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Wed
17
Jan
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Lady Tigers beat Orangefield, Bridge City for 22-4A wins

ORANGEFIELD — The Silsbee Lady Tigers improved to 3-0 in District 22- 4A with a 61-51 win over the Orangefield Lady Bobcats on Jan. 12.

Emery Maze scored five of her team-high 16 points in the first period as Silsbee took a 14-6 lead.

Dakota Matthews popped in seven in the second to help give the Lady Tigers a 28-17 margin at halftime.

 

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Wed
17
Jan
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Tigers whip Orangefield in 22-4A opener

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Tigers opened up District 22-4A action with an 87-62 win over the Orangefield Bobcats at home on Jan. 12.

Tiger coach Joe Sigler put a unique lineup on the court to start the game. He started Kalon Barnes, Adonis Thomas, Trey Lowe, Chris Martin and Decolby Jones.

The Tigers jumped out to a 13-3 lead in the first four minutes of the game as Martin tallied five points. The Bobcats only points were a three-point basket.

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Kountze boys, girls claim 23-3A wins

Both teams spotless in district play

KOUNTZE — The Kountze Lions improved their District 23-3A mark to 3-0 with wins over Warren and Hardin last week.

On Jan. 5, the Lions defeated Warren, 79-36.

Jeremiah Barker and Dante Carey drilled in a pair of three-pointers as the Lions tallied 18 points in the first period for an 18-4 margin. The Warriors had trouble getting the ball up court against the Lions’ full-court press.

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Highlanders nip Tigers, 67-63

By Danny Reneau

THE WOODLANDS — The Silsbee Tigers played poor defense as Class 6A The Woodland pulled off a 67-63 non-district win at home on Jan 2.

Silsbee seemed slow to get out on defense which allowed the Highlanders to popped in nine three-point baskets — most were uncontested.

Both teams started off the game slowly with The Woodlands hitting a pair of threes for a 10-4 margin. Jordyn Adam’s three-pointer in the final second of the first period tied the game, 10-10.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Lady Tigers beat Hudson at home

Dakota Matthews scored a game-high 21 as the Silsbee Lady Tigers posted a 77-42 home win over Hudson in non-district action on Jan. 2.

Matthews, who had seven points in the first half, scored 14 in the second half — including a pair of three-point buckets.

The Lady Tigers built a 12-4 lead at the end of the first inning, then outscored Hudson, 23-11, in the second for a 35-15 margin at halftime.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Tigers record 2-1 mark at Coca-Cola Classic

DALLAS — The Silsbee Tigers posted a 2-1 mark at the annual Dallas ISD Coca- Cola Classic on Dec. 27-29.

The Tigers started off with a convincing 78-39 win over Class 6A Dallas Adamson. Silsbee opened up the game with a 25-0 run and finished the opening period ahead, 25-6.

Dallas Adamson was unable to catch up as the Tigers went into intermission with a 32-point lead.

Brealon Bush hit a team-high 15 markers, while Kalon Barnes netted 13 with 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Silsbee holds off Lady Raiders’ late rally for win

By Danny Reneau

LUMBERTON — The Silsbee Lady Tigers defeated the Lumberton Lady Raiders, 99- 93, in non-district action on Dec. 19.

The game started out like a house on fire but ended up in a shootout.

Megan Wilkinson and Kayden Morris combined for 29 points as the Lady Raiders held a 31-29 lead at the end of the opening period. Wilkinson hit 19 and Morris had 10.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Center upsets Tigers, 76-74

By Dannie Oliveaux

CENTER — Jaterious Evans hit two free throws with 15.3 seconds left as the Center Roughriders upset the No. 1-ranked Silsbee Tigers, 76- 74, before a packed crowd on Dec. 19.

The win was not certain, not even in the final seconds. In fact, the final 15 seconds took nearly four minutes to complete.

Six-foot-5 Reggie Daniels’ block of Kalon Barnes’ shot at the rim started the transition that led to Evans being fouled and going to the line for two.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Lady Tigers thrash Hargrave, 90-25 Four Lady Tigers tallied in double figures for a 90-25 thrashing

Four Lady Tigers tallied in double figures for a 90-25 thrashing of Huffman Hargrave at home in non-district action on Dec. 15. Silsbee dropped in four three-pointers in the opening period for a 21-6 lead. With scoring another 21 points in the second, the Lady Tigers went into intermission with a commanding 42- 13 margin.

The Lady Tigers finished 10 three-pointers with T’Nya Irvin and Carley Jones each hitting three apiece. Irvin tossed in a game-high 17 markers and Jones had 12. Ahlayia Henry chipped in 13 and Brandin Bass had 10. Datoka Matthews and Emery Maze finished with nine apiece. Silsbee held the Lady Falcons to single-digit scoring in each of the four periods.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Lions fall to Diboll in OT, 84-78

By Danny Reneau

KOUNTZE — The Kountze Lions dropped an overtime game as the Diboll Lumberjacks claimed a 84-78 non-district win in the Lions Dens on Dec. 15. Both teams were tied, 66- 66, at regulation. The Lumberjacks scored 18 points in the extra period.

The Lions’ Dallion Edwards returned to the court after suffering a back injury earlier in the season. JaQuade Warren dropped in a couple of three-pointers as the Lions took a 22-14 lead to end the opening period. Dante Carey and Jeremiah Barker hit five each in the first.

 

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