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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Saturday, November 26, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9ACOUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 8AWilke back in form for Canyon the second half. After losing three yards on first down, Wilke broke three tackles and burst 79 yards to the Edcouch-Elsa 4. Three plays later, he went nine yards to put the Cougars ahead 21-10. Wilke, a junior, finished with 180 yards rushing on 23 carries. “This offensive line is all seniors and that’s nice to have,” said Davis of center Erie Ralph, guards Joseph Ward and Jeff Ewing, and tackles Regan Morrison and Matt Davidson. “They understand the game and we can do a lot of things with them.” With the offensive line helping to control the clock and the defense controlling Edcouch-Elsa, Canyon was able to secure its fifth trip to the regional finals (the 1993, 1995, 1998 and 2003 teams also advanced that far) and first with second-year coach Davis at the helm. The team’s 12 wins tied the 1993 team for the best record in school history. Next up is traditional Class 4A power Calallen, which defeated Austin McCallum, 13-10, earlier in the day. “I have not looked at any film on them,” said Davis of next week’s opponent. “But I am well aware of their history, and coach (Phil) Danaher always has a quality team.”HORNS CANYON 38, EDCOUCH-ELSA 10 Canyon 7    7    10 14 —38 E-E    7    3    0    0    —10 First quarter E-E — Jorge Rubio 35 run (Robert Bermudez kick), 7:37 C — J.D. Kunz 5 run (Reece Zunker kick), 3:02 Second quarter E-E — Juan Baltazar 41 FQ, 11.09 C — Cameron Hank 1 run (Zunker kick), 3:34 Third quarter C — Chase Wilke 9 run (Zunker kick), 9:00 C — Zunker 32 FG, 5:40 Fourth quarter C — Erie Skolaut 30 interception return (Zunker kick), 3:30 C — Joel Hernandez 5 run (Zunker kick), 0:27 Team statistics CLASS 5A, 4A FOOTBALL PLAYOFF PAIRINGS Canyon E-E First downs 20 12 Rushes-yds. 54-279 26-124 Passing yds. 64 121 Total yards 343 245 Passes (C-A-l) 4-7-0 6-21-3 Punts-avg. 3-38.7 4-46.8 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-yds. 4-33 2-30 Individual statistics CONTINUED FROM Page 8ABlocked punt return sealed win for UT The Aggies finish with their second losing season in three years under coach Dennis Franchione. A win would have made the Aggies bowl eligible. “I think I was the only one in the country who anticipat- RUSHING — Canyon: Chase Wilke 23-180; Joel Hernandez 6-38; Cameron Henk 6-33; J.D. Kunz 15-23; Chris Lynch 1-3; Jerris Springfield 3-2; Edcouch-Elsa: jorge Rubio 17-90; Orlando Loredo 4-38; Ronnie Villalpando 4-4; Team 1-(-8). t PASSING — Canyon: Kunz 4-7-0—64; Edcouch-Elsa: Rubio 6-21-3—121. RECEIVING — Canyon: Jordan Pawelek 1-32; Justin Carrizales 1-14; Jaimin Shah 1-13; Adrian Hilbum 1 -5; Edcouch-Elsa: Baron Rowell 4-79; John Jalomo 2-22; Armando Layton 2-16; Augie Gomez 1 -4. ed this," Texas coach Mack Brown said. “I told the guys....they’re going to pull it all out because they’ve got nothing to lose. I was really, really not proud of myself that I was right.” Taylor ran for 102 yards on 15 carries for Texas. His second touchdown, an 8-yard scamper through the right side in the third quarter capped a 10-play, 80-yard drive after the Aggies had taken a 22-21 lead on McGee’s CLASS 5A DIVISION I STATE QUARTERFINALS Region I EP Franklin (10-1) vs. Euless Trinity (11-1), 4:30 p.m. today, Texas Stadium Region ll A&M Consolidated 26, Richardson Berkner 7 Region III Cypress Fairbanks (10-2) vs. Spring Westfield (10-0), 2 p.m. today, Spring’s George Stadium Region IV Converse Judson 37, Harlingen 15 DIVISION ll REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Region I Southlake Carroll 52, Abilene 0 Midland (10-2) vs. Plano (12-0), 2 p.m. today, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium Region ll Copperas Cove 30, Garland 14 South Garland (8-4) vs. Lufkin (12-0), 2 p.m. today, Nacogdoches’ Homer Bryce Stadium Region III Katy (11-0) vs. Beaumont West Brook (8-1), 3 p.m. today. Rice Stadium Cypress Falls 38, La Porte 35 Region IV SA Madison 31, PSJ A 7 Smithson Valley 56, Laredo United 28 CLASS 4A DIVISION! STATE QUARTERFINALS Region I Plainview (12-0) vs. Stephenville (12-0), 2 p.m. today, Lubbock’s Jones SBC Stadium Region ll Dallas Highland Park 45, Ennis 28 Region III Marshall (10-1) vs. Houston Yates (8-4), 7:30 p.m. today, Waco ISD Region IV Pflugerville Connally (11-1) vs. CC Flour Bluff (12-0), 7 p.m. today, San Antonio’s Farris Stadium DIVISION H REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Region I Aledo 41, EP Chapin 35, OT Wolfforth Frenship 56, Denison 14 Region ll Lewisville Hebron (12-0) vs. Everman (9-3), 1 p.m. today, Texas Stadium Wylie (9-3) vs. Killeen Ellison (7-5), 1:30 p.m. today, Waco ISD Stadium Region HI Kilgore (11-1) vs.La Marque (12-0), 1 p.m. today, Conroe’s Moorhead Stadium Brenham (12-0) vs. Rosenberg Terry (10-1), 6 p.m. today, Katy’s Rhodes Stadium Region IV CC Calallen 13, Austin McCallum 10 Canyon 38, Edcouch-Elsa 10 Bulls down Spurs, 106-99 SAN ANTONIO (AP)—Chris Duhon scored IO of his 18 points in the fourth quarter, Chicago’s zone defense shut down San Antonio in the final minutes, and the Bulls broke a long winless streak against the Spurs with a 106-99 victory Friday night. Tim Duncan tied the game at 85 on a hook shot with 8:13 11-yard touchdown run. The Longhorns got the critical blocked punt on A&M’s next possession when Michael Griffin crashed over the left side. Cedric Griffin snared the ball in mid-air and cruised into the end zone for a 34-22 Texas lead. McGee’s second touchdown — a I-yard run — got the Aggies within five before the Longhorns stretched the lead on David Pino’s 41-yard field goal. Pino also kicked a remaining, but San Antonio made only four more baskets on 13 shots. Chicago, meanwhile, went 9-for-14 down the stretch to beat the Spurs for the first time since December 2000. The Bulls had lost nine straight to the Spurs, including an overtime game in Chicago earlier this month, and had not won in San Antonio since 1998. 29-yarder with 2:22 left for the final points. While the Longhorns own a six-game winning streak over their rivals, they had to feel lucky to get out of this one. The Aggies outgained Texas 395-336, had more first downs (22) and found a weakness in Texas’ run defense by chewing up huge chunks of yards and time. The Aggies held the ball for 35 minutes.RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 8ACatch-and-run pays off for SV in playoff After the break, Schrock capped the Rangers’ first drive with a 19-yard run and Beyer caught a 7-yard scoring pass from Hill, making it 49-14 with 3:03 left in the third. Meanwhile, the defense recorded six sacks of Garza, who wasn’t able to mount another score against the Rangers starters. “We came out to stop the pass because we knew they were a throwing team,” said Moczygemba, who had 2.5 sacks and the big fumble recovery. “It took us a while to adjust, but when we did we were just all over them. We put a lot of pressure on them and they had a little bit harder time getting the ball off.” In garbage time, Garza’s 22-yard scoring pass to Juan Camacho was immediately answered by Chris Brehm’s 51 -yard scoring jaunt. Hailing 56-21, Garza completed an 80-yard drive with another TD pass to Camacho with 2:34 left in the game. “I thought we had a good game plan and we came out and moved the ball well,” United coach David Sanchez said. “It looked like it was going to be a shootout. But they always do a great job of capitalizing on turnovers, and they did so today. We had a couple of bad snaps and some sacks and they finally took over.” Hill said the defensive sacks and stops worked hand-in-hand with the Rangers’ offensive plan, which entailed making the runs following the catches. “I thought our defense did a good job of making some adjustments and stopping them,” he said. “Our offense was pretty explosive all day, mainly by just working underneath the zones, running after the catch, and by running the ball. SMITHSON VALLEY 56, LAREDO UNITED 28 United    14    0    7    7— 28 SV    14    21 21 0—56 First quarter U — David Garza 30 run (Cesar Vanoye kick), 8:17 SV — Blake Schrock 7 run (David Sweet kick), 7:48 U — J.J. Berlanga 46 pass from Garza (Vanoye kick), 5:09 SV — Schrock 5 run (Sweet kick), 3:46 Second quarter SV — Bryan Hill 1 run (Sweet kick), 7:10 SV — Stephen Hall 10 pass from Hill (Sweet kick), 4:34 SV — Cody Beyer 13 pass from Hill (Sweet kick), 0:56 Third quarter SV — Schrock 19 run (Sweet kick), 7:41 SV — Beyer 7 pass from Hill (Travis Costanzo kick), 3:03 U — Juan Camacho 22 pass from Garza (Vanoye kick), 2:32 SV — Chris Brehm 51 run (Sweet kick), 0:45 Fourth quarter U — Camacho 12 pass from Garza (Vanoye kick), 2:34 Team statistics United    SV First downs    21    28 Rushes-yds. 24-146    36-347 Passing yds.    307    212 Total yards    453    559 Passes (C-A-l) 25-38-1    19-20-0 Punts-avg.    4-34.0    1-72.0 Fumbies-lost    2-2    1-1 Penalties-yds.    5-30    3-30 Individual statistics RUSHING — United: David Garza 20-142; Ricky Sanchez 3-14; Team 1 (-10); Smithson Valley: Blake Schrock 9-84; Trent Rios 3-40; Sean Hall 11-78; Cody McKinney 7-67; Bryan Hill 4-9; Cody Beyer 1-18; Chris Brehm 1-51. PASSING — United: Garza 25-38-1—307; Smithson Valley: Hill 18-19-0—209; Beyer 1-1-0—3. RECEIVING — United: Rolando Rodriguez 1-12; Ricky Sanchez 8-84; J.J. Berlanga 7-94; Juan Camacho 4-60; Alvaro Garcia 4-32; Orlando Contreras 1 -25; Smithson Valley: Beyer 8-82; Clay Fuller 3-46; Kyle Henry 2-33; Brehm 1-10; Stephen Hall 1-6; Jamie Franklin 1-13; Coulter Neckar 1-7; Melvin Echard 1-12; Chad Barrios 1 -3. “We knew that it wasn’t going to be a day where we struck upfield much. It was going to be tiirow, catch, make the yards after the catch, and I thought our receivers did a good job of that today.” CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER LV"J CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER LV^ CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER fmumuj rn £ THANKSGIVING! rn J* W W LiLil mLil ^ br ;t.^A r~ J, j__ SALE HOURS 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM MON - SAT CLOSED SUNDAYS 1-35 JUST NORTH OF WALNUT (830) 624-2226 AH payments • ‘25% ♦ TTHI down, 4.2% APR X 72 mot. W.A.C Photos for illustration only. Nag Equity added to new loan. CREDIT DOESNT MATTER! 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