Wildcat Homecoming Not Dampened by the Rain – Fourth Straight Win With 41-7 Nation Victory

The Wildcat nation turned out in full force as rain fell on the stands, fans chanted, “Defense” and the scoreboard soared. The rain didn’t dampen the spirits and the Wildcats roared again.

The Dekalb Bears scored a touchdown on their first possession on an 8-yard by Timon Proby after the kickoff, Thereafter, the Bears hit the Wildcat Defense wall.  As the Wildcats took their kickoff in the first quarter T.K. Hamilton galloped across the goal line on a 57-yard burst.

T.K. Hamilton took a 6-yard run and turned it into another six points for the Wildcats in the second quarter. At halftime, the Wildcats led the Bears 21-7 when Wildcat quarterback Raymond Ramirez found Hamilton down field with a 65-yard precision pass that rang up another TD for the Wildcats by their very own T.K. Hamilton.

The third quarter started where the second quarter ended with T.K. Hamilton dashing for 24 more yards, adding 6 more points to the tally. The momentum on wet turf did not slow down the Wildcat roll as Waskom’s Jacob Reeves answered the call with a rumble for 5 yards to add 7 more points. The Wildcat Nation Wall in the third quarter rung up points like New York City’s Times-Square flashing neon lights.

The fourth quarter had Wildcat QB Ramirez find his target Robert Raven on a 25-yard pass to close-out the scoring at a whopping 41 to 7 victory to showcase on the Nation’s wall and statistics.

Rain and adverse conditions with the creeping chill did not slow down the Waskom’s Wildcat will to win with a spirit of excellence.

Waskom now stands at 5-1 for this Fall football season and holds a 3-0 in the district wide field of play. The DeKalb Bears run 3-3 and 1-2 in the district overall.

The Wildcats are on the road next Friday, October 19, 2018, to meet the Elysian Fields Yellowjackets on their home turf.

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