Sports

Wed
21
Sep

Silsbee opens district with big win

Lady Tigers continue to roll

By Daniel Elizondo

The Silsbee Lady Tigers aren’t lacking in exciting games this season after an opening thriller at home against West Orange-Stark on Tuesday.

Silsbee (24-3, 1-0 in Dist. 24-4A) has had its share of thrillers, but Tuesday nights match was the best-of-the-best after downing the district rival.

Silsbee and West Orange-Stark battled point-for-point, but the Lady Tigers outlasted the Lady Mustangs in the deciding fifth set for a 3-2 (25-21, 22-25, 25-13, 21-25, 15-4) win.

It was the second win for the Silsbee Lady Tigers that needed five sets in one week’s time.

Wed
21
Sep

Rebels remain unbeaten

Wed
21
Sep

Lions mauled in 2nd quarter

Wed
14
Sep

Kountze claims win as time expires 37-36

Wed
14
Sep

Defense dooms Jasper

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Fri
09
Sep

Questions arise on artificial turf in Silsbee

Superintendent hopeful that some day district will be able to purchase it for Tiger Stadium

By Daniel Elizondo

Many at Tiger Stadium were disappointed on several plays that saw football players from both Silsbee and Newton sliding for their lives on Friday, Sept. 2.

For many skill players, footing was a problem, however, it is duly noted that the area has received an exorbitant amount of rain in the last several months.

“When we did a core test to resurface the track, the engineers found water at about a foot deep,” Silsbee Superintendent Richard Bain said. “It was coming up like crude oil. It’s just one of those things that is indicative of our area.”

Wed
07
Sep

Rebels push pastWarren 34-14 onWarriors home turf, Friday

Tyler Torres completed 13- of-28 passes with four touchdowns and 104 yards as the Evadale Rebels cruised to a 34-14 victory over Warren on Friday. The two teams came into the game with 1-0 records but it was quickly evident that the Evadale offense was too much for Warren to contain.
 
Wed
07
Sep

Missed opportunities haunt Tigers 49-33

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Silsbee put forth a better defensive effort from a week prior, leaving the run-savvy offense of Newton to draw up a different plan. The Newton Eagles (2-0) proved it didn’t need to rely on its run-game to win, and poured out the passing attack against the Silsbee Tigers en route to a 49-33 win.
Wed
31
Aug

Weather forces cancelation of Kountze game

Wed
31
Aug

PN-G pummels Silsbee in opener, 54-27

By Daniel Elizondo
 

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