Articles Tagged “yard”

  • Bearkat Football 012 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkats Roll Over Lamar 66 – 0

    Sophomore Richard Sincere rushed for 102 yards and a 40-yard touchdown and caught a 77-yard pass for another TD to lead Sam Houston to a 66-0 shutout of the Lamar Cardinals Saturday afternoon at Eliott T. Bowers Stadium.

    The 66 points represented the second highest score for the Bearkats in a Southland Conference game. Sam Houston scored 69 against Nicholls in 1999…

  • Hornets vs Kingwood Park (Courtesy ItemOnline.com / DJ Shafer)

    The Streak Ends…

    Trailing by three points at halftime, the Hornets said they felt pretty good. An hour or so later, they didn’t look so good.

    After the Panthers of Kingwood Park ran off and left Huntsville 34-14, the Hornets were smarting a bit.

    “We can’t lose our minds like we did tonight. We can’t lose control,” Huntsville defensive end Steve York said. “We’ve got to watch what we do out on the field and tonight we fell apart. We fell apart and started running our mouths.”

  • SHSU Football - Celebration (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    ‘Kats React to Big Win

    In a place where Sam Houston has endured far more agony than jubilation over the years, the seventh-ranked Kats took it to McNeese State and walked out of “The Hole” with yet another dominant performance from start to finish.

    Sam Houston, which had previously won only one once (1999) in Lake Charles, La. in 12 tries, beat up the Cowboys and never relented, cruising to a 38-14 blowout Saturday night…

  • SHSU Football - Tim Flanders (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    ‘Kats Win 38 – 14 at McNeese

    Tim Flanders tied the Sam Houston career record for most 100-yard rushing yard games, Robert Shaw scored on a blocked punt and the Bearkat defense created three turnovers as the Bearkats rolled to a 38-14 Southland Conference football victory over McNeese State Saturday at Cowboy Stadium.

    The win was only the second for Sam Houston in Lake Charles in the Bearkats’ 24 years of NCAA Division I FCS football in the Southland Conference…

  • Hornets vs New Caney (Courtesy DJ Shafer-Huntsville Item)

    The Streak Continues

    Coming off their biggest win in the last couple of years, the Hornets could have let up a little Friday. It would have been understandable had Huntsville limped through a homecoming game against a struggling and much smaller squad from New Caney.

    Huntsville’s defense did not let up in the least. The Hornets dominated New Caney, holding the Eagles to 55 total yards of offense in a 23-0 Huntsville victory at Bowers Stadium…

  • SHSU Football Homecoming vs Nicholls (Courtesy DJ Shafer)

    Bearkats Remain Undefeated

    There was seemingly no stopping the Bearkats on Saturday, especially not on homecoming day. From the first snap until time ran out, Sam Houston’s defense harassed the Colonels, who could not come up with an answer.

    The 10th-ranked Kats forced five turnovers — three interceptions and two fumble recoveries — on their way to a 47-7 rout of Nicholls to remain unbeaten and take sole possession of first place in the Southland Conference…

  • Hornets vs Humble (Courtesy DJ Shafer-Huntsville Item)

    Hornets Continue Their Winning Streak

    Despite recording 12 penalties for a loss of 111 yards, the Hornets never lost control in Friday night’s 13-7 win over Humble.

    Mistakes didn’t negatively affect the Hornets or their motivation to beat Humble, which was evident in the postgame celebration at Bowers Stadium.

    The victory tied Huntsville (3-1) for the top spot in District 18-4A, along with Humble, Kingwood Park, Willis and Summer Creek…

  • SHSU Football - BOTPW Win (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkats Roll the Lumberjacks 45 – 10

    Courtesy Gene Schallenberg / Huntsville Item / GoBearkats.com Like seasoned boxers in the midst of a championship bout, the Sam Houston Bearkats took Stephen F. Austin’s best shots for 30 minutes on Saturday afternoon. As the…

  • Hornets in Porter (Courtesy DJ Shafer / ItemOnline.com)

    Hornets Looking Good After 2nd Win

    The Hornets set the tone all right. On Friday night at Don Ford Stadium, Huntsville executed its game plan perfectly, for a little more than a half at least.

    The Hornets jumped all over the Porter Spartans in the first quarter, scoring three touchdowns in a six-minute span and blowing out to a 21-0 lead. After senior Markey Thomas busted a 49-yard touchdown run early in the second half, the Hornets seemed to shut off their engines….

  • SHSU Football vs New Mexico (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkats Win in Overtime

    Sophomore running back Tim Flanders set a school record with five rushing touchdowns including a four-yard score for the game-winner in overtime as Sam Houston defeated New Mexico 48-45 Saturday night at University Stadium…