Things simply didn’t go Oak Ridge’s way Friday night in the UIL Region II-6A area round. After picking up two quick outs in the bottom of the second inning, Austin Bowie scored 10 runs, all but ending the game in one half-inning. click here for complete story
It wasn’t always pretty, but Thursday’s Region II-6A bi-district showdown between Montgomery and Oak Ridge was a thriller from start to finish.
Each team traded runs throughout the contest, but a wild pitch by Montgomery in the bottom of the seventh scored the only one that mattered and gave the Lady War Eagles a walk-off 4-3 win over the Lady Bears at Oak Ridge High School. click here for complete story
Two Woodlands high school softball teams started their quest for a state championship Thursday night. The district 16-6A third seed Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles (18-11-2) played the Montgomery Lady Bears (19-6) and the fourth seed The Woodlands Lady Highlanders (21-9) faced the Klein Oak Lady Panthers (21-7). click here for complete story
The Woodlands Lady Highlanders picked up a crucial District 16-6A win Tuesday night as it defeated Atascocita 3-0 at home.
Oak Ridge 4, Conroe 2: Oak Ridge jumped in front of Conroe in the second inning, and the Tigerettes couldn’t generate enough offense as the Lady War Eagles pulled out a home win Tuesday night in District 16-6A click here for complete story
Oak Ridge is coming along.
The War Eagles softball team returned only two starters, so they’re young and they’ve experienced ups and downs, but the picked up two huge wins last week, beating College Park and The Woodlands. Their 4-3 win over The Woodlands sent them to 3-2 in District 16-6A. click here for complete story
It took just one swing of the bat to put Oak Ridge on top of The Woodlands for good on Tuesday night.
Even though the Lady Highlanders rallied in the sixth inning, Aiyana Freeney’s three-run home run in the second proved more than enough for the Lady War Eagles to come away with a 4-3 win over The Woodlands at Oak Ridge High School. click here for complete story
Whenever Oak Ridge and College Park square off, its usually a good time. Monday night’s district showdown was no exception.
The Lady War Eagles built a sizable lead in the third inning and carried it into the seventh inning where the Lady Cavaliers started to whittle it down.
Still, despite College Park’s tenacity, Oak Ridge managed to stop the bleeding before surrendering its lead and escaped The Diamonds of College Park with a 5-4 win. click here for complete story