New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 16, 1983, Page 6

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January 16, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Dierkings jump gives Jets 1714 win LOS ANGELES AH Richard Todds 45yard pass to Wesley Walker set up a 1yard scoring plunge by Scott Dierking with remaining giving the New York Jets a 1714 victory over the Los Angeles Raiders in a second round National Football League playoff who caught seven passes for 169 yards on the got open deep over the middle and Todd was right on Dierking scored the gamewinning touchdown on the next The upset by the seeded sixth among American Football Conference playoff advanced them into next weekends AFC championship contest against the winner of Sundays San DiegoMiami The conference title scheduled next will be played at either San Diego or Miami since both are seeded higher than the Todd completed 15 of 24 passes for 277 yards on the af and linebacker Lance Mehl had two key in terceptions for New York in the waning The who are drove 67 yards on five plays following a Los Angeles punt for the winning New York led at halftime but seemed on the ropes when the Raiders scored a pair of thirdperiod touchdowns to take their first Los Angeles threatened to extend its advantage early in the fourth but New York defen sive end Joe Klecko recovered a fumble by the Raiders Marcus Allen at the the Jets The Jets then moved into Los Angeles but Burgess Owens stopped the threat with an interception in the Raidersend Shortly the Raiders punted and the Jets put together their winning The Jets had a chance to lock up the victory when Mehl intercepted a Jim Plunkett pass and returned it eight yards to the Los Angeles 27yard line with But 23 seconds the Raiders had the ball back when Ted Hendricks recovered a fumble by Freeman McNeil and returned it eight yards to the Los Angeles The Raiders moved to the New York 42yard but Mehl picked off another Plunkett pass with to go to wrap up the The Jets took a 70 lead on a 20yard scoring pass from Todd to Walker With remaining in the first period to climax an 10play The Jets made it 100 with left before halftime on a 30 yard field goal by Pat The threepointer was set up by a 37yard ToddtoWalker The Raiders drove 77 yards with the second half kickoff to make it Allen got the touchdown on a 4yard Los Angeles took its 1410 lead on a 57yard pass from Plunkett to Malcolm Barnwell with left in the The topseeded among AFC playoff completed their season with a 92 Sports Calendar Basketball 17 New Braunfels girls at Tivy at Canyon 18 Bandera at Smithson Valley Lockhart at Canyon Bandera at Smithson Valley 8 Smithson Valley sports banquet at 7 in the Smithson Valley High School The sports of Cross Volleyball and Football will be Ticket prices not If your group would like to place a local sports announcement in the mail it to Drawer New or call 625 9144 and ask for the sports Deadline is 5 the day before publication for Tuesday through Friday editions and 5 Friday for Sunday HvraldZeitung January 1983 6A SV splits header with RoHawks By SCOTT HARING Wire editor It was the wrong night for the Smithson Valley In an earlyseason firstplace showdown with the Randolph Randolphs Amanda Williams led a deadeyeshooting team to a big early lead and a 5125 win Friday night in Rangerettes We were just girls basketball coach Phyllis Bonugli Nothing went our We couldnt have had a worse night The Rangerette offense was working fairly getting the ball inside to Julie Cappel and Kathleen But the shots wouldnt go and Randolph triggered a devastating fast break off the Williams scored 20 points for the mostly on The first quarter ended with Smithson Valley on the short end of a 174 The second quarter saw a tighter Rangerette but the same offensive woes and SV couldnt catch The ball frequently got lost in a tangle of arms and legs and came up attatched to a The Rangerettes held Randolph scoreless the first four minutes of the second quarter and got back to but a disciplined passing show by Randolph got the offense back in gear for a 2510 halftime The third and fourth quarters were more of the Smithson Valley got some outside help from Lynda who led the Rangerettes with 11 but it wasnt enough as the RoHawks con tinued to pull away to the final 5125 They hustled the press was Bonugli but they Randolph have a great The two teams entered the game tied for first in District 263A with 20 Randolph is now 30 in the 10game season and the Rangerettes drop to 2 Following Nicholsons 11 points was Dawn Davis Darlene Garrison Cappel 2 and Murphy Tivy New Braunfels 51 KERRjVILLE The New Braunfels Unidorns boys basketball team lost to the Kerrville Tivy Antlers Friday night by a score of Coach Cliff Wilkins could not be reached for scorers and Staff photos by John Senter Left SVs Darlene Garrison looks to pass in the Rangerettes loss right Butch Hegeman brings the ball downcourt after a Anthony Canyon 52 SAN ANTONIO Despite Mike Garzas 16 the Canyon Cougars dropped to 99 overall with a 72 52 nondistrict loss to the Anthony Anthonys who took a 4026 halftime lead and never looked brought their record to Other Canyon scorers Jeff Stuman Troy Burch Chuck Bell 7 and Ronnie Rittiman and Jeff Kotara 4 Anthonys was led by Tony Joseph with 25 David Penn followed with Jesse Torres had Rob Fernandez had Alan Johnson had Tom DeChant had 4 and Juan Vela had Neuman claims eighth 20plus game It didnt take long for Smithson Valleys Rocky Neuman to chalk up his eighth 20 point In Neuman reached that plateau approximately three minutes into the second quarter as he led the Ranger basketball team to a 9140 demolition of the Randolph RoHawks Friday night in Ranger No one on the RoHawk team had the height to go against Neuman or nearly anyone else on the Ranger and they paid for it The Rangers combined the inside game with a wicked press to jump out to a 140 lead in the first five minutes en route to a 246 firstquarter We played Thats what you should do to a team thats not as good as basketball coach Roger Kraft said after the We were ready to start district and this was a good night to start Everyone got into the act for the not just the big Andy Severance and Jamie Booth had excellent nights getting inside for their own and they fed excellent passes to for mostly uncontested In all four Kraft started with his first team but then switched to the second team partway through the Randolph had as much trouble with the second string as they did with the especially with sophomore center Steve who started the year on the junior gave the Ro Hawks the same amount of trouble as Neuman did when he was in Neuman led all scorers with 23 but Blankenship was close behind with In addition to the offensive the Rangers displayed a rocksolid defense against which Randolph could do little but throw up outside shots and Kraft called off the Ranger press halfway through the second quarter leading but the defense continued to hang tough and the Rangers took a 4919 lead into the locker room at Dreams of a 100point game danced in the fans heads at but Kraft gave more secondhalf time to the second The third quarter did open with a 11point Ranger run that upped the score to but the third quarter ended at It would have taken a phenomenal fourth quarter to reach but the Rangers were merely very The end of the game was a wild array of fast turnovers and foul The thwarted in their desire for set sights on 90 and cheered when the final bucket of the game went through the SV net for the 9140 final It was an impressive start for the defending district champion who now have at least a share of the District 26 3A lead with a 10 The Rangers are 173 Neuman led the Rangers with 23 followed by Blankenship with Following them were Severance Booth Pat Bruce Mike Robichaux Terry Kyler Butch Hegeman Pat Klar 2 and Mike Irvine Henry Williams led the RoHawks with 10 Junior varsity The Smithson Valley junior varsity boys basketball team lost Friday night at home to the Randolph Chris Simmons led the Rangers with 10 followed by Ronnie Rigdon Matt Severance Mike Green 2 and Sean Hays SCOTT HARING Redskins scalp Vikings 21 7 advance WASHINGTON AP John Riggins thundered through Minnesotas defense for 185 yards and a touchdown and set up two scoring passes staff photo by John Sender by Joe Theismann as the Mario Soto goes through his sparring techniquewith Rooster Washington Redskins beat the Soto earns black belt By KARI MITCHELL Sporti editor Sixteenyearold Mario remained standing after a rigorous 2i fight examination Saturday night to earn a place among the soto style black belts He has been an ideal said teacher Chris And he prwved himself thin worthy of his rank Hes never been one one to say never and I so admired him for that I gave him my black He has just completed one of the toughest exams in the state so his credentials arent Now he learns to Moving up from a brown Soto will now become Lopez assistant at the Chris Lopez Karate School on San Antonio His opponents fought without a five rounds at a time were as follows Emiliano Scott Stoney Tony Timmy Corey John Ramon Peter Joe Michael Stoney Williams Isibio Timmy Juvenal Corey Michael Stoney Joe Castilleja and Juvenal Vikings 217 and advanced into the National Football Conference cham pionship Riggins carried 37 one short of the National Football League playoff and gave a deep bow to the crowd as he left the field seconds before the game Theismann completed 17 of 23 passes for 213 including touchdowns of 3 yards to tight end Don Warren and 18 yards to wide receiver Alvin The whose only loss during the strike shortened ninegame season was to will play either the Cowboys or Green Bay in next Saturdays conference championship The Packers play in Dallas Sunday in the NFCs other secondround playoff who had rolled up a Washington playoffrecord 119 yards on 25 carries a week when the Redskins opened their pursuit of the Super Bowl with a 317 romp over was virtually unstoppable in the first half against the He gained 75 yards on 19 rushes as the Redskins opened a 217 Two of the yards came on a scoring plunge on fourthand inches situation for Washingtons second touch down and a 140 lead with one minute remaining in the opening The who had the ball for barely IVz minutes to that then scored when Ted Brown swept around left end for 18 yards and a It was Brown who last Sunday had run 5 yards on a similar sweep with less than two minutes remaining to beat Atlanta 3024 in Minnesotas playoff who had hit Warren with a scoring strike to cap a 66yard drive with the opening followed Minnesotas TD into the second quarter by driving the Redskins 70 yards in eight plays for their third touch He began it with an11yard pass to Garrett and completed it with the 18yarder to the 5 wide Last who had caught only one pass during the regular replaced injured Art Monk and caught three TD passes against the For the second straight all of the seats in RFK Stadium were This there were 452 fans possibly deterred by the threat of a snowstorm that never ;