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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas JPage 8A October 2005 RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A SV playing hard despite injuries We just plan lo put our best foot forward and continue to do what we have to he After a 1410 districtopening loss to the Rangers have won two down 1 ing Converse Judson and Mac iin two emotional You have to be careful in this Hill refer ring to how 265A teams must stay emotionally ready each This weeks game isnt any more important than the one you played last Reagan 21 has never beaten Smithson Valley since its opening in the Rattlers had plenty of bite in its 265A opening win over MacArthur 2220 and in a los ing effort two weeks ago against Madison Theyre anotlicr team thats 21 and has played Hill In this district you just hop from one fire and into the next But were real impressed with their their coaching staff and what theyve Smithson Reagan and Judson are tied behind Madi which holds game lead following its 2913 victory over Lee Thursday A Rangers win inches them clos er to the who will play at Smithson Valley Tossing out injuries as an Smithson Valley hasnt the kind of consis tency Hill would like to But things being as they its a saying theyre still in the thick of the Last week we made plays at the beginning and hung on to win and the week before we made plays at the end to coach Theres a lot of ways to Id just love to have a game where we can put ft all SMITHSON VALLEY 51 ATS A REAGAN 42 7 Comalandtr Stadhim Radio KNBTFM Tlctota at gate Last yew Smithson Valley Rea gan 13 Getting there Take Texas 46 west to US 281 Go past Loop 1604 to the Bitters Road Take a The stadium Is at the corner of JonesMalts berger and ABOUTTHE RANGERS District 285A record 21 Coach Larry Hill 12438 In 13th season at Smithson Valley 13349 In 15th season overall Last week Smithson Valley MacArthur 21 Offense ltormatlon Defense 43 Top players QB Bryan Hill WR Cody Beyer WR Clay Fuller RB Trent Rios CB Andrew Sendejo K David Sweet ABOUT THE RATTLERS Coach David Wetzel 790 in sec ond season at school 5335 in ninth year overall Last week Reagan Lee 0 Offense Multiple Defense 43 Top players RB Marcus Wright QB Greg Jones GAME OUTLOOK Smithson Valley Hit hard by the Rangers will be playing in yet another competitive They held off a determined Mac team last week as Rios and Cody McKinney each rushed for 100 yards and Andrew Sendejo and Aaron Hernandez nabbed Reagan The Rattlers are a win away from trying a seasonhigh for vic They had over 400 yards offense in pasting the Volunteers last with Wright rushing for 140 yards and four TDs on only 16 The defense forced six District All District SA Madison 61 JW Smithson Valley 51 SA Reagan 21 SA MacArthur 52 Converse Judson 43 SAChurchin 34 SA Roosevelt 34 SA Lee 16 Last weeks games Smithson Vajjey 21 Reagan Lee 0 22 22 22 64 Madison Churchill 10 Judson Roosevelt 8 This weeks games Madison Lee J3 MacArthur Roosevelt 7 Churchill Judson0 Smithson Valley at Reagan COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A suffers first i loss of season 11 y momentum and scored on ijsjirst driving ball 77 Reesing clapped the drive when he took the ball into the end Zone on a keeper from two yards out with left in third Canyon would fail to Answer that and once again Lake Travis was able move the ball through the and exploited Canyons We are not fast enough jsjto manup against their Davis We ftried a few times and got i I dont know how lyou defend that unless you igot better but I i wouldnt trade our kids for any of Canyon had problems passing the ball but twice the Cougars wouldbe touch I dont know what hap Davis Those were balls weve been catch Ing all year These are and kids are going to make It The lone bright spot for the Cougars was the play of Chase Wilke who had his fifth 100yard game of the totaling 111 yards on 23 carries and one What can you we had some opportunities that didnt pan Davis On the other they took advantage of every one of them they In the locker room after the Davis spoke to the team about regrouping and regaining focus for the final leg of the We got to learn from our Davis Weve got three more ball games to We can worry about this one and let it hang over our or we forget about it and go LAKE TRAVIS CANYON 14 Canyon 77 0 L Travis 0 14 7 14 35 First quarter C Cameron Henk 1 pass from Kunz Reece Zunker Second quarter LT Fred Robinson 6 pass from Todd Reesing David White C Chase Wilke 1 run Zunker LT Robinson 6 pass from Todd Reesing White Third quarter LT Reesing 2 run White Fourth quarter LT Austin Wrinkle 38 pass from Todd Reesing White LT Robinson 70 pass from Todd Reesing White Team Statistics LT Can First downs 21 9 68 184 27358 1313 Total yards 426 197 Passes 25270 147 244 Fumbleslost 20 00 535 212 Individual statistics RUSHING Travis Reesing 1949 Joshua Joseph 619 Canyon Wilke 23111 Kunz 1083 Jerris Springfield 13 Joel Hernandez PASSING Lake Travis Reesing Canyon Kunz RECIEVING Lake Travis Robinson 11183 Hunter Armstrong 574 Austin Wrinkle 363 Andrew Nell 214 Dan Frey 210 Joshua Joseph 23 Jason Bird Canyon Cameron Henk Adrian Hilburn Canyon will try to stay in the chase for the district title next week when it goes on tht1 road to play Dripping UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A NB gets second win over the season 22 first downs on only 52 plays from New Braunfels allowed the Mustangs 02 just 161 total including only 49 on the ground in 34 rushing Marble Falls was led by full back Lasaro Flores 63 yards on 11 but the bulk of that yardage came on one 34 yard run in the third Hauss hit on just five of his 15 passes for 70 yards including a 43yard hookup to Matt Jay on the games first play and was intercepted Marble Falls lone touchdown came on a 27 yard reverse pass from reserve quarterback Jason Hendrix to Michael Grouse late in the first half that cut the Unicorns advantage to seven points going into half We had some momentum with our touchdown there at the end of the first and we thought we could keep it and get on top of those guys in the third quarter but it did nt work out that Marble Falls head football coach District 274A All District Lake Travis 70 20 Canyon 61 11 Burnet 11 NIW MAUNF1L8 MAMLI FALLS 7 NB 0 14 30 7 51 MF 07 ft 0 7 43 11 New Braunfoli 25 11 Marble Falls 34 02 tart New Braunfels 16 Canyon Burnet 28 Falls 6 Tnli gumtt New Braunfels Marble Falls 7 Lake Travis Canyon 14 Dripping Springs Burnet 20 Next weeks Burnet at New Braunfels Canyon at Dripping Springs Marble Falls at Lake Travis 28 games New Braunfels at Springs Marble Falls at Canyon Lake Travis at Burnet Cord Woerner We have had a hard time blocking and tackling in the past two and it is hard to win or even stay close when that is the New Braunfels will take on Burnet next week for home while Marble Falls must square off at Lake NB Daniel Cardenas 4 run Jacob NB Jeremy Erben 1 run Gallegos MF Michael Crouae 27 pass from Jason Hendrix Grouse Third quarter NB Brooks Redle 99 klckoff return Qallegos NB Safety Joseph Hauss tackled In end NB Kurtls Kostan 61 pass from Zach Rhodes Gallegos NB Erben 2 run Qallegos NB Cardenas 3 run Gallegos Fourth quarter NB Erben 9 run Qallegos TMMH StMtetlee MB MF First Downs 22 11 Rushesyds 34203 3449 Passing yds 199 112 Total yards 402 161 Passes 10180 8203 Punts 442 422 Fumbleslost 10 11 Individual MUSHtNQ New Braunfele Jeremy Erben 1195 Cardenas 1174 Zach Rhodes 842 Qustavo Robledo 21 Derek Quent Marble Falls Lasaro Flores 1163 Trey Keasler 210 Sammy Aguilar 44 Michael Crouse 1 1Teddy Gray Joseph Hauss 14 MUMMNO New Braunfali Zach Rhodes 10180199 Marble Hauss 515270 Hendrix 351 RECEIVING New Braunfels Kurtls Kostan 4110 Spencer Jergens 342 Jeremy Erben 122 Josh Smth 1 13 Dustin Kraft 112 Marble Falls Matt Jay 143 Crouse 334 Hendrix 2 20 Keasler 113 Derek Boyd AP TOP 10 RESULTS Hares how the teams ranktd In The Associated Press high school football poll fared for games 1215 Class SA Southlake Cairoll 70 beat Denton Ryan Longvlew 80 beat Spring Westfleld 50 beat Humble Lufkln 60 beat 42 Euless Trinity 70 beat Hurst Katy 50 Katy 2 Abilene 70 beat Copperas Cove 70 beat Dallas Carter 60 at Dallas 2 Schertz Clemens 70 beat SA Class 4A La Marque 50 Dallas Highland Park 70 beat Stephenville 70 beat Brenham 50 Frenship 61 lost to Marshall 61 61 beat Austin Lake Travis 70 boat Ennls 61 beat Kilgore 61 VOLLEY CONTINUED FROM Page 7A SV gets huge win over 5 Rattlers the I dont know if tonight did it or Gombert Were two ahead of MacArthur but we beat them twice akeady so we hold the tiebreaker When we started the our goal was to win 10 games in dis Were two away but were not counting anything Lee is a very good defen sive team and they played us tough the first So well celebrate the win tonight and then focus on beating Lee Canyon clinches playoff berth DRIPPING SPRINGS Canyon wrapped up a playoff spot Friday with a victory at Dripping The win improved the Cougarettes to 2510 overall and 91 in District just a halfgame behind New Dripping 1714 fell to 55 in dis Chelsea Zunker had 12 kills and two aces for the who got 31 assists and five aces by Kirby Krueger eight kills by Danielle Mittelstadt blocks by Brandie DeBacker and another block by Lexie Nikki Kruse had 11 digs and Lacey Shedrock added 10 for which finishes out the regular season at Marble Falls on Tuesday and at Bur net next New Braunfels rolls again MARBLE FALLS The Unicorns thrashed Marble Falls 2519 Fri day Amy Huddleston had nine kills and three blocks and Chelsie Fowler added eight kills and five aces for New Braunfels 237 overall and 101 in Lacy Redwine had seven blocks and 15 digs Taylor Jonas had sev en two blocks and 13 digs and Samantha Lingam felter finished with 10 Rachel Brown totaled 25 Marble Falls fell to 1514 overall and The who have also already clinched a playoff will play its final regu larseason game at home at 7 Tuesday against mm i NO INTEREST 12 MONTHS Minimum purchase of with no down Finance charges will be shown on contract but will 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