The Comanches (2-2) got back on the winning track with a 45-0 shutout of Thrall last week in Homecoming and get one more non-district test as they face Weimar.
"We had come off two tough teams in Hallettsville and Schulenburg. We felt we played well against Schulenburg," Shiner coach Steven Cerny said. "Now, we are playing fellow 1A teams and feel like we can control the game which boosts our confidence."
The Wildcat offense is mostly a two-back, quarterback-under-system this year. Weimar will attack with speedy running back Jakyle Harris and balanced quarterback Juwan Almedia. Seth Helmcamp will be the key receiving target.
"We need to get to their ball carriers before they get open and get going," Cerny said. "Our defense needs to attack and be the aggressor."
The 'Cats line up in a split defense with an even front, something Shiner has not seen for some time.
"We just have to keep executing our veer game and make sure we pick up three to four yards a play," Cerny said.
Both the Comanches and the 'Cats lost to high-powered Hallettsville on the road in shutouts, Shiner fell 39-0 in Week 1 and Weimar was defeated 49-0 on Friday during the Brahmasí Homecoming game.