Kerrville Daily Times, September 24, 1998, Page 12

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September 24, 1998

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Kerrville Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1998, Kerrville, Texas Page 2B — Kerrville Daily Times — Thursday, September 24, 1998 Tivy season stats Kerrville Tivy 8 10 21 15—54 Opponent IO 27 7 14—64 Tivy Opponent First downs ... ......... 40 24 Rushes-yds. .. _____ 140 689 88 503 Passing yds .........130 259 Total yds ..........819 762 Com-Att-lnt .......17-38-3 17-30-0 Return yds ........ 223 186 Punts avg ... ...... 14-34 3 13-38 8 Fumbles tost ....... .13-8 13-8 Penalties-yds. . ......20-167 14-105 Prep Pigskin Preview — Week 4 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Tivy Marty Jefferson 65-530 Luke Bettmazzi 17-87 Nathan Holer 8-49 Curtis Tyler 7-29, Man Coons 12-17, Chad Thompson 1-2, Bnan Neat 1-{-1). Dee McCNntock 2-(-3), Dustin AHhaus 4-(*8), Matt Caraway 23-(-15) PASSING — Tivy, Caraway 16-35-3-127, McClmtock 1-2-0-3, Coons 0-1-0-0 RECEIVING — Tivy, Coons 4-30 James Eastland 3-25 Jefferson 3-21, Althaus 2-26, Joe Perez 2-16 Bettma/zi 1-11, Holer 1*3. Arthur Garcia 1-(-3) FIELD GOALS — Micah McCutcheon 32 Tivy Continued from page 1B “We got after it and that’s what I wanted to see," LaHue said. “Our second-half performance is what we’re building on.” Marble ——^ Falls is another “We knew example of a going in this team that is wag g0ing \0 better than    ,    a l what Tivy    b© a tough faced    last    non-district year. So far, schedule. We the Antlers obviously want have run up . » a « M *    ‘0 w,n eac" against improved time out, but I San Angelo    want US to Lake View    keep    Our and Canyon injuries down teams    in    .    . non-district.    ana    KeeP “We knew improving going in this each week,” was going to — Neal LaHue be a tough    Tivy football non-district    coach schedule,” - LaHue said. “We obviously want to win each time out, but I want us to keep our injuries down and keep improving each week. If we do that, well be ready for district and that’s the goal.” The Mustangs will present another major test for the Antlers. Marble Falls, led by senior quarterback John Rogers, likes to run the football and thats something that gave Tivy fits against Canyon. The Antlers surrendered 329 yards on the ground to the Cougars. “We expect them to attack our perimeter with their running game after what happened last week,” LaHue said. Rogers, a 5-foot-ll, 175-pound signal caller, is the undisputed leader for the Mustangs (2-1), a 12-7 winner against Taylor last week. As a sophomore and junior, Rogers amassed more than 2,400 yards of total offense. “He’s a great quarterback,” LaHue said. “He hurt us last year with his throwing and running ability. We’ll have to contain the bootleg plays.” Meanwhile, Marble Falls head coach David Denney hasn’t been impressed with Rogers’ play so far this season. “He hasn’t shown a whole lot yet,” Denney said. “I’m kind of disappointed in his performance so far this season.” Denney added that several changes in personnel on offense have contributed to Rogers’ slow start. The Mustangs shifted some linemen around and start a new corps of wide receivers. “Maybe we’ll put it together this week,” he said. “I know we have to start putting it together with district right around the corner.” The Mustangs are big up front, averaging almost 240 pounds on the offensive line. The leader is center Keith Virdell (5-11, 290). Running back Brian Fry (6-3, 195) is the main ground threat for Marble F’alls, a 4-7 playoff team last year. “It should be a real war in the trenches,” Denney said. The Antlers will counter with its running attack led by sophomore Marty Jefferson who has gained 530 yards and scored five touchdowns this season. Jefferson has averaged 219.5 yards in his last two games. ‘The approach is the same for us,” LaHue said. “We learn from our mistakes and go out and play hard. This is a game we want to win.” Notes: Tivy is 5-1 in regular season road games under LaHue. The Antlers went a perfect 5-0 last season away from Antler Stadium, but lost at San Angelo Lake View to open this season. ...Marble Falls suits up only 28 players on the varsity squad. Tivy at Marble Falls 7:30 p. rn., Mustang Stadium Last year a meeting: Senior tailback Aaron Riley rushed for a game-high 175 yards and two touchdowns as Tivy amassed a season-high 315 yards on the ground m a 38-28 victory over the host Mustangs The victory was the second in a five-game winning streak for the Antlers Last week “ivy fell to 1-2 on the season with a 42-17 loss to New Braunfels Canyon; Marble Falls improved to 2-1 on the season with a 12-7 victory over Taylor About Marble Falls; The Mustangs made the Playoffs for the ninth time rn the last 10 years, but the/ wound up with a 4-7 mark after a first-round exit I'om the postseason Marble Falls is pnmanty a running team on offense On defense, the Mustangs are young with only three starters returning from last season Key matchup: The Mustangs average 240 pounds <xi the offensive line and will try to bully Tivy up front with a punishing running attack Senior quarterback John Rogers is a big threat running the football mostly on designed bootlegs Tivy had problems against the run versus Canyon, surrendering 329 yards on the ground. Injuries: Tivy — OL Brian Goodale (bruised tibia, questionable) LB Harold Buell (knee, out), FB/LB Luke Bettmazzi (knee, out); Marble Falls (none). Coach Neat LaHue says (See page 1 story) Admission $5 adults. $2 students Radio KERV (AM 910) San Antonio Sam Houston at Boerne 7:30 p rn., Greyhound Stadium Last year s meeting: The Greyhounds snapped a season-opening three-game losing streak with a 30-6 romp over the visiting Cherokees Last week: Sam Houston (0-3) dropped a 28-12 loss to Highlands Boerne (1-2) defeated San Antonio O’Connor. 28-12. About SA Sam Houston: Bobby Hall led Sam Houston with 81 yards on 15 cames, including a 16-yard run for a score against Highlands Sam Houston allowed 275 first half yards to Highlands, but stiffened in the second half, allowing 115 “We need to put together a whole game." coach Russell Tatum told the San Antonio Express-News Friday We have a young team with guys that don’t have varsity experience We’ve got to mature and grow up fast.” The Cherokees allow 25 points per game while sconng just 11 per outing Key matchup: The Boerne defense against the Sam Houston offense Boerne will try to contain the speed of Sam Houston. "They have several kids who can take it and go the distance," Boerne coach Jeff Dicus said. “I am real concerned about their team speed " Injuries: Boerne (none reported), Sam Houston (none reported) Coach Jeff Dicus says. We re making good improvements. I thought we executed well (against O’Connor); we threw the ball ran the ball and move the chains We took the attitude this week about not worrying about Sam Houston as much as taking care of ourselves" Admission: $5 adults, $2 students Fredericksburg at Schertz Clemens 7:30p.m., Buffalo Stadium Last year's meeting: Visiting Clemens tore through hoe! Fredericksburg with a big 42-14 victory Last week: Fredericksburg (2-1) fell flat in a 34-0 loss to Smithson Valley; Clemens (3-0) roughed up New Braunfels 32-10. Fredencksburg could manage just 98 yards of offense and committed four fumbles in the loss to Srmthson Valley About Clemens: Clemens is ranked the No 1 team in the area by the San Antonio Express-News The Buffaloes have won 22 straight regular season games dating back to 1996 This year. Clemens has one of the area s top running backs in senior Donme Pinkerton He ranks in the top 20 in the area with 388 yards (9 5 per carry) and three TDS Clemens is averaging 295 yards per game on the ground Key matchup: Batton Billies defense trying to stop Pinkerton “He is real quick.' Fredencksburg coach Jerald Klett said “Speed-wise, he is very difficult to stop You may contain him three or four plays and then he can bust one on you He has great speed and vision, can find the holes and then blow through them * Injuries: Fredencksburg — OL Dale Woe mer (broken ankle, out); Clemens (none). Coach Jerald Klett says: We turned the ball over too many times last week They made it 17-0 real quick and then they had the momentum. Clemens is a good football team and Pinkerton is a real good back We have got to do a better job offensively We must move the ball offensively to keep our defense from being out there all night long.’ Admission: $5 adults $2 students Radio: KNAF (AM 910) Ingram at Comfort 7:30p m , Bobcat Stadium Last year s meeting: Did not play Last week: Ingram (3-0) squeaked by Mason 7-0; Comfort (3-0) nipped Rockspnngs 15-14 with a last-minute touchdown and two-pomt conversion. About Comfort: The Bobcats survived a close scare by Rocksprings last week. Only a three-yard touchdown run and two-point conversion by Dereck Syfert with less than a minute to play in the game, kept the Bobcats from being upset Nevertheless. Comfort leads the Hill Country total offense (444 7 yards per game), rushing offense (391 ypg) and sconng offense (47 3 ppg) About Ingram: The Warnors are 3-0 after a hard-fought 7-0 win over Mason A 41-yard run by Darnel Coffey late in the first period was the difference. Ingram has allowed lust 14 points this season and ranks third in the Hill Country with 168 yards per game Key matchup: Ingram defensive front against Comfort rushing game The Warriors have held three predominately rushing teams to an average of 97 yards per game On the otherhand. Comfort has rolled up 1.334 yards in three games. The Bobcats have four rushers — Syfert (382), Gary Boe mer (168). Chase Woemer (117) and James Allerkamp (347) that all rank among the top 20 rushers in the area Ingram coach Johnny Burleson says: "I think it is going to be a smash-mouth football game against Comfort. They are thinking bai control and will try to drive the bai down our throats We are going to load up and try to stop them and try to put them in situations they don’t like, like throw the football I think it will be pretty low scoring; it is probably in our best interest if it is a low scoring.’ Comfort coach Paul Talbert says: ‘Give coach Burleson a lot of credit, he has got his young kids playing well They have had some success throwing on first down lf they can throw on first down, we are going to have a tough time ’ Injuries: Ingram WR Miles Smitfi (tom ligament in thumb probable) OL Enc Jacoby (pulled groin, probable). OB Cullen Loeffler (foot, probable); Comfort (none reported) Admission: S5 adults (general admission), $2 students SA Holy Cross at Bandera 7:30p.m., Bulldog Stadium Last year s meeting: Did not play Last week Holy Cross (3-0) ripped Crystal City 32-7; Bandera (1-2) trashed Devine 42-14 About SA Holy Cross: The Knights return 28 lettermen from an 11-1 TCIL state finalist team last season In last week s win over Crystal City. Holy Cross running back Adrian Gonzales racked up 126 yards and two TDS The Kmgtsc reed points off turnovers, sconng on a 21-yard interception retursn by Jose Vara and a fumble recovery HC held Crystal City to 67 yards passing Key matchup: Bandera's ability to stop Holy Cross ground attack The Knights are big up front plus they have a big fullback and a speedy tailback The Bulldogs win have to stop the fullback penetration and contam the perimeter In addition they will have to pressure the quarterback Coach Mike Williamson says: "Its Homecoming for us. which is difficult tor us. but the kids understand that We're on a high after beating Devine for the first time ever last week, but the kids also have handled it extremely well They have refocused for what promises to be a tough ball game" Injuries: Bandera DT Manuel Hernandez (knee, out for season); SA Holy Cross (none reported) Admission: $5 adults (general admission), $2 students. Center Point at San Marcos Academy 7:30 p.m., Academy Field Last year s meeting: Did not play Last week: Center Point (3-0) clubbed St Gerard 42-7 for its third straight victory; San Marcos Academy (1-1) suffered a 27-0 loss to Randolph About San Marcos Academy: The Bears are 1 -1 on the year after a 27-0 loss to Randolph The Rohawks scored all 27 points in the second half thanks in part to three SMBA fumbles. San Marcos Baptist could .manage only six first downs and 124 yards oI offense in the game Quarterback A.J. Russell led the Bears with 42 yards on IO cames and completed 2-of-12 for 40 yards Key matchup: The Center Point offense against San Marcos defense Can the Bears defense stopped the versatile Center Point offense The Pirates are averaging 382 3 yards per game against plastered St. Gerard's 42-7 last WWK Injuries: Center Point, C Gavin Norlander (shoulder, questionable): San Marcos Academy (none) Coach Allen Kaiser says: “We feel like they are going to man up on defense and we can take advantage of that. It looks like they really focus on a run-onented defense We are going to try and get the ball to Cody Jay, Siddiq Frazier and Chns Steams more We are going to try and eliminate the silly mistakes We probably know less about this team than anyone we know so far." Admission: $4 adults. S2 students Medina at Harper 7:30p.m., Longhorn Stadium Last year's meeting: Harper took advantage of three first-half fumbles and converted 5-of-6 fourth downs attempts by Medina to beat the anch-rival Bobcats, 30-21, Last week: Medina endured a 62-6 setback to Runge to remain winless. Harper failed to claim its first victory m a 40-7 loss to Lometa About Harper: Harper continues to struggle hanging onto the football The Longhorns have fumbled the ball 23 times the last two games, losing nine When the Horns do hang onto the ball running back Devon Hayes is a handful, rushing for 238 yards in three games About Medina: The Bobcats continue to struggle Medina allowed Runge running back Nat Green to rush for 404 yards and six touchdowns in the first half of a 62-6 loss The Bobcats scored their first points of the season when Chns Fassett caught a 28-yard pass from Clint Singleton Key matchup: Harper rushing game against Medina defense Medina has allowed opponents to run for 350 yards per game Injuries: Harper WR/DB Ross Harper (sprained ankle, probable); Medina, OL J P Fuentes (broken foot, out). Coach Mark Kyle says: Not available Coach Glenn Davis says: We are pretty similar. but I am concerned about their quickness in the backfield. 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