DWHS football finished its season with a 48-30 win at Solomon, Kan. on Friday, Oct. 30. The Mustangs finish the season at 4-3.
After a two week break due to COVID quarantine, the Mustang football team got back on the field, hosting Burlington on Friday, Oct. 23. The Mustangs needed the win or a close loss to advance to playoffs, but their 12-46 loss knocked them out . . .
Playing just to half-time, the DWHS football team defeated Maranatha 52-0 on Friday, Oct. 2. Next up for the Mustangs is hosting Clifton-Clyde on Friday, Oct. 9.
DWHS football lost a tough game to Washington County 60-82 at home on Friday, Sept. 25. They host Maranatha on Friday, Oct. 2.
The DWHS football team takes a celebratory photo after defeating Johnson-Brock of Johnson, Neb. 44-22, on the road last Friday, Sept. 18. This week, the Mustangs, now 2-1, host Washington County on Friday, Sept. 25.
DWHS Mustang football was set to kick off the season at Blue Valley, Randolph, on Friday, Sept. 4, but ended up playing at Worth County High School in Grant City, Missouri. Blue Valley had to cancel the game with DWHS due to a . . .
The Mustang football team ended their season with a 47-0 win over Tescott at home in a cross-district consolation game played on Thursday, Oct. 31. Photos by Marla Taylor
Mustang football picked up a second win, defeating Wetmore 54-7 on Friday, Oct. 11. This week, the Mustangs play at Blue Valley on Friday, Oct. 18.
DWHS football battled the Onaga Buffalos on Friday, Sept. 27, and fell 36-42 after triple overtime. Their next game, to be played at Linn on Friday, Oct. 4, has been forfeited by Linn, who does not have enough healthy players. The Mustangs . . .
In back and forth scoring battle, DWHS football fell 52-74 to Frankfort at home on Friday, Sept. 20. The Mustangs will host Onaga for Homecoming on Friday, Sept. 27, and the crowning of the king and queen will take place at half time. . . .
For game two of the season, DWHS football played at Hanover on Friday, Sept. 13. The Mustangs had a strong start and held a lead until the end of the first half, but the second half was all Hanover and the Mustangs lost 8-44. . . .
The Mustangs battled with the Washington County Tigers in their season opener on Friday, Sept. 6, losing the close game 42-34. The Mustangs next play at Hanover on Friday, Sept. 13.