The Webster Junior High School Wolves welcomes back alumni for their homecoming festivites and football game against the JV squad from Plain Dealing.
With a large crowd in attendance, coach Alvin Curry and his squad took care of business beating Plain Dealing
Coach Curry took some time to reflect on the successful season and said he is proud of the work the Wolves put in this season.
“We started the year off with Haynesville and Homer,” Curry said. “Haynesville always had a contending team, and we man-handled them so that was a great game for the team. We played good and beat Homer. Then, we lost a legendary game to Caddo Middle Magnet, that’s a real tough team. We lost by two points.”
Curry said minus several players North Webster was able to beat them despite an impressive effort.
With the win over Plain Dealing the Wolves record for the season finished at 3-2.
Curry said he was glad to have such a good season but says he is most proud of the discipline his team showed throughout the year.
“Our agenda here at Webster Junior High School is to instill discipline,” Curry said. “We taught these guys a lot and what we hope is that we developed them to be better football players, so that when they get to coach Heard at Minden High he’ll have a good stock of young men.”