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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Longhorns second after thumping Auburn fry THE ASSOCIATED PMtt That the LoBgharm to second place in The Associated Press coUfcge football poll bat far behind topranked which routed Minnesota M13 was a nearonanimous choice Monday as the nations top college football lopsided victory gave them a 34 record and a lM2t scoring edge on their It also gave the Big Eight powerhouse 57 of 59 firstplace votes aad of a posabie points writers and The two Hd not rank the Cor i 1 had them with it The Longhorns had potato and from second to eighth after losing to Otto State The Backeyes victory vaaMed them from sixth to third wtth The other members of the top five were AT whose seventhplace ranking last week was its highest and North Arisona Jumped to fourth with 133 points by trouncing Washington State 78 2 Ttict 2 3 Ohio 038 4 S Norti T 8 7 8 10 0 1 1 12Wtt 14 15 18 So 19 Botto 20 f North Carolina btHcd Miami of Otto and went from Itth U fifth wtth M7 For an opcntaf ban fame hi a totally fbreffa environment agafaat a Mghljr rantod fbotbaD team a flnt ban a flnt start I was pleased by the way they kept their Mid Texas Coach Fred I wouldnt chanfe a How could I be disappointed Among the disappointed on Saturday were while Notre Michigan and Florida all of whom fell out of the Top Auburn dropped from fifth to Notre Dame skidded from fourth to 13th following a 2S23 upset loss to Michigan Michigan was edged It 11 mmA fbMM B7 WaBB8BBJiB8l WVM IIwOI I te wane Florida beam by Tttam 24411 feUfnannMhtoNe Alsibama moved tote fee Top Ten fer the first doe aadar Oaadi Ray 4M and rose from life to sixth wtth Ttt wuui national champion Pcro its third straight setback Janped from 13th to seventh wtth 722 The Hawkeyes were followed by with 7N Rounding oat the Top Ten were Washington and Southern Washington shot from Mth to ninth with SB leathern Cal climbed from 14th to Nth with HI potaits by beating Oregon State The Second Ten consists of West Notre Southern Boston College and Florida Last It was Pitt and West Boston moved into the ratings for the first time this season with a 4222 victory over The Eagles replaced Maryland in the Top The Terrapins had been 17th but were beaten by West Virginia 31 Sports September 6 County Players of the week Bender head list By DAVID KING Sports editor Nobody said picking the Comal County offensive and defensive players of the week would be New Braunfels and Canyon both had good offensive efforts Friday They both had good defensive Smithson on the other So Coach Stan Irvine didnt have any nominations for this weeks On the slight edge goes to Canyon safety Thomas a senior and the leader of the Cougars Haeussler intercepted one pass and had another interception called back in Canyons 356 victory over But more he led a unit that shut down a diversified The Bulldogs came into the game on a with a good good receivers and a good fullback and managed only six Thomas led a fine defensive especially in the second Cougars Coach Troy Burcn We just com pletely shut them New Braunfels quarterback Greg Bender is the player of the week by a Bender completed six of seven passes with one dropped for 102 yards and a touchdown during the Unicorns 380 victory over The only reason he wasnt lMor16 or lWor20 was because New Braunfels quit If he continues to play like hell have a great Unicorns Coach Jim Streety He was on target with all of his Making honorable mention on offense were Canyon backs Billy Rudelitsch and Halfback Rudelitsch gained 93 yards on only 10 carries and scored four touchdowns in Canyons They were pretty well keying on and he still had 93 Burch Rudelitschs touchdowns came on runs of and three yards and on a 26yard pass from quarterback Ronnie One of the reasons Rudelitsch was able to get outside was fullback who gained 94 yards on 21 carries in the That was one thing weve always needed in our offense a fullback who can take it into the Burch When they key on the halfback to try and stop the we come back with the Making the honorable mention team on defense was New Braunfels outside linebacker Brent who was in strumental in shutting down Bastrops outside running He had an outstanding Streety He was in on a lot of tackles and helped contain the outside In Free blocked one partially blocked another and caused another to be He had the best game for an outside linebacker that weve had so Streety We felt like their offense was geared to attack the outside linebackers and the so thats where we had to play I HAEUSSLER BENDER FREE RUDELITSCH CAPPLEMAN Girl plays in boys football game PIERCE f APj A 13year old girl who sued to be allowed to play on the boys junior high football team saw limited action in the teams first game Nichole a 110pound was not involved in any major contact in Pierce Citys 183 loss to Marionville and emerged from the game with a clean She appeared as a secondary blacker on three and two passes thrown her way while she played tight end fell in After the she refused autographs and told No My coach told me to No com Nichole said after the School officials and Coach Brad Stewart had ordered team members not to speak to the throng of media gathered for the The contest drew a standingroomonly crowd that spectators said was larger than the average crowd for a local high school football ordered reporters away from the players and also refused to A federal judge in Kansas City ruled last month that Nichole must be given a chance to play with 25 boys on the junior high team in this southwest Missouri town of about The judge ruled on a suit filed by the girls parents after the school board voted 60 against letting her Nicholes friends rushed to congratulate her after the game She appeared embarrassed when photographers and television crews crowded around her as she walked off the and she turned away several small children who requested her Block party Smithson Valleys Julie Cappel spikes around a double block from New Braunfels Kim Wright 23 and Tracy Shoemake while Shalyn Hall The Unicorns bested the Stiff photo by John H Stntfr Smithson Valley hosts Prairie Lea while New Braunfels travels to Lockhart The Canyon Cougarertes journey to Round Rock tonight in other local Australia II seeks deadlock in Cup AP The man who designed Americas Cup challenger Australia II says its reputation as a super light air boat is a and the tactician aboard United States defender Liberty wont argue the Our boat is a heavyweather said designer Ben adding that he is not concerned with boat speed regardless of wind I feel were better in Australia trailing 21 in the bestofseven series for sailings most coveted dropped the first two races in moderately heavy winds of 1711 But both losses came in close races in which the boat experienced equipment I dont even think we were faster the first two Libertys Tom Whidden It just seemed to me that we were more competitive in heavier Liberty won the first race by 1 U seconds and bettered the margin by another 2 seconds in the whan the winds subsided to tt Australia II aueais ssinpsr John Bertram had his boat in front Saturday by nearly six only to be denied vic tory when the winds died and left him two miles short of the finish line as the time limit On Sun Australia II romped by in the worst licking an American boat has taken in 112 coupled with a forecast for light to moderate led Libertys skipper Dennis Conner to call for a lay day on Lexcen says Libertys loss of so much speed in light winds has been primarily responsible for Australia IIs reputation as a light air But he admits hes concerned about especially in higher Australia II is more susceptible to such problems because its two years Liberty was built earlier this Breakdowns the first three races demonstrated that high winds provided stiff competition In light it was no Whidden said Libertys crew realises the enormity of its particularly in light air devoid of radical shifts that favor the Americans because of Conners familiarity with the patterns of RluuU UUiwi 8Mind National League roundup Phils nip Cubs Astros bombed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joe Morgan is one person who really knows how to celebrate a Turning the Philadelphia second baseman slugged four including two home and drove in four runs to power the Phillies to a 76 victory over the Chicago Cubs Monday Im sure glad it was his said Phillies Manager Paul Joe was pepped up before the It was like he knew that he would hit a The victory boosted the Phillies lead in the National League East to two games over the Pitt sburgh Pirates and Montreal The Pirates dropped a 54 decision to the New York MeU in 10 innings and the Expos climbed into a secondplace tie with Pittsburgh with a 63 sweep of the Louis The Los Angeles beat the Houston Astros 92 and improved their lead in the West to four games over the idle Atlanta In other NL San Diego tripped San Francisco 4 Morgans second homer of the a leadoff shot in the eighth made a winner of reliever Ron The blast was Morgans 14th of the but his 10th since the AllStar He hit his 15th homer in the fourth a tworun and also had a single and a I said in Houston last trip that Morgan would help us down the said This is what he a He is the kind of guy you want on your side in a race like Morgans gamewinning blast was set up by a Phillies rally in the seventh that tied the game 66 on Ivan DeJesus tworun Mata Pirates 4 In New Hubie Brooks singled home the winning run in the 10th inning to lead the Mete over the With one Mookie Wilson started the MeU1 winning rally with a single off Kent Wilson then stole second just ahead of a strong throw by catcher Tony Brooks then followed with a single to short center scoring Wilson from second and making a winner of reliever Carlos Losing the Mete had tied the score with two runs in the Ron Hodges single delivered the tying I had to take a Wilson said of his race home against the relay throw from In that Im going on the smallest Expos Cardinals 03 In Bryn Smith teased a fivehitter and Bryan Little and Doug Flynn each knocked in a leading the Expos over Louis in the first game of their Pinchhitter Terry Crowley singled home Argenis Salazar from third base with none out in the eighth inniag for the goahead run in a threerat rally that gave the Expos their secondflame We needed a and obviously were not going to get said Louis Manager Whitey whose defending world champions dropped seven games off the Phillies Dodgers Astros 2 In Los Ken Landreaux drilled three singles and Pedro Guerrero slugged his 29th home run to lead the Dodgers over The Dodgers trailed 21 entering the sixth but erupted for six runs to snap a threegame losing streak and reduce their magic number for win ning the West to 10 The Dodgers have 12 games Bob earned his seventh win in his last eight giving up five hits over six Two of the hits off Welch were firstinning consecutive home runs by Terry his and Dickie 10th Joe took the Padras Giants 2 In San Garry Templetons runscertaf groundout in the fourth inning broke a M tie sat triggered San Diego over the Tony Gwynn knocked in one of San Diegos but his seasonhigh major league hitting streak of SI games was snapped when he went Highthander Ed who tat Giants for four innings alter they scored twice la Ike was the winner with reUaf from lid Floyd   

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