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Smithson Valley’s Garrison Eggleston advances the ball downfield last week against Madison. The Rangers face Wagner tonight at Rutledge Stadium.

SAN ANTONIO — It might sound silly to say that a district opener has playoff implications, but that’s exactly the situation Smithson Valley and Wagner find themselves in tonight at Rutledge Stadium.

The Rangers (2-0) have looked outstanding in their first two contests of 2020 — a 45-27 win over Harker Heights and a 31-6 bludgeoning of Madison. Along the way, converted quarterback Jalen Nutt has shined in his new role, as he’s accounted for 465 total yards and three touchdowns.

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