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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeratdZeitung September 7 A Staff photo by John Senter Digging hard Smithson Valleys Angi Pagani dives to the floor to the Rangerettes second place was the highest finish save a spike during the Fraulein Volleyfest title game among local against San The Rattlers won the but turnovers Smithson Valley victimized by 366 By KARI MITCHELL Sports editor Nine Smithson Valley coach Rick Calhoun said solemnly shaking his head at the score NINE in one Can you believe it Instead of teaching them how to avoid we should have taught them to hold on to the It was certainly a lesson in And it was taught well by the Pfluger ville Crushing the now 11 Rangers 366 in Pflugerville the Panthers 20 took control from the first play and marched for a total 531 yards rushing to 189 for SV the first 71 of which came on the opening play of the SVs Jeff Hamil had just kicked placing the ball at the Pflugerville 29 on a roll fullback Randy Weiss took the pitch from quarterback Jeff Walker and ran 71 yards for a Glen Thompson came in for the extra point to make it Panther fans stood up in a as surprised as the outrun I didnt start to worry said The worrying came after Pflugerville made their second Just had gone by when on fourth and one from the Pflugerville Smithson Valley fumbled and Thompson Three plays later Walker pulled a QB keeper up the middle for a 130 We just werent said We werent as prepared as we should have been for their fullback Randy Weiss or the But you also have to consider that these kids arent used to a winning They need to gradually build up to Itll take a little It took too much Friday What started off bad got worse Before the Rangers had lined up three one interception and allowed four touchdowns and one field goal for a total of 30 Rusts first half eight of 17 for 107 looked to be the only bright spot of the game as Pflugerville set up for their third With remaining in the second Weiss stepped 61 yards to the Smithson Valley one yard line on a roll out right before a chasing Butch Hegeman nailed him with a shoestring After two penalties of 15 holding and five yards illegal the Pan thers were still within range at the 16 when Jimmy Brown took a pitchback and sped around the right side and into the Thompsons kick was good to make the score One minute and 92 seconds Brown repeated his touchdown this time on a 13yard pass from The When a Joey Quinney 40yard TD run was brought back on a holding the Panthers had to settle for a Thompson field goal and 300 Just remained in the half as the Rangers began the move to narrow that Completing their longest possession of the SV took the ball on their own 42yard line and marched 58 yards for a Reminiscent of last weeks 35 0 stomp over quarterback James Rust reared back with a 20 yard bomb to Hegeman that connected right on the numbers and placed the Rangers on the board for their first and only time of the The extra was no The second half had Smithson Valley playing better said but they still didnt use the fundamentals of the We had three interceptions and three only one of which we then we also blocked a field goal and intercepted the pass when they tried to save It looked like us But not for as the Panthers raked up two more field goals from Thompson to place the final score at About the only thing favorable we beat them in on paper is penalties and said It looks like well be starting with the basics next Other stats from the game Penalties 8 for 40 one one offset 13 for 115 Passing SV 9 of 24 for 125 yards Pfluger ville 1 of 10lor 13 Astros lose to 53 HOUSTON AP The fortunes of the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles combatants in last years divisional have diverged greatly this and Dodgers skipper Tom Lasorda knows at least one Los Angeles pulled to within a half game of the National League West lead Saturday with a 53 defeat of the fifthplace To pennants are won or lost in the Lasorda I really like our After the first month of the theyve been doing a real good While the Astros bullpen has been hampered by the loss of Joe Sambito and other Lasorda has obtained pleasant results from people like Steve who earned his 13th save The Dodgers were able to close the gap on which lost 43 to I hope experience will be a Lasorda We have been there Pitcher Jerry Reuss and Howe com bined to limit Houston to seven while Dusty Baker knocked in a pair of runs with his 23rd home run of the Baker teed off on loser Vern in the first inning with his 23rd giving Los Angeles a 20 Houston tied the score on Terry Puhls RBI single in the third on Bill Dorans run scoring single in the but the Dodgers went ahead to stay in the Bill Russell was hit by a pitch to open the inning and scored on Steve Yeagers Reuss doubled to make it 42 one out he scored when Ken Landreaux greeted reliever Bob Knepper with a bloop Ray Knight knocked in Houstons final run in the seventh with a Homer string powers Texas win ARLINGTON AP George Pete OBrien and Larry Parrish cracked stithinning solo home runs to tack the fivehit pitching of Charlie Hough as the Texas Rangers topped the Seattle Mariners 52 Saturday pitched his 10th complete game of the Seattle starter Floyd Ban walked two and struck out raising his leagueleading strikeout total to Bruce Bochtes firstinning homer gave Seattle a 10 But the Rangers rallied on the three sixthinning Wrights blast was his third in as many games and 10th of the OBriens was his second and Parrishs was Seattle made it 32 in the eighth on Julio Cruz double and two Complete local grid standings District 13AAAA Overall L W L District 26AAA Overall L W L New Kerrville Fridays Games New Braunfels Seguin 0 Canyon Antonian 0 Cuero Gonzales 10 Fredericksburg Marble Falls 0 West Campus Kerrville Tivy 13 Lockhart 12 Southwest Hays 6 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 02 02 Smithson Fridays Games Pflugerville Smithson Valley 6 Bandera Comfort 0 Randolph Holy Cross 8 Boerne Pleasanton 13 Southside Natalia 6 20 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Pony Express SMUruns all over Tulane in 517 rout IRVING AP Southern Methodist AllAmerica tailback Eric Dickerson dashed for two touchowns and 183 yards Saturday making new Coach Bobby Collins debut a success with a 517 college intersectional rout of Dickerson became the second SMU player and the eighth in Southwest Conference history to gain over yards in a Dickerson and Craig SMUs other senior tailback each gained over 100 yards for the 10th time in their careers in the same James gouged out 110 yards and scored a touch down against the outmanned Green He ran 42 yards for a touchdown on the 8 ranked Mustangs second offensive play and the Green now 02 for the never Dickerson romped 14 yards for a quarterback Lance Mcllhenny scored his first collegiate touchdown on an 8yard scamper and Jeff Harrell kicked a 33yard field goal as SMU built a 24 0 halftime The swift Dickerson bolted 25 yards untouched for another touchdown in the third period and freshman tailback Reggie Dupard join the stampede with scoring runs of 3 and 46 yards in the fourth It was SMUs 10th consecutive opening The Mustangs are now 34 against Tulane in their all time The victory was a costly one as SMU lost starting fullback Charles Drayton with a broken right leg in the third Elton Veals kept Tulane from being blanked late in the fourth period with a oneyard scoring plunge against SMU SMU rushed for 521 which broke the school record for one The previous highest rushing total for one game was 501 yards in 1973 against Virginia Ohio Baylor 14 Ohio AP 14thranked Ohio State blew a 14point lead then rallied to beat Baylor 2114 on sophomore quarterback Mike Tomczaks 1yard scoring sneak in the fourth The opening their season before the secondlargest crowd in Ohio Stadium history and its 84th consecutive handed Baylor its first loss of the The Bears had opened with a 2117 defeat of North Texas State last making his first college start as Art Schlichters led Ohio State on a 37 nineplay drive that was set up on Garcia Lanes 18yard punt The returning to their famous ground used all rushing plays to score the winning Tomczak carried the final yard with Ohio States running particularly fullback Vaughn Broadnax and tailback Tim en joyed big a 252pound scored twice on runs of 3 and 4 yards to provide Ohio State a 140 lead in the first 17 Broadnax rushed for 101 his top day as a a 212pound rolled up 147 yards in 30 rushes and became the schools sixth alltime career a 12point tied the score at 1414 late in the third quarter on fullback Robert Williams 11yard Baylors first touchdown came on quarterback Mike Brannons 23yard pass to tailback Alfred Anderson late in the first Miami Houston 12 MIAMI AP Quarterback Jim Kelly riddled the Houston secondary for 208 yards passing and tailback Mark Rush scored three touchdowns Saturday as 19th ranked blew past the in a regionally televised college football a ssnor from East who is being touted as a Heisman Trophy hit 16 of 27 passes to run his career yardage total to as the 1714 losers to llth ranked Florida a week evened their record at It was the season opener for Bill Yeomans Houston which has now dropped five of the last six games in this series which stands at a 215pound senior with a propensity for diving over defensive caught a 16yard touchdown pass from Kelly early in the first quarter and scored twice on 2yard runs on which he dived over the Houston defensive Kelly hit 3 of 4 passes as the Hurricane drove 70 yards in six plays afr the opening kickoff to take a 70 lead on the 16yard scoring pass to The Miami quarterback opened toe drive with a 8 yard completion to tight end Glenn Dennison and then teamed with Rush on a 47yard pass play which set up the Rushs first touchdown run covered the final two yards of a 73yard march that hiked Miamis advantage to 140 with left in the first who hit 6 of 9 passes for 152 yards in the opening set up the score with a 43yard completion to wide receiver Keith Cleveland on the preceeding Houston quarterback Audrey playing for the first time since suffering a shoulder separation against Miami a year engineered a 80yard touchdown drive as the Cougars got on the Scoreboard with left in the second Arkansas Tulsa 0 AP Pintsized Derek Holloway caught a 67yard touchdown pass and made big plays to set up two other scores as 13th ranked Arkansas defeated Tulsa 380 in a non conference game Hollo ways TD catch came on a deep pass from strong arm Brad Taylor and made it 140 in the middle of the second Minutes the 5 senior returned a punt 29 yards1 midfield and Arkansas made it 210 six plays late in the third Holloway made a spectacular falling catch at the 6yard line to up a 23yard field goal by Ernie Villarreal hte third of the The Billy Ray Smithled defense did the which made 507 yards in a seasonopening win over Air Force last managed three first downs in the first half against those came on the Hurricanes first In Tulsa had 60 yards total offense in the first Arkansas made 313 yards and 14 first downs in the first two On those seven the Razorbacks scored two two field missed a field had a pass intercepted and SW Louisiana Rice 14 HOUSTON AP Southwestern Louisianas Clarence Verdin returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and quarterback Don Wallace accounted for two more scores to lead the Cajuns to a 2114 upset victory over the Rice Owls Saturday After giving USL the early Verdin came back in the second quarter to catch a 21yard touchdown pass from Wallace as the a 21point un took a 147 halftime Rice ignited in the third quarter behind quar terback Michael Calhoun to tie the score on Calhouns 31yard touchdown pass to Reggie But Wallace engineered an 80yard fourth quarter drive and scored on an eightyard run with to play for the winning It was the opening game of the season for both Verdin electrified the Owls when he fielded the opening kickoff at his own broke through he first wave of tacklers and then cut to the out maneuvering the last Rice kicker Leland en route to his 95yard touchdown a junior from put the Cajuns ahead 147 at halftime with his 21yard tochdown catch with 36 left in the USL nose guard Vernon Homer set up the touchdown by recovering a fumble by Rice quar terback Michael Calhoun at the Rice New Mexico Texas Tech 0 AP Quarterback David Osborn rifled a pair of long touchdown passes to Keith Magee and New Mexicos defense played havoc with errorprone Texas Tech to lead the Lobos to a rare 140 victory over the Red Raiders Saturday The victory was only the third for New Mexico over Texas Tech in the 28year history of the It also was the first Lobo victory in Albuquerque over the Red Raiders since Osborn hit the speedy Magee with touchdown strikes of 45 and 28 yards in the second quarter and the Lobos swarming defensive unit dominated the Tech The victory gives New Mexico a 20 while trying to rebound from a 191 season in was playing its season TCU Utah 9 Detailed information on Texas Christian Universitys 249 win over Utah Saturday night had not been transmitted by the Associated Press as of
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