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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday Oct HeraldZeitung Page 9A Sub From 8A NBMS harriers finish second solicited Kickoff is slated for 7 Marble Falls 20 SVHS JV19 SMITHSON VALLEY The Smithson Valley High School junior var sity football team battled back from a 200 deficit only to fall a point shy against Marble Falls last Thursday The Mustangs used long pass plays to roll up three firsthalf touchdowns But in the second half the Rangers defense held Marble Falls to just one first down That gave the SVHS offense a chance to rally Eric Warchol scored the Rangers first touchdown on a 25yard run in the third quarter Billy Grindle added the extra point to cut Marble Falls lead to 207 In the fourth quarter Brandon Schultz scored on a 3yard run but the extra point failed leaving the Rangers with a sevenpoint deficit Grindle then hit Heath Renfrew with a 19yard touchdown pass in the final minute but a twopoint conversion attempt failed and the Rangers suffered their first loss of the season SVHS will host Canyon at 7 Thursday The Unicorns freshmen football team overcame a sluggish start last Thursday to remain unbeaten on the season Vargas got NBHS 50 on the Scoreboard with a 42yard touchdown run Quarterback Justin Vogt then threw touchdown passes of 12 and 38 yards to Steve Simpson The final Unicorns score came on a 24yard run by Simpson Cruz Acosta led the NBHS offensive line surge against the Vikings while Eric Posey Adam Trollinger Brian Masch Cody Guthrie and Chad Wehe had solid defensive contributions NBHS will play at Hays Consolidated on Thursday at 5 SUNBURST It BEAUTY PAGEANT f BABY CONTEST V OIRIS V I Marble Falls 28 SVHS frosh 8 SMITHSON VALLEY Jimmy Epperson ran for 137 yards including a 67yard touchdown but it wasnt enough to stop the Rangers freshmen from falling to 1 31 on the season David Armenta added 32 rushing yards for SVHS while Valin Klock tacked on 15 yards on the ground and caught a 17yard pass Quarterback Taylor Jordan was 5 of 11 for 53 yards in the game From staff reports The New Braunfels Middle School girls and boys cross country teams each placed second at a meet in Moulton recently The girls squad was led by Crystal Clark who finished first individually and Jodi Slaughter who was second individually Other finishers for NBMS were Jodi Hetchler Bonnie Gudgell and Teresa Lopez The boys teams secondplace effort included three top 10 individual finishes Jacob Villanueva was eighth for the NBMS while Andy Schmid finished ninth and Jeremiah Mills was 10th Michael Kendall and Daniel Gibbons also finished in the top 20 for NBMS The teams competed in Kerrville on Saturday Correction In past editions of Sports Day it has been incorrectly reported that Smithson Valley High School began playing varsity football in 1981 However the Rangers program actually began on the varsity level in 1976 Sports Day strives to present accu rate information We regret the error Pick up entry formi 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