Lone Star Gridiron

BONUS – 5A Smithson Valley vs. The Woodlands

The Woodlands vs. Smithson Valley

That's right gridiron fans, Chris and Mike are on the scene at the Alamodome in San Antonio recording away. Look for these shows to hit the web the first part of next week.

UPDATE: We are almost to halftime of the Smithson Valley/The Woodlands game where SV has just went up 10-3 PLUS got the ball back on the kickoff. Smithson Valley is playing near-perfect ball against a very tough Highlanders defense and is threatening to score once again with 2:09 left in the first half.

HALFTIME: Trent Rios punched it in from the 1 yard line to cap off a short drive and put SV up 17-3. The drive featured two runs by Rios in which The Woodlands' Taylor Charbonnet had an opportunity to stop Rios in the open field, but was unable to lock up. Things are looking tough for the Highlanders going into the second half.

END OF THIRD: Despite a lack of scoring in the quarter, the last twelve minutes of play has been thoroughly dominated by Smithson Valley. Just as The Woodlands began to show signs of life, they had a holding penalty to stall the drive. QB, Brett Parsons has been befuddled by the SV defense, throwing on the run and off balance, resulting in some horrible throws. We are to crunch time for The Woodlands and they will need to step up big in the fourth quarter to have a chance.

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FINAL - SMITHSON VALLEY 17 - THE WOODLANDS - 3
Brett Parsons will want to forget this one as he had trouble connecting all game long. The only bright spots for The Woodlands were RB Tracy Milo and WR Taylor Grote. It was a defensive struggle highlighted by some untimely turnovers and penalties on the Highlanders. Congratulations to Smithson Valley (#15 in the LSG rankings) who will most certainly be moving up in the polls and specifically to RB Trent Rios and the sole returning starter on the defense, DE Matt Pfister.

What are your thoughts?