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Page 8B Wednesday, October 17, 2018 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas Offensive Player of Week: Bradyn McPherson Defensive Player of Week: Braeden Howell Special Teams Player of Team Player of Week: Week: Wyatt Young Cameron Guenter Burnet vs, Scoring Recap- First Quarter Lampasas: (8:55) 3-yard Ace Whitehead TD, White- head PAT, 0-7 Burnet: (7:28) Jaxson Denton to Bradyn McPherson 50-yard TD, Salazar PAT, 7-7 Lampasas: (4:35) White- head to Jaylon Porter 6-yrd TD, Whitehead PAT, 7-14 Second Quarter Lampasas: (10:15 ) White- head to Porter 45-yrd TD, Whitehead PAT, 7-21 Lampasas: (7:09) Camer- on Everts 9-yrd TD, White- head PAT, 7-28 Lampasas: (4:04) White- head to Everts 53-yrd TD, Whitehead PAT, 7-35 Third Quarter Lampasas: (7:34) Giovani Bienbenu 62-yrd fumble re- turn TD, Whitehead PAT, 7-42 Lampasas: (3:49) White- Receiving: head to Everts 68-yrd TD,Brayden McPherson: 6 for Whitehead PAT, 7-49 123-yrds, 1TD Defensive Key: AT As- Wyatt Young: 1 for31-yrds sisted Tackle, ST Solo Tack- Fourth Quarter Marcus Escamilla: 1 for le, TFL Tackle for loss, INT Lampasas: (11:02) Jack 18-yrds Interception, QBH Quarter- Jerome 5-yrd TD, Whitehead Blaine Burkhalter: 1 forback hurry, FF Forced fumble, PAT, 7-56 10-yrds; Jaylen Laidler: I for FR Fumble recovery, S Sack, 10-yrds; Luke Kiser: 1 for PBU Pass broken up, TD OFFENSIVE STATS- 5-yrds Touchdown Bnrnet- 325 total yards Rushing: 42-carries, 128- DEFENSIVE STATS- Special Reeognition- yrds, 1Fumble Lampasas 491-total Big Hit: Braeden Howell Passing: 11 of 22, 197- yards Big Block: Trey Ford yrds, 1TD, 2INTs Rushing: 25 attempts, 129- Rudy: Isaac Sanchez yrds, 3TDs, 1Fumble Passing: 15 of 19, 362- yrds, 4TDs Individual- Rushing: Marcus Escamilla: 19 car- ries, 75-yrds; Wyatt Young: 5 carries, 28-yrds; Jaxson Denton: 11 carries, 15-yrds; AJ Poncik: 3 carries, 6-yrds; Blaine Burkhalter: 2 carries, 2-yrds; Jaylen Laidler: 2 car- ries, 2-yrds Passing: Jaxson Denton: 10 of 20, 166-yrds, 1TD, lINT Devonte Miller: 1 of 1, 31 -yrds Wyatt Young: 0 of 1, lINT Individual Defenders- Burkhalter: 4ST, 1AT Escamilla: 4ST, 2AT Laidler: 3ST, 5AT Ferguson: 2ST, 2AT, 1TFL Silva: 2ST, 1AT McPherson: 1ST, 1AT Howell: 1ST, 5AT, 1FF Park: 1ST, 3AT Guenter: 1 ST Kiser: 1AT Pun: 3AT Murillo: 2AT, 1FR Craig: 2AT Barnett: 1AT Around the District- Canyon Lake 6-0, 1-0 Liberty Hill 4-1,1-0 Lampasas 3-3, 1-0 Fredericksburg 3-3, 0-1 Burnet 2-4, 0-1 Taylor 2-4, 0-1 Last week's Scores- Lampasas 56-Burnet 7 Liberty Hill 69-FBG 7 Canyon Lake 37-Taylor 20 Week Eight Games Lampasas at Liberty Hill Burnet at Canyon Lake Fredericksburg at Taylor From Page 6B On Friday Burner's girls match in three-straight, 29-27. traveled to Taylor to face the "The game was close Lady Ducks. Set one was tight and we had to fight for every through the first-half of play point, both teams rallied and and mid-way threw the game made some great saves, but was knotted at 15-all. That's we were able to finish the set when Burnet got serious roll- to conquer the Lady Dawgs in ing off 10-unanswered points three," said Jones. "I couldn't for the 25-15 win. Set two also be more proud ofthe fight they turned out to be a battle, how- showed." ever this one lasted right up to The Lady Dawgs played the very end. After a point-for- Eastside Memorial on Tues- point contest the Lady Dawgs day and will host Lampas- took a 2-0 lead with a 25-23 as this Friday for their final set victory, home game of the season. Set three also didn't dis- District play will come to an appoint. Very little separation end with a road game at Sala- occurred during this set and it do on Tuesday, Oct. 23 and the eventually took extra-points to Bi-District round of the state be decided but Burnet held on playoffs is set for Monday or and pulled out the game and Tuesday, Oct. 30-31. From Page 1B when times arose, and town love was still shining Commerce players imploded through for all to see. under pressure. It was a nice weekend es- A little different scheme cape that brought back some may have brought the score memories. closer, but in the end prepared- When times get tough the ness of a team is big, but hay- all-time favorite shout-out, ing across the board talent is 'something needs to change' also crucial, comes hurling toward the field On our way home Sunday or court. 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