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Wed
07
Jun
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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
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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
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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
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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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Wed
24
May
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Thorndale outlasts Evadale in regionals 4-3 and 3-1

By Danny Reneau

The Evadale Rebels baseball season drew to an abrupt halt Saturday when they lost a close game to Thorndale by a 4-3 score.

The Rebels dropped the first game, 3-1.

The first game on Friday was actually closer than the second game.

 

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Wed
24
May
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Silsbee season ends at the hands of Bridge City

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Tigers baseball season ended in the Regional Quarterfinals when they suffered a pair of losses to one of their rivals, the Bridge City Cardinals.

Coach Michael Nelson described the losses as “two of the toughest losses I have ever had.” He continued on, “We just picked a bad time to play bad.”

Earlier in the year the Tigers defeated Bridge City by scores of 11-1 and 9-1.

 

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Wed
17
May
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Silsbee run rules Hargrave in game 1

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Tigers used their bats to pound their way to a 12-2 win over Huffman Hargrave in the first game of a best-of-3 series Thursday evening at Texas Slam in Livingston. The game ended after six innings because of the 10- run rule after five innings.

The Tigers started ace pitcher Trevis Sundgren, and he was never seriously threatened during the game, throwing just 87 pitches to claim the victory.

 

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Wed
17
May
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Barnes wins 100, 200 state titles

By Scott McDonald

Who’s to say what Kalon Barnes could do if he ever runs a complete race. Even with minor glitches at the state track meet in Austin last Saturday, he still swept gold in the 100- and 200-yard dashes.

A Herculean effort on his part almost had the boys 4x100 relay team atop the podium, but instead they finished second in that race.

The Silsbee boys team scored 36 points in those three races, tying them for third in the team standings with Big Spring. Atlanta scored 43 to win the Class 4A team title and Dallas Carter was second with 40.

 

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Wed
10
May
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Evadale crushes Muford in run-rule sweep Friday

By Scott McDonald

The Evadale baseball team made a long trip to Montgomery to make quick work of Mumford in the Class 2A Region IV bi-district round last Friday.

The Rebels scored early in both games — each of them a five-inning run-rule contest — to take the best-of-3 serie.

 

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Wed
10
May
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Silsbee relay, sprinters headed to state

By Scott McDonald

A quintet of Silsbee sprinters aspire to reach the medal podium at the state tack and field meet this Saturday. For three of them, they’re not just chasing history — they’re trying to repeat family history.

Three members of the 1988 Silsbee state champion boys 4x100 relay team have children running this weekend at Mike A. Myers Stadium on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin.

“We feel like we have to do the same thing,” said senior Calvin Tyler Jr., whose dad Calvin senior was on the 1988 state champion relay team.

 

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