Sports

Wed
22
Oct

Second half surge lifts Silsbee

Confidence boosters are never a bad thing when times are tough. For the Silsbee Tigers, needing every ounce of confidence to move forward was welcomed at any expense. On Friday, the ball bounced  the right way for the Tigers in propelling to a three touchdown third quarter that resulted in its first Dist. 10-4A-D1 victory over Splendora 34-25. 
 

 

Wed
22
Oct

Lions win puts them back in play-off hunt

Last Friday night’s football game for the Kountze Lions against the Warren Warriors, was almost a repeat of their previous match against the Hardin Hornets. The Lions brought home the winning title with a 54-14 score. The game started off with the Lions receiving the ball. Within less than a minute of clock time, starting QB Grayland Arnold, rushed two yards for the Lions’ first touch down
 

 

Wed
15
Oct

Kountze Lions pound Hardin 60-14

By: Meagan Moore
 
The Kountze Lions did not have a great start this year. The football team entered its Homecoming game with an 0-5 season looming over the team. However, on Friday, the Lions left the field victorious with a 60-14 victory over the Hardin Hornets in its first win.

 

Wed
15
Oct

DEDICATED, DESERVING

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Two new Silsbee High School Wall of Honor recipients will be honored at an induction reception on Friday. Doug Shankle and Deryl McGallion were named to the 2014 Wall of Honor, and both will be featured at the Silsbee High School pep rally and football game that evening.

 

Wed
08
Oct

Tigers drop district game to Huffman 55-21

Silsbee Tiger fans had little to cheer about Friday when the Tigers opened district play at Huffman Hargrave. The Falcons jumped to a 14-0 first quarter lead and then tacked on four touchdowns in the second quarter to put the game away.
 

 

Wed
08
Oct

Coach now in 38th year at SHS with plans to continue

As the football season reaches its midway mark, one of the coaches has toiled on the practice field for 38 years. BobbyWoodard grew up in Silsbee, where he played football, track and baseball before earning a scholarship to Lamar in 1972.
 

 

Wed
01
Oct

Turnovers, field position hold back Tigers

By Daniel Elizondo.
 
The Silsbee Tigers continue to struggle with maintaining possession of the football, and it once again deterred the struggling offense to put up a win over the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears on Friday night in the District 10-4AD1 opener. Silsbee had chances to put itself in position to win the game, but two key turnovers and a botched fourth down all but set the Tigers back once again.
 

 

Wed
01
Oct

Back In The Chain Gang

By Daniel Elizondo.
 
It seems like it is an easy task, holding yard markers and down markers at football games. If you aren’t familiar with the terms, take a look at the sidelines at any football game and you will see a group of people holding up those large, orange signs, including one that either shows a one, two, three or four.
 

 

Wed
24
Sep

Rebels come home with big win on homecoming night at EHS

By Scott Loar.
 
The Evadale Rebels could have easily been called the “Road Warriors” as they played their first three games all away from the friendly confines of the Battlefield. The Rebels were 2-1 during those road games and in a turn of fate, their first game at home was also the 2014 homecoming game.

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Wed
24
Sep

Silsbee girls drop Orangefield in straight sets Friday

The Silsbee Lady Tigers fell behind Orangefield 14-6 in the first game of their match and then rallied from behind to win 25-23. After this the Silsbee girls dominated the match to win in straight sets 25-23, 25-22, and 25-21. Silsbee used their power to attack Orangefield. Eranisha Carmenar had 13 kills in 28 attempts and Katie Lewis had 10 kills in the game in 25 attempts.

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