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Thu
28
Feb

Lady Pirates to battle for first place Friday

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The Lady Pirate varsity soccer team will battle the Lady Bulldogs of Nederland Friday night in Pirate Stadium for first place in district. Vidor’s only district loss this season came at the hands of the Lady Bulldogs in Nederland in early February. 

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Thu
28
Feb

Lady Pirates extend season winning record to 22

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Lady Pirate Jillian Simmons sends the ball as Dayton Lady Bronco Elvira De Leon pursues.

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Gracyn Gilbreath, #17, dribbles the ball as Jillian Simmons blocks.

The Vidor Lady Pirate soccer team continues to extend their winning record and raise the bar for the future with 22 season wins this season. The previous school record for most wins in a season was set in 2014 by the district championship team that went 18-3-5.

The Lady Pirates’ most recent ‘W’ came Tuesday at Pirate Stadium as the Dayton Lady Broncos fell to the Lady Pirates 6-0.

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Thu
28
Feb

Wilhelm signs with LU

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Lance Wilhelm, two-time All-District Deweyville Pirate, will continue his football career at Lamar University after signing his commitment letter at Deweyville yesterday.

Wilhelm, at 5’ 11”, 198 pounds, played on both sides of the ball for Deweyville as middle linebacker and running back.

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Thu
28
Feb

Boys soccer leads early, but falls 4-1 to Dayton

The weather threatened early, with scattered lightning and passing showers, but the Vidor versus Dayton Bronco boys soccer match was able to get underway Tuesday in Dayton.

The Pirates led 1-0 at the half after Jackson LaPray scored early in the game from a penalty kick.

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Thu
28
Feb

Lady Pirates open district softball with a win over Cleveland Indians

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Lady Pirate shortstop Kiley Brown snags a hot grounder from a Cleveland Lady Indian Tuesday before throwing the runner out at first.

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Lady Pirate third baseman Calissa Weber reaches to tag a Lady Indian base runner.

The Lady Pirate 2019 softball season got off to a good start Tuesday with a convincing 10-3 district win over the Cleveland Lady Indians.

Ashlee Malagarie went the distance on the mound for the Lady Pirates, allowing three runs on two hits with three strike outs over seven innings.

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Wed
27
Feb

Indians too much for Pirates in 7-3 loss

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Jackson LaPray focuses on the ball as he maneuvers near the goal in Friday’s home game against Cleveland. LaPray is tied for most goals scored in district at 7.

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Jake Hain, #10, positions the ball as a Cleveland Indian moves in to try for a steal.

The varsity Vidor Pirate soccer team played the Cleveland Indians Friday at Pirate Stadium in a district matchup that saw the Pirates fall 7-3.

“Jackson LaPray scored all three goals for the Pirates in Friday nights game, earning him a “hat trick”, said Vidor Boys Head Soccer Coach Austin Powell.

“Two of his goals were assisted by Kaine Sanchez— one from a big throw in and the other from a pass.

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Wed
27
Feb

Lady Pirates powerlifters advance two to state

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Five Lady Pirates qualified to compete in the Girls’ Regional Powerlifting Meet held last week. Pictured are L-R Nikki Norris, Hayley Kinard, Hope Pridgen, Kylie Welch and Emma Dycus.

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Hayley Kinard poses with her Regional medals.

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Hayley Kinard and Hope Pridgen will advance to the State Powerlifting Meet to be held in Waco in March.

Two Lady Pirate powerlifters will advance to the State Meet in Waco following last week’s Regional Meet.

Hope Pridgen, competing in the 148 pound class, took first place with a total lift of 815 pounds.

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Fri
22
Feb

Pirates soccer falls to PNG Indians 3-1

The varsity Vidor Pirate soccer team traveled to Port Neches-Groves Tuesday evening for a district matchup against the PNG Indians. The Indians jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half, but the Pirates battled back to hold the Indians scoreless in the second half while scoring a goal of their own.

“It was a very hard fought game,” said Vidor Head Boys Soccer Coach Austin Powell. “Brance Fredericksen scored our solo goal from a corner kick.”

 

 

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Fri
22
Feb

Lady Pirates overwhelm Lady Mustangs 15-0

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Lady Pirate Bailee Rowe is safe at home on a throwing error Tuesday. The Lady Pirates won 15-0 over the WOS Lady Mustangs.

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Ashlee Malagarie and Gabby LeGlue. First homeruns of the season vs Bridge City.

It was a blowout win Tuesday as the Lady Pirates breezed to a 15-0 victory over the Lady Mustangs of West Orange Stark in four innings.

Vidor scored 15 runs on 10 hits and committed no errors.

West Orange scored no runs on one hit and committed zix errors.

Ashlee Malagarie went the distance on the mound for the Lady Pirates, giving up one hit, striking out three and walking one.

After scoring a single run in the first, the Lady Pirate’s bats exploded in the second for seven runs, adding another five in the third inning and two in the fourth inning.

 

 

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Fri
22
Feb

Lady Pirates make history with 2-0 win over PNG

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Brooklyn Healy leads the Lady Pirates in scoring this year with 24 goals.

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The 2019 Lady Pirate varsity soccer team (5-1) continues to set records this season and have now moved into second place in District 21-5A behind the Nederland Lady Bulldogs (6-0). The team has won 20 games so far this season, beating the previous record that was set by the 2014 District Championship team that finished 18-3-5.

The Lady Pirates soccer team is breaking records and making history in 2019 as they make another run for the playoffs.

Tuesday night at home the Lady Pirates raised the bar again for most games won in a season when they defeated the Lady Indians of PNG.

“We are now 20-1 overall, 5-1 in district and sit in second place by ourselves,” said VISD Head Girls Soccer Coach Ralph fields.

 

 

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