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  1. Indians & Nederland have a tough road to get that playoff spot according to the experts. TABC District 17-5A District Prediction Finish 1. Crosby 2. Barbers Hill 3. PA Memorial 4. Goose Creek Memorial
  2. KEVIN BARBAY AT A GLANCE Coaching Experience2021: Central Michigan (Offensive coordinator/Quarterbacks)2019-20: Central Michigan (Assistant head coach/Wide receivers coach)2018: Stephen F. Austin (Offensive coordinator/Quarterbacks)2015-17: Florida (Director of player development)2014: Colorado State (Director of player personnel)2012-13: Lamar (Wide receivers/Special teams)2010-11: Warren High School (Head coach/Athletic director)2009: North Texas (Graduate assistant-tight ends)2007-08: Texas A&M-Commerce (Quarterbacks/Wide receivers)2005-06: Baylor (Graduate assistant)2003-04: Monsignor Kelly High School (Wide receivers)Playing Experience 2002: Grambling State (Quarterback)Alma Mater: Lamar, 2005Hometown: Nederland, TexasBirthdate: December 28, 1982
  3. 1. Galena Park North Shore 2. Humble Atascocita 3. Katy 4. Sheldon C.E. King 5. Longview 6. Aledo 7. Mansfield Timberview 8. Fort Bend Marshall 9. Brenham 10. Tyler Chapel Hill 11. Kilgore 12. Cuero 13. Silsbee 14. Carthage 15. Llano 16. Whitesboro 17. Newton 18. Holliday 19. Gunter 20. Cooper 21. Timpson 22. Lovelady 23. Chilton 24. Westbrook 25. Oakwood
  4. Max Preps has 2022\23 WOS record was 0-18
  5. I plan on attending the L-Train\Stafford game in BMT. Looking forward to checking out the Air-Raid offense & FB Ward bringing the pain to the Stafford tacklers. 🚂
  6. 1. Galena Park North Shore 2. Humble Atascocita 3. Spring Dekaney 4. Shadow Creek 5. C.E. King 6. Mansfield Timberview 7. College Station 8. Georgetown 9. Port Arthur Memorial 10. Fort Bend Marshall 11. Austin LBJ 12. Kilgore 13. Lumberton 14. Waco Connally 15. Silsbee 16. Columbus 17. Orangefield 18. Hitchcock 19. Newton 20. Centerville 21. Cooper 22. Beckville 23 Timpson 24. Bowie 25. Lovelady
  7. You should bring me that rough draft & let me proof read it to correct all the bs & mistakes in it before you send it, I wouldn't want all your personal time & effort you have put in to getting a coaching staff fired wasted & ruin your all around good guy name. BTW-- Will you be signing this letter with your real name & will you be reading this letter to the community at the next school board meeting? P.S.- If all the coaches got fired tomorrow, I wouldn't lose any sleep or write a letter to anyone, it's not that personal to me. All I am saying is if you going to all this trouble to go after grown men's jobs, be a man & put your name on it like you asked me. If your scared to man up, just admit it 🐓 Mike Hiltz
  8. Nederland All District Players 1st Team Audrey Johnson, Sr. Ava Whitehead, Sr. Ava Wiltz, Sr. 2nd Team Sydney Nelson, Sr. Kamryn Smith, Jr. Naysa Arnold, Soph. Honorable Mention Uriah Buckley, Soph. Ava Patrizi, Soph. Academic All District Honors Kaylee Batson Brylee Dunkleburger Kamryn Smith Ava Wiltz Ava Whitehead
  9. If you are constantly making judgement statements that the Nederland coaches are incompetent at their jobs & you state you will be talking to their bosses\school board members to fire them all, I believe you have taken it from an opinion to the level of strongly personal. My only opinion on this matter is be a man & state your name if you want to keep judging grown men & bashing their abilities to do their jobs as high school coaches\teachers. Now, I do applaud you for your ability to admit your ignorance on your knowledge of the Nederland coach\coaches, You can not even pick them out of a lineup, but you are willing to go demand they lose their jobs at school board meetings. If your scared or embarrassed of your real identity, just admit it man,🐔🐔🐔 Mike Hiltz- Nederland Tax Payer
  10. Major respect to all veterans for your service.
  11. Playing those 6A teams will only make them better for the district & playoff games. Kudos to Silsbee coaches for always setting up tough schedules & challenging their players.
  12. Spring Hill def. Splendora, 25-12, 25-15, 21-25, 22-25, 15-13: Splendora saw its season reach an end after a hard-fought, five-set loss at Lufkin High School. The Wildcats (23-21) were making their fourth regional quarterfinals appearance since 2010.
  13. Huffman-Hargrave def. Bridge City, 23-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-16: After dropping the opening set, the Falcons rebounded and clinched their seventh consecutive regional tournament appearance. Hargrave (31-13) will take on Salado in the Region III-4A semifinals at 6 p.m. Friday at Bryan High School. The other semifinal at 8 p.m. at the same location will feature Spring Hill vs. Lago Vista.
  14. Manvel def. Barbers Hill, 25-15, 25-17, 17-25, 21-25, 15-11: Manvel will make a return to the regional tournament after surviving a furious rally from Barbers Hill at Dobie High School. The Mavericks (33-10) have won 17 consecutive matches and are headed to the Region III-5A semifinals for the fifth time in program history. Barbers Hill, the District 17-5A champion, finishes its season with a 40-7 overall record. Manvel will take on Brenham at 7 p.m. Friday at the Merrell Center. Brenham (36-12) defeated Georgetown 25-20, 25-9, 25-12 on Tuesday to advance.
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