Football Scores


WOS 23 Kennedale 20 OT  (31 straight wins for the Mustangs)

Diboll 35 OF 14

Jasper 35 HJefferson 17

Liberty 48 Tarkington 14

Huffman 41 Columbus 26

Coldspring 65 Warren 6

HFannett 41 Kelly 36

Carthage 42 Henderson 17

Woodville 49 Kirbyville 21

Tenaha 65 WSabine 0

Trinity 46 Kountze 0

Barbers Hill 28 Dayton 26

Bryan 38 Navasota 37 OT

Vidor vs Nederland
Central vs Ozen
Silsbee at Shadow Creek
Lumberton at Memorial
BayLee at PNG


WOS JV team defeated Bridge City 20-0. Andre Thomas had a 20 yard TD run extra point no good 6-0; Andre Thomas had an 11 yard TD run Angel Iberra extra point good 13-0; Clint Williams had a 62 yard TD run Angel Iberra extra point good 20-0.  Offensive Standouts: Andre Thomas, Clint Williams, Courtney Davis, Floyd Mouton. Defensive Standouts: Hykien Taylor, Tyron Riley, Tyron Brown.

Newton 7th 32 OF 16
OF 8th 34 Newton 32
Diboll JV 28 OF 22

WOSMS v Jasper
Combined B 0 – 24 loss. Offensive standouts: DJ Robledo, Braylon Lister, Caden Gregory. Defensive standouts: Myron Griffin – interception, Trinton Garrett – interception.

7A: 32 – 0 win. Offensive standouts: Jamaal Shaw – 2 rushing TD’s and 1 two point conversion, Dakarion Judge 1 rushing TD, Cal Jones to Judge for two point conversion, Isaiah Thomas – Kickoff return for TD, Lawondrick Mitchell to Jailen Brown for two point conversion. Defensive standouts: Judge – interception, Brown and Deshawn Brunson.

8A: 34 – 2 win. Offensive standouts: Ke’zayvier Richards: 2 TD passes to Jadon Jones and Keishawn Budwine, Jartayvon Craven, Cameron Judge and Jayson Zeigler 1 rushing TD each, Zeigler two point conversion. Defensive standouts: Elijah Gales – 3 fumble recoveries and 1 safety, Jamall Warnell 2 fumble recoveries and Judge.

Stallions will travel to Hamshire-Fannett next Thursday for 3 games with kickoff at 5:00 pm.


Bridge City Middle School football played Huffman Tuesday night picking up three wins. The 8th grade Red team (2-0-1) defeated the Falcons 50-20. The Red team was led offensively by Dorian Pruitt (three touchdowns), Deegan King, Ethan Oceguera (two touchdowns), JT Fielder. Joey Murty also had a nice 40-yard reception. The defense was led by JT Fielder who had a fumble returned for a touchdown, Gavin Garrett added an interception. Davien Edwards and Trey Hebert also played well on defense. 

The 7th grade Red team (2-1) defeated Huffman 14-0. Offensive leaders were the offensive line led by Corey Neil, Matt Livingston, Shaun Hallman, CJ Cane, Clayton Whatley, and Eduardo Rodriguez. Jaden Martinez had two touchdown runs and a two-point conversion. Noah Broussard also ran the ball well picking up key first downs. The defense was led by Landon Watts and has played shutout opponents for nine straight quarters.

The 8th grade White team (0-2) was defeated 18-0. Offensive leaders were Anthony Tran, Austin Pigott, and Cheyann Rahim. The defense was led by Christian Brones and Joseph Thibodeaux.

The 7th grade White team (1-1) defeated Huffman 14-0. Mario Martin had over a 100 yards on the ground and scored two touchdowns. Easton Gibbens added a two-point conversion. Braeden Pitre led the defense with an interception at the goal line. The white team defense had two big goal line stands to keep Huffman off the board. 

The 7th and 8th-grade Red teams will both travel to Little Cypress next Tuesday 10/10, while the 7th and 8th-grade White teams will have the week off. 


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