Offense stifled by Wolves' stout D



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Mustangs defenders Ben Anderson (11) and Ethan Kanka (14) celebrate with the "turnover chain" after Kanka recovered a Wolves' fumble in the second quarter of Friday's match against Weiss.




By Nathan Hendrix

Sports Editor

The Marble Falls High School Mustangs' offense had trouble finding any sort of success against a tough defense from Pflugerville Weiss in a 28-0 loss at home on Senior Night.

Mustangs fans learned one thing on Friday night: Weiss is a very good team.

The Mustangs (1-8, 1-5) posted only 120 yards of total offense – 91 yards rushing – in their final home game of the season. Through nine games, the Wolves (8-1, 6-0) have allowed only 89 points all season.

See the full story with comments from Mustangs Head Coach Brian Herman in the Tuesday, Nov. 5 issue of The Highlander. Subscribe to the e-Edition here.

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