en WMS No. 1 seed in tournament <p> For the second time in three years, Williston Middle School will be the #1 seed and will host the SMAC Football Championship Game Oct. 21 at 6 p.m.</p> <p> Last season Williston was in the championship but was the #2 seed and had to play at Bradford. Defeating Lake Butler on their home field 28-14 has the Red Devils 3-0 in the SMAC (4-0 overall) with only Fort White left on their conference schedule.</p> Red Devils claim big first win <p> <strong>By Max Yavel</strong></p> <p> <em>Contributing Writer</em></p> <p> Williston was finally able to get its first win of the season last week as they took on Wildwood High School at home. The stands at Booster Stadium were buzzing with energy as the Red Devils put up touchdown after touchdown en route to a 63-12 victory.</p> Lady Indians take down Lady Red Devils 3-1 <p> <strong>By Max Yavel</strong></p> <p> <em>Contributing Writer</em></p> <p> The Lady Red Devils hosted their rivals, Chiefland, last week and gave them a great match as both teams played extremely hard. Williston wasn&rsquo;t able to come on top in this one but the games were competitive and close the whole way. The Lady Red Devils showed incredible resolve -- fighting their way back time and time again.</p> Red Devils suffer big loss on the road <p> <strong>By Max Yavel</strong></p> <p> <strong>Contributing Writer</strong></p> <p> The Red Devils traveled to take on Dixie County School last Friday, in interim head coach, Scott Hall&rsquo;s first game on the sidelines for Williston. The game didn&rsquo;t go as planned as Williston lost 37-7, but the Red Devils showed admirable determination and spirit as the game progressed to its conclusion.</p> Williston Middle School football team rolls 50-20 <p> <strong>By Greg Hamilton</strong></p> <p> <em>Special to the Pioneer</em></p> Lady Red Devils lose tough game <p> <strong>By Max Yavel</strong></p> <p> <strong>Contributing Writer</strong></p> <p> The Lady Red Devils were on the road last Thursday as they traveled to take on the Chiefland Indians. Williston put together three competitive games but were unable to take home a victory against their rivals.</p> <p> The opening match started out sluggishly for Williston as they trailed 16-5 early in the game, but they would soon get their legs under them and play up to their potential.</p> WMS football starts strong; claims two wins <p> <strong>By Greg Hamilton</strong></p> <p> <strong>Special to the Pioneer</strong></p> <p> Williston 48 P.K. Yonge 34</p> <p> Williston Middle School football player Jonathan Davis had four TDs (45 yard fumble return, 43, 49, and 78 yard runs) and &nbsp;Jeremiah James added two TDs (50, 44 yards) to jump ahead to a 48-18 lead &nbsp;before P.K. Yonge scored a pair of touchdowns against reserves to bring the score to 48-34.</p> <p> Blake Hall also had a touchdown catch and quarterback C.J. &nbsp;Strange added two touchdown passes. Devante Pollock, Jonathan Davis, and &nbsp;</p> Season of Discovery <p> If Williston Head Football Coach Cliff Lohrey has any apprehension, fear or dread about the 2014 season, he&rsquo;s not letting it show.</p> <p> In his first year as the Red Devils&rsquo; gridiron leader, Lohrey is all smiles heading into tomorrow night&rsquo;s season opener against P.K. Yonge on the opponents&rsquo; home field.</p>