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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Thursday Special HftrAlrtZtltuiig February 10A 810 910 1010 1110 1210 1310 1410 1411 1611 1811 New Unicorns garnet NB Opponent 71 46 Heights Alamo David Caddell 59 76 Tlvy 63 Tlvy 71 45 42 64 47 48 69 46 Scoring Overall Player Q TP 650 David 351 Damon Mlllett 148 Wlctor 162 baude 123 123 Leon 100 Alan Terry Barry Baker Adam Mike Marty District Player Q TP Tito 200 133 David 118 77 12 21 16 8 0 Damon Millet Leon Bill Kenan Alan Adam Barry Baker Claude 86 35 20 16 12 7 10 8 3 0 Unicorns face mythdefying test By DAVID KING Sports editor About the only mythological creature that wont be at the Texas Lutheran College gym Friday night will be the the On second if he could New Braunfels might just be able to use Unicorns the New Braunfels kind and Dragons the Southwest High School type will get together at the TLC Bulldog Pit Friday at for a bidistrict basketball game that Unicorns Coach Cliff Wilkins hopes will inspire a few They are so Wilkins said of the 209 And big 68 and Lets dont even talk about That quickness is as the Dragons will fast break whether their opponents make their shots or They only send three people to the ball on defensive Wilkins They play the other two guards out and look for the long outlet In Southwest plays a fasttempo man toman defense all over the They are just said who saw the Dragons 7873 zone playoff victory over Laredo United on Thats the best word to describe Two players have taken advantage of that frenetic style to average more than 20 points a Sixfooteight swing man Johnny Robertson scores a contest 3 in San Antonio and 63 guard Brian Gavin averages 5 in San Wilkins said Gavin reminded him of former NBA player Downtown Freddie Brown He doesnt hesitate to pull up and fire who will play wing and occasionally point guard as well as can handle the ball and can run the Southwest fast The game with Southwest wasnt exactly a surprise for the since they had been preparing for the Dragons since clinching the district title more than a week Weve had them in the back of our Wilkins We figured theyd be the people wed New Braunfels fifthyear coach said he didnt plan any major changes in strategy for the bidistrict the schools first in seven Were not going to try and slow things he You cant do that against a team like that theyre so aggressive and so The pace will be very We feel we have to because thats our But we feel we can control the tempo as far as their racing up and down the We feel we can run a much more controlled The Unicorns will have to come out and be aggressive from the start as We have to take it right at them we cant be intimidated at Wilkins If we come out and play with the type of concentration and efficiency we had in the first Canyon well do all DERYL Road jinx strikes SMU against Frogs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Southern Methodist Mustangs collapsed on the road again Wednesday night and suddenly found they had company atop the Southwest Conference basketball The Texas Christian Horned Frogs cut down the 9 rated Mustangs 7264 while Texas Tech beat Baylor Both the Red Raiders and Mustangs are locked with 94 They meet in Dallas In other Texas blew a chance to make it a triple tie at the top by falling 5351 to Texas at home Arkansas climbed back into the race with a 7359 rout of and Rice clubbed Tarleton State Arkansas is just a game off the lead with a 95 record while is a game and a half back at The race is really muddled said SMU Coach Dave weve got to start playing TCU was just smarter than we were and let it get It was SMUs fourth straight road I thought TCU played a smart basketballs said We just played poor hurried key Carven Holcombe hit four free throws and a basket the final three minutes for We got the lead in the latter stages of the game then hit our free said TCU Coach Jim Thats been the script for just about all of our wins Southwest Conference games this If we can just get two or three more wins I think well be in good shape for possible postseason SMU is 206 overall while TCU evened its league mark at The Horned Frogs are 1510 Holcombe led the Horned Frogs with 18 The Mustangs got 19 points from sevenfoot center Jon Koncak and 17 poifits from Carl The victory before fans in Daniel Meyer Coliseum broke a fourgame Horned Frog losing streak against Texas Tech senior guard Phil Wallace had a 12point effort in the second half against Were glad to be in a tie for Everybody likes to be in that Texas Tech head coach Gerald Myers we cant because we have three tough games The only thing that will matter is how it stands at the Arkansas senior center Joe Kleine scored 27 points the Razorbacks climbed to a 3429 halftime Arkansas raised its season mark to Rice Coach Tommy Suitts said that the Owls continues the trend of a winning nonconference I was he Tarleton State had a lot of not being a Division 1 program and traveling that far on the day of the But we defensed them Texas limited Kenny Brown to four twoi each and ended his doubledigit scoring mark at 24 straight This is an unbelievably big win for an exuberant Texas Coach Bob Weltlich Local boxer wins at Gloves soccer team recognized Randy Galindo of New Braunfels won his first match at the Regional Golden Gloves tournament in San Antonio last beating Ricky Calderon of the Lopez Boxing Club in Crystal who has been trained by another local George beat Calderon by Galindo is a The victory seta up a second fight for Galindo either today or Friday at the HemiaFair I did OK well enough to Galindo Im pretty sure I can win the cham David King Soccer winners Belated congratulations to the E Division Panteras Panthers soccer which finished second at the state The who won the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Associations E Division with an 110 lost by one goal in the finals of the state Members of the team were Heath Jamie Brad Matt Alexander Albert Tim Stephen Darsham Eric Bur Bart Gerard Jeff Hammond and Gabe Coaches were Gene Juan Charley Puls and David Spring fun Its that time of year as the spring sports leagues are setting registration The National and American Little Leagues are holding registration Saturday from 1 to 4 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian In case you miss that another registration will be held March same same Little League baseball is for boys and girls ages The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will have preregistratlon and its awards ceremony March 12 at 7 at the Carl Schurz Elementary School Wrapping up The New Braunfels Junior League Basketball is having its endofseason tournament this with games beginning at 6 Friday at the New Braunfels Middle School The championship games will be with action beginning at 1 Award ceremonies will follow the Brown free on bail after arrest LOS ANGELES AP Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown Is free on ball after being booked for Investigation of rape and sexual battery while a complete in vestigation is police was arrested at his home in the Hollywood Hills Wed nesday morning after an alleged incident late Tuesday said Richard reading a statement prepared by the Arrested along with Brown was a woman identified as Carol She was booked for sexual Charles McTageart The police statement said the arrests stemmed from the complaint of a 33yearold who was not She alleged that with raped her alter Brown had struck her several Police declined to elaborate on Moses alleged According to the a complete investigation is under way Experience Rangerettes blend new in 1985 ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer USUE KRItWALOTVHERAuOZtlTUNO Smithson Valleys Kim Wagner left and Michelle Hennigar work on handoffs With a tough act to Smithson Valley hopes to improve on its track and field record in The Rangerettes will ride a blend of experience and youth as they try to better last years thirdplace finish in the District 273A Weve got the nucleus of our squad back from last year as well as several talented new said Coach Louise Smithson Valley will be led by senior Kim who placed fourth in the state in the 400 meters last Huntsucker ran a at the state meet in her personal Kim another will see a lot of action for the Wagner will be a long jumper and run the sprint and mile relays as well as the Junior Shalynn McCoy will also return following a strong showing in the regional mwt last McCoy placed fourth la the triple lump and Spring of 85 Rangerette track sixth in the BOO in KingsvUle last McCoy has won the district triple jump championship two years in a Smitluon Valley features a strong sophomore including Tammy Becky Merrie Fox and Lolita Wilcut is a member of the mile and sprint relay and will also handle the long jumping Dally and Fox will throw the shot put and the discus and Martinez will handle the mile and twomile The Rangerettes also have several good freshmen who should help the Davidson Sprinters Leslie Cheryl Parker and Wendy as well as distance runner Carolyn should all be factors for Smithson she Davidson said the team will be strong in a number of in cluding the quarter the the mile the the triple jump and the What else is there she Of Im ready for any sur as long as they are About 35 girls came out for the track team this which gives Davidson about twice as many people to work with as last We have some good new people who are I think we will have a little more extreme speed this I have the good sprinters that I have not had in the Davidson She said the team is confident and has set high goals for including another trip to the state Schedule March Chaparral MarchB Antler Relaye March April triangular mwt April 1213   

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