Sports

Tue
08
Dec

VHS Cheer Squads

The Varsity and JV cheer squads both participated last summer at the Moody Gardens Hotel UCA Cheer camp. The squads competed in a Game Day Championship and brought home Superior ribbons in all categories. There were also thirteen girls named UCA All-American Cheerleader . Varsity Cheer Squad: left photo, bottom row, left to right, Bailee Webb, Captain Jenna Smith, Aubrey Ford, Big Buc Katelyn Vincent, Co-captain Karen Hudson, Josey Eastepp, Mallory Judice, Jenna Marshall, and Rylea Rutledge; top row, left to right, Mallory Green, Carley Loggins, Katelyn Keneson, Morgan Smith, Madison Williams, Paige Norris, Kaylee Poole, and Makenze Stephenson. JV Cheer Squad: right photo, bottom row, left to right, Grace Dean and Cocaptain Kylee Stutz; middle row, left to right, Bayley Johnson, Chrysten Burleigh, Devan Gould, and Hallie Gardenhire; top row, left to right, Gracyn Gilbreath, Jaci Mathews, Skylar Day, and Co-captain Maggie Prouse. Cheer sponsor is Tiffany Mathews. 

 

Thu
03
Dec

Deer change habits, avoid hunters

By Capt. Bill Watkins
 

The game camera told the story. In three nights it had captured at least nine different deer feeding under and around my feeder. Three of them were mature does with a couple of legal eight point bucks. One of the bucks looked as big as a yearling steer with a thick stubby neck, although his rack was not too special. This buck was at least four years old and had survived all efforts to take him out. 

Thu
19
Nov

A small warm up can bring out the snakes

Thu
12
Nov

Indians plunder Pirates, 50-7

By Dan Luker

The Vidor Pirates ended the 2015 season with a 50-7 loss to District 22-5A’s co-champions, the Port Neches- Groves Indians. The Pirates end the season at 3-7, a one game improvement over the 2014 season. PNG limited Vidor’s once potent offense to 7 points, 10 first downs, 158 total yards and caused three turnovers in clinching a share of the district title with Nederland. 

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Thu
12
Nov

Rain dampens opening day

The frost was white on the ground and the stars were like diamonds twinkling on an ink black background. No doubt the deer would be moving on this opening morning of the season. Hold on! So much for big buck daydreams in fantasy land.

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Tue
10
Nov

Indians plunder Pirates, 50-7

By Dan Luker

The Vidor Pirates ended the 2015 season with a 50-7 loss to District 22-5A’s cochampions, the Port Neches-Groves Indians. The Pirates end the season at 3-7, a one game improvement over the 2014 season. PNG limited Vidor’s once potent offense to 7 points, 10 first downs, 158 total yards and caused three turnovers in clinching a share of the district title with Nederland. 

 

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Thu
05
Nov

Raiders end Pirate playoff hopes with 28-13 win

By Dan Luker

The resurgent Lumberton Raiders clinched their first playoff spot since 2008 by downing Vidor’s Pirates 28-13 last Friday night in Lumberton. The win eliminated the Pirates from playoff contention with one game remaining in a disappointing 2015 season. The Raiders, under first year coach Chris Babin, capitalized on three Pirate turnovers and the running of senior tailback Tim Rhodes, who shredded the Vidor defense with 297 yards rushing.

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Tue
03
Nov

Raiders end Pirate playoff hopes with 28-13 win

By Dan Luker

The resurgent Lumberton Raiders clinched their first playoff spot since 2008 by downing Vidor’s Pirates 28-13 last Friday night in Lumberton. The win eliminated the Pirates from playoff contention with one game remaining in a disappointing 2015 season. 

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Thu
29
Oct

Central Jaguars hangs on to get past Pirates, 36-21

By Dan Luker
 
The Central Jaguars clinched a playoff spot Friday night as they held off a late Pirate rally to defeat Vidor 36-21. Central, currently tied with PNG for second place in district behind Nederland, jumped out to a 22-0 second quarter lead, but the Pirates refused to fold and made a game out of what could have turned into a rout.
 
Tue
27
Oct

Central Jaguars hangs on to get past Pirates, 36-21

By Dan Luker

The Central Jaguars clinched a playoff spot Friday night as they held off a late Pirate rally to defeat Vidor 36-21. Central, currently tied with PNG for second place in district behind Nederland, jumped out to a 22-0 second quarter lead, but the Pirates refused to fold and made a game out of what could have turned into a rout.

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