylan Houseman, left, was recently named to Second Team All District and recieved the team Offensive MVP. Justin Babcock, right, was named First Team All District and received the Team MVP. they are pictured with Coach Matt Wedel.  

 

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Tue
26
Apr

LCM Girls Golf go to State

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Lady Bears Golf Team, coached by Bart Williams, has continued their winning ways to place Third in the Regional Meet at Ravens Nest Golf course in Huntsville recently. Lauren Cox took First place, with a 73 the first day and 74 the second for a two day total of 147. Both Lauren’s and the Team’s standings at Region qualify them to compete at State, which was held in Austin at Onion Creek Golf course on April 25-26. The team, pictured above, from left to right, includes Kacie Nichols, Marlee Bird, Jessica McLain, Theresa Beckett, Lauren Cox, and Bart Williams. At left, Lauren Cox wears both team and individual medals in front of Region Tournament scoreboard on Tuesday.

 

Thu
21
Apr

LCJH Girls do well at District

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