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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports HtraldZHtMf September IA Staff photo by John Senior Smithson Valleys Christine Lehmann bumps SV clobbers Prairie looks to district opener By DAVID KING Sporta editor Celebtations after Smithson Valleys 154 pasting of Prairie Lea Tuesday lasted about as long as the match 20 minutes or Thats because the Rangerettes open District 26 3A play Thursday against last years And Coach Louise Davidson isnt taking anything for Were going to have to be mentally prepared for every Davidson The kids know theyre going to have to work for everything they Nobody is going to roll over and say Smithson take Prairie a Class A all but did that Tuesday The Indians managed only one ace and one kill the entire They basically fell to pieces against Smithson Valleys Laurie Kneupper in the second as she served 15 straight points including eight I knew they wouldnt be that but I ex pected a little more than Davidson Their coach told me they needed somebody who would spike against them because they hadnt seen many teams that The Rangerettes obliged when they as Julie Cappel had six Tricia Munsell two and Christine Lehmann But the Indians had so much trouble picking up the serve that they often could not put the ball into Smithson Valley did what it needed to do in win ning its 12 game in 22 In the first they at least spiked a and we did a good job of picking it Davidson Every player on the Smithson Valley roster got into the although none of them got to rotate very Traci Felch led the Rangerettes in the first picking up four I think we had a real good Davidson Archie traded HOUSTON AP Quarterback Archie Manning and tight end Dave Casper said they were surprised but happy about a whirlwind trade that sent both of them from the Houston Oilers to the Minnesota Im Manning told the Houston Chronicle Tuesday night after both teams announced the I never expected something like Ive been very dedicated to this Ive busted my butt to help the team get out of ths but Im looking forward to going to Minnesota because theyre a winning The Chronicle quoted a source close to the Vikings as saying Houston will receive choices in the second and fourth rounds of the 1964 Oilers Coach Ed Biles refused to confirm that Biles said the deal came about in a single They contacted us he SMITHSON VALLEY PRAIRIE LEA points Shalyn Hall 1 001 Julia 0064 Kim Wagner 0000 Sandi Ball 0000 Rhonda Plan 0000 Tricia Munsell 0022 Traci Falch 4 004 Robin Dalavan 0000 Lauria Knauppar 8008 Tari Moonay 0 000 Christina Lahmann 001 Totals CANYON ROUND ROCK total Ida Alvarado 3003 Stephanie Burch 72615 Monica Krieg 212 5 Leona Soechting 07613 Suzie Cuddy 0336 Carol Friedel 111 3 Nancy Tieken 2529 Kim Rittiman Totals They did a good job coming although weve got a way to go Overall Im optimistic about Smithson Valleys junior varsity team also fared defeating Burnets varsity The Rangerette freshmen defeated Burnets junior varsity Canyon The Canyon Cougarettes played one of the closest 151 games ever Tuesday night in falling to Round Rock We played much better than a 151 game that last Cougarettes Coach Donna Boehle We just did all the good things on side It looked like Round Rock got wound up in the third Boehle dropping the Cougarettes to 134 on the season in their last nondistrict Stephanie Burch had an outstanding night recording seven two blocks and six while Leona Soechting had seven blocks and six Canyons junior varsity won its match with Round Rock and the freshmen won General Manager Ladd Herzeg negotiated with the Vikings throughout the talking back and forth with them and keeping me informed of what was going It was finally finalized this Herzeg said the Oilers would pay a substantial portion of both players salaries through The Vikings starting Tommy Kramer of San is ex pected to miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury he suffered Sunday against Tampa a native of said he is delighted with the Ive always wanted to play for the he told the I told Ed Biles that this would be my last year with the I guess that had something to do with the He did not criticize the who have lost all three of their games this year and have dropped 10 games in a I think thit is a good deal for both Ouper The OUcri have improved as an Theyre Biles said the loss of Manning and would not hurt the team this The young tight Chris Dressel and Mike are doing a fine job for he We want to give them more playing As for the quarterback Biles We thought there was very little to choose from from day one between Archie and Gifford Giffs playing time when hes hes done well for who has never played for a winning team in his 13year professional agreed he is happy with the op portunity the trade affords Manning started at quarterback in all three of the Oilers games this completing 44 of 88 passes for 755 On the brink Americans can win Cup today AP Liberty skipper Dennis with a com manding 31 lead in the Americas Cup is on the brink of giving the United States its 25th consecutive successful defense of sailings top Conner won a hardfought 43second victory against Australia II skipper John Bertrand Tuesday by making the Aussies play our game and avoiding tacking duels with the more manueverable foreign boat on Rhode Island It takes two boats to I and my guess is John would have liked to see the boats tacking said who hoped to clinch the bestofseven series He tacks very well and we felt we would be better off tacking as little as We tried to make him play our game a little Its all part of the Australia tacks awfully So unless theres a real good reason to we he Tacking is a zigzag manuever to change course by bringing the front of the boat through the wind so the sail moves from one side to Conners strategy paid off because Bertrand apparently had unlimited faith in the speed of his innovative wingedkeel The Aussie skipper chose not to take full advantage of his boats ability to turn quickly during the tacking manuevers on the windward he tacked only occasionally and tried to outrun Liberty after falling behind at the start by six We were playing the wind shifts We were mixing it We obviously gained at one stage Liberty had a two boatlength lead and we were able to get back to no lead at Bertrand Midway through the first Conner responded by guiding his ruby red boat to the windward side of the picking up a wind shift and surging Ber trand stuck to his strategy on the two final windward legs but trailed Liberty by at least five boat lengths for the rest of the Dualpurpose player excels By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Refugio High Schools Art Green is learning a new position at tight end this season in hopes of helping the Bobcats repeat as the Class 3A state football But Hallettsville players will agree hes still devastating at his old linebacking position where last week Green ac counted for 16 unassisted and four assisted batted down three passes and one punt and intercepted a pass in a 550 remained on the field as a tight end and caught three including an 18yard touchdown reception for his first score at the The dual performance earned mention in The Associated Press Schoolboy Honor Senior tailback Stacy Rusk also earned Honor Roll mention after scoring all the points for Class 2A top ranked Panhandle in a 307 victory over ran for touchdown of and two kicked a 22yard field goal and three extra who anchored Panhandles 1600meter state championship team last gained 136 yards on 17 In other outstanding per formaces last week Anahuacs Kedrick Williams rushed for 230 yards on 33 carries and had touch down runs of five and eight yards in an offense oriented 3324 victory over Bridge The two teams combined for 846 total Temple halfback Melvin collected his third straight 100yard per formance with 104 yards on 13 carries in a 4520 victory over Abilene Collins is averaging yards per carry and is the teams leading receiver with five catches for 88 Laredo Nixon punter receiver Baldemar a former soccer averaged 42 yards on five punts in his first game as a punter and caught a 36yard pass that set up the winning touchdown in a 1413 victory over Laredo Sanchez also kicked both extra Gerald Wilkerson was a scoring machine for unbeaten Cameron in a 416 victory over had touchdown catches of 11 and 34 returned a punt 75 yards for another returned a kickoff 68 yards to set up another score and had a 73yard punt return for a touchdown nullified by a Eddie Bolden of Hamlin scored on runs of and one yard and rushed 201 yards on 12 carries in a 494 rout of Bolden has 527 yards in helping Hamlin to a 34 record while outscoring the opposition Recordtying Aggie honored By ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Alan Smith came within inches of owning a cherished NCAA record by But he didnt know it until he read the BryanCollege Station Eagle the next Smith kicked six field goals Saturday night of 59 and 57 yards in a 384 victory over Arkansas He also hit the crosssbar on a 36yard He broke the Southwest Conference record of five held by AfcMs Tony Franklin and tied the NCAA mark owned by four other The performance earned him The Associated Press SWC Offensive Player of the Week I knew it was a Southwest Conference record but I didnt know about the NCAA until the next day when I ready it in the Smith Then I started thinking about the one that hit the How far can the junior from Texas City kick one I hit a 75yarder in practice with the Smith Maybe Coach Jackie Sherrill will let me try one that far I think I could make it if the conditions were Smith is a barefoot kicker like Aggie greats Franklin and David Smith redshirted last year because Hardy was such a consistent I learned a lot from Smith Smith had to beat out a little brother of We had a lot of competition this spring but once I got the starting job I didnt have much trouble holding it Smith Smith was an extremely accurate kicker at Texas He hit 14 of 19 tries his senior year including boots of 52 and 50 yards against Galveston Ball in a 62 Smith is also noted for his booming kicks into the end which have brought a certain amount of dismay from the 12th Man kickoff suicide Phillies maintain lead in NL East THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joe Morgan is finding life at 40 to his to the benefit of the Philadelphia Phillies pennant who celebrated his 40th birthday Monday with four in cluding two homers and four went 4for4 again and knocked in three runs Tuesday night as the PhiiliM defeated the Chicago Cute M to maintain a laad over Montreal and Pittsburgh in tht National League AU three teams have 11 games Ive always had success in clutch a gpml maaih down the MU wno ii hitting with 14 RBI in I concentrate Were all tickled for Phillies Manager Paul Owens Its satisfying to see a guy battle that long and through injuries and now carrying the Elsewhere in the Pittsburgh blanked New York Montreal bombed Louis San Francisco ripped San Diego Houston clubbed Los Angeles 1M and Cincinnati at Atlanta was rained Morgans lfor10 performance toe last two days is in sharp contrast to toe first ttve months of the whaa he hit uadef SAost ef the But he declines to discuss those dark I only look he When I was 0 for didnt hit the ball any harder than Im hitting it The difference is that then the ball went inches into the and now theyre just inches out of Astros Dodgers 2 Jose Crus led a IWUt Houston at tack with a grandslam homer and a tworun single as Los Angeles lost for the fourth time in five games and had its NL West lead trimmed to games over Nolan gave up four hits and struck out seven in six innings to earn the One of the hits was Pedro Guerreros 30th home two less than last years as he became the first LA Dodger with consecutive 30home run MatsO Pittsburgh kept pace with Philadelphia in the East behind the sparkling pitching performance of lefthander Urry who hurled a struck out 11 and walked none at New York who has not lost since 7 and is 71 since the Ail Star allowed singles to George Foster in the second and Hubie Brooks in the sixth He retired the last 11 Mets he faced to finish his fourth shutout of the Expos Cardinals 1 Montreal also stayed two games behind the Phillies as Bill Gullickson tossed a sixhitter and drove in two one of them with his first career home to hand Louis seventh straight Giants Padras 1 Darrell Evans knocked in two runs with a firstinning giving him 15 gamewinning RBI this and righthander Mark Calvert made the runs stand up with six innings of five hit JOE MORGAN   

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