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Thu
01
Mar

Pirates top Panthers 5-1, advance to third

By Randall Luker

The Vidor Pirates 5- 1 soccer win over the Ozen Panthers Tuesday, coupled with Central’s 2-1 loss to the Memorial Titans the same evening, moved the Pirates into third place in district standings with four games remaining. The top four district finishers gain a playoff spot.

The Pirates got on the scoreboard early and often. 

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Tue
27
Feb

Indians too much for Pirate soccer

By Randall Luker

The Port Neches- Groves soccer teams swept the Pirates Friday with a win over the Pirates and Lady Pirates. The Lady Pirate varsity soccer team lost a home match with PNG by a 3-0 score Friday night. PNG’s first goal came about ten minutes into the game when the ball kicked by the PNG offense ricocheted off a Lady Pirate defender’s foot into the net. Shortly after, at 25:20 in the first, PNG scored again and again at 20:30 to go up 3-0.

 

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Thu
22
Feb

Pirates win streak ends in OT

By Randall Luker

 

The varsity Pirate soccer team’s five game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night when the Central Jaguars scored twice in the second overtime to claim a 4-3 victory. The Pirates had a 2-0 lead at halftime, but the Jaguars clawed their way back into the game with two scores of their own in the second half to tie the score 2-2 as time expired.

The Pirates scored once again in the first OT to go ahead 3-2 in the game, but Central came back in the second OT with two goals to claim a 4-3 win

 

 

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Tue
20
Feb

Seminoles blank Hurricanes 27-0 in season opener

By Randall Luker

 

Vidor’s own Golden Triangle Seminoles’ debut in Pirate Stadium was wet and muddy, but in spite of the less than perfect conditions, there were plenty of fireworks on the field as the Seminoles dominated the Katy Hurricanes 27-o. The Seminoles played a complete game, scoring through the air, on the ground and on defense.

 

The scoring began when Quarterback Trey Green found wide receiver Bradley Greene open inside the 10 at 13:39 in the first quarter and Greene hauled in an over the shoulder pass to put the Seminoles up by 6. The PAT was good and the Seminoles had a perfect start to the 2018 season.

 

Tue
20
Feb

Girls Golf Team

The Lady Pirate Golf Team has started the season out strong, placing in all three of the tournaments they have competed in. The girls took third place in the Anahuac tournament, thi rd place in the Silsbee tournament, and got seco nd place in their home tournament. The team members that have competed are Nyah Sciarrilla, Kayla Lee, Megan Davis, Mackenzie Reynolds, and Blakleigh Sanders. Coach Hannah Rees says, “These girls have a love for the game, wonderful attitudes, and competitive spirits and I am sure that the rest of the season will be as awesome as the beginning has been. I am so grateful to work with such a great group of young ladies and I am so proud of them.”

 

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Thu
15
Feb

Pirate soccer moves up to third with win over PAM

By Randall Luker

The varsity Pirate soccer team moved into third place after a Tuesday night home win over the Port Arthur Memorial Titans. A rain soaked field hampered play with all goals coming in the second half. Vidor scored first with less than two minutes gone on a Dylan Houseman score to put the Pirates up 1-0. Again, at 31:57, Pirate Garret Healy scored to put the Pirates up 2-0.

Port Arthur avoided a shutout with a goal on a penalty kick late in the second half to end the scoring at 2-1 Vidor.

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Thu
15
Feb

A good red fish bite on Sabine Lake makes a good day

By Capt. Bill Watkins

The alarm clock was beeping. It sounded as if it were far away but getting ever closer. As I awakened I heard a young man’s voice saying, “You are not going fishing today”. Still groggy, I wondered who said that. It is crazy how dreams are and there is no explaining most of them. Oh well, there was no time to dwell on it because that day was a fishing day and I had to get dressed and moving. I will have to admit though that I was really careful driving to Sabine lake. After arriving at the ramp and launching the boat I thought of the voice again. “Well, I made it this far”, I thought to myself. Nine miles latter I pulled the boat up to our first fishing spot and dropped the Power Pole anchor in the mud. No one was ready to cast but me. So, I decided that I would make the first cast.

Thu
15
Feb

Pirates basketball a season to remember

By Randall Luker

The Vidor Pirate varsity basketball team finished fifth in district in 2018 with a 6- 8 record. “We won 17 overall and were 17-17 for the season,” said Coach Nate Smith, who is in his eighth year as a Vidor basketball coach, his second as head coach.

“It’s the most wins we’ve had in the last seven years. Last year we had 11 wins, so it’s a big jump there.”

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Tue
13
Feb

Over the Opposition

Gavin Jarrell jumps to shoot over the Open defenders in the Pirates last home game of the season. The Pirates must beat Nederland Tuesday night in Nederland to force a play in game to determine the fourth place spot in district to get into the playoffs.

 

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Tue
13
Feb

Pirates tops Nederland 4-3 in varsity soccer

By Randall Luker

It was an amazing finish to a hard fought game as the varsity soccer Pirates topped the Nederland Bulldogs 4-3 in a comeback win made even more spectacular as the Pirates were playing one man short after a player was shown his second yellow card and ejected. The winning goal, a textbook long distance kick by Garrett Healy, came with 4:16 remaining and sailed over the defenders’ heads, dropping at just the right moment to find the corner of the goal just out of the reach of Nederland goalie’s outstretched arms.

Tied 2-2 at the half, the Pirates fell behind 3-2 early in the second half but battled back, scoring twice in the final 15 minutes of the second half, once on a penalty kick, and again on Healy’s effort. Both goals came after a Pirate player was shown his second yellow card and ejected, giving Nederland a one player advantage.

 

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