New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 15, 1983, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 15, 1983

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Aa.v/ ate: Frese Top Twenty rasrinnc* ^jwt v'/u in thus nee* » pi/U went to rurrierup Texas Put the Longhorns SUH r/Kt ground after {iourig two first pta' e v'Aes iast wee* The 114 (yjTTif. asaer s of Net* as**, torxung off a €7-12 rout 'if Kamas received r/» of ll firxt-place vrAes and I,IM of a pi/u. ue i ,^/j pnXiLt from a nationwide panei of sports wnter*. arid spijftvasters us the weekiy (*41 Texas, whuxi ra...»*l from a 24-3 faifture deficit to defeat Texas Oiristiar. 2J[>-24, received 1,137 points. NeOraaXa wrach fuss teen No I in every poll this seawxi arad twice aas a unanimous choice, led Texas ii-2 in first-pLwe v/Xes arid 1,1^1,140 in points a week ago TTus u Pe ninth consecutive week that T exas ha* been No 2 Auburn, earm/ig Pe rigfit to represent the Southeastern Cornerer* e in Pe Sugar Bowl by beating Georgia 13-7, rerriamed Pard with 1,072 point* Georgia yipped fr<xn fourth Pi seventh. Illinois, gouig Pi Pe Rose IViwl for Pe first tine in Top 20 *-a ►rf 1 W/m«* VV I • -VV * • * ’«M» I I 147 2 I**/’ 4 '<t I 072 4 « 414 VV. * % tm I01 it rn 4 K V, MO HD 7 J >/ >* *i I Arf « 424 714 4 4*4 TM I 424 «7 IO I* XMh* 424 VV. 12 72* va *4 ll 4* I •V 17 14 Mw >>V'4 424 It* IS tim* 424 Ute. 14 I tJjw* 7 24 JU* *4 17 424 *rf 24 11 &'/%> * O 724 107 14 I* UMM J 44 4* 2V J 7 44 74 It Canyon's Suz»e Cuddy dinks in an earlier match S we 1*0*0 Bi John Sr So"***Playoff games set for Canyon, NB ill years following a 4ie21 rout of Indiana, moved from fifth to fourth place with MO points, and Miami of Florida, which completed a 10-1 regular season by slipping past Florida State 17-16 and will meet Nebraska in Pe Orange bowl, jumped from sixth to fifth with Mt points Canyoni volleyball team and New Braunfels football tearr. will have playoff matchups almost back-to-back Friday Canyon will face El Campo at 4 30 p m f nday at Gregory Gymnasium in Austin. while the Unicorns play Carrizo Springs at 7 30 p rn at Northside Stadium in San Antonio, Tickets for the football game will go on sale Wednesday at the high school Tic*els are 64 for adults and 62 for students The winner of Fnday night s game faces the winner of the Sin ton-Br owns Ville Pace game which will also be Friday night The Unicorns, runners-up in District 13-4A. are 6-1-1 on the season, while Carrizo Springs, champion of 14-4A. are 10-0 In Austin, the winner of the Canyon-El Campo match will play the winner of the W*xahachie-F ort Worth Castleberry match Saturday at I 30 p m for the Class 4A state championship Waxahachie and Castleberry play at 5 46pm Friday Tickets are available at the door for 64 for adults and 62 tor students Cany on is 24-10 or the season and the champion of District 13-4A The Cigarettes are making their first playoff appearance since 1976 Holmes may retire By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Diane Holmes wa* flappy at ringside Her heavyweight-champion husband, Ixrry, was seated nest Vt ber, watching the Marvelous Marvin Hagler-Roberto I lur an fight in i^s Vegas, Nev Tfie next time Diane attends a fight, site again will tie surrounded by people — but she will int alone It will tie when l-arry fights Marvis Frazier, ll years and 34 fights Holmes’ juruor, the night after Thanksgiving at Caesars Palace. thane Holmes remembers going min tier husband s dressing room after tie kept Hie World Boxing Council title by shipping Mike Weaver in Ute 12th round of tough fight June 22, 1979, at Madison Square Garden in New York ‘Were you scared’*” Hie champion ‘Yeah,” said thane Never get scared unless I do,” retorted larry “Now I’m cheering like anyone else .., but I rn scared,” said Diane. But there are indications lf tat after the Frazier fight, Inane Holmes might be able to relax at future fights — with tier husband at her side Holmes, who turned 34 Nov 3, is faced with a mandatory defense against Dreg Page for Don King next February or March, and there is the possibility of a Ug-rnoney title unification match against (Terne Coetzee of South Afnca, the World Boxing Association champion Recently in Las Vegas, Holmes reminded some reporters that tie tied promised Diane that he would retire by iJecember. “I agreed to fight Greg Page in February or March,” be said, if I fight again.” Holmes admitted tie is interested in a unification fight, bid puts his purse figure at HOO million - pure fantasy but Holmes could make a bundle for fighting Coetzee, especially in South Africa Holmes, an outspoken crtuc of South Africa’s race-separation policies, also is aware of the problems that would come rn Hi a fight against Coetzee and must decide if they are worth the money “I don’t want to go through the garbage I went through with Gerry Cooney,” said Holmes “They’re going to tag me as a racist.” Of course, ii Holmes — should he beat Frazier — tries to fight Coetzee before Page, the WBC almost certainly would withdraw title recognition from him, something that would not affect the financial aspects of a Holmes-Coetzee fight at all But if Holmes retires, maybe Diane can keep him at home A lot of people hope so, for Holmes, with a 44-0 record and 16 title defenses, has nothing else to prove.Class 4A Region IV Football playoffs Nbw Braunfels Carrizo Springs Sinton Brownsville Pace Fredericksburg Uvalde Beeville Jones Rio Grande City Here are the matchups in this region's football playoffs Comal County players of the week Nemec goes beyond call; Krause takes control NEMEC•Ll I v J CAPPLEMAN By DAVID KINO Sports editor Glenn Nemec has been getting the job done for the Canyon Cougars all year long Fnday night, he went beyond getting the fob done Besides playing the whole way on defense, the senior also gained 61 yards on only seven carries and scored two touchdowns in the Cougars' season-ending loss to Kerrville Ttvy. For his performance, Nemec is the Comal County offensive player of the week for the (Inal week of the regular season. ’’Glenn really went above and beyond the call,” Canyon Coach Troy Burch said. “He really had a Bood ballgame.” On defense, New Braunfels inside linebacker Kraig Krause played a major role in shutting down the Hays option offense, especially in the first half. “His pursuit (A the outside option play was excellent; he made four or five real good plays in the first half alone,” Unicorns Coach Jim Streety said. ’’He was just real strong on the outside plays.” Krause played a major role in New Braunfels’ 23-0 victory over the Rebels, a victory that earned the Unicorns a playoff spot Also playing a major role was nose guard Brian Fraaamann, who along with Canyon linebacker Bret Cappieman was named to the honorable mention list on defense Fraaamann was a big reason the Rebels’ inside running game was practically nonexistent in the contest. The 240-pound nose guard has been playing well the last several weeks, Streety said. Cappieman was the steadiest defensive player for the Cougars, Burch said. And aside from two lightning-bolt touchdowns, the whole Canyon defense played well, Burch noted On offense, the honorable mention players are New Braunfels guard Tim Doty and running back Rick Purdy. Doty ’’played about his third real good game in a row,” Friday night, Streety said. ‘‘He was really blowing his guy off the ball,” the coach noted. Taking advantage of the holes was Purdy, who gained ISI yards on 19 cames. Purdy, a senior playing both fullback and tailback, now has 822 yards on IM carries this season and has gone over IOO yards the last two contests. “He ran very, very strong,” Streety ■aid.”! didn’t know how rtrong he had run until I looked at the film a couple of tunes. He really ran through some tacklers.” Purdy has scored touchdowns from the tailback position the la* two weeks, following guards Doty and Fra—maim on the sweep. The lttHkMind senior bae bien moving Into the tailback gxX in short-yardage situations the lait few weeks KRAUSE PURDY ;

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