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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Saturday, September IO, 2005 — Herald-Zettung — Page 9ARANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 8ASV blitzes Temple again Rangers' execution. ‘M in all, we played pretty well,” said Hill, who got 116 rushing yards from Trent Rios and 150 passing yards from junior quarterback Bryan Hill, his son. “Offensively we did a good job initially and defensively we prevented the big play with the exception of the one long run. “I think when we got that big lead early it made things difficult on them.” Monsen had stressed that Temple couldn’t make any major mistakes if it was going to have a shot to upset Smithson Valley, but the Wildcats made a crucial error almost right away. On third down and 7 yards to go from Temple’s 23-yard line two plays into the game, Wildcats junior quarterback Terrell Jackson flicked an errant option pitch that fell to the ground, and Ranger back Aaron Hernandez easily scooped it up and ran in for a 12-yard touchdown with only 51 seconds gone. Temple did block the extra-point attempt, though. But on the fifth play of the ensuing possession, Jackson’s underthrown pass to the left side was intercepted by safety Reagan Moczygemba at midfield and returned to the 21. The Rangers marched to the I before Hill passed to Chris Brehm in the right flat for the touchdown that made it 12-0 at the 6:50 mark. Temple failed to capitalize on Wright’s 54-yard kickoff return, then Cody Beyer's 51-yard gain off Hill s long fade pass set up Hill’s diving dash to the left-front corner of the end zone for a 5-yard score and a 19-0 game with 2:53 left in the first quarter. On the first play of the second period Wright couldn’t haul in a Jackson bomb that SMITHSON VALLEY 40, TEMPLES S. Valley 19 7    0    14-40 Temple    OO    6    0 — 6 SV — Aaron Hernandez 12 fumble return (kick blocked) SV — Chris Brehm 1 pass from Bryan Hill (pass failed) SV — Hill 5 run (David Sweet kick) SV — Cody Beyer 19 pass from Hill (Sweet kick) Tem — Davion Wright 98 run (kick failed) SV — Safety; Wright tackled in end zone SV — Trent Rios 30 run (kick failed) SV — Sean Hall I run (pass failed) Team statistics SV    Temple First downs    15    10 Rushes-yards 38-181    35-142 Passing yards    150    35 Total yards231 177 Comp.-Att.-lnt.    13-25-0    6-16-1 Punts-average    2-36    4-27.8 Fumbles-lost    3-3    4-3 Penalties-yards    4-25    4-25 Individual statistics RUSHING - Smithson Valley: Rios 20-116; Hall 8-44, Clay Fuller 1-13, Hill 7-10, Cody McKinney 1-1, Randy Brown 1-(-3); Temple: Wright 5-107, Adrian Reaves-Brown 4-23, Terrell Jackson 13-22, Rashad Jackson 3-4, Casey Mikes 2-3, Laquintin Idlebird 4-2, Ross Pospisil 1-(-2), Charles Pomroy 1-(-6),Team 2-(-11). PASSING - Smithson Valley: Hill 13-24-0-150, Beyer 0-1-0-0; Temple: I Jackson 6-13-1-35, Mikes 0-3-0-0. RECEIVING - Smithson Valley: Beyer 6110, Fuller 5-34, Brehm 3-6; Temple: Wright 5-38, Kelvin Nealy 1- (-3). could have gone for an 80-yard touchdown, then Hill fired a 19-yard scoring strike to Beyer on the right side of the end zone to push it to 26-0. Early in the second half I fill was stopped at the goal line on a third-down sneak, and Schneider recovered his fumble at the 2. Wright then got the Wildcats going went he burst off right tackle and ran past everybody for the 98-yard TD that gave Temple some hope, trailing 26-6 with 19 minutes to play. However, Wright was swarmed in the end zone for a safety three minutes into die final quarter, and sophomore Rios used a nifty spin move for a 30-yard touchdown dash a minute later before Sean Hall capped the scoring on a 1-yard rumble with 2:56 left. District 27-4A All District Canyon    3-0    OO Lake Travis    2-0    0-0 2-1UNICORNS Burnet Marble Falls 0-0 1-1 OO 0-0 0-0 Dripping Springs 1-1 New Braunfels 0-3 Last week's games Pflugerville Connally 19, NB 14 Canyon 27, Seguin 10 Burnet 63, Liberty Hill 34 Wimberley 28, D.Springs 21 LakeTravis 36,Taylor 7 Open: Marble Falls This week's games LakeTravis 45, Austin Anderson 13 Seguin 24, New Braunfels 21 Canyon 14, Aus. McCallum 9 Burnet 13, Fredericksburg 6 Dripping Springs 27, Bandera 24 Marble Falls 21, CP Vista Ridge 20 Next week's schedule Open: Canyon M. Falls at Austin Crockett (Thurs.) D. Springs at Aus. McCallum (Thurs.) NB at Austin Bowie Lockhart at LakeTravis San Marcos at Burnet District 26-5A All District Smithson Valley 3-0    O O SA MacArthur    2-0    O O SA Reagan    2-0    0-0 Converse Judson    2-1    O O SA Lee    1-1    O O SA Madison    1-1    0-0 SA Roosevelt    1-2    0-0 SA Churchill    0-2    0-0 Last week's games Smithson Valley 28, Pflugerville 21 Copperas Cove 20, Judson 19 SA Clark 21, Churchill 14 MacArthur 31, SA Taft 18 Schertz Clemens 15, Roosevelt 3 Reagan 17, SA Warren 14 Lee 31, SA Southwest 12 This week's games Madison 50, SATaft 15 Smithson Valley 40, Temple 6 Judson 22, Pflugerville 13 Roosevelt 44, CC King 0 SA Holmes 28, Lee 20 RR Westwood at Churchill (Sat.) Open: MacArthur, Reagan Next week's schedule Open: SV, Judson, Churchill,TR MacArthur at Boerne SA Jay at Reagan Lee at Seguin Madison at SA O'Connor (Sat.) CONTINUED FROM Page 8ANB falls to Matadors by 3 Braunfels 21, the Unicorns started sliding back into their first-half form. Mata’s pick was converted to six points by Calvin Caad, whose scoring pass was followed by a failed two-point conversion. New Braunfels (0-3) couldn’t move the ball and punted with 5:134 left. From its 13, Seguin went up field, converting on Isaiah Sneed’s 21-yard screen pass and Ray Medrano’s 36-yard catch. Then came the biggie — a pass interference call against Travis Kostan on Caad — setting up the Mats on the New Braunfels 4. Ramos took it in from there, and his conversion pass to Moses Barnett was good for a 24-21 lead with 1:07 to play. Flags were the order of the night — Seguin was penalized seven times for 50 yardsCOUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 8AWilke runs wild for Canyon over on its next possession when J.D. Kunz was hit in the back as he threw and the ball landed in the hands of McCal-lum’s Paul Tearson. Tearson got McCallum on the board when his 25-yard field goal gave his team a 3-0 with 37 seconds left to play in the first half. The second half was back and forth until Wilke’s 13-yard run put Canyon up 6-3. On the run, Wilke’s momentum was initially stopped, but he kept hi feet moving and broke a tackle before crossing the goal line. Wilke put the game away in the fourth quarter when he and New Braunfels had five 15-yarders (three of them personal fouls) for 120 yards. The Matadors allowed New Braunfels one conversion on a penalty, but Rhodes was sacked by Mike Castillo as time ran out. “No question about it, we got some penalties in critical situations,” Caniford said. “Everytime we looked around there was a yellow rag on the ground. But when it's a rivalry like this, you expect the lads to be more fueled up. You will see a lot of flags, but not to this extent.” While New Braunfels coaches thought they were ripped off by the late penalty against Kostan, Seguing bench was more than a little concerned about the constant stops by the timekeeper to adjust the clock. In the end, Carson said, it didn’t much matter. “They got calls, and we got calls," he said. “I’ve operated clocks that don’t work. And I’m not saying that was what happened tonight." took the ball up the middle and ran away from the McCallum defense for an 80-yard touchdown. “Chase is just a workhorse every week,” Davis said. “He just keeps hitting in there and hitting in there and then finally breaks one.” Penalties played a major part in the Canyon win. The Cougars were not flagged once, while McCallum was flaggged 12 times for 97 yards. “We worked real hard on keeping composure and staying away from stupid penalties, and I think our kids did a real good job of that tonight,” Davis said. “The word for this next week’s practice will be ‘focus’," Davis said. “I’m hoping we’re just a confident football team and not a cocky team, but I think our kids learned the difference in that tonight.” SEGUIN 24, NEW BRAUNFELS 21 Seguin 3 7 0 14- 24 NB 0 0 14 7 -21 S- Ryan kS^FOiSi S — Ray Medrano IO run (KM kick)/' 0:18 Third quests* NB — Zach Rhode* 36 run (Jacob Gallegos kick), 9:44 NB - Levi Btakeman 32 pass from Rhodes (Gallegos kick!, 4:01 Fourth quarter NB — Jeremy Erben 8 pass from * Rhodes (Gallegos lock), 11:48 S— Calvin Caad 22 pass from Caleb Ramos (pass failed), 6:58 S — Ramos 4 run (Moses Bennett pass from Ramos), 1:07 Team statistics s    rn First downs    14    8 Rushes-yds.    35-69    25-95 Passing yds.    208    107 Total yards    277    202 Passes (C-A-l) 13-21-1    13-29-1 . Punts-avg.    4-33.8    7-38.3 Fumbles-lost    1-1    2-0 Penalties-yds. 7-50    12-120 Individual statist lea RUSHING — Seguin: Isaiah Sneed 21-77; Ray Medrano 1-10; Caleb Ramos 10-20; Devin Sapenter 1 (-4); T.J. Hartwick I (-6); Team 1 (-28); New Braunfels: Jeremy Erben 13-30; Zach Rhodes 12-65 PASSING - Seguin: Ramos 11-16 1 -197;T.J. Hartwick 2-3-0—11; New Braunfels: Rhodes 13-19-1 — 107 RECEIVING — Seguin: Sapenter 3-25; Medrano 3-95; Caad 659; Sneed 2-29; New Braunfels: Daniel Cardenas 1-4; Kurtis Kostan 2-1; Sean Ricketts 1-14; Radla 4-19; Josh Smith 2-27; Levi Blakeman 1-32; Sammy Anderson 2-10 CANYON 14* MCCALLUM 9 Canyon 0    0    6    8— 14 McCallum 0    3    0    6 — 9 Second quarter MC — Paul Tearson 25 FG Third quarter C — Chase Wilke 13 run (run failed) Fourth quarter C — Wilke 80 run (Cameron Hank pass from J.D. Kunz) MC — Henderson 5 run (pass failed) Team statistics C    MC First downs    11    10 Rushes-yds.    6193    41-178 Passing yds.    68    73 Total yards    261    251 Passes (C-A-l)    613-0    7-21-0 Punts-avg.    4-29.3    631.0 Fumbles-lost    2-2    0-0 Penalties-yds.    0-0    11-97 Individual statistics RUSHING - Canyon: Wilke 36 174; J.D. Kunz 4-11; Jams Springfield 1-8; Cameron Henk 1-0; McCallum: Lucious Henderson 26107; Jerald Taylor 13-45; Kart Stewart 2-9; Demetrius Moates 2-11; Andre Banks 1-6. PASSING - Canyon: Kunz 616 0-68. McCallum: Henderson 7-21- 0—73; Tearson 0-1-0—1. RECEIVING - Canyon: Bernie I Gutierrez 2-43; Cameron Henk 3-25. * McCallum: Banks 2-39; Taylor 1-19; Stewart 1-11; Moales 1-1 CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER L"a"J CREDIT DOESN T MATTER mmmV CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER—^■KED TAG SALE ! 1 35 JUST NORTH of walnut Bb SALE HOURS 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM MON - SAT CLOSED SUNDAYS AK payments S *25% » TTH down, 4 2% APR X 72 irtos WAC Photos for Htustratioii only. 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