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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Canyon’s Kaitlyn Mollingshead  •    A A *    •    ► PREP VOLLEYBALL  Rangers win, up 3-2 m senes svhs  ARUNGTON(AP)  \iikc N<i(K)Ii hit a tit'l waking Kvo-rim doiilih' in the (‘ighth inning ag.iinst M.ir    zynski, and the  |c\,ts Rangers rallKYl trom a Kvo-run dotK It tf) lx'.Tt the St. 1 (»Ills Cardinals ■I 2 <^n \iond.n night and take a {-2 Wot Id Seru's h'ad.  Silo home runs In Mitch More-I.Mtd in th(' third and Adnan Reltre in the sixlli ott ( hris C'aqK'nter sparkwl the l('\as (omcbatk, Mit hael Young  fl<Rihle<l off l()ser iXtavio Dirtel k>ad-ing oft the eighth Darren Oliver got the win in relief of C ). Wilson, and Nettali R>liz tin-isht^d for his sixth vive ot the |X)sts('a-son, striking out AllK’rt f’tijoisas part of a douhl(‘ |)lav when Allen ( raig was caught stcMÎing second.  Colin I evvis starts (lame 6 for the RangC'rson VVednc'sday in St. louis. laime ( larcia starts for thc' Cards, After \bung's double*, Beltre struck  out and Nelson Cruz was intentionally Walked. Dote! relieved R/epc zynski and David Murphy rea( hed on an infield single to load the liases and Na(K)li doubled to dc‘(‘f) right field, making it 4-2.  Pujols drcAv three intt'nfional vvalks, inc luding <v pass w ith two outs and none on m the scvenfh. TIk' St. Louis slugger thc'n neady uschI his k^gs to ()ut his t('am ahead.  I’ujols was running hard on a 5-2  pit( h Matt Ik)llida\ hit for a singk' to left^enter, Pujols i huggi'd around the bags and third base’ coach lose Oc]uencio initially waved him home, only to put up a late stop sign VVould Pujols have Ixm'ii safe on shortstof) rivis Andrus' widethnAv to tfie platef Mivlx'. But if Ixh ame nx *i )f whc'n Canyon High graduate I ,im v Berkman w<is intentionalK walkc'd to load the* l)as(iS and David fri't've flied out .igainst AI<’m ( )gando.  PFOOTBALL  Friday tickets go on Dre-sale  ':¡!t ri'pfir’’    :  1II k<‘ts for f ridav night’s ( om.il { (Hititv high s( hool t g<im<‘s Will be on pK s,)l(> lod.n, VV(‘dn(‘sda\ l lmisdav .Hid f ridav.    '  New Braunfels  Ik kcts go on s.ilc todav | hit ilic New Brauntfls vs. V“U¡uii toot().ill g.tine siat-t <( i( It 50 p.m. [ rid.n .it Mil.xior St.uhiini in Seguin.  I lu' iK kct ( )tti( e v\ ill !)(' I n[M'it at the \BHS tic'ld  fu )U''( ‘  •    Ioda\ h ^ p rn. i  •    W(‘dii(">(l,i\ 8 a,m i !n IM )i III and I -\ [).rn,  •    rluirsd,i\ - 8 a.m, to ivonii ,ind I I p.m.    |  •    11ui.iv 8 a.m. to 1  |.) Ill  Canyon  I k kf'ts tor ( an\on s home j againsi Buda Hays g(t ( (It s,ij(' VV(‘dncsda\, All tic k f'ts ,if(‘ on s.ilc at thc‘ ( ougar i .XllitctK ( )tli( e troni 8 a.m. ¡ to I p.m. on Wc'dnesdav , and i iuirsd.iv, iind 8 a.m, to I p in on I tidav,    i  Smithson Valley  Presale lu kefs tor the I Sinitjison Valiev's 7: iO p.m.  I l)om<’( oming game* ; \ s I ( K khart go on sal<‘ | \\ I'dnc'sdav. Tic kt'ts ar(‘ | a'.ailai)l(‘ trom 8 a.m. to 4 p Ml on VVi'dnc'Sflas <it th(' f H'ld House': 8-11 a III .it thc f icid HoiisC“ on : .ind I I ;}() a.m. to I p.m. at till' ^mithson V.iil(‘\ ( afet('-ri.i on Thtirs(la\, and 8 l(i- ÎI) a.m. at thc Tie Id House and I I am. lo 12:50 |)m at the ( ,)t(’tf‘fia on f ri dax    !  Canyon Lake  Ilf kcts loi ( <in\on I likc-'s  7: iO p.m I rida\ home    ¡  game .ig.iiiist I red(*ri( ksburg    |  ,ii( .uailable Irom 8; 50 a.m.    '  to \ p.m. at thc ( .in\on    ;  I ake Athlc'tu ()tiicc, ,ind at    i  tlic ( .ifeteria from 1 I : U)    ! a.ni. to I : 50 p.m, loria\ through friday.  SCORES, PHOTOS  pmiiyKm We want your I ■ scores and  I ■ Wm photos, Emaif mUhhi tf^orn to sports® herald-zeitung.com  RANGERS COACH MARKS MILESTONE  tfi'r.iltf /eitijti'i ¡ihof;)  Smithsof! Valley High School football coach Larry Hilf walks near the sidelines during one ot his 200 wins  200 WINS  and counting for SVHS coach Larry Hi  •••  By Phil Owen  Sports coffespondent SPRING BRANCH  As th(‘ si'conds tickc'd (k)wn at the c'lid ot Smiftison Valiev's football game .igainst ( lemens Frid.iy night, an unusual exc itcvment w .is building .imongst the* fans and il.ivcTs on tlie visiting si(l(‘ ot Lehiv lott Stadium.  While the' Rangc‘r taithful I ®    tl’"'ill‘“<'l with  I B w tl'<'4 win ovc'r jiJyIlljllllg the Butt.do('s, somcHhing dc'eper r/tOBf    vviis afoot,  ommir On his sist An extended h,rthda\, the l ‘nh version of this |„.r.,tion ot the report can be    v.illov  found at    ,,    ,  herald-    K.mRcrs lo.ilh.ii!  zeilung.com    >'  Hill took over in  I *>*) 5 dc'liverc'd him his 20()th win .IS a Tc'x.is hc'ad football coach, making him just thc^ 70th coach to (ross tliat mik'stonc' in Texas high sc hool tO()fl)a|l history.  Perhaps the most rcnnarkablc^ thing about fhc‘ teat is not that Hill got to 200 wins, but how c^uickly he did it. He is in his 21 st season .IS a head coai h, and lias aver-ageci almost eight wins a year. In irigh schcK)l fcjotball whc*re f)layers aren't rec ruited, maintaining sue h a high-leve4 (irograni ior such an  The Rangers under Larry Hill  The Rangers have won 10 or more games for 12 of the last 14 years, They have had three state finals appearances, six state semifinals appearances, and eight district championships. The program has been the model of consistency, making playoff appearances in 15 of the last 17 seasons.  c'xte'ndc'd ¡e'riod is ditfk ult.  “That .1 I starte'd with my d.id, who was my hero ,ind mi'ntorand first hcvid (oach I e-ve'f knenv," Hill said'of his father, (ilenn Hill Sr. "I f(‘ aKvays said, M ae k ot pcTson-ne4 is not an ae ( e >tabl(' e'xc use for losing.' 1 think t lat's got te) be tru(‘ in high school tootball Ixx aust' you don't rc'ctuif the* classes that come* through your schex)!. You suit up whatc'ver players hap-|X‘n to enroll in any givc'n sc*ason."  Hill has livcKl out that phik»so()hy at Smithson Vall(*y.  "We wt'fe able to ac hic‘ve^ some tMdy success and then buiki on if, and some playe)ff success, the>n started having fk‘e|) playott runs. 1  think those' kids tli.it (.ime* into the* pnigrarn .liter th.it h.ul an c\pc( ta tion th.it tiuit's just how it's sup |)()se‘d to be. W''c‘\(' rewlK fi.iel .i w'hole gencr.ition ot pl.ive'is (ome through til.It don't know it (.in be anotlu'r w.iv,"  Hill t( K)k ()v<'r <11)r( )gram with an ov('rall re< ord of 4^> 120 sinc e' its inee'ption in P>7(). The K.ingers ne'vi'r had a winning season prior to Hill's arriv.ll in  Ihings turnc'el around Cjuieklv atte'r he took the helm. Smithson Valley wc'nt 8- i in just his see onel scMsoii and e-arned its first pl.iyotf ix'fth, Smithson Valk'y h.is not had a losing s(‘.ison sine e, winning 88 |K‘r( cMTt ot Its ganx's sine c' I ‘)‘)7.  The co.ieii ise|ene k to point out, h()W(‘ver, th.it the K.ingt'rs' sue-cc'ss isn't Ills alone. He points, in partie ular, te) his ( oae hing statt, whieh has lie'C'n iiil.u t for .ilmost his e*ntire‘ e .irt'er, ()t the ( oat hc's c urre'nfly on his st.itt, four ot thc'in have' bcH'ii with liim tor more- than 180 of his 200 wins.  "It is a little“ uiu omtort.il)le to sit here^ and t.ilk alxHit what I li.iv(' done whcMi it has be'e*n .i te.im ot ()e'ople tliat have bc'e’n .i p.irt ot this," hc‘ s.iid. "I think eit .ill the'se* coa( lies who are up here when I'm up hc*re'. Thc'y're grinding when I'm grinding. We>'v(' got playevrs wlio are- ni.iking it hii[>-[X‘11 on the' fi('kl."  From statt reports  Smithson Valley finished the' regular s(‘ason Monday with a2S-17,2'>^21,23-25, 2S-21 win over ( hurchill on S(‘nk)r Night.  I    he l adv Rangers i‘)-{ distru t, 2S I'» ove'rall) we're k'd by:  •    Nina Mofly-B.iiley — i :" kills, 2.S blexks, 17 digs,  I .H e,  •    Mae i(' Me Kay — 1 2 kills ,ind 5 t)loc ks,  •    Alii (irC)na - kills, 1 a< (' and 5 blocks  •    Alii Me'cki'l - 8 kills and 5 bkn ks.  •    Kimmy Tovar — 28 assists, 8 digs and 2 ac es.  •    [ mil\ Medi in — 17  assists,  •    Mc'ghan U('( ke'r — 24  digs.  •    1 auren Acuna 14 digs and I ae ('  Smithson Valle'v now w.iits to se(> It It is in sc'cond piai e alone or if it will be* tie’d with Alamo [[eights, whie h pkns H.iys tonight.  It tiu' 1 ,idv Wulc's win, Smithson Valk'v will play a one-m.it( h pla\ off with them f rid.n .if Blossom Ath-k'ti( Park in San Antonio,  II    I lavs w ins, th(' se>e ond |)laec I aek Range*rs will pla\ either Brennan or Ke'rrvilk' liw in thf' tirst round ot the*  [)l.1\()ttS.  OTB^ LL  Jags bounce Baltimore  JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)  .Mauric (‘ lone^ I )rew ran tor lO'i N.irds .ig.iinst the NH's b(‘st run (k'tf'nse, ]osh Seeilx'e ki( kenl tour tu'kl go.ils and fix' ki( ksoimlle l.igu.irs sna()|X‘d .i li\e game' slide with a 12 7 vi( lory ove'r the' B.iltimore' K.iv('ns on Mond.i\ night.  stepping into the* ivatkiiial spotlight tor one night, the' lagu.irs used tliC'ir Ix'st ck'fe-n-sivc ettort in tive yc'ars to slow down Ra\ Rice, loe Haceo and ( o.  l.u ksonville (2 'il didn't .illov\ a tirst (k)wn until the* t:2() mark ot the third (juarte'r, a mix ot stout (k'te'nse and iiK'j )! otte'iise, F Lie t o finally got the Kavc'ns (4-2) on the-S( orc'bo.ird with .i little nxirc' tii.in twe) minute's remaining.  Balfimtirt' had .i final ptis-sc'ssion, but Drc'w ( ok'man steppc'd in tront oHd Dkksejn .mil intc're cpte'd f lat co's p.iss.  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