Whether it is Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, the Mustang sub varsity teams have proven that they can win. They don’t have to have a “normal” night to play.

The ninth grade team beat Kirbyville the Tuesday before the IKE evacuation, 33-14. The team is led by quarterback Zack Drouillard.

During the game against the Wildcats, Britton Lindsey had a 6 yard TD run. Lindsey also had a 62-yard TD pass to Justin Thomas.

Drouillard passed 26 yards Lindsey. The extra point pass from Drouillard to DaCarlos Renfro was good. Lindsey also had an 8 yard TD run and Renfro had another 60 yard TD run. Robert Redd’s extra point kick was good. Offensive Standouts were Renfro and Lawrence Gilmore. Defensive Standouts were Redd, Taywaun Lucus, Jacoy Finney and Nathanal Colbert.

Several weeks later, the team faced Memorial’s ninth grade on a Wednesday night. Again, the Mustangs were successful, winning 38-6. Scoring for WO-S was Britton Lindsey, Josh Roberson on a 32 yard fumble, Justin Thomas, Zack Drouillard, and Robert Redd.

Defensive standouts were Roberson, Thomas, and DaCarlos Renfro. Offensive standouts were Drouillard, Redd, Lindsey and Thomas.

Finally the ninth grade got back to their regular playing night, Thursday, but that didn’t change the outcome of things. The Mustangs beat the Silsbee Tigers in Silsbee, 32-14. It was the same song and dance with the scoring as Drouillard, Thomas, Lindsey and Redd with Abear Simein also scoring. Offensive standouts were Drouillard, Lindsey, LaDarius Wilkes, Simien, Redd, Thomas and Ryan Allen while defensive standouts Mathew Lackey, Ian Jenkins, Joshua Roberson, Thomas, Renfro and Drouillard.

The JV team has also been on fire, winning all three of their games, too. They began with Kirbyville, winning 34-0. Scoring against the Wildcats was quarterback Reggie Garrett, Donovan Rubin, Shaquille Jackson, DaJewel Nelson, Roderick Simmons, Louvanstie Mouton and Ed Ivory. Other offensive standouts were Marvin Elmore, Robert Gooding, Luke Domas, Evander Guillory, Brandon Richard, and Darius Mitchell. Defensive Standouts were Nelson, Brenson Lindsey, Rubin, Ross and Johnny Epps.

They also faced Memorial on Wednesday night, WO-S JV defeated Memorial 36-6. Scoring for this game were Nelson, Simmons, and Darius Mitchell, Mouton. Offensive standouts against Memorial were Elmore, Gooding, Guillory, Domas, Richard, and Justin Francis while defensive standouts were Brenson Lindsey, Brandon Arnold, Wilson Washington, Ernest Williams, and Rubin.

The Silsbee Tigers gave the Mustang JV team their biggest fight so far, but it wasn’t enough as WO-S prevailed, 12-7. Scoring for the Mustangs were Mouton and Garrett.

The ninth grade is 3-1 and 1-0 in district while the JV team is undefeated, 4-0. Both teams will play Thursday night at home against the Hamshire-Fannett Longhorns.

The ninth grade team is coached by Randy Ragsdale, Michael Collins and Zack Quinn, while the JV is coached by the varsity coaches.