Scoring runs in six of seven innings, the Lady War Eagles steadily dismantled the Mesquite Horn Lady Jaguars 11-0 to complete the two-game sweep in the Region II-6A bi-district playoff series. click here for complete story and photos
Saturday afternoon, Oak Ridge and Spring battled for the Spring ISD Tournament Championship at Leonard George Stadium in a match filled a ton of back and forth action.
Oak Ridge had a go-ahead goal taken off the board in the second half after a costly encroachment penalty and the Lady Lions quickly took advantage of the momentum shift with a late game-winner to defeat the Lady War Eagles 2-1. Read more…
Over the past seven days, the Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles have been wreaking havoc in District 12-6A by utilizing the full depth of their bench and playing aggressively on both ends of the court for 32 minutes.
The Woodlands caught the full brunt of the Lady War Eagles’ non-stop attack Tuesday night, as they routed the Lady Highlanders 66-36. It marked the first time Oak Ridge has beaten The Woodlands since Jan. 26, 2005. Read more…
After putting huge score gaps on back-to-back games, the road was looking clear for Conroe’s girls basketball team, but a game dominated by fouls and struggled free throws threw them for a spin. The Tigerettes managed to get by with a 63-57 victory against Oak Ridge. click here for complete story
No baby steps here. The Oak Ridge girls soccer team was young last season, but they still made the playoffs, placing third in District 16-6A.
The War Eagles finished the year 10-9-5 overall.
“We graduated a lot of kids the year before, so it was a transition year for us, and somehow, surprisingly, we finished third in the district, so we hope to build on that this year,” coach James Collins said.
Their success hinged on chemistry and timing. click here for complete story
By any measure, the Oak Ridge volleyball team’s first trip to the state tournament since 1999 culminated a season to remember. The Texas Sports Writers Association took notice.
The TSWA’s Class 6A all-state volleyball team was released early on Christmas Day, and it included several Oak Ridge players, as well as others from Montgomery County. Oak Ridge libero Raigen Cianciulli, a junior, was a first-team selection, along with The Woodlands middle blocker Hannah Hickman.
Competitive sports kick off their seasons after months of strength and conditioning workouts and countless hours of practice. Oak Ridge’s girls track team, however, pushes their athletes together by emphasizing the importance of community service.
Head Coach Kristina Dube said her team participates in service projects throughout the entire year, from taking charge of Thanksgiving Drives to hosting fun runs for kids and Special Olympics. She said it lays the very foundation of what she wants her team to stand for. click here for complete story