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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 lil/IC IfAUlCS lUl  lang  ALAMO HEIGHTS AT SMITHSON VALLEY  Today at 7:20 p.m.  Cost $7 KEY MATCHUP; SVKS RB Lawrence Mattison vs. Alamo Heights D Mattison is a scoring machine, and has shredded opposing defenses by using his blend of strength The Mules will have a hard time holding Mattison in check, but if they do, QB Parker McKenzie has the arm to make them pay.  1710 uai  By CMt Hoffman  The Herald-Zeituhg SPRING BRANCH  Can anyone stop the Smithson Valley Rangers?  So far this season, the answer has bef'n no.  Junior RB Lawrence Mattison has been the offensive t atalyst, as he's rushed tor 816 yards anfl 1 ] IDs, including thrtH' s(ores in last W(H‘k's 41-0 rout of Kyle Lehman.  Senior Parker Me K(>nzie has been stellar, throwing for l,Of)i yards and 9 IDs to help lead the Rangers l)alan( I'd attac k.  But It is the Smithson Valley  Á A    A  9uprcma^}r  NBHS  Cofitinued from page 6A  Brown, Armstrong has taken an even bigger learler-ship role as the Stei'le signal (.ilk'r.  rhe Nebraska-sign('(‘ has Ikh oine an even mort’ t on-tident and ellu ient })asser — U) ()!-()() tor 7 V) vards,  12 IDs, 0 INTs —as( an-iford l)eli('ves th(> 201 1 Kniglits are more dangers th.Hi List ve.ir's state ( ham-pionsliip s(|u,uL "When you have a tal-  SHOWDOWN  Coiitinued from page 6A  ( anyon l_ake f ligh St hool.  Th.it tradition continues tonight when senior RB /adi f i(‘nshaw gets to try to lead ( anvofi Lake to its first win ov('r their drt'aded riv.ils  He US haw has l)een unstoppable so far this season, as he's rush('d for 1,2*)") vards and I 7 IDs ag.iinst top programs like S(mI\ and Blanco.  And it's no state secret that I Unishaw is going to get tlic ball ()tU‘n, and it is Winil)erle\'s )ob to stof) him.  "lust iikc'cvtvry grevit running b.ick from high s( hiM)l to the pros, you know that  defense that is starting to hif hc>me runs f{)r the Rang(‘rs in their c|u(‘st for a second straight District 27-4A c hampionshi().  I ast week ag.iinst Lehman, the' Ranger I) hc'ld the lobos to only I(K) total yards and riv.il ( anyon to 149 tot.il yards to o[)en district pLiy.  f3ef('nsive ba( ks A.iron I’otter and Ry.iii (irittith h.ive <ombined lor six interc c'ptions and ( ountlcss l)att(‘d brills to loll ()|)p()singofli'ns es.  Tonight, Smithson V.illey (0-0, 2 0) and Its del(His(* battle tor the toj) spot in the 27-4A slandings agamsl Alamo t leights in <i battle ot  unbeatens at Ranger Stadium;  The Mules ('>-2, i-0) are coming off a 14-0 fic’fensive slugfest ag.iinst Í anyon, where (.^B Dub Yarborough showed how efft'ctive he was with the game on the lin('.  Yirborough enginc'ered a ninc*-pl.iy, 9i)-y.irrl g.inK' vvinning scoring driv(' in the third (iuartC‘r fh.it saw itre s|)eed quartt'rb.K k run for ?2 y.irds, [lass for ()4 yards, in( ludirig ,1 I {-yard lou( hdown strik(‘ to c.ip  oil the drive.  Alamo I leighls defense rjid th(> rest, as thc>y limit(‘d ( .inyon's |K)tent rushing att.u k to only V>2 yarfis .ind onf> tou( hd(»wii  But the Mules haven't faced a running bac k like Mattison yet this  season.  Mattison's combination of strength and speed is something that most teams can't simulate in prat tice, so thc>y try' to learn on the fly (luring the course of th(' game By that time, most teams art' down two or more tcju( hdowns and Mattison and McKenzit’ are [)i( king apart th(‘ o|)fW)sing defense's en route to another vic tory.  look for more in the same tonight, as M.ittison g(K‘s ov('r 100 yards and double digit toU( hdowns.  (*nted filayer like Malcolm Brown, [)layers tend to use them as a crut( h and watch that guy make something happen," he said. "This year, you have' a burii h of guys who are a lc)t more sc'asoned and most have state c hampionshi[) ex[>e-rience, whic h is somc'thing you ( an't tea( h or repli* c ate. rhey have a lot of wea[)ons to hurt you."  Among those w('a|)ons are running backs Justin Stockton (72-f)(>}, 7 TDs), Iordan Sterns ( i2-i28, 4 TDs) and Armstrong (42-  they'ri' going to get the ball and that running ba( k still gc‘ts his yards," Monzingo said, "fie's a total ft'am player and he's always tough to stop."  In last season's i8-L8 loss to Wimberley, Henshaw got his yards (IM vards), !)ut he* was k('pt out tnc' t'nd zone' by the* Texans' defense, which proved to be the' kc'y to Wimbe>rley's win.  This year, Henshaw has what he didn't have last sc'ason — a proven c]uarte*r-bac k and a stellar ofte'nsive line whic h should give the e'dge to the' Hawks.  lunior Branson Belcher has bc'en ve'ry effic ic'nt on offense', as he' wc'nt 4-lor-lO tor 99 yards, including a f)2-yard touchdown pass to  42 1, 2 IDs) lliat have he'lf)ed make* the loss ot Brown evasie'r to take'.  ()n ofte'fTSC', ( .iititofd h.is the' luxury ot flirovving two (|uarterba( ks <rt Ste'e'Te ih.tt pose their own m»il( liii|) problems.  lunior Wi'ston King is more ot poc ket passe*r. but has the' le'gs to run .ivvay from the pass rush to e'xtend plays.  Senior Ril('\ (Iranif't liauer, who saw at tion lor the first lime ihis se'.ison in List w('('k's win over S,in Marcos, is a run tirst (|u.ir-  Matt Mignc'ss in List week's 4 1 -2() road vk lor\ over Navarrt),  But to be' the best vou have to beat the* best Anti VVimberlt'y is siiH the be'st.  Senior BratK I ambc'ri is a dual-theat (|uat1erb,u k who It'atls <1 we'll b.ilan< ('d otfensc' throw ing loi 1S yards per g.iine and live touchdowns v\ith no inh'r-< e'ptions, while rushing lor 1 f)8 y.irds ,ind two s( ores.  But whc're VVtmberl(*\ hurts \()U is on s[)c( lal te.ims.  L.ist ve'ar, llu' h'x.ins s(orc'tl twit e on spci lal teams — a ‘''i \.ird ptinl re'turn anti a (>() vard kn k-oft return that wt'rt' momentum killer's lot ihe Hawks, who nc'ver recov-  It'rbat k lhat li.is d<'( eptiv(' s|)('('d that tan g(*t up lu'ld in .1 huri\ t>r ( an make .i thrtiw oil the' run.  Both should s(M‘ time ag.iinst the Knights de'jiend ing on ihe situ.ilional need ot tht' N('w Braunt('ls ( t)a( hing statt.  It Nev\ Brauntels is going lo kno< k oil tlie defe'nding st.ite' ( hampions and lav ( l.iim l<t Its sli.ue* ot tii(' 1 ))s|ri( I 2 VSA ( rown, llu' I jni(orns will h.ive' to ke't* ) the ball out ot tlu' h.int s ol Xrinsliong <ind his (*\plo-si\(' ottense.  en'tl.  "Agamsl VVirnberle'S, \i )u ( .111 sii ( )i) the run or p.iss.  I ambeil ( .in kill \ou with Ills l(>gs ot his arm, so v\e ii.ivc* lo be reatK tor .iin thing, ' Won/mgo said.  ' VV(' (.ml give up the big pl.u . V\ e h.ive to mak(' them work lor eve'r\ \aid tht'v get."  With the ( itnvon I akt' ( .im|)iis b.iilii'tl 111 a pla\oil t\p(' euphoria, Mon/ingo s.iid th.it ([ rid.iv) is going !o be .1 spec ial night tor ev('r\'one.  "We re happ\ t< > be* pla\ -ing (W'lniberle\'i .it our house, ' he said. "1 Ihink win (tf lose*, (’veryoiK* is '^omg lo remembt'i tins g.ime tor a long time."  JOIN OUR SAIL-AWAY PARTY!  Aboard the new Carnival Magic.  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AM 7,03 PM 8,34 PM 9 48 AM 7 34 AM 7 02 PM 9 18 PM 10 42 AM 7 35 AM 7 01 PM 10:07 PM 11 34 AM  Pollen Counts  Grass    16 Moderate  Mold    5605, High  Tree    4, Low  Weeds    10, Moderate  Pollen counts courtesy ot , „ Cenlral Tox is Alleruy and  Nov 10  New Ot t 26  Forecast Map  Port Aransas  Today Tomorrow Sunday  Today  Galveston  Tomorrow Sunday  82/73 84 76 85 Today's Wind Eat 5 to 15  80 68" 82 ,'72" 84V 74“  Today s Wind Eat5io15  -r j T j    . *. o j o j . 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