Sports

Tue
21
Jun

741 receive bachelor’s degrees in Lamar University 2016 spring commencement

Lamar University conferred 741 bachelor’s degrees during spring commencement ceremonies. Below are Lamar’s spring 2016 bachelor’s graduates and their majors, listed according to their hometowns. The list is based on information provided by the Office of the Registrar.
Tue
14
Jun

Participants at Golden Triangle Raceway ready to return to fast lane action

By Joy Graham

 

This Friday, June 17, the action should be intense at Golden Triangle Raceway Park. After weeks of rain delays, the weather forecast for Friday looks perfect for racing at the track located on W.Hwy. 90 between Beaumont and China. Battling for the checkered flag honors will be all the regular GTRP classes: Limited Modified, Street Stock, Factory Stock, Jr. Mini Stock, and the NS Late Models.

 

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Thu
09
Jun

LU adds Kyle Green as pitching coach

BEAUMONT – Keep it all in the family. That is what Lamar University baseball head coach Will Davis wanted to do when he was searching through candidates to fill his staff, and he did so with two Cardinals who played at some of the most successful in the times program’s history. On Tuesday in his first press conference as head coach, Davis announced that he was going to keep longtime LU hitting coach Scott Hatten on staff and added recruiting coordinator to his title. Thursday, Davis announced that he added former Cardinal and Jim Gilligan disciple Kyle Green as his new pitching coach.

 

Tue
07
Jun

Mooney Boys Jiu Jitsu has promotions

On Monday, June 6, 2016, Marshall “The Machine” Mooney and Lane “The Road Warrior” Mooney held a promotional ceremony at Mooney Boys Jiu Jitsu. Marshall and Lane stated that promotions are only held every six months. During the course of the six month cycle, students are evaluated for promotions to the next level, either by a stripe or a complete color change on their belt. 

 

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Tue
07
Jun

American Sprint Car Series will be in spotlight this Friday

By Joy Graham

After weeks of rain delays, Golden Triangle Raceway racers and fans are looking forward to this Friday’s special event featuring the American Sprint Car Series. The ASCS are always in great demand in the Gulf Coast Region as they bring in top drivers for their professionally run shows. In their last appearance at GTRP, Channin Tankersley of Highlands, TX went rim riding into victory lane on the last lap of the race. 

 

Thu
02
Jun

Bears and Bass

Little Cypress-Mauriceville secondary schools have placed 50 LCM anglers (26 teams), in the twoday “South East Texas High School Fishing Championship” on Lake Sam Rayburn on June 18 and 19. Nellie Miller is the coach for this group of bass-catching Bears.

 

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Thu
26
May

Proper maintenance a must for your boat

On my 22 ft. Pathfinder there is a lot of equipment. High tech., state of the art electronics that tell me where the fish are, where I am at and where I am going, what the bottom looks like and even what objects are hidden there. Connected to the outboard motor is a whiz bang set of gauges that monitor fuel output and all engine functions. Underneath the deck are bilge pumps, live well pumps, wires, cables, and hoses going in every direction; not to mention four batteries, one for the outboard and electrical system and three for the Minn Kota trolling motor.   

 

Thu
19
May

Bass Teams Place

According to Nellie Miller, Bass Club sponsor for Little Cypress-Mauriceville, two teams placed near the top on Sunday at Lake Sam Rayburn. Jack Tindle and Collin Currie won 7th with a 17.32 pound total and Justin Lee and Hunter Fant won 8th with a 17.23 total. LCM also had 6 teams in the top fifty with over 421 teams fishing. Bears do like to fish! Pictured in the left photo are Jack Tindle and Collin Currie who won 7th. Pictured in the right photo are Justin Lee and Hunter Fant who won 8th.
 
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.
 

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