New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 15, 1985, Page 6

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung January 15, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Hurald-Zritung T ue*day, January 15,1906    § Local players named all-state By DAVID KlttG Canyon * beat f outbid. player ever Vie Ii Se* bm rn?, eh .tea kamrr and Hie Vmvurm texpie-Clraat lufkt-r have beer; Turned I# it* uh-male fecund team Bret CapphTwan at** waif. sinned to the learn a1 kaHaatiet a the ftrrt ( au> un athlete to make att *iH4ute learn. Guaac* T«n Burch Laud Mean white. the sek*tn«n of deferent e lineman Hike SmSkvam and kicker Bubby IrtSLas r,rve Nm Braunfels player! mb the tem* f ee the funth Arnica yen SdferasL ait aaSWDaarirt IMA kdeitMn hat wan *. Anti ti* indentin' to lie V*» iarmnteii tea imeitow. nan/* Gmk# Jan Stoves? sam Tnslam a terrine tut* teen Ute of thr mate * tea ladtos ti* toa the et sratMRH fit ie wet Ty taunt* att a CASEMAN SULLIVAN Tl« atlHoafrr ttenmu mr* witMI tit ■HMAmsad fie Xrs-ui -itnmt irflm NamneiMUift; IV aKktt'Hin a C.MJBieman to it* kaa ti* anat«*" tuitetdum it ti* ZjrenaSX id It* Cornin ubuete ar \nram. Burt# noted Vim ahray* bare to barre that first me un the aJHfefSLnrt learn ther* thai lira me rn the all-state team." he said After thai. vee need y tm first «ucx*ss at the fxrtteee tore! Has » really a twist for oar player* coming up Borrti added CW younger kids have tim? aide to took up to hiim and the example hr set And then bin c oumrtbody who pared the way fur them " birth said Cappteman was the hest plaits he had couched rn his 23 years in the tam ness Tin* ii the cuJmmutsu* of a tot of hard work on las part.** he said lie s made sari? aa imparl un our footier!I program I'm pleased he's ficOrefiMfeailMMr * «sr IR    _ TRISTAN C 'ptemar; w as also an aik&ate • al(her last basebai' sensor Sdreel? said he wats disappomted trial no total player* made the first team, tot! was Erased to have players arteried for the farBi mruuM year Sollivaa. who was also a two-way player. aas selected as a defensive iineman Br is the third puuor from V» Braunfels to he named to the team, /aniru. naming back Bart Wilson and lineman Tim Itot> There ’s no question about it — las sue. strength and quickness pills him sp there with anybody we've had." in the line, Street) said lf hell rucrimit himself to gening hefter, hell be vu- of Hie bes! around next season " Sulirrar is turneatiy mrsanc a s&iCht denuder separatir*? he suffered white ptoixnc in a pack-ap tame two reeks aeo Tristan. abc- was a® al>s«ate third karmas last baseball Mason, seared i& P'jbtcs lass seasce on 42 extra pends, four field .coats and a touchdown He played wide rec ewer as we! as pester md kicker iv the 1‘wfm Benito I* dr. I kick too mam held coals Has year, bat I think Us because we cot the ball in the end tune more wbe® we cot down dtowe Hts seasx ” Streety said The only other player from District IMA mimed to the team KemriBe Trry offensre Mike Adams Bay Ort?* Hart lee Dykes, who is cxeisadered one et the nation's bess cttikfe prospects, ted the Class AA team for the second year rn a row lr. aes aiso made the first-team defense, the cml) AA player to do so State champain benison had no players on the team, but Bay Cit) had Dykes and lineman Scott lark on (flense and Dykes and linebacker Mike Rav cm defense College recruiting pace slow By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer The college football recruiting ne t i - rn. bo! the coaches from Canyon and New Braunfels both -j> it is a little slower than they would like Troy Burc h, head football coach at Cany on said only one of his players ha*. been offered anything sofar The Av Forte Acadviny is flying Rome rbtmarm out there for the weekend on Saturday He has been ac c epted with hi* ores senora viaaii) ana tory ria. e of I erect to *pv*M tom. so to me. that s a scholarship be -aid Monday Several other Cougars are lr un k» •* -d at by college*. but nothin*: ha* been offered .et Burch said •'We're sui! waiting to hear about The sit* Ss winker?. Bret > Cappier nan and Hvt BHU.‘ b* said. There Ila* been some inter et Akutan in them. and some coache* have dropped by to tote at him* but nothing has been offered Borch said he was surprised that no offer Im?e yet been made to Syamken. a standout at center im tin (sugars I'm .en j»urpniied and a blite dksappomttxi Sun* tog school* have expressed interest ta tom bu! nothing concrete yet. be said Among the schools showing interest in the 23b-pounder. Barth said are the Unsent)' of Texas. Texas Teds. TCL'. Saudi—tat Texas State and Texas I .titherar College "All four players have had some interest shown from a wide variety cf school* I m really just surprised we haver? t heard anything yet.** Burch said The nabona1 sprung date is F eb 12 Because the signing date is rapidly approaching New Braunfels Coach Jim Streety said he expect* the par to speed up soon I think Has week we should see some activity he said Well probably see some visiting days set up this u rek fur tarter in the month ** An»uri*. the Uaicorrt* being tooked at for recruitment are linebacker Kxaig Krause. met nan Vidor Cabaiiero and linebacker Bret! Fey I know those goys are being looked at It s not gung to be any mayor college*. tod schools like TIX andSouH west Texas and mayte some jrnmor coUege*." Street) said Verne of oar guys have set ap visits yet. but we vt given a lot af film owl.* Streety said One reason the recnstam season may be going sa slowly. Ste eely said is because schools are restricted rn the number of schoairships they can award They teem to be nocrcxmimitai lunger than they used to be because they are limited with their number of scholars*^* be said Division I schools, like those in the Southwest Gemferenee. are allowed no more than 36 scholarships rn a year. and are not allowed to have more than 95 at any ane time Schools uke Bay tor will be able to sign less than 28 players this year because they have signed so many in the past few seasons.'’ Street) said There are many school* in that category this year ” Scoreboard On the air TOtSOAV Tin VTStOH rpm    rn—item us** I l<«    SM* «•«.ne IV WEIK Ojo*# rW> »•# I&e»» WI (WM SOA I TI ll vision I    tm*ahum M>m, C* 'tit 0 T. 'ju**w CVH rpm,    I    . 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Baskin said Moses told him he was merely joking with the woman before his arrest early Sunday during a Hollywood prastetflLon sweep He said Moses had no intention of picking up the atman Th? mar;iia.Tia allegedly found in Moses car. Baskin said, rocdd have belonged to a number of people — including parking tot attendants - who have been in the car recently. The 2$n ear-old Moses, who won 400-meter hurdles Olympic c od medals in 1976 and 1?44. was formally charged Monday. DepJty Assistant Attorney Mike Wilkinson said We have filed two counts against Mr Moses today < Monday!, one ems* of 647b of the Penal Code. which is soliciting the act of prostitution, and one count of 11357b of the Health and Safety Code, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. Wilkinson said Arrai£nment was set Jan 29 in Municipal Court. Wilkinson said Baskin said Moses and wife Myrella will appear at a press conference this afternoon Baskin related Moses’ explanation of the incident, which occurred at Sunset Boulevard and Genesee Avenue in Hollywood. He said Moses was in l/>s Angeles Saturday for a meeting of a ck vision of the United States Olympic Committee. Driving back to to* hotel from a discotheque, which he attended with several USOC people. Moses was halted at a stop sign when a woman across the street waved at him. then walked to the window of the passenger side of the car. a gray 1985 Mercedes with personalized license plates that said QUYMPYN.” According to Baskin, the woman asked Moses what he was dom*. He said something to the effect that he was out to have same fun. Baskin said. When she asked if he had any money, he answered yes and jokingly mentioned HOO. Baskin said Sben then hold Moses to pick her up over there.” pointing to a spot. but. according to Baskin. Moses laughed and drove off He was stopped I*, blocks away by a motorcycle policeman and a oolite car. Baskin said. Briefly Rec center offers jazz dance class The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a jazz dance class for school-age children and adults Classes will be held on .Saturdays beginning this week The children's classes will be from 10a rn to ll a.rn and the adult classes will be from ll a rn to noon Registration is $15 for a six-week session. F'or more information, call the luanda Rec Center at 629^1% Pick up volleyball offered by city The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will have a pick-up volleyball program on Monday* running through April 22. The program will be on .Mondays from 7 pm to 9:30 pm, at the Academy Street Gym There is a $5 registration fee Forms available for Capitol 10.000 Entry forms for the Capitol 10.000 and information on other upcoming runs in the area are available at the I anda Recreation Center. City holding exercise class The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an ongoing exercise-aerobics class. The classes will meet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5 JO p m to 6:30 p in. at the luanda Recreation Center. Cost is $'< per person per class. For more information, call 629-6196 from I pin to 8 pm Monday through Friday. Rec center has karate classes The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a continous karate class for juniors (ages 6-12) from 7 p in. to 8 p.m. and adults (ages 13 and oven from 8 p.m. to 9 p m. on Mondays and Thursdays at the luanda Recreation Center. Classes emphasize art, sports, self-defense, self-confidence and conditioning. Call 629-61% for more information. THE AR FORCE RESBRVE... 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: January 15, 1985

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