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4 ALL AROUND WISE, Decatur, Texas, Thursday, October 30, 2008 SUBVARSITY SPORTS Here today... GONE tomorrow. Wise County Messenger Classifi eds • www.wcmessenger.com/class Boys Basketball Freshmen Slidell 37 Midway 41 Slidell standouts — Trent arrett scored a team-high 3 points but it was not nough in the overtime loss. cott Bingham racked up 12 oints, while Jarrett Tinsan had six and Tyler Mayard and Colton Perkins ad three each. SHS coach’s comments: e played the first game f the season and Miday was leading us by 20 oints when they pulled heir starters out. Tonight, e handled their pressure uch better and dominated hem on the boards. We just idn’t have the experience o handle overtime in their ym, but we gained some of he experience tonight. If we xecuted in the second quarer as we did the rest of the ame, we would had pulled ff a big upset. Football Junior varsity Paradise 34 Chico 0 PHS standouts — Quarterback Braiden Black completed six of nine passes for 88 yards and a touchdown to lead the Panthers to victory. He also carried the ball four times for another 83 yards. Tyler Del Toro rushed for 83 yards, while Andrew Hill collected 54 yards and Alex Ferguson chalked up 24. The defense was led by Trevor Green, Ryder Lybrand and Clayton Pitman. CHS standouts — Not provided PHS coach comment’s: The boys played well and are getting better each week. Hirschi 15 Decatur 23 DHS standouts — Alec Torres rushed 90 yards, threw for 21 more and scored two touchdowns to lead the Eagles to their first district win. Alejadro Beltran had seven carries and finished with 66 yards, while Caleb Montez touched the ball six times for 40 yards. The defense was sled by Montez who had a teamhigh seven tackles. Preston Cone recorded six tackles, a sack and one fumble recovery. Ross Walker had an interception and Tanner Lemmon had four tackles and one caused fumble. DHS coach’s comments: The offensive line of Eathan Webb, Ryan Maxon, Caleb Cangley and Dusty Humphrey helped the offense racked up more than 300 yards and 23 points. Bridgeport 20 Vernon 7 BHS standouts — Dustin Green had a 60-yard touchdown run and threw a 25- yard TD pass to Dylan Hines to lead the Bulls to another victory. Jason Mitchell also scored from a yard out, while Ricky Martinez was good on both kicks. Shay Giddens, Tyler McDuffie and Austin Hicks recovered fumbles. BHS coach’s comments: John King played well on the defensive line. He had several stops to get Vernon off the field. Trevor Boales helped keep Vernon’s potent offense from hitting the edge. Jason Mitchell had several punt returns and played the alley extremely well. BHS records: 3-0, 7-0 Freshmen Paradise 6 Aubrey 37 Game notes: The Chaps scored on the first play of the game and the Panthers battled from behind the rest of the night. Bridgeport 27 Vernon 21 BHS standouts — Garrett Mullins scored three touchdowns and the Bulls needed every one of them in their six-point victory. Mullins scored on TD runs of 5 and 50 yards and scored on an 18-yard pass from Trent Schuett. Schuett also found the end zone on a 38- yard run, Defensively, Luke Plummer returned an interception 97 yards to set up a touchdown. Blaz Hernandez, Cameron King, Preston Canales, Dalton Bracken and Plummer were the defensive leaders. BHS coach’s comments: Defense and special teams were the high points for us tonight. BHS records: 6-2, 3-0 Eighth grade Paradise A 34 Millsap A 0 PJHS standouts — Jarrett Roper scored on touchdown runs of 34 and 20 yards to Subscribe today and get the rest of the story. helped lead the Panthers to victory. Dylan Hightower found the end zone on runs of 4 and six yards. He also completed a 10-yard pass to Braden Broussard. Josh McDowell and Roper also scored conversion runs. Defensively, Keaton Hickman, Brandon Richardson and Hightower had interceptions. Robert Bruton caused a fumble. Vernon A 27 Bridgeport A 20 BMS standouts — Gabe Huerta had touchdown runs of 65, 44 and 12 yards to go along with one conversion run in the loss. Kyle Meyer, Dillion Waldrep, Jake Hulsey and Brady Lobue led the defense. BMS coach’s comments: Getting down 27-6, I could out what our kids were made f. They refused to quit or give in even though they were down by three touchdowns. BMS records: 4-2, 2-1 Paradise 6 Santo 6 PJHS standouts — Zach Fletcher scored on a 19-yard touchdown run to tie the Wildcats. Alejandro Lopez and Fletcher were the offensive standouts. Williams Wilghman and Lopez led the defense with fumble recoveries. Travis Wood sacked the Santo quarterback to end the Wildcats’ final drive. Vernon B 12 Bridgeport B 0 BMS standouts — Jesus Soto and Shawn James had interceptions to slow the Lions. BMS coach’s comments: We faced a very physical Vernon team. We had many injuries this week. Dylan Benham, Nick Smith and Calvin Jones did a great job in filling in places they are not used to playing. Anthony Viveros and Craig Bernardo did a good job blocking for ❑ One Year In-County ................. $35 ❑ One Year Out-of-County .......... $40 ❑ One Year Out-of-State ............. $45 ❑ Two Year In-County ................. $60 ❑ Two Year Out-of-County .......... $70 ❑ Two Year Out-of-State ............. $80 Name:________________________ Address:______________________ _____________________________ City:_________________________ State:_________ Zip Code:_______ Clip and mail to: Wise County Messenger P.O. Box 149 • 115 South Trinity Decatur, Texas 76234 SUBSCRIBE ONLINE! www.wcmessenger.com/ subscribe us. BMS records: 1-3-1, 0-1-1 Paradise A 22 Millsap A 26 PJHS standouts — The Panthers led the whole game until the final 30 seconds when Millsap completed a desperation pass in the end zone. Corbin Holt led the offense with a 3-yard touchdown run and a 35-yard TD catch from Tanner Valentine. Holt and Valentine also scored conversion runs. Bridgeport A 12 Vernon A 0 BMS standouts — Derrick Juarez had touchdowns runs of 34 and 6 yards and Continued on page 13 It’s Basketball Time for Wise County Little Dribblers Pick up registration forms at your area elementary schools Pre-K through 4th Grade Registration Deadline Nov. 14 No Late Forms Accepted

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