New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 13, 2003, Page 6

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September 13, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page September Smithson Valley assistant coach Roger Henry HERALDZETTUNO f svfli iic Gary MaWatiH a MI 52ft Of fy THE DAILY MARIONVOLLEYBALL HostsNavarro Time NEW BRAUNFELS VOLLEYBALL Hosts DelValle Time Information District match CANYON VOLLEYBALL Plays Smithson Valley and MiijhaeU 5 Location At Smithson Valley TIOKET Molinet scores 4 times as Canyon rockets past San Antonio 477 By Ben Robinson Staff writer SAN ANTONIO Canyon rock eted past San Antonio Kennedy Fri day The offensive blast began less than three minutes into the when tailback Jeremy Molinet swept past the Rockets defense and scored his first of four Jeremy got his work cut out and earned it said Cougars head coach Brad After picking up a fumble on Ken nedys first offensive possession of the the Cougars came back with a 48yard drive that ended with Molinet scoring to make it The Cougars defense shut down the Rockets not allowing their opponents a first down in the opening The stifling defensive play gave the Cougars offense plen ty of opportunities to and they did so three more Two of those scores were by Molinet the other by tailback Stephen At the Canyon led We came prepared with the de fense having a lot of and thats something we can look for ward to all said The Cougars offense scored on its first possession of the second half a six 44yard drive that was culminated by fullbackJacob Mar tins TD Another strong Canyon defensive effort set up the Cougars final touch Tailback Brett Noble got the final capping off a 36yard drive with his TD run at the The Cougars defense lost its shutout on Kennedys final offensive Kennedy running back Louie Jaramillb ended 75yaid drive by diving into the endzone from six yards Box score on Page DAVID Defensive back Nathan Guerra 3 skirts around an OConnor player after picking up a fumble on a kickoff in the first returning it to the 20yard The recovery and return set up the Rangers first Smithson Valley nails 3417 By David Rupkalvis Staff Writer The Smithson Valley foot ball team put on an offen sive showcase as the Rangers piled up 429 yards to overwhelm San Antonio OConnor in their home opener The win lifts Smithson Valley to 30 on the season while OConnor falls to While the game turned into a comfortable it started differently as OCon nor took the opening kickoff and drove 86 yards to the Smithson Valley 4yard An apparent touchdown was called back due to a penalty and the Panthers settled for a 27yard field goal to take the early The Rangers responded as Alan Hill completed pass es of 26 and 24 yards and Lance Fuller had a 22yard But the drive stalled at the OConnor 1yard line and David Sweet kicked a field goal to tie the A big hit on the ensuing See Page 7A SVHS SA OConnor 0 OConnor 3 7 0 7 17 SVHS 3 14 10 7 34 First quarter SAO Brian Golindo 27yd SV David Sweet 19yd Second quarter SVAlan Hill 11yd pass to Rowdy Francis Sweet SV Hill 2yd run Sweet O Blake Fushak 41yd pass to Justin Olson Golindo Third quarter SV Sweet 22yd SV Lance Fuller 38yd run Sweet Fourthquarter O Fushak 21yd pass to Golindo Golindo SV Hill 2yd run Sweet SVHS 19 37212 217 12210 00 850 Individual statisticss RUSHING SV Lance Fuller Adrian Ramirez Rowdy Francis Jay Alan Hill OConnor Tony Correa Blak Fushak PASSING SV OConnor Fushak RECEIVING SV Jay Wamke Rowdy Francis OConnor Anthony Mitchell Rene Martinez Brian Golindo Justin Olson Brandon NEXT Smithson Valley 30 hosts Austin Westlake Kickoff is First downs Rushesyards Passing yards PuntsAvg FumblesLost 19 3055 259 18301 31 422 Astros rough up stay 1 game up on Cubs HOUSTON AP Jeff Bag well Richard Hidal go had four hits and pitcher Wade Miller drove in a careerhigh four runs as the Houston Astros routed the Louis Cardinals 145 Friday night in the opener of a big threegame The Astros roughed up Woody Williams and finished with 19 Miller allowed two runs and two hits in six He also went 2for4 with a pair of NL Central W 79 Chicago 78 Louis 76 L 68 69 72 Pet f3 1 3 Fridays Gomes Chicago Cubs Cincinnati 6 Houston ST Louis 6 Louis at Cincinnati at He had an RBI double in the his grounder scored a run in the third and he added a tworun double in a fiverun fourth The win kept the Astros one game ahead of the Chicago Cubs as the Cubs beat Cincin A dominating performance JESSIE New Braunfels junior Mike Hernandez does his best to keep the ground he gained Friday night against the Seguin Matadors Hernandez rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown in the game Unicorns beat 270 By Jason Chlapek Correspondent The New Braunfels Uni corns continued their dom ination over the Seguin Mat adors Friday rolling to a convincing 270 With a spectacular offen sive attack and a defensive effort that made the Mata dors ball carriers feel like they were actually fighting the the Unicorns easi ly handled their Highway 46 After the Coach Rick Rhoades emphasized the magnitude of this Every year is a war with these guys Our de fense is experienced and it showed They have been expected to carry us See Page 7A JESSIE Starting quarterback Michael Cantu engineered two first quarter scores and rushed for 85 yards before separating his shoulder just before the end of the first New Braunfeb Sequh 0 Seguin 00 0 N0 14 3 3 7 27 First quarter NB 1yd run Rust NB Huber 28yd pass from Cantu Rust Second quarter NB Rust 28yd field Third quarter NB Rust 32yd field Fourthquarter NB Werth 63yd punt return Rust First clowns Rushesyards Passing yards CompAttlnt PuntsAvg FumblesLost 13 31196 108 7170 00 7 38100 27 590 11 1055 Individual RUSHING 983 964 623 315 Seguin 1244 316 67 14 13 12 10 10 Salazar PASSING NB Cantu 38520 Seguin RECEIVING NB Kostan Seguin NEXT WEEK NevyBraunfels 21 hosts Kenville Kickoff is Sophomore quarterback steps up after Cantus injury By Wally Gullick Correspondent What began in August as a threehorse race to the finish in the Unicorns quar terback derby now stands at Taking center stage is sophomore Zack but in the eyes of Unicorns Coach Rick Rhoades hes standing tall after New Braunfels blanked Seguin 27 0 Friday Im really proud of Ive said all along that we began the season with three good quarterbacks and Zack proved it said after the sophomore was pressed into duty when starting quarterback Michael Can tu separated his right shoulder in the final minute of the first Grant the senior of the trio elected to quit the team after the first game of the He would have gotten the nod to just based on his but he made a decision he felt was right for said Cantu had engineered a 140 first quarter lead via both his legs and his He rushed for 85 yards and tossed a 27yard touchdown Rhodes was summoned for the final couple of plays in the first half and watched Trint Rust send the Unicorns into the intermission with his first of two field goals and a 170 At the Coach Rhoades came over and told me it was my I just want ed to perform for my I look up to these older said Rhodes who played without Taking the field with a 170 lead was a big He merely had to maintain the lead the team had built in the first 24 There was some nervousness and I just wanted to get us through the second The offensive line played great in front of me and I didnt want to let my teammates said ;

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