The Rising Star Wildcats won their seventh straight game on Friday when they rolled past Panther Creek, 546. It was the Wildcats second district win and gave them sole possession of first place in the district.
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The Rising Star Wildcats fresh off a welcome break from the grind due to their bye week, will begin District 14-A play on Friday when they face Paint Rock. The game will be played at Wildcat Stadium beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The Rising Star Wildcats journeyed to Trent and posted a 76-0 victory on Friday night in a nondistrict showdown. Ranked No. 20 in the latest sixmanfootball. com poll, the Wildcats scored at will just about any way you can score in a high school football game.
The Rising Star Wildcats journeyed to Woodson and came home with a 54-6 victory. The Wildcats scored on the first play from scrimmage when Jack Bell hit Blake Wilson with a 55-yard pass to grab a 6-0 lead just 12 seconds in the first quarter. The Wildcats scored their second TD only 9 seconds into the second quarter. After a 2-point conversation, the score was 14-0. After Rising Star had made a defensive stop, Wilson scored his second touchdown on a pass from Bell.
The Rising Star Wildcats made sure everyone went home happy on Homecoming night. The Wildcats treated the large crowd on hand for Friday’s festivities to an easy 70-6 win over Lohn.