New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 2, 1980, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas tterald-Zeltung Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1980 6A Cougarettes fall short against Hays By PATRICIA YZNAGA Staff writer In a game that seemed to come apart and almost come back together, the Canyon Cougarettes lost to the Hays Rebels last night at the Canyon gym, 48-37. The Cougarettes led the game after the first quarter, 10-9. But they lost their lead in the second half of the .second quarter, trailing 19-14 at halftime. Canyon scored only two baskets in the third quarter, not enough to threaten Hays’ 11-point period. “I think we played a good game,” Cougarette coach Keith Sullivan said. "I felt we lost the ball game in the third quarter.” Sullivan cited good offensive play but poor defense in the third quarter. ‘‘We quit thinking, quit moving,” he explained. The Cougarettes worked furiously to gain a lead in the last quarter, but failed. Dawn McCord led the team’s 19-point quarter with seven points. Susan Tieken and Karen Mutchler scored six points each in that quarter, while Tieken led the team with 14 points. “We played a very good fourth quarter,” Sullivan said. “I feel that Susan Tieken asserted herself, which was quite a help. “If we could get rid of that third quarter we’d do a lot better,” he noted. “But four quarters make a game.” The Cougarettes will play their next game Monday night in Luling. In tonight’s contests, the New Braunfels Unicorns travel to Lockhart to face the Lions, while the Nikes are idle after having yesterday’s game with San Marcos cancelled. The Smithson Valley Rangerettes host the Westlake Chaparrals tonight and the Canyon Cougars play Cole in San Antonio. Thursday, the Unicorns and the Nikes play in the Del Valle Tournament, while the Rangerettes and the Rangers play in the Bandera tournament. The Cougars are back in San Antonio in the Cole Tournament. Rangers lose Lack of aggressiveness hurts SV By DAVID KING Sports editor Shooting free throws like they had radar in their fingers — and ice water in their veins — the Dripping Springs Tigers held off the Smithson Valley Rangers last night, 66-61. “Held off” would be the right term, as the Rangers fought back from an eight-point halftime deficit — stretched to IO in the third quarter — to close within two points late in the game. But the Rangers’ furious comeback fell slightly short, as Dripping Springs hit 12 of 16 free throws during the fourth quarter. Ranger coach Roger Kraft attributed the insurmountible deficit to Smithson Valley’s lack of aggressiveness. “In the first half, our lack of aggressiveness really hurt,” Kraft said. “In the first half, they got every loose ball, every loose rebound. “Now the last 12 minutes, we got after them pretty good. But we’ve got to learn to do it for 32 minutes,” he added. Vernon Klar, whom Kraft said was a “little intimidated” early in the game, ended up leading the team with 25 points. Rick Kelley added 21 for the Rangers, who fell to 1-2 on the Rogers wins trophy NEW YORK (AP) — George Rogers, who put the University of South Carolina on the college football map while becoming the fourth leading rusher in NCAA history, won the 46th Heisman Trophy as the nation’s outstanding player. Rogers, who leads the nation’s rushers this season with 1,781 yards in ll regular-season games and 6.0 yards per carry, won by a comfortable margin over defensive end Hugh Green of Pittsburgh. Herschel Walker, Georgia’s sensational freshman running back, was third, the highest finish ever posted by a first-year player. Rounding out the top IO finishers nationally were Brigham Young quarterback Jim McMahon, Ohio State quarterback Art Schlichter, Portland State quarterback Neil Lomax, Nebraska tailback Jarvis Redwine, UCLA safety Kenny Easley and a three-way tie for 10th among Michigan wide receiver Anthony Carter, Baylor linebacker Mike Singletary and Illinois quarterback Dave Wilson. Staff photo bv John Senter Susan Tieken shoots against Hays B S Productions Presents SMITH (Progressive Country Rock) Friday Dec 5,1980 9 1 AT THE SHELLER San Marcos I-35 and Road 123 Now Booking for Xmas Parties Phone 625-7235 year. It was Kelley and Klar who led the second-half comeback -and the aggressiveness — with some solid free throw shooting of their own. Smithson Valley crept to within two at 59-57 with 2:05 to play on a layup by Kelley, and after a layup off the press by the Tigers, Klar hit a pair of free throws to make it 61-59. But after another layup off the press — a press which did help the Rangers get back into the contest, but hurt them late in the game — put Dripping Springs up by four, and two free throws with a minute to play put the game out of reach at 65-61. “Vernon had a good second half, and Rick Kelley shot the ball well for us,” Kraft noted. But it was too little too late against last year’s District 24-AAA runner-up. “That lack of aggressiveness has been one of my biggest fears all along,” he said. “We’ve got to learn to get in there and fight and claw. I think part of that is a result of our inexperience. “But if we can get the kind of effort we got the last 12 minutes for 32 minutes, I think we’ll be OK,” Kraft added. The Rangers play again Thursday in the Bandera Tournament. BARGAINSBARGAINSi HUMANE SOCIETY Mini-Rummage Sale offers • Gifts & Christmas items. • Winter Clothes for Children & Adults • Many Houshold Items FREE Tick & Flea Collar wI purchase of $20 or more. CIVIC CENTER 380 S. Seguin THURSDAY, DEC. 4 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Come Ut help support the operation of the New Animal Shelter! drive rn Al rn I rn 11 § rn rn Georgia tops poll after 11 -0 season pfuulucm Coop NEW BRAUNFELS By ASSOCIATED PRESS The Georgia Bulldogs, completing their first perfect season since 1946, held onto the top spot in The Associated Press college football poll with a chance to win their first national championship. Georgia ended its regular season with a 38-20 victory over Georgia Tech and an 11-0 record. The Bulldogs received 52 of 60 first-place votes and 1,187 of a possible 1,200 points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters. Notre Dame and Florida State were die only other teams to receive first-place votes — four each — and remained Nos. 2 and 3. Both were idle over the weekend and wind up their regular seasons on Saturday, Notre I lame facing Southern Cal and Florida State hosting Florida. Notre Dame received 1.116 points. Florida State 1,092. Georgia and Notre Dame meet New Year’s Day iii the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans iii what very well could turn out to be the game that determines this year’s national champion Pittsburgh was fourth with 1,007 points after a 14-9 triumph over Penn State, which dropped from fifth to loth. Oklahoma, a ft>14 winner of Oklahoma State, moved up from sixth to fifth with 926 points. 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