October 9 On a clear Friday night with home-field advantage, the Wildcat defense couldn’t keep the Shiner Comanches out of the end zone, and the Wildcat offense didn’t start picking up steam until it was too late in the game.
The Comanches seized advantage of the Wildcat struggles and rolled over Weimar 57-14.
The Weimar offense put up 26 carries for 60 yards with 108 yards passing for a 6/15 completion rate.
Reed Purdy carried 12 times for 29 yards. Joey Ramirez carried 10 times for 33 yards with one TD. Dreylon McMillian carried twice for five yards and Nunu Wilson carried two for a negative seven-yard loss.
Quarterback Joey Ramirez passing game garnered one TD and one interception. On the receiving end Purdy caught three for 16 yards, Wilson caught one for 25 yards, Nunnelly had one catch for 17 yards, and Lacina caught one for a whopping 50 yards for a touchdown.
The Weimar Wildcats will face off against Flatonia there on Friday, Oct. 16.
WEIMAR 14 SHINER 57
Rushing: 26 Carries, 60 Yards
Passing: 6/15, 108 Yards
Rushing: 26 Carries, 301 Yards
Passing: 4/6, 122 Yards
Weimar Individual Stats Rushing
Reed Purdy: 12 Carries, 29 Yards
Joey Ramirez: 10 Carries, 33 Yards 1 TD
Dreylon McMillian: 2 Carries, 5 Yards Nunu Wilson: 2 Carries, -7 Yards
Nunu Wilson: 2 Carries, -7 Yards
Joey Ramirez: 8/15, 108 Yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Reed Purdy: 3 Catches 16 Yards
Nunu Wilson: 1 Catch 25 Yards
Wyatt Lacina: 1 Catch 50 Yards, 1 TD
Clayton Nunnelly: 1 Catch 17 Yards