New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Herald -Zeitung photo by michael uahnalL Smithson Valley running back Tim Ivey (25) leeds a celebratory sideline after one of seven touchdowns scored by the Rangers on Friday night s homecoming at Ranger Stadium.
Smithson Valley blanks Burbank 49-0, moves to 3-0
By ROBERT STEWART
Special to the Herald-Zeitung
The Ranger faithful could have not have had a better homecoming Friday as Smithson Valley rolled to a 49-0 victory over the Burbank Bulldogs.
‘It's your first win at home and I think our kids were excited to be at home. We had a real good crowd and I think it livened things up a little bit," said Larry Hill, head coach. “We were pretty focused coming in. We came out and t('ok care of business."
Running back Tim Ivey, who topped the 100-yard mark for his third consecutive game, got the scoring going on Smithson Valley's opening drive in the (irs/ quarter convening a one-yard mn w ah 6:23 remaining. Billy Gnndle's kick gave the Rangers a 7-0 lead. The nine-play drive followed a Burbank opening-dnve punt.
Smithson Valley got the ball back right away when Billy Gnndle recovered Burbank quarterback Paul Tejeda’s fumble at the Ranger 41 The Rangers were unable to capitalize on the turnover and turned the ball over on downs at the Botbank 32.
Burbank gave the ball nght back when Michael Banda fumbled and Bart Refcfmeier recovered
The Rangers did capitalize this time, gibing 49 yards in 12 plays, scoring on a IO-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Scan Everest to Travis Smith with 5.^0 remaining in the half Gnndle’s kttk made the score 14-0 Rangers.
'Hie Ranger defease stymied Burbank
all night causing the Bulldogs to fumble five times, losing three. They also were forced to punt five times.
"We knew that they did a good job on their short passing game and the draw play and I was real pleased with the way our kids contained them. We worked real hard on that," Hill said. ‘ Their kids could move and a couple of times they got away from us but all-in-all it was a good night.”
Defensively, Billy Grindle had nine tackles, Brad Tellander had seven, Bart Rohlmeir, Brandon Schulz, Greg Markham and Brian Henderson each had six, BJ. Reeves had five and Eric Ware bo I had four. BJ. Reeves caused three of Burbank's fumbles.
He (Gnndle) did a real good job in the secondary,” Hill said. “I think he had one of his best game of the year in the secondary .”
Grindle also kicked seven extra points following touchdowns.
‘That was the best we looked on that,” Hill said. "It was good to see the snap, hold and kick protection all seem to come together.”
Burbank gave Smithson Valley another gift on the next dnve when the quarterback fumbled and set Smithson Valley up at their own 45 as Brad Tellander recovered.
The Rangers marched 55 yards in four plays to score when Everest hit Philip Mangan for a 24-yard touchdown pass. Gnndle’s kick made the score 21-0 with 1:32 left before halftime. A key play in the dnve included a 17-yard Ivey run Smithson Valley received the second-
half kickoff and proceeded to put the game away. Ivey had rushes totaling 44 yards in the dnve while Everest hit Sam Teuton on a 10-yard pass to set up first and goal at the eight. Everest ended up running it in from one yard out with 8:35 left in the third quarter. Grindle’s kick made the score 28-0.
The teams then exchanged punts on the next two drives, with Burbank getting a glimmer of hope by pinning Smithson Valley back on the Ranger one yard line on Paul Tejeda’s punt.
The Rangers were unfazed, however and proceeded to end any faint thoughts of a Burbank comeback with a 99-yard touchdown drive.
"I think it all worked together," Hill said. “We played pretty well and kind of broke their spirit at the end there with the 99-yard dnve.”
Everest hit Brad Triesch to get the ball out to the 15 where a face mask penalty tacked on another five yards. BJ. Reeves, rn relief of Ivey, then ran to the 36. Reeves continued to get the call, running to the 39, the 47 and then on third down, all the way to the Burbank six yard line A Hag moved tile ball to tile Bulldog three and Reeves did the honors by taking it in for the score with 11:38 left in the fourth Gnndle again hit the point-alter kick to make the score 35-0.
Reeves finished the night with eight cames for 76 yards.
“In our offense you’ve got to have more than one gixnl ball carrier,” Hill
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