Yorktown defeated the Wildcats on Yorktown’s home turf on Sept. 4 with a final score of 40 - 21. The Wildcats put up impressive offensive and defensive stats, but not enough to keep Yorktown at bay.
Offensive strategies on both sides of the line were neck and neck with Weimar total yards were 362 against Yorktown’s’ 363 yards. However, Yorktown was able to hold the Wildcats to only 57 yards in passing while Yorktown put up 216 yards in air domination.
Joey Ramirez, Quarterback, passed for 65 yards for one TD and 2 INT. Cole Duty had 13 carries for 24 yards, Dreylon McMillian carried twice for six yards, Reed Purdy had one carry for seven yards, Nunnu Wilson carried one for two yards. Joey Ramirez kept the ball for 23 carries for 243 yards to get two TDs but with one fumble. On the receiving end, Nunu Wilson had five for 31 yards, Hunter Price for two for eight yards that resulted in one TD. Tanner Konvicka received one for 18 yards and Dreylon McMillian had one reception for eight yards.
Defensively the Cats were led by Felix Sanchez for six tackles, Dreylon McMillian for five tackles, Joey Ramirez for five tackles, and caused one fumble with Nunu Wilson’s six tackles and one fumble recovery.
The Wildcats will face Luling Friday, Sept. 11 for the Weimar Homecoming.