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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Sports I Rams overpower punchless Falcons two first wilt Ite AiianUi Fabum this year but the Los Angeles Kantt rookie fifierert nest IfflK FooSaiE leagues iiigfll wumHior fwftesl anS DitfeerBMi set taut He raced lur l njpefi u ianfc ic 23 carries is TJK was ii steady rain just ajftS 1Z JSii 1 ttoct like ID as Him Iws by i said wit W yarite in 28 at tesipit in 5Z72 rictury we Im gwn ItSirfJ s way to aert be first tiae I take tfrem serwinsly after tratchinf vs This that I TOE more serious ii was a persaaaS gjal to get saore fcao Dickersuu Ksired on runs and seres yarfe aa4 jncrsasrf iffi leagueieading rushing total to yards iw tht Tae yardage Una and UnKibdvwxic Aagtdes fiiagleBeasaa recartte Kaias quarterback Vioce snstaiosd a cut righit baad be it to 2 aeiaaet duriag fee seeoad quarter aotf aerfed a few stitches after tbe passes af tl yards to Presto Deaaard azri iiiae yaras to George Tbe Earns rao 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almost By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Powerful Nebraska has come within one vote of stature it held earlier this season choice as the 1 college in tite weekly Associated press Top Twenty Ooe vote la ttds weeks poll went to runaerup but the stUJ ground after pofliaj two first place votex last The 1W of comtog off a 67 12 rout of received 59 of SO firstplace votes aod of a possible 14W points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and sportscasters in the weekly which rallied from a 143 halftirne defkit to defeat Tezas Christian received which has been 1 in every poll this season and twice was a led Texas 582 in fireplace votes arid in points a week This is the ninth consecutive week that Texas has been earning the right to represent the Southeastern Conference in the Sugar Bowl by beating Georgia remained third with Georgia slipped from fourth to going to the Bowl for the first time in Top 20 20 Mwyferd iVJ 320 71 720 820 720 734 730 30 71S 7oe aas 42S 107 73 Canyons Suzie Cuddy dinks in an earlier match SntlptKto by John Playoff games set for NB 20 20 years following a 4921 rout of moved from fifth to fourth place with 990 and Miami of which completed a 101 regular season by slipping past Florida State 1716 and will meet Nebraska in the Orange jumped from sixth to fifth with 965 Canyons volleyball team and New Braunfels football team will have playoff matchups almost backtoback Canyon will face El Campo at Friday at Gregory Gymnasium in while the Unicorns play Carrizo Springs at at Northside Stadium in San Tickets for the football game will go on sale Wednesday at the high Tickets are for adults and S2 for The winner of Friday nights game faces the winner of the SintonBrownsville Pace which will also be Friday The runnersup in District 13 are 911 on the while Carrizo champion of are In the winner of the CanyonEl Campo match will play the winner of the WaxahachieFort Worth Castleberry match Saturday at for the Class 4A state Waxahachie and Castleberry play at Tickets are available at the door for H for adults and for Canyon is 2410 on the season and the champion of District The Cougarettes are making their first playoff appearance since Holmes may retire By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Diane Holmes was happy at Her heavy weightchampion was seated next to watching the Marvelous Marvin HaglerKoberto Duran fight in Las The next time Diane attends a she again will be surrounded by people but she will be It will be when Larry fights Marviw 11 years and 34 HoiineH1 the night after Thanksgiving at Caesars DUine Holmes remembers going into her husbands dressing room after he kept the World Boxing Council title by stopping Mike Weaver in the 12th round of tough fight June at Madison Square Garden in New Were you scared the champion said Never get scared unless I retorted Now Im cheering like anyone else but Im said But there are indications that after the Frazier Diane Holmes might be able to relax at future fights with her husband at her who turned 34 is faced with a mandatory defense against Greg Page for Don King next Februrary or and there is the possibility of a big money title unification match against Gerrie Coetzee of South the World Boxing Association Recently in Las Holmes reminded some reporters that he had promised Diane that he would retire by I agreed to fight Greg Page in February or he if I fight Holmes admitted he U interested in a unification but puts his purse figure at million pure But Holmes could make a bundle for fighting especially in South an outspoken critic of South Africas raceseparation also is aware of the problems that would come with a fight against Coetzee and must decide if they are worth the I dont want to go through the garbage I went through with Gerry said Theyre going to tag me as a Of if Holmes should he beat Frazier tries to fight Coetzee before the WBC almost certainly would withdraw title recognition from something that would not affect the financial aspects of a HolmesCoetzee fight at But if Holmes maybe Diane can keep him at A lot of people hope for with a 440 record and 16 title has nothing else to Class 4A Region IV Football playoffs New Braunfels Carrizo Springs Sinton Brownsville Pace Fredericksburg Uvalde Beeville Jones Rio Grande City Here are the matchups in this regions football playoffs Comal County players of the week Nemec goes beyond call Krause takes control CAPPUMAN PUROV By DAVID KINO SporU editor Glenn Nemec has been getting the job done for the Canyon Cougars all year Friday be went beyond getting the job Besides playing the whole way on the senior also gained 61 yards on only seven carries and scored two touch in the Cougars seasonending loss to For his Nemec is the Coma County offensive player of the week for the final week of the regular Glenn really went above and beyond the Canyon Coach Troy Burch He really had a good On New Braunfels inside linebacker Kraig Krause played a major role in shutting down the Hays option especially in the first His pursuit of the outside option play was excellent he made four or five real good plays in the first half Unicorns Coach Jim Streety He was just real strong on the outside Krause played a major role in New Braunfels 230 victory over the a victory that earned the Unicorns a playoff Also playing a major role was nose guard Brian who along with Canyon linebacker Bret Cappleman was named to the honorable mention lilt on Frassmann was a big reason the Rebels inside running game was practically non existent in the The 240pound nose guard has been playing well the last several Streety Cappleman was the steadiest defensive player for the Burch And aside from two lightningbolt the whole Canyon defense played Burch noted On the honorable mention players are New Braunfels guard Tim Doty and running back Itick Doty played about his third real good game in a Friday Streety said He was really blowing his guy off the the coach Taking advantage of the boles was who gained 138 yards on 19 a senior playing both fullback and now has 822 yards on 161 carries this season and has gone over 100 yards the last two He ran very Streety didnt know how strong he had run untU I looked at the film a couple of He really ran through some Purdy has scored touchdowns from the folio wing guards Doty and Frassmann on the The senior has been moving into the tailback spot in shortyardagt situations
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