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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Cougarettes rally past Tivy; Rangerettes win Hie Canyon Cougarettes hit the road Thursday night, and came back co-leaders in the 13-4A volleyball race. After getting drummed by Kerrville Tivy in the first game 15-5, the Cougarettes rallied to win the last two games, IM, 15-12, and pull out the match. The win moves Canyon into a first-place tie with Lockhart at 3-1. "The first game, we weren't woving or hitting at all,” Cougarette coach Donna Boehle said. "After that game, we talked about getting our feet moving and getting together.” It worked. Canyon jumped to a 5-0 lead and cruised in the second game, and sprinted to a seemingly insurmountable 12-5 lead in game 3. Rim Fifer rallied the Antlers behind her serve, and Kerrville closed the gap to 13-12 before the Cougars could slam* the door. "We played hard,” Boehle said of games 2 and 3. "Katherine Morgan picked up some of the most miraculous balls I’ve ever seen. She made some lifesaving digs.” Morgan, who saw little action early in the season, alternated with Nancy Tieken Thursday, Boehle said. Boehle also platooned Carol Friedel and Kim Rittimann like a baseball manager. Friedel, still nursing a sore back, came in when the Cougars needed some setting, while Rittimann was used to provide offense when needed, she explained. "Both of them did the job they needed to do,” she said. Stephanie Burch and Leona Soechting led the Cougarettes with five kills apiece.Rangerettes roll Smithson Valley continued its waltz through 26-3A Thursday with a 15-4, 15-4 rout of Bandera in Bandera. The win leaves the Rangerettes with a 5-0 district record. Smithson Valley, which has given up only 25 points in sweeping its last three matches, has now defeated every team in its district. The Rangerettes could face their toughest challenge of the season Tuesday at Southside. Smithson Valley won a hard-fought, three-game match with the Cardinals in the district opener-Doing the bump A good pass is the key to any offense, and Rangerette standout Julie Coppet goes to her knees to insure that this one finds the setter. New Braunfels Her pteZei tang    Friday. October 7,1963 7A Around the area Second week critical in 13~4A The second week of the District 13-4A season may turn out to be the most crucial of the entire season, if last week's results are any indication. Last week’s losers — Canyon and Lockhart — are up against the wall on the road, while Gonzales travels to Kerrville to see if the Tivy Antlers are for real. Canyon makes its first road trip of the season, traveling to Fredericksburg, while Lockhart faces New Braunfels. Hays, 0-1, is open. In Kerrville, the undefeated Apaches face the 4-1 Antlers, who have already won four times as many games as they did a year ago. Gonzales has been paced all season by a punishing ground attack led by fullback Clarence Owens and tailback Johnny Hunt, while the Apaches’ defense has allowed only lf points all season. The Apaches struggled to defeat Harlingen Marine Military in their last non-district game, but had posted impressive victories the prior two weeks. Tivy responded to a 94) deficit with 28 straight points to knock off previously unbeaten Lockhart The Antlers’ Glenn Kibbett gained 132 yards on 19 carries and Pat Hall added IS on 17 carries as the Antiars ran up M yards of offense. The Antlers' defense allowed the liens only two yards rushing after an 83-yard touchdown run by Lockahrt punter Kevin Schnauts. In Fredericksburg, the 6-1 Canyon Cougars need a victory to stay in the district race. Hie same is true for Lockhart, which is the homecoming game guest at Unicorn Stadium. Next week, New Braunfels is at Gonzales, Hays is at Canyon and Fredericksburg is at Lockhart. Tivy isopen. DISTRICT 13AA Dwtritf Season Team    W    I    T    W    I T No** Br aunt**    I    0    0    6    0    0 Fredericksburg    1    0    0    4    1    0 KarrvA* TMV    1    0    0    4    1    0 Ooniotoa    0    0    0    4    0    0 Canyon    0    10    4    10 Lockhart    0    10    3    11 Hays    0    1    0    3    2    0 Last wreak s games - Near Braunfels 24. Canyon IS. Fredericksburg 18. Hays 0. Kerrville Tivy 28 Lockhart 6 This wreak s games - Lockhart al Mow Braunfels Canyon at Fredericksburg. Gun tales al Karrvas Tivy; Hoys agon Boerne, Randolph head 26-3A action What may turn out to be the showdown for the District 38-3A championship will be played tonight, the opening (tight of district play, at Randolph. In that game, pre-season favorite Randolph, 2-2, faces front-runner Boerne, 4-1. In other district games tonight, Bandera is at Smithson Valley end Southside is at Cole. Under a district agreement, all games will be at 7:30p.m. At Randolph, the Ro-Hawks' tough defense will be tested by Greyhound running back Lance Schaidoer and quarterback Trent Taylor. Schaidoer had 135 yards last week as the Greyhounds blitzed Marble Falls 27-6. Boerne'* defense hasn’t been to shabby, either, allowing 41 points — 21 in one game, a 21-18 loss to state-ranked Hondo — in five games. Randolph was slow getting started this season, falling to Hays 28-0 on opening night and then Holy Cross 9-2 the second week of the season. But since then, the Ro-Hawks have upset South San West and blasted Antonian. At Cole, a pair of up-and-down teams meet in whet looks to be an even match. Hie Cougars art 3-2 after winning 404 (Poteet) and SM (Antialien) and iosiite 27-0 (Canyon) and 35-7 (Poth). Southside is 3-1, with victories of 32-14 (Marion), 27-13 (Holy Crews) and 34-6 (Antonian) and a 48-7 lots to Natalia. The Cougars are led by tailbeck Bruce Galliard, while the Cardinals have been led by fullback George Ruiz, who broke a school record for moat yards in a game two weeks ago against Antonian. DISTRICT 26 3A Ostrct Saaaor Teem    W    L    T    W    L    T Bandar*    0    0    0    4    1    0 Bowne    0    0    0    4    1    0 Southed•    0    0    0    3    1    0 Smittwon vanay    0    0    0    3    2    0 Cola    0    0    0    2    2    0 Rendon^    0    0    0    2    2    0 Leat wwek • games - Smrthaon Vakay 36 Holy Cross 7, Bandora 31 junction 0 Rendotpn 42. Anion** 0 Bown* 27. Mart** Fir t. f ole Southold# open Th* wwak • games - Bandora ai Smithton Vade* Soutnart* ai Colo Boar na at Randolph College capsules Nielsen not secure as trade rumors fly A Red Raider brings down a Toros ballcarrier Shutouts highlight junior league action Bobcats Demons Northwpstgrn Stat# (14) at Southwpat Taxas Sula (3^0), 7 p m Southwaat Tex** put* th* nation's longest collegiate winning streak (20 games) on the line against the Division I AA Demons of Natchitoches, ta. The Bobcats are averaging 422.3 yards par game on offense and 163 3 on defense SWT quarterback David Longhofar was the LSC player of the weak after his 8 for 9, 103 yard, two touchdown performance against Howard Payne last weak Northwestern State has already played three LSC teams — Angelo State. Abilene Christian and Stephen F. Austin - with the Demons' only victory coming over ASU. Bulldogs Lions Texas Lutheran (2 2) at Langston (1- 3),7:30 p m. The Bulldogs mad# a brief appearance in the NAIA Top 20 last weak ai No. 20. but dropped out after a 14-7 toes to Sam Houston State Langston, alma mater of former Dallas Cowboy Thorne* Hen der son. won its first game since 1981 last week, defeating Northwestern 20-14. TLC's defense is ranked second in the NAIA, allowing 171 yards per game - 58 a game rushing The Bulldogs are making their third road trip m four games Cougars Aggies HOUSTON 12 3. I t In SWC) at TEXAS AMU 3. O I in SWC!, 2 p m COT - Two of tho pre Meson dark hor mc followed different paths to their tirsi losses in SWC play last Saturday night Houston giving up more points than aver before in th# Astrodome rn a 42 21 loss to Baylor and Toms A M coming out on the short and of the test 3-0 game in the SWC rn 13 Masons at Tom# Tach .. Cougars secondtanked offense 1407 6 yard# a game) goes against Aggie detente that domed Raid** aS but a 61 yard field goal rn final seconds of first hart last weak and put together a goal tan# play that attended Raiders marts the A M I yard line The Aggies came back with exceptional dafanarva effort after being fiddled by Oklahoma Stale the previous weak on a 34 16 loss The Cougar oftenM roared tor 527 yards and 28 first downs against Baylor, but teM undo* the weight of five loot fumbles and two interceptions Longhorns Sooners TEXAS (301 vs. OKLAHOMA (ZI) at Dallas (Cotton Bowl). 210 pm CDT - Top ton perennials ars up theta again Texas second in both Associated Press writers' and United Pleas international coaches pods and Oklahoma seventh rn UPI. »*yhth AP ., they va both shown an rn I amating arte this season - Taxes down to North Taxes Sui# 62, si haHtims two weeks ago and Ok tat mn ie trailing Kansas Stats 10-0. after one quarter IMI Saturday Taxas sports nations leading defense (174 yards yield par game. SO on ground, and I 6 yards par ruahtng attempt) for challenge from Sooner offense that hit for 400 yards despite losing fivs fumbles against Kansas Stats Marcus Dupree is back from early mjory -with a vengeance rushing for 151 yards and three TDS on 19 camas against Kansas State, white Spencer Tillman had 131 on 21 and OB Danny Bradley ran tor 96 on ll option cames ... Earl johnson subbed for Dupree a weak aer her rushing for 143 yards on IS camas aa OU coach Barry S wi Lr or claimed his 100th victory over Tulsa after taking a 260 halftime lead ... Texas offense showing mort spark as frosh Edwin Simmons gamed 109 yards on five bias against Rica after returning kickoff 72 yards a weak earlier this is 78th meeting and 36th straight sal tout Horned Frogs Owls TOU (03-1. 02 m SWC) al RICE (14. 02 m SWC). 7pm CDT - TCU had beat offensive game of year (ast weak rn 3621 toes to Arkansas white Rica ranted two weeks ago for 22 21 victory over Southwestern Louisiana to and t Ogams toeing streak Frog oft ansa battered Mason average with 338 yards against tough Arkansas detente while Rica was burned for three TO passes rn 424 toes to No 2 Ta*as both teams rely heavily on pasting. Frog OB Anthony Soar ahs hitting 60 8 par cant and averaging S 3 yards par attempt. Rice s Phtlkp Money connecting for tour touchdowns and completing SI 7 par cant Sc tar atta second rn SWC total offanoa with 175 7 yards par game. an average gam of 5 2 yards par play, while Money is ninth rn tote) offense with 109 2 yards par game teams appoar about even rn paM defense. Rica yielding 162 6 yards par game and six TDS rn five starts TCU gnrmg up 174 2 yards par game and live TD* rn tour games Red Raiders Lobos NEW MEXICO (2 3) at TEXAS TECH (211.7pm COT - Lobos have already tost two more games than they did rn eN of 82 when they scored a rare victory over Barters Tech* moat onesided •erie* show Raiders with 23-3-2 advantage .. leat year's 140 toes to New Mexico was one of only tour shutouts twittered by Raiders in lest 129 starts and fest toss to Lobos rn 12 meeting* Lobos have generated good offense, but salt destructed rn 164 loss to North Texas Stats. Now Masco lad rn test downs by 1610 and total yardage by 311 209. but suffered five turnovers, including two dropped punts thai led to North Texas touch downs OB Buddy Funck wiK provide teat for improving Raider defense after running for three fest quarter touchdown* rn 31 IO victory over Now Mexico Sui* and 133 yards on 26 comae rn North Texes State gem* Tach defense was devastating rn 30 victory over Texas A M. Bears Mustangs BAYLOR (31. I I rn SWC) et SMU (AO. 1-0 rn SWC!, 7 30 pm. COT - SWC* two biggest offenses of (ast week oleo represent only teems to ww an SWC football championship rn this decade ... SMU. with longest unbeaten streak rn nation (201 and thud longest in SWC Nstory, gamed SWC Mason high 586 yards rn 34-0 victory over UT Arlington Baylor ran up biggest acor* aver against Houston rn Astrodome (42 21 (and had 416 yards total offense freshmen spark both attacks - Baylor OB Cody Carbon top SWC passer (fifth i at tonally I With 142 voids par gem*. 661 par cant completion*, two touchdowns and no uv t*rcaptions after SO attempt*, whits SMU frosh Jeff Atkins has averaged 127 yards par game rn leat two starts as expected. Beers end Mustangs are liber sky sprinkled among SWC offensive leaders - Savior No I in team offense 1413 yards pw game) and SMU is No 3 (3*71. SMU rn No 2 m rushing (2361 and Baylor is No 6 OSO). Baylor • No I rn passing (2281 and SMU a No 6 HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Oiler quarterback Gifford Nielsen keeps repeating over and over — if he does bis job nothing can go wrong, go wrong, go wrong. Nielsen sailed into preseason as the starting quarterback and lost the job to Archie Manning. Nielsen inherited the job again when Manning was traded to Minnesota and will start Sunday’s National Football League game against Denver in the Astrodome. But once again, there is a shadow looming in the background and on this occasion it is the rumor that the Oilers are trying to strike a deal for disgruntled New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms. "lf I go out and do my job, I’ve got nothing to worry about," said Nielsen, a five-year veteran. "If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my six years here is that you can’t dwell on things you have no control over. "I can’t go behind dosed doors and tell them to do this or that. I’m paid to make a contribution on the field and nowhere else.” Nielsen led the Oilers to the brink of their first victory in 13 games last week but two costly interceptions and a couple of lite defensive breakdowns will send the Oilers into the noon kickoff with an 0-5 record. Nielsen has completed 56 percent of his passes since regaining his starting job. He’s been sacked eight times for 58 yards in losses and bas thrown five interceptions. Oiler Coach Ed Biles says there are no irons in the fire to trade for Simms. "We're committed to looking at the people we’ve got,” he said. The Broncos will try to break a three-game losing streak by removing 85 million rookie quarterback John EU way from the starting lineup and replacing him with veteran Steve DeBerg, who has finished four of the games Elway started. Denver Coach Dan Reeves said he was displeased with the overall team Unless Elway enters the game as a substitute, he wont get to compete against his former teammate at Stanford, tight end Chris Dressel. "Ha's a great receiver,” Elway said. "He made a lot of things easier for me. I was lucky to have him for a receiver.” A scoreless tie and two close games highlighted action in the New Braunfels Junior Football League this week Mustangs 0, Panthers 0 Both teams had touchdowns called back in the defensive struggle Monday. Panthers quarterback Russell Dickerson hit Danny Nagy with several passes early in the game, but the team was unable to score. Also in the first quarter, the Mustangs had a touchdown by Tommy Cuptl called back because of a penalty Dickerson scored for the Panthers, but it was cfiH back as well. Raiders 14, Toros 0 The Rad Raiders jumped out to a 14-0 first-half lead in the defensive-dominated conte* Matt Ethridge scored the first touchdown for the Raiders. It was set up by a fumble recovery by John Snow and good runs by Roger Gomes and Seen Toney. Ethridp added the two-point conversion. Toney scored late in the second quarter for the Raiders' 14-0 lend. David Hill stopped two Toros drives with fumble recoveries, but the Tores kept plugging away. Anthony Carson picked up a good gain on an unusual tackie-around play, and Clay Hubbard and Almondo Mona did a good job on defense for the Toros. BKis Devils 12. Mustangs 8 The Blue Devils took a M halftime lead and then hung on for tho victory. Todd Bergquiat gave the Blue Devils the lead with a first-quarter touchdown, which was aet «p by geed rune by Marc Allan and Koury Kohler A long kickoff return by Allan and a frrufhitftiHi run by Ptrgqu*ri gave tbs Bino Devils a 18-8 lend early in tbs third quarter Jeff Papules gave the Mmtsngs their points on a long nm late in tho game. Ho also addsd tbs twwpoint conversion. Harris likes Unicorns; SV, Cougars underdogs New Braunfels is a 29-point favorite while Canyon and Smithson Valley are both underdogs in tonight’s games, according to this week's Harris Rating System. The Unicorns, who stayed at the No. 4 position in the statewide Class 4A rankings this week, are favored over Lockhart, which dropped from 98th to 104th after a loss to Kerrville Tivy. Canyon, which moved up from SSrd to 30th and from 156 points to 158, is still a seven-point underdog to 23rd* ranked Fredericksburg. The teams are separated by only two power points, but Harris’ line bas the Billies by a touchdown. Smithson Valley, which jumped from 183rd to 157th in the Class SA rankings, is still a 12-point underdog to Bandora in the Hams line. Hie Rangers have 127 pointe tins week, up from 122, while the 58th-ranked Bulldogs have Iii pointe, up from 139. Elsewhere in District IMA, 31th-ranked Boerne (148 pointe) la a tossup against TOth-ranked Randolph (142 pointe) and 150tb-ranked Cole (181 pointe) la a two-point pick over 156th-nBkaH *jouthoiihi (117 pointe). In District 13-4A, Mth-ranked Gonzales (158 pointe) is a six-point favorite over 48th-ranked Kerrville Tivy (155 pointe). Tivy a big jump this week, moving from 58th to 48th and from 150 pointe to 151. Fredericksburg was another big mover, going from 34th to Ord and bern 157 pointe to 181. Boxer dies of injuries NEW YORK (AP) - The death of Isidro "Gino” Peres was tho eighth this year of a boxer after suffering injuries in the ring and the second this month. Ports, 84, a native of Mexico who lived in West New York, NJ,, died Thursday, ria days after boing knocked opt by Juan Ramon Crus of Now York In tho seventh round of a lightweight fight at tho Pott Forum. Pores died at 10:88 am, mid Don Sorrento a yokeoman for St Vincent’s Hospital Medical Conter of New York. Pores, who was ahead altar ais rounds on tho tho cardo of two of tho throe officials scoring tho fight, collapsed in his corner after congratulating Ova. Th* caum of death was ait given panding anautopsy. Peres is tbs first boser to die in New York since WUU* Classsn was injured fatally in a fight against Wllford Scypion at the Fait Forum on Nev. S, 1978. On Fob. 18,1881, Porn knocked out Fred Bowman in the rixtb round at Auantic Qty, NJ. Bowman lapsed kite coma and died a year later.Unicom JV romps, Victor Sierra threw for two touchdowns and a two-point conversion, kickod three extra prints and intercepted a pass as tho New Braunfels Unicorn Junior varsity pounded Lockhart, 17-4, Thursday. Stephen Millett, not lo ba outshone, galloped for two touchdowns on runs of 8ft and 88 yards. Tho It-yardsr is "tho longest oat I’ve ever seen,” conch David Bailiff said. Jet Reyes caught a ia-yard scoring peas from Sierra, while Claude rorterie snared a 48-yarder. The defense accounted for oighl prints, aa Grog Carter bicched a punt cut af tbs end sane for a safety, and Demon Millett, who was ob the receiving end of Ute twopoint conversion peas, returned an la Uh Lockhart quarterback had ham Richard Gonzales and Stephen KhfcflS 8fc^80    Ult IV while Donald Moreno con* tendffMn^^n^dl ah Bu^anufrhh^h    BBF wpwteWPRPB 81 hHhMRMI    #    8hMP    tiv new has a 5-1 record. fWntfteui    A-- • BHI VteWnu uWSuml wQQgwlX ISP Item,84 ;

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