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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas to face its jinxteam Houston By OENNE FREEMAN Writer What a way for the Arkansas Razorbacks to finally hit the Unbeaten And the 50 Razorbacks have to play in the Astrodome where they have never won a game against a team they have not beaten In four Houston has been Arkansas Coach Lou Holtzs jinx team particularly in the Dome where the last two times the Cougars have come from behind to beat the Were going to find out about this said It will be a lot different on the We have yet to prove I believe a good football team can go anywhere in the world and still play a great The kickoff will be regionally televised by CBS on what will prove to be another million Saturday for the Southwest Fourthranked Southern Methodist takes its Pony Express tandem of Eric Dickerson and Craig James to Austin for another regionally televised joust with the 19th rated Texas to be shown at 2 SO on SMU is 34 in the SWC and a halfgame ahead of the 20 Texas is 10 in league while Houston is 1 The oddsmakers made Texas a surprising 1point choice over while Arkansas was a field goal pick over In other SWC Texas was a 14point favorite over Rice in College Baylor was a 7point favorite over Texas Christian at Fort and Texas Tech took on 1 ranked Washington as a 20point Houston Coach Bill Yeoman said the Cougars always get fired up for the Weve been pretty fortunate agairist Arkansas the last four he Its not just a game any faore its a The Razorbacks were idle last week along with while Houston lost 2014 to SMU has the nations longest major college winning streak 10 games and the last team to beat the Mustangs was 97 last Texas will be ready to play said They usually dont lose two games in a We will have to play our best to them Two years ago in SMU beat Texas with James scoring the winning Texas Coach Fred Akers said SMU is better than the Oklahoma who beat the Longhorns They have the same more and a better he Sports October Canyon takes NB in two games of 1512 By KARI MITCHELL Sports editor In two fast paced games Thursday the Canyon Cougarettes reaped their revenge on the New Braunfels Unicorns by defeating them Movement was our biggest said coach Donna Boehle in between We were really moving out I think Loretta Soechting had one of her best games and Stephie Burch was really pounding the ball on those I love the energy they were It was just a beautiful Right from the New Braunfels had defeated Canyon in the first half of district so needless to was The fact that the freshmen and junior varsity also won had something to with I said They wanted all Ihree Its fun to see them play like In the first New Braunfels had taken first serve and opened up to a30 lead before the Cougarettes Loretta Soechting got hot on serves and tossed out five straight points to put Canyon up The Cougarettes had stretched that lead to 83 and then 93 before New Braunfels Tonya Kurd came back with six points to bring the game to its second tie at With the momentum in full swing for both the battle began in NBIs Kim was blocking over the but lost control when a dink by Loretta Soechting fell into the Possession returned on a Stephanie Burch dink to the sidelines and a Rhonda Rompel out of court Spike gave CHS the lead at as the home team crowd ex changed roars for Canyons Myra Skolaut was called for on catch and the game was again this time at Jittery because of the New Braunfels watched Canyon move ahead to 1110 before Rompels spike found the The Cougarettes were called for crossing the net line and the Unicorns were back in a tie at Neither team could score on their next but after a Skolaut service turned into an Canyon began to slowly pull Leading 14 the Cougarettes allowed NB one more point before putting the game away at The second game looked like a repeat of the This Canyon took the quick lead at 40 on the services of Soechting and Not to be NB came back with two straight Debbie Galvan aces to the backcourt and a good block by Wright to put the behind by one at Called for a double they slipped to 53 before services by Hurd and Wright tied the game at with Burch and Soechting up again to the Cougarettes again took a strong lead at Misshit spikes and double hits caused the New Unicorns numerous problems until inspired hitting and setting by Hurd and Pam narrowed Canyons edge to one at 13 it was also Kurds cross court spike that went out and gave the Cougarettes their final Called for a catch and then a wild New Braunfels dropped the second and final Coach Claudia Perry was unavailable for comment after the Junior varsity The Canyon junior varsity and freshmen teams also won defeating New Braunfels by scores of 16 154 and SVRandolph The Smithson Valley Rangerettes defeated the Randolph RoHawks Thursday night 1512 and strengthen their district 26AAA lead to two We had them 145 in that second game and they SV let them catch said coach Louise But it was a good two Staff photo by John Senter CHSs Stephanie Burch anticipates a block as NBs Pam Dunks Harris chooses NB Randolph over SV By SCOTT HARING Wire editor Despite some injury the New Braunfels Unicorns are still big favorites over Kerrville Tivy tonight at least as far as the Harris Ratings System is The Harris system is a complex statistical analysis of most of the high school football teams in the state that yields a power rating for each The difference between two teams power ratings the number of points the higher ranked team would win by if the two New Braunfels enters tonights contest with a power rating of up four points from last The ranked 8 in the state by the Associated are rated 12 of the 143 AAAA schools in the Harris Thats a jump of eight places from last The Unicorns Kerrville has a power rating of 32 points lower than New In his picks Harris names the Unicorns as 20point favorites for the 8 contest in S The Canyon Cougars have a power rating this week of unchanged from last They are ranked also The Cougars have the week In other District 13AAAA Gonzales is a sixpoint favorite over Fredericksburg and Hays is a 13point choice over The Smithson Valley Rangers are in exactly the same spot they were last despite a 2418 win over The Rangers have a power rating of 119 and are ranked 178 of Harris Ratings District 13AAAA Change New Braunfels Up 4 Fredericksburg Up4 Down4 Hays Even Canyon Even Kerrville Tivy Even Down4 the 208 AAA schools in the Harris both unchanged from last j This weeks has a power rating of 19 points higher than Smithson Harris picks the game just that naming the RoHawks as 19point That game will start at at In other District 26AAA Cole is a 9point favorite over and Boerne is favored over Southside by 23 District 26AAA Change Cole Even Randolph Even Boerne Even Bandera Even Smithson Valley Even Southside Even High school volleyball October Final day of season Canyon at Kerrville Tivy district freshmen at 5 JV at 6 varsity at 7 New Braunfels at Hays district freshmen at 5 JV at 6 varsity at 7 Smithson Valley at Bandera district JV at 6 varsity at 7 Varsity football Tonight New Braunfels at Kerrville Tivy district 8 Smithson Valley at Randolph district Canyon does not NOTE the KerrvilleNew Braunfels contest can be heard live Friday on KNBT Air time is Schoolgirl basketball 26 New Braunfels Middle School at Canyon Middle 7thGrade B at 7th Grade A at 8th Grade at If you would like your local sports event listed in the please contact the HeraldZeitung at Celtics sink 110101 due tobad blending SAN ANTQNIO AP Coach Stan Albeck says his Spurs are not blending in well a fact made pain fully evident in their 110101 loss to the Boston Everybody has to be aware of what the other guy is instead of surprising a teammate by a shot or a he said after Thur sdays That has resulted in a lot of Because of all the new players we we are going through these throes right Bostons only nfcw con guard Quinn scored H points in the second quarter as the Celtics led by as many as 17 points in the first closing it out by a 5843 San Antonio was led by George Gervins 22 points in the third period that narrowed the lead to 6 before the Celtics accelerated to an 18 point We have practiced hard to come together as a but under game conditions theres been a lot left to be Albeck So its been a New Spur Bill Willoughby played 25 minutes while Mike Dunleavy played 18 minutes and rookie guard Oliver Robinson played for 3 Willoughly and both former Houston are free The Spurs shot ony 38 percent from the compared to 44 percent for the and were 29 of Gervin opened the second half with 12 straight points NFL faces labor practices charge AP Table for five Seating for Sam Kagel and four of the principals in the National Football League negotiations had dinner Thursday t The four were union chief Ed union executive committee member Stan owners chief negotiator Jack Donlan and Management Council chief counsel Sargent What they discussed may help bring to a conclusion this now in Us 32nd because when labor disputes are experts in the field say they are settled by the not by Asked after dinner by Jayne Miller of CBS News whether there was any progress in the Kagel waxed many years ago I took a course at the University of California I was an undergraduate at Berkeley and this actually was a course on what was progress Kagel And we spent a whole semester on reading about Aristotle and so on and so forth on the idea of the professor said at the end of the I have concluded after spending my whole lifetime reading about what all of the great thinkers of the world consider to be that progress is a gradual movement in a desirable And one of the students in my class spoke up and professor what is the desirable direction And he thats the And when asked by Miller whether the owners and players were headed in the desirable Kagel replied I have no way of determining what the parties will consider to be a desirable No Theyre going to have to decide Alphabet soup was on the dinner The players are seeking a fixed percentage of the television revenues paid to the league by CBS and Theyre also seeking a central salary fund and a wage The owners flatly oppose the fixedpercentage and centralfund portions of the unions demands and have offered a wage scale far below what the union On William the chief counsel of the National Labor Relations said he would issue a complaint sought by the one charging the league with unfair labor Lubbers noted that under the fiveman NLRB boards the league will have a chance to settle the strike and that while he plans to issue a it could be averted by a
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