Sports

Thu
22
Jan

Cross Country Winners

 
Two Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School students had very good runs in cross country competition this year. Senior James Armstrong easily won District and freshman Olivia Keltz placed second at District. They both qualified to run at Regionals and Olivia advanced to State. The Board of Trustees recognized both students for their accomplishments during the regular meeting on January 2. Dena Adkins is the LCM Cross Country Coach.
Thu
22
Jan

Croft Signs Letter

Dalton Croft, a Vidor High School senior, signed to play baseball on a full scholarship at Panola Junior College. He is joined by all his teammates. Dalton is a three-time All District shortstop, 
was named Freshman of the Year by the area coaching association, and was also named to the Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold team his freshman year. 
 
Tue
20
Jan

Ninteen LCM Players earned All-District honors

Carter Beck, Robert Green, Tyler Brown, Coby Roddy, Kade Bland, Ethan Reed, Chris Schilz, Drake Trawhon, Mitchell Lee, Dylan Gruber, Chris Winters, Bay Quebodeaux, Marvis Brown, Trey Chandler, Marlon Sanders, Reese Bromley, Taylor Hulsey, and Sam King. Not pictured: Jake Sonnier.

Nineteen Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School boys claimed 22 honors on this year’s District 10-4A Football team. Athletic Director and Head Coach, Randy Crouch, introduced them to the Board of Trustees at Monday night’s Board meeting.

 

Tue
20
Jan

Volleyball team recognized by LCMCISD school board

During the recognition portion of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Board of Trustees meeting, the Board recognized the Volley Team for their outstanding accomplishments – as a team and individually. The team took the District Championship, with a 38-5 record overall and 12-0 in district.

 

Wed
14
Jan

Girls JV team defeats Beaumont Ozen in overtime

The Lady Pirate JV basketball team won in overtime over the Ozen Lady Panthers Friday night at Pirate Gym. Both teams played hard on defense resulting in a low scoring game with the Lady Pirates winning 32-30. The win was a team effort as every player contributed to the victory. Coach Aaron Credeur also coached a great game. On defense Rylea Rutledge had over 10 rebounds and played great defense with several steals. She also scored seven points on offense.

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Wed
07
Jan

Both Vidor varsity basketball teams lose to Nederland

The Lady Pirates varsity team is now 0-3 in district play after losing to the Nederland Lady Dogs Friday night at Nederland. The Lady Pirates were up 21- 18 at halftime but couldn’t put the Lady Dogs away in the second half. Senior Makayla Darbonne is still injured but will be back soon.

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Fri
26
Dec

Bret Hall named First Team All-District in 22-5A football

By Billy Elliott
 
Defensive back Bret Hall was named First Team All-District for his play at corner back for the Pirates. Hall also was a good receiver on offense for the Pirates. Running back Blake Rowe made second team. Named honorable mention on Super Gold teams were Michael Marion and Haylon Leckelt.
 
Wed
24
Dec

Bret Hall named First Team All-District in 22-5A football

Defensive back Bret Hall was named First Team All-District for his play at corner back for hte Pirates. Hall also was a good receiver on offense for hte Pirates. Running back Blake Rowe made second team. Named honorable metion on Super Gold teams were Michael Marion and Haylon Leckelt.

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Wed
24
Dec

Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Field Notes

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.
 
Missed a Spot
When a landowner in Red River County heard gunshots near his property, he called his local game warden for help. The warden searched several deer camps and found evidence of blood at an unoccupied camp. There, the warden observed that the hunter had made an effort to rake up the remaining debris and place it in a nearby burn barrel. When the warden located the hunter, he had power-washed his vehicle in an attempt to remove blood evidence. After questioning, the hunter admitted to shooting an 11-point buck with his .30-.30 rifle during archery season. Case pending.

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Thu
18
Dec

Varsity girls basketball takes third place

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