i'm following the blog on the wcm. very helpful to read and listen to the bhs
Who can find it on the WCM. I can NEVER fnd anything in the sports section online. The rest of the paper is easy to navigate, but when I go to the sports section, I see football first. It's February (almost March) for crying out loud. Update the sports page. Puhlease!
Went to Focus BHS - found nothing. Went to WCM blogs - found nothing. What am I missing? Where's the game?
does anyone know who won?
FYIFlags are at half mast this morning in Peaster. They got beat by Winnsboro last night at Tarleton. I hope it gave Jacksboro, Chico, and Boyd a little satisfaction that Peaster did not go to the state playoffs.
Bridgeport fans are disappointed that their beloved Sissies lost to Lubbock Cooper in OT by 71-65 ending a record setting season at 32-2.Bridgeport lost its shooting touch and had uncharacteristic turnovers. Credit Cooper's defense for a large part of that. Cooper also shot the ball extremely well. Lubbock Cooper is an outstanding team that played lights out. They deserved to win. The best of luck to them for the rest of the playoffs.Bridgeport fans are not disappointed in our girls and our coaching staff. This team has as much guts and determination as any team that I've seen, boys or girls. This was evidenced again last night with little going right, they came back from a double digit deficit in the second half to tie the game and miss a shot at the buzzer that would have won the game in regulation. A bright spot for Bridgeport was the sensational play of sophomore post Haley Meekins. When it counted most, she had a monster game.Because of their big hearts, our girls were devastated over the loss. As time goes on the pain from this loss will lessen and they will be able to appreciate the big picture of what they have accomplished. Hopefully, the gauntlet has been laid down for future classes to meet the challenge of this group of girls. Bridgeport fans thank and congratulates the departing seniors, Kaitlyn Waynen, Shannon Demmitt, Marissa Grooms, Kim Bible and Bailey Jones. You are a special group.Coaches Fortenberry, Taylor and Woodard were also very emotional after the game. Some might think it was in response to the final score. It was not. Their emotions were because their girls were hurting. Great job guys. You're are special, too.
Don't worry, next year it will all be forgotten. Totally.
Once again the Brock Lady Eagles have found a way to make it to Austin hopefully it will be a Brock Bowie matchup for the final
1:35 - what a gracious and thoughtful post. Thank you for this!!
3:41 You couldn't be more wrong, jackass. BTW have you ever accomplished anything? Probably not or you wouldn't be trying to tear down someone else.
Good season Sissies! Austin would have loved ya! Lots of heart to the last buzzer. Way to go Bowie too. Bet AISD is kickin themselves for this one. Enis goes to Bowie, they go to state. Alvord's loss was Bowie's and Decatur's gain. Great job girls.
4:25, don't think it will be totally forgotten in a year, eh?OK, then without looking it up, though I'm sure you'll have to and will claim you did not, what was the final score and opponent and give us some game highlights of the last game the BHS girls played last season?
Bridgeport Sissies 5 hour ride on 114 in a school bus.Lubbock Cooper 15 minute ride in Mom's SUV.Congrats Sissies on the greatest season ever!
12:07 Are you that dense? Do you think that it's about what the game scores were? That is forgetable. What will not be forgotten is the girls and what they accomplished. I have a personal relationship with most of the girls and I have a fatherly affection for them. I take pride in their accomplishments and hurt when they hurt. I know what each one overcame and that won't be forgotten.
These girls, this town will never forget this experience. Forgetable fans will, but this team will not. Congrats on a great year! Take it with you girls, not many teams can talk about making it that far in the play-offs. Hope Bowie wins keeps going too.
3:41The fans will forget, and you and I will forget, but those involved will never forget. How do I know? I just have to mention one particular name to my son, and he flashes back to eleven years ago when that guy dropped an easy fly ball that caused the team to miss the playoffs in an 8-7 loss. A few years ago we were at the final homecoming game held in the old Slidell gym. I heard a conversation between two men in their late seventies as they recalled the guy who cost them the state championship because he missed two easy layups. So, go ahead, tell yourself it will be forgotten in a year. But, if you were ever involved in a play that won, or lost, a significant game for your team, the other people involved will NEVER forget. No matter how much you may hope that they will...
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