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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Texas September 134A takes beating High school football Canyon and New District 13 playoff teams a year were the only district teams to win Friday in the season opene Canyon shelled 134A former district member Gonzales while New Braunfels rallied with a 95yard kickoff return to Austin Travis Elsewhere in the Uvalde beat Kerrville Tivy Westlake topped Hays San Marcos ripped Lockhart 318 and Hondo tripped Fredericksburg In the Antlers marched 61 yards for a touchdown the first time they touched the and drove to the Coyotes 1 at the end of the first But Uvalde took a lead into the locker and never looked Mistakes hurt the as they had a punt blocked for a fumbled at their own 15 and hobbled and lost a punt at their own Hays ran into one of the regions best defensive as the Rebels managed five first downs and 82 total yards against The Chaparrals led 93 at the but shut out the Rebels in the final two Westlake had 290 yards of total San Marcos Joseph Williams gained 143 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Rattlers bombed San Marcos led 100 after one and it was 240 before Robert Thompson scored a con solation touchdown for the The Rattlers gained 319 yards on TopIO the Hondo led from start to finish against but the game was in doubt until a touchdown with left in the After the Owls had taken a 70 Fredericksburg back Tim Stuewe scored on a 41yard run to narrow the margin to The try for two points District 134 A APA Last weeks games Canyon Gonzales 13 New Braunfels Austin Travis 12 Hondo Fredericksburg 6 Uvalde Kerrville Tivy 6 Westlake Hays 3 San Marcos Lockhart This weeks games Canyon at Del Valle Boerne at Fredericksburg Hays at Pflugerville Kerrville Tivy at West Campus Bastrop at Lockhart New Braunfels at Team V Canyon L P 14 R NB Hays Kerrville Tivy Lockhart 0 RD 273A squads go 42 273A Four of the District 273A teams won their season opening games Friday with only Smithson Val ley and Cole coming up short in the nondistrict Bandera was the biggest winner of the pulling out a 470 win over 2A Last year the Bulldogs beat Ingram Boerne traveled to Gerard to hand the Royals a 1412 Gerard came within two points by recovering a Boerne fumble in the end zone for a but the Greyhounds stopped an attempted gametying twopoint conversion Boerne quarterback Matt Bradley threw two touchdown passes in the Bradley passed for 103 of the Greyhounds total offensive Floresville avenged last years loss to Karnes City with a 140 win over the Badgers at Karnes City came from behind to beat the Tigers 1514 in For the second consecutive Southside opened the season with a twopoint win over Holy Cardinal linebacker Ricky Ortega intercepted a pass with a little more than a minute to play to preserve a 2826 win for Cardinal running back Bernie Gamboa had scoring runs of five and 43 The long touchdown run came on Southsides first offensive play of the Somerset handed Smithson Valley an opening game 1413 defeat when Larry Taylor sacked Ranger quarterback Mike Irvine on a point Randolph rolled over Cole 3114 at RoHawk Stadium behind 329 total Dogs rout Antonian Seguin rips Buffs MARION Marions Ta Imadge Hennig rushed for 136 yards and brother Scott caught a touchdown p as the Bulldogs rout ed hapless Antonian 500 Area Friday Talmadge Hennig scored on a 56 yard run on the first play from starting the Bulldogs on the way to a 36point first Quarterback Chuck Ford ran for one touchdown and threw to Scott Hennig for Kevin Ben Tim Schnieder and Todd Glowka also scored for the as Coach David Hennig made a winning debut at the Marion rolled up 272 yards on the ground and held the Apaches to minus The Bulldogs defense allowed Antonian two first while Marion had The Bulldogs face Poteet in Poteet next Pleasanton beat the Aggies 210 Friday Seguin Clemens 0 SEGUIN The Seguin Matadors welcomed new coach Mike Honeycutt to town with a 270 victory over Clemens Friday Fullback Craig Whitten scored three touchdowns and the Matadors defense allowed Clemens only four first downs as Seguin won for the first time in almost two Seguin led 70 at the half and 130 after three quarters before beaking the game open with two big defensive Clemens faces East Central at home next Close Out Sale On 85 Having Our Atinual End Of Summer Sale on new and used motorcycles SAVE ON ALL NEW BIKES IN STOCK UP TO SAVINGS 1150E GV1200 GV7UO GS850 GS5500 GS500E5 STOCK 85GV700was 83GSllOOLwas 83GS650Lwith faringwas 83GS450Twas 82GS1 JOOEwas 82GS55OLwas 79Yamaha 650was b 76Yamaha Y260was 78Honda Gold Wing 74Honda 500 i now now now now now now now peiial pedal 1 year warranty on late model used bikes ONLY AT Austin 312 0491 offensive Randolph built up a 240 halftime lead and Edward Galaviz third touchdown run of the game gave the RoHawks a 310 lead in the third Galaviz finished the game with 154 yards on 24 District 273A Team W Banders Smithson Valley L T PF PA APF APA 1 0 0 47 0 1 0 0 14 12 1 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 28 26 0 1 0 14 31 0 1 0 13 14 Last weeks games Bandsra Ingram 0 Boerne Gerard 12 Randolph Cole 14 Floresville Karnes City 0 SomBrset Smithson Valley 13 Southside Holy Cross This weeks games Alamo Heights at Bandera Boerne at Fredericksburg Antonian at Cole Floresville at Medina Smithson Valley at Devine Southside at By The Associated Press Is how The APs top 10 hlflh school football teams in each class fared in this weeks Class 6A Odessa Permian 10 beat El Paso Coronado Conroe 00 played Bryan Saturday Converse Judson 10 beat San Antonio Marshall Houston Yates 110 beat Houston Washington Temple 01 lost to Austin Crockett Dallas Carter 100 played Lake Highlands Saturday San Antonio Clatk 110 beat San Antonio East Central Houston Aldine 10 beat Spring Woods Dallas White 10 beat South Garland Beaumont West Brook 10 beat Port Arthur Lincoln Class 4A Tomball 10 beat Rosenberg Terry Sweetwater 10 beat Clyde Denison 10 beat Carrollton Turner Bay City 110 beat Lamar Consolidated Gregory Portland 01 lost to Corsicana 110 beat Jacksonville Huntsvilled0 beat Jasper 10 Wichita Falls Hirschi 10 beat Wichita Falls New Braunfels 10 beat Austin Travis Port Arthur Lincoln 011 lost to Beaumont West Brook Hempstead 101 beat Caldwell Post 101 lost to Kermit Navasota 1 0 beat Marlin Vernon 01 lost to Bandera 11 0 beat Ingram Llttlefield 101 beat Frenship Columbus 10 beat Glddings Waco Connally 01 lost to Dalngerfield 110 beat Gilmer Port Isabel 110 beat Los Fresnos Class 2A Electra 10 beat Hamlin II 0 beat Baird Grand Saline 011 lost to Van 9 AltodO beat Hurtlngttm East Bernard 10 beat Schulenburg Randolph 110 beat San An tonio Cole Pilot Point 14 beat Dallas Marks Abernathy 10 beat Petersburg Crandall 10 beat Mabank 16 Groveton 10 beat Newton Class A Munday tOI beat Haskell Union Hill 10 beat Harleton Goldthwaite 10 beat San Sabs Runge 10 beat LaVemla 24 Roscoe 00 can celed by Nazareth 01 lost to Lubbock Christian Wheeler 10 beat Stinnett 21 Godley 1 0 beat Millsap Maypearl 01 lost to Wortham Flatonia 101 beat Nixon Smiley Class 4A By The Associated Press Andrews Brownfield 15 Athens Ennis 14 Azle KellerO Bastrop Elgin Bay City Lamar Consolidated 9 Gatesville 15 Beeville Corpus Christ Moody 2 South Park Liberty 15 Brownwood Abilene Cooper 14 Bridge City Nederland 15 Brownsville Pace Brownsville Hanna 13 Brownwood Abilene Cooper 14 Carthage Atlanta 12 Cartizo Springs Eagle Pass 7 Channelview Strake Jesuit 8 Corsicana Jacksonville 7 Crane Fort Stockton 2 Dallas Wilson FW Diamond HillO Denison Carrollton Turner 8 Del Rio San Angelo Lake View 14 EdcouchElsa La Fetia 0 FW Castleberry Aledo 6 Friendswood Pearland 7 Gainesville Burkburnett 3 Granbury FW Brewer 26 Centers Furr Austin 0 HuhtsvtllS JMper 6 Joshua Grapevine 6 Kllgors Palestine Westwood 0 U Joya flfownsvtlle Partsr 16 Laredo United Laredo Martin 7 LeandeM Pflugerville 7 Levelland Lamesa 0 Liberty Eylau New Boston 6 Mineral Wells FW Arlington Heights 7 Mount Pleasant Pittsburg 6 Monahans Pampa 22 New Braunfels Austin Travis 12 Mew Braunfels Canyon Gonisles13 North Dallas Bishop Lynch 6 Palestine FW Poly 21 Peoos EP Riverside 12 Raymondvllle Lyford 0 Rio Grande City Mission 6 RockportFulton Aransas Pass 19 SA Central Catholic SA Alamo Heights 0 SA Southwest Medina Valley 27 SA Edgewood Crystal City 8 SA West Campus Pearsall 13 Saginaw Boswell Mansfield 7 Snyder Big Spring 28 Stephenville Graham 0 Sweetwater Clyde 0 Tomball Rosenberg Terry 12 Uvalde Kerrville Tivy 6 WF Hirschi WF High 7 Waxahachie McKlnney 26 Waco Jefferson Moore Waco High 12 Waco Midway Waco Robin son 6 Waco University Dallas Madison 13 West Mesquite Dallas Adamson 14 Class 3A Abilene Wylie Seymour 6 Alvarado Waco Connally 13 Ok Vernon6 Bandera Ingram 0 Bellinger Winters 0 Boerne SA Gerard 12 Breckenridge Iowa Park 14 Bridgeport Olney 12 Brownsboro41 Frankston 19 Brady 20 Junction 0 Breckenridge Iowa Park 14 Canton MalakoffO Cameron Taylor 7 Ingleside Canadian Clarendon 0 Canutillo Cathedral 0 Childress Quanah Commerce North Lamar 12 Coldsprings Hardin 6 Columbus Glddings 18 Colorado City Slston 14 Cooper Center 24 Crockett 4 Crockett temple 18 GilmerO Decatur Boyd 0 Devlne Jourdanton 14 Dublin Cross Springs 6 Elsctrn Floresville Karnes City 0 Frlona River Road 1 Gladewater Chapel Hill 8 Graham Stephenvllle tie Greenwood Otona 0 Dslhart 0 HamshlreFannett Buna 6 Hallettsvllle Ganado 0 Heflrne ABM Consolidated 0 Hebbronville Bishop 3 Hillsboro Itasca 0 Hidalgo PhairSan Juan Alamo JVO Hondo Fredericksburg 6 Kountze Beaumont Kelly 14 Lake Worth Kemp 7 Lampasas Hamilton 7 Lumberton East Chambers 6 Luling Dripping Springs 0 Lubbock Roosevelt Dlmmltt 6 Madisonville Willis 0 Marble Falls Del Valle 6 Hawley12 Montgomery New Waverly 6 Morton Denver City 6 Navasota Marlin 0 North Lamar Commerce tie PA Austin Orangefield 0 Palacios Vanderbilt Industrial 0 Perryton Borger 6 Port Isabel Los Fresnos 0 Muleshoe 0 Premont Santa Rosa 0 Qulnlan Red Oak 7 Refuglo Sinton 13 Rockdale Smithville 0 SA 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