KOUNTZE — The Kountze Lionettes opened up softball season with a 24-1 win over win over Bob Hope of Port Arthur on Feb. 17. The game was called after 5 inning because of the 10-run mercy rule.
Lumberton, Kountze and Evadale continue to position themselves for the bi-district playoffs which state next week.
The Lumberton Lady Raiders are ranked No. 12 in the Texas Girls Coaches Association polls announced on Feb. 10, but are No. 5 in the MaxPrep.com rankings.
LITTLE CYPRESS — The Silsbee girls took first place and the boys finished fourth in the four-team Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bear Meet on Feb. 13.
In their regular season finale, the Silsbee Lady Tigers fell to the state-ranked Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks, 57-39, in District 22-4A action at home on Feb. 11.
SOUR LAKE — Ivy Le was the smallest player on the court, but she came up big as she scored a gamehigh 22 points in the Lumberton Lady Raiders’ 72-38 Class 4A bi-district win over the Splendora Lady
SOUR LAKE — Within a week, the Silsbee Tigers were knocked out of first place in District 22-4A, then 3 days later tied for first place.
BATSON — More than 40 people attend the first meeting of the Southeast Texas Relic Hunters meeting on Jan. 18 at the New Life Church.
The group is a treasure hunting club.
FORT WORTH – Sarah E. Griffin of Kountze, a member of Kountze FFA, caught a calf during the 2020 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo’s Calf Scramble on Feb.
Silsbee High School senior Chris Martin will continue his football career after he signed a national letter of intent to play at Kilgore College in Kilgore.