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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DAVID Sifjithson Valleys defense bent but never broke against the OConnor Jared Clark 90 and Kenny Cook 17 have a Panthers runner in their RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Ground game got rolling in last naif kickoff forced a fumble that Nathan Guerra recovered at the OConnor 20yard The Rangers cashed in six plays later when Hill threw an 11yard touchdown pass to Rowdy Francis for a 107 lead just minutes into the second After the defense forced a Smithson Valley went on the attack driving 67 yards in just six plays with Hill running the final two yards for a touchdown and a 173 This the Panthers answered with the big play as quarterback Blake hit Justin Olson with a 41yard touchdown pass to close the lead to 1710 at the The Rangers took back the momentum and stretched the lead back to 10 on one of the strangest plays seen in foot Sweet was trying to kick a 22yard field goal and the ball was tipped at the line of The ball then hit the bounced straight hit the crossbar again and fell overfor three Guerra got the ball back for the Rangers with an intercep Then Fuller broke a 38 yard run that ignited the Smithson Valley running game that had been struggling against a stiff Panthers With the extra the Rangers took a 2710 OConnor scored again ear ly in the fourth quarter to stay within striking but Hill culminated a 76yard drive with his second rushing touchdown to push the score to Adrian Ramirez came off the bench to spark the drive with a 40yard The Smithson Valley de fense then stopping the Panthers on fourth and goal at the 1yard line to pre serve the Rangers coach Larry Hill said that his team adjusted well after seeing what OCon nor was capable of early in the I think more than anything we just got use their level of Hill There were no drastic We made big stops when we needed Youre not going to shut a team like that The passing offensive atiatkasi Hill com pleted 12 of 21 passes for 217 yards and one He added two touchdowns rush Jay Warnke had a huge catching seven throws for 151 Francis added five catches for 66 yards and a Despite struggling at Fuller finished with 132 yards on 22 Ramirez added 59 yards on three carries and Warnke eight yards one Next the Rangers will stay home to face Austin West lake in a key nondistrict The Rangers lost to Wetst lake in the regular season last but came back to top Westlake in the state WHATS AHAD MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL toatlds coach mtuM to New tyk ivkfte he led the NewYork Giants to tHe Super BoM in UNICORNS CONtlMUEDfRGMPagelA Defense slammed door on Matadors thtoughout the first part of the season and they really stepped it up a notch along with the kicking The Unicorns defense held Seguin to 127 yards in total offense and only gave up sev en first Senior defensive backJory Werth had an outstanding night on special Werth had four punts for 110 yards ant returned a punt 62 yards for a TD in the fourth I felt relieved at halftime leading 170 I just knew we could close the game out in the second Werth We always try to get a shut out and tonight was extra special getting it against Despite losjng starting quarterback Michael Cantu to injury late in the the Unicorns offense pulled together behind sophomore quarterback Zach Rhodes had four comple tions for Before his Cantu had 83 yards rushing on 9 carries and went 3 for 8 in passing for 52 the Unicorns had one of their finest offensive outputs of the young season with 196 yards rushing and 108 yards Rhoades gave credit to the great blocking of the which is anchored by ter Justin We just ran the game We ran away from number 99 Seguin defensive tackle Willie Fitzgerald and just picked up a few said Whenwe runour we can beat any JESSIE Davey Jade Lauren Lavergne and Matt Stevens stand centerfield as hundreds of wellwishers congratulate and photograph the newly elected Homecoming court of New Braunfels High School Canyon SA Kennedy 7 Canyon 14 Kennedy 0 19 0 7 7 47 7 C 6yd run Jonas kick Second quarter C 10yd run kick tailed C 3yd run kick failed C 22yd run Jonas kick Third quarter C 8yd run Isaac kick Fourth quarter C 3yd run Isaac kick 6ydrun Parra kick Canyon Kennedy First downs 20 Rushesyards 36241 2023 Passing yards 6 59 180 4111 PuntsAvg FumblesLost 00 11 Penaltiesyards 970 525 Individual statistics RUSHING Canyon Jeremy Stephen Jacob James Brandon Charlie Schwarz Brett PASSING Canyon James 18 60 RECEIVING Canyon Jeffrey 18 4 NEXT WEEK Canyon xx hosts Marble kickotf is Unicorns sweep past district foe Canyon Boerne beats SVHS By David Rupkalvis Staff Writer Trailing by two points with the first game on the the New Braunfels volleyball team put together a rally that did not end until the Unicorns had swept the Canyon Cou in a district match With the New Braun fels improves to 165 overall and 10 in the Canyon falls to 1111 and 11 in dis trict The Unicorns opened the first game looking like they would run away with jumping to an 116 But Canyon clawed back and tied the match at 1313 and then took the The visiting Cougarettes pushed their advantage to as much as three and led 2J18 before New Braunfels charged Jennifer Baerwald served five straight including two aces on bad to give the Unicorns a 2321 Canyon dosed to within one Iwo times before the game end ed when the referee called a lift on the The Xfflaefrombehind deflate the New Braunfels took advan tage of six straight service win ners from Katie Johnson to break open the second game The Unicorns never looked cruising to a 25 15 The third game was even more lopsided as Gin Mozeley served 13 straight including five to lead the Unicorns to victo Were a Me New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler The girls did They played well and they had Weve been struggling with some tough It was nice to play Jackie Lucas had an excel lent match to lead the Uni Lucas had 16 sev en blocks and six digs and seemed to be involved in every big New Braunfels Erica Baerwald and Mozeley all had four The Unicorns had 13 aces as a Brooke Engel led the Cou garettes with seven three WflSfc ifld eight Carla Flirihad three kills and Sarah difficulties passing the We didnt pass is what it amounted Canyon coach Heather Sanders Thats what happened at the end of game We were ahead and they went on a run because of our bad New Braunfels will continue district play next week when Del Valle visits at 7 Tues Canyon will take a break from district competition with a doubleheader against Smithson Valley and Michaels Tuesday at Smith son Smithson Valley The Smithson Valley volley ball team fell to Boerne Fri day in three Sidney Teuton led the Rangers in the match with eight two blocks and three Hannah Werchan added six kills andTaryn Munoz had 10 Smithson Valley will face Canyon at 6 The Rangers then travel to Wimberley next Friday for a 6 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Central Texas Health Research is recruiting patients with COPD for a clinical research trial to evaluate the 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