Homecoming sweet for BC and LCM, WOS and Vidor mark wins
The Bridge City Cardinals and the West Orange-Stark Mustangs both posted shutouts in Dist. 21-3A action Friday night.
The Cardinals defeated Hardin-Jefferson 13-0 for Homecoming and the Mustangs got their sixth shut-out of the season against Buna, 40-0.
Bridge City’s homecoming victory marked the second shutout in a row for the Cardinal defense. Last week Big Red shutout Hamshire-Fannett, 30-0.
The Cardinal defense robbed Hardin-Jefferson of scoring opportunities with an interception by defensive back Tanner Cervenka and a fumble recovery by linebacker Zach Cole. Cervenka also blocked a 26-yard field goal attempt late in the second quarter.
Bridge City running back Ashton Hunter racked up 176 yards on 30 carries.
The WOS Mustangs pummeled Buna in the 40-0 shutout at Buna. The Mustangs remain undefeated this season with seven straight wins. The Mustangs will host Bridge City this Friday and finish the season on Nov. 11 against Silsbee before heading into the state football playoffs.
In Dist. 20-4A the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears (3-4, 2-2) also recorded a homecoming victory at Battlin’ Bear Stadium. LCM defeated Lumberton 37-6. LCM running back Alex Sezer scored three touchdown in the first half.
Meanwhile, the Vidor Pirates (6-1, 3-1) marked another win in the tough football district by downing Port Neches-Groves 49-13.
The Orangefield Bobcats had an open week.