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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Showboats rip Guns defense orts HfpaldZtitung February 23 at tourney KERRVILLE New Braunfels finished second and Canyon third at the Team Tennis Tournament completed here Monday New Braunfels runnerup finish qualifies the team for the regionals in two weeks in San The Unicorns advanced to the finals by defeating Lockhart 171 on They lost to Kerrville Tivy 1M on beat Fredericksburg lost to Tivy 144 and beat Lockhart 180 in tournament Jn the championship the boys winners for New Braunfels were Scott 1 singles Alan 4 singles Robert 6 singles and Chris Skov and Eric 2 Girls winners were Leigh Ann 1 singles Gayle 4 singles Forney and doubles and Denise Denson and Louise 3 improved its record to with the In its match for third place Mon Canyons boys winners were Robert Clay Ernie Jay Brian Yarbrough and William Wilkes in and Olson and Wade Langston and and Matt Brotze and Jones in the Girls winners for Canyon were Kim Deann Laura Cara Leah Krieg and Christ Minica in the and Kim Krieg and Susan Smith and Nancy and Kathryn Kyle and Leah Krieg in the Canyon will hold its own tour ttu In Saturdays match with New Braunfels got boys victories from Mike Jim Langabeer and Richie Fowler in the singles and Campbell and Skov and and Rompel and Langabeer in the Girls winners were Stephanie Mario Sonia Munoz and Jennifer Smith in the singles and Forney and Haas and Leyh and Denson and Settree in the Unicorns face more tall trees NB meet in Kenedy New LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Braunfels Damon Millett goes up for a shot during Fridays game ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writar If the New Braunfels Unicorns didnt know they would think they have returned to the late 60s and are making a guest appearance on the Land of the New Braunfels travels to Kenedy tonight to take on GregoryPortland at in a regional playoff Compared With New the Wildcats will seem like And like the shortlived the Unicorns hope to cancel Gregory Portland before it runs on or at least to the regional finals on New Braunfels Coach Cliff Wilkins said his team will not be able to match up with the We are going to have a real problem matching up with them They are Much bigger than he But the Unicorns have faced this problem Last New Braunfels beat a larger Southwest team by tiring them the Unicorns will try more of the while also trying to put more pressure on the They are even bigger than Southwest but they are not nearly as Wilkins We are going to put more pressure on GregoryPortland where we could not against We wont be able to match up with but our quickness will coun teract Wilkins The Wildcats are led by 69 post man Brian Although he averages only eight points a just his presence opens things up on He is He is not fast at but he is He does the labor for the Wilkins GregoryPortlands leading scorer is 65 junior Don who is averaging 25 points per He is a tremendous Wilkins At one point in the season he hit 40 free throws in a Starters New Braunfels Junior Junior Junior Guard Senior Sophomore GregoryPortland Junior Senior Wing Senior Senior Senior He missed one and came back to hit 30more in a New Braunfels will try to control the tempo of the he which means the pace should be We will try to up the tempo of the game by putting a lot of pressure on Wilkins The Unicorns may switch to a man toman defense against Gregory to take advantage of New Braunfels team We think weve got a chance to beat Wilkins If we get the effort we had on Ill be real Our goal now is to just take these gamesone at a The Wildcats bring a record into tonights having waltzed through the District schedule with an 111 New the champions of District is 17 The winner of tonights game will play again on Friday against the winner of the Fredericksburg Calallen which is also tonight at South San Fridays game will be for the regional The winner there advances to the state tour nament next week in GregoryPortland eliminated New Braunfels in last seasons football taking a 2117 decision in the Class 4A Memphis shreds punchless 203 SAN ANTONIO AP The San Antonio Gunslingers didnt know which to be more in awe of Memphis quarterback Walter Lewis and backfield mates or the Showboats Lewis passed for three touchdowns and running back Leonard Williams gained 136 yards en route to Mem phis 203 victory Monday night in the opening game for both teams in the United States Football League 1985 At the same the Showboats defense held San Antonio without a touchdown for the first time in the NB boxer eliminated in semis Randy Galindo of Braunfels was eliminated from the Regional Golden Gloves tournament Friday in a controversial three round His opponent in the semifinal match went on to win tin division in the which was held at the HemisFair Arena in San a will fight again in three he said this I want to thank all my family and my fwotty and everyone else who went over there to support he I want to hank Ruben my Galindo originally planned to turn professional after the Golden but a rule change prevented him from fighting professiooftlly until hia 17th Now Im to until my birthday Gunslingers twoyear Memphis is to be San Antonio Coach Jim Bates They did an excellent job on both sides of the They ran the ball better than anyone weve Williams rushing total and the Showboats 243 yards and 22 first downs were the most ever racked up by a San Antonio Lewis passed 25 yards to wide receiver Greg Moser for a second period score and connected on a 35 yard scoring play to wide receiver Derrick Crawford in the third Lewis last scoring pass went to tight end Gary Shirk for 4 yards with just 35 seconds gone in the final The score came four plays after linebacker Lemont Jeffers recovered a fumble by San Antonio quarterback Rick Neuheisel on the Gunslingers It was Lewis second strong showing in as many years against the Although he had trouble much of last when Memphis ranked 15th among the 18 USFL teams in Lewis shredded the Gunslingers in 1984 for five touch down passes and 221 San Antonio averted a shutout when Nick MikeMayer kicked a 22 yard field goal in the third The Gunslingers never got un tracked Except for the 65yard drive that led to the field San Antonios only other threat ended at the Memphis 5 when running back Scott Stamper fum Alamo Stadium fans get religious message SAN ANTONIO AP The nearly people who turned out for the season opener between the San Antonio Gunslingers and the Memphis Showboats got a dose of religion along with their sports Painted on the playing field at the 50yard line for the Monday night football game was the scripture notation John The Bible reference was the idea of Ruth wife of Gunslingers owner Clinton USFL By The Associated Pren EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pet Birmingham 1 0 1 0 0 PF 38 22 20 PA 28 14 3 Tampa Bay i o 0 35 7 1 0 H 22 New Jersey 0 1 0 28 38 1 0 7 35 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 1 Denver Los 0 1 0 1 0 San Antonio 0 1 0 Sundays Games Jacksonville Baltimore 14 Birmingham New Jersey 28 Arizona Portland 7 Oakland Denver 10 Houston Los Angeles 33 Mondays Game Memphis San Antonio 3 0 0 9 0 0 34 0 0 31 1 0 10 1 0 33 1 0 7 1 0 3 7 33 10 31 34 9 20 Winkler signs with Bee County First scholarship awarded Donna Winkler signs her letter of intent DERYl ZEITUNG New Braunfels Donna Winkler has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Bee County College in who was a setter on the Unicorns state finalist team last picked Bee County after attracting interest from schools like Texas Stephen Southwest Incarnate Word and Wharton Junior She had a number of schools contact New Braunfels Coach Claudia ferry But this is what she Winkler was named allDistrict 134A last who will major in business has been accepted to the University of Texas at and she said she would go there after her two seasons at Bee Shes really looking forward to Perry She is the daughter of and Mrs Bernie Winkler of New Bee County is a member of the Texas Junior College Athletic Conference and has an enrollment of approximately Winkler is the first New Braunfels volleyball player to sign a scholarship this alltournament selection Kim Wright is still Perry said this Dana Mills is undecided as although she ha drawn interest from several
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