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Burnet, Texas Bumet Bulletin Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Page 3B Sports Team MVP: Steven Gallardo i, Defensive MVP: Coleman Poeay Offensive MVP: Koby Edwards : .... e~a !:ii,?.;~Z~,2)~:,)2 :,;(}[~,:~.i~',,:l~ .,?~?;! .... Special Teams MVP: Sterling Galban By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports The China Spring JV Cou- gars slipped past the Bulldogs last week, 7-6. Burnet drove inside the 5-yard line twice without scoring, once just before the half and once at the end of the game. The defense played lights- out causing and recovering three fumbles in the course of the game, but the offense was only able to cash in one of the short-field opportunities. Burnet's lone touchdown came on a 2-yard Ryan Jack- son rush that was set-up by a Roger Craig forced fumble recovered by Gerardo Murillo. That score came in the first quarter and gave the Bulldogs a 6-0 lead. In the second quarter Chi- na Spring cashed in a 7-yard passing play for six and tacked on the extra-point giving them a 7-6 lead. That turned out to be the games only scores which led to a Cougar victory. Burnet's defense was led by Zach Ferguson, Craig, Dylan Wilson, and Murillo. Marc Barnett, Murillo, and Zachary Warden all recovered fumbles. Craig caused two of those fumbles and Jakob Hughes Wayne Craig/Clear Memories Freshman Hunter King collects n Cougar on-side kick and turns up-field for positive yards. The freshman A squad fell short, 32-14 while the B group tied, 0-O. Pups unable to slow Cougars By Wayne Craig "We are proud of the teams' efforts and con- Bulletin Sports tinued improvements," said coach Cory Spivey. It was a common theme in the middle school Eighth-grade Green reports that the China Spring Cougars had some The eighth-grade Green team played in a speedy teams, fantastic game but came up just short of victo- The Bullpups were unable to slow the Cou- ry, 30-28. gars and lost their games last week on the road. "Defensively we struggled to consistently The seventh-grade White team fell short, 30-12. stop their offense. We found ways to shut down No report was available for the seventh-grade several of their drives but we were unable to Green team. stop their big play ability," said coach Lance In the eighth-grade division the White team Jones. kept it close but lost an 8-0 contest. The eighth- Defensively the Pups were led by lineback- grade Green team also fought it out in a tough ers Tim Hudgins and Greyson Barnett. game but fell short to the Cats, 30-28. Hunter McCoy, Marcus Escamilla, Braden Seventh-grade White Howell, and Mathew Tippie also played great The seventh-grade White team had a tough defense and had some stops on the edge. time stopping the Cougar running backs and Danny Escamilla and Sean Johnson made eventually lost their contest, 30-12. some big plays on the defensive line. The boys played tough throughout the con- D. Escamilla was credited with the games' test but could not keep up with the scoring of big hit. the Cougars. "Offensively the Pups played a great game. Offensive players of the game included Our offensive line did an outstanding job Adrian Hernandez with a 61-yard touchdown against a very physical defense," said Coach run and Dakota Hopkins with a 43-yard rushing Jones. score. Quarterback Jaxson Denton connected with These scores were made possible by the Triston Shirley, Luke Kiser, M. Escamilla, Me- good blocking of the Pups offensive line. Coy, and Lane Dalrymple. Defensively Angel Suazo and Samuel Gar- Tippie did a good job with completions to cia both had a good game. Dalrymple, McCoy, Kiser on a conversion, and "These kids are a great group to coach. Shirley for a touchdown. They never give up and play hard all the time," The Pups also had great success running the said coach Chad Keele. ball with rushes from M. Escamilla, touchdown; Eighth-grade White Dalrymple, conversion; McCoy, touchdown; The eighth-grade White team lost a close Denton, touchdown; and Keaton Rodriguez. one to China Spring, 8-0. Top special teams players included McCoy, Top defensive players in the game included Shirley, Howell, Grishma Pun Magar, and M. Adrian Alvarez, David Lloyd, Matthew Thrane, Escamilla who forced a fumble. Will Rundzieher, Tyler Patterson, and Kade "It was a great game. The young men played Schooler. hard, came together as a team, and responded Payton Ferguson had a 46-yard run with great to adversity," said Coach Jones. the help of great blocking by Patterson, Ezra "We couldn't be more proud of these young Northam, Jordan Young, Raymond Jowers, and guys." Thrane. The middle school teams will host Gates- Top special teams players were Stone Wil- ville at Bulldog Stadium on Thursday. son, Brandon Klinkiewics and Gunner Blair. Wayne Craig/Clear Memories Burnet sophomore Roger Craig (66) helped lead an outstanding defensive effort in the JV contest last week. Craig caused two fumbles in the contest that the Bulldogs recovered. Pictured here Craig's forced fumble was recovered by Gerardo Murillo (28) and soon after was turned into points on a Ryan Jackson 2-yard run. Unfortunately the game ended in China Spring's favor, 7-6. caused one. son led the team in rushing. A team lost to China Spring, Bryson Schubert caught There was no official 32-14. several passes from Wyatt freshman report available but The sub-varsity Bulldogs Young. Warden also caught a it was known that the B team will play at Gatesville this pass, while Jackson and Wil- tied the Cougars, 0-0; and the Thursday. face tough ents By Wayne Craig Eighth-grade A Bulletin Sports The eighth-grade A team The Lady Bullpup A vol-also saw some stiff competi- leyball teams have been facing tion in the Georgetown tour- some really tough competition nament. Burnet fought hard over the past couple of weeks, and took second place in their The girls have seen tons of pool with a 4-2 record which play time with back-to-back earned them a spot in the weekend tournaments and dis- championship bracket. There trictcompetition. Bumet faced Lorena, who The seventh-grade A team was first in their bracket, and is currently 4-2 in district and the Lady Pups eame,~up short, 5-4 overall. The eighth-grade 20-25, 19-25. Their finalgame A team is sitting at 4-2 in dis- was a third place contest trict, 5-5 overall. No reports against Georgetown and the were available for the B teams. Lady Pups fell, 19-25, 17-25. Seventh-grade A "I am so lucky to have the The seventh-grade A team opportunity to coach a group fought hard at last weekend's of young ladies like the 12 Georgetown tournament but I have right now. We might the girls faced the toughest not have walked away with competition they have seen all any awards from the tourna- season, ment, but we for sure grew In pool play Burnet lost in experience and I know for games to Hudson Bend, 15-4, sure we got better each game 15-7; Hutto, 15-12, 15-6; and we played," said coach Glen Forbes, 15-11, 15-3. Harley. Burnet played host Benold To kick-off the second in bracket play and fell short, round of district play Burnet 25-14,25-19. played Salado, who handed "Although it was a tough the Lady Pups their first loss weekend of not winning any of the season. Bumet evened sets the Lady Pups saw a lot of the score in round two with a court time and finished strong 25-22, 25-16 win. against a very talented Beno- Top servers included Gra- ld team," said coach Crystal cyn Bennett, Kyli Davis, Hai- Syphrett. ley Evans, and Kyla Taylor. In district play on Monday Top net play was provided by the Lady Pups came up just Bennett, Evans, Ashton Floyd, short to Salado in three, 13-25, Karissa Killebrew, Maxine 25-16, 17-25. Spiller, Teagen Tappe, and "As always I am proud Taylor. of the girls and their fighting Back row leaders were Da- hearts. I know this group of vis, Makenna Gilmore, Halee girls can overcome the ad- Muccigrossi, and Harlee versity and work to get back Quintero. Mallory Payne and on our game," said Coach Taylor did a nice job setting Syphrett. the ball up for Burnet. Burnetvs. China Spring Offensive Stats: Passing yards: 28-40 for 330-yrds, 1TD, lINT Rushing yards: 21 for 105- yrds, 1TD First downs: 22 Scoring recap First Quarter- China Spring: (1 rush, PAT good, 0-7 :44) 2-yrd Second Quarter- China Spring: (7:41) 10-yrd TD pass, PAT good, 0-14 Burnet: (4:00) Ford 11-yrd TD rush, Torres PAT, 7-14 China Spring (1:35) 40-yrd TD pass, PAT good, 7-21 Third Quarter- China Springs: (10:32) 5-yrd TD rush, PAT good, 7-28 China Springs: (8:08) 72- yrd TD rush, PAT good, 7-35 China Spring: (5:54) 56-yrd TD rush, PAT good, 7-42 Fourth Quarter- China Spring: (5:21) 4-yrd TD rush, PAT good, 7-49 Burnet: (1:00) Edwards to Holmes 4-yrd TD, Pat failed, 13-49 Individual Stats Passing- Edwards: 28 of yrds, 1TD, lINT 40, 330- Rushing- Ford: 11 for 65-yrds, 1TD Reeves: 6 for 22-yrds Edwards: 4 for 18-yrds Receiving. Galban: 9 for 133-yrds Gallardo: 10 for 107-yrds Kiser: 3 for 59-yrds Ford: 3 for 19-yrds Reeves: 2 for 7-yrd Holmes: 1 for 5-yrds, 1TD Defensive Team Stats- Rushing: 56 for 424-yrds, 5TDs Passing: 7 of 16 for 103- yrds, 2TDs First Downs: 23 Defensive Individual Stats- Lindley: 3T, 3AT Godfrey: 2I, 2AT Ford: 1T Reeves: 1T Gallardo: 1T, 3AT, 1TFL Galban: 1T Posey: 1T, 8AT Carpenter: 1T, 6AT Gonzales, 1T, 3AT Cavender: 1 T Kiser: 4AT Burton: 3AT Woodum: 2AT Davis: 1AT 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 TD touchdown Special recognition- Big Hit: Rowdy Holmes Big Block: Preston Reeves JV Players of the Week: Alan Silva and Luke Aguillon 42 Around the District: China Spring 49, Burnet 13 Gatesville 56, Lampasas La Vega 34, Liberty Hill 20 Games this week Gatesville at Burnet La Vega at China Spring Liberty Hill at Lampasas Records: Season, District China Spring 6-0, 1-0 La Vega 6-0, 1-0 Gatesville 4-2, 1-0 Burnet 5-1, 0-1 Liberty Hill 3-2, 0-1 Lampasas 1-5, 0-1 Wayne Craig/Clear Memories In addition to performing at halftime the BHS Esprit de Corp has been busy with competitions on the weekend. It has been a successful season so far for the Burnet band who has big plans for their performance 'Orbit' this season. Pictured above some of the trumpet section during halftime Friday night.