SNOOK — The Evadale High School boys and girls competed in the Class 2A District 25 and 26 area meet on April 14 at Snook High School, with the top two finishers in each event qualifying for the Region 4 meet.
The Lumberton Lady Raiders won the District 22-4A girls’ tennis championship last week at the Beaumont Tennis Complex.
BRIDGE CITY – The Bridge City Lady Cardinals made quick work of the Silsbee Lady Tigers 13-0 in 5 innings to clinch a playoff berth out of District 22-4A on April 16.
The cancellation of the Class 4A area track meet on April 14 because of bad weather means half of the boys and girls who qualified will move on to the 4A Region 3 meet on Friday and Saturday, April 23 and 24, at Clear Creek ISD Challenger Stadium in League City.
LUMBERTON — The Orangefield Bobcats remain in first place in the District 22-4A standings after holding on for a 4-3 win over the Lumberton Raiders. The Bobcats, who had just 4
Jessy Green loves sports, especially watching football, baseball and basketball mostly.
AUSTIN — Texas Parks & Wildlife has announced new changes in hunting laws which specifically affects Deep East Texas. The state agency says tracking wounded deer with dogs is now permissible, and also squirrel season is now year-round. The changes were adopted by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission during their public meeting on March 25.
SHS tennis players advance to regionals
Wednesday, April 14