Shorthorns smothered by Wildcat defense in 18-point loss

  • Jaxon Fietsam takes down Reed Purdy for a loss of 2 in the first quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Jaxon Fietsam takes down Reed Purdy for a loss of 2 in the first quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Jeremiah Houston pressures Weimar quarterback Joey Ramirez on fourth down in the third quarter, leading to an interception by Kenny King. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Jeremiah Houston pressures Weimar quarterback Joey Ramirez on fourth down in the third quarter, leading to an interception by Kenny King. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Temon Glover finishes off a 14-yard reception in the opening period. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Temon Glover finishes off a 14-yard reception in the opening period. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Kenny King breaks up a Wildcat pass in the second quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Kenny King breaks up a Wildcat pass in the second quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
The trend continued in Schulenburg’s Highway 90 rivalry with Weimar. The teams had alternated wins over the previous five seasons and, with a stifling defense, the Wildcats took their turn as victors last Friday at Shorthorn Stadium. The Horns were held to just 50 yards rushing and 169 total yards in the 27-9 loss. “There were several things that contributed to the lack of offense,” Schulenburg…

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