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Playoff-bound Bears head to Vidor to face Pirates
While the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Battlin’ Bears are looking forward to their first Class 4A playoff game for the first time since 1997, Vidor wants to close out their season with some flair as the Pirates welcome LC-M to Pirate Stadium for the District 20-4A finale for both teams.
Lady Cards down PN-G in opener
The Bridge City Lady Cardinals got off to a high flying start to their basketball season Tuesday night by defeating the Port Neches-Groves Lady Indians 56-48.
Lady Bears fall to Dayton in 4; BC and OF both swept
After dominating Game One, the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Lady Bears couldn’t overcome the Dayton Lady Broncos and their hitter Presley Bell as Dayton downed the Lady Bears 11-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-23 in Class 4A Region III bidistrict playoff action at Panther Gym at Ozen High School.
Lady Mustangs down Legacy in season opener
The West Orange-Stark Lady Mustangs, under the guidance of first-year head coach Randy Ragsdale, picked up a win in their season opener Tuesday night by downing the Beaumont Legacy Christian Lady Warriors 62-55 at Mustang Gym.
OF's Wiley, WO-S's Thompson net Players of the Week
Orangefield senior running back Carl Wiley is The Orange Leader’s Offensive Player of the Week while West Orange-Stark junior defensive back Deionte Thompson is the Defensive Player of the Week after both had outstanding performances last week.
Central runs past LC-M, 42-14
In a battle to settle at least second-place in District 20-4A the Beaumont Central Jaguars took no prisoners as they posted a 42-14 victory over the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Battlin’ Bears at Battlin’ Bear Stadium Friday night.
Mustangs motor past Cards, 40-16
It’s official, the District 21-3A championship will be at Dan Hooks Stadium in West Orange on Nov. 8.
Bobcats ground and pound Buna, 35-20
The Orange Bobcats high-powered offense ran past the Buna Cougars Friday night and are one victory away from a trip to the playoffs.
Vidor topples Livingston, 34-14
A long road trip didn’t prevent the Vidor Pirates from getting their second District 20-4A win.
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