The Louise Hornets baseball team only had two days of practice before blowing out the Bloomington Bobcats 14-3 in five innings Tuesday night on the road.
Hard hits are what you’ll get when you face the El Campo Ladybirds.
For the second year in a row, the El Campo Ladybirds learned the hard way they aren’t yet on the state championship level. The Ladybirds dropped their second-round game to the Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks 102-40, Monday night at Grand Oaks High School in Conroe.
The El Campo Ricebirds got back on to the baseball field after 11 days away, against the Brazosport Exporters Monday night at Legacy Fields in their final scrimmage.
Louise athletics over the past month shut down twice, this time thanks to mother nature.
The El Campo Ricebirds baseball team has been grounded the past week due to the extreme weather across the area.
The area round playoff game between the El Campo Ladybirds (18-4, 8-2) and the Hardin-Jefferson Lady Hawks (24-0, 12-0) has been moved for the third time to Monday at Grand Oaks High School in Conroe at 5 p.m.
The El Campo Ricebirds succumbed to the weather Saturday morning at home in a 2-nil loss to the Columbia Roughnecks.
The El Campo Ladybirds will get more time to prepare for their toughest game of the season
The El Campo Ricebirds (13-11, 4-6) season officially came to an end Friday night on the road, falling to the co-district champion Brookshire Royal Falcons 90-55.
The El Campo Ladybirds picked off pass after pass, beating the Booker T. Washington Lady Eagles 55-37, at Brookshire Royal High School Thursday night in the bi-district round of the playoffs.
El Campo ISD’s new athletic director and head coach Chad Worrell was officially introduced to the community on Wednesday afternoon at the Civic Center during a meet-and-greet set up by the school.
Two Louise powerlifters recently won first place finishes. Senior Lady Hornet Destinee Ortega and junior Daniel Gaona III won gold at different meets earlier this month.
The El Campo Ricebirds played near-perfect against the Wharton Tigers Monday night at Ricebird Stadium, but still found themselves on the wrong end of a 1-nil final.
The bi-district round of the basketball playoffs starts tomorrow and the El Campo Ladybirds will face the Booker T. Washington Lady Eagles at Brookshire Royal High School at 6:15 p.m.
For the first time in three years, El Campo will have representation at the state swim meet.
Holly Foegelle and Margaret Evans.
Pictured from (l-r) Madison Holmes, Alexa Pena, Kendall Hoffer, Kiannah Miles, Alexis Webb, Coach Breana Johnson, Chesney English, Riannah Miles, Kylie Acuna, Alayna Martinez and Calli Pardo. The Ladybirds finished the season with an undefeated 7-0 record. Their wins included holding Clute …
El Campo senior cheerleader Makenzie Cortez commits earlier this month to be part of the cheer program in Ottawa University in Kansas. Pictured bottom row (l-r) Cortez and El Campo cheer coach Terese Tompkins. Pictured top row (l-r) Stephanie Cortez, Anthony Cortez, Mason Cortez and former R…
The Wharton Lady Tigers needed to sweep the final week of the season to grab a playoff spot. However, it wasn’t in the cards as the El Campo Ladybirds grabbed back-to-back wins over the Lady Tigers Tuesday night at Ricebird Gym 58-42 and Wednesday night at Tiger Gym 51-45.
It’s been a decade-plus since the El Campo Ricebirds beat the Wharton Runnin’ Tigers in basketball.
After COVID-19 derailed their 2020 season, the El Campo Ladybirds are back on the softball field preparing for what they hope will be a full schedule this year.
El Campo ISD’s school board Tuesday night unanimously approved Chad Worrell to become their next athletic director and Ricebirds head football coach.
Since getting back on the court following their COVID-19 10-day shutdown, the El Campo Ladybirds have won four straight.
The El Campo Ladybirds swim team had their seven-year district championship streak broken last year.
After years of struggling during district play, the El Campo Ricebirds will take a win any way they can get it.
El Campo Ladybirds and the Ricebirds basketball joined a growing number of schools across the area and state who’ve had their seasons complicated because of COVID-19.
The last game of non-district play ended in a loss for the El Campo Ricebirds, who fell to the fourth ranked 3A team in the state, Corpus Christi London 67-61, on the road Saturday afternoon.
The El Campo swim team found success at a Rosenberg dual-meet Tuesday in one of their final meets before district on Jan. 22.
The Louise Lady Hornets’ hunt for their second district win will continue after falling to their district rivals the Ganado Maidens 42-22, at Hornet Gym Friday night.
The El Campo Ladybirds (8-2) got a game-high 15 points from senior Mya Shorter to beat the Anderson Shiro Lady Fighting Owls at Ricebird Gym Saturday afternoon.
When looking back at 2020, only one thing dominated the sports landscape: COVID-19.
El Campo senior Ladybird Yanira Cardona will continue her soccer career in college.
It’s been five years and five coaches since the El Campo Ricebirds’ basketball team made the playoffs, but players hope 2021 will be different.
The El Campo Ricebirds (9-3) came one point from tying their season-high offensive output Monday afternoon.
El Campo goes on a mini run against Bay City
Some action from the El Campo vs Ladycats game
The El Campo Ladybirds (8-1) didn’t need big games from seniors Jackie Nichols or Mya Shorter to beat the Bay City Ladycats Friday at Ricebird Gym.
The Louise Hornets football team made improvements in 2020. The Hornets added more wins from a year ago and they picked up more all-district awards.
Playing their fifth game in nine days the El Campo Ricebirds (7-3) came from behind to beat the (3A) East Bernard Brahmas (3-3) on the road Saturday afternoon.
Relying on every single varsity player, the El Campo Ladybirds (6-0) defeated the Schulenburg Shorthorns 44-31 on Tuesday night in Ricebird Gym.
Football will look a little different next year.
Don’t look now, but the El Campo Ricebirds (2-3) are streaking after beating Victoria East Titans 75-68.
The Louise Lady Hornets (0-3) remain winless, falling to the Van Vleck Lady Leopards on the road 43-33 Tuesday night.
With a strong third quarter, the El Campo Ladybirds (4-0) came from behind to take down the Rice Consolidated Lady Raiders 44-39 on the road Tuesday night.
Of the hundreds of 2A cross country runners, only three can say they faster than Louise Hornets sophomore Antonio Martinez.
With two state-ranked teams inside their district, coaches still saw a lot from the third-place El Campo Ladybirds throughout the season, awarding them with five all-district selections.
The Louise Lady Hornets season ended with them missing out on the playoffs, but district coaches saw enough good play to award them with a first and second-team all-district award.
The Louise Hornets (4-0) blitzed the larger school, (3A) Boling Bulldogs with shots from the outside and an aggressive defense to pick up the 53-35 win on the road Tuesday morning.
The El Campo Ricebird (1-3) defense for the final eight minutes played like a swarm of Africanized bees.