Port Neches-Groves opened its 22-5A district schedule on Wednesday with a 42-0 win over Lumberton at Indian stadium. It marked the second straight season PN-G began district play with a win over the Raiders. The Indians controlled action from the opening kickoff. Junior quarterback Roschon Johnson ran for three first-half touchdowns as the Indians jumped out to a 21-0 lead. PN-G's offense continued to the scoring onslaught to open the second half.
Bridge City opened its District 22-4A volleyball schedule Tuesday night with a 3-0 home sweep of Orangefield. The Cardinals (5-3) were pushed by Orangefield (8-5) in all three sets, each decided by single digits. Bridge City improves to two games over. 500, it's best mark of the season. "We've had so many games go five sets, it was nice to win one in three like that," coach Becca Matthews Peveto said. "The kids needed a first win like this in district. It's a bit of a confidence-booster for us."
West Brook's football team used a scoring frenzy to earn an easy road win in its season opener against C.E. King, 56-20, at Crenshaw Memorial Stadium in Houston. It was the first game action for both teams after Tropical Storm Harvey forced the cancellation of high school football games throughout Southeast Texas. After quickly seizing control of the game in the opening half, West Brook cruised in the second half of play to take the victory.
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