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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas September 2005 HERALDZEITUNO Page 0A RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 8A SV blitzes Temple again Rangers All in we played pretty said who got 116 rushing yards from Trent Rios and 150 passing yards from junior quarterback Bryan his Offensively we did a good job initially and defen sively we prevented the big play with the exception of the one long I think when we got that big lead early it made things difficult on Monsen had stressed that Temple couldnt make any major mistakes if it was going to have a shot to upset Smith son but the Wildcats made a crucial error almost right On third down and 7 yards to go from Temples 23yard line two plays into the Wildcats junior quarterback Terrell Jackson flicked an errant option pitch that fell to the and Ranger back Aaron Hernandez easily scooped it up and ran in for a 12yard touchdown with only 51 seconds Temple did block the extrapoint But on the fifth play of the ensuing Jacksons underthrown pass to the left side was intercepted by safety Reagan Moczygemba at mid field and returned to the The Rangers marched to the 1 before Hill passed to Chris Brehm in the right flat for the touchdown that made it 120 at the Temple failed to capitalize on Wrights 54yard kickoff then Cody Beyers 51 yard gain off Hills long fade pass set up Hills diving dash to the leftfront corner of the end zone for a 5yard score and a 190 game with left in the first On the first play of the sec ond period Wright couldnt haul in a Jackson bomb that SMITHSON VALLEY ttMPLtft Valley 19 7 0 1440 Temple 0 0 6 0 6 SV Aaron Hernandez 12 fumble return kick blocked SV Chris Brehm 1 pass from Bryan Hill pass failed SV Hill 5 run David Sweet kick SV Cody Beyer 19 pass from Hill Sweet kick Tern Davlon Wright 98 run kick failed SV Safety Wright tackled in end zone SV Trent Rios 30 run kick failed SV Sean Hall 1 run pass failed Item SV Temple First downs 15 10 Rushesyards 38181 35142 Passing yards 150 35 Total yards231 177 13260 6161 Puntsaverage 236 Fumbleslost 33 43 Penaltiesyards 425 425 District 274A All District Canyon 30 00 LakeTrayis 20 00 Burnet 21 00 Marble Falls 11 00 Dripping Springs 11 00 Naw BraunfeU 03 00 Last waaks games Pflugerville Cpnnally NB 14 Canyon Seguin 10 Burnet Liberty Hill 34 Wimberley 21 LakeTrayis 7 Open Marble Falls RUSHING SmHhton Valley Rios 20116 Hall Clay Fuller Hill Cody McKinney Randy Brown Tompto Wright Adrian HeavesBrown Terrell Jackson Rashad Jackson Casey Mikes Laquintin Idlebird 4 Ross Pospisil Charles Pomroy PASSING SmMiton Valley Hill Beyer 0100 Temple T Jackson Mikes RECEIVING Smithson Valley Beyer Fuller Brehm 36 Temple Wright Kelvin Nealy 1 could have gone for an 80 yard then Hill fired a 19yard scoring strike to Beyer on the right side of the end zone to push it to 26 Early in the second half Hill was stopped at the goal line on a thirddown and Schneider recovered his fum ble at the Wright then got the Wildcats going went he burst off right tackle and ran past everybody for the 98yard TD that gave Temple some trailing 266 with 19 minutes to Wright was swarmed in the end zone for a safety three minutes into the final and sophomore Rios used a nifty spin move for a 30yard touchdown dash a minute later before Sean Hall capped the scoring on a 1yard rumble with This weeks games LakeTravis Austin Anderson 13 Seguin New Braunfels 21 Canyon McCallum 9 Burnet Fredericksburg 6 Dripping Springs Bandera 24 Marble Falls CP Vista Ridge 20 Next weeks schedule Open Canyon Falls at Austin Crockett Springs at McCallum NB at Austin Bowie Lockhart at LakeTrayis San Marcos at Burnet Djstrict265A All Smithson Valley 30 00 SA MacArthur 20 04 SA Reagan 20 00 Converse Judson 21 00 SA Lee 11 00 SA Madison 11 00 SA Roosevelt 12 00 SAChurchjII 02 Last weeks games Smithson valley PflugejyilJe 2J Copperas Cove Judson 19 UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 8A NB falls to Matadors by3 Braunfels the Unicorns started sliding back into their firsthalf Matas pick was converted to six points by Calvin whose scoring pass was fol lowed by a failed twopoint New Braunfels 03 couldnt move the ball and punted with From its Seguin went up converting on Isaiah Sneeds 21yard screen pass and Ray Medranos 36yard Then came the biggie a pass interference call against Travis Kostan on Caad setting up the Mats on the New Braunfels Ramos took it in from and his conversion pass to Moses Barnett was good for a 2421 lead with to Flags were the order of the night Seguin was penal ized seven times for 50 yards ryiacArthur 18 Schertz Clemens Roosevelt 3 Reagan 17 SAWarren 14 Lee SA Southwest this weeks games Madison Smithson ValTey Temple 6 Judson PJugeryiHe 13 Roosevelt SA Holmes Lee 20 RR Sat Open Reagan Next weeks schedule Open SVL Boerne SA Jay at Reagan Lee at Seguin Madison at SA OConnor CONTINUED FROM Page 8A Wilke runs wild for Canyon over on its next possession when Kunz was hit in the back as he threw and the ball landed in the hands of McCal lums Tearson got McCallum on the board when his 25yard field goal gave his team a 30 with 37 seconds left to play in the first The second half was back and forth until Wilkes 13yard run put Canyon up On the Wilkes momentum was initially but he kept hi feet moving and broke a tackle before crossing the goal Wilke put the game away in the fourth quarter when he and New Braunfels had five 15yarders three of them personal fouls for 120 The Matadors allowed New Braunfels one conversion on a but Rhodes was sacked by Mike Castillo as time ran No question about we got some penalties in critical Caniford Everytime we looked around there was a yellow rag on the But when its a rivalry like you expect the kids to be more fueled You will see a lot of but not to this While New Braunfels coaches thought they were ripped off by the late penal ty against Seguins bench was more than a little concerned about the con stant stops by the timekeep er to adjust the In the Carson it didnt much They got and we got he Ive operated clocks that dont And Im not saying that was what happened took the ball up the middle and ran away from the McCal lum defense for an 80yard Chase is just a workhorse every Davis He just keeps hitting in there and hitting in there and then final ly breaks Penalties played a major part in the Canyon The Cougars were not flagged while McCallum was flaggged 12 times for 97 We worked real hard on keeping composure and stay ing away from stupid penal and I think our kids did a real good job of that Davis The word for this next weeks practice will be Davis Im hoping were just a confident football team and not a cocky but I think our kids learned the dif ference in that if Seguin 3 7 0 14M NB 0 0 14 7 J1 10 run W f S Ray MwfrtnoW run KM ThM NB Levl M BiM ftbrtl Rhodes OiflagM 401 NB pMtfrom I Rhodes SCalvin Caad 22 psM from CaM Ramos pan S Ramos 4 run Mnriett t pass from First downs 14 3840 2SM Passing 208 107 Total yards 277 202 Passes CAI 132M 13291 MM Fumbleslost 11 2O 750 12120 Isaiah 2177 Ray Medrano 110 Caleb Ramos 1020 Devln Sapenttf 1 Hartwlck 1 Team 1 Mm Jeremy Erben 1330 Rhodes 1265 r PASSING toajuln Ramot 1 Hartwick 23011 Mate BrMinMK Rhodes 13191 107 RECEIVINGSeguin Sapentst 25 Medrano 395 Caad 558 SnMd 229 New Braunfels DanM 14 Kurtis Kostan 21 Sean RtcfceBa 14 Radla 419 Josh Smith 227 Uvi Blakeman 132 Sammy Anderson 10 CANYON MCCALLUM 9 Canyon 0 0 6 814 McCallum 0 3 0 69 Second quMtw MC PaulTearson 25 FG Third quarter C Chase Wllke 13 run run failed Fourth quarMr C Wilke 80 run Cameron pass from Kunz MC Henderson 5 run pass failed lawn statMtos C IMC First downs 11 10 6193 41178 Passing 68 73 Total yards 261 251 Passes CAI 5130 7210 Fumbleslost 22 04 00 1197 ImHvkhtrt amlatlea RUSHING Canyon Wilke 30 174 Kunz 411 Jenis Springfield 18 Cameron Henk 10 MeCaAum Lucious Henderson 25107 Jerald Taylor 1345 Karl Stewart 29 Demetrius Moales 211 Andre Banks PASSING Canyon Kunz 513 McCallum Henderson 721 RECEIVING Canyon Bernte 1 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