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Smithson Valley senior tight end Dylan Domel stretches the ball for a score after making a reception Friday night against Madison at Ranger Stadium.

SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley’s smothering defense collected its first shutout of the season during Friday night’s home opener, as the Rangers throttled San Antonio Madison 28-0.

Head coach Larry Hill’s team limited the Mavericks to just 69 yards of total offense and took control of the contest early. Smithson Valley (2-0) led 21-0 at the half and continued to snuff out every Madison drive during the final 24 minutes of play.

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