FCCS no test for Weston on Letterjacket Night

One streak continued while another ended. In between 21 Weston High letter winners received their jackets making the night a complete success. The streak that continued thanks to the 56 -33 victory over Family Community Christian (FCCS) out of Winnsboro is the number of victories that has now reached what is believed to be an all-time school record of nine straight to open a season The one that ended due to the 69-55 victory over FCCS put an end to the four straight losses that the Wolves have endured to open the year.

Weston 56 FCCS 33: (Girls) All fifteen on the roster got playing time and nine got on the books as head coach Stacy Tucker called the, in this case, Lady Wolves off after bolting out to a 12-2 first-quarter lead that ballooned to 48-17 by the end of the third quarter. The contest also marked the ninth straight time Weston has scored 50 or more points, also what is thought to be a school record to start a season. Emma Kate McBride scored 12 points, grabbed five boards, handed out four dimes, and had two steals to pace the vaunted Weston attack. Jessica Newton scored a career-high eight points as did Anslee Aldy, while Lexi Millien and Lainee Trosclair scored seven each. Briley Peterson scored four and grabbed seven rebounds while Faith Beamesderfer and Raelynn Shell scored three. Jacie Ledford and Nadia Siadek rounded out the scoring with two each. 

Weston 69 FCCS 43 (boys) Weston won their first and gave FCCS their first loss as the Wolves raced to a 39-15 first-half lead that led to the most points scored in a game this season. Bryce Zehr and Tait Henderson scored 21 and 20 points to become the first two Wolves to score 20 or more points in the same game this year. Mitchell Mathews added ten with both Jude Otwell and Braden Theriot chipping in with eight apiece. Juan Gonzalez added a basket. 

Letter Jacket Awarded: Twenty-one boys and girls had something warm to wear when they left the gym on a cold night. Those being awarded were: Daniel Albert, Gage Albert, Faith Beamesderfer, Landin Chatham, Hayden Collins, Tayt Culpepper, Cooper Delaney, Carrol-Anne Foshee, Layton Garrett, Blaine Griffin, Tait Henderson, Jacie Ledford, Mitchel Mathews, Rylee McBride, Jessica Newton, Jude Otwell, Tyler Pardue, Leila Roberts, Barden Theriot, Alaina Trosclair, and Quetzel Webster

Weston 54 Sterlington 49: (Girls) A step up in Class made no difference as the girls topped the Class 3A team on their home floor. A 16-7 final quarter advantage spelled the difference as Weston rallied for their 8th straight win in Sterlington’s season opener. With her knack of seemingly always doing well against good teams, Briley Peterson continued her “big game” persona by scoring 17 points and pulling down 15 boards for her third “double-double” of the year. Lexie Millien also came up big with 12 points and seven rebounds while Emma Kate McBride joined the double-digit club with ten. Lainee Trosclair added seven, Anslee Aldy six, and Jessica Newton two. 

Sterlington 61 Weston 39 (boys): A 21-2 deficit after the first period was too much to overcome as Sterlington won their season opener and sent Weston to a fourth straight loss. Bryce Zehr scored 15 to lead the Wolves while Braden Theriot and Juan Gonzalez added five each. Mitchel Mathews, Tait Henderson, and Daniel Watlington all scored four with Jude Otwell getting two points. 


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