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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Sports HeraldZdtung 6A Cougarettes fa Antlers put out Canyons 153 liy DAVID KING Sports editor Aftur fire the half of the District 13AAAA Kist the Canyon volleyball team was doused with n cold bucket of reality Tuesday niiilit in For in he playoff the Collarettes were no match for the Kerrville Tivy ulio took a We reallj didnt play coach Donna HoeJilc We were a little nervous and a little tiLht ne didnt move That nervousness affected every part of the Collarettes Hoehle especially the teamwork which held the team together during the hot had been playing so well as a it upset them not Hoehle The more they tried tu work at the worse it They never did relax and slide in she While the first name was the ner vousness showed up in the second numerous errors and allowing the An tlers to take the Boehle But Im really pleased with the team they had the best teamwork of any team Ive and thats what got them so she Getting this far got Canyon a 139 record with a 62 record in I really do feel like we played a fine Boehle We progressed so and even though Im disappointed I still have a lot of pride in what theyve Rangerettes win The Smithson Valley Rangerettes had a confrontation on their minds Tuesday night as they played the Cole and it wasnt Jimmy Carter Ronald the Rangerettes were thinking about their Thursday showdown with Randolph the match that will probably determine the second half champion in District But in the there was pesky a team which does little more than play back returning the ball almost unused every time its hit over the After stumbling to a 1513 loss in the first the Rangerettes rallied for a victory over the Cougarettes at Smithson We were looking to Thursday to Rangerette coach Melinda Venable Our heads werent into the But in the second game we showed a little Leading the power assault was Deanne Car who whacked home one spike that probably blemished the And oddly sophomore Dawn Davis came in for Carney with the score 141 and dropped in a serve for the In the Kangerettes kept the error plagued Cougarettes from mounting a serious I felt pleased with the second Venable But in the third game we relaxed too Relaxation in the third game included three missed an assortment of indecisive moves to the ball and several missed But in the some power serving by Carney pulled the Kangerettes out to a 148 After missing out on three chances to pull the game the Rangerettes got the win on an indecisive outofbounds call from the We need to get our act together Venable I have confidence we can win if we play the way I know we Pro basketball roundup Spurs take eighth straight win By ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO George iervm poured in points and Mark Olberding collected 21 Tuesday night to propel the Sail Antonio Spurs to their eighth straight National Basketball Association vic a 120112 conquest of the stubborn Portland Trail led by a 24point outburst from Calvin kept the game close through tlui first three quarters and led by six points twice going into the final Olherding hit a layup at in the third period and San Antonio never trailed although the Trail tied the score three Reserves Paul Iriffin and Mike laic hit six pomts apiece in the fourth quarter in which San Antonio outscored Por tland to preserve the The winning streak tied a team record for the Spurs and makes them the hottest team in the league with a il which placed six in double dropped to a record u ith the Antonio shot percent irom the field while the Trail shot Ii percent and the Spurs dominated the backboards 4744 in the physical Jazz 104 Mavericks 96 Adrian Dantley was the whole show for the Utah Jazz last year when they had the worst team in the National Basketball This they have Darrell Griffith to make it a twoman so the Jazz shouldnt be singing the blues so Griffith scored points and Dantley 28 in Utahs victory over the expansion Dallas Mavericks Tuesday raising the Jazzs early season record to Griffith and Dantley were a twoman They beat There was just no way to stop Dallas Coach Dick Motta Dantley is the leagues leading and after tonight he In other NBA the Philadelphia whipped the Cleveland Cavaliers 119 the San Antonio Spurs won their eighth straight game with a 120112 decision over the Portland Trail the Atlanta Hawks beat the Kansas City Kings the Milwaukee Bucks won their seventh in a row by defeating the Chicago Bulls the Los Angeles Lakers rolled to a 131101 victory over the San Diego Clippers and the Seattle SuperSonics swamped the Golden State Warriors Geoff Huston was the Mavericks leading scorer with 26 76ers119 Cavaliers 101 Julius Erving and Bobby Jones led a 297 point ex plosion in the final Taminutes of the third quarter to lead Philadelphia over The 76ers outshot the Cavs 58 percent to 30 percent in the period and outreboundecl them Erving led all scorers with 25 points and Jones had Mike Mitchell was Clevelands top pointproducer with Sonics119 Warriors 102 Fred starting his second game in place of injured regular Paul scored 27 points to lead Seattle over Golden who scored 28 in a Sonics victory hit his last 11 including a three as Seattle pulled away from a sevenpoint lead with left in the third period to margins as high as If in the final Hawks 119 Kings 109 John Drew scored 32 including 11 of Atlantas last as the Hawks broke a threegame losing Kansas City trailed only 113 107 with left in the but Drew took over and scored his teams last six points to salt the Dan Roundfield added 27 points for the Hawks and Scott Wedman led all scorers with 34 for the What do you have to do Rangerette coach Melinda Venable asks the referee during a match earlier this Harris favors Unicorns by 10 Coming off a 240 shutout of the New Braunfels Unicorns are a IDpoint pick over the Canyon Cougars in Fridays Wurst Bowl according to the Harris Rating Smithson Valley is an 18point underdog to the Floresvilie Tigers in one of three 27AAA matchups this In other 27AAA Medina Valley is a 12pomt pick over Cole and Randolph is a 22poinl pick over Han the 13AAAA Zone is an eightpoint pick over while Cuero is a 24point favorite over Heres how the districts shape up after eight weeks of competitor with 27AAA first Medina despite an upset loss to is the top team with a 142 26th in the Thats down from 146 and 15th a week continuing a rollercoaster ride in the Harris jumped from 83rd overall with 130 to 60th overall with Floresvilie fell from 62nd overall to 75th with its loss to dropping in the ratings from 133 to moved up from 97th to 85th with the jumping from 128 to 130 Smithson Valley stayed the same with its onepoint win over but dropped from 170th to Bandera stayed the 112 points at In District it looks like this Tivy moved up from 40th in the state to 27th with its convincing win over The Antlers picked up four points to sit at coming off a lastminute brush with an upset at fell from 50th to 59th and from 142 to 140 in the power New Braunfels stayed at 139 points but moved from 69th to 67th after its win over Cuero took the biggest falling from 47th to 72nd after a 200 loss at The Gobblers also lost four points to fall to Canyons efforts last week moved the Cougars up to 114th from 121st and up two points to Boerne moved up a position despite its loss to New The Greyhounds moved from 142nd to but kept 114 Beaumont Hebert continues to lead the AAAA Harris listings with 167 while Temple leads AAAAA with 178 and district opponent Bryan is second with HeraldZcitung Office Hours Editorial 9 5 1 on Saturday Circulotion Saturday Closed Sunday 11 Advertising 9 Noon Saturday Office Noon Saturday STORES Since 1946 Big Warehouse Store To Serve You fig 330 LANDA STREET I if Super Store With Super Buys We Reserve Limit Rights Bar Located in The Faust Hotel HOI I A Veranda Bar Thurs 30 412 Halloween fartg 3 42 Witches Brew free for Everyone Wearing a Costume Draft Good STRAIGHT WHISKEY ANCIENT AGE STILLBROOK WILD 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