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Saturday, October 19, 2013

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DISTrICT 8-3A FOOTBALL

OUT OF THEIR HANDS

Lions’ district championship hopes dealt a blow with 31-20 loss to Liberty Hill BY DERRICK STUCKLY

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If the Brownwood Lions are to end the regular season as district champions, they will need help from other members of 8-3A following Liberty Hill’s 31-20 victory Friday night at Gordon Wood Stadium. The Lions upended preseason District 8-3A favorite Liberty Hill on the road a season ago, and the Panthers returned the favor Friday night behind a 448-yard rushing attack. “It’s disappointing because we set our goals high here,” said Lions first-year head coach Chuck Howard. “Our goal was to win the district and there’s still an opportunity for that, but that’s out of our control at this point. We have to take care of Lampasas next week in order to reach the playoffs, and that’s our goal right now, to be a playoff team. We talk about district championships, but we also talk about winning one game at a time. Right now, our focus changes to Lampasas.” After falling in a 10-point first-quarter hole, the Lions rallied to gain a 14-10 edge with 65 seconds before halftime. But Liberty Hill’s Nick Barrios reeled off a 78yard touchdown run with 12 seconds left in the second period. The Panthers then marched 66 yards on the opening drive of the second half to reclaim a 10-point advantage, and the Lions never recovered. “Right there at the end of the first half we were in great shape and had some momentum,” Howard said. “With any wishbone or slot-T offense, everything is predicated on the fullback and we preached that this week and every year we’ve played Liberty Hill. If you stop the fullback first, everything else will take care of itself. We didn’t on that play.” The Lions had allowed just 132 yards prior to the long run before halftime, and the Panthers tacked on 238 more yards on the ground in the second half. Will Fromme rushed for 190 yards and two touchdowns, Barrios finished with 103 yards and his score, Cory Ferrell chipped in 92 yards and quarterback Tyler Vickers — who did not complete either of his two pass attempts — rumbled for 58 yards and a touchdown. “With the exception of three plays, I thought we played pretty good defense, especially with some formations we hadn’t seen, like the open set,” Howard said. “Unfortunately, those happened to be big SEE LIONS, 4B

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Brownwood receiver Connor Howard (center) caught six passes for 94 yards with two touchdowns in the Lions’ 31-20 District 8-3A loss to Liberty Hill Friday night.

DISTRICT 3-2A DIVISION I FOOTBALL

Dragons pull away from Horns, 35-18 Bangs tallies all 16 points scored in second half BY MIKE LEE

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BANGS — Tanner Shaw proved he was more than a linebacker Friday night. The Bangs Dragons turned back the Early Longhorns, 35-18, as Shaw, who was an all-state linebacker last year, made his first start at receiver count for six catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns. “It was a great team effort tonight, but we had a couple of receivers down with injuries and we needed Tanner to step up. And he really did,” Bangs coach Chuck Lipsey said. “He’s always been a linebacker, but he has as good of hands as anybody on the team. It took us a few weeks to get him ready to play receiver.” Quarterback J.T. Newton shook off a recurring sprained ankle to pass for 224 yards and three touchdowns and rush for two more scores as Bangs improved to 4-3 overall and 2-1 in District 3-2A Division I. Early, which rallied to within 19-18 at the half after falling behind 19-0, fell to 4-4 and 2-2. The Longhorns got 203 yards passing and three touchdowns from quarterback LEESA STEPHENS | BROWNWOOD BULLETIN Bubba Reno, but much of that production was concentrated in the second quarter. Jake Gravell (center) runs through the Early defense and into the red zone during the With Bangs clinging to a 19-18 lead while Dragons’ 35-18 District 3-2A Division I victory Friday night.

moving into the strong northerly wind during the third quarter, Shaw jump-started a key drive while performing another new duty — returning punts. Newton is the Dragons’ normal punt returner, but with the sprained ankle, Shaw subbed and returned an Early punt 26 yards to the Bangs 43-yard line. Newton passed to Shaw for gains of 35 and 9 yards before the two connected for a 13-yard touchdown pass to return the momentum to Bangs with a 25-18 lead with 4:56 left in the third quarter. “He made some big catches and broke some tackles after making the catches,” Newton said of the 6-foot, 220-pound Shaw. “That drive gave us the momentum back. Momentum is a big part of football, you know. You’ll get it going your way anyway you can.” Tanner shrugged off his third-quarter role, saying: “It was just time for somebody to step up and get everybody pumped up again and be a leader.” Lipsey said the third-quarter drive into the wind was the difference in the game. “That drive was the turning point,” the coach said. “Early played really hard. That SEE SHOWDOWN, 2B


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MLB PLAYOFFS: NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Miller, Cardinals advance to World Series BY R.B. FALLSTROM AP SPORTS WRITER

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Brownwood graduate Shelby Miller will be appearing in the World Series in his first full season with the St. Louis Cardinals.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Carlos Beltran, Michael Wacha and the St. Louis Cardinals are going to the World Series — not even Clayton Kershaw could stop them this year. Beltran and the Cardinals stunned the Dodgers’ ace with a four-run third inning, Wacha was again magnificent on the mound and St. Louis advanced to its second World Series in three seasons by roughing up the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 in Game 6 of the NL championship series Friday night. Wacha, a rookie, was selected MVP of the series after throwing 13 2-3 scoreless innings and beating Kershaw twice in the NLCS. Matt Carpenter sparked St. Louis’ big third inning with a one-out double on the 11th pitch of his atbat. Beltran singled him home and the Cardinals quickly removed all the suspense surrounding a team that squandered a 3-1 series lead in the NLCS last fall against San Francisco. “I’m so happy right now. We did it as a team,” Beltran said. “We fought hard, we worked hard all season long and thank god we’re here.” Game 1 of the World Series is Wednesday at the winner of the ALCS between the Boston Red Sox

and Detroit Tigers. The Cardinals won their 19th NL pennant and will be trying for their third title since 2006, last winning in 2011. The glamorous Dodgers, with the second-highest payroll in baseball at $220 million, failed to reach the World Series for the first time since winning it all in 1988. After losing Game 5 in Los Angeles, the Cardinals turned to Wacha once again. The right-hander was even better in outpitching Kershaw for the second time this series. It was 52 degrees at game time, a 23-degree drop from the Kershaw-Wacha matchup in Game 2 six days earlier, and Kershaw never warmed up. The top NL CY Young Award candidate was knocked out of a start for the first time this season without finishing the fifth. Beltran had three hits and drove in two runs while facing Kershaw and made a spectacular catch in right field, helping him advance to the World Series for the first time in his 16-year career. Perhaps showing the Cardinals weren’t stressed by the possibility of a second straight postseason meltdown, Games 1 and 5 starter Joe Kelly had a post-national anthem staredown against Dodgers reserve outfielder Scott Van Slyke

that was broken up by a fed-up home plate umpire Greg Gibson after several minutes. Kelly blinked first, all in good fun but, when it counted, St. Louis wouldn’t budge. The Cardinals jumped on Kershaw in the third, batting around. After Wacha grounded out, Carpenter doubled in a gritty at-bat. Beltran singled him home for the game’s first run. With two outs, Yadier Molina added an RBI single, Shane Robinson drove in two runs with a single in his first career postseason start after replacing slumping Jon Jay — and advanced to second base on Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig’s first of two errors in the Cardinals’ big innings. The Cuban defector also struck out twice and was booed heartily. Hanley Ramirez, a last-minute addition to the Dodgers’ lineup, went 0 for 3 while playing with a broken rib. Kershaw needed 48 pitches, the most pitches of his career in one inning, in the third. He took exception one pitch in particular, complaining to plate umpire Greg Gibson after Matt Adams’ fullcount walk loaded the bases. The Dodgers bench also was vocal after the call on a pitch that may have been an inch or two low of the strike zone.

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Howard caught a 16-yard pass and Johnson grabbed a 14-yard reception to move the ball into the red zone. The Lions will face another run-oriented team in Lampasas next week, which suffered a 58-57 overtime loss against Llano Friday night. In other 8-3A action, Burnet pummeled Gatesville, 45-0. Through two district games, Liberty Hill (6-1, 2-0) is alone atop the 8-3A standings followed by the Lions (3-4, 1-1), Burnet (5-2, 1-1), Llano (3-4, 1-1), Gatesville (3-4, 1-1) and Lampasas (2-5, 0-2).

CONTINUED FROM 1B plays, and the score right before the half really hurt us.” Brownwood, meanwhile, finished with 336 yards — 217 passing and 119 rushing — but a lack of consistency plagued the Lions. “We left some points on the board and we didn’t really execute very well on offense in the first half,” Howard said. “Then in the third quarter we struggled again, must like we did last week. As the half went on, we did some good things, we just have to do them better.” Chris Keesee completed 15 of 33 passes for 217 yards with a pair of touchdown passes to Connor Howard, who caught a teamhigh six passes for 94 yards. Braxton Kilgo rushed for a team-high 51 yards and a touchdown. On the opening possession of the game, the Lions failed to score despite starting at the Liberty Hill 48. The Panthers then moved 63 yards in 13 plays before the drive stalled at the Brownwood 7, where Lucas Rizzotto booted a 24-yard field goal. The Lions’ next possession ended in four plays, and Liberty Hill needed just three snaps to travel 47 yards as quarterback Tyler Vickers scored on a 43-yard keeper to stretch the Panthers’ advantage to 10-0 with 3:08 left in the opening period. Brownwood finally got on the board 1:25 into the second quarter as a short

——— LIBERTY HILL 31, LIONS 20 SCORE BY QUARTERS Liberty Hill 10 7 7 7 - 31 0 6 - 20 Brownwood 0 14

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Ceth Hardy (1), flanked by Bryan Johnson (17) and Dalton Simmons (25), and the rest of the Lion kick returners had another solid game, but were unable to reach the end zone against Liberty Hill. three-play, 53-yard drive culminated with Howard scoring on a 19-yard bubble screen from Keesee, closing the gap to 10-7. Liberty Hill mustered just one first down over its next two possessions, while the Lions began at their own 30 with 3:19 left in the half and moved 70 yards in 2:14 to take their only lead. A 30-yard end around by Howard moved the ball into Liberty Hill territory, and Kilgo rushed for 14 yards on

three carries to set up Keesee’s 17-yard scoring toss to Howard on a deep slant at the goal line. Brownwood’s lead, however, lasted just two plays as, after stuffing Hunter Lindsay on first down, Barrios broke free for the 78-yard go-ahead touchdown. Bryan Johnson returned the ensuing kickoff 70 yards for the Lions, but was wrestled down at the Liberty Hill 20 as time expired. The Panthers’ 10-play,

66-yard trek to start the second half ended with a 3-yard carry by Fromme at the 7:33 mark of the third period. The biggest play of the drive, however, was a 41yard scamper by Ferrell. Liberty Hill stretched its lead to 31-14 with 7:18 left on a 41-yard run by Fromme, and to that point Brownwood had generated just 31 yards in the half — and 28 came on a completion from Keesee to Howard. Down 17, the Lions of-

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fense finally began to move again. Keesee passes of 27 yards to Kaimon Ontiveros and 17 yards to Ceth Hardy helped moved the ball into Liberty Hill territory, but Abraham Oviedo’s 42-yard field goal attempt with a stiff north wind behind him was blocked. After stopping Liberty Hill on a fake punt attempt with 3:38 remaining, the Lions traveled 48 yards in four plays as Kilgo scored on a 3-yard carry with 2:36 to go.

SCORING SUMMARY L: Lucas Rizzotto 24 FG, 5:33, 1st L: Tyler Vickers 43 run (Rizzotto kick), 3:08, 1st B: Connor Howard 19 pass from Chris Keesee (Abraham Oviedo kick), 10:35, 2nd B: Howard 17 pass from Keesee (Oviedo kick), 1:05, 2nd L: Nick Barrios 78 run (Rizzotto kick), 0:12, 2nd L: Will Fromme 3 run (Rizzotto kick), 7:33, 3rd L: Fromme 41 run (Rizzotto kick), 7:18, 4th B: Braxton Kilgo 3 run (kick failed), 2:36, 4th TEAM STATS L B First Downs 16 20 448 336 Total Offense Rushes-Yards 61-448 26-119 Passing Yards 0 217 0-2-0 15-33-0 C-A-I Fumbles Lost 0 1 7-55 3-20 Penalties 4-36.0 5-27.0 Punts PLAYER STATS Rushing L: Will Fromme 27-190, Nick Barrios 6-103, Cory Ferrell 16-92, Tyler Vickers 5-58. B: Braxton Kilgo 15-51, Connor Howard 3-42, Kaimon Ontiveros 1-15, Chris Keesee 6-10, Journey Buitron 1-1. Passing L: Vickers 0-2-0-0 B: Keesee 15-33-0-217 Receiving L: None B: Connor Howard 6-94, Ontiveros 3-38, Bryan Johnson 2-31, Ceth Hardy 2-24, Isaac Sanchez 1-17, Kilgo 1-13.

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Saturday, October 19, 2013

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ON DECK

BIG 12 FOOTBALL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19

TCU looks to spring upset at Oklahoma St.

College Football Howard Payne at Mississippi College 1 p.m. College Volleyball Howard Payne vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor 2 p.m. (at Abilene) Women’s/Men’s College Soccer Howard Payne at UT-Tyler 4/6 p.m.

FIGURES MLB PLAYOFFS

American League Championship Series DETROIT vs. BOSTON Game 1: Saturday, Oct. 12 Detroit 1, Boston 0 Game 2: Sunday, Oct. 13 Boston 6, Detroit 5 Game 3: Tuesday, Oct. 15 Boston 1, Detroit 0 Game 4: Wednesday, Oct. 16 Detroit 7, Boston 3 Game 5: Thursday, Oct. 17 Boston 4, Detroit 3 — BOS up 3-2 Game 6: Saturday, Oct. 19 Detroit (Scherzer 21-3) at Boston (Buchholz 12-1), 3:37 p.m. Game 7 (if needed): Sunday, Oct. 20 Detroit at Boston, 7:07 p.m. ——— National League Championship Series ST. LOUIS vs. LOS ANGELES Game 1: Friday, Oct. 11 St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2, 13 innings Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 12 St. Louis 1, Los Angeles 0 Game 3: Monday, Oct. 14 Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 0 Game 4: Tuesday, Oct. 15 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2 Game 5: Wednesday, Oct. 16 Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 4 Game 6: Friday, Oct. 18 St. Louis 9, Los Angeles 0 ST. LOUIS ADVANCES TO WORLD SERIES

AP TOP 25 FOOTBALL

Thursday’s Game #10 Miami 27, North Carolina 23 Friday’s Game Central Florida 38, #8 Louisville 35 Saturday’s Games #1 Alabama vs. Arkansas, 6 p.m. #2 Oregon vs. Washington State, 9 p.m. #3 Clemson vs. #5 Florida State, 7 p.m. #4 Ohio State vs. Iowa, 2:30 p.m. #6 LSU at Mississippi, 6 p.m. #7 Texas A&M vs. #24 Auburn, 2:30 p.m. #9 UCLA at #13 Stanford, 2:30 p.m. #11 South Carolina at Tennessee, 11 a.m. #12 Baylor vs. Iowa State, 6 p.m. #14 Missouri vs. #22 Florida, 11:15 a.m. #15 Georgia at Vanderbilt, 11 a.m. #16 Texas Tech at West Virginia, 11 a.m. #17 Fresno State at UNLV, 9 p.m. #18 Oklahoma at Kansas, 2:30 p.m. #19 Virginia Tech, idle #20 Washington at Arizona State, 5 p.m. #21 Oklahoma State vs. TCU, 11 a.m. #23 Northern Illinois at Central Michigan #25 Wisconsin at Illinois, 7 p.m.

NFL STANDINGS

AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Division W L T PF PA New England 5 1 0 125 97 Miami 3 2 0 114 117 3 3 0 104 135 N.Y. Jets Buffalo 2 4 0 136 157 South Division 4 2 0 148 98 Indianapolis 3 3 0 128 115 Tennessee 2 4 0 106 177 Houston Jacksonville 0 6 0 70 198 North Division Cincinnati 4 2 0 121 111 Baltimore 3 3 0 134 129 3 3 0 118 125 Cleveland Pittsburgh 1 4 0 88 116 West Division Kansas City 6 0 0 152 65 Denver 6 0 0 265 158 San Diego 3 3 0 144 138 Oakland 2 4 0 105 132 ——— NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Division W L T PF PA Dallas 3 3 0 183 152 Philadelphia 3 3 0 166 179 Washington 1 4 0 107 143 N.Y. Giants 0 6 0 103 209 South Division New Orleans 5 1 0 161 103 Carolina 2 3 0 109 68 Atlanta 1 4 0 122 134 Tampa Bay 0 5 0 64 101 North Division 4 2 0 162 140 Detroit Chicago 4 2 0 172 161 3 2 0 137 114 Green Bay Minnesota 1 4 0 125 158 West Division Seattle 6 1 0 191 116 San Francisco 4 2 0 145 118 St. Louis 3 3 0 141 154 Arizona 3 4 0 133 161 ——— Sunday’s Texas Games Dallas at Philadelphia, Noon Houston at Kansas City, 3:25 p.m.

BY JOHN TRANCHINA ASSOCIATED PRESS

May wins district championship CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The May Tigers cross country team captured the District 13-A championship Wednesday at Water Valley. Team members include (from left) Matthew Blankenship, Isaac Williams (placed second with a personal best time of 16:09.58), Joshua McFarland, Kelton Mote (placed ninth with a personal best time of 17:25.42), Christian Lopez (placed third with a personal best time of 16:11.60), Justin Howard and Eli Williams (placed sixth with a personal best time of 16:54.84). The regional meet will be held Nov. 2. in Arlington.

BIG 12 FOOTBALL

Quarterback health an issue for Tech, WVU BY JOHN RABY AP SPORTS WRITER

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Keeping quarterbacks healthy has been a challenge so far this season for No. 16 Texas Tech and West Virginia. Neither team’s coach has yet to disclose which signal caller will start when the Red Raiders (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) play the Mountaineers (3-3, 1-2) for the first time in Morgantown on Saturday. The Red Raiders’ Kliff Kingsbury hasn’t indicated whether Davis Webb will get his second start or if Baker Mayfield will return from injury. Both are freshmen. West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen said he’ll make a game-time decision Saturday on his starter. Florida State transfer Clint Trickett started the last two games but had been bothered by a sore throwing shoulder. The Mountaineers are coming off a bye week after stumbling at No. 12 Baylor 73-42 two weeks ago. During the break, Trickett was healthy enough to go dove and quail hunting last weekend in Tallahassee, Fla. Paul Millard and Ford Childress also have started two games apiece. Millard is available, but Holgorsen said Childress is out indefinitely with a torn pectoral muscle. Mayfield, who’s averaging 298 yards passing per game, twisted his right knee two weeks ago in a win at Kansas. Webb threw for 415 yards and three touchdowns in his starting debut, a 42-35 win over Iowa State last week. Also in the mix is redshirt sophomore Michael Brewer, who’s played one game and has yet to attempt a pass. “We’ll see if we have all three available this week,” Kingsbury said. “We’ll get as many reps to each guy as we can, and play the one that we feel gives us the best chance to win a game every week.” While Mayfield and Webb have thrived, none of West Virginia’s quarterbacks have consistently moved the offense in the postGeno Smith era. But they could use some help. “We are still trying to figure out how to do things well, instead of getting to a point offensively where you’re trying to focus on what the defense is doing and how to attack it successfully,” Holgorsen said. “With an

average offense and a lot of inexperience at key positions, it is tough to get first downs on second-and-5, let alone third-and-5.” Here are things to watch for as the Red Raiders prepare to play the Mountaineers: COACH vs. COACH: Kingsbury and Holgorsen are going head-to-head for the first time as coaches. Kingsbury was the Red Raiders’ quarterback from 1999-02. Holgorsen was the team’s wide receivers coach from 2000-04 and added offensive coordinator duties from 2005-07. They were assistant coaches under Kevin Sumlin at Houston. Kingsbury credits Holgorsen for securing a job at Houston for him in 2008 and the pair ended up living together. “I have a ton of respect for him and I wouldn’t be here right now if it weren’t for him,” Kingsbury said. RUNNING CHALLENGE: Texas Tech has the Big 12’s second-best offense but is averaging just 135 yards rushing per game. The Red Raiders had a season-high 251 yards rushing last week, with DeAndre Washington, Kenny Williams and Sadale Foster each gaining at least 80. West Virginia’s Charles Sims, who’s fourth in the conference at 80 yards per game, will go up against a Texas Tech defense that leads the Big 12 in the fewest yards rushing with an average of 113. STILL SMARTING D: West Virginia was the last team in the Big 12 to have a bye week and the Mountaineers needed it to try to forget the defensive disaster at Baylor. The 73 points and 864 yards surrendered to the Bears plummeted West Virginia to next-to-last in the conference ahead of Iowa State in scoring defense and total defense. “I felt we took two steps backward against Baylor,” said defensive coordinator Keith Patterson. “Now, we just kind of hit the restart button and are trying to get off on the right foot again.” UNSPECIAL TEAMS: Texas Tech allowed a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown last week, and a punt went off a Red Raiders player that Iowa State recovered and the Cyclones scored a few plays later. Kingsbury said he’s made some lineup changes on special teams. “Hopefully we’ll get that fixed this week,” he said.

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State has already lost to a supposedly inferior opponent coming out of a bye week and is determined not to let it happen again. Following their second break in a month, the No. 21 Cowboys (4-1, 1-1 Big 12) hope to avoid the inconsistency that plagued their 30-21 defeat at West Virginia Sept. 28 when TCU (3-3, 1-2) visits on Saturday during homecoming weekend. But while the Horned Frogs’ record looks average, it is misleading, as they’ve already played three teams ranked in the top 25 and their stellar defense hasn’t allowed more than 20 points in a game since their season-opening loss to LSU. “I don’t think their record exemplifies the type of team they are,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said of TCU. “They are playing real well on defense. They are trying to run the football and spread you out to throw it a little bit on offense and they have a good return game. We definitely have our work cut out for us.” TCU coach Gary Patterson considers Oklahoma State a stiff challenge, noting that the Cowboys have also been performing well defensively, ranking 19th in the nation in yards allowed per play (4.69), while the Frogs are 18th (4.65). “They’re playing very well on defense, they’ve been doing enough to win a lot more games than they’ve lost,” Patterson said of OSU. “A couple of plays here and there for us, and instead of us being 3-3, we could be 5-1. You’ve just got to find a way to make those five or six plays, and right now, Oklahoma State’s been able to do that in key situations and we haven’t.” Five things to watch as Oklahoma State tries to win its 21st straight game at home against an unranked opponent: SLOW-STARTING FROGS: TCU has led at halftime only once in its first six games, and was tied one other time. The Frogs have scored 44 points total in the first half, while scoring 58 points in the third quarter of games and 65 points in the fourth. “We’ve got to play the first half like we play the second half,” Patterson said. “We’ve got to have a sense of urgency and we’ve got to get ready to play.” WELCOME BACK FROGS: This is the second straight year TCU, in its second Big 12 season, is visiting Stillwater because they inherited Texas A&M’s conference schedule. OSU and A&M had swapped 2011 and 2012 home games before the Aggies left for the SEC. Last year, the Frogs jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead, but Oklahoma State rallied to win 36-14. FRESH TURNOVERS: The turnover battle, as usual, will be crucial to the outcome. After turning the ball over three times at West Virginia, the Cowboys lost the ball just once in their last game, a 33-29 win over Kansas State, while generating five takeaways themselves. “That’s the key thing for our defense,” OSU linebacker Shaun Lewis said. “We want to go out, force turnovers and give our offense the ball.” The Horned Frogs are coming off a game in which they surrendered the ball five times (three fumbles, two interceptions) but still defeated Kansas 2717. JUST CHILL OUT: Horned Frogs quarterback Trevone Boykin won three Big 12 road games as a freshman starter last season, but is 0-2 in those games this year. “The main thing is just to take a step back and chill out,” Patterson said. “He’s got to slow down and make sure we get that accomplished, and the rest of the group has to help him.” KICK START: After connecting on just one field goal in four attempts through Oklahoma State’s first four games, including two crucial misses in the West Virginia loss, freshman kicker Ben Grogan booted four field goals against K-State, while the only one he missed was blocked.

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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD CLASS 5A Abilene Cooper 42, Amarillo Tascosa 24 Allen 77, Plano West 37 Arlington 34, Arlington Houston 17 Arlington Bowie 48, Arlington Lamar 17 Arlington Martin 45, North Crowley 8 Austin Akins 28, Austin High 20 Austin Westlake 55, Del Valle 14 Beaumont West Brook 52, Channelview 35 Brownsville Lopez 39, Brownsville Porter 0 CC Carroll 38, CC King 17 Cedar Hill 57, Grand Prairie 6 Cibolo Steele 49, SA South San Antonio 7 Coppell 45, Lewisville Flower Mound 3 Copperas Cove 41, Belton 14 Cypress Fairbanks 38, Cypress Springs 7 Cypress Ridge 24, Cypress Creek 21, OT Dallas Jesuit 48, Richardson Lake Highlands 20 Dallas Skyline 60, Dallas Sunset 0 Deer Park 14, La Porte 7 DeSoto 62, Midlothian 42 Dickinson 37, Clear Brook 19 Edinburg 13, La Joya 0 Edinburg Vela 44, La Joya Palmview 24 EP Eastwood 45, EP Bel Air 2 EP Franklin 56, EP Americas 42 Fort Bend Dulles 45, Fort Bend Kempner 27 Galena Park North Shore 51, Baytown Sterling 0 Garland Rowlett 26, South Garland 10 Garland Sachse 24, Garland 10 Grapevine 51, Carrollton Turner 21 Hewitt Midway 58, Killeen 20 Irving Nimitz 31, Irving MacArthur 14 Keller Central 13, Keller Fossil Ridge 9 Keller Timber Creek 30, N. Richland Hills 24 Killeen Shoemaker 46, Killeen Harker Heights 23 Klein Collins 28, Spring Dekaney 21 Lake Travis 62, Austin Anderson 0 Laredo United South 28, Eagle Pass Winn 7 League City Clear Springs 41, Houston Clear Lake 21 Lewisville Hebron 31, Denton Ryan 17 Lewisville Marcus 13, Lewisville 6 Longview 49, Mesquite Horn 30 Lufkin 31, Bryan 19 Mansfield 35, Duncanville 24 Mansfield Timberview 14, South Grand Prairie 7 Manvel 55, Pasadena 13 McAllen 35, San Benito 28 McAllen Memorial 61, PSJA North 15 McKinney Boyd 24, Plano 23 Mesquite 34, North Mesquite 33 Midland Lee 34, Midland 28 Mission Sharyland 47, Donna 20 New Braunfels Canyon 45, SA Wagner 7 Pflugerville Hendrickson 34, Pflugerville 0 Plano East 35, McKinney 23 Richardson 47, Dallas White 14 Richardson Pearce 38, Richardson Berkner 12 Rockwall 43, Tyler Lee 33 Round Rock Cedar Ridge 41, Round Rock Westwood 32 Round Rock McNeil 34, Round Rock 16 SA Madison 52, SA Lee 7 SA Reagan 49, SA MacArthur 14 SA Southwest 41, SA East Central 21 San Angelo Central 43, Odessa Permian 7 Smithson Valley 45, Converse Judson 28 Southlake Carroll 63, Justin Northwest 21 Temple 63, Killeen Ellison 15 Weslaco 35, Weslaco East 21 CLASS 4A Aledo 91, FW Western Hills 0 Alice 55, CC Moody 18 Amarillo 63, Amarillo Caprock 21 Angleton 69, Freeport Brazosport 28 Austin Reagan 43, Austin Lanier 7 Austin Vandegrift 31, Marble Falls 27 Brenham 48, Bryan Rudder 24 Buda Hays 38, Schertz Clemens 28 Burleson 34, Crowley 21 Canutillo 49, EP Hanks 0 Canyon 49, Dumas 20 Carrollton Smith 42, North Forney 21 Castroville Medina Valley 48, SA McCollum 23 CC Calallen 58, Gregory-Portland 7 Cedar Park 39, Leander Rouse 14 Crosby 56, Houston King 14 Dayton 38, New Caney Porter 0 Denton 51, FW Brewer 16 Denton Guyer 66, Lake Dallas 3 Edcouch-Elsa 41, PSJA Southwest 8 Elgin 47, Pflugerville Connally 0 Ennis 56, Mansfield Legacy 18 EP Bowie 35, El Paso 14 EP Burges 13, EP Austin 6 EP Chapin 34, EP Andress 28 EP Irvin 7, EP Jefferson 2

EP Parkland 34, EP Riverside 14 Floresville 28, Uvalde 14 Fort Bend Marshall 45, Tomball Memorial 29 Friendswood 48, Baytown Goose Creek 7 Frisco 34, Frisco Liberty 7 FW Arlington Heights 54, FW Wyatt 21 Galena Park 40, Santa Fe 28 Georgetown 63, Bastrop Cedar Creek 0 Hallsville 35, Longview Pine Tree 13 Hereford 46, Lubbock 14 Houston Stratford 56, Houston Northbrook 0 Houston Wheatley 55, Houston Lee 6 Humble Summer Creek 27, Humble 11 Hutto 10, Bastrop 7 Kerrville Tivy 32, SA Alamo Heights 28 Lancaster 35, Mansfield Lake Ridge 34 Leander 36, Cedar Park Vista Ridge 21 Lewisville The Colony 28, Prosper 21 Livingston 19, Lumberton 6 Lucas Lovejoy 56, Denison 42 Magnolia West 21, Huntsville 6 Manor 68, Georgetown East View 20 Mansfield Summit 39, Red Oak 37 Marshall 48, Mount Pleasant 41 Mercedes 44, Pharr Valley View 3 Mesquite Poteet 40, Carrollton Creekview 10 Mission Memorial 21, Roma 20 N. Richland Hills Birdville 46, Saginaw 3 Nacogdoches 48, Corsicana 41 Nederland 21, Port Neches-Groves 17 Richmond George Ranch 35, Rosenberg Lamar 28 Rosenberg Terry 70, Bay City 14 SA Edison 14, SA Burbank 6 SA Harlandale 42, SA Memorial 23 SA Highlands 41, SA Jefferson 22 SA Kennedy 21, SA Southside 6 San Angelo Lake View 26, Plainview 20 Sherman 41, Royse City 17 Terrell 35, Forney 28 Texarkana Texas 43, Sulphur Springs 7 Texas City 55, Galveston Ball 25 Tyler 49, Lindale 17 Victoria East 46, Beeville Jones 14 Waco 42, Waco University 0 WF Rider 17, Azle 14 Whitehouse 70, Jacksonville 21 Wolfforth Frenship 43, Lubbock Monterey 20 Wylie 38, McKinney North 24 Wylie East 48, Greenville 6 CLASS 3A Athens 28, Van 23 Atlanta 41, Texarkana Pleasant Grove 21 Big Spring 42, Snyder 14 Bonham 34, Anna 19 Bridge City 20, Hamshire-Fannett 17 Burnet 45, Gatesville 0 Canton 35, Mabank 28 Carthage 55, Center 3 Celina 45, Frisco Lone Star 10 China Spring 42, West 24 Clint 28, Fort Stockton 13 Columbus 21, Needville 10 Dalhart 28, Borger 14 Dallas Roosevelt 28, Wilmer-Hutchins 16 Decatur 41, Krum 14 El Campo 20, Wharton 0 Fabens 42, Clint Mountain View 18 Fairfield 55, Groesbeck 7 Fischer Canyon Lake 27, Bandera 6 Fredericksburg 60, Boerne 22 Gainesville 35, Sanger 21 Geronimo Navarro 24, Wimberley 14 Gonzales 12, Giddings 7 Graham 45, Iowa Park 3 Henderson 28, Longview Spring Hill 23 Hidalgo 20, Rio Hondo 12 Hondo 32, Crystal City 15 Houston Yates 20, Houston Furr 13 Ingleside 54, CC West Oso 7 Jasper 55, Diboll 7 Kaufman 32, Quinlan Ford 7 Kilgore 24, Gladewater 6 La Marque 58, KIPP Sunnyside 0 Lake Worth 16, Mineral Wells 6 Levelland 41, Andrews 20 Liberty Hill 31, Brownwood 20 Llano 58, Lampasas 57, OT Lorena 32, Waco La Vega 9 Lubbock Cooper 41, Seminole 0 Lytle 22, Carrizo Springs 0 Mineola 35, Brownsboro 28 Monahans 25, Abilene Wylie 7 Palestine 52, Rusk 0 Pampa 24, Amarillo River Road 0 Paris 41, Pittsburg 13 Pecos 59, Anthony 6 Port Isabel 62, La Feria 14

Robinson 58, Waco Connally 55 Rockdale 33, Madisonville 21 Rockport-Fulton 31, Robstown 27 Shallowater 37, Lubbock Estacado 21 Sinton 35, Orange Grove 27 Springtown 56, FW Castleberry 8 Stephenville 41, Alvarado 7 Sweetwater 54, Midland Greenwood 29 Taylor 27, Caldwell 21 Texarkana Liberty-Eylau 34, Paris North Lamar 24 Tyler Chapel Hill 56, Bullard 7 Vernon 28, WF Hirschi 8 West Orange-Stark 38, Orangefield 14 Wills Point 50, Crandall 49 Yoakum 41, Cuero 20 CLASS 2A Abernathy 30, Floydada 0 Alpine 47, Big Lake Reagan County 14 Alvord 29, Holliday 7 Amarillo Highland Park 21, Sanford-Fritch 14 Anahuac 46, Warren 13 Arp 47, Gladewater Union Grove 10 Bangs 35, Early 18 Banquete 21, Santa Gertrudis Academy 14 Blanco 35, Jarrell 16 Brady 13, Ingram Moore 7 Brownfield 21, Slaton 14 Bruceville-Eddy 24, Moody 18 Buffalo 21, Hearne 13 Bushland 41, Muleshoe 35 Caddo Mills 12, Howe 7 Callisburg 27, Ponder 13 Cameron Yoe 55, McGregor 13 Canadian 40, Spearman 12 Centerville 58, Riesel 12 Childress 23, Friona 20 Cisco 47, Coleman 7 Clarksville 42, Paris Chisum 7 Clyde 24, Dublin 7 Cooper 38, Alba-Golden 6 Crane 41, Stanton 21 Crawford 42, Rosebud-Lott 35 Daingerfield 46, Pattonville Prairiland 0 Denver City 35, Idalou 21 Dilley 61, Cotulla 2 East Bernard 73, Wallis Brazos 0 Edgewood 55, Como-Pickton 0 Edna 44, Vanderbilt Industrial 6 El Maton Tidehaven 41, Hitchcock 6 Franklin 49, Elkhart 21 Frankston 42, Hawkins 21 Freer 52, Skidmore-Tynan 14 Goliad 38, SA Brooks 20 Grandview 44, Red Oak Life 3 Gunter 41, Tom Bean 7 Hallettsville 41, Altair Rice 12 Hamilton 22, Colorado City 20 Hawley 13, Ballinger 7 Hempstead 54, Palacios 0 Hughes Springs 47, Linden-Kildare 0 Jacksboro 37, Henrietta 16 Jefferson 26, Gladewater Sabine 14 Jourdanton 28, Goliad 23 Karnes City 29, Natalia 20 Kirbyville 27, East Chambers 17 Lago Vista 35, Marlin 14 Lexington 21, Universal City Randolph 14 Little River Academy 41, Florence 6 Littlefield 54, Dimmitt 0 Lone Oak 40, Quitman 34 Luling 19, SA Cole 0 Malakoff 53, Kemp 7 Mathis 42, Bishop 27 Merkel 68, Tuscola Jim Ned 19 Mount Vernon 21, Queen City 20 New London West Rusk 35, Winona 28 Newton 22, Kountze 20 Nixon-Smiley 35, Bloomington 8 Nocona 56, WF City View 21 Odem 41, San Diego 29 Olton 32, Lubbock Roosevelt 28 Omaha Pewitt 56, New Diana 25 Ore City 19, De Kalb 14 Pilot Point 50, Paradise 2 Post 42, Tulia 14 Poth 13, Stockdale 12 Pottsboro 20, Commerce 6 Redwater 35, Hooks 27 Refugio 51, Hebbronville 0 Rice 19, Millsap 9 Rogers 48, Schulenburg 12 Santa Rosa 23, Falfurrias 7 Sonora 35, Coahoma 13 Sunnyvale 28, Van Alstyne 21 Taft 68, Riviera Kaufer 6 Tatum 35, Troup 21 Teague 62, Palestine Westwood 7

SHOWDOWN CONTINUED FROM 1B No. 45 (linebacker Landon Beck) was killing us out there in the second quarter. We started checking off to run away from him in the third quarter. We started blocking better in the third quarter, too.” Down 25-18, Early drove to a first down at the Bangs 27 before Jake Gravell caused a fumble that William Roberts recovered for the Dragons. Bangs then put away the game with a 13-play drive that expired 5:39 of the clock. Seth Ross carried seven times for 44 yards to lead the way. Newton finished the 70-yard drive with a 10-yard touchdown run to extend the Dragons’ lead to 32-18 with 9:19 to play. The Dragons’ defense limited Early to 54 total yards in the second half. Meanwhile Ross and Gravell combined to rush for 115 yards in the second half for Bangs. Bangs led 19-18 at the end of a first half in which the Dragons scored 19 points in the first quarter and the Longhorns answered with 18 points in the second quarter. On Bangs’ first posses-

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The Bangs Dragons defense limited Early to 237 yards of total offense and recovered three fumbles. sion, Newton ran three times for 37 yards and threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Castillo to stake the Dragons to a quick 7-0 lead. Later in the first quarter, Newton completed a 34-yard catch-and-run pass to Josh Truelove. On the following play, Newton ran a draw 15 yards through the middle of Early’s defense as Bangs extended its lead to 13-0 with 1:35 left in the first quarter. When the north wind

hit, Bangs put up a defensive stand and used all its timeouts to force Early to put into the wind. The punt covered only 10 yards, giving the Dragons the ball at the Longhorns’ 37. On second-and-11, Newton threw in the end zone for Shaw, who was covered by an Early defender. However, Shaw fought through the defender and managed a diving catch on a low throw for a touchdown, and Bangs led 19-0 on the final play of the first quarter.

Early stormed back in the second quarter as Reno threw three touchdown passes — two to Chris Johnston and one to Colin Walker. The Longhorns quarterback continually converted passes on third and fourth down during the second period. On third-and-8, Reno threw a lob pass down the sideline that Johnston hauled in over a Bangs defender and turned into a 68-yard touchdown, pulling Early within 19-6 with 7:30

Tolar 49, Corsicana Mildred 0 Trinity 42, Crockett 29 Troy 42, Salado 32 Van Vleck 37, Boling 6 Waskom 60, Elysian Fields 13 White Oak 46, Big Sandy Harmony (Gilmer) 14 Whitesboro 43, Bowie 7 Whitney 44, Maypearl 22 Winnsboro 21, Eustace 14 CLASS A Albany 63, Roby 12 Anson 62, Winters 22 Anton 54, Lubbock Harmony 6 Bartlett 34, Snook 12 Beckville 41, Timpson 34 Benavides 36, Agua Dulce 34 Bosqueville 28, Jewett Leon 3 Bruni 28, La Pryor 22 Burton 46, Granger 14 Cayuga 56, Itasca 0 Crosbyton 48, Smyer 6 Cross Plains 36, Baird 18 De Leon 28, Santo 14 Detroit 21, Cumby 7 Era 42, Electra 21 Farwell 34, Morton 0 Flatonia 21, Weimar 7 Frost 41, Wortham 12 Fruitvale 26, Laird Hill Leverett’s Chapel 22 Ganado 56, Yorktown 21 Goldthwaite 28, Santo 14 Grapeland 14, Cushing 6 Hamlin 60, Gorman 0 Harleton 20, Price Carlisle 17 Honey Grove 42, Tyler All Saints 36 Italy 41, Malakoff Cross Roads 30 Joaquin 45, Big Sandy 14 Junction 34, Center Point 13 Kenedy 35, Three Rivers 20 La Villa 68, Ben Bolt 8 Lasara 28, Pharr Oratory 16 Lindsay 41, Chico 6 Lingleville 69, Cherokee 22 Mart 59, Axtell 6 Mason 40, Ozona 18 Maud 41, Gilmer Union Hill 0 Memphis 40, Stinnett West Texas 0 Meridian 21, Dawson 6 Milano 50, Somerville 21 Muenster 36, Perrin-Whitt 0 Munday 26, Petrolia 0 New Deal 60, Hale Center 14 Pineland West Sabine 28, Alto 10 Quanah 34, Archer City 29 Quinlan Boles 28, Simms Bowie 22 Roscoe 46, Ranger 36 Runge 21, Louise 14 San Augustine 69, Shelbyville 41 Santa Maria 24, Monte Alto 20 Savoy 62, Lakeland Christian Academy 12 Seagraves 55, Plains 14 Seymour 55, Windthorst 7 Springlake-Earth 27, Sudan 7 Stamford 53, Haskell 7 Stratford 38, Sunray 28 Sundown 33, Tahoka 12 Tenaha 41, Mount Enterprise 7 Valley View 43, Blue Ridge 22 White Deer 51, Briscoe Fort Elliott 6 Wolfe City 27, Celeste 26 Woodsboro 52, Pettus 20 SIX-MAN Apple Springs 60, Bryan Harmony 13 Balmorhea 44, Imperial Buena Vista 30 Crowell 52, Throckmorton 44 Eden 50, Veribest 0 Gordon 59, Moran 0 Grandfalls-Royalty 48, Dell City 0 Guthrie 49, Silverton 0 Jonesboro 64, Sidney 14 Kopperl 86, Penelope 39 Ladonia Fannindel 50, Bloomburg 0 Lometa 46, Zephyr 31 Loraine 67, EP Faith Christian 18 McLean 39, Nazareth 33 Miami 71, Hart 42 New Home 43, O’Donnell 35 Paducah 53, Kress 0 Rankin 56, Rotan 18 Rochelle 37, Santa Anna 27 Ropesville Ropes 62, Meadow 30 Sanderson 60, Sierra Blanca 14 Spur 46, Aspermont 28 Sterling City 60, Paint Rock 14 Trent 66, Afton Patton Springs 6 Turkey Valley 72, Petersburg 24 Water Valley 60, Follett 54

left before halftime. After a defensive stop and a short Bangs punt, Early took over at the Dragons’ 26-yard line. A pass-interference penalty against the Dragons gave the Longhorns a first down at the Bangs 11. On thirdand-10, Reno threw short for Walker, who maneuvered around two Bangs defenders and scored on an 11-yard pass to pull Early within 19-12 with 2:21 left before halftime. Three plays after the ensuing kickoff, Early’s Kellan Jackson’s interception and 17-yard return gave the Longhorns the ball at the Dragons’ 17. On third-and-10, Reno threw a 13-yard pass to Nick Alcorta for a first down. After spiking the ball to stop the clock, Reno tossed a 4-yard lob pass to Johnston for the touchdown, and Early was within 19-18 at the half. “We got a little momentum when No. 4 (Newton) went to the bench for a while (with the ankle injury), and we got things to go our way there in the second quarter,” Early coach Kent Hawthorne said. “It just seems like every time we get somebody going this year, they get injured. “We made a lot of mistakes tonight — things like

lining up right. It’s tough when you’re in your first year with a new team. We’re still trying to work out the kinks and see who can play where.”

——— BANGS 35, EARLY 18 Early Bangs

SCORE BY QUARTERS 0 18 0 0 - 18 19 0 6 10 - 35

SCORING SUMMARY B: Cameron Castillo 23 pass from J.T. Newton (Carlos Mejia kick), 8:26, 1st B: Newton 15 run (kick failed), 1:35, 1st B: Tanner Shaw 38 pass from Newton (run failed), 0:00, 1st E: Chris Johnston 68 pass from Bubba Reno (kick failed), 7:30, 2nd E: Colin Walker 11 pass from Reno (pass failed), 2:21, 2nd E: Johnston 4 pass from Reno (pass failed), 0:12, 2nd B: Shaw 13 pass from Newton (kick failed), 4:56, 3rd B: Newton 10 run (Mejia kick), 9:19, 4th B: Mejia 38 FG, 0:27, 4th TEAM STATS E B First Downs 11 23 Total Offense 237 409 Rushes-Yards 30-34 45-180 Passing Yards 203 229 C-A-I 13-28-0 14-24-2 Fumbles Lost 3 0 Penalties 3-30 10-97 Punts 3-29 3-20 PLAYER STATS Rushing E: Leonel Espinosa 14-22, Charlie Tongate 3-8, Nick Alcorta 7-7, Kellan Jackson 1-3, Riley Mitchell 2-2, Bubba Reno 3-(-)8 B: Jake Gravell 10-66, Seth Ross 18-58, J.T. Newton 13-47, Clay Funderburg 3-16, Team 1-(-)7. Passing E: Reno 13-27-0-203, Alcorta 0-1-0-0 B: Newton 13-23-2-224, Frankie Smith 1-1-0-5. Receiving E: Chris Johnston 6-123, Alcorta 3-35, Kellan Jackson 2-28, Colin Walker 2-17 B: Tanner Shaw 6-108, Josh Truelove 6-82, Cameron Castillo 1-23, Gravell 1-16


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LIONS CONTINUED FROM 1B “Kaimon’s very explosive and we’re glad to get him back to full strength,” said Lions head coach Chuck Howard. “He’s been injured off and on, so this was the first time all year he was healthy. When we get everybody healthy, we’ve got four or five kids on offense that can make you pay, and he certainly did tonight. He had a tremendous game and has been a tremendous leader for us.” Ontiveros wasn’t the only Lion to return a kick for a touchdown as Johnson opened the scoring for Brownwood at 8:24 of the first period with an 81-yard sprint to the end zone — his second special teams score of the season. “We spend a lot of time on special teams and we’ve had a lot of success with our kick returns,” Howard said. “The kids take a lot of pride in what we do and the returns have been great to us all year. Special teams has benefitted us many times, including tonight.” The Lions’ two kick returns for touchdowns, along with three turnovers forced by the defense and a season-low 345 yards allowed to Burnet (4-2, 0-1), made up for the 214 yards of total offense — including only 50 in the second half, with negative 19 yards in the third period — that Brownwood (3-3, 1-0) produced. “Without a doubt that was our best defensive performance against a very good offensive team,” Howard said. “They’d been putting up a lot of points and yards and we did a tremendous job defending them. We’re coming around and steadily improving, but it’s obvious we still have a lot to work on. “Offensively, the third quarter was a little disappointing, but you have to give credit to Burnet. They kept us pinned inside the 50 most of the second half. We just couldn’t get anything going there for a while and had a hard time protecting (quarterback) Chris (Keesee). But we found a way to win.” Brownwood led 27-14 at halftime behind Johnson’s kick return and scoring connections of 15 and 72 yards from Keesee — who completed 18 of 23 passes for 153 yards — to Ontiveros. After generating 164 yards in the first half, the Lions offense was nonexistent until midway through the fourth period, failing to gain positive yardage or a first down. That allowed Burnet to reclaim a 28-27 lead with 8:04 to go on the second touchdown run by Trenton Hafley, who finished with 113 yards on the ground. Trailing for the first time since 1:18 remained in the opening period, the Lions offense finally came back to life. The Lions traveled 56 yards in 13 plays, converting a critical fourth and

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14 as Ontiveros caught a 15-yard curl from Keesee and stepped out of bounds at the Burnet 17. Four plays later, Abraham Oviedo booted a 37-yard field goal that pushed Brownwood in front, 30-28, with 2:48 left. Burnet began its ensuing drive at its own 35 and was able to convert a fourth and 1 at the Brownwood 48 when Hafley’s extra effort resulted in a 2-yard plunge. On the next snap, Burnet quarterback Derek Kiser hooked up with Cody Jones on a 20-yard reception, and the Bulldogs were content to run the clock and attempt the decisive field goal. The Lions burned their timeouts, however, and left 31 seconds on the clock after Huff converted his 37yard attempt. The improbable finish occurred just moments later. In the first half, the Lions caused a Hafley fumble on the Brownwood 31 that foiled one drive, while Johnson picked off Kiser on fourth and 15 in the red zone with 3:55 left in the third period. Burnet’s third turnover came directly after the 72-yard pass from Keesee to Ontiveros as the Bulldogs failed to charge a pooch kick, which bounced into the arms of Grant Lewis, who also recovered the first fumble. Four plays later, the Lions were in the end zone again and owned a 13-point advantage. “The bottom line is the Brownwood Lions never quit playing hard,” Howard said. “In all three of our wins the kids have learned if you play hard for four quarters, win the individual battles and keep fighting, good things are going to happen. I’m so proud of the kids.” The Lions will host Liberty Hill (5-1, 1-0) next week, which defeated Llano in its 8-3A opener Friday.

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ABOVE: The Brownwood Lions defense forced three turnovers, including this fumble by Burnet running back Trenton Hafley (14) in the first half. BELOW: Bryan Johnson returns a kick 81 yards for a touchdown for the first touchdown of the night for the Lions.

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LIONS 36, BURNET 31 SCORE BY QUARTERS Burnet 7 7 7 10 - 31 Brownwood 13 14 0 9 - 36 SCORING SUMMARY Bur: Blayne Parisher 5 pass from Derek Kiser (Austin Huff kick), 8:34, 1st Bwd: Bryan Johnson 81 kick return (run failed), 8:24, 1st Bwd: Kaimon Ontiveros 15 pass from Chris Keesee (Abraham Oviedo kick), 1:18, 1st Bur: Derek Kiser 3 run (Huff kick), 7:42, 2nd Bwd: Ontiveros 72 pass from Keesee (Oviedo kick), 7:08, 2nd Bwd: Ontiveros 7 pass from Keesee (Oviedo kick), 3:47, 2nd Bur: Trenton Hafley 1 run (Huff kick), 7:32, 3rd Bur: Hafley 3 run (Huff kick), 8:04, 4th Bwd: Oviedo 37 FG, 2:48, 4th Bur: Huff 37 FG, 0:31, 4th Bwd: Ontiveros 107 kick return (run failed), 0:14, 4th TEAM STATS Bur Bwd First Downs 21 13 Total Offense 345 214 Rushes-Yards 32-99 29-61 Passing Yards 246 153 C-A-I 15-29-1 18-23-0 Fumbles Lost 2 0 Penalties 8-75 11-90 Punts 4-41.0 6-29.6 PLAYER STATS Rushing Bur: Trenten Hafley 27-113, Derek Kiser, 4-(-14). Bwd: Braxton Kilgo 15-50, Connor Howard 4-19, Kaimon Ontiveros 3-9, Chris Keesee 5-(-17). Passing Bur: Kiser 15-29-1-246 Bwd: Keesee 18-23-0-153 Receiving Bur: Cody Jones 5-82, Blayne Parisher 4-88, Austin Huff 3-52, Hafley 3-18 Bwd: Kaimon Ontiveros 7-128, Connor Howard 5-30, Bryan Johnson 4-(-2), Dylan Lewis 1-1, Kilgo 1-(-4).

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Former Brownwood High School secretary Norlene Gleaton is presented the coin to toss prior to the Brownwood Lions’ ‘Pink Out’ game against Burnet.

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SUB-VARSITY FOOTBALL REPORT

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12

Freshman White Lions cruise past Burnet

Football Ranger JV at Mullin 7:30 p.m. College Football Howard Payne at Hardin-Simmons 1:30 p.m. Cross Country Brownwood at Graham Invitational TBA College Volleyball Howard Payne vs. Mississippi College 10 a.m. Howard Payne vs. LeTourneau Noon (at Tyler) Women’s/Men’s College Soccer Louisiana College at Howard Payne 1/3 p.m.

FIGURES AP TOP 25 FOOTBALL Thursday’s Game #8 Louisville 24, Rutgers 10 Saturday’s Games #1 Alabama at Kentucky, 6 p.m. #2 Oregon at #16 Washington, 3 p.m. #3 Clemson vs. Boston College, 2:30 p.m. #4 Ohio State, idle #5 Stanford at Utah, 5 p.m. #6 Florida State, idle #7 Georgia vs. #25 Missouri, 11 a.m. #9 Texas A&M at Ole Miss, 7:30 p.m. #10 LSU vs. #17 Florida, 2:30 p.m. #11 UCLA vs. California, 9:30 p.m. #12 Oklahoma vs. Texas, 11 a.m. #13 Miami, idle #14 South Carolina at Arkansas, 11:15 a.m. #15 Baylor at Kansas State, 2:30 p.m. #18 Michigan at Penn State, 4 p.m. #19 Northwestern at Wisconsin, 2:30 p.m. #20 Texas Tech vs. Iowa State, 11 a.m. #21 Fresno State, idle #22 Oklahoma State, idle #23 Northern Illinois vs. Akron, 4 p.m. #24 Virginia Tech vs Pittsburgh, 11 a.m.

NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Division W L T PF PA New England 4 1 0 95 70 N.Y. Jets 3 2 0 98 116 3 2 0 114 117 Miami Buffalo 2 3 0 112 130 South Division 4 1 0 139 79 Indianapolis Tennessee 3 2 0 115 95 2 3 0 93 139 Houston Jacksonville 0 5 0 51 163 North Division 3 2 0 117 110 Baltimore 3 2 0 101 94 Cleveland 3 2 0 94 87 Cincinnati Pittsburgh 0 4 0 69 110 West Division Denver 5 0 0 230 139 5 0 0 128 58 Kansas City Oakland 2 3 0 98 108 San Diego 2 3 0 125 1291 ——— NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Division W L T PF PA 2 3 0 135 159 Philadelphia Dallas 2 3 0 152 136 Washington 1 3 0 91 112 N.Y. Giants 0 6 0 103 209 South Division 5 0 0 134 73 New Orleans Carolina 1 3 0 74 58 Atlanta 1 4 0 122 134 Tampa Bay 0 4 0 44 70 North Division Chicago 4 2 0 172 161 Detroit 3 2 0 131 123 2 2 0 118 97 Green Bay Minnesota 1 3 0 115 123 West Division 4 1 0 137 81 Seattle San Francisco 3 2 0 113 98 Arizona 3 2 0 91 95 St. Louis 2 3 0 103 141 ——— Thursday’s Game Chicago 27, N.Y. Giants 21 Sunday’s Games Carolina at Minnesota, Noon Oakland at Kansas City, Noon St. Louis at Houston, Noon Green Bay at Baltimore, Noon Philadelphia at Tampa Bay, Noon Pittsburgh at N.Y. Jets, Noon Cincinnati at Buffalo, Noon Detroit at Cleveland, Noon Tennessee at Seattle, 3:05 p.m. Jacksonville at Denver, 3:05 p.m. Arizona at San Francisco, 3:25 p.m. New Orleans at New England, 3:25 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Open: Atlanta, Miami Monday’s Game Indianapolis at San Diego, 7:40 p.m. ——— Thursday, Oct. 17 Seattle at Arizona, 7:25 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 Tampa Bay at Atlanta, Noon Chicago at Washington, Noon Dallas at Philadelphia, Noon New England at N.Y. Jets, Noon Buffalo at Miami, Noon St. Louis at Carolina, Noon Cincinnati at Detroit, Noon San Diego at Jacksonville, Noon San Francisco at Tennessee, 3:05 p.m. Houston at Kansas City, 3:25 p.m. Cleveland at Green Bay, 3:25 p.m. Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 3:25 p.m. Denver at Indianapolis, 7:30 p.m. Open: New Orleans, Oakland Monday, Oct. 21 Minnesota at N.Y. Giants, 7:40 p.m.

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The Brownwood Freshman White Lions cruised to a 38-6 victory over Burnet Thursday. Scoring touchdowns for the Lions were Xavier Armenta, Daniel Martinez,

Dylan Agan, Chris Rogers and Wyatt Burleson. ———

Burnet 14, JV Lions 8 Despite their best defensive performance of the season, the Brownwood JV Lions came out on the short end of a 14-8 decision to Burnet Thursday.

The Lions forced three turnovers as Shay Thompkins recovered a fumble while Bruce Sterling and Johnny Montgomery intercepted passes. Montgomery’s pick resulted in a first and goal at the Burnet 5 late in the game, but the Lions were unable to score.

Brownwood’s lone touchdown came on its second possession of the game as Colt Garrett threw a 7-yard scoring toss to Cory Richardson. Jared Fulton caught two-point pass to give the Lions an early 8-0 advantage. ———

Burnet 26, Freshman Maroon Lions 14 The Brownwood Freshman Maroon Lions experienced their first loss of the season, falling to Burnet by a 26-14 count Thursday. Standouts for the Lions included Grant Fanara, Harley Price and Jeremy Brown.

AMERICAN SOUTHWESt CONFERENCE SOCCER

Mississippi College takes two from HPU BY DERRICK STUCKLY

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The Howard Payne Lady Jackets allowed three second-half goals in their 4-0 American Southwest Conference women’s soccer home loss to Mississippi College Friday. The Lady Jackets (2-10, 1-4) trailed just 1-0 at the break after surrendering a goal to Mississippi College’s (8-4, 3-1) Melanie Benner with 17:29 left in the first half. Mississippi College stretched its lead to 2-0 just 10:34 into the second half when Lauren Prescott scored. Macey Lee and Kaitlyn Kiss added insurance goals with 15:29 and 1:06 remaining, respectively. Howard Payne attempted six shots, with three on goal, to DERRICK STUCKLY | BROWNWOOD BULLETIN the 14 by Mississippi College, with eight on goal. Rebecca ABOVE: HPU’s Tori Moore (3) attempts to fire a shot past Mississippi College defender Lamar, Avery Meyer and Misty Stowers had HPU’s shots on Macey Lee (14) during Friday’s contest. BELOW: Yellow Jacket Eric Young (19) tries to goal, while Adrienne Walker tallied four saves in goal. maneuver through the Mississippi College defense during Friday’s contest. The Lady Jackets will attempt to rebound at 1 p.m. against Louisiana College at Citizens National Bank Field. ———

Mississippi College 7, Yellow Jackets 0 The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets’ slump was extended to 10 games Friday as the Mississippi College Choctaws rolled to a 7-0 victory in American Southwest Conference men’s soccer action. Mississippi College took a 5-0 halftime lead over Howard Payne (1-13, 0-5) as the Choctaws (7-3-1, 3-0-1) tallied their first four goals in a span of two minutes and 49 seconds. The Choctaws scored first at the 28:59 mark on a goal by Victor Marinho, then Harrison Russell found the net a mere 17 seconds later. Mississippi College extended the lead to 3-0 only 62 seconds later on a Rogelo Medel goal. Marinho capped the blitz 30 seconds later at the 31:48 mark with his second goal. With 1:10 left in the first half, Brian Vasquez recorded the fifth Mississippi College goal. After halftime, Vasquez scored his second goal with 21:05 remaining, while Garrett Head notched the final goal with 9:16 left on the clock. HPU fired 10 shots with three on goal — by Alejandro Guerrero, Eric Young and Shay Pate — compared to 36 shots with 22 on goal by Mississippi College. Ryan Young finished with 13 saves in goal for the Jackets. The Yellow Jackets will attempt to rebound at 3 p.m. against Louisiana College at Citizens National Bank Field.

MLB PLAYOFFS: NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Cards outlast Dodgers in 13 in opener BY R.B. FALLSTROM AP SPORTS WRITER

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Carlos Beltran capped his latest scintillating postseason performance with an RBI single in the 13th inning early Saturday that lifted the St. Louis Cardinals over the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in the NL championship series opener. Beltran hit a tying, two-run double in the third inning, then threw out a runner at the plate from right field in the 10th to keep it even. Well past midnight at Busch Stadium, Beltran singled into the right-field corner with one out

against Kenley Jansen in the 13th to finish a game that took 4 hours, 47 minutes. Game 2 is Saturday afternoon. Beltran has 16 home runs, 12 doubles and 34 RBIs in 40 career postseason games, and is hitting .345. The eight-time All-Star is hoping this year ends with his first trip to the World Series. “Just fun to watch him do his thing, whether it’s offensively, the big throw he made defensively,” Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. It was the longest postseason game for the Dodgers since the

1916 World Series, when Babe Ruth pitched all 14 innings to lead the Boston Red Sox past Brooklyn. This one also tied for the longest series opener in postseason history, according to STATS. Boston and Cleveland played 13 innings in their 1995 AL division series, with the Indians winning 5-4. “You work so hard in the offseason, spring training and regular season to get to this point and we’re fortunate to be here,” Beltran said. “That’s a preview. Today was a good game and that’s what it’s all about. They didn’t want to lose and

we didn’t want to lose,” he said. Pinch-hitter Daniel Descalso singled with one out in the 13th off rookie Chris Withrow and Matt Carpenter walked. Jansen, usually the Dodgers’ closer, relieved and Beltran won it with his hit on a 3-1 count. Winning pitcher Lance Lynn strengthened his case for a possible Game 4 start with two scoreless innings. Withrow took the loss. “There were a lot of big outs that both teams got tonight,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. “If the rest of the series is like this game, it should be a pretty good one.”

BIG 12 FOOTBALL

Mack Brown needs Red River win vs. No. 12 OU BY STEPHEN HAWKINS ASSOCIATED PRESS

DALLAS (AP) — All that matters to Texas coach Mack Brown this week is trying to win a game. That hasn’t always been an easy task the second Saturday in October in the Red River Rivalry against Oklahoma. With so much speculation about whether Brown’s job is in jeopardy, a win by the Longhorns (3-2, 2-0 Big 12) over Bob Stoops and the 12th-ranked Sooners (5-0, 2-0) on Saturday at the State Fair of Texas would certainly settle things down — at least temporarily. “None of that is a factor,” Brown said. “None of that matters. Winning matters.” A fourth straight loss by the Longhorns to Oklahoma, especially another lopsided one like the last two years, would only accelerate a burnt orange panic. This will be the 15th meeting between Brown and Stoops, already five more than Fred Akers and Barry Switzer in what had been

the previous longest coaching rivalry in the series. They would need to meet four more times after this weekend to match the 19 years in a row that Texas’ Darrell Royal went against Arkansas’ Frank Broyles. Oklahoma is 9-5 in the series under Stoops, with wins by 38 and 42 points the last two seasons and a 52-point victory 10 years ago. “Anytime you win, there’s positive memories,” Stoops said. “Over 15 years, we’ve won our share here, so those are always fun. I’ve got probably too many to say one.” For the second year in a row, neither team is ranked in the top 10. Before last year, that hadn’t happened since 1999, the first in the series matching Stoops against Brown. The Big 12 title is still a legitimate goal for both teams. But only the Sooners, who are favored by nearly two touchdowns, can still think about the possibility of a national championship this season.

Asked if the bigger challenge was facing Oklahoma or his own team, Brown quickly responded, “It’s with us. We have got to continue to get better. ... We have got a lot of things we have got to fix.” Besides Brown’s future, here are five things to watch when Texas plays Oklahoma for the 108th time. BELL AND CASE: Blake Bell is in his first season as Oklahoma’s starting quarterback and Case McCoy is filling in at Texas because David Ash has lingering concussion symptoms. But Bell and McCoy have both already had significant moments in the Red River Rivalry. McCoy started the 2011 game, when he was sacked three times while completing 9 of 16 passes for 116 yards in a 55-17 loss. He threw two touchdowns in the final 5 minutes of last year’s game while Bell ran for four scores in the first half of Oklahoma’s 63-21 win. Bell is 3-0 as a starter this season, throwing six TDs without an interception — or

a rushing TD. SOONERS STREAKING: Oklahoma has won 10 straight Big 12 games. It is the Sooners’ longest conference winning streak since winning 17 in a row from 200305, a span that ended with a loss to Texas after the Longhorns had fallen twice in that streak. The Sooners aren’t quite halfway to the Big 12 record of 21 consecutive conference victories by Kansas State from 1997-99. Oklahoma also had 13 Big 12 victories in a row from 1999-2001, another stretch when the Sooners beat Texas twice. QUITE A SCENE: The Red River Rivalry has been part of the State Fair of Texas since 1929. The game is played at the Cotton Bowl, where the crowd is split 50-50 in burnt orange and crimson. The winner gets The Golden Hat, the rotating trophy in use since 1941. “It’s always exciting. It’s a great experience,” Stoops said. “It’s really special. It’s always kind of a bowl game in the middle of the year.

It’s a great game.” Texas holds a 59-43-5 series lead and is the only Big 12 team with a series lead over the Sooners. OH SO CLOSE: Oklahoma and Texas are both coming off victories that were close. The Sooners had their closest game of the season last weekend, pulling out a 20-17 victory over TCU. Brennan Clay’s 76-yard touchdown run with 4½ minutes left provided the winning margin for OU. The Longhorns won 31-30 at Iowa State, scoring in the final minute after a disputed near-fumble when it appeared that the Cyclones had recovered. ALMOST THE MOST: Now in his 15th season at Oklahoma, Stoops has 154 victories, which is one more than Brown has in his 16th season at Texas. Stoops is three wins shy of matching Switzer for the most in Oklahoma history, a mark that could be easily attainable this year. Brown’s 153 wins have him 14 behind Royal for the most in Longhorns history.


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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD CLASS 5A A&M Consolidated 56, Bryan 20 Abilene Cooper 49, Midland 14 Aldine Nimitz 38, Alief Taylor 35 Allen 62, Plano East 17 Amarillo Tascosa 48, San Angelo Central 27 Arlington 65, Weatherford 0 Arlington Bowie 70, North Crowley 0 Arlington Martin 66, FW Paschal 20 Austin Bowie 38, Austin High 0 Baytown Sterling 36, Channelview 35 Beaumont West Brook 41, Deer Park 38 Cedar Hill 35, South Grand Prairie 24 Cibolo Steele 49, CC King 20 Clute Brazoswood 55, Houston Clear Lake 46 Colleyville Heritage 24, Irving MacArthur 10 Converse Judson 47, SA Wagner 18 Coppell 24, Lewisville Hebron 14 Cypress Ranch 45, Cypress Lakes 3 Cypress Ridge 42, Cypress Falls 0 Dallas Jesuit 71, Dallas White 34 Dallas Skyline 35, Richardson Pearce 7 Denton Ryan 13, Lewisville Marcus 10 DeSoto 55, Mansfield Timberview 20 Donna 16, Edinburg Vela 13, 2OT Duncanville 37, Grand Prairie 33 EP Americas 47, EP Montwood 28 Euless Trinity 43, Irving Nimitz 7 Fort Bend Travis 49, Fort Bend Kempner 6 Galena Park North Shore 49, Port Arthur Memorial 20 Garland Naaman Forest 41, North Garland 14 Garland Sachse 57, Garland Rowlett 31 Harlingen 67, Brownsville Pace 6 Harlingen South 48, Brownsville Hanna 14 Hewitt Midway 42, Copperas Cove 39 Houston Lamar 71, Houston Westside 21 Irving 33, Grapevine 7 Justin Northwest 48, FW Haltom 14 Katy 44, Katy Taylor 0 Katy Seven Lakes 42, Houston Strake Jesuit 21 Keller Fossil Ridge 44, Keller 14 Killeen Harker Heights 38, Killeen Ellison 20 Killeen Shoemaker 34, Killeen 20 Klein 30, Klein Forest 13 La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 10, La Joya 0 Laredo United South 27, Del Rio 3 Lewisville 25, Lewisville Flower Mound 23 Longview 42, Rockwall-Heath 10 Manvel 34, Pasadena Dobie 10 McAllen Memorial 34, McAllen Rowe 28, OT McKinney Boyd 42, Plano West 21 Mesquite 31, Mesquite Horn 17 Midland Lee 53, Abilene 51 Mission Sharyland 49, Edinburg 3 New Braunfels Canyon 20, New Braunfels 7 North Mesquite 42, Rockwall 10 Odessa 58, Lubbock Coronado 35 Pearland 43, Alvin 0 Pflugerville Hendrickson 58, Round Rock Westwood 37 Richardson Lake Highlands 29, Richardson 18 Round Rock Cedar Ridge 35, Round Rock Stony Point 27 Round Rock McNeil 49, Pflugerville 35 SA East Central 31, CC Carroll 28 SA Johnson 49, SA Churchill 21 SA MacArthur 28, SA Roosevelt 10 SA Southwest 36, SA South San Antonio 20 Smithson Valley 55, San Marcos 7 Southlake Carroll 48, N. Richland Hills 9 Spring Westfield 31, Spring 7 Temple 54, Belton 20 The Woodlands College Park 48, Conroe 28 Weslaco 35, PSJA North 14 Weslaco East 14, San Benito 0 CLASS 4A Aledo 84, FW Wyatt 7 Alice 65, CC Ray 46 Amarillo Caprock 38, Dumas 27 Arlington Seguin 48, Lancaster 42 Austin LBJ 35, Austin Reagan 7 Austin McCallum 68, Austin Crockett 14 Austin Vandegrift 35, Leander 3 Azle 36, FW Brewer 33 Barbers Hill 41, New Caney Porter 0 Bastrop 61, Bastrop Cedar Creek 0 Brenham 27, Montgomery 10 Buda Hays 38, Lockhart 37, OT Burleson 28, Cleburne 20 Burleson Centennial 44, Joshua 14 Canutillo 60, San Elizario 6 Canyon 47, Canyon Randall 32 Carrollton Creekview 31, Forney 0

Carrollton Smith 57, Terrell 16 Castroville Medina Valley 48, SA Southside 0 CC Calallen 42, CC Tuloso-Midway 7 CC Flour Bluff 53, CC Miller 7 Cedar Park Vista Ridge 42, Dripping Springs 21 Crowley 52, Waco 21 Dallas Adams 26, Dallas Hillcrest 14 Dallas Carter 63, Dallas Molina 7 Dallas Highland Park 41, Mesquite Poteet 26 Dallas Jefferson 15, Dallas Spruce 8 Dallas Kimball 55, Dallas Adamson 0 Dallas Lincoln 26, Dallas Samuell 20 Dallas Pinkston 59, North Dallas 0 Dallas South Oak Cliff 24, Seagoville 20 Dallas Wilson 41, Dallas Conrad 0 Denison 34, Royse City 10 Denton Guyer 34, Byron Nelson 14 Ennis 30, Red Oak 23 EP Andress 27, EP Bowie 7 EP Chapin 48, EP Austin 0 EP Del Valle 54, EP Hanks 10 EP Irvin 16, EP Burges 13, 3OT EP Riverside 21, Clint Horizon 16 Everman 44, Waco University 14 Floresville 41, SA Memorial 0 Fort Bend Ridge Point 63, Houston Northbrook 0 Frisco 41, Little Elm 14 Frisco Centennial 31, Frisco Liberty 6 Frisco Wakeland 38, Prosper 24 FW North Side 10, FW Polytechnic 7 Galveston Ball 35, Santa Fe 34 Georgetown 35, Georgetown East View 28 Granbury 49, FW Western Hills 30 Hallsville 48, Marshall 23 Houston King 24, New Caney 20 Houston Reagan 56, Houston Sharpstown 13 Humble 23, Dayton 10 Humble Summer Creek 20, Humble Kingwood Park 17 Huntsville 49, Conroe Caney Creek 28 Hutto 21, Pflugerville Connally 9 Laredo Martin 38, Laredo Cigarroa 14 Leander Rouse 29, Marble Falls 14 Lewisville The Colony 41, Frisco Heritage 21 Magnolia West 20, Magnolia 0 Mansfield Legacy 51, Waxahachie 3 Mansfield Summit 35, Mansfield Lake Ridge 28 McKinney North 48, Lucas Lovejoy 45 Mercedes 42, Rio Grande City 24 Nacogdoches 31, Jacksonville 0 Nederland 27, Little Cypress-Mauriceville 14 Pearland Dawson 49, Baytown Goose Creek 27 Pharr Valley View 48, PSJA Southwest 34 Plainview 31, Lubbock 14 Port Lavaca Calhoun 60, Gregory-Portland 7 Port Neches-Groves 31, Beaumont Central 29, 3OT Richmond George Ranch 31, Angleton 24 Roma 31, Mission 22 Rosenberg Terry 69, Freeport Brazosport 14 SA Alamo Heights 42, Kyle Lehman 35 SA Brackenridge 34, SA Edison 7 SA Kennedy 31, SA Harlandale 21 Saginaw 28, FW Chisholm Trail 6 Schertz Clemens 24, Seguin 13 Sulphur Springs 63, Mount Pleasant 28 Texarkana Texas 45, Longview Pine Tree 14 Texas City 45, Friendswood 37 Tomball 44, Fort Bend Willowridge 18 Tomball Memorial 49, Houston Spring Woods 7 Tyler 51, Corsicana 22 Uvalde 41, SA McCollum 24 Victoria West 47, Victoria East 43 Vidor 59, Lumberton 20 Waller 17, Bryan Rudder 3 WF Rider 45, Lake Dallas 14 Whitehouse 63, Lindale 7 Wichita Falls 41, Denton 21 Wolfforth Frenship 35, San Angelo Lake View 7 Wylie 58, Greenville 10 Wylie East 38, Sherman 14 CLASS 3A Alvarado 58, Hillsboro 21 Anna 45, Nevada Community 29 Athens 50, Canton 26 Aubrey 28, Frisco Lone Star 17 Big Spring 37, Abilene Wylie 35 Brownwood 36, Burnet 31 Bullard 21, Gladewater 14

EARLY CONTINUED FROM 1B was Reno on a perfect strike to Alcorta on a slant pattern for 44 yards and another Longhorn touchdown. Again Jackson’s kick was true and with 6:54 to play in the first, Early led 14-0. In spite of great field position following two interceptions, one by Justin Poole and the other by Riley Mitchell, the Longhorns couldn’t find the end zone on either of their next two possesssions. After a muffed punt by the Horns, the Eagles got on the scoreboard with 9:38 to play in the second quarter and Early’s lead was cut to eight, 14-6. At that point Early turned the ball over as Reno’s pass was picked off and the Eagles had first and 10 at the Early 32. The Eagles first play of the possession ended with Beck recording one of his four sacks on the night, and on second down Riley intercepted the Grape Creek quarterback at the Early 5 and weaved in and out, finding blockers,

BANGS CONTINUED FROM 1B looked back. Quarterback J.T. Newton was 5 of 6 passing in the first quarter as senior Josh Truelove proved to be an open target. Truelove caught passes of 17 and 15 yards, and Bangs was moving the ball steadily into Wall territory when Tanner Shaw added another 11 yard reception. The Dragons found themselves facing fourth and 1 on Wall’s 31. Newton tried to keep it, but Wall held and got the ball back. Wall dominated the first quarter scoring on a 10-yard run with 7:35 to play. The PAT was good. 

Carthage 55, Huntington 6 Celina 49, Carrollton Ranchview 14 Center 34, Diboll 7 Cleveland 55, Huffman Hargrave 14 Clint 56, Anthony 6 Coldspring-Oakhurst 54, Splendora 0 Cuero 24, Giddings 20 Dalhart 32, Amarillo River Road 14 Dallas Prime Prep Academy 34, OKC Legion, Okla. 8 Devine 77, Crystal City 46 El Campo 56, Brookshire Royal 6 Fabens 48, Fort Stockton 28 Fairfield 61, Rusk 0 Ferris 28, Dallas Madison 6 Fredericksburg 38, Fischer Canyon Lake 14 FW Castleberry 24, Mineral Wells 21 Gainesville 48, Decatur 23 Gatesville 45, Lampasas 27 Geronimo Navarro 44, Boerne 20 Graham 49, Vernon 20 Hamshire-Fannett 42, Buna 36 Hondo 28, Carrizo Springs 6 Houston Jones 12, Houston Washington 7 Ingleside 35, Sinton 23 Kaufman 34, Emory Rains 13 Kennedale 56, Springtown 28 Kingsville King 21, Zapata 7 Krum 21, Bridgeport 10 La Grange 48, Gonzales 19 La Marque 17, Sweeny 10 La Vernia 32, Pleasanton 25 Lake Worth 60, FW Diamond Hill-Jarvis 7 Liberty Hill 54, Llano 21 Lubbock Cooper 46, Andrews 21 Lubbock Estacado 35, Levelland 14 Lytle 44, Pearsall 29 Mabank 17, Brownsboro 6 Mexia 42, Groesbeck 28 Monahans 42, Midland Greenwood 14 Navasota 49, Madisonville 0 Orange Grove 55, Rockport-Fulton 3 Paris 41, Atlanta 20 Pecos 59, Clint Mountain View 10 Perryton 44, Pampa 6 Pittsburg 30, Paris North Lamar 20 Port Isabel 62, Progreso 21 Princeton 55, Bonham 12 Quinlan Ford 49, Wills Point 29 Raymondville 35, Rio Grande City Grulla 21 Rio Hondo 40, La Feria 27 Robinson 57, West 6 Robstown 22, CC West Oso 0 Rockdale 42, Taylor 21 Sealy 41, Needville 0 Shallowater 58, Seminole 14 Shepherd 27, Cleveland Tarkington 7 Silsbee 56, Bridge City 27 Snyder 41, Sweetwater 14 Somerset 44, Poteet 0 Sour Lake Hardin-Jefferson 35, Orangefield 30 Stafford 34, West Columbia 27 Stephenville 56, Glen Rose 22 Texarkana Liberty-Eylau 56, Texarkana Pleasant Grove 7 Tyler Chapel Hill 49, Longview Spring Hill 14 Van 50, Mineola 14 Waco Connally 34, Lorena 28 Waco La Vega 43, China Spring 40 WF Hirschi 35, Burkburnett 28 Wharton 25, Columbus 17 Wimberley 47, Bandera 7 Yoakum 29, Smithville 19 CLASS 2A Abernathy 28, Tulia 14 Alba-Golden 27, Como-Pickton 0 Altair Rice 27, Vanderbilt Industrial 13 Amarillo Highland Park 54, Claude 14 Anahuac 28, Woodville 27 Anderson-Shiro 44, Hemphill 14 Arp 49, Frankston 19 Ballinger 7, Colorado City 0 Banquete 41, Skidmore-Tynan 6 Blooming Grove 20, Dallas Life Oak Cliff 0 Boyd 41, Callisburg 27 Buffalo 54, Bruceville-Eddy 20 Bushland 49, Littlefield 41 Canadian 77, Sanford-Fritch 6 Centerville 52, Rosebud-Lott 32 Childress 57, Dimmitt 8 Cisco 64, Hawley 12 Clarksville 49, Bogata Rivercrest 0 Clifton 29, Palmer 27 Clyde 42, Merkel 6 Coleman 45, Hamilton 18 Comanche 61, Dublin 14 Comfort 21, Brady 0

Corrigan-Camden 62, Deweyville 34 Corsicana Mildred 70, Millsap 14 Crane 41, Big Lake Reagan County 14 Crawford 48, Moody 6 Daingerfield 41, Hooks 0 Danbury 55, Hitchcock 8 Denver City 28, Kermit 12 Dilley 48, Bloomington 19 Early 64, San Angelo Grape Creek 27 Eastland 59, Breckenridge 14 Edgewood 73, Paris Chisum 24 Elkhart 35, Crockett 14 Elysian Fields 57, De Kalb 13 Farmersville 55, Howe 13 Franklin 42, Palestine Westwood 0 Freer 20, Riviera Kaufer 0 Garrison 46, Winona 0 Godley 63, Red Oak Life 28 Grandview 74, Whitney 27 Groveton 36, New Waverly 32 Gunter 48, Bells 7 Hallettsville 51, Palacios 0 Hawkins 28, New London West Rusk 24 Hearne 45, Riesel 7 Hebbronville 38, Santa Gertrudis Academy 7 Hempstead 49, Edna 32 Henrietta 34, Holliday 13 Hughes Springs 14, Omaha Pewitt 13 Idalou 48, Brownfield 27 Jacksboro 55, WF City View 21 Jarrell 35, Universal City Randolph 28 Jourdanton 23, SA Cole 7 Karnes City 34, Cotulla 8 Kirbyville 43, Hardin 2 Kountze 52, Warren 0 Lago Vista 27, Cameron Yoe 20 Leonard 63, Whitewright 24 Lexington 53, Johnson City 34 Lone Oak 45, Malakoff 21 Luling 47, George West 14 Marion 54, Goliad 0 Marlin 33, Little River Academy 28 McGregor 38, Troy 27 Muleshoe 60, Friona 7 New Boston 28, Redwater 7 New Diana 41, Ore City 15 Newton 43, East Chambers 24 Nocona 35, Alvord 21 Odem 27, Falfurrias 7 Olton 21, Floydada 10 Paradise 13, Bowie 10 Pilot Point 20, Ponder 12 Post 41, Lubbock Roosevelt 36 Poth 52, Natalia 6 Pottsboro 62, Caddo Mills 61, 3OT Queen City 26, Pattonville Prairiland 7 Quitman 21, Eustace 0 Refugio 53, Taft 10 Rice 34, Rio Vista 22 Sadler S&S Consolidated 42, Tom Bean 21 Salado 34, Florence 12 San Diego 27, Bishop 14 Santa Rosa 27, Aransas Pass 14 Schulenburg 35, Blanco 20 Scurry-Rosser 41, Tolar 14 Slaton 16, Lamesa 14 Sonora 43, Alpine 33 Spearman 44, Boys Ranch 13 Stanton 16, Coahoma 14 Stockdale 49, Nixon-Smiley 14 Sunnyvale 31, Commerce 21 Tatum 42, White Oak 21 Teague 57, Trinity 6 Troup 41, Jefferson 9 Van Vleck 21, El Maton Tidehaven 7 Wall 49, Bangs 13 Wallis Brazos 17, Boling 14 Waskom 56, Linden-Kildare 24 Winnsboro 78, Grand Saline 21 CLASS A Albany 44, Roscoe 0 Alto 45, Cushing 0 Anton 58, Meadow 20 Bartlett 62, Somerville 14 Beckville 24, Big Sandy 20 Blum 66, Coolidge 42 Bosqueville 42, Axtell 20 Bremond 49, Iola 6 Bruni 35, Charlotte 6 Burton 28, Milano 18 Cayuga 45, Kerens 24 Celeste 14, Quinlan Boles 13 Christoval 60, Mertzon Irion County 20 Clarendon 34, Stinnett West Texas 6 Collinsville 74, Blue Ridge 6 Colmesneil 55, Tyler All Saints 18 Detroit 47, Gilmer Union Hill 0 Eldorado 45, Menard 18

Era 21, Petrolia 7 Falls City 80, Pettus 0 Farwell 33, Bovina 6 Flatonia 34, Holland 7 Forsan 35, Haskell 6 Goldthwaite 28, Hico 21 Gorman 36, Ranger 30 Gruver 49, Wheeler 6 Hamlin 41, Baird 7 Harleton 20, Timpson 12 Hubbard 64, Frost 0 Iraan 38, McCamey 14 Italy 46, Itasca 6 La Pryor 45, Agua Dulce 0 Leakey 46, Barksdale Nueces Canyon 23 Lindsay 64, Trenton 0 Lingleville 68, Bowie Gold-Burg 22 Lovelady 59, Saratoga West Hardin 7 Malakoff Cross Roads 36, Dallas Gateway 16 Mason 51, Harper 6 Meridian 20, Wortham 15 Muenster 52, Electra 7 Munday 27, Perrin-Whitt 21 New Deal 49, Tahoka 16 Normangee 48, Hull-Daisetta 47 Overton 28, Cumby 21 Ozona 56, Center Point 15 Pineland West Sabine 52, Shelbyville 20 Price Carlisle 37, Joaquin 8 Roby 29, Cross Plains 7 Rotan 61, Robert Lee 60 Sabinal 38, Rocksprings 0 San Augustine 50, Grapeland 14 Santo 48, San Saba 35 Seagraves 41, Ralls 36 Seymour 60, Olney 14 Shamrock 31, Vega 28 Shiner 39, Kenedy 18 Smyer 19, Plains 6 Snook 50, Granger 22 Springlake-Earth 46, Morton 6 Stamford 54, Winters 12 Stratford 73, Panhandle 46 Sunray 40, Memphis 24 Thorndale 28, Weimar 22 Three Rivers 36, Yorktown 6 Valley Mills 28, Jewett Leon 18 Valley View 37, Chico 20 White Deer 59, Higgins 14 Windthorst 20, Archer City 19 Wink 36, Van Horn 7 Wolfe City 40, Honey Grove 20 Woodsboro 46, Runge 7 SIX-MAN Amherst 70, Lorenzo 25 Apple Springs 72, Karnack 22 Balmorhea 86, Sierra Blanca 40 Blanket 48, Rising Star 14 Briscoe Fort Elliott 52, Lazbuddie 6 Buckholts 59, Prairie Lea 0 Cherokee 64, Lohn 13 Follett 74, Crowell 58 Garden City 62, Lenorah Grady 16 Gordon 80, Stephenville Huston Academy 7 Grandfalls-Royalty 59, Imperial Buena Vista 6 Groom 64, Lefors 50 Guthrie 48, Matador Motley County 46 Happy 50, Miami 0 Hedley 57, Kress 12 Hermleigh 45, Westbrook 0 Iredell 53, Covington 6 Jayton 67, Chillicothe 48 Jonesboro 63, Abbott 36 Knox City 51, Haskell Paint Creek 0 Ladonia Fannindel 36, Campbell 33 Lometa 82, Rochelle 60 Loop 98, Lubbock Kingdom Prep 60 May 38, Santa Anna 31 McLean 44, Hart 40 Milford 48, Bynum 0 Morgan 62, Moran 28 New Home 59, Wellman-Union 12 Newcastle 44, Loraine 39 Oakwood 120, Heath Fulton 103 Oglesby 60, Evant 48 Roscoe Highland 76, Blackwell 60 Sanderson 60, Dell City 12 Spur 46, Petersburg 43 Throckmorton 54, Bryson 0 Turkey Valley 68, Paducah 31 Vernon Northside 56, Rule 6 Water Valley 54, Eden 0 Welch Dawson 52, Southland 6 Whiteface 64, Ropesville Ropes 54 Whitharral 58, Wilson 12

breaking tackles and scoring 95 yards later. Jackson added the PAT and Early went up 21-7 with 7:51 to play in the half. Once again, the Eagles mounted a drive and scored with 2:05 left in the half to make it 27-14, and then just three plays later, the Horns turned the ball over and again the Eagles capitalized to close within six at 27-21. The Longhorns took the ensuing kickoff at their own 40 with 20 seconds to play in the half, and a determined offense. On the first play, Reno hit Alcorta across the middle to move the ball to the Eagle 22, where they hurried to the line to spike the ball and kill the clock. With 4.3 seconds to play in the half, Reno hit Christopher Johnston on a quick slant, Johnston broke one tackle and raced to the end zone for a spectacular exclamation point to end the first half. Jackson was good again on the PAT and the Horns took a 35-21 lead into the locker room. “Even when things got ugly and we didn’t have but a few seconds to play in the half, I said ‘We’re not gonna take a knee and go

readjust, we’re gonna try to score,’” Hawthorne said. “Luckily we went down and scored and it looks good when you do that kind of stuff.” The Horns started the second half with another successful onside kick and great field position at midfield but couldn’t move the ball and Grape Creek took over after Jackson punted. Three plays later, Mitchell picked off his third pass of the night at the Eagle 35. From there, Espinosa pounded the ball down to the 7 with runs of 6, 2 and 8 yards and Jackson scored on an end-around with 6:46 to play in the third. After he added the PAT, Early went up 42-21. The second half was punctuated throughout with great defensive play by Beck, Cody Morrison, Morgan Macke. Raymond Weckworth, Cy Tongate and Ryan Martinez, who all recorded tackles for losses against the Eagles as the defense only allowed six points in the second half and forced two fumbles. The offense took advantage every oppor-

tunity given by the defense and continued to put up points with runs by Espinosa, another touchdown pass from Reno to Johnston, a 22-yard field goal by Jackson and a surprise 2-yard touchdown run by lineman J.W. Ledbetter and at the final buzzer, Early got the momentum they needed with the 64-27 victory. Looking ahead, Hawthorne said, “With these young kids we’ve got coming we’re gonna have a big, strong line next year and you know we’re not selling out this year but you know what I’m saying. We’ve got to build these guys right now knowing that we’ve got it coming, we’ve just got to keep plugging. We’ve asked these guys to dedicate to it, because we’re gonna work the heck out of them, we’ve got to. We’ve got to get old school and get dirty and if they’ll commit to that, they’ll never quit.” The Longhorns will take that attitude and that commitment to Bangs next at 7:30 p.m. Friday to face the Dragons in another ‘Pink Out’ game between the two cross-county rivals.

The Hawks scored again with 12 seconds to play in the first period on a 24 yard run. Bangs was finally able to put points on the board in the second quarter. Newton hit Truelove on a 21-yard pass, and on the next play Truelove caught a 17 yard pass and the Dragons were rolling. Bangs got an extra break when the Hawks were flagged for a personal foul penalty which moved the ball to the 10.  Two plays later, Newton found Keegan Hall on the right hand side of the end for the touchdown. Carlos Meija converted the extra point, but Wall still led 28-7. Compared to the first half, the second half lacked the scoring fireworks. Only 20 points total were scored by both teams. Wall did not score until 3:52 left in the third. Wall’s Dacy ran 5 yards on the quarterback

keeper. The extra point was good to give Wall a 42-7 lead. Early in the fourth quarter, Wall was driving when Newton, who was playing safety, collided with a Wall receiver. The official ruled that Newton led with his helmet hitting the other player above the shoulder pads. Newton was ejected for the remainder of the game for targeting. “It was a good, clean hit,” Lipsey said. “It was judgment call; they both went up. He wasn’t intentionally trying to hit. The officials made the call.” The Hawks took the penalty, which put them in excellent scoring position inside the Dragon 10. Wall got a holding call which backed them up, but two plays later the Hawks scored on a 2-yard run by Brent

Matschek. The point after was good. Even though Newton was out, Bangs was able to score once in the fourth as Frankie Smith threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Truelove. The extra point try failed. “We’re in a place like we were last year,” Lipsey said. “We lost to them and then we started playing good.” Indeed, after last year’s loss to Wall the Dragons won out in district and played three deep into the playoffs. “We’ve got to take one game at a time. Our district is better overall than last year,” Lipsey said.  “We’ve got to improve each week to get where we want to be as a playoff team.” Next week the Dragons host the long time rival Early Longhorns.


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DISTrICT 3-2A DIVISION I FOOTBALL

Early pummels Grape Creek Longhorns chalk up second district victory, 64-27 over Eagles BY TRACY EBARB SPECIAL TO THE BULLETIN

EARLY — The Early Longhorns kept their playoff hopes alive by pummeling the Grape Creek Eagles by a score of 64-27 Friday, moving to 2-1 in District 3-2A Division I play and notching their fourth win of the season under first year head coach Kent Hawthorne. “It’s like I said last week, people can take their pot shots now while we’re down, while we’re beat up, because we’re gonna come back, and we’re gonna be here and we’re gonna take care

of business,” Hawthorne said. “These guys are working hard, with these underclassmen, we swept this week — seventh grade won, eighth grade won, JV won, all of us won. That’s what we’re working toward, that’s the attitude we want to bring.” That winning attitude seemed to compel the Longhorns all through the game, beginning with a 48-yard return of the opening kickoff by Nick Alcorta to set up the Horns with great field position at midfield. Alcorta surprised the Eagles out of the wildcat formation for 13 more yards on first down and

then Leonel Espinosa broke free for 38 yards and the first Early touchdown of the night with only 1:02 gone in the first quarter. Kellan Jackson’s PAT kick was good and the Longhorns led 7-0. Landon Beck sacked the Grape Creek (0-7, 0-3) quarterback on third down of the Eagles’ first possession and Early took over at its own 26 after the punt. Quarterback Bubba Reno punished the Eagles through the air with passes to Alcorta and Jackson to get the Horns to the Grape Creek 44. From there, it SEE EARLY, 2B

JACQUE EBARB | BROWNWOOD BULLETIN

Chris Johnston races toward the end zone for an Early touchdown in the Longhorns’ 64-27 win over Grape Creek.

DISTrICT 8-3A FOOTBALL

UNBELIEVABLE FINISH

Ontiveros’ fourth TD on 107-yard kick return with 14 seconds left lifts Lions over Burnet, 36-31 BY DERRICK STUCKLY

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN derrick.stuckly@brownwoodbulletin.com

DERRICK STUCKLY | BROWNWOOD BULLETIN

Kaimon Ontiveros (23) caught seven passes for 128 yards with three touchdowns and returned a kick 107 yards with 14 seconds left for the game-winning points in the Brownwood Lions’ 36-31 District 8-3A victory over Burnet Friday night.

Trailing 31-30 with 31 seconds left, it appeared the Brownwood Lions might have let a 13-point halftime lead slip away in Friday night’s District 8-3A opener against the Burnet Bulldogs at Gordon Wood Stadium. But the final chapter of Kaimon Ontiveros’ storybook performance had yet to be written. Following the go-ahead field goal, one of the few Burnet kickoffs that Austin Huff didn’t sail through the back of the end zone turned out to take a massive bite out of the Bulldogs. Huff’s boot was fielded by Lion freshman Connor Howard — filling in for the injured Bryan Johnson — 7 yards deep in the end zone. Howard stuttered and appeared as though he was going to bring the ball out, then scrambled to his left. Near the goalpost, Howard tossed the ball backward to Ontiveros to execute a reverse, and even at that time it wasn’t clear if the Lions would bring the ball out of the end zone — or even if they should. Ontiveros managed to shake a tackle attempt at the goal line and sprinted up the home sideline to midfield behind a wall of blocks shielding off Burnet’s kick coverage team. At that point, Ontiveros slowed to set up the final block at the Burnet 30, where a Bulldog made a diving grab and almost tripped up the Lion senior. But Ontiveros maintained his balance and continued his improbable journey to the end zone, capping a 107-yard kick return with 14 seconds left that gave the Lions a crucial 36-31 victory over Burnet in a battle of the two preseason 8-3A favorites. “I was going to bring it out no matter what, but until it actually happens, you don’t ever think about it happening that way,” Ontiveros said. “They’d been kicking deep all night and I was just hoping Connor could catch it. They had a swarm of guys coming and I knew I had to get over there and get the reverse. Normally it’s me and Bryan, Connor and I had never worked the exchange before. Once I got it, I saw there was one guy to beat on the outside then 10 blockers leading the way.” The touchdown was the fourth of the night for Ontiveros, who also finished with a careerbest seven receptions for 128 yards and three touchdowns. SEE LIONS, 4B

DISTRICT 3-2A DIVISION I FOOTBALL

No. 4 Wall stuffs Bangs Dragons’ three-game win streak comes to an end, 49-13 BY LEESA STEPHENS SPECIAL TO THE BULLETIN

WALL — The Bangs Dragons hoped to play the role of spoiler in their District 3-2A Division I match up against the Wall Hawks on the road. No one told the Hawks, however, as they scored 28 unanswered points Friday night on their way to a 49-13 win before the Dragons put together a scoring drive. “One of our goals was to win the district championship,” Bangs head coach Chuck Lipsey

said, “but you gotta go through a good team to do it and they played a lot better than we did. They have a good outfit on both sides of the ball. They were 6-0 for a reason.” The Dragons had a chance early on to tie it up with the Hawks, but Bangs’ first drive ended on a missed fourth down attempt. “We had chances to get the ball in the end zone early and we didn’t do it,” Lipsey said. “They got away from us.”  Offensively, the Dragons (3-3,

1-1) were better than the score would indicate. Bangs had 299 yards total offense with 194 passing, 105 rushing and 16 first downs. But it was Wall’s 315 yards rushing that was the difference on the scoreboard. Wall (7-0, 3-0) scored on the second play of the game when Luke Dacy hit Kris Gutierrez on a 71-yard pass and run. The extra point was good, and at 11:33 the Hawks took the lead and never SEE BANGS, 2B

J.T. Newton (4) and the Bangs Dragons suffered their first district loss at the hands of No. 4 Wall Friday night. LEESA STEPHENS | BROWNWOOD BULLETIN

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