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20
Jun
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Suarez wins championship by a stroke at annual Invitational Golf Tournament

By Dannie Oliveaux

Ben Suarez won the championship of the 51st Annual Invitational Golf Tournament at the Silsbee Country Club on June 17 by a stroke.

Suarez, who has played on the Adams Tour, at Louisiana Tech and McNeese, started the final round on Sunday with a five-stroke lead (137 to 142) over Ty Grissom.

Suarez had back-to-back rounds of 67 and 70 to build the five stroke lead in the Pro Flight division. Grissom was a picture of consistency with two rounds of 71.

In the final round, the pair played in a foursome with Kevin Meser and David Jones.

 

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Wed
20
Jun
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Fourth annual Raider Pride Camp attracts more than 125 youngsters

By Dannie Oliveaux

LUMBERTON — Lumberton ISD Athletic Director Chris Babin is holding another annual Raider Pride Camp this summer.

This is the fourth year for the camp, according to Babin.

“I got hired in May 2015 and I started the camps shortly after that,” said Babin. “The summer camp and my football numbers were alike. My football numbers went to more than 150 after three years. The first day of summer camp when we started there with about 90 kids.”

Babin said during the first four days during the first week of the 6-week camp, there was an average of 137 youth, both boys and girls. On June 12, he had 150 campers.

 

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Wed
13
Jun
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Nine local seniors playing in all-star tilts

By Dannie Oliveaux

Nine area seniors will participate in the fourth annual Christus All-Star Classic on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 14-16.

This is the seventh year of the All-Star Classic and the third year that Christus Southeast Texas Sports Medicine is the title sponsor.

The Southeast Texas Coaches Association (SETCA) announced June 4 the coaches and teams for the all-star games for softball, volleyball, boys and girls’ basketball, and football.

The softball game is 5 p.m. Thursday, June 14 at Crosby High School Softball Field.

The all-star volleyball, girls and boys’ basketball games begin at 5 p.m. June 15 in the East Chambers High School Gymnasium in Winnie.

 

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Wed
13
Jun
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Rebels dominated all-district team

EVADALE — The Rebels dominated the 25-2A All-District team.

Senior Chris Adams was named as the district’s Offensive Most Valuable Player, while senior Tyler Torres was the Defenisve MVP. Junior Alex Valencia was selected as the Pitcher of the Year.

First team selections were junior Parker Moye at pitcher, freshman Kip Nolan at second, sophomore Klay Slyvester at short stop, seniors Micah Sanchez and Chase Williams in the outfield and junior Judd Powell as a utility player.

 

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Wed
13
Jun
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Henry wins NCAA women’s high jump title

EUGENE, Ore. – University of Texas at Arlington junior Alexus Henry became the first UTA woman ever to win an individual national championship, taking the title in the women’s high jump at the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship June 9 at historic Hayward Field.

Henry, who graduated from Bridge City High School, attended school in Silsbee ISD until the ninth grade.

She was one of three competitors to clear 5 feet, 11 ½ inches, but won by virtue of having the fewest misses at the winning height.

 

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Wed
30
May
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Local players named to Super Gold teams

The Beaumount Enterprise announced members of its 2018 Super Gold teams for the winner spring sports.

Silsbee’s record-setting senior Kalon Barnes was named the Boys Track Athlete of the Year as the Super Gold awards were presented May 21.

 

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Wed
30
May
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OutKast go undefeated in Louisiana tournament

The SETX OutKast 10U fastpitch softball team, took their No. 1 ranking in the state of Texas over to Alexandria, La., this past weekend to participate in the May Ring Match Up tournament.

The OutKast went 6-0, capturing first place in the tournament.

 

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Wed
23
May
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Rebels fall in three-game slugfest with No. 1 Thorndale

Both teams combine for 80 runs and 76 hits

By Dannie Oliveaux

HUNTSVILLE — The Evadale Rebels saw their season come to an end as they lost to No. 1-ranked Thorndale, 20-14, in the final game of the best-of-three series in the Class 2A Region 4 quarterfinals on May 19 at Don Sanders Stadium at Sam Houston State University.

Thorndale won the first game, 16-8, while Evadale record the win in the seond, 15-9.

 

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Wed
23
May
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McGallion and Linn take third at state

COLLEGE STATION — Kountze High School’s Brittney MaGallion and MaKayla Linn placed third in Class 3A girls’ doubles at the UIL State Tennis Tournament on April 18 and 19 at Texas A&M University.

McGallion and Linn defeated Isabel Holland and Jodee Perez of Big Lake Regan County, 6-1 and 6-3.

 

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Wed
16
May
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Kountze’s Brianna Arline takes eighth in 3A girls’ long jump

AUSTIN — Kountze sophomore Brianna Arline finished eighth in the Class 3A girls long jump at the 2018 UIL State Track and Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium on the University of Texas campus on May 11.

Arline’s jump was 17 feet, 1.75 inches — a foot shorter than her qualifying jump of 18-2.

Leonard senior Natalie Simmons won the event with a jump of 18-8 and sister Kelcie Simmons was second at 18- 4.5. Palacious’ Elizabeth Ortiz was third at 17-8 and Goliad’s Amaya Brown, the top qualifier, was fourth at 17-7.

 

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