New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 26, 1983, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 26, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Bonugli leads SWT squad Briefly SAN MARCOS — Smithson Valley’s Carla Bonugli helped the Southwest Texas State volleyball team to a 4-0 record in the third and final Lone Star Conference mini-tournament last weekend. The Bobcats emerged third after double round-robin play. Angelo State finished as the top team with a IM record followed by East Texas State at 11-0. The Bobcats posted a 10-4 conference mark and Sam Houston was fourth at OO. The Bobcats defeated Stephen F. Austin (10-2, 15-8), Sam Houston (15-8, 15-11), Howard Payne (154, 16-14) and East Texas State (154, 154) in the mini-tourney. Bonugli led the Bobcat hitters with 30 kills during tbs weekend’s action. “This is the best I’ve seen us play all year,” said SWT coach Karen Chisum. “We really made things happen this weekend. Our intesnity level was the highest it’s been all season. I feel much better about the way we are playing. Our only loss in the second half of play was to Angelo State,” Chisum said. Celeste's double threat leads rout By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When unbeaten Caddo Mills decided to concentrate on defensing Celeste’s prize running back, Deuce Hemphill, it overlooked the reading skills of quarterback Royce Hobbs. Hobbs, reading the veer option to perfection, ran for five touchdowns and kicked two extra points to score all of his team’s points in a 32-7 victory that earned the 5-11 senior mention in The Associated Press Honor Roll. While Hobbs was confusing Caddo Mills, Bovina running back Richard Shepherd was surrounding Springlake by scoring four touchdowns, all by different methods, in a 474 victory. Hobbs completed four of seven passes for 128 yards in what was supposed to be a rugged test for Celeste. He had touchdown runs of one, four, 12, two and one yard. “They kept taking the pitch man (Hemphill) and he just turned it up,” said Celeste Coach Ron Sanderson. “He’s really made our offense come around because he’s able to read the veer so well.” Hobbs has also completed 38 of 48 passes this season, including 15 for touchdowns. Shepherd, a senior running back-cornerback, battered Springlake with a 20-yard touchdown run, caught a 66-yard TD pass, threw a 25-yard halfback pass for a score and returned an interception 60 yards for his fourth trip into the end zone. Shepherd, 5-10, 150, had 104 yards rushing on ll carries and had another nonscoring interception. Little Cypress-Mauriceville quarterback Richard Parnell had a good running and patting performance in a 274 shutout of Lumberton. Parnell rushed 141 yards on 21 carries that included a pair of two-yard touchdown runs and completed five of six passes for 104 yapis and a 40-yard TD pass. Hardin-Jefferson’s Reggie King accounted for 307 of his team’s 365 rushing yards on 24 carries in a 34-14 victory over Huffman. King had touchdown runs of 81, 77 and 66 yards and returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Sabine Pass, the No. 7 ranked Class A team in the state, used the pass-catch skills of quarterback Keith Mayhugh and receiver James Street to defeat previously unbeaten High Island 22-14. Mayhugh completed IO of 18 passes for 216 yards and had touchdown passes of 13, 54 and 75 yards. Two of the touchdowns went to Street, who caught four passes for 152 yards. Beaumont West Brook’s James Guidry completed seven of ll passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns and Jackie Ball gained 156 yards on 16 carries in a 35-6 victory over Port Arthur Jefferson. Carrizo Springs’ Jesse Hernandez had a perfect night catching and kicking in a 56-13 rout of San Antonio Edgewood. Hernandez caught four passes in the game and all went for touchdowns of 40, eight, 18 and 49 yards. He also converted eight of eight extra point kicks. Post’s Milton Williams had five touchdown runs and gained 251 yards on 37 carries in a 35-8 victory over Floydada. Williams scored on runs of 19, three, 43, three and 74 yards. Riviera blanked Banquette 64 on field goals of 48 and 23 yards by Derek Rich, who now has seven field goals for the season. It was the third time this season Rich had booted two field goals in a game. Wurstf88t Walkfest aet Nov. 5-6 The Wurstfeat Walkfest will be held Nov. 54 from 6 a jn. to noon. The walk, which can be either IO kilometers or 20 kilometers, will begin at Wurst World in Lands Park. Registration fee is $5 for the souvenir medal and $1.50 for the IVV stamp. All paid walkers will receive a ticket to enter the Wurstfest grounds. For more information, call David Riedel, president of the New Braunfels Marsch- und Wan-dergruppe, at 625-2760. Wuratfoat 10K run scheduled Nov. 5 The Lite Beer Wurstfest 10,000-roeter run will be held Nov. 5 in Lands Park, with proceeds to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society. An $6 registration fee will be charged. Cards to keep kicker ST. LOUIS (AP) — Despite suffering the worst night of his career, Neil O’Donoghue can apparently plan on remaining the field-goal kicker for the St. Louis Cardinals. Coach Jim Hanifan backed the kicker Tuesday during his weekly meeting with reporters. In fact, he almost went so far as to exonerate him for a 20-20 tie Monday night against the New York Giants. “He just missed it,” said Hanifan in respect to O’Donoghue’s most tormenting of three misses, a 19-yarder with 1:03 to go in the overtime of the National Football League contest. “We’ll get into technicalities. The big thing in that situation in my mind is that No. I, Neil O’Donoghue has won ballgames for us before,” the coach said. “He’s come through in clutch situations for us in the past. I expect him to do it again.” Registration is going on now, and it will also be held from 7 a .rn. to 7:45 ajn. the day of the race. Race time is 6 a.m. All runners will receive a T-shirt and Wurstfest tickets, and awards will be presented to the top three finishers in each division. Divisions for men and women will be 13 and under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 4049 and 50 and over For more information, call the Landa Recreation Center at 62M196 from I p.m. to8 p.m. Bl I MUNOS Bl ll IllNOS Bl ll,DINGS * Prices Go Up Nov. 1st. Buy Now & SAVE! lf you have been thinking seriously about buying a portable building Now Is The Time! All Types 8 Sires From 6x6 to 14’x40\ You Do Not Novo To Toke Delivery Now Call Or Come By And We Will Work Out A Plan PORTABLE ‘ Sering Texas for 19 Years " 94 NEW BBA (JNPR S AND THI CANYON LAU AMA FO* 4 YI AK Mon 9    5    30    P™ mw mn    Ste    9    » *^2 30 pm Scoreboard On the air WE DNESOAY TELEVISION 6 30 p m - Briards ESPN 7 pm - Bowling PBA tour. USA 8 30 p m. - Karat* ESPN 10 pm    Auto rec mg CAST Laguna Sac* 300 (rap**). ESPN THURSDAY TELEVISION 630 pm. — Kara ta ESPN 6:30 p m - Hock ay Quabac at Philadelphia. USA 7pm- Football San Diego St at NavadaLa* Vagaa, WI BS • p rn - Boing irapaatl ESPN Local sports WEDNESDAY Land* Bac Cantar opan 1 pm to8prn THURSDAY Volley bait Poaarbt* playoff tor Oat net 134A runnar-up playoff (pol Football Lockhart trackman, juno* varsity at Canyon Boom# bathman, lunar varsity at Smithson Vakay Landa Bac Cantar opan I pm to I p rn Football stats TEAM Canyon CHS Opp Fest downs 98 SI Rush#* yard* 281 1666 238866 Paaemg yards 671 362 Passes 28B47 3068 3 Punta 16487 40-1080 Fumble* lost 168 167 Peruses* yards 66 606 46374 POWI* 200 88 SMITHSON VALLEY SV Opp Feat downs 84 111 Rushes yards 3281123 2831566 Passing yards 640 861 Passes 389813 6614014 Punta 33 1061 32 960 Fumbles*)*! 3121 1712 Penalties yards 86606 62441 NEW BRAUNFELS Fwsi downs Rushes yards Passing yards Punts Fumbles lost Pana*** yards Points INDIVIDUAL Canyon Rushing 87    203 NS Opp 142    88 3731887 284 1137 866    348 68824 2B»13 24 818    47 *424 2414    2611 80401    68366 218    84 Bey Rudest soh ■rat Cappiaman Glenn Nemec Room* Rstmann Tom May maker Oak Dev idea Hewn Eyres Keen Smith Dean Taylor Wade Jankowski Randy Schung 8r tan Bar gamer Chat Hadlock Ban LaGuauas Mercefcno Gonzales No Yds 76 563 60 280 28 224 26 136 13 67 7 80 IO 48 11 47 9 44 6 34 I 28 6 26 4 16 I 12 3 IO 2 6 I ll R Ratimann Stave Brown Receiving Glenn Nemec Bely Coving**" Chuck Bal Thorne* Haauaalar Marcakno Gonzales Keith Smith Comp Att Int Yds TD 26 BO 7 680    7 3    4    0    18    0 No    Yds    TO I    162    0 7    181    3 •    142    I 8    BO    2 I    21    0 Bonnie Ratimann Brat Cappiaman Kaly Covington Enc Wa! Chuck Bal Randy Schung Kart* (was Own Tauter OMI f, _ 2 IO I 8 I 0 TO PG XP * Tot 9 0 0 40 4 0 0 24 3 0 0 10 3 0 0 10 0 0 11 10 2 0 0 12 2 0 8 12 1 0 I 0 I 6 I 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 • 0 0 1 • 0 0 I 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 • • 1 I SMITHSON VALLEY Patrick Division Rushing W IL T Pts GF GA Player No Yd* NY Rangers 9 I 0 18 43 26 Darren Gray 120 635 Phitadatphia 7 2 I 15 47 27 Butch Hegemon 66 278 NY late* 4 6 0 8 39 44 Kevin Ruby 32 111 Washington 2 7 0 4 20 33 Bruce Ledbetter 29 98 Now J artsy I 7 0 2 23 41 Kevm De La Garza 31 84 Pittsburgh 1 8 0 2 18 38 Slav* Anderson 2 38 Adams Division Room* Rig don 6 14 Quebec 7 3 I 15 63 40 Jeff Hatting* 23 40 Boston 8 3 I ll 38 27 MB* Irvine 22 74 Buffalo 5 3 I ll 34 31 Paaemg Hartford 4 3 I 9 31 30 Player Comp Att kit Yds TD Montreal 4 6 0 8 43 40 Jeff Hastings 24 61 6 300 2 Campbell Conference MB* kvme 12 32 6 144 I Noms Div won Butch Hagaman 3 4 0 99 2 Chicago 7 3 0 14 44 36 Den an Grey 0 2 2 0 0 St Louts 6 3 0 12 33 31 Race* mg Toronto 4 4 I 9 43 47 Player No Yd* TD Minnesota 3 5 I 7 37 46 Chuck Neuman 13 164 2 Detroit 2 3 2 6 27 32 James Rust 6 127 I Smyth* Dtv won Butch Hegemon 9 108 I Edmonton 7 I I 15 51 39 Darren Gray 8 BB I Vancouver 4 6 I 9 51 48 Jeff fengry 2 49 0 Los Angeles 2 6 2 6 36 39 Bruce Ledbetter I 13 0 Wtnrupeg 2 6 2 6 29 42 K*v rn Ruby I 3 0 Calgary 2 8 I 5 25 37 Scoring Tuesday's Game* Player TD FC XP Tot Minnesota 4. Montreal 3 Darren Gray 8 0 4 64 Philadelphia 4. Quebec 2 Butch Hagaman 3 0 I 20 Winnipeg 4. N Y Menders 2 Chuck Nauman 2 0 I 14 Washington 1 Pittsburgh 0 Room* Higdon 2 0 0 12 Chicago 6. Boston I Kevm O* La Garza I 0 0 6 Hanford 8. Loa Angela* 5 Bruce Ledbetter I 0 0 6 vancover 7. St Lou* I Jama* Rum I 0 0 8 Wednesday s Gem** Kevtn Ruby 0 0 I 2 Buffalo et Detroit. 6 35 p rn NE W BRAUNFELS Ruahmg Player David OaLamos Rck Purdy Paul Crawford Scott Hadlock Grog Bandar Stoney W Shams Mike Gehan Charka lech Kean Buck Randy Long Passing Player Greg Bandar No Yds 138 906 122 569 60 244 16 68 30 40 IO 37 11 36 3 16 I 0 3 2 Comp Att int Yds TD 68 93 3 866 3 Randy Long I I ) I 0 0 Recent mg Player No Yds TO Mark Millen 19 301 3 Mark Brooks 17 224 0 Brott Bingham 4 84 0 Bobby Tusten 3 B2 0 Stoney Wteams 3 61 0 David OaLamos 6 37 0 Rick Purdy 3 17 0 Brant Free I IO 0 Lankest A A wast n i JUnfi I8HIU Mi f 2 9 0 Scoring Player TD FG XP Tot David Dec amos IO 0 0 to Babby Trwtan 0 11 20 63 Rick Purdy 7 0 I 44 Paul Crawford 4 0 0 24 Mat MMM I 0 0 18 Scott Hbdtoek 2 0 0 12 Winnipeg at N Y Rangers 6 36 p rn Washington at New Jersey 6 36 p rn Edmonton at T or onto 7 06 p rn St Lou« at Calgary 8 36pm Thursday s Games Boston at Minnesota, 7 36 p rn Quebec at Phdedslph*. 6 36 p rn Pittsburgh at Ctwcago. 7 36 p m Transactions Tuesday s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American Leagua CALIFORNIA ANGELS - Signed Ooug DeCtnces mad baseman, to a three year contract MILWAUKEE BREWERS - Named Bob Humphreys coordinator of player development TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Named Ooyd Boyar minor league peering instructor batton** L4MM2U49 LOS ANGELES BOOGERS - Signed Rick Monday outfielder, lo eons year contract Looking for a I 1 I MobMo L Homo. try tho Horotd lofting call 06-9144. Full Service Ultralight Airpark, Featuring Sales, Service, A.S.F. Training (Land 8t Floatplane), Hangar, Tie down, Fuel I Lake. Look for 'sign/ 19 miles West on Hwy. 306, off Hwy. IH 35, Just North Instructional ride for first 10 eligible flyers to show up opening day (hours 10 a m. * dark). Sign up NOW to get $100.00 off regular price of pilot training, through Nov. 26, 1983. Ultralights in stock for sale._ Ultralight Pilots • fly in to see us. We are Just North of the Large Canyon Park Marina CALL Mal Hodges Or Jon Zldefc 935-2402 135-4572 935-2171 Volleyball DISTRICT 134A Fetal I ■ Canyon New Meanie* Lockhart Karrvtka Tivy W L 8 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 6 * conched distr let uh* Thursday* matches - New Braun*** Oat Canyon. Lockhart Oaf Hay*. Tkry opan Tuesday's matches - New Br aunter* de* Hoyt. Kerry RS Tary dot Canyon ENO DISTRICT PLAY Basketball -WINEGAR SPORTS1 489 MAIN PLAZA 625-3701 It will be our pleasure to pay for I hr parking 20% OFF ALL CLOTHES HOA NM of Fame Gama SAN ANTONIO ll 13) Sanka 314 2 2 8, Mnchte 412 34 ll Gamer* 37 44 10. Moore4* I 2 8. Garvin 14 23 17 18 46 Roberta 0-2 2 2 2. Edmonton4 7 36 It. E Jonas 24 0-0 4. W teams I 2 BB 8. Batton 2 6 12 6 Totter 37 84 38481 ll PHILADELPHIA ll 141 Erving BIBA? 20. (aware I t I 2 I. Mteone 6 18 BB 14. Choak* BB OB 1 2. Toney 7 IO Bi 18. B Jone* BB 11 8 Richardson 38 2 2 8 Rout ma 3 8 33 8. Edwards 2B BB 4. Johnson BB 2 8 IO. Throat! 34 OC 8 Totals 4888 22 31 114 Ban Aniomo    IB 30 32 23- 111 PMtedaiphia    33 2B 22 30- 114 Thro* point goal* Nona Fouled owl None Rebounds Sen Antonio 42 iSenk* Bl, Phkadalphia 34 (Erving Bl Amma Ban Antonio 14 (Moore Bl. Phiadeiph* 27 (Router* Bl Total louie San Antonio 31. Phdodtophia 34 TechMNte-San Antonio 2, Basal de*enaa A 8.424 Hookey inking Mepkey Leajpije By Tho a atonia Al Time* COT PONY Pro Bowl Turf Power Turf New #1 Mesh HiTop #I Low Mesh #1 Leather HiTop KAEPA All Court Canvas Hi Top Leather Leather Tennis Men s Running Women's Running New Leather Tennis BROOKS Hawk Turf Super V Vantage Reg. $30. $43. $49. $43. $70. Reg- $25. $50. $43. $32. $32. $54. Reg. $37. $30. $32. 40. SHOES Sale $23. $32. $37. $32. $54. Sale $17. $38. $32. $24. $24. $45. Sale 29. 23. 25. 32. SNAUWAERT Reg Sale Leather Tennis $35. $26. LE COQ SPORTIF Reg Sale Running $33. $24. Tennis (Men s) $36. $30. Tennis (Ladies) $40. $34. ADIDAS Reg. Sale Men s Training $26. $15. Ladies Running $22. $15. Saratoga Leather $36. $18. Warm-Ups 15% Off Good Thru Tues., Nov. Isl. ;

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