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Time and time again this season, Smithson Valley has overcome teams that were bigger, stronger and faster. Friday night, Cedar Park proved to be a little too big, too fast and too strong. But the Timberwolves didn't pull off the 28-23 win at Bobcat
For the past five weeks, the only number concerning the Smithson Valley defense was zero. In a streak unmatched even for the tradition-rich Rangers, the defense hasn't allowed a point in its past five games. The more telling number about the Rangers'
Smithson Valley's defense showed a knack for pitching shutouts during the Rangers' run to the District 27-4A championship. In adding a fifth blanking to their resume in Thursday's Class 4A Division I playoff opener against Uvalde, the unit showed it
Smithson Valley and Alamo Heights have been two of the area's most successful programs, but Friday's meeting was their first since 1993. Rangers sophomore Lawrence Mattison wasn't born then and hadn't heard about Heights' tradition until this week.
Smithson Valley (5-1) at Alamo Heights (6-1) At a glance Kickoff: 7:30 p.m...Coaches: Larry Hill (187-61 career, 19th season; 177-50, 17th season at Smithson Valley)...District: Smithson Valley is 2-0 in 27-4A; Alamo Heights is 3-0...Smithson Valley
As a part of the Smithson Valley football machine, Trent Rios, Dominic Hamilton and Dakota Mawyer spent their high school years doing one thing: winning. But when it came to playing at the next level, all three were largely passed over by colleges.
In past seasons, Smithson Valley always found itself in an on-the-go predicament. Because the Rangers competed in a nine-team Class 5A district, they often had about two weeks to try to put the pieces together. Reclassified into 4A and a seven-team
Smithson Valley coach Larry Hill didn't need to dig into his bag of inspirational speeches, even though his Rangers trailed by 14 at halftime to Wagner. So what did he say to fire up the Rangers enough to achieve a 28-21 comeback win over the
Oozing sweat, with his teammate Darik Dillard barely able to lift himself off the turf at game's end, quarterback Clinton Killough scoffed at the notion that there had been anything easy about MacArthur's 33-20 victory over Smithson Valley on Friday
Van Fuschak (106-97-1 career, 19th season, all at MacArthur). Larry Hill (184-60 career, 20th season; 174-49, 18th season at Smithson Valley).