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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas SAN ANTONIO San to lowly Pafle 10A Sports December IA Fourthquarter skid dooms New Braunfels DERYL CLARK HERALDZEITUNG New Braunfels Victor Sierra takes aim on a free throw during Tuesdays game By DAVID KING Sports editor In a little more than eight minutes Tuesday the New Braunfels Unicorns slid from the penthouse suite to out on the In that the Unicorns went from two points ahead of one of the states best boys basketball to 10 points Those eight minutes also happened to come at the end of the as the Chaparrals took a 7567 victory at the New Braunfels Well never be a great ballclub until we can take charge in the fourth New Braunfels Coach Cliff Wilkins noted after his team was outscored 199 in the final period and fell to 67 on the Tilo Schmidt hit the last of his 15 thirdquarter points on an eightfoot jump shot late in the third period to give the Unicorns their last lead at New Braunfels won the tip to start the final but the Chaparrals Ronny Castillo stole the ball and combined with Rich Dozier for a fast break layup at the other Tie New Braunfels went down to the other end and missed four shots and two free Castillo hit a 16 Damon who had a personalbest 17 tied the game with two free Then the Chaps rolled off seven straight points as the Unicorns missed four shots and five free Statistics NEW BRAUNFELS 67 Tilo Schmidt 9 69 Victor Sierra 2 02 David Caddell 9 23 Bill Fox 0 04 Damon Millett 7 33 Alan Walker 1 01 Leon Sneed 0 00 Claude Porterie 0 01 Totals 28 1123 WESTLAKE 75 Waight Dozier 10 22 Castillo 11 0 1 Barnes 6 00 Morris 3 00 Nye 0 00 Kirtley Miller 0 00 Gregory 0 00 Duff Totals 35 58 16 24 1975 New 25 23 967 Fouled out Total fouls Westlake New Braunfels 6760 with left in the David Caddell made it 6762 with an 18foot bank but Rob Waight hit a free throw for the and after a free throw from Westlake ran off a 50 string to put the game out of reach at 7363 with a minute In the gruesome final New Braunfels hit only three of 21 shots from the field and three of 10 free Westlake hit seven of 15 from the field and five of seven from the Our whole key is to get everybody playing Wilkins We didnt get that for Schmidts The 65 junior had six points in the first 15 in the third quarter and 24 for the Caddell scored 10 in the first half but quit shooting in the third He wound up with 20 When Tilo got wound some of the others quit looking for Wilkins While Schmidt was struggling in the first Caddell Millett and Victor Sierra were battling to give the Unicorns a 3532 halftime New Braunfels led 3528 at one point late in the but Waight hit a 16 footer and Castillo got wideopen lonely under the basket for an easy rebound and follow shot to narrow the despite scoring only four was one of the major reasons for the Unicorns good The junior operated the fast break almost setting up layups and controlling a transition game that consistently worked against the But in the fourth the only transition was on the as the Chaps took Weve got to improve our free throw shooting and play better Wilkins We cant rely on staying hot the whole New Braunfels allowed 43 points in the second with the Chaparrals often working for and getting wide open Im pleased with the effort they have a topnotch and we played right with Wilkins But 43 points in the second half is too and that fourth quarter was V I r e e d tt Overpowered deeper Clemens tops Cougars By ROBERT JOHNSON Editor Facing the Clemens the toughest team they had played so far this the Canyon Cougars knew they needed a wiretowire effort to pull off the their offense went awry in the second and fourth and the Buffaloes put down a late rally en route to a 7051 win at Canyon The deeper Buffaloes broke open a tight game with 12 unanswered points in the second and then outscored the Cougars 174 in the last five minutes of the contest after Canyon had pulled to within They were the best team weve played so Canyon coach David Taylor They didnt have but four outside shots in the second he Everything else was in the Clemens forwards Gary Inman and Freddy Degollado used their quickness and ballhandling to break down Canyons mantoman defense and penetrate to the And the Buffaloes applied a secondquarter fullcourt which forced one turnover after another and helped them pull away to a doubledigit The Cougars never but they trailed only 18 16 late in the first An inside move by 66 Paul Hartzog gave Clemens a 2016 lead at the end Statistics CLEMENS 70 Guy Walts 3127 Gary Indian 73317 Paul Haruug 6 22 14 KKVID Freddy Deyollado 8 0 0 16 Lonnie Hubbard 2 11 Totals 31 8 11 70 CANYON 1511 Todd Banks 9 33 2 David Hays Danny Hernandez 500 Tcoy Moss 4 OO Rodney Hanson 2 0 of the and proved to be the start of a run of 12 unanswered The Buffaloes came out pressing in the second and it was 3016 before Todd Banks ended the drought with a threepoint Their pressure out front hurt Taylor We had trouble getting into our Canyon could get no closer than nine in the second and the Buffaloes had pulled out to a 4127 lead at Buckets by Hartzog and Degollado widened the lead to 4932 midway through the third But Banks hit a follow shot and a threepoint with a David Hays follow shot sandwiched in and suddenly it was A minute Danny Hernandez hit a 20footer at the buzzer to narrow the margin to With Hartzog on the bench with four the Buffaloes went to a slowdown game in the fourth Canyons momentum continued when Troy Moss banked in a fivefooter to make it The Cougars then missed a chance to cut the lead to and Buffalo guard Lonnie Hubbard was fouled while converting a fast break layup at the other His threepoint play started Clemens on its 174 run to put the game Banks led all scorers with 21 but Her nandez was the only other Cougar in double figures with Clemens spread its scoring led by Inman Degollado 16 and Hartzog The Cougars missed point guard Ronnie Rit Taylor still recovering physically and mentally from the football may be ready this he Hernandez and Rodney Hansen a converted forward both had their troubles at point only had trouble getting the ball through the who had good overall But Taylor said the game served its We got some good experience against a good he Clemens had been rated first in 4A Region IV in a preseason coaches And I thought we did a good job coming back in the third he DERYL CLARK HERALD Canyons Troy Moss tries to draw a charge during Tuesdays game Billies shred 7362 ByTOM LABINSKI Staff writer A deadly combination took its toll on Smithson Valley Tuesday night as the Rangers lost to Fredericksburg It was just a combination of them being good and us not playing as well as we said Smithson Valley Coach Roger Fredericksburg did a good job against Bangers under the boards and kept pressure on the Smithson Valley but the real key to the Billies win was the play of Tim The son of the Billies head coach scored a seasonhigh 40 points against the 28 in the firsj as Fredericksburg opened m early lead it never just takes the wind right out jf your Kraft said of He was Rjy Reyes lead the Rangers W with Rolando Statistics SMITHSON VALLEY 162 Mike Irvine 0 00 Rolando Trevino 700 Ray Reyes 10 00 Paul Pharris 6 01 Fernando Tievino 0 00 Chris Lehman 3 01 Roy Sanders 2 44 Tony Rendon 0 00 Matt Severance 1 00 Mike Eddleton 0 00 Totals FREDERICKSBURG 73 Tracy Hermann 0 00 Oarrin Duecker 6 11 Randy Glover 4 00 Brian Sikes 0 00 Tim Kaman 19 24 John Valadez 3 00 Todd Enderlin 0 02 Tommy Feuge 1 00 Kevin Weber 0 00 Lonnie Davis 1 00 Wayne Ransleben 1 00 Total 35 37 22 23 20 1873 Valley 10 18 10 2462 Fouled out Total fouls Fredericksbuig Smithson Valley we played he They are a very good but you have to at least challenge You cant lay back and accept I kjmow we are a better team than we showed he Kaman scored the first ei for the Billies as they took an early 9 SmitNpo ViJWt Tony as the QJJJies Tim Kraft said the Rangers did not pwt ewugb pressure m Ite iust dont know how 9 countered scoring the first points for minutes of the as the Billies worked the ball inside on offense and forced several Ranger Fredericksburg lead 2210 at the end of the first quarter with Kaman accounting for 14 of the Billies In the second Kaman matched his first quarter per coming up with 14 points most from the 15J8 foot The Rangers kept within 12 points until the final two minutes of the half when Kaman hit on a 20foot then stole a pass and ran it in for a His field goal from the top of the key gave the Billies a 4523 halftime Smtthson Valley didnt score until more than three minutes had elapsed in the tbir4 quarter as Fredeitcksburg tts lead to layup to give the Billies a 6538 lead going into the fourth Kaman opened the final quarter with a basket from the free throw1 but it would be his last points of the as he finally hit a cold He was given a rest with just over four minutes remaining in the game Smithson Valley outscored Fredericksburg 24S in the final as Reyes and Paul Pharris scored six points apiece to pace the Kraft said he hopes his team caj9 regain some of the intensity ij showed earlier in the Were struggling to find our roles right We need to get our tensity We have to get after It doesnt matter if they beat you but you to at challenge iprt m fisiJ flurry of Weve owe m we just hjye tt ferf v
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