New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 26, 1984, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 26, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Chaminade does it again December 6A Chaminade knocks off 7170 HONOLULU AP Chaminade Coach Mere Lopes compares his unlikely giantkillers to a song at least for the is 1 on the hit Not too many believe in not year in and year Lopes One upset and then they tend to forget you disappear from their Its like a hit So we just want to reminding them we are for a tiny NAIA surfaced for the third Christmas in a row to make believers of major college After an upset of then12th ranked Louisville in the first the Silverswords won their own Western Airlines Chaminade Basketball Classic on Tuesday with a 7170 stunner over fourthranked Southern Every team is even when the game Lopes 1 dont let us put anybody on a We start side by In Ghaminade shocked the basketball world with an upset of then topranked then followed a year later with an upset of But Lopes said the win over previously unbeaten SMU may have been the biggest victory This was bigger than Virginia because each game we build on what happened the game he Virginia built us up for which built us up for But it started with i We prepare mentally for each We had put the Louisville upset out of our minds at Sundays practice and concentrated on SMU from For a time it looked as if Chaminades magic would finally SMU held a 7069 lead when Carl Wright blocked a shot by Chaminades Mark Rodrigues with nine seconds to After a Wright came up with the ball as the final second ticked off the But Wrights foot was bounds because the buzzer hadnt the game officials gave Chaminade the opportunity to try a final Thats all the chance Chaminade As the buzzer Keith Whitneys 20foot shot bounced on the rim and fell through for the winning It was the llth victory in 15 games for the I let it go as soon as I touched said who scored all but two of his 21 points in the second I wanted to soft it up to the knew it was going in when it bounced and then everyone came running at Nice baseline said SMU Coach Dave whose club lost for the first time in 10 The referees were right all the The buzzer must go You have to play until that buzzer goes off because you dont know how much time is In the tournaments consolation AllAmerican Wayman Tisdale scored 28 points to go over the career plateau in leading 17 Oklahoma to a 9072 romp over 20thranked Wright and Tisdale were named to the alltournament team along with Louisvilles Billy Thompson and whose lastsecond shot beat Louisville in the opening SMUs Jon who scored 24 points in the title was named most valuable with needs 107 points to surpass the Big Eight career record of owned by Kansas States Mike Oklahoma was forced to go to what Coach Billy Tubbs called a spread offense when Tisdale fouled out in the second Wayman was having a great said Its a shame he got two really picky fouls called on him that takes him out of the Hes the mostabusedbythedefense player in the I thought the key was going to the four corners when we got into foul We probably havent spent 10 minutes practicing on that all year because you cant use it in the Big DERYL CLARK HERALDZEITUNG The Texas Longhorns defense will need consistenly tough defense tonight to go out on a winning note Iowa mixing play AP Two teams that suffered through poor finishes in the regular football season are looking to the inaugural Freedom Bowl as an opportunity to erase some of the bad The Texas who lost their tmal two games to finish meet the Iowa who went 121 in their final four games and ended up meet tonight in the bowl game at Anaheim Kickoff will be 7 Texas Coach Fred Akers wants his team to en joy its trip to Its a reward for a football Akers said at a press I would be upset if all we did was come out and think about the We would miss a great deal of what a bowl really Were a bowl So you generally gave players who know how to turn on and turn They should know when business takes the place of Iowa Coach Hayden Fry has his team thinking the same We treat a bowl game as a reward for the the and the Fry TM Freedom Bowl The game Texas 731 Iowa 741 The place The lime 7 Television Channel 5 Im not saying were not trying to win These kids are missing an opportunity to be at home with their families for the The game captured the attention of the I want to finish out on a winning said Texas defensive lineman Tony who was awarded the Lombardi Award as college football s premier college It seems like your last game will be the one you remember Our last game against i didnt turn out so so Im looking for a little Id like to finish out on a winning note with a win against After our last we just wanted to go and said Johnny the Longhorns American defensive Hut then we started thinking that a bowl game would give us another We could go there and try and come out as The seniors are really taking the game They dont want to go out on a wrong Both teams have been working out in the area only since Saturday because their players had final examinations all last Our practices have gone Akers Grav boots Blue in allstar showcase VJ J in Division IAA AllAmerica caught AP Ten nessees Faud Reveiz said his four field goals in the 47th annual BlueGray Classic shows he can kick like a whether the pros want him or Raveizs footwork and two touchdown receptions by Mississippi Valleys Jerry Rice highlighted a 484yard offensive showing that gave the South a 33G victory over the North Raveiz kicked field goals of 52 and 30 yards without using a tee for the first time in his Pro kickers arent allowed to a and some college kickers were never able to make the But Raviez said his first try really helped my confidence Raveiz has yet to hear anything from professional but after Tuesdays kicking he said Even if I end up not being good it wont be the end of my the games most valuable player and a member of The Associated Press Division IAA AllAmerica caught four passes for 101 one a 60yard touchdown throw from Alabama halfback Paul Ott The with Clemsons Mike Eppley and Vanderbilts Kurt Page directing the pounded out 233 yards rushing and 251 yards while the South defen ders held the Blue offense to seven yards on the ground and 193 The games leading rusher was Alabamas Ricky who picked up 113 yards in 13 North Carolina States Joe the workhorse of the South rushing attack with 22 added 78 The South took charge after Brignam Youngs Lee Johnson booted a 39yard field goal to give the Blues a 30 lead with left in the first Following an exchange of Mem phis States Derrick Burroughs intercepted a pass by Pacifics Paul Berner and returned it 54 yards for a The extra point by Reveiz gave the Gray a 73 lead midway through the first Johnson made it with a 59yard field goal with left in the first but the South responded by moving 70 yards for its second Page finished the 10 play drive with a 14yard touchdown pass to Reveiz kicked his first two field goals in the third period for a 20ti South advantage after the CarruthRice added two more in the final Two eras ended in Comal County track i i1 II n C h U VA7 4BSPJ By DAVID KING Sports editor Two Comal County track eras came to an end in In girls the incomparable Kim Whitaker finished up her high school career with her third state championship in the boys Smithson Valleys Andy Henshaw completed an amazing comeback from a serious neck injury to finish second in the state in both the shot put and local athletes qualified for the girls state while Henshaw and Smithson Valleys Darren Gray qualified for a trip The year in sports trip to Austin led the iQcal girls per formances in the as she also finished second in the X the state The longdistance marvel accepted a sicholarsWp to attend Rice at end of the season Son won its first medal at the girls state meet when soSwre Nancy Tieken rallied to finish third in the 800 Tieken was sixth after the races first but wound up with a 2 177 for Smithson Varys Kim just missed a when she finished fourth in the Class 3A 400 4A Teresa Thomas also ran in finishing sixth Thomas missed half the track season but and triple Kim Wagner 100 Huntsucker and the team of Tammy Wagner and Huntsucker girls finished third in the district but lost Kourtney Kahler at the district meet when she finished third in the 800 and third in the Jana Chafin finished third m three events at district as The Unicorns sent two relays to the regional meet the 400 relay team of Michelle SimmonOs aad I Virguua Sbrand and the relay of Thomas Chjifin and Kahler Both teams were second in cSSR gS were fifth at the district and the Cougarettes sent who also went in the high and Stephanie Burch 400 to regionals oVSe boys Heasbaw finished career as the region s shot putter aad tfce No3 am w the He came back Ws neck to domMte few everts the The behind the expected performances of Henshaw and and unexpected finishes by Clark Hamlet first in the Eutiino Trigo second in the and Butch Hegeman second in the high finished third at the district meet with 92 The relay team of Ronnie Bubba Mike Sherwood and Gray also qualified for regional by finishing Smithson Valleys junior varsity team gave its notice to the entire district by winning the JV division with a whopping 205 At the 164A boys meet in New Braunfels finished third and Canyon The biggest disappointment at the meet caine when Lockhart edged the Cougars in the ending the season for one of the areas fastest Canyons best time of the a would have qualified the Cougars for the state meet if they had reached Canyons Mike Leal scored the schools first district winning the and and then finished third in the at Snlls Mawo Alvwp teamed with Leal in the and they finished SM at New Braunjels Kenan fcels won the district pole with teammate Greg Bender second and Canyons Glenn Nemec tbirilkelsfinishedtWrd at The Unicorns Kraig Krause topped his personal best by 22 laches to ww the shot put at and he was fourth in the Canyon Rhonda Uuck at the District 264A meet at titles were Sfaalyw McCoy a returo trip ts the state meet to the m finishing fifth in a personalbest 1 NANCY TIEKEN stale medalist conditions to finish ;