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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports HvraldZfltung January Balanced NB knocks off CHS Start photo by John Senltr New Braunfels Heather Seay fights for a loose ball with Canyons Nancy Tieken By DAVID KING Sports editor Thursday nights CanyonNew Braunfels game was a match to write home The who won the District 134A girls basketball game could write about their aggressive improved shooting and nifty The Cougarettes could probably write a long letter about what went This was one of those games where we were flat at the wrong Canyon Coach Philip Endicott Its like when you jump out of a plane thinking you have two and you have to pull the ripcord and see the first one doesnt work to realize you dont have a second We were We didnt hit our Leona Soechting got into foul Stephanie Burch twisted her We never got cranked The same couldnt be said for the who came out fired up and stayed that way from beginning to end in the roughandtumble New Braunfels Coach Patsy Davis gave credit to everything from a new defense to a new starting lineup to better But it may have been the aggressive play of the Unicorns presses and 212 zone defense that made the The Cougarettes could not get the ball inside and their outside shooting failed And there were few chances for We did a better job of Davis And we did a lot better job of blocking out than weve been Theyve been strung up in practice a lot about Canyon managed only four points in the first quarter and trailed 2314 at the And New Braunfels defensive efforts got even better in the third when the Cougarettes scored only one field goal and two free New Braunfels was almost as aggressive at the other end of the We used a different starting lineup tonight because my most of the are a lot more Davis And we shot the ball pretty good New Braunfels lineup of sophomores Jana Chafin and Teri juniors Kim Wright and Sabrina Sanchez and senior Teresa Thomas played almost the entire and Sanchez came through with a seasonhigh 16 Thomas had but only four in the second Weve got to learn that T Thomas is not going to New Brsunlels Canyon 26 Canyon Stephanie Butch 4058 Kim Rittimann 3036 Carol Friedel 0020 Suzle Cuddy 0222 Leona Soechting 1042 Nancy Tieken 1224 Lauren Butch 0010 Patty Still 1002 Kelly Landrum 0000 Sherry Wood 021 Totals New Braunfels Teresa Thomas 54214 Kim Wright 1143 Jana Chafin 1113 Heather Seay 0000 Debbie Smith 0010 Sabrina Sanchez 64416 Teri Sides 3016 Rhonda Reed 0000 Janice Borgfeld 1002 Dana Mills Totals Score by quarters Canyon 4 10 4 826 New Braunfels 9 14 14 744 JV score New Braunfels Canyon Smithson ViHey Southside 48 Smithson Valley Julie Cappel 9321 Terri Mooney 204 Sandi Bell 204 Shalynn McCoy 4210 Tiffany Beene Totals 228 Score by quarters Smithson Valley 12 16 12 1052 Southside 13 12 10 1348 be able to take all the shots because people key on Davis Teri Sides can shoot the ball Sabrina can shoot it Jana can shoot those little shots on the And that helps our post Burch was Canyons leading scorer with eight despite limping off the floor with a twisted ankle late in the second She was back in the second but her shot along with most of the Cougarettes Endicott tried just about everything to get Canyon back into the including shuffling guards in and out for offensive and defensive But nothing seemed to work for the who lost to New Braunfels in a district game for the first time since New Braunfels also won the junior varsity Rangerettes trimuph SAN ANTONIO Smithson Valley overcame early foul trouble and held on to defeat Southside 52 48 in a District 263A girls basketball game Thur Julie the Rangerettes leading and guard Tiffany Beene both had three fouls in the first forcing Smithson Valley to abandon its full court Smithson Valley took control of the game in the third expanding a 2825 halftone lead to 42 35 Cappel led the Rangerettes with 21 Beene had 13 and Shalynn McCoy Longhorns come up short against Razorbacks uit rnnm that nnr Pnvs were Bfi AUSTIN AP Arkansas Coach Eddie Sutton says he saw two Razorback teams on the basketball court against one that should have blown the Longhorns out and another that kept turning the ball over to Texas deserves agreat deal of said Sutton after Arkansas edged Texas 7066 Thursday We were hot in the first half and probably should nave put the game We helped with 14 turnovers in the last 15 That many turnovers is asking for Scott Rose sank two free throws with five seconds left to secure Arkansas win in the regionally televised Southwest Conference The now 142 for the season and 50 in the quickly overcame an early 54 Texas scoring eight points on five Longhorn turnovers and building a 195 lead with The 411 for the season and 04 in the missed five straight shots at one point during the Razorback Midway through the Texas was able to match Arkansas but could draw no closer than 15 points and trailed at in termission An inspired Texas defense held Arkansas to six field goals in the second as the Horns rallied behind forward Carlton who blocked four shots and scored 16 points in the But Texas coach Bob Weltlich said he wasnt happy about the outcome despite the second half We didnt But Im proud of the way we played in the second Its a shame we didnt do that in the first Weltlich I guess in the second half we just decided to grow up and get more he This is the best Ive seen us rebound against a good rebounding I sensed in our locker room that our guys were genuinely sorry they didnt win the They felt they could have done some things to win Alvin Robertson led Arkansas scorers with 23 all but five of them in the first Joe the Razorbacks leading scorer and was held to 15 points and eight below his average of points a game and 10 Cooper led Texas with 23 points and Karl Willock added Super Bowl Madbomber Raiders face grinditout Redskins AP Security has been routinely thick around the training sites of the Washington Redskins and Los Angeles Raiders as they prepare for Sundays Super Bowl Officials went so far as to drape the cyclone fence around the Redskins practice field with heavy material to discourage intruding a move that pleased Washington Coach Joe Hes no more paranoid than any football but Gibbs prefers privacy as he prepares for the big If an interloper could peek into their there would not be any great surprises in the basic approaches of these two The Redskins will use the straightahead power plunges of running back John Riggins to take them down the That is their The almost will use long passes by Jim Plunkett to explore the leaky condition of the Washington which finished last in the allowing more yards through the air than any other We pass before we said Everytime I drop Im looking for the long Plunkett threw for 232 yards against Pittsburgh and 214 against Seattle in LAs first two playoff The although perfectly capable of prefer the ground control game that Riggins can Washington quarterback Joe the leagues most valuable player and second in passing said the formula for winning the National Football League championship game is relatively Every team that wins the Super Bowl has a great running game and a great defense stopping he You control the game with your defense and by running the The Redskins is Their best in the league against the must take the ball away from Los Angeles and then Riggins must advance it down the Riggins comments Im in the perfect I dont have to I dont have to catch the All I have to do is run with And all the Raiders have to do is stop But Riggins isnt the only yard rusher in this LAs Marcus Allen carried for yards and his presence in the backfield could keep the Redskins defense And Allen is not a onedimensional He also caught 68 passes for 590 yards in 15 Facts and figures Super Bowl Facts and Figures By Tho Associated Press AT STAKE National Football League Championship or the Vince Lombard PARTICIPANTS Los Angeles Raiders AFC and Washington Redskins This will be the fourth appearance for the Raiders in the Super Bowl and the third for SITE Tampa SEATING CAPACITY KICKOFF CST NETWORK COVERAGE Radio CBS Radio network over 300 Television CBS on 200 stations including Hawaii and as well as Canada and Tho American Forces Television Network will beam CBSs signal to military bases in West the and The NFLs international Trans World will supply the game eight countries live and 13 countries on a delayed PLAYERS SHARE Winners per Losers per SUDDEN DEATH If the game is tied at regualtion time 60 it will continue in sudden death The team scoring first by field or touchdown will At the end of regulation playing the referee will immediately toss a coin at center in accordance with rules pertaining to the usual pregame The captain of Washington the visiting team will call the Following a threeminute intermission after the end of the regular play will continue by 15minute periods with a twominute intermission bet ween each such overtime period with no halftime The teams will change goals between each and there will be a twominute warning at the end of each OFFICIALS There will be seven officials and two alternates apointed by the Com missioners TROPHY The winning team receives permanent possession of the Vince Lombard a sterling silver trophy created bt Tiffany 6t Company and presented anually to the winner of the Super The trophy was named after the late coach Vince Lpmbardi of the twotime Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers prior to Super Bowl ATTENDANCE To dale have attended Super Bowl The largest crowd was al Super Bowl Previous winners Super Bowl Champions By The Associated Press 1967 Green Bay NFL Kansas City AFU 10 1968 Green Bay NFL Oakland AFL 14 1969 New York AFL Baltimore NFL 7 1970 Kansas City AFL Minnesota NFL 7 1971 Baltimore AFC Dallas NFC 13 1972 Dallas NFC Miami AFC 3 1973 Miami AFC Washington NFC 7 1974 Miami AFC Minnesota NFC 7 1975 Pittsburgh AFC Minnesota NFC 6 1976 Pittsburgh AFC Dallas NFC 17 1977 Oakland AFC Minnesota NFC 14 1978 Dallas NFC Denver AFC 10 1979 Pittsburgh AFC Dallas NFC 31 1980 Pittsburgh AFC Los Angeles NFC 19 1981 Oakland AFC Philadelphia NFC 10 1982 San Francisco NFC Cincinnati 1983 Washington NFC Miami AFC MVPs Super Bowl MVPs By The Associated Pfats The Most Valuable Players of the 17 Super Bowl as selected by Sport Magazine 1967 Bart Green 1968 Bart Green 1969 Joe New York 1970 Lsn Kansas 1971 Chuck 1972 Roaer 1973 Jaks 1974 Larry 1975 Franco 1976 Lynn 1977 Fred 1978 flandy White and Harvey 1979 Terry 1980 Terry 1981 Jim 1982 Joe San 1983 John Plunkett battling back from adversity again ByWILLGRIMSLEY AP Special Correspondent Jim Plunkett above all a No one perhaps recognizes this more than Plunketts opposing field general in the Super Bowl Sunday between the Washington Redskins and Los Angeles When the smoke said the Redskins quarterback Joe there is Plunkett still Told of this tribute Plunkett was asked what had been his secret for bouncing back so repeatedly after endless setbacks and The Raider signal callers sphinxlike face hardly changed I he replied in almost a muffled its the way Ive Nothing has come easy for It seems I am always fighting to try to prove Even I feel proud that I have hejped bring the team this But thats not I have to win My job is always on the Plunkett began battling the odds as a his mother blind and his father legally blind but able to grub out a meager existence as a newspaper stand attendant in a post Although he made his way to Stanford quar terbacked the football team to a Rose Bowl victory and won the Heisman his professional career became a roller coaster of highs and Signed by the New England Patriots as first pick in the 1971 he made Rookie of the Year by throwing a record 19 touchdown passes after five knee operations and shoulder he was traded to the San Francisco There he found he had suddenly lost his passing I was off target he in The 49ers released him in the spring exhibition season in I was an ugly he I couldnt stand any more heart I had to get out of the Then came the call from the For two years he wanned the bench behind Ken When Stabler lost the Raiders brought in Dan Plunkett was still a They said he had lost the zing in his He wasnt He couldnt gain the confidence of his in the big break Pastorini was Plunkett was summoned to cover the He proceeded to carry the team to the Super throw three touchdown passes to beat he Philadelphia Eagles 2710 and win MVP   

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