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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Mississippi State beats No. 19 A&M  THE EXTRA POINT  New Braufnels’ BenStandley  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  NEW YORK (AP)  DfH' Rost S( or(x| 20 (loirits, itK lutling ,i big i-|M)int('r with {; I h to |)loy, .itid Mississi|)()i St.it(' IxMt No. 19 T(‘x«is AfViM f>() ofi Muirsilciy night in the S(>niiiin.ils of the 2K Sports ( l,issi( Ix'nvtitjng (o.K hes vs, ( ani cr.  Th(' Bulidogs ( M ) will pl.iy th(' winiu*r of the gcim(' Im'Iwchmi No. I S Ari/on.i iinfi St. |ohn's in Fridày night's ( h,ini|)ionship g.inir, Mississippi Si,île, whi( h started tiu' ganir by milking K) ot its litst I i shots from the field, s,iw a l>ig p()ition of a .12 point first-half le.vd disapp(Mr,  Naji f iibbi'fl's drive with to play brought Texas ASiM (2-1 ) within f)()-S2.  Bost hit a 3-p()inter 19 se<-onds later that start(id the Bulldogs' 9-4 run that got them bac k in control.  _    Brian Brvant had 12 points  jpNnSjQ for tbe Bulidogs anil freshman M I i|jjk Rodney Hooil added 10, his I    third double-figure effort in as  I ■ many games.  HkI    [ Iston Turner bad 1 i points  for Texas    and David  Loul)eau added 11. Mississippi State used 1 ^-0 run to take a 31-‘) k\id with 1();11 left in the first half. Ihe Bulldogs coulflh't keep uf) the torrid shooting  Bulldofis 69 AgqiM 60  and tb(' Aggies w('re al)le to dose within single digits twic e in the first (lalf, the last time oh a drive by lurner with 29 sec onds left that made it 4I-T2.  Mississippi St.vtr tinish(>(l the half 12 for 24, UK luding 1 of ir(tm \ point r,Mig(‘, and the Aggi(s, .liter starling i of 14 from llu' field, shot 42.9 per{ ent for the halt (12 of 2H).  Ih(‘ Bulldogs o[M'ned lh(‘ sen ond half on a 7 0 run to go up 4i^ ?2.  R'xas AiSiM was abk' to get wilhm eigfrt [M>ints hut Bost slart(‘d th«‘ d(H idmg run with his s(>( ond {-pointer ot the game,  I(>xas A^M W.1S without junior foavard Khris Middleton.  »  . ru«', „ lOîliRŸ  PICK 3 (11/17)  Day 4-8-6 Night 5-4-0 DAILY 4 (11/17)  Day 6-6-2-0 Night 3-0 4-5 SATURDAY LOTTO  Jackpot $23 million 7-16 17 27-29-30 (11/12) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot $24 million 14 15 19-31-32 52 (11/16) MEGA MILLIONS (11/IS) 2-16 72 29-50 MB: 27 Megaplier: 4  TEXAS TWO STEP (11/17)  15-26 29-32 BB 18 CASH FIVE (11/17)  6 7 17 32-33 POWERBALL (11/16)  13-22-25-39-51 PB: 28 Power Play; 2  7 p.m. today at Alamodome Tickets: $9  Smithson Valley meets Austin Lake Travis ’or the first time in tonight’s 4A area playof:  Crar le  By Chris Hoffman  ihe Herald Zeitung SPRING BRANCH  It's the high s( bool tootball showdown that has Imm'ii years in tlu* making. Smithson Valiev and Austin 1 <ike Iravis ar<' h\o ot the mosj suc(.('sslul tootball |)rogiams in U'x.is, and loi sonic strange rt'ason, thev'w iK'vei iiu't on the gridiron unlil tonight.  The Kang(“is í 10 11 t,uc the lour-time (leh'iuling stalv ( h.vm pion ( avs (1 1 O' 111 a ( l.iss TA, Division I are.i |)la\olt m.iU liuf) at 7 p.m. at tlie Alamodome.  ('o.u h larr\ I ill I post('d Ins 2()()th (areer win this stMson, and h(>'s rkint' )ust .ibout ever\-ihing \<)U tan in the lootliall arena e\ce|)l one: Winning a state {liampionsliip.  TIk' board ouKidt' the Ranger 1 leldhouse, wlnth is leterred to as "the eight goals" l>y ihe players, has trax ked Smithson Valiev's progress tliiouglioul the years, arul every notdi is lilled multi[)l(' times, <'\( e[)t lor state t hampionship.  rh(' Rcing('rs have lost m both their ai)pearaiues in llu' stat(' title game -- ,i 42-Vi overtinu' loss to Denton Rvan in 2001 and 27-24 to Soulhlak(' ( ai roll in 2004.  If Smithson Valh'y is going to add 20M to thal boaiii, they'll hav(‘ lo pla\ its Ix'si  Mattison  Mf'Intosti  game on both sides of the ball if thev're going to ujUMid the ( avs' "Drive tor f iv('."  lak(' Tr.ivis (IIO) has bi'coriK' a tootball |)( )werhotis(‘ ov(‘r the l.ist (k'cad(', and is ranked in th(' toj) 20 111 m.iin national [)olls, are in pursuit of an unpre( (“dented tilth (onse( u tiv(' ( tass 4A st.iU' ( hampi-onsliip.  Ih(' ( avs are () 1 -4 siiu (' 2007, and are oriK the third team iiiTex.is high sc h(K)l tootball history to win tour straight st.iU' lilies, ( elina w'on lour straight 2A titles trom 1998 to 2001. SeaK also won tour con-s('( iilive 5A titles trom 1994-97.  lo say the I akeIravisoftense under (oac h Hank ( arlt'r is ex|)losiv(‘ would be an undei-st.iteiiK'nt, as the ( avs are averaging ')S points per game, and hiive only allow('d 21 points or more twK (' this si'ason. I ake Iravis rout('(l Austin Mt(\illum ')K I’ last w('('k, storing just 90 s('( onds into tht' game via a 22-vard s( ret'n pass irom Bak-  ■ RELATED: Check out the fuH high school football playoff pairings online at  www.hera1d-zeitung.com   er Maylit'ld toVarshaun Nixon.  I ake Travis stored on all st'v-en of its tirst-hall possf'ssions, iiK luding tiv(' rushing lout h-downs (>n route lo a S I point lirst halt in last wt^'k's bi (listrit 1 playoff.  Smithson V<ill('y is t oming  oil a 4H-1 ^ rout ol San AnltMiio \U( ollum, whert' the ollr'iise ( ontinut'd to put u|) huge fioints.  (^B I’.irker Mt Kenzit' l('ads the Ranger tifleiise witli ton trol of th(* huddk*. I le's throvvn lor 1,812 yards (>n 10()-( )t 181 passing with 18 I Ds and oiiK lour INTs this stvison.  I lis favorite targets h.ivt' b(>en widt'ouls [ aston Mt Intosh ( U> tattht's lor ()()4 \ards, () IDs) and Baron Hill (2 5-492, 8 IDs), as both have btn onu' deep threats that hi'Ip keep the saft'lies out in t overage and not ft)t using in on the running game, whith is k*d by Mattistin.  Mattison has bet time Hill's lirst blue t hip prtispet t during his tenure at Smithson Valley, and has lived up to the hyj)e toming into this season.  The junior RB rushed for 1,747 yiirds on 2()4 tarrit's and  2() louthdouns altf'i t,ikmg ovi'r <is the "t'\ei\ down ' b,K k tor th(' Rangt'rs, I lis luTd v ision h.is be(‘ii [ihenomen.il, as he IS able lo e\[)l<»it the Iiiik'sI ()i holt's in an opposing ItMin s (lel(Mis(' lo his advanlagt'.  But 1 .ikt' li.ivis h.i^ plavcd ai>aiiisl one t)l the lop luniu'ts in th(‘ ^-l.ite in Mi'do's |on<ilh.in (iiav, who rusli('(l loi *(> 5 varrK .111(1 lour tou( hdovviis ag.iiiisi the miglllv ( avs detcnse, who slill won i)2 > > behind (^B Bak(M M.ivlieid 's K)8 wiitl, si\  11) pt'ilormani (',  (ii.iv, who h.is signed lo [il.iv lor lexas, vv.is naiiu-d ihe ISI’N RISI Mr. loolball USA nation ,il pl.uei ot the v(\ii lasi season, lias rushed lor 2,()70 vaids and ■1) 11 )s this season,  llie Rangt'rs w ill have lo plav kt't'p away Itorn Ihe Lake havis t)lt(Mise bv ulili/ing M, ill ¡son's running .ibilitv in a ball ( ontrol slyle olU'tist'.  rh.il wav Smithson Valiev limits th(' number ot ollensivt' possessions ol l ake Iravis, and liopt'lutiv wins iht' time til |)os st'ssion to keep tlit' ( avs out ol the end /one.  Tht* vvinnt'r w ill plav the winner ot the (iregt)rv-Portland/'Corpus ('hrisii Hour Bluff game in live rc'gional round of flu* plavolls.  ► HOUSION ASTROS  MLB  approves Astros sale to Crane  HOUSTON (AP)  Mew Astros ovviit-r |im ( rane is promising pleiilv t>l ( hanges in addition to the ( Itib's mo\(‘ to the Amer-it an I (Mgue  Bast'b.rII ovvneis u n a n i in o u s 1 v a[)[)rov(‘(| the long d(4aved sale ol the l(Mm trom 1 >r,iv Ion M( I ,iii(' lo ( r,ine on nuiisdav. .1 Irans.K lion til,it ie(|iiirt's the Iraiu liise to move Irom tiu' NI ( entrai to the Al West 111 201 5.  As p,irl ol the Aslios' agreement to svvilt h k'agnes iht' s,ilt' pntc was t ut Irom $()80 million to S()l million, a person <il the owners tiieetings in Milw,iukee tiild Hk' Asso( kiUmI  I’ress  ( r.ine said at a l.ilt' allernoon news ( onieriMire ,i; Minnie Maid t’ark that llie lefiorted morie\ totals were "laiiK ai uirale.' He said the Irans.K ti()i) will be tompleled on luesilav.  "V\(''re lo( used on bringing a win lU'i b.u k to Houston." ( r.rne said "W'e've gol a lot ol pl.ins."  M( 1 aiK', »^('iier.il man.iger Id Wade and [itesidenl ol b.is(>ball opt'ralions i.il Smith did not iittend Cranes ik'Vvs ( oiiK'reru e, and ( rane said he's |.)lanning stall tbangt's attt'r Ih.inksgivini;,  ( lane tm^in.iHv v\.inled iht' Astros to Slav in tlie Nation.il 1 (‘ague, where iht' iianthise has (ompdt'd sinte Its intt'plioii 111 l‘H>2. But Major l eague Bas('ball s.iw an op|)ortuni tv to l)alaiu(' the k'agu('s, putting 1 3 t(‘.ims 111 (Mth, and lorted ( rane : .ind Ins nt'vv leam lo take tht' deal, i The Aslios will b(> the first U'am to I svvil( h liMgut's siiK (‘ Milwaukee ; moved lo llu' National ItMgue attt'r I tht' 1997 s(’ason. Houston's movi'  I drew t rilit ism Irom Ians on Itit al i radio ( all-in shows.  I 1 he Aslros joined the majoi I It'agut's as the (oil .4Ss. Thev ! t hanged then namt“ three vt'.irs lat-I er to luinoi the t itv's < onnet tion to I NASA and align with tht' It'arii's move into the AsliotkiiiK', Sirite 2000, I ktuston has playtHi in Minute Ml id Park in tiowrilovvn 1 louston.  Turner, Flanagan lead Canyon to win at SAISD tournament  tiütiT stall reports SAN ANTONIO  Chamay«) lumer s( (iit'd 2S points .md Kelsev Hanagiin finisht'd with l(> to k'.itl ( anyon It) a 7'î-.7() rout over San Anlonit) Ftlison in the SAISD loumaiiK'iil.  Abby Dunkiii and l.itkie S( liaake t'at b linisht'd with seven |)oints lor ihe ('t)ugart'ttes.  ( ariyon plays San Antonio Stevt'iis at I : U) p.m. todav at tl«' AlaiiK ) ( < vnvtx alion ( entt'i.  SA Johnson 69, SVHS 48  Senior Shaina lanks and Allyssia Hodge had I I pt)inls in Smithst)ii Valley's ()9-48 loss fo San Anlonit) kihnsoii in tl»' first rt)und of the SAISI) girls bàskt'iball ttnima-ment tin Thursdav.  PyjH'i Dunavin had eight relxiunds kir the I .itiy R.ingers (2-(i), wIk) are bat k tin the ( ourt today at h [>.m.  Ihe o[)poneiit is to bt' determined.  COLLEGE FOOTBALL  Former Ranger RB named honorable mention at Incarnate Word  SAN ANTONIO — f tinner Smithst)n Vat-k'y running bat k Trent Rit)s was nametl an hontirabk' mention selet lion tin offense lt)r the Dniversity of the hit arnate Word on I hurst lav'.  Rios, a junkir t.iilbat k, gained 731 yartls tin 19() t arries and 10 Itiuchdtnvns for the ( ardinals this season.  Ibis is the stH tind straighf year for Rios to bt* voteti among the best in the ct)nierc>nt;e. GC ton Monday.  Photo subniitted  Unicorns take 2nd at Seguin golf tourney  The New Bratinfels hoys golf team ol Chris Finfalt, Jacob Mendez, Mason Douglas, Colton Kotylo and  For breaking news, sports scores, weather, trattic and niid-day ii|>dates, follow lis on T^witter <3>NevvBraunfelsHZ  Learn what's in tomorrow's paper,  offer tiews tips, receive alerts Become a New Biaiirifels Herald-  Receive the Herald-Zeitung e newsletter in your e mail box each (Tiorriinq herald /eitung coni. Click 'Hetald-Zeitung Mailing Ust'   

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