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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas JOHNNY MOORE Spurs shred Warriors Page IDA orts January Clemens tops CHS SCHERTZ Canyon played one of its best games of the season Tuesday but came up short in the games final seconds and lost to Clemens We had four shots at the basket in the final eight but we couldnt get one to Coach David Taylor The difference in the game was at the free throw although it wasnt because of poor shooting the Cougars converted six of their eight while the Buffaloes hit 13 of 1 All six of Clemens points in the slowpaced fourth quarter came on free Idont know what to say about the lack of foul we laid back in a 23 zone and they were pressing all over the Taylor Todd Banks led Canyon with 23 points despite drawing special at tention from the Clemens Banks added 13 rebounds and Rodney Hansen Point guard Ronnie Rittimann had another good Taylor Ronnie does things for our team that dont show up in the he When theyre trapping and putting on he stays cool and keeps us the Cougars played Taylor This is the best game weve played this year in weve played well in three straight And were getting better every he Clemens used its press to take a 10 point lead in the first but Canyon rallied with a 21point second quarter to trail only 3130 at the The game was tied at 50 going into j the fourth j which fell to 711 on the j wraps up its nondistrict schedule with a trip to Luling on The Cougars open district play Tuesday at Statistics CANYON IMI Todd Banks 10 3S David Hays 2 34 Tioy Moss 3 OO Pete Huegele 3 00 Rodney 1 Hansen 2 00 Ben Gaicia 2 OO Ronnie Rit timann 2 00 Danny Hernandez Totals CLEMENS 156 Inman Watls Degollado Haruog Clark Coipoiian2 Canyon 21 20 454 Clemens 14 19 656 New Braunfels Victor Sierra gives directions during Tuesdays game Unicorns knock off Gonzales By DAVID KING Sports editor For most of the the New Braunfels Unicorns have been wilting in the fourth But Tuesday the Unicorns were fresh as a daisy in the final eight minutes and it New Braunfels outscored stateranked Gonzales 2314 in the final period and romped to a 5945 upset victory at the Unicorn The victory over the states sixth ranked Class 3A team gives the Unicorns an 810 record in non district games and momemtum heading into next weeks District 23 4A opener with Kerrville It also gives Coach Cliff Wilkins cause for Weve lost several games this season in the fourth but in the last two ballgames theyve decided to play the whole Wilkins Youve got to go out and earn that The Unicorns earned Tuesdays victory with bullseye shooting from both the field and free throw line in the final eight They hit five of eight from the field and 13 of 15 from the line in the quarter while holding Gonzales to sixof11 from the Victor who led all scorers with 16 hit three of three free throws in the final while David who scored con verted all four of his fourthquarter New Braunfels led only 3631 going into the final but a threepoint play by Sierra who worked open under the then faked Horace Greathouse out of his shorts got the Unicorns The Unicorns stretched their lead to nine points at 4637 seconds later on a turnaround shot by Damon Gonzales rallied but New Braunfels then hit seven of their next eight free throws to seal the the Unicorns defense was pressuring the Apaches all over the court and frustrating Gonzales Statistics NEW BRAUNFCLS 59 Tito Schmidt Victor Sierra 6 47 David Csddell 4 45 Leon Sneed 3 34 Damon Millert 1 56 Bill Fox 1 00 Barry Baker Totals 21 GONZALES 45 Nelson 6 46 Hum 1 01 Chapman 000 Hansford Greathouse Kridtet 1 0 0 ONeal 0 00 Remschel 0 00 Totals 19 7 Gonzales 12 7 1445 New 10 14 2359 Fouled out Total fouls Gonzales New Braunfels Technical New Braunfels Coach JV score Gonzales New Brauntels point guard Bobby Gonzales most talented was shadowed all over the court and scored only four points all after the game was We followed him all over the first with Leon Sneed and then with Barry Wilkins He Hansford was so frustrated at the end that when he did get open at the end he fired up a 30 New Braunfels fullcourt pressure on the rest of the team threw Gon zales out of its offense and came up with an occasional Our press was real Wilkins There werent a lot but we slowed them up and forced them to set up and cat some time off the New Braunfels offense was setting up and running its offense when necessary and also running when the opportunity was Thai comes with Wilkins Even hough were young only one senior wo have a lot if court Theyre getting to where hey know when they can run and when they need to set up and get a good Gonzales led 2422 at the half in the erratically officiated game as leaping forward Darin Nelson scored 10 of his 16 Gonzales won the junior varsity game 5451 in Lockhart trips NB LOCKHART An awful second half led to a New Braunfels defeat in Unicorns districtopening game with Lockhart Tuesday The Unicorns led 2214 at the but could only score seven points in the second half as the Lady Lions breezed to a 3929 We didnt play well at said Braunfels Coach Patsy Davis of Unicorns second half per It was an awful Free throw shooting was a big reason for the Unicorns as New Braunfels went 112 from the charity Kim Wright was the only New Braunfels player to break the double digit scoring 12 Teri Sides was the Unicorns next high scorer with six The loss snapped a twogame New Braunfels winning The Statistics NEW BRAUNFELS 29 Heairvi Dtbbir Smith 2 Hcaihec Kim Wright Jana Chdtm 1 0 2 Ifti Sicki 3 0 6 Roxane 0 0 LOCKHART139J Sjinmaf Mew Braunfels Lockhart Total touib fv Fouled out Smit MO 5 Cun Taylci 4 DeLaCiuz 0 10 12 4 329 12 2 12 13 39 Bidurdclb Locknat 9 Unicorns are 711 on the New Braunfels plays at Canyon on Friday for three The freshman game will begin at New Braunfels won the junior varsity game Rozier gets freedom AP Mike having cut his ties to the Baltimore soon will be free to make a deal with any other United States Football League team or the Houston Oilers of the National Football his agent a Heisman Trophy winner at Nebraska in on Tuesday was bought out of the remaining two years of his estimated million personal service contract with Ed ward who owned the defunct Pittsburgh Maulers and now is part owner of the The league said the next step would be for Rozier to be put on allowing any of the other 13 teams to daim but Art Roziers said because of the running backs annual I dont see anyone making a Should Rozier clear waivers he would be free to make a deal for but his NFL prospects would be limited to the who have his rights in that At a news conference in Brendan an associate of declined to disclose the amount Rozier had received from the DeBartolo interests as a Both sides were pleased with the Moynihan Attempts to reach a spokesman for DeBartolo in Pittsburgh were un in a telephone interview from his Philadelphia said he didnt believe that Rozier had to go through the waiver but he said since it appeared to be a moot he would not challenge the league on that Antlers down Cougarettes UIHU L1AHK Canyons Lauren Burch puts up a shot in front of Tivys Lisa Hudson By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer Matched against the tallest team it had seen all Canyon played a solid game for three quarters against Kerville Tivy Tuesday The Cougarettes scored only three points in the third quarter allowing the Lady Antlers to take a 12point lead at the quarters end and coast to a 47M It was the District 134A opener for both The two teams were tied at liilii at the half when Tivy came out to score the first 10 points of the They just got fired up and yot said Canyon Coach Joy Scharf of the 1 think maybe we got a little too settled We were happy to be tied at the half and just got a little In spite of Tivys height ad Scharf said she was happy with the way Canyon Nancy Tieken and Soechting did a good job under the They kept up with she Of we didnt get as many rebounds as we should but we havent played against this tall a team Scharf The Lady Antlers wer led by Lisa who scored 17 Debra Mourer and Darcy Rogers addes 12 points apiece for Sherry Wood paced Canyon with eight Soechting and Lauren Burch all had seven points for the Scharf said Canyons low score did not indicate a poor offensive This was the first time where we Statistics CANYON 39 I Uiiidiiin n13 I 1 u ii iifl 0 iincn uy J I loon 2 1 kv Ii 0 2 uoi KERVILU MIT I i J I r i ou n n o i11 ii i Keivillc 1it Ii II 13 47 Canyon 5 14 1 17 39 District 134 A link I really worked the They worked even settin tinj but just coiiifiiil sivm uj get the hall into thp basket she When you gi through that work to get tho ball insiik1 una miss the il Schan fell behind 81 with three minutes kfi third before trimming u a margin to 85 at the end of tr a The battled back take a 109 lead JtV left in the half on Woods steal and
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