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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Dorsett wants Page 7A Sports HeraldZtitung August 6 NB ranked fourth by Harris Cougars 12 in 134A New Braunfels is ranked fourth in the state in the Harris Rating Systems preseason listings of Class 4A Harris picks the Unicorns to win District 134A and Canyon to finish with both teams advancing to the state New Braunfels is picked to win that game and then fall in the semifinals to eventual state champion Smithson rated stronger over last is picked fifth in District Boerne is first and defending champion Bandera second in Harris The Unicorns will take 172 power points into their season opener with Austin which dropped 10 points to 158 after winning District 26 5A last with 166 points heading into the will meet at to open its Smithson Valley faces which is picked to finish second in District in its season The Rangers have 138 power points and Somerset which drops from 160 to 151 points to start the is picked second in District 144As North Zone behind up 10 points to is picked third in District Around the Harris Class 4A top 10 is New Wichita Falls Bay Cor sicana anmd In the top 10 is Rice Con Waco Port Arthur Daingerfield and In the top teams are Hamlin and Pilot The Harris Rating System is operated by John Harris of Opening day Volleyball players at New Braunfels High School started practice Monday afternoon in preparation for the teams DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG seasonopener at home against Seguin Canyon and Smithson Valley also began workouts DeLoach declared inelgible at U H HOUSTON i API Tito one of the nations most intensely recruited schoolboy basketball players last went through freshman orientation Monday at the University of Houston and then learned that he was ineligible to compete for the South west Conference Hed already learned the Cougar fight song and was ready to Houston Athletic Director Tom Ford said after announcing that the NCAA had declared Horford and Bay City track star Joe DeLoach ineligible to compete for the Cougars because of recruiting The real shame is that these two athletes really want to come to the University of Ford They are the ones being punished through no fault of their tabbed as the next Akeem Olajuwon at was ruled ineligible because of an apparent illegal contact made by Houston assistant Donnie Schverak during the recruiting season last Schveraks contact with Horford came during a July 1 to 1 NCAA ban on face toface contract with a top sprinter cant compete for the Cougars because Olympic gold medalist Carl a former Houston accompanied Cougar track Coach Tom Tellez on a visit to DeLoachs NCAA rules forbid alumni to recruit The NCAA sanctions came despite in in ternal investigation by Houston ad ministrators followed by a selfimposed restriction on Houstons basketball and track Houston banned Schverak from off campus recruiting for one year and ordered head basketball coach Guy Lewis to give up one scholarship for each of the next two The school never formally filed DeLoachs scholarship with the SWC and the 100and 200meter specialist is now free to attend any school of his Ford said that Horfords scholarship agreement had been filed with the SWC and that the 70 schoolboy hopeful was still bound to the pending a final appeal to the NCAA Council Subcommittee on No other school can legally recruit Tito at this point but Joe is free to be recruited or to go to any school he Ford The Houston athletic director said if Uie final appeal to the NCAA the school could consider filing a civil Olajuwon led the Cougars to three con secutive appearances in the NCAA Final Four tournament before turning pro last season and becoming the first round draft choice of the National Basketball Association Houston The Cougars failed lo earn a berth in the 1984 NCAA tournament and were hoping the addition of Horford would signal a return to the Ford said he discussed the NCAAs decision with Horford Monday and told him that the Cougars were appealing the decision I explained to him what was taking place and that the appeal had been Ford 1 told him that we were going through one more His comment was When will we when will we Ford said the appeal would take about two Football practice opens Football season is Practices began Monday for all three local teams with workouts and The practice sessions will begin in earnest on Friday when pads are issued to the At New practices are scheduled from 8 to 10 and from 11 to The practices will be shifted to 9 to 11 and 4 to 6 on Coach Jim Streety said about 85 varsity and junior vasity players reported to practice on giving the Unicorns a few more players than usually turn We got off to a good start yesterday Streety Our returning players caught on quickly and with the new guys it will take a little more But we had a good practice for a first At practice sessions are scheduled for to and again from until Cougar Coach Troy Burch said 68 varsity and junior varsity players reported to the first practices We had two real good workouts Burch The kids are looking forward to getting started and are ready for a good At Smithson the Rangers schedule calls for practices from 8 to 11 and 5 to 7 The Rangers have a good turnout for the first practice on assistant head coach Butch Bradly with 90 players in Turning around Lateseason experiment may pay off for Rice LESLIE ZEITUNG Chuck Bell races for the goal line during the 1984 season Bell signs with SRSU Canyons Chuck Bell has signed a letter of intent to play football at Sul Ross State a twoway starter for the Cougars at tight end and defensive was on the allDistrict 134A team last This is a great opportunity for Charles and Sul Loboes Coach Ralph Micheli With his size and Charles could fill spots on the Sul Ross offense and He is a gifted athlete and an excellent addition to our Sul a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic is located in Alpine in far West Threeaday workouts at the school begin Bell is the son of Craig and Linda Dorrance of 1216 River Acres in New HOUSTON AP The Rice trying to end a string of 20 consecutive losing got off to a 15 start last After things started to go bump in the I think the low point of the whole season was the Texas Tech and twoweek deal and was the crowning Brown When the Owls lost to the Raiders Brown and his coaching staff elected to give younger players more playing time and at first it appeared to be a disastrous We started playing a lot of younger people in the ame and there was a lot of Brown We had too many people on the The Owls finished 110 for the second straight year for their 21st consecutive losing but Brown hopes last seasons painful decision will pay But now that its that was the critical decision we made as coaches because were a lot more ex perienced team right now for doing that than we would have he Brown said the Owls played better in losses to Arkansas and Southern Methodist and closed out the season with a 4640 loss to Baylor and a 3826 loss to We kept getting a little better near the end and I guess thats the high he Our kids left the season losing yet with their heads up because they got better and learned that they can compete in this Browns cram course over the final part of last season means that he will start fall practice with seven retur ning starters on offense and eight on Browns goal this season is to improve a defensive unit that ranked last in the Southwest Conference in total defense with a 432yard yield per We werent we were dead Brown There was no one close to We were the I said when I came here that you cant win consistently without a good We proved that last The defense will be headed by junior defensive tackle Dwain Turner and senior strong safety Ernest Turner says the Owls will be better this season because they are much With the new equipment and the new I think all of us have Turner we were a weak I think we are if not the SWC Rice Owls one of the strongest teams in the conference and Ill put my money where my mouth is on The Owls had moments of sparkle with an offense Brown called Controlled We moved the ball last year but it was on big plays too Brown Wed punt and then wed But we didnt have enough control to keep our defense off the field the way Id The Owl offense was most potent with freshman quarterback Mark After missing much of the season with an he closed out the season with a freshmanrecord 357 yards passing against Southwest Conference champion In the I started to understand the offense Comalander We showed we could put a lot of points on the board 66 in their final two games but the key will be Any team in the conference can ring up a lot of points on a given The who face five 1984 bowl teams this have lost a record 25 consecutive Southwest Conference Before trying to snap that the Owls start the season with nonconference games against Air Force and the Lamar who represented Rices only victory last   

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