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PaU6 2B Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas Sports Team MVP: Sterling Galban Co-Defensive: Coleman Posey Co-Defensive; Jordan Godfrey i; )ii~: ~i!;;~i!:~!i~!ii~?~i~i!i::ii~ ~iii:i !ii Offensive: Tyler Ford N" r :N ~ Special Teams: Tyler Tortes Pups Offensive Stats: Passing yards: 23 of 40, 297-yrds, lINT Rushing yards: 16 for 186-yrds First downs: 24 Scoring recap Rmt Quarter- Burnet: (9:22) Tortes, 28-yrd field goal, 3-0 Burnet: (:05) Edwards 4-yrd keep, Torres PAT, 10-0 Second Quarter- Burnet: (8:57) Edwards to Cavender 18-yrds, Conv failed, 16-0 Burnet: (4:29) Edwards to Kiser 20-yrds, Torres PAl, 23-0 Crockett: (:00) 4-yrd pass, Conv failed, 23-6 Third Quarter- Burnet: (9:29) Edwards to Galban 44.-yrds, Tortes PAT, 30-6 Burnet: (2:45) Edwards to Galban 43-yrds, Torres PAT, 37-6 Fourth- Crockett: (10:34) 2.-yrd rush,'Conv PHOTO BY WAYNE CRAIG/CLEAR MEMORIES failed, 37-12 The Bulldogs have kicked off their season with an impressive 4-0 start and their outstanding special teams play has Burnet: (2:55) Galban 5-yrd rushl certainly been a key factor. Above Bulldog defenders swarm to the return man with lan Carter holding up the runner Torres PAT, 44-12 Crockett: (:00) 17-yrd pass, Cony out-of-sight in the background while Coleman Posey (20) and Michael Lindley (11) crash in for the stop. Burnet will failed, 44-18 wrap up pro-district play this Friday night in Llano. From Page 1B Individual Stats make it 30-6 with 9:29 left in the nmnber. The Bulldogs now have the third. Godfrey, Carpenter and Llano Yellowjackets in their Passing- The teams traded a few Posey continued crashing into sights. These two tennis have lint Edwards: 23 of 40, 297-yrds, punts as Carter, IMmes, and the Cougar backfield and the met in regular season play since 4YDs, lINT Ford got acquainted with Cougar route continued. 2013 when Bumet handed the Rushing- Ford: 5 for 106-yrds ball carriers. An early fourth quarter Jackets a 35-14 loss under the Edwards: 5 for 29-yrds, 1TD Late in the third Reeves Cougar interception tbllowed by direction of then senior QB Galban: 2 for 27-yrds, 1TD muscled Burnet to a new set of a short return gave (;rocker pos- Derek Kiser. His little brother, Reeves: 4 for 24-yrds downs, but flags eventuaUy flew session two-steps from paint. In Drew is now in his senior year Receiving- putting Bumet in a third and 18 one snap they were in for a sporting that same No.7jersey. Galban: 11 for 131-yrds, 2TDs Kiser: 4 for 71-yrds, 1TD situation. Galban had the answer score, conversion failed leaving The Jackets are on a three- Ford: 3 for 29-yrds turning a quick screen pass into the score 37-12. game losing streak but would Cavender: 3 for 28-yrds, 1TD a 43-yard race to the land of six. With 2:55 remaining in the love nothing more than to give Dalrymple: 1 for 29-yrds Torres toed another one through contest Galban added an insur- the Bulldogs their first loss Carter: 1 for 9-yrds the up-fights giving the Dawgs a ance score on a five-yard run. Friday night. 37-6 lead, 2:45 third. The PAT was good, 44-12. On paper, it doesn't look Defensive Team Stats- Rushing: 205-yrds The Bulldogs soon learned The Cougars foand the end- good for the orange and black, Passing: 15 of 29 for 79-yrds that Cougars can leap over tack- zone one more time on the last but no team has ever colleted a lers, but Posey quickly proved play of the game on a 17-yard win off paper. The two teams Defensive IndividualS'tats- cats don't always land on their pass. The conversion failed lear- will clash Friday night, 7:30 Posey: 10T. 7AT feet and 13 was the unlucky ing the final score. 44-18. p.m., at Yellowjacket Stadimn. Lindley: 7T, 3AT, 1TFL Godfrey: 4T, 7AT, 2TFL Edwards delivering a quick pass down-the-line with a Cougar in his thee. Then Jemal Alexander and Carlos Herrera bulldozed a semi-sized path on the left side. From there it must have been a sweet ball-carriers' view as bod- ies began hitting the floor in numbers. No block was more important than John Meniz's who blew up a Cougar sprinting at Galban. It was a thing of beaut3' and when Galban broke the tape at the finish line it gave the BuIldogs a commanding lead. Tortes added the PAT to points being scored. In set one Burner fell behind early but with I.,exey Parker at the service line and a Marissa Escamilla kill the Lady Dawgs bat- tled back to a 5-5 tie. Some good play by Javci Craig, Chelsea Bible and Summir Hill, had Burnet on top briefly but Taylor came back ,and knotted the game again, 9-9. Once again Btm et tell behind and trailed by as many ,as three but after some work by Kaygen Floyd at the line and Bible at the netthe game was tied, 12-12. Things stayed close through the middle part of the set with nei- ther team leading by more than two. Down the stretch the Lady Dawgs found themselves trailing, 19-22 before a Bible kill broke serve and put Alex Ban3' at the Carpenter: 3Y, 2AT Ford: 1T Holmes: 1-I, 1TFL Kiser: IT, 2AT Cavender: 11, 2AT Dalrymple: 1-1, 2AT Carter: 1T, 1AT Woodurn: 1-i, 3AT Gonzalez: 1T, 2AI, 1TFL Burton: 5AT Huggins: 2AT Keeling: 1AT Martinez: 1Ar White: 1AT Young: 1AT Atkison: 1AT Ro.qers~ SAT line. Barb' colleted two service The Lady Ducks simply could points and once again the game not keep up with Bumet in the was tied, 22-22. third and final set. It ended in the Bible continued to well at Lady Dawgs favor 25-11 after the net and with two late kills some outstanding play by Floyd, Burnet went up 1-0 with a 26-24 Bible, Hill, Escamilla, Parker, win. Barry, and Craig. Hill tacked on Things started out the sane in the :final point with ,an ace and the set two, but soon the Lady Ducks Lady Dawgs celebrated a district took advantage of some Burner victory. miscues and advanced to a 15-8 Stat leaders against Taylor lead. included Bible who was the leader With Barry at the line Craig, in kills, Barry in assists, Parker at Parker, Bible; Escamill~'and Hill tile: service line; and:(,raig ~l, went to work and Bm'net climbed lected the most digs. back into the gmne at 15-16. While reports were not avail- The game comim~ed to go able for the freshman and.IV it was back-and-forth and was tied at 22- known that both squads defeated 22, 24-24, 25-25, 26-26, 27-27, Taylor tbr a Lady Dawg clean and 28-28 before Bumet finally sweep. clahned victory on a out serve by All three Bumet teams will Taylor, 30-28. play at Llano next Friday night. From Page 1B record to 1-1. The girls had a few bright momems against Liberly Hill but never really got into a rhythm and eventually fell short, 25-20, 25-14, 25-19. Things were much different on Friday versus Taylor. The Lady Ducks did bring a good squad to town and it wasn't an easy win for Btmaet, it was more like a deter- mined victory. Two of the three sets took extra points to decide and set two finished with a total of 58 y Pups play well at Kirstyn Reyes, Katelynn Massey, ,and Rylee Hernandez. "I am super proud of how these young ladies work together and cheer each other on," said coach Crystal Syphrett. Eighth-grade B The eighth-~ade B team fell just short to Lampasas in three, 27-25, 20-25, 12-15. "Overall it was just an off day tbr us, but the girls are ready to get back to work and come back stronger," said coach Rachyl Griffin. Eighth-grade A The-eighth-grade A team girls closed out their match against Lampasas with a win in two sets, 25-22, 25-14. Standouts for Burnet included Gracyn Bennett, Harley Evans, Ashton Floyd, Karissa Killebrew. Maxine Spiller, Teagen 'Iappe, Kayla Taylor, Kvli Davis, Harlee Quintero, 1Vfakenna Gilmore, Halee Muccigrossi, and Mallory Payne. "I am very proud of the effort the girls showed against Lampasas. They have been working really hard to improve in every way possible," said coach Glen Harley. BY ' (AYNE CRAIG "Serving and passing are BULLetin SPORTS the keys to victory and the girls are improving in both of these The Lady Bullpup volley- skills," said coach Stuart ball teams played well last Beckwith. week at Lampasas and three out Servers of the week were of four brought home victories Breanna Burns and Kirstyn tbr their efforts. The seventh- Reyes. grade A team won in two, the Seventh-grade A seventh-grade B claimed vic- The seventh-grade A girls tory in three; the eighth-grade B easily knocked off Lampasas in came up just short in three; and two, 25-13, 25-7. They are now the eighth-grade A won in two. 2-1 in district. Outstanding Seventh-grade B players included Mady Jones, The seventh-grade B team Kayla Gillaspie, Rylea Whitus, Lady Pups put Lampasas away Jaycee Morris, Kori Gilliland, in three games last week, 25- Emma Gonzalez, Ashlyn 17, 16-25, ,and 15-7. Calhoun, Harley Tindell, O les lowed by a Christian to AlexanderJacob tloward, Stone Wilson, and two-point pass, 24-12. Gunner Blair. Marble Falls posted another Itoward and Payton Ferguson score early in the fourth quarter, 24- picked up rushing yards behind the 20. blocking of Tyler Patterson, Ezxa The Pups had another opportn- Northam, Jose Solis, John Larned, nity to score with just two-minutes and Thrane. to play but the drive stalled at the Eighth-Grade Green Pony 10-yard line. Marble Falls The eighth-grade (keen team drove 90-yards to score the go- came up short to Marble Falls, 30- ahead touchdown with 24 seconds 2(1. left ill the game, 28-24. Burnet scored one touchdown Two plays to Miller had Bumet in the first half on a Jaxson Denton at the Marble Falls 10 with two-see- pass to Lane Dah3'mple. ]'he score ends to play. A Bullpup incomplete was set up by great running from pass would have ended the g,'une but Marcus Escamilla. flags flew ag~finst Marble Falls giv- Burnet scored two more touch- ing the Pups one last chance. Bumet downs in the second half but it went to the rim, but the play came wasn't enough to overcome the up just short of the goal line ending Stangs. the game, 28-24. Burner's second touchdown It was a well fought contest for was also set up by some tough the Pups. Escamilla running and was capped Some outstanding defensive by a Denton score. play was provided by Dollar, Cesar The Pups final score came after Jaramillo, Ralston Vance,a big defensive play by Escamilla Alexander, and Allen. when he delivered a huge hit knock- Eighth-Grade White ing the ball loose for Denton to The eighth-grade White team recover. The possession ended with fell short to Marble Falls, 14-0. a long pass from Denton to Luke Top defensive players includedKiser tbllowed by" a conversion by Brandon Klinkiewics, David Lloyd, F, scamilla. Mathew Thrane, Derek Cook, The defense was led by Triston Donnivan Williams and Jordan Shirley, Dalrymple, CJ Greenwell, Yotmg. Keldvn Schubert, Braden Howell, Special tean leaders included and Cash Spivey. The Pups will play Llano on Thursday. PHOTO BY WAYNE CRAIG/CLEAR MEMORIES Eighth-grade Bullpup Will Rundzieher scans the field as he rumbles for positive yards during Burnet's Thursday night game against the Mustangs at Bulldog Stadium. S BY WAYNE CRAIG Bumet's offense was aided by BULLETIN S. PORIS greta play fi'om the oltbnsive line which included Caleb Roberts, In all four of Burnet's middle Conner Keele, Colton Davidson, school tbotball games against Michael Sariol, and Bennet Walker. Marble Falls last Tlmrsday there Several Bullpups did a nice job were highlights tbr the Pups, but advancing the ball for Btm~et unfortunately none of the squads in including Brandon Ng, Landon green were able to post a win. Christian, James Alexander, Trew~r The seventh-grade White team Allen, Cash Dollar, and Devonte fell short, 28-0; the seventh-~ade Miller. Green team lost, 28-24; the eighth- In the first quarter the Ponies grade Vv'hite team was on the short broke loose for a 50-yard mn but side of a 14-0 ball game, and the Alexander chased them down and eighth-grade Green team came up stripped the ball away tbrcing a empty, 30-20. tumble and change of possession. Seventh-Grade White The Pups turned that turnover lute a The seventh-grade white tean 60-yard drive that ended with a traveled to Marble Falls on Christian keep, and tbllowing the Thursday and dropped their match conversion Bamet led, 8-0. against the Ponies, 28-0. Offensive The Ponies answered with a standouts for Burnet included score before the halfbut at the break Adrian Hemandez and Carlos Bum et led, 8-6. Olivera who led the Pups in rushing. Bumet's next score was once Good blocking up-front was pro- again set up by the defense. Allen vided by Avery ttolcomb, Jacob stepped in front of a Pony pass for a Peaster, Tyler Gonzalez, Ivan quick iuterception in the third quar- Cartoon, and James Leon.. tel'. Twn-plays and 52-yards later I)efensive standouts included Miller punched in a PUp score tbl- Samuel Garcia andDakota Hopkins. lowed by a Clafistian conversion, Garcia and Hopkins led the team in 16-6. tackles and showed good hustle. ()nee again Marble Falls Seventh-Grade Green answered moving the score to 16- The seventh-grade Green team 12. played well against the rival Ponies Miller increased the Pups lead but came up short in the contest, 28- with a 32-yard touch&~wn run, fol- 24. Defensive key- T solo tackle AT assisted tackle TFL tackle for a loss S sack INT interception FF forced fumble FR fumble recovery PP pressure pass PBU pass broken up Special recognition- Big Hit: Reid Dalrymple Big Block: dohnr Meniz and Ellett Vann JV Players of the Week: Jake Burkhalter and Ryan Jackson Around the District: Calhoun 26-Liberty Hill 12 Lorena 42-Lampasas 35 Gatesville 37-Hillsboro 21 La Vega 48-Mexia 14 China Spring 70-Troy 14 l BY WAYNE CRAIG BULLETIN SPORTS Burnet's cross country teams ran in the Bill Bradley Invitational in Gatesville last Thursday. Several Burnet run- ners turned in top-notch per- formances and the Lady Bulldog team earned a bronze t,'uking third place overall out of 12 teams. The top :female runner for Burnet was Trynadee Greenwell who phtced second out of 102 varsity runners. Greenwell was Ibllowed by Abby Bullock, 13, Neeradt Leon, 20; Alexis Munguia, 24; Julyssa Silva, 25; Fatima Rodriguez, 36; and Reagan Giesenschlag, 28. The boys varsity division hosted 93 total framers. The top finisher for Burnet was JT Killebrew who placed 32. He was tbllowed by Jordin Balmarez, 48; Tanner Abbott, 50; (;aden F ell, 58; Ross Giesenschlag, 63; and Eddy Shaw, 85. The JV boys race included 96 runners. For the Bulldogs Clayton Atkison placed 46, and Dillon Crain finished at 74. Brie Luedecke had a thn- tastic performance for Bumet's JV girls. She placed third out of 98 total runners. Kathleen Fipps also did well in the JV division crossing the line at 22. ii .f