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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Managing Editor Saturday September IB SA Roosevelt defense smothers New Braunfels SAN ANTONIO A wet field and the smothering de fense of the opposition en abled the San Antonio Roo sevelt Rough Ridetti to slip to a 70 win over the New Braun fels Unicorns Its tough to lose a game like this when youve been battling hard all said linebacker and tight end Jody who had an inter ception to go along with a blocked field goal The deciding factor in the short two4iour game turned out to be time of The Unicorns which accounted for just 84 not including a 43yard kick return by Mike Hernandez at the start of the second was on the field for only eight of the 48 total That was probably the dif ference in the New Braunfels head coach Rick Rhoades Our offense didnt keep our de fense off the field long enough so that they could In the fourth the Rough Riders marched down the advancing behind the legs of running back Jazz who had 20 rushes for 110 Pacing a fourthandone situation at the Unicorns 23 yard Holland got the He ran into a wall of defenders to the left side but somehow bounced back kept his and rolled to the left sideline where he found room to run for a gamewinning Canyon wins opener Molinet shreds Somerset T for 191 yards BY WALLY GULUCK Correspondent Turning his varsity debut into his personal highlight Canyon junior tailback Jeremy Molinet shredded the Somerset defense for 191 paving the way for a 2814 openingnight victory for the Jeremy gives us power and More of that shakeandbake running style we havent had from the tailback He ran real well but I had no idea he was nearing a 200yard said Cougars Coach Brad Wright A spectator for most of last year when two broken wrists and a hip injury held him Molinet still showed Wright enough in spring practices to convince him he was ready for Friday night He really came on this We feel now with he and Stephen we have two quality tailbacks with some where last year I had Jason the hardest runner I ever running between the said Speed was the order of the Cougars quarter back James Green showed just how much he likes the stadiums new synthetic carpet as he raced 58 yards for a touchdown on the first play of the 1 havent scored a touch down on the first play of the game since my freshman year and that was too long ago to talk about We really came out strong as a then fought through a lull and came back and answered them wh6n we had said Greens fouryard fourth quarter touchdown with left sealed the Cougars It capped a 10play dri ve that consumed nearly four minutes of clock and featured five rushes for 74 yards from the 210 pound Jeremys a strong run Hes such a different type of back than what weve had here in the and he really ran well to said Despite tearing up the Canyon tailback Jeremy Molinet shredded the Somerset DAVID Quarterback James Green raced 58 yards to paydirt on the first play from new turf for more than 300 yards if s that lull that Green spoke of that has Wright We got said the head Maybe Tve got to start ranting and rav ing That happened to us last we got up by started think ing we were a pretty good football but forgot to tell The Bulldogs erased Can yons 14point first quarter lead when Joseph Davis caught a 10yard scoring pass from Jake Hernandez with left before the It capped an impressive 55yard scoring dri ve that consumed off the clock and sent a mes sage to the partisan Cougars crowd that feull dogs tailback Josh Caldwell was not to go who rushed for yards in the first half and finished with ried four times for 33 yards en route to the Bulldogs first He then began the second half just as he brought the curtain down the first when his 25yard run high lighted a 13play 63yard march that tied the score with left in the While they came after I was impressed with the character we showed to answer them after they scored the touchdown to tie the said It took the Cougars just six plays to go 72 with Green turning to Mo ran behind big brother His 25yard dash down the far sidelines set the table for Stephen Aldridge to give the Cou gars the goahead touch down from two yards out with left in the That was a big Molinet got us down there and Aldridge took us We let them back in it and need ed to said Green After Greens second touchdown of the game stretched the Cougar lead to Somerset still did nt surrender and nearly came within a touchdown of tying the game with Hernandez scrambled to buy time and escape the Cougar then 41yard strike to Julian but a holding call ended the come back Canyon 10 travels to San Antonio Kennedy next Game time is Editors Note Statisti cal information for the Canyon game woe not avail able at Brminfefe 0 NB Reagan 000 Fourthquarter R Jaa Holland 23yd run Matt tangu ma Reagan 15 38184 16 291 231 00 420 First downs Rushesyards Passing yards PuntsAvg FumblesLost 3 1661 23 3110 234 00 210 hid victual atatltilett RUSHING NB Mike Hernandez Michael Cantu Zachary Rhodes Roland Adams Reagan Jazz Holland Carlos McFall Jeremy QteHz Jason Stamps PASSING NB Michael Cerftu 31123 Reagan Carlos McFnll RECEIVING NB Travis Kostan Chris Thayer Reagan Jeremy Gleltz MISSED FIELD GOALS INTERCEPTIONS NB Jody 124 NEXT WEEK NewBraunfela 1 1 plays Its home opener against SVHS regroups to down Reagan BY DAVID RUPKALVIS Staff Writer After losing most of an ear ly 170 Smithson Val ley regrouped and went on to rout the San Antonio Rea gan Rattlers 3712 Friday at Lanbe Fuller led the Rangers with 125 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 24 car Fuller helped the Rangers overcome a secondquarter rally by Reagan by taking a handoff on the first offen sive play of the third quar breaking two tackles near the line of scrimmage and running 61 yards a touch With the the Rangers improve to 20 on the season while Reagan falls to The Rangers opened the game strong as Fuller scored on touchdown runs of 3 and 14 yards in the first Shakotah Knowlton set up the third score when he intercepted a pass and re turned the ball 45 yards to the Reagan 10yard The offense but David Sweet kicked a 35yard field goal to give the Rangers a 170 After shutting down the Rattlers through the first 16 the Smithson Valley defense struggled just before the Reagan used the pass heavily during an 11 70yard drive that led to a touchdown with A few plays Reagan defensive back Chase Branch intercepted Rangers quar terback Alan Hill and re turned the ball to the 9yard line to set up a second score that cut the lead to But the Rangers came right back and moved down the field on a 12play drive that ended when Andrew Sendejo kicked at 43yard field goal as the halftime buzzer Smithson Valleys defense came out fired up in the sec ond half and shut down Rea gan on four Fuller fol lowed with his 61yard run to give the Rangers a 2712 lead just minutes into the We just needed to settle SVHS Coach Larry Hill They had one big drive and a nice return on We felt we controlled the first but you looked up on the Scoreboard and it was We had a great twominute drive at the end of the half SVHS SA Reagan 12 SVHS 14 6 7 10 37 Reagan 0 12 0 0 12 First quarter SV Lance Fuller 3yd run David Sweet SV Fuller 14yd Sweet Second quarter SV Sweet field R Thomas Speda 7yd run kick R Speda 1yd run 2pt pass SV Andrew Sendejo 43yd field Third quarter SV Fuller run Sweet Fourthquarter SV Sweet field SV Alan Hill 34yd pass to Jay Wamke Sweet First downs Rushesyards Passing yards PuntsAvg FumblesLost Penaltiesyards SVHS 13 38153 159 13201 00 428 SAR 8 2641 107 9192 31 15 Individual RUSHING SV Lance Fuller David Gutierrez Adrian Ramirez Rowdy Francis Alan Hill Reagan Thomas Spelca Frank Torres Michael Wright Nathan Van Winkle PASSING SV Hill Reagan Speda Conrad Harkrider 8V Jay Wamka Rowdy Francis Lance Fuller Jamie Kem Adrian Ramirez Rjagan Marcus Chester Bryan Williams Rhett Ibarra Marcus Harkrider NEXT WEEK Smithson Valley 20 plays its home opener at Friday against San Antonio and then Lance came out and popped one in the second The defensive effort con tinued as linebacker James Traber had two sacks to stop the Rattlers next Shakotah Knowlton shut down the next drive with his second interception that he returned 17 yards to the Rangers 3yard Sweet added his second field goal seconds later to give the Rangers a 3012 The scoring ended midway through the fourth quarter when Hill hit Jay Warnke on a 19yard touchdown The Rangers used a bal anced attack to keep the Rea gan defense off Hill completed 13of20 passes for 149 yards with one touch down and one Warnke had five catches for 75 yards and a touchdown and Randy Francis added four catches for 41 Knowltons two intercep tions led a strong defensive James Traber had three sacks in the one that forced a fumble that Kirk Dawson Defensive tackle Jay Young also had a Wbntwriy Marion 99 Oevlne 7 24 13 Morion 7 0 a M Chifc Taylor 92yd run W Goldstein 6yd rurKOyw M Tvtor ZunJnlun Matt W Blaka Fernandez run OarrsttDyw W 1yd run sited WHootte Churchman 18ydfUfl Dantel Potoemua DIM Iron field WJofhWatoOBfeyd paw from Churchman fWdowrw RuahMyardi Panting CompAttW PurtaAvg FumbteaLeat 10 33184 78 6121 32 17 40360 63 00 11 430 Wimberley pounds 5720 RU8HWQ Marion Chrto Ttytef Wlrnbwfry Fernandez HooUa W 16yd run WBryan Dyw M Chad Amhart 60yari Imfe now fry Marton Joan WaKaot run MARION Wimberleys Blake Fernandez scored three touchdowns as the Teoc ans trounced the Marion Bulldogs 5720 at Veterans Stadium Friday a senior tail back tallied touchdown runs of and 3 en route to a 169yard performance on 17 Marion 02 scored itafiret pointa of the 2003 season in the fiwt Senior quarterback Tyler who intercepted a Texans pass on Mmberieys third play from engineered an 66 yard ipve with left to highlighted by a 12yard touchdown Junior Matt Luddke kicked the extra point to give the Bulldogs their only lead of the Wumberley coming off a 2621 loss to the LuUng Eagles last responded by scoring on next five which including 24 unanswered points in the second The Texans rolled to a 317 halftime lead and never looked In the second Wim berly continued to score and not just with the The Texansdefense turned a Marion fumble into a touchdown in the third quar Bryan Buse scooped up the loose ball and ran it in from 22 yards out with The Bulldogs did respond in the second half with a cou ple of including a 50 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown by Chad Arehart with left in the third and 92yard touch down run by Chris Taylor with remaining in the Toe Texans finished the game with 413 yards in total while Marion was held to 262 ;