Sports

Wed
12
Jul

Sam Rayburn is number 2 bass lake in the US

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Minnesota’s state motto is “Star of the North,” which seems appropriate seeing Bassmaster Magazine has crowned the state’s second largest lake as the best bass fishery in the nation based on the recent release of the publication’s 100 Best Bass Lakes rankings.

Mille Lacs Lake, a 132,516- acre natural lake located 100 miles north of the Minneapolis- St. Paul area, soared to the No. 1 spot after months of research unveiled its unbelievable production of smallmouth bass. Mille Lacs was ranked No. 6 in the nation last year.

 

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Wed
12
Jul

Fastest in Texas named to ALL-USA Sprint Team

By: Daniel Elizondo

Senior track star Kalon Barnes continues to receive accolades after earning a spot on the first team of the All- USA Boys Track & Field Sprinters by USA Today released on Tuesday, July 11.

After winning two gold medals in the Texas UIL State Track & Field Championships in the 100- and 200-meter sprints, including a state record in the 100 in a time of 10.22, the lights began to shine bright on the incoming Silsbee senior.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Evadale’s Williams coaches all-star game

Evadale varsity baseball coach Mark Williams (above) was a coach at the 2017 THSBCA All Star game at Dell Diamond (right) in Round Rock.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Arnaud wins third MGA Invitational

Two separate golfers knock in a hole-in-one

By Scott McDonald

The Men’s Golf Association saw lots of familiar faces at its 50th Invitational golf tournament last weekend. Then again, they saw something that hasn’t been done in nearly a quarter of a century.

As the participants awaited results in the clubhouse early Sunday evening, tournament director Mike Sanchez addressed the crowd.

 

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Wed
14
Jun

State basketball champs receive their rings

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee boys basketball team received their state championship rings last week at a special ceremony at Tiger gym. Above, the group gathers at mid-court to show off their new bling. Left, head coach Joe Zigler gives a close up of the enormous rock won by capturing the Class 4A state title.

 

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Wed
14
Jun

Evadale players named to all-district baseball team

By Danny Reneau

The Evadale Rebels had an outstanding baseball year. They started off a little slow but came on strong to finish second in district and advance four rounds deep into the state playoffs. The district champion, Dallardsville Big Sandy, advanced all the way to the state title game where they lost to Muenster.

This year Evadale had four players honored with superlatives in District 25-2A.

Parker Moye was named as the Offensive MVP. Tyler Torres was the Defensive MVP, Daniel Bean was the Pitcher of the Year and Alex Valencia was Newcomer of the Year.

In addition, Cade Flowers was an all-district selection at shortstop and Micah Sanchez and Coy Williams were firstteam all-district outfielders. Klay Sylvester was a second- team all-district second baseman and Judd Powell was a second-team utility player. Wyatt Taylor, Tyler Montavlo and Bryce Tousha were honorable mention players.

 

Wed
07
Jun

Silsbee 7-on-7 team places second in tournaments

Silsbee 7-on-7 has competed in two tournaments so far this summer. Silsbee got second in the Beaumont Legacy Tournament, falling to Westbrook in the championship game on May 27.

 

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Wed
07
Jun

Evadale racks up all-district

By Danny Reneau

Savannah Wilson and Bree Marshall received superlatives during the all-district announcements for District 25-2A last week. The Lady Rebels finished the year with a record of 26-5.

Wilson, a sophomore, was selected as the District MVP. She led the Lady Rebs at the plate with a .547 batting average. She had 47 hits in 99 plate appearances, including 24 singles, 15 doubles, one triple and seven home runs. She also was hit by a pitch five times and walked eight times. She had a .606 base percentage. In addition, she had a good glove. She had 40 chances in the field with only one error for a .975 fielding percentage. The best thing about her is that she is a sophomore. 

 

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Wed
31
May

Two Kountze athletes for Super Gold

By Meagan Moore

Every year the Beaumont Enterprise sports writers select athletes from various schools throughout Southeast Texas as a Super Gold athlete for their statistics in various sports. The schools range from 1A to 6A and can be chosen from any of the area schools.

This year, Cooper Coe and TJ Stanford were selected to represent Kountze High School for the Super Gold for baseball and basketball.

 

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Wed
31
May

Silsbee’s Partain, Sundgren headline all-district team

By Danny Reneau

The 22-4A all-district baseball teams have been released. Jack Dallas of West Orange- Stark was named as the District MVP.

Chase Partain of Silsbee was selected as the Offensive MVP and Trevis Sundgren of Silsbee was named as the Pitcher of the Year.

 

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