Wossman scored one touchdown on offense and another late on a fumble return of 40 yards for a score. The West Monroe defense gave up some big pass plays but were able to keep the Wildcats in check much of the night.
West Monroe (3-0) used a steady dose of Wright and quarterback Garrett Kahmann (94 yards rushing) to wear down the Wildcats.
West Monroe drove inside the Wossman 10-yard line on the game's opening drive yet fumbled to Wossman.
The Rebel defense held and Wright took over to help West Monroe build a 28-6 halftime lead.
Michael Hamburg also had a big night with a rushing touchdown and over 200 yards in punt return yards for the Rebels.
Kahmann completed 5-of-7 passes for 65 yards. Running back Charlie Norman racked up 52 yards and a pair of scores.
Kicker Reece Aultman was a perfect 7-of-7 on PAT kicks. On special teams, Michael Hamburg returned two big punts including one for touchdown. Hamburg now has 1 punt return and 2 kickoff returns for touchdowns this season.
Despite the lopsided score, Rebel coach Jerry Arledge saw plenty for his team to work on going forward.
“I thought we were real sloppy at times,” Arledge said. “Not lining up right, fumbling the ball and getting holding penalties, Those things that real good football teams don’t do with regularity. We got plenty of team to get better. That is always the biggest room in the house.”
The Rebels got to get many players off the bench and in for some playing time under the Friday night lights.
Cayden Pierce and Lane Little played quarterback in the second half with Pierce also playing fullback.
West Monroe hosts defending 4A Mississippi state champion Noxubee County next Friday at 7 p.m. on Don Shows Field at Rebel Stadium.