Waxahachie’s freshman Green team defeated Red Oak at Lumpkins Stadium Wednesday evening, running away with a 42-14 victory over the Hawks. The win, which was a refreshing rebound after the 28-20 loss to Arlington Seguin, marked the seventh win of the season and the fourth game the Green team scored 30 or more points against an opponent. Running back Deon’Drea “Buddy” Gardener and quarterback Keyshawn Andersen scored all six of the Indians touchdowns. Gardner scored four rushing touchdowns and Anderson added two touchdown strikes – one to his Buddy. Indians freshmen green team quarterbacks and running backs coach Daniel Harrison said the defense played a large part of the win, crediting some key defenders. “Tyler (Cash) had an interception on defense and Zac (Hill) had multiple tackles for loss and made big play after big play. Kalib Johnson also played well at linebacker for the Indians and had a fumble recovery,” he said.