Shorthorns’ ground-n-pound wins out over Leopards’ big plays

  • Brett Janecek nearly gets his helmet knocked off but still brings down Sam Bree for no gain in the first quarter Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Brett Janecek nearly gets his helmet knocked off but still brings down Sam Bree for no gain in the first quarter Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Temon Glover stays up long enough to reach the ball over the goal line in the third quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Temon Glover stays up long enough to reach the ball over the goal line in the third quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Blocks by Luis Lopez (No. 64), Colby Jochen (No. 67), and Blake Meyer spring Temon Glover (right) on a 44-yard run in the third quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Blocks by Luis Lopez (No. 64), Colby Jochen (No. 67), and Blake Meyer spring Temon Glover (right) on a 44-yard run in the third quarter. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
  • Orlando Adame (No. 7) and Nathan Ricicar corral Sam Bree near the sideline for a loss of 7 on the first play of the second half. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
    Orlando Adame (No. 7) and Nathan Ricicar corral Sam Bree near the sideline for a loss of 7 on the first play of the second half. Sticker Photo By Layne Vyvjala
In a battle of contrasting styles, Schulenburg out-scored Van Vleck 49-34 on the road last Friday. The Shorthorns rushed the ball 63 times for 377 yards and had it for over 39 of the game’s 48 minutes. Meanwhile, the Leopards’spread, hurry-up attack produced six plays – two runs and four passes – that accounted for 256 of their 320 total yards. “I was glad to see the double tight end, power-I…

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