Sports News

Duck hunting is definitely not everybody’s cup of tea.

Whatever it is that makes people want to go duck hunting is beyond the wildest imagination of most folks with a sane mind. Here’s how it works on the average hunt. The alarm goes off at 4 a.m. or earlier, and you get up, put on camouflaged clothing and head out the door. By the time you actually get to where you’ll be hunting, it’s cold, dark and wet. So what do we do? Pull on a pair of waders and head out into boot-sucking mud, toss out several dozen decoys, load the gun and hope the birds show up.

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Lamar University's new head football coach Mike Schultz

It is finally starting to sink in. Lamar University has a new head football coach in Mike Schultz, who has one of the best offensive minds in all of college football. Schultz was formally introduced Dec. 22 at a press conference in front of a packed room filled with Lamar faculty and fans.

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Kiandra Bowers

Lamar University senior post player Kiandra Bowers was chosen by College Sports Madness as the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 28.

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The Ray Woodard era is officially over so it’s time to move forward for Lamar University football. Ideally, Athletic Director Jason Henderson would like to hire a new football coach within the next few weeks. No, it’s not going to be Les Miles or Charlie Strong.

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Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School senior Josh Lamb signed his national letter

Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School senior Josh Lamb signed his national letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Texas-San Antonio. With his team, coaches, fellow classmates, family and friends in attendance, Lamb thanked all who had helped him reach this goal before signing.

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