New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 29, 1983, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Signs of the times N#w Braunfels it getting into tho awing of things for Friday's New Braunfeta-Cany-on game, as witnessed by the signs around town — and Canyon Coach Troy Burch's button, below. Stuff photos by John N San tar GOE OF THE YEAR v * t w y "w f * j f T't TV* i i Sports By DAVIO KINO Sports editor Tiro personalties will be as much in conflict as two football teams Friday night when New Braunfels meets Canyon. Canyon is the manic team, the emotion-and-fire team, the Positve Mental Attitude team. The Cougars, underdogs in the eighth annual Wurst Bowl, are the perpetual underdogs who have Anally earned a little respect. The Cougars are like oilfield millionaires, a little shocked by the attention and a little at loose ends. They’re 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 another. New Braunfels is the cool, unruffled team; the kind of team that wouldn't flinch even if the butler dropped bot soap in its lap. lbs Unicorns go onto the field expecting to win, knowing they'll win. The Unicorns are like old-money folks; they know how to conduct themselves in the spotlight Trips to the state semi-finals do things like that to football teams. Coach Jim Streety s team isn’t devoid of emotion — it Just knows what it takes to get the work done. It’s odd that the teams are so different, because the coaches are so alike. Troy Burch at Canyon is a softspoken, fatherly figure who knows when to get tough. Streety is the same, sitting with his feet in those funny-looking running shoes propped up on tho desk and t«llrin| ahrutt laking    ai hufinaM Burch, in a floppy hat salvaged from a track meet whose name has long since faded off the front, speaks quietly of keeping things in perspective. And perspective is something that both teams need on the eve of what coKMsis; morons ■MDWNITE I Harald-hltm) Thursday. September 29.1963 BA A clash of personalities Unicorn offense Cougar offense Unicorn defense Cougar defense aa Grog Bondar 6-11 170 Sr OB Ronme Rittmann Bl 160 Jr TO David DeLemos sa 146 Jr. HO BJI Rudektach BO 185 Sr FO Mick Purdy so 176 Sr HS Glenn Mamac BS 150 Sr C Doug Campho* BO 190 Sr and Tom Haymaker 54 125 Sr KG Bryan Fnmninn BO 229 Sr FO Brat Cappiemen BO 185 Jr. IG rim Doty B2 229 Sr C Man Kyle 60 156 Sr RT Weston Pachauma BO 212 Sr G Scott PTM# BO ISO Jr IT Victor Cabestro B3 245 Jr. G Gary Edward* 6-10 ISO Jr. TI Ntgrfc Mitten B2 193 Sr T Mika Mmatraa B9 190 Sr St Mark Brooks BS 160 Sr T Mark Bater BO 180 Jr and Oran Bingham 60 160 Sr Tf Chuck BaM B4 190 Jr WB Stone Williams BS ISO Sr SE kfcrcafcno Goniaia* BIO 150 Sr and Bobby Tristan 50 170 Jr. and Ke*y Covington BU 175 Sr OIB Mark Mean 62 193 Sr OIB Gary Edward* BIO lac Jr OIB Brant Era* 62 175 Sr OIB Brat Cappiemen 60 185 Jr ILB •Craig Krauaa bu 196 Jr. MLB Armando Paradar 59 205 Jr ILB Dwayne Dawk in* 511 165 Sr DT Scon Syamkan 62 210 Jr DT Waaton Pac harm* 60 212 Sr DT Chariia Moemch B7 ISO Sr OT Tim Doty 62 229 Sr DE Chuck Ban 64 190 > HG Bryan Fraaam*nr 60 229 Sr DE Scon Prats* BO no Jr ICB •earth Buck 511 160 Sr CB Giann Namac BB 150 Sr UCB John Bankston BIO 166 Sr CB •Cavin Eyra* SIO IOO Sr SS Ston* William* B9 160 Sr SS Thomas Haausaiar 62 170 Sr FS John Matnay Bn 165 Sr FS Marcatmo Goruew* BIO 150 Sr Canyon Ronnie Rrttimann 8 96 New Braunfels Scon Hadlock 14 60 Oak Dew riel Pea* mg I 60 Stone WMtam* Peaemg 8 34 CHS Opp Pts u Af Comp An mt Yds TD HS Opp Player Comp An Int Yd* TD First downs SB 32 R R (Itmann 15 29 2 295 4 East down* 71 33 Greg Bandar 25 42 I 345 2 Rushes yards 1SB113B 131212 Slavs Brown 2 3 0 13 0 Ruaheeyerds 1831131 136 521 Randy Long I 0 1 0 0 Pssamg yards 313 17B Receiving Passing yard* 345 191 Receiving Paaaaa 17-32-2 1B4B2 Play ar Ho Yds TD Paaaaa 2641 2 1651 9 Player Ho Yd* TD Punta BIOS 24-667 Be Rudektach 3 102 1 Punta 11 387 23442 Mark Brooks 9 135 0 Fumbles tost BS 144 Glenn Hemet 2 97 0 Fumble*-lo*t 1B9 159 Mark Mean 9 122 2 Psntabaa-yarda 37 286 27 204 Chuck Bai 5 64 I Panama* yards 30 160 23 141 Booby Tristan I 32 0 Point* 156 • Thomas Haausaiar I 21 0 Pom t» 137 26 David DeLemo* 4 28 0 Katy Covington 2 14 I Bran Bingham I IS 0 Scoring Scoring individual Hadar* Players TO EG XP Tot individual leader* Player TD EG AP Tot Ruahmg Bray Rudektach 7 0 0 42 Rushing David DaLamoa • 0 0 48 Player Ho Yds Ronme Ratman 2 0 0 12 Player Ho Yd* Bobby Tristan 0 7 IO 31 - Mfc. i rimhtTfy Dwiy nuOtHiacn 36 312 Brat Cappiemen 3 0 0 IS David DeLemo* 63 603 Rick Purdy 2 0 I 14 Glenn Ham ac 16 ISS Enc WSB 0 0 14 14 Rick Purdy 59 332 Mark Mean 2 0 0 12 Brat C appleman St 146 Randy Schung I 0 I 6 Paul Crawford 17 68 Paui Crawford 2 0 0 12 promisee to be the best Wurst Bowl gams ever, with both teams coming in with four one sided victories. ’’Sure, there’s a lot of excitement about the game, what with the ticket sales — ffixi the complaints about not enough tickets — all week," Burch said. "But wa don't want tbs kids to forget that this is just the first district And in District U4A, all the district games will be important. The district’s seven teams wound up 244-1 against outside opponents this season, and everyone has a shot at the playoffs. Burch, for his part, has guarded against letting his team get too high too early. “We don’t want them to be too tense and tight,’’ he said. “We don’t want them to be ready to play Wednesday night when the game’s not till Friday night.’’ Streety has to make sure his team doesn't quit doing the things which have made the Unicorns the state’s No. franked team this season. “We just want to go about things the way we did for the first four games,” he said. “We don’t plan to do anything differently.’' Neither team holds a statistical edge: the Unicorns have 1,476 yards of offense and Canyon 1,449; New Braunfels has gained 1,131 rushing and the Cougars have 1.136. Unicorns tailback David DeLemos, No. 44, has 603 yards already this season on 63 carries. Billy Rudelitsch, No. 44, is Canyon’s top rusher with 312 yards on 36 attempts. DeLemos averages 9.6 yards per carry, Rudelitsch 8.9. Neither team has passed as much as it has wanted; Streety has said he wants “around 15“ a game, Burch “between IO and 15." New Braunfels is averaging IO a game, Canyon eight. The biggest non-psychologicai difference in the teams comes in the five-yard belt surrounding the ball. New Braunfels has good size — for a small college team. Canyon has good size for a small Class 4A squad “That won’t be strange to us." Burch noted about the size difference. “That’s one thing we’ve had to fight all along. “But we are quick — we have to good quick feet along the line, and I think we have good lateral movement lf you don’t have that size. you'd better be quick.’’ New Braunfels’ offensive line of center Doug Campbell (190*. guards Brian Frassmann (2301 ami Tim Doty (230) and tackles Weston Pacharzina (215) and Victor Caballero > 250» has a larger average weight (223 pounds) than the largest Canyon player. However, Canyon's line of center Matt Kyle <155i, guards Scott Preiss (180) and Doug Edwards (180) and tackles Mike Mina lrea f 1901 and Mark Batey (180) is strong, stronger than any previous Canyon front. “We also feel that we've been good fundamentally tg> front all year,” Burch said. “You win with just good, basic football — that never changes." Burch said his defense, which has allowed only six points and 391 total yards, will also have to play good fundamental football to stop the Unicom offense. “We have to take care of responsibilities first, then take the pursuit angles,” he said. "We want to have each gap in the defense covered As long as our people take care of their gap responsibibles and don’t make mistakes, we’ll be OK.” Streety s philosophy is the same — avoiding mistakes, controlling the flow. “The team that able to control the ball the most consistently will take a great step toward winning the game,” he said. “After that, a big play here or there may make a difference. “I don’t think one big play will beat you. Three or four by one team could get it done, though.” Wurst Bowl Betes: Canyon will sell general admission tickets to " anyone who wants to see the game, ’ Burch said. “We won’t send anyone away ". . The gates at Cougar Stadium will open at 6 30 p m. . New Braunfels ISO officials suggested moving the game to San Marcos Bobcat Stadium, but the suggestion was turned down “We don't want this thing to get out at hand," Burch said After all. it’s just a distru t ballgame " Rangers seek win streak against Holy Cross PrMpacts of winning two gamaf in a row have Smitten VaUay Coach sun Irvine and Ma tam positively aglow. TIO Rangers taco 14 Holy Crees Friday at 8 p m. In thsir last non-district game of the Seaton. Smithton Valley is coming off a 864 thrashing of Comfort. “Lilt weak woo an Important game for aa ta win," Irvine said. "We've got a chanco to win this week, too, and that's got to help morale. "lf we play well enough to win, wt'U ha vo a hotter chanco to ho roody for our district opener against Bandon." Canyon bettered Holy Chiao 674 loot week, bot the unpredictable Knights alto own a victory over District M4A favorite Randolph. “I gnaos you’d call than en upload-down beUdub; they’ve boon la-i mriolirV” Irvine said. “Parts of whet they hove dona hove bote pretty strong, and others haven't boon to strong." Holy Oooe’ defense has boon tho SMITHSON VAUfY and John Loaano BO ISO So Probable senors Si JettKmgery BIO IM St Offal lea Mea Sharp BIO 110 Jr. Poe Hams HL WI Claes James Rust BS ISO St OB Jeff Hastings B2 IM Sr Botonee BO IM and MN# Irvine BIO IM So OLS Butch Hagaman Sr. FB Kevin De La Gans BS IM Sr OLS gruca La db attar BO 160 So Bruce Ledbetter BIO ISO So BB ksvm Os La Gar ta 68 IM Sr. TS Pawn Ofay BIO IM St. ILB LeoRamaai BT 210 Sr. ZS Butch Hagaman BO IM Sr. BS Chuck Maumee Bl IM Sr. C Lama Marten BO 21B it. DT Stave Stormer BH ll) Sr G Butch Lehmann BS IM Sr., DT Preston Janes BIO 203 So T j0hi\ rtcKgMfi B2 261 Bf. Of gulch Lehmann BB IM Sr. 0 Bobby Mocker! BH ITB Bo. DE John nitre BO ISO So DL Preston Janes BIO 203 Be. S Darren Grey BIO IM Sr. and tori Wafer 610 IM Br MB Ronme Rigdon BH IM Sr. TI Choak Haumon BS IM Sr Hi Kevin Ruby BIO IM So team's strength all year long — tho Knight* boot Randolph by throe punts and    throe field "If you hoop lotting thorn book in tho game, the way wa did against WL Anthony, they can ho pretty tough on you," Irvine said. Every time tho Rangers Mod Uke they won going to pat awny Bt. Anthony, they modo a mistake, tho coach noted. “Canyon jumped oo 'em the way we did on Comfort,” ho said. “They got fn«f brooks and wpm* easy asana, and they won out of tho game pretty "Wa leal Uhs their individual athletic talent across tho ^ is hotter than Comfort’s, to they can play pretty well.’’ Getting — or making — some quick breaks may ba the hey for the Rangers Friday night. Irvine said. With so many young players in the lineup, any sort of early boost is likely to last the entire game. Smithson Valley is still battling with injuries, but only one player — Shawn Burton — is extremely doubtful. Wide receiver James Rust, who missed last week’s game, is back, and the other players who had injuries last week ban had time to recuperate. “We just hope to improve as much this week aa we did toot week,” Irvine sold. “If we can come out with o win, thet’ll make us 3-2 hooding into district." Smithson Valley’s to slowly taking shape rn Irvine end hie staff find tho right portttgas for oil tho players. Tho defease to “getting steadier all along.” wtole the offense to still unsettled in the line, Irvine mid. —DAVID KINO Bird's presence broke impasse over contract BOSTON (AP) - Larry Bird did at the bargaining table what he does on the basketball court Things really began rolling once he entered the game. Boston Celtics General Manager Rad Anorbach and attorney Bob Woolf, roprreonting Bird, hold six meetings and still had a way to go before they could agree on a contract for the saperolor forward, said Woolf. Than Bird and Auerbach met faco-tfrface Monday. "I didn’t expect any agreement, and we come out of there with one,” Woolf said. Bird signed the (sported seven-year, nearly 818 million contract Wednesday The pact, ane of the richest to sports, insures that he will not become a free agent after the 188344 National Basketball Association season, the last on his anginal five-year, 8650,000-per-year deal. “That opened it up," Woolf said af Monday’s session “It was incredible You could almost feel the love and affection Larry said, Red, I want to be a Celtic the rest of my life,’and that was it. “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 it, and it was his reward.” The 6-fooU® Bird, drafted out of Indiana State, was the NBA’s rookie of the year in I960 and an All-Star Game starter in each of his four seaaone in the league He has averaged 22.2 points and 10.8 rebounds per game in his career. He said he will spend his entire with the CelticsRules infraction knocks Austin High out of race AURIN (AP) — White Agrito fflgh •chart principal linqaihai was at a White Hmm r hoMring Bm nrtton’a tutoteadtag Ugh aetata, hor amfafeaat (tora was gtriag Bm football toam a p^ toto altar It Uaraad It had tom weald art eawt to Bm Hurt ct stan-> Im* Anotto artal toPPOMat. to a B4 vanity lorn to Anatta Mc-Orttai two weeks ago, (ta par- raoopttoa    AMW* 814 tom ta AaaBa Oeckett    firipatad to the junior vanity game tatandtaM tort Friday airn wa* changad ta a Bm amt day. fartrtt and Witt artflgnro ta thence it the champtoortdp. Hm penalty *ae far the vtatattaa rf AarftaTnvto High Bebed broke the ime rule when two players were Ut Dtatrtet SMA executive committee aa TMaeday rata Aurtto’snmatatag tax football Bom days- Two Anatta pin yen played played for Bm JV Bm next The executive committee, however, arty put Travis SM probation for one year, which means the Rebels can ■till compete for district heoon. Travis principal Jack Alltoon, who handed the committee rf principals regarding the Anatto casa, said penalties were different became “the committee Judged that the degree of intent wee not the same.’’ Allison declined to elaborate, but said coach Bill Harper of Auntie and Tommy Cox rf Travis knew of Bm UIL rule that was broken. Anatto school superintendent John Ellis, who was to Washington with Ms. McGee, questioned the severity rf purtahmaat ‘Tm going to took toto everything when I get beak,” Ellis told the Austin American-SUtoeman “We may have to do aomo evaluating if tho circumstances warrant Tins rituattoa reflects damagingly oo the (ABD) athletic program." Ellis and Ms. McGee wert to Wallington on Wednesday for a White House reception honoring Austin High rn one rf tho 164 high schools selected this summer by the UA. Department of Education as outstanding “We want to turn this incident, regrettable aa it is, lido something positive,’’ associate principal lima Novas told the players before Wednesday’s practice % ;

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