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BEARS TO FACE CRANDALL IN AREA ROUND

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LC-M BEARS (6-4) vs CRANDALL PIRATES (9-2)

Friday, November 22 – Dragon Stadium @ Nacogdoches HS – 7PM Kickoff

4310 Appleby Sand Road – Nacogdoches, TX – 75965

 TICKET INFORMATION 

Tickets on sale in the Athletic Office (HS Weight Room)

Wednesday, 11/20 – 8am to 4pm

Thursday, 11/21 – 8am to 4pm

Friday, 11/22 – 8am to Noon

PRE-SALE TICKETS: Students = $5.00 / Adults = $7.00 

ALL TICKETS WILL BE $8.00 @ THE GATE

 

 

BEAR HOOPS FALL IN “WHITE OUT” GAMES 

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(Photos Courtesy of the Orange Leader)

November 19 (The Grove) – The Lady Bears and Bears both played their “White Out” games Tuesday night at home in the Grove.  The Lady Bears (1-1) jumped out to a 22-14 haltime lead but fell to the Legacy Lady Warriors 36-31.  Chelsea Perry led LC-M with 12 points/5 rebounds, Britney Wyatt finished with 9 points/5 rebounds, and Zaria Johnson (pictured above) added 4 points.  In the boys game, the Bears lost a tight game 55-50 to the PN-G Indians.  Junior Jesse Doucet led the Bears with 15 points.  Jackson Smith had 13 points/4 rebounds, Cole Freeman (pictured above) had 8 points, and Junius Stevens finished with 5 points and a team high 7 rebounds.

 

 

2019 ALL – LEADER VOLLEYBALL TEAM ANNOUNCED – PERRY MVP

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(Chelsea Perry and Trinity Wiiliams – Photo Courtesy of Van Wade/Orange Leader)

November 19 – The Lady Bears capped of a tremendous 2019 Season with several players being named to the 2019 All-Orange Leader Volleyball Team.  Below are the Lady Bears that were recognized by Van Wade and the Orange Leader.

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2019 All – LEADER VOLLEYBALL TEAM (LC-M)
MVP Chelsea Perry
OFFENSIVE MVP Trinity Williams
DEFENSIVE MVP Brielle Butler
COACH of the YEAR Rhonda Williams
1 TEAM Caitlin Woods
2 TEAM Zoe Levens

 

 

LADY BEARS BASKETBALL OFF TO SOLID START

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(Coach Jason Haile and the Freshman Lady Bears)

November 16 – Basketball season has tipped off and the Lady Bears have jumped out to a great start.  The Freshman won the Bridge City Tourney on Saturday while the Varsity downed Kountze 57-44 on Friday night.  Chelsea Perry and Britney Wyatt led the Lady Bears with 17 points each.  The Varsity will be in action again Tuesday (11/19) at home (6PM) against Legacy.  Also in the news – the LCJH 7th grade Lady Cubs (4-0) won the C.O. Wilson Tournament .  The girls (pictured below) defeated Buna, Groves, and C.O. Wilson in route to the tourney title.  

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BEARS DOWN STAFFORD – BI-DISTRICT CHAMPS

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(Photo Courtesy Ronnie Hughes/Orange Leader)

Sophomore Andy McDow got touchdown #1 and #2 as a Varsity Bear

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November 15 (Channelview) – For the first time since 1997 the Battlin’ Bears have a playoff win.  The Bears (6-4) dominated the Stafford Spartans (5-6) in route to the Bi-District title and also gave Coach Randy Crouch his first playoff victory as Head Coach.  LC-M rumbled for 350 yards on the ground behind Senior Ethan McCollum (pictured below – 21 carries for 201 yards and 4 TD’s), Sophomore Andy McDow (pictured above – 15 carries for 85 yards and 2 TD’s) and Freshman Da’Marion Morris (4 carries for 57 yards and a TD).  McCollum added 158 yards passing.  On the defensive side, the Bears held Stafford to 227 yards (89 rushing – 138 passing) and had two takeaways.  Senior Mathew Lopez (11 tackle assists, Sack) and Sophomore Carson Peet (5 tackle assists, 2 solo tackles, a fumble recovery, and an INT) anchored the stingy Bear defense.  Next up for LC-M is a trip to Nacogdoches next Friday to face the Crandall Pirates (9-2) in the Area Round.  More info on the game will be posted soon.

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(Photo Courtesy of Allen Nation/KOGT)

Ethan McCollum went over 1,000 yards rushing (1,090) and 20 touchdowns (21) on the year with his 201 yards and 4 TD’s against Stafford

 

 

STAY UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST BEARS FOOTBALL STATS

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BEARS UPDATE PLAYOFF ROSTER

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(CLICK HERE FOR PLAYOFF ROSTER)

 

 

2020 GOLF SCHEDULE RELEASED

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2020 TENNIS SCHEDULE RELEASED

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(CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE)

 

 

LADY BEARS AMAZING SEASON ENDS

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(Trinity Williams and Brielle Butler – Photo Courtesy of Van Wade/Orange Leader)

November 11 (Mont Belvieu) – A tremendous 2019 season came to an end for the Lady Bears (29-11) as they fell in the 4A Region III Quarterfinal Round to Splendora.  The Lady Wildcats (31-14) won in three sets 26-24, 25-12, 25-22.  The season saw first-year Head Coach Rhonda Williams and the Lady Bears go 10-2 in District 22-4A to finish 2nd behind Lumberton.  LC-M then defeated a powerful Tarkington team in the Bi-District Round and then downed Bay City in the Area Round.

 

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2019 22-4A ALL-DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL SELECTIONS

Setter of the Year: Caitlyn Woods

Specialty Player of the Year: Trinity Williams

1st Team: Chelsea Perry

2nd Team: Brielle Butler

Honorable Mention: Zoe Levens, Alyssa Ammons, Olivia Hogan, and Payten Smith

 

 

RAIDERS EDGE BEARS IN OVERTIME

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(Senior WR Tyler Rhodes hauls in a reception – Photo Courtesy KOGT Sports)

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November 8 (Lumberton) – The Bears (5-4, 3-2) jumped out early 14-0 over the Raiders (5-4, 3-2) and held that lead until the fouth quarter when Lumberton cut it to 14-7 and then tied the game with :50 seconds left in regulation.  The Raiders would grab the win in OT and take sole possession of 2nd in the 11-4A District race while the Bears finish the season 3rd.  LC-M will now focus on the playoffs and a showdown with Houston-Stafford Friday night in Channelview.  Kickoff is set for 7pm.

 

 

LADY BEARS ARE 4A REGION III AREA CHAMPS

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(Photo Courtesy of Orange Leader)

November 8 (Pasadena) - The Lady Bears continued their amazing season by defeating the Bay City Ladycats 25-5, 25-15, 24-26, 25-20 in the 4A Region III Area Round.  LC-M (29-10) claimed the Area Championship and will now take on Splendora in the 4A Region III Quarterfinals on Monday night (11/11) at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu at 6PM.  STATS – Caitlyn Woods: 33 assists and 8 aces – Trinity Williams: 20 digs and 7 kills – Brielle Butler: 16 digs Chelsea Perry: 3 blocks

 

 

LADY BEAR BASKETBALL RELEASES 2019-20 SCHEDULE

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LADY BEARS BI-DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

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(Photo Courtesy of Van Wade/Orange Leader)

November 5 (Kountze HS) – The Lady Bears (28-10) won their Bi-District playoff game with a hard fought five set win over the Tarkington Lady Longhorns (25-14).  LC-M dropped the first set 16-25 and came back to win the final four sets 25-19, 25-20, 23-15, 15-7 to advance to the Area round where they will face Bay City (Site/Time – TBD).  Coach Rhonda Williams provided the following stats … Ace Leader: Trinity Williams (5) and Brielle Butler (4) – Kill Leader: Alyssa Ammons (14) and Chelsea Perry (13) – Dig Leader: Brielle Butler (22), Zoe Levens (16), Trinity Williams (16), Payten Smith (15), and Caitlin Woods (15) – Block Leader: Chelsea Perry (3) – Assist Leader: Caitlin Woods (37)

 

 

SENIOR BEARS READY FOR FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAME

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The Bears will travel to Lumberton to take on the Raiders on Friday, November 8 (7PM)

 

 

BOYS SOCCER RELEASES 2019-20 SCHEDULE

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BEARS BATTLE HARD – FALL TO FALCONS

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November 1 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – The Bears (5-3, 3-1) fought back from a quick start by the visiting Huffman Falcons (9-0, 4-0) but fell 34-14 in a battle for the top spot in District 11-4A.  The Falcons jumped out to a 28-0 lead midway through the second quarter before the Bears clawed back on a Nicholas Granger 23 yard interception return/touchdown and a D.J. Williams 34 yard TD reception that cut the lead to 28-14 at the half.  Huffman would get the lone score in the second half as both defenses dominated with plays like the pass break-up by Ken’teon Champine below.  The Bears still have sole possession of 2nd place in District 11-4A and will travel to Lumberton (5-3, 2-2) next Friday night and look to keep that second place spot heading into the playoffs.

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(Photo Courtesy of Mark Pachuca/Orange Leader)

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY RUNS WELL AT REGIONAL MEET

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October 28 (Huntsville) – Cross Country wrapped up the 2019 season with a trip to the Regional Meet in Huntsville.  Robyn Courmier and Annabelle Fisher (pictured above with Coach Dena Adkins) both ran great times.  Annabelle missed heading to the State Meet by just two places. 

 

 

BEARS GET CROUCH WIN #50 WITH WIN OVER LIVINGSTON

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(Photo Courtesy of Jarrod Brown/KOGT Sports)

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October 25 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – The Bears (5-2, 3-0) rumbled to a 27-6 district win over the visiting Livingston Lions (2-5, 0-3) behind Ethan McCollum’s four touchdowns and five Bears defensive takeaways.  The 2019 Homecoming and Pink Out game was the The 500th game in LC-M football history and also a milestone game for Head Coach Randy Crouch.  The wet, muddy, cold, and rainy conditions didnt stop the Battlin’ Bears from getting Coach Crouch his 50th win as LC-M’s Head Coach.  McCollum (pictured above) ran for 208 yards and 4 TD’s and added another 140 through the air.  DJ Williams hauled in two INT’s and Carter Cates also picked off Livingston QB Christian Washington.  Junior Eric Garcia had a huge game with two fumble recoveries helping the Bear defense collect five total turnovers in the game.  The win sets up a huge district showdown next Friday night as the Bears welcome the Huffman Falcons (8-0, 3-0) in a battle for first place in District 11-4A.  Ethan McCollum (pictured below with Senior and Homecoming Queen Avery Holland) was crowned as the 2019 LC-M Homecoming King.

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(Photo Courtesy of Sherry Combs/LC-M)

 

 

LC-M HONORS ‘69 LC BEARS FOOTBALL

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October 25 (LC-M HS) – The LC-M Athletic Department honored and celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Little Cypress Bears 10-0 season.  There was a reception in the LC-M HS library with the team members, coaches, family members, and friends.  The team was also honored at halftime of the football game.

 

 

VOLLEYBALL WRAPS UP REGULAR SEASON WITH SENIOR NIGHT

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October 25 (The Grove) – The Lady Bears (27-10, 10-2) swept the Silsbee Lady Tigers in straight sets to wrap up the 2019 regular season.  It was “Senior Night” for the Senior Lady Bears (pictured above).  LC-M finished second in District 22-4A and will now prepare for a playoff run.

 

 

LADY BEARS SOCCER RELEASES 2019-20 VARSITY & JV SCHEDULE

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LADY BEARS SECURE SECOND PLACE DISTRICT FINISH

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(Photo Courtesy of Jarrod Brown & KOGT Sports)

October 22 (Hamshire-Fannett) – LC-M nailed down second place in District 22-4A with a big road win over the Hamshire-Fannett Lady Horns.  The Lady Bears (26-10, 9-2) won in four sets 17-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-13.  The regular season will wrap up for the Lady Bears with a road trip to Silsbee on Friday night (10/25).

 

 LJCH LADY CUBS CLAIM DISTRICT TITLE

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(Photo Courtesy of KOGT Sports)

October 21 (Hamshire-Fannett) – A special shout-out to the LCJH Lady Cub seventh grade volleyball team as they won the 7th Grade District Championship with a 3-set win over Hamshire-Fannett.  The Lady Cubs (9-1, 6-0) are coached by Mary White and Cammie Palmer.  Congrats Lady Cubs on a great season!

 

 

BEAR HOOPS RELEASES 2019-20 SCHEDULE

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LADY BEARS KEEP ROLLING WITH WIN OVER WO-S

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October 18 (The Grove) – Picking right up where they left off Tuesday night (a straight set win over Bridge City) the Lady Bears (25-10, 8-2) took down the WO-S Lady Mustangs in straight sets 25-13, 25-14, 25-14.  Next up for LC-M is a road match-up with the Lady Horns in Hamshire-Fannett (10/22).

 

 

BEARS GET BIG DISTRICT WIN OVER SPLENDORA

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(Photo courtesy of KOGT Sports)

(CLICK HERE FOR GAME STATS)

October 18 (Splendora) – The Battlin’ Bears hit the road and handed the Splendora Wildcats their first district loss in two seasons.  The Bears (4-2, 2-0) jumped out to a 27 point lead late in the 3rd quarter behind 4 total touchdowns (3 rushing – 1 passing) from Ethan McCollum and three defensive interceptions (Carson Peet, DJ Spears, & DJ WIlliams).  DJ Williams (pictured above) took one of the INT’s back 78 yards for touchdown and also hauled in 9 receptions for 97 yards to lead the Bears in receiving. The Wildcats (4-2, 1-1) cut into the lead late but couldn’t catch up with the Bears on the scoreboard.  The win puts LC-M in a tie for first in the District 11-4A race with the Huffman Falcons.  Next Friday night (10/26) is Homecoming for LC-M and the Bears will host the Livingston Lions (2-4, 0-2) in another key district match-up at Battlin’ Bear Stadium.

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY HEADING TO REGIONAL MEET

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October 17 (Claibourne Park) – Robyn Courmier and Annabelle Fisher (pictured above) finished strong at the 22-4A District Meet and both qualified for the 4A Regional Meet in Huntsville on October 28.

 

 

LADY BEARS DOWN BRIDGE CITY

October 15 (The Grove) – LC-M (24-10, 7-2) came away with a tightly contested 3-set win over the Lady Cardinals of Bridge City.  The Lady Bears won 25-22, 25-21, 25-21 and are still in 2nd place behind the Lumberton Lady Raiders in the District 22-4A standings.

 

 

BEARS DOWN BRIDGE CITY IN DISTRICT OPENER

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(Photo Courtesy of the Orange Leader)

Ethan McCollum – KOGT/Granger Cheverolet Player of the Game

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October 11 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – The Bears (3-2, 1-0) used a big second half to open up district play with a 26-14 victory over the visiting Bridge City Cardinals (1-4, 0-1).  Ethan McCollum (pictured above) finished with 142 yards and all four of LC-M’s touchdowns on the ground and was named the KOGT Granger Cheverolet Player of the Game.  On Thursday night the LC-M Freshman (3-2-1) fell 28-7 and the JV (1-3-1) tied 14-14 with Bridge City.  Both Sub-Varsity teams will be at home next Thursday against Splendora and Friday night LC-M will travel to Splendora (4-1, 1-0) for a 7pm showdown with the Wildcats.

October 11 (The Grove) – The Lady Bears (23-10, 6-2) team fell to district volleyball front-runner Lumberton in straight sets.  LC-M will host Bridge City Tuesday night (10/15) in another big district match-up.

 

 

LADY BEARS WIN FIFTH STRAIGHT DISTRICT MATCH-UP

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(Photo Courtesy of KOGT Sports/BC Game)

October 5 (Hardin-Jefferson) – LC-M (23-9, 6-1) won their fifth straight district game with a straight set win over the H-J Lady Hawks.  Both the Freshman and JV teams fell to H-J in tough matches.  The Lady Bears will have off next Tuesday night (10/8) and then host Lumberton in another big district game on Friday (10/11 – Pink Out Game).

October 2 (Silsbee) – The #23 ranked Lady Bears took down the Silsbee Lady Tigers in four sets (25-19, 25-17, 11-25, and 25-14) to improve to 22-9 overall and 5-1 in district play.  The JV won 2-0 and the Freshman won 3-1.  

 

 

BEARS GROUND THE HAWKS

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(Photo Courtesy of the Orange Leader)

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September 27 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – Ethan McCollum (pictured above) and the Bears (2-2) took care of business in the final pre-district game with a 29-14 win over the visiting Hardin-Jefferson Hawks.  McCollum rushed for 89 yards, 3 touchdowns, and passed for 144 yards.  The Defense kept the Hawks (0-4) in check and forced two fumbles in route to the win.  Next week is the bye week and then the Bears will welcome the Bridge City Cardinals on October 11 to kick off District play.

 

 

LADY BEARS HOST LADY HORNS IN DISTRICT PLAY

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September 27 (The Grove) – After District wins on Monday and Tuesday night the Bears welcomed the Hamshire-Fannett Lady Longhorns for another District match-up.  The Lady Bears extended a warm welcome to the Lady Longhorns who’s school was flooded during Tropical Storm Imelda.  Once the action started on the court LC-M was all business as they swept the Horns in 3-sets to improve to 21-9 overall and 4-1 in District.  LC-M is ranked #23 in the latest Class 4A state volleyball poll put out by the Texas High School Girls Coaches Association.

 

 

TWO DISTRICT ROAD WINS IN TWO NIGHTS

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(Photo Courtesy of Van Wade/Orange Leader)

September 23 (WO-S) – Caitlyn Woods (pictured above) and the Lady Bears took down Bridge City last night in straight sets and hit the road again tonight sweeping the Lady Mustangs 25-16, 25-14, 25-18 to improve to 3-1 in District 22-4A.  The JV also picked up the win in their game against the Lady Mustangs.

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(Photo Courtesy of KOGT Sports)

September 22 (BCHS) – The Lady Bears picked up a big district road win over the Bridge City Lady Cardinals.  The game was scheduled for Friday night but was postponed due to Tropical Storm Imelda.  LC-M won in straight sets 25-20, 25-21, and 25-20.  The Lady Bears will be back in action Tuesday night at WO-S.

 

 

TROPICAL STORM IMELDA FORCES CANCELLATIONS

LC-M Cheer Clinic – Saturday, September 21 – CANCELLED

FOOTBALL AT VIDOR – Friday, September 20 – GAMES CANCELLED

VOLLEYBALL AT BC – Friday, September 20 – GAMES CANCELLED

SUB VARSITY FOOTBALL AT VIDOR – Thursday, September 19 – GAMES CANCELLED

 

 

 

LADY BEAR VOLLEYBALL ACTION

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September 17 (Lumberton) – The Lady Bears took on Lumberton in 22-4A District play and lost 3 -1.  LC-M is now 1-1 in district play.  On September 13 (The Grove) the Lady Bears hosted the Liberty Lady Panthers in non-district action and won 3 sets to 1.  The JV won in two sets and the Freshman fell in three sets.

 

 

BEARS TANGLE WITH BULLDOGS

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(Photo Courtesy of the Orange Leader)

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September 13 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – Junior Brandon Pollock (pictured above) hauled in 5 catches for 66 yards in the Bears 42-14 loss Friday night to the 4A – #2 ranked Jasper Bulldogs (2-0).  

 

 

LADY BEARS OPEN DISTRICT WITH 5-SET WIN OVER H-J

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(Photo Courtesy of Van Wade/Orange Leader)

September 11 (The Grove) – The Lady Bears opened District 22-4A play at home Tuseday night with a thrilling 5-set victory (25-23, 25-19, 20-25, 21-25, 15-13) over the Lady Hawks of Hardin-Jefferson.

 

 

BOARD RECOGNIZES GOLF TEAMS

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(L-R) Coach Williams, Travis Love, Mason Sterling, Jack Burke, Neely Wozniak, Montana DiLeo, Jaycie Benton, Wyatt Wozniak, and Coach Harrell (2019 graduates and team members Jack Tindel III and Bethany Martinez were unable to attend)

September 9 (Administration Office) – The LC-MCISD School Board recognized both the Boys and Girls Golf Team at their monthly Board Meeting.  The Boys finished 12th at the 4A State Golf Tournament last May and Junior Jack Burke was the Individual 4A State Champion.  The Girls made it to the 4A Region III Tournament and Sophomore Montana DiLeo qualified for the State Tournament where she finished 7th.  The 2020 season begins in January for both teams.

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY SHINES AT BULLDOG INVITATIONAL

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September 7 (Doornbos Park) – The Boys Varsity Cross Country team finished 4th in the 4A and Under 5K Meter Run at the Nederand Bulldog Invitational. In the Girls Varsity 4A and Under 5K Meter Run Fisher took 1st with a time of 14:31.92 and Courmier took 2nd with a 15:02.67.  Keltz finished 11th with a time of 18:09.70 and Martin 13th with an 18:30.61.

 

 

BEARS FALL TO WO-S IN HARD FOUGHT ORANGE BOWL

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(Photo Courtesy of the Orange Leader)

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September 6 (Dan R. Hooks Stadium – WO-S)  –  Landon Bearden (pictured above) and the Bears travelled across town to face rival West Orange-Stark in the 2019 Orange Bowl.  LC-M (1-1) fell to the 4A – #3 Mustangs 36-14 (2-0) in a hard fought battle. 

 

 

BEARS TAKE SEASON OPENER OVER WOODVILLE

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(Photo courtesy of KOGT Sports)

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August 30 (Battlin’ Bear Stadium) – “Friday Night Lights” returned as Senior Quarterback Ethan McCollum (pictured above) and the Bears downed Woodville 21-7 in the 2019 season opener.  The Bears clicked on offense and had two big interceptions by Carson Peet (pictured below) and DJ Spears.

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JV VOLLEYBALL CONTINUES STRONG PLAY

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August 30 (The Grove) – The JV placed 2 in the LC-M tournament

 

JV VOLLEYBALL WINS H-F TOURNEY

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August 24 (Hamshire-Fannett) – Coach Savarino and the JV Lady Bears took 1st place in the Hamshire-Fannet tournament and the Freshman had a solid tourney finishing 3rd.

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Randy Crouch
LC-M Athletic Director
rcrouch@lcmcisd.org

 

Diane Brown
LC-M Athletic Secretary
dibrown@lcmcisd.org

 

Sheri Hoffpauir
LC-M Athletic Trainer
shoffpauir@lcmcisd.org

 

Aaron Burke
LC-M Athletic Website
aburke@lcmcisd.org

 

 

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