Category Archives: Hometown Sports
It took the whole first quarter for the Mustangs to get their engine going, but once they hit the gas, they never looked back, beating the Orangefield Bobcats, 42-14, to stay perfect in district play. “We were able to get
Mauriceville Middle School cross country runners showed strong at the District meet on Saturday. From right in the attached photo, Eli Peveto took first, with Jackson Baeza earning third, and Trevor Turner coming in ninth in his first ever race.
The 7th grade football game on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Hamshire-Fannett has been moved to Thursday, Oct. 23 at home, starting at 5:00pm. There will be one 7th grade game followed by one 8th grade game.The 7th grade home game on Tuesday, Oct. 28th against Hardin-Jefferson has been moved to Thursday, Oct.
Ticket sales for the WOS vs. Hamshire-Fannett (Pink Out) Varsity Football game will be on sale in the WOS Athletic office the following days and times this week: Thursday - 9:00 am -12:00 pm, and 1:00 – 3:00 pm; and Friday – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm only. Ticket prices are $5
The WOS MS 7th grade team hosted Orangefield and won 32-0. Jackson Tims led the offense with touchdown passes to Keontae Strother, Tyrone Wilson and Da’vion Riggs. Wilbert Ned and Strother each rushed for a touchdown and Strother added the
After a devastating loss to the Newton Eagles last week, the Mustangs bounced back in true fashion to slaughter the Liberty Panthers, 45-7, in front of a huge homecoming crowd Friday night. “We pounded them from all levels,” Head Coach
The OJH Lady Bobcats 8th grade A-team finished in first place at the Hamshire Fannett tournament on Saturday, Oct.11. The team defeated Hamshire Fannett in the championship to continue their undefeated streak of the day. The 7th grade A-team defeated
When two tradition rich football teams hook up, someone is going to go home with a loss. And that is exactly what happened to the WO-S Mustangs Friday night when they showed up in Newton to play the Eagles and
There will only be one WOS 7th grade football game vs. Liberty on Thursday, Oct. 9, beginning at 5:00pm. Then one 8th grade football game to follow. Also, there will only be one 9th/JV (combination) football game at Liberty on Thursday, Oct. 9 beginning at 5:30pm.
The Stallions played in Newton and came home with two nail biter wins. The 7th grade team won 8-0 with a TD and two point conversion from Wilbert Ned. Keontae Strother and Jackson Tims helped Ned lead the offense to
The Mustangs faced a giant in the Richmond Foster Falcons this past Friday night, and although they lost, 17-14, they hung in the game to the end. Very few polls picked the game to even be close, but WO-S proved