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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Signs of the times Braunlels it of thinQs fof Fridays by tna skjna round town end Canyon Coach Troy Burcht Sttfl photot by John N Senrer OF THE YEAR rrFff a s i Sports By DAVID KINO editor Two personalties will be as much in conflict as two football teams Friday night when New Braunfels meets Canyon is the manic the emotionandfire the Positve Mental Attitude The underdogs in the eighth annual Wurst are the perpetual underdogs who have finally earned a little The Cougars are like oilfield a little shocked by the attention and a little at loose Theyre also like overnight millionaires in that things just keep going right at victory at the end of last season has led to another and another and New Braunfels is the unruffled team the kind of team that wouldnt flinch even if the butler dropped not soup in its The Unicorns go onto the field expecting to knowing theyll The Unicorns are like oldmoney folks they know how to conduct themselves in the Trips to the state semifinals do things like that to football Coach Jim Streetys team isnt devoid of emotion it Just knows what it takes to get the work Its odd that the teams are so dif because the coaches are so Troy Burch at Canyon is a soft fatherly figure who knows when to get Streety is the sitting with his feet in those funnylooking running propped up on the desk and talking about taking care of in a floppy hat salvaged from a track meet whose name has long since faded off the speaks quietly of keeping things in per And perspective is something that both teams need on the eve of what COUWRS VS UMCOftNS TODAY HUE r r T HeraldZtftuit September 1983 6A A clash of personalities Unicorn offense Cougar offense Unicorn defense Cougar defense QB TB FB C RG LG BT LT TE SE WB Greg Bender David DeLemos Rick Purdy Doug CampbeH Bryan Fraeemann Tim Doty WMton Pacharzlna Victor Cabaflero MACK Mnwtt Mark end Brett Bingrwm Stone and Bobby TritUn 511 170 54 145 W 175 M 190 60 229 Si 62 229 60 212 245 62 193 59 160 M ISO 59 160 59 170 QB HB HB FB C G G T T TE SE Ronnie Rrttimann Bill Rudelitsch Glenn Nemec and Tom Haymaker Bret Cappleman Man Kyle Scon Fteiw Gary Edwards Mike Minatrea Mark Batey Chuck Bell Marcalino Gonzakra and Kelly Covington 61 150 W 185 Sr M 150 54 125 Sr 6O 185 58 155 Sr 64 180 Jr 510 180 59 190 60 180 64 190 Jr 510 150 511 175 OLB OLB ILB ILB DT OT NG LCB RGB SS FS Mark Millen Brent Free Kreig Krause Dwayne Dawfcins Weiton Tim Doty Bryan Fraumann Keith Buck John BanksTon Stone Williams John Matney 193 Sr 176 Sr 195 Jr 165 Sr 6X1 212 Sr 62 229 Sr 60 229 Sr 160 Sr 510 165 Sr 59 160 Sr 511 165 511 511 511 OLB OLB MLB DT DT DE DE CB CB SS FS Gary Bret Cappleman Armando Parede Scon Syamken Charlie Muenich Chuck Bell Scon Prews Glenn Nemec Kevin Eyres Thomas Haeussler Marcelmo Gonzales 510 60 59 62 57 64 60 58 5 10 62 510 180 Jr 185 Jr 205 Jr 210 Jr 150 Sr 190 Jr 180 Jr 150 Sf 160 Sr 170 Sr 150 Sr Rittimann Dirk 96 7 Madlock Stone 34 An Int Yds Yds First 295 2 13 0 Passing 296 Individual 7 Glenn Bret promises to be the best Wurst Bowl game with both teams coining in with four onesided theres a lot of excitement about the what with the ticket sales and the complaints about not enough tickets all Burch But we dont want the kids to forget that this is Just the first district And in District all the district games will be The districts seven teams wound up 2431 against outside opponents this and everyone has a snot at the for his has guarded against letting his team get too high too We dont want them to be too tense and he We dont want them to be ready to play Wednesday night when the games not till Friday Streety has to make sure his team doesnt quit doing the things which have made the Unicorns the states 2ranked team this We just want to go about things the way we did for the first four he We dont plan to do anything Neither team holds a statistical edge the Unicorns have yards of offense and Canyon New Braunfels has gained rushing and the Cougars have Unicorns tailback David has 603 yards already this season on 63 Billy is Canyons top rusher with 312 yards on 36 DeLemos averages yards per Rudelitsch Neither team has passed as much as it has wanted Streety has said he wants around 15 a Burch between 10 and New Braunfels is averaging 10 a Canyon The biggest nonpsychological difference in the teams comes in the fiveyard belt surrounding the New Braunfels has good size for a small college Canyon has good size for a small Class 4A That wont be strange to Burch noted about the size Thats one thing weve had to fight all But we are quick we have to good quick feet along the and I think we have good lateral If you dont have that youd better be New Braunfels offensive line of center Doug Campbell guards Brian Frassmann 230 and Tun Doty 230 and tackles Weston Pacharzina 215 and Victor Cabaliero 250 has a Larger average weight 223 pounds than the largest Canyon Canyons line of center Matt Kyle guards Scott Preiss 180 and Doug Edwards 180 and tackles Mike Minatrea 190 and Mark Batey 180 is stronger than any previous Canyon We also feel that weve been good fundamentally up front all Burch You win with just basic football that never Burch said his which has allowed only six points and 391 total will also have to play good fundamental football to stop the Unicorn We have to take care of respon sibilities then take the pursuit he We want to have each gap in the defense As long as our people take care of their gap responsibilites and dont make well be Streetys philosophy is the same avoiding controlling the The team that able to control the ball the most consistently will take a great step toward winning the he After a big play here or there may make a I dont think one big play will beat Three or four by one team could get it Wurst Bowl notes Canyon will sell general admission tickets to anyone who wants to see the Burch We wont send anyone gates at Cougar Stadium will open at Braunfels ISD officials suggested moving the game to San Marcos Bobcat but the suggestion was turned We dont want this thing to get out of Burch After its just a district Rangers seek win streak against Holy Cross Prospects of winning two games in a row have Smithson Valley Coach Stan Irvine and his team positively Tte Rangers face 14 Holy Cross Friday at I in their last non district game of tte Smithson Valley is coming off a 944 thrashing of Last week was an important game for us to Irvine Weve got a chance to win this and thats got to help If we play well enough to well have a tetter chance to te ready for our district opener against Canyon battered Holy Cross 470 last but tte unpredictable Knights also own a victory over District IMA favorite I guess youd call them an upand down teJdub theyve teen in Irvine Parts of SMITHSON VAUfY Probable starlets OHm 1 John Louno SE JeffKingery Mike 156 Wt Heatings and Mike De Le TS zs Bruce Ledbetter DenenQrey BuKhHegemen 610 BO 166 166 ILB ILB Oe La Gaua LeoRamirei Chuck Neuman Steve 210 166 Sr Sr G Mockert Latino Paul Welar Chuck Rtgdon Kevin i what ttey have dona law teen pratty strafe and ethers havent tesn so Haty Cross dsfanss has tesn the teams strength all year long ths Knights teat Randolph by blocking three punts and kicking thrat fisld If yen IMP letting than back ia ths the way we did against St tksy can te pratty feajh an Irvine Every too the Rangers looked like ttey ware going to put away they made a the coach Canyon Jumped on em the way we did on te They got some breaks and some easy and they were out of the game pretty We foal lite their individual athietk talent across the line is tetter than so they can play pretty Getting or making some quick breaks may be the key for the Rangers Friday Irvine With so many young players in the any sort of early boost is likely to last the entire Smithson Valley is still battling with but only one player Shawn Burton is extremely Wide receiver James who missed last weeks is and the other players who had injuries last week have had time to We just hope to improve as much this week as we did last Irvine If we can come out with s thatll make us 32 heading into Smithson Valleys lineup is slowly taking shape as Irvine and his staff find the right for all the Tte defense is getting steadier all while the offense is still unsettled in the Irvine DAVID KINO Birds presence broke impasse over contract BOSTON AP Larry Bird did at the bargaining table what he does on the basketball Things really began rolling once he entered the Boston Celtics General Manager Red Auerbach ami attorney Bob representing held six meetings and still had a way to go before they could agree on a con tract for the superstar said Then Bird and Auerbach met f ace Coface I didnt aspect any and we came out of there with Woolf Bird signed the reported seven nsariy million contract The of the richast in insures that he will not become s agent after the 1M9M National Basketball Association the last on his original That opened it Woolf said of Mondays It was in You could almost feel the love and Larry I want to be a Celtic the rest of my that was Red loves and respects Larry Bird as much as I do I felt Red Auerbach wanted to do the best he could do for Larry Bird because he felt he deserved and it was his The 6foot9 drafted out of Indiana was the NBA s rookie of the year in 1910 and an AllStar Game starter in each of his four seasons in the He has averaged points and rebounds per game in his career He said he will spend his entire career with the Celtics Rules infraction AUSTOKAPJ Hte Ml to the ettstrfct Austin High out of race s 114 SMI to Crockett last Friday alas changed to a la a varsity loss to Austin Mc Galluea two wnks than par ticipated ia the Junior varsity game Ike neat AustU Travis Hkgh School broke the rule whan two players were which means tte Rebels can still compete for district Travis principal Jack who headed tht committee of principals tte Austin said ftMCAllgsst committee Judged that tte degree of intent was not tte Allison declined to but tte executive said coach Bill Harper of Auetta and only put Travis aa pretetion for one Tommy Cox of Travis knew of tte UIL rule that was Austin school superintendent John who was in Washington with questioned the severity of Im going te look into everything when I get Elks tot Austin Amerif en fitstesmsn We may have to do some evaluating if tte circumstances This situation reflects on the AISD athletic Ellis and McGee were in Washington on Wednesday for a White House reception honoring Austin High as one of the 144 high schools selected this summer by the US Department of Education as We want to turn this regrettable as it uito something aswcuitit principal Inns Novoa told the before Wed practice
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