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Woodville Posts Wins Before Rained Out

Woodville Junior Felix Johnson throws the shot put for the Eagles at home.by Debby Harrison

Varsity Baseball

The Woodville Varsity Baseball team won two games this week. Game 1 on Monday, March 5 was a road contest against the Coldspring Trojans. The game was an 11 inning battle in which the Eagles came out on top, 10-6. Chase Hensarling got the win, pitching scoreless tenth and eleventh innings. It was a team effort at the plate as all of the Eagles contributed to the win.

Woodville was also slated to play in the Hardin tournament and played one game on Thursday, March 8 against the Shepherd Pirates. The Eagles came out on top in a close 4-2 decision that revolved around great pitching from both teams. Torin Hickman pitched a complete game, striking out 14. At the plate, Grant Bullock, Quade Allison, Charles Fentress, and Marqui Jackson all had hits in the win.

The rest of the tournament was cancelled due to rain over the weekend. The Eagles are now 6-2-1 heading into district play this week as they will take on Newton on Tuesday, March 13 at 6 p.m. and on the road against Corrigan-Camden on Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m. On Tuesday, March 20 they will return home to take on Central Heights starting at 7 p.m.


The Woodville Tennis teams were ready to play this week. Previously they had been rained out on Friday, February 10 and re-scheduled for March 9. However, the Lamar University Tennis Tournament was rained out again, so Woodville Tennis teams did not get to play again.

Woodville High School is hosting a J.V./9th grade invitational tennis tournament this Friday, March 16. It is a small tournament involving mainly Tyler County schools. Come out and support your Eagles!

Junior Varsity Baseball

The Woodville JV Baseball team beat Tarkington 8-4 before being rained out the rest of the tournament in Coldspring. Next they will host Newton at home on Tuesday, March 13 beginning at 4:30 p.m., and then travel to Corrigan-Camden on Friday, March 16 starting at 4:30 p.m. On Saturday, March 16 they will go to Jasper with play beginning at noon, returning home to play Central Heights on Tuesday, March 20 starting at 4:30 p.m.


The Woodville High School Boys and Girls Track teams will travel to Kirbyville on Thursday, March 22 and on Friday, March 30 will travel to Center for track and field events.


The Woodville Softball teams (Varsity and JV) will travel to Corrigan on Friday, March 16 with play starting at 4:30 p.m. and will then host Central Heights at home in Woodville on Tuesday, March 20 beginning at 4:30 p.m.

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