Friday, October 28, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New coaches make debuts as NBA opens tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sti of the nine teams with new head coaches open their 198384 National Basketball Association seasons tonight as the league starts its 38th Those openers include Atlanta and Mike Pratello at New with new Coach Stan Albeck Boston and Jones at with Chuck Daly San Diego and Jim Lynam at Portland and Golden State and John Bach at In other openers Indiana is at lxs Angeles at Kansas Utah at New York at Cleveland and Washington at The openers tonight will be played without the regular referees used by the The officials and UK league have not reached an agreement on a new contract and union counsel Richie Phillips says there will be picketing at the game in if no agreement is reached by game According to the the officiating will be handled by substitute referees who worked the exhibition Bill Fitch of Mo McHone of San Antonio and Kevin IxHighery of Chicago must rait until Saturday to begin with their new teams San Antonio is at Houston for the game that also marks the debut of Ralph Sampson with the Rockets and New Jersey is at Phoenix is at Dallas in another Saturday Despite the preponderance of coaches with new all of them have NBA experience Three were head men last year Fitch went from Boston to Albeck from San Antonio to New Jersey and Ixjughery from Atlanta to Chicago Four others McHone and Lynam are going from roarhes ranks to their first head coaching jobs faly and Jones previously had head coaching jobi and are hack this season Daly was at Cleveland in the 191182 season and Jones was at Washington for three seasons from 19731976 Philadelphia is hoping to break a 15year string of the NBA rharnpions failing to surresfully defend the No team since Boston Celtics have repeated as NBA champion Sports HeraldZtltuiif f nday October 1983 6A Kerrville ends Unicorn season r By DAVID KING Sports Editor KERRVILLE New Braunfels volleyball season came to an abrupt end here Thursday The facing Kerrville Tivy in the first of two games which will decided the District 134A lost to the Antlers Tivy will go on to play Lockhart Tuesday New Braunfels is through for the And a bittersweet end it I just feel badly for the Coach Claudia Perry They were just extremely And they had ben playing so well The Unicorns fell into a hole quickly in the trailing 142 early in the first Heather Seay led a New Braunfels rally by serving six straight but it just wasnt New Braunfels entire game suf but no part more than service Perry The ball was just flying all over the she It was like there was some sort of poltergeist in the And when your whole offense is set up by the service We just couldnt buy Perry said she used both her time outs before eight points had been playd in the first game she was simply trying to snap the Unicorns into playing like they had in victories over Canyon and Hays to wind up district I was just frantic trying to figure out something to she But sometimes in this job you just cant figure out how to get people to play Perry said the which loses only two is already looking forward to next Seniors Teresa Thomas and Dawn Cook both played their last games for New Braunfels Thursday NEW BRAUNFELS KERRVILLE TIVY total Assists in parentheses Donna Winklet 011 2 Teresa Thomas Heather Seav 60410 Kim Wright 0224 Dawn Cook 01 Kelly Wright 0000 Tracy Shoemake 00 3 Rhonda Reed 0000 Totals 6 4 13231111 Rangers capture cross country title BANDERA Smithson Valleys boys cross country team swept four of the top five places to win the District 263A cross country meet here The team qualified for the regional which will be held 5 at Fort Sam Houston in San The top two teams in the district as do the top five Smithson Valleys Kim Huntsucker also reached the regional meet by finishing third in the girls Smithson Valleys Junior Trigo won the boys division by running the threemile course in while Clark Hamlet was Mike Sherwood fourth and Bubba Lem mons In Ronnie Rigdon was Bubba Wisdom Jeff Binkley 15th and John Sherwood was the Every one of them ran their best time for the Coach Keith Richardson They all ran in the and thats the way theyre supposed to do Richardson said the team had an outside shot at making the Class 3A state Wed have to get everybody down in the low 17s to make it to Richardson practice Canyons Suzie Cuddy pushes the ball over the double block of Smithson Valleys Terri Mooney 23 and Sandi Bell Thats setter Monica Krieg watching Canyon won the practice Thursday at the Canyon Both teams won their respective and will advance to the playoffs next Smithson Valley will play although the date and site havent been Canyon still doesnt know who its first playoff foe will College capsules Lions Bobcats East Texas State 30 in Lone Star Conference at Southwest Texas State 21 in 3 Southwest Texas is coming off its first loss in 24 while the Lions are on a threegame winning East Texas came from behind to beat Abilene Christian 3128 a week ET leads the conference in passing rushing offense and total SWT is second in total Lions quarterback Kyle Mackey leads the conference with a 197 yards per game Running back Ricky Dirks leads LSC in rushing with yards a The game marks SWTs and the Bobcats are 30 15 1 in homecoming 82 the last 10 Raiders Longhorns Texas Tech 30 in SWC at Texas 34 in 1 One of the most interesting matchups ot 30 SWC teams since Texas is contending for 1 in nation and Tech gave up most points in school history in last weeks 5920 loss to In 1976 Tech was 30 entering Texas game and scored 3128 victory and went on to tie for SWC title with 101 record Texas defense con tinues among nations elitewith 1 total and pass 3 sewing and No 10 rushing defenseRaider defense has exceUed in three SWC and is eighth in SWC offense and pass Mustangs Aggies SMU 21 in SWCI at Texas ABM 211 in 2 Aggies dont want repeat of history Last time SMU played after a loss was the same scene and Mustangs beat in College 27 7 Aggie defense has allowed two TDs in last four is third nationally in pass defense Aggies will face nations rush defense and leading pass interceptor Russell Mustangs have edge in offensive third in SWC total offense to Aggies Main offensive difference is rushing with SMU second in SWC and eighth SMU runners Reggie Dupard and Jeff Atkins are third and sixth in SWC Golden Wave Bears Tulane 441 at Baylor 2 CDT tears try to retain perfect nonconference record after opening season with wins over BVU and Tulane lost three straight before winning last including 14 7 win Saturday over once beaten Southern Mississippi Tulane QB Wade Etmore threw winning TD pass in come from behind Bears 56 points against TCU Saturday was most points since most in SWC play since 1922 Baylors 426 yaids put them second in SWC total offense Air game is good news bad news foi Baylor leading SWC in passing but last against the pass Alfred Anderson attained SWC rushing lead despite missing TCU game with ankle listed probable for Tulane Cougars Owto Rasor backs in 14 2 9 MM II M SN veArkwMM 14 1 21 in SWC at little 7 fUrarbacks have won eight of act rune meetings K turn ttM into one of the thiee closest ot the SWC s 36 school vs Khoal Mfta il now M 21 Wee 27 Arkansas vie Mice cored 17 victory m last Hock meeting to IMi M4 Hfj Vttn MM of IMI three played there Ratoitoacks tifM II 3 S9H to TeiuM by striking early in 24 3 victory OMIBI Nnwned home season last Meek with Mi home SUM m tei games of Cougars seek cross country title Tonights games By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer Saturday marks the beginning of the District 134As top five runners and two teams will be sifted from the others Saturday during the district cross country meet at Lady Bird Johnson Park near But Canyon Coach David Simmons and New Braunfels Coach Fred Pink dont foresee the end of their cross country Simmons will be leading one of the districts top boys teams as well Rhonda one of the top runners in the girls the meet very com Simmons Its who is running best that Our confidence will be the big key for he Its a not a physical thing Simmons believes his runners have the mental I think that the one thing weve stressed a great deal is our mental Simmons has also stressed the team which has given him seven runners who have contributed to the team Simmons varsity squad is Mauro Mike David Jesse Ca bailer Ryan Roland Hicks and Mike Canyons junior varsity team is Matt Jeff Ed Charles Me Alan Albrecht and Robert Canyons hope in the girls varsity division rests wiih a Shes matured a lot more than a lot of people eipected her Simmons Shes always been in the top 10 this and the top five in the last four imeets Were going to run Diana Kelly in the junior Simmons Pink is predicting a strong race from his Itll be between us and Pink Its a tossup for Weve got an outside he New Braunfels boys varsity will be Mike Marty Richard Hector Howard and Chris The junior varsity team will be Efren James Caldwell The girls led by state runner up Kim also has a good chance to Fredericksburg by far is the better In they look so they might win state this the New Braunfels coach said Fredericksburg beat last years state Waco at a meet in Georgetown earlier this year Pink sees his girls in a good second The girls varsity will consist of Kim Courtney Virginia Teresa Thomas and Ramona Sanchez The junior varsity team will be Robin Belinda Aimee Ten Maria Bayer and Christina Both coaches think the hilly course will present no problem to the run The junior varsity boys will start at 10 while the JV girls will begin at a in The varsity girls run at 11 with the varsity boys starting at a m Cougars Lions Canyon 15 2 1 2 in District 134A at Lockharl i341 04 in District 13 4AI b t Tlf uvjdib iesiea and eidnril ahvi d Ahiie the Lions dftr trn itraivJP losses ds Ot percent 3S Atvi iitri bn Ill us tidllgdme Cuqjri Codfl Tjiv sdiO Burcn said ttic Lioib ilensc hdS only 1 POHMb H dSlILl pldV hdb been hurl t onsisient play in fitline The dn tie bdid tot Ihe iiniwhn h ids been hdfd tor ivevint Ihe dibttut to hdndle In tone Rangers Greyhounds Smithson Valley 13 5 03 in District 26 3AI at Boerne 611 201 in District 26 3AI 7 30 p m Boeine is a pidyotf idhbei ttdin Hanyers Coach Stdn me said The Gieyhoundb looKed hke il ids week in blasting SouihbKie 1 j 7 Botifit b offense is biniple bui effective the quick duo digressive Smithson Valley making proyiess brituie last Aeek a lose to Randolph Irvine said But trie Hdiiyerb inadt loo many fnibtdkes to stay in he game Injuries Sean Bdumos and Piestun Janes out with the llu and Sieve Stohner inay not play beiduse ot a had anile Butch Lenmann Hub die all slowed by muscle pulls