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Bears slam Ozen to even up 20-4A mark
The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears evened up their District 20-4A record Friday night by taking down the Beaumont Ozen Panthers 11-1 in six innings at Gibbens Field.
Lady Bobcats take down WO-S in six
The Orangefield Lady Bobcats defeated the West Orange-Stark Lady Mustangs 11-0 in six innings in District 21-3A action at Lady Mustang Field Friday night.
Lady Pirates shut down Lady Bears
The Vidor Lady Pirates maintained their stanglehold on the District 20-4A softball race by defeating Orange County rival Little Cypress-Mauriceville 3-0 at Lady Pirate Field Friday night to wrap up the first half of district play.
Lady Cards take down H-F
The Bridge City Lady Cardinals took down the Hamshire-Fannett Lady Longhorns 8-3 in District 21-3A action Tuesday night at Lady Longhorn Field.
WO-S' Paige makes All-State; LC-M's Fuss All-Region
West Orange-Stark senior guard LaQuarious Paige made the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Class 3A All-State and All-Region Team that was announced Friday.
LC-M throwers, WO-S speedsters shine at Bear Relays
Though no Orange County team won the Battlin’ Bears Relays, there was plenty of local tracksters that showed they’re ready for their upcoming district championships after putting up big marks at Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Thursday.
Battlin' Bear Relays results
Here are the results of the Battlin’ Bear Relays held at LC-M High School Thursday:
Lady Pirate Kohn wins State Power Meet
Vidor's Mi'Kayla Kohn captured the state powerlifting title in the 198-pound division with highest total weight lifted in Classes 1A through 5A.
Bears Relays set for Thursday; SE Texas track leaders
Battlin’ Bear Stadium will be a busy venue Thursday as Little Cypress-Mauriceville will welcome 13 schools to compete at the Battlin’ Bear Relays.
BC, OF golfers compete well at Wildwood
Both the Bridge City and Orangefield boys golf teams competed well at the Warren Golf Tournament in Wildwood Tuesday.
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