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FOOTBALL | Oak Ridge, The Woodlands HS square off in battle of 12-6A unbeatens

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The Woodlands running back Bryeton Gilford (25) runs past the outstretch arms of Beaumont West Brook defensive back O’Brien Coleman (22) during the fourth quarter of a District 12-6A high school football game

In a matchup between the final two teams with flawless records in District 12-6A, something has to give tonight when Oak Ridge and The Woodlands square off at Woodforest Bank Stadium. The two sides will get the heavyweight battle started at 7:30 p.m., and the victor will emerge with sole possession of first place in the standings. continue reading

Football: Atascocita claims district win over Oak Ridge in high-scoring tilt

Saturday afternoon’s District 16-6A battle between Oak Ridge and Atascocita was just as advertised: a good old-fashioned, high-scoring, shootout.

Both teams combined for 950 yards and 90 points, but it was the Atscocita Eagles who spoiled the War Eagles’ homecoming at Woodforest Bank Stadium, 51-39.

“It was a district game and we needed to win it,” Atascocita coach Craig Stump said. “We missed some chances early but we hit on enough of them. Oak Ridge played great, they are good football team.”

Atascocita successfully bounced back from last week’s 38-14 loss to The Woodlands and improves to 6-1 and 2-1 in district play for the season. click here for complete story

Football: Atascocita upsets Oak Ridge 51-39 at homecoming game

It was a defensive struggle to stop Atascocita for the War Eagles Saturday afternoon.
It was a defensive struggle to stop Atascocita for the War Eagles Saturday afternoon.

The Oak Ridge War Eagles faced defeat at their homecoming game 51-39 against Atascocita.

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The War Eagles maintained a one-point lead throughout the first half until Atascocita pulled ahead toward the end of the second quarter with two touchdowns and a field goal, bringing the halftime score to 30-21. click here for complete story and video

Football: Oak Ridge War Eagles redeem last week’s loss with big win over Conroe

Screen_shot_2015-10-02_at_10.27.03_PMThe Oak Ridge War Eagles beat the Conroe Tigers 48-6, redeeming themselves from last week’s loss against Kingwood.

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Oak Ridge opened the game with a touchdown on the first play and by halftime solidified their lead 28-6 over the Tigers. The War Eagles came back in the second half with two touchdowns and two field goals, bringing them to their final score. While the team rejoiced in the victory, Head Coach Dereck Rush said he was glad to have played a clean game. click HERE for complete story

Football: The Woodlands travels to La Porte; Oak Ridge looks for win at Deer Park

Oak Ridge quarterback Braden Letney looks for a receiver against Deer Park last season. The War Eagles will face Deer Park on the road Friday night.
Oak Ridge quarterback Braden Letney looks for a receiver against Deer Park last season. The War Eagles will face Deer Park on the road Friday night.

The Woodlands looks to bounce back on the way to the Houston Ship Channel. New Caney seeks a 4-0 start against one of District 20-5A’s traditional heavyweights, a C.E. King squad that finished 10-4 last season.

And Conroe is back at Buddy Moorhead Memorial Stadium on Friday night, intent on starting 3-1 before the Tigers begin District 16-6A play next week against The Woodlands at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah. click here for complete story

Football: Oak Ridge finds winning ways

War Eagles punish Aldine, putting up 70 points after deflating Week 1 loss
Oak Ridge running back Braden Letney runs for yardage during the Klein Collins vs. Oak Ridge football at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah.
Oak Ridge running back Braden Letney runs for yardage during the Klein Collins vs. Oak Ridge football at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah.

Oak Ridge bounced back in a big way.

After falling to Morton Ranch in their season opener, the War Eagles exploded for 70 points last week in a 70-21 win over Aldine.

“We were definitely pleased with the effort of our kids as far as correcting some of the mistakes that were made in the opener against Morton Ranch,” coach Dereck Rush said. “We still have a lot of things to work on … but the kids came out focused and played a pretty good game overall.”

The Eagles beat Morton Ranch 25-21 at home last year but the Mavericks took the rematch, winning 21-14 two weeks ago at their place. click here for complete story