Sports

Wed
22
Feb

SHS Tigers pick up Bi-District Win over Huntington

The Silsbee Tigers opened up on a 27-2 run as they blitzed their way past Huntington in the Bi-District round of playoff action Monday. The Tigers, at times, took the opportunity to lob passes for dunk attempts and seemed to have a good time playing the game. At one point during the run, at the start of the game, Willie Jones had the opportunity for a huge dunk as the ball bounced off the rim.

 

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Wed
22
Feb

Silsbee girls use speed and outside shooting to claim win over tough Hardin Jefferson squad 76-70

When the girls basketball season opened on November 8, the Hardin Jefferson Hawks handed the Silsbee Lady Tigers a 76-70 loss. On Thursday, the Silsbee Lady Tigers returned the favor by handing the Hawks a season ending loss 66-51. The two teams are both outstanding teams, and both of them are very young with each team having only one senior.

 

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Wed
15
Feb

Soccer Team

The Silsbee Tigers varsity soccer team played Anahuac last Friday and the Tigers claimed a 6-2 victory over the visitors.

 

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Wed
15
Feb

Lady Tigers Bi-District Champs

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Lady Tigers opened 2017 playoff action with a 84-15 victory over the Jasper Bulldogs. Silsbee took a 20-2 lead in the first quarter of the game. Symone Carmenar hit for 14 points in the first period. The young Tiger team which has only one senior, Carmenar, was too fast, too big and too offensive for their opponents.

 

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Fri
10
Feb

News Release from Silsbee ISD on boys basketball game

The Silsbee boys basketball game against West Orange-Stark will remain at West Orange-Stark High School with only varsity teams competing at a 6 p.m. start time.

West Orange-Cove ISD officials have confirmed extra security for the game, inside and outside of the facilities.

The Silsbee basketball team bus will be escorted to a secure parking space, and security officials will escort the team into the gymnasium.

There will be a separate designated area for Silsbee fan parking. Signs for Silsbee fan parking will be posted by the north entrance next to the Senior Cafe. The parking area will be at the north side of the campus by the tennis courts for Silsbee only.

Wed
08
Feb

Three SHS teammates sign Letters of Intent

By Danny Reneau

Three Silsbee High School football players signed letters of intent to play football at the next level during a ceremony on National Signing Day, Feb. 1. Calvin Tyler Jr. will play football next year for Oregon State University at Corvalis. Quarterback Willie Jones Jr. made an unexpected switch and chose to sign to play at Texas State University. Outside linebacker Michael Mc- Cain committed months ago to play football at Stephen F. Austin University and he stuck firm on that commitment right though the signing.

 

 

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Wed
08
Feb

Tigers score 255 points in pair of wins over Hamshire Fannett and Orangefield

The Silsbee Tigers won a pair of games last week, 124- 37 over Hamshire Fannett and 131-47 over Orangefield. The one sided nature of the games is largely because Silsbee has the strongest group of players in the district. The situation is that not only is the Tigers first unit strong but their second unit would probably be the second best unit in the district if they played in another uniform.

 

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Wed
01
Feb

Tigers ramsack teams in 22-4A basketball race

Tuesday evening two old rivals met on the basketball court at the Silsbee High School gym. The visitors were the West Orange Stark Mustangs, and the hosts were the Silsbee Tigers. WOS has dominated foes on the football field for years, and they also have the most athletic players in the district outside Silsbee.
 
Wed
01
Feb

Calvin Tyler is finalist for Willie Ray Smith Award

By Danny Reneau
 
Calvin Tyler was named as a finalist for the 2017 Willie Ray Smith Award, Thursday. This award is given each year to the top offensive and defensive high school football players in Southeast Texas. Tyler accepted the news by stating, “It was a blessing for me and my family. There are a lot of great athletes. I have worked hard to be one of them.”
 
Wed
25
Jan

Silsbee girls slam Lady Horns 94-36

Symone Carmenar hit for 34 points Tuesday evening as the Silsbee Lady Tigers blasted Hamshire-Fannett 94- 36. Carmenar hit for nine in the first quarter as Silsbee jumped ahead of the Lady Longhors 20-7. Coach Ricky Jacks, who moved from Lumberton to Harmshire Fannett this year, could not find the answer for Carmenar or the Lady Tigers.
 

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