New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 8, 1985, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 8, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas High school football 10A f&rald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, September 8,1985 13-4 A ta kes beati na Top 10 Canyon    and New Braunfels, District 13 -4A’s playoff teams a year ago, were the only district teams to    win Friday in    the season openers. Canyon    shelled    former    district member Gonzales 48-13, while New Braunfels    rallied    with    a    95-yard kickoff return to beat Austin Travis 13-12. Elsewhere in the district, Uvalde beat Kerrville Tivy 27-6, Westlake topped Hays 25-3, San Marcos ripped Lockhart 31-8 and Hondo tripped Fredericksburg 13-6. In Kerrville, the Antlers marched 61 yards for a touchdown the first time they touched the ball, and drove to the Coyotes’ I at the end of the first half. But Uvalde held, took a 14-6 lead into the locker room, and never looked back. Mistakes hurt the Antlers, as they had a punt blocked for a touchdown, fumbled at their own 15 and bobbled and lost a punt at their own 25. Hays ran into one of the region’s best defensive teams, as the Rebels managed five first downs and 82 total yards against Westlake. The Chaparrals led 9-3 at the half, but shut out the Rebels in the final two quarters. Westlake had 290 yards of total offense. San Marcos’ Joseph Williams gained 143 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Rattlers bombed Lockhart. San Marcos led 10-0 after one quarter, and it was 24-0 before Robert Thompson scored a consolation touchdown for the I Jons. The Rattlers gained 319 yards on the ground. Hondo led from start to finish against Fredericksburg, but the game was in doubt until a touchdown with 9:31 left in the game. After the Owls had taken a 7-0 lead, Fredericksburg back Tim Stuewe scored on a 41-yard run to narrow the margin to 7-6. The try for two points failed. District 13-4A Team Canyon NB F'burg Hays Kerrville Tivy Lockhart WLT PF PA APF 0 48 13    14.8 12 13 25 27 31 130 6 0 3.0 6.0 8.0 APA 130 12.0 13.0 25.0 27.0 31.0 Last week’s games — Canyon 48 Gonzales 13 New Braunfels 13, Austin Travis 12; Hondo 13, Fredericksburg 6; Uvalde 27, Kerrville Tivy 6, Westlake 25, Hays 3, San Marcos 31, Lockhart 8 This week's games Canyon at Del Valle; Boerne at Fredericksburg, Hays at Pflugerville, Kerrville Tivy at West Campus Bastrop at Lockhart, New Braunfels at Seguin, 27-3A squads go 4-2 a 27-3A Four of the District 27-3A teams won their season-opening games Friday night, with only Smithson Valley and Cole coming up short in the non-district contests. Bandera was the biggest winner of the week, pulling out a 47-0 win over 2A Ingram. Last year the Bulldogs beat Ingram 67-0. Boerne traveled to St Gerard to hand the Royals a 14-12 defeat St. Gerard came within two points by recovering a Boerne fumble in the end zone for a touchdown, but the Greyhounds stopped an attempted game-tying two-point conversion attempt. Boerne quarterback Matt Bradley threw two touchdown passes in the victory. Bradley passed for 103 of the Greyhounds* total offensive yards. Floresville avenged last year’s loss to Karnes City with a 14-0 win over the Badgers at home. Karnes City came from behind to beat the Tigers 15-14 in 1984. For the second consecutive year, Southside opened the season with a two-point win over Holy Cross. Cardinal linebacker Ricky Ortega intercepted a pass with a little more than a minute to play to preserve a 28-26 win for Southside. Cardinal running back Bernie Gamboa had scoring runs of five and 43 yards. The long touchdown run came on Southside^ first offensive play of the game. Somerset handed Smithson Valley an opening game 14-13 defeat when Larry Taylor sacked Ranger quarterback Mike Irvine on a two-point conversion. Randolph rolled over Cole 31-14 at Ro-Hawk Stadium behind 329 total 'Dogs rout Antonian; Seguin rips Buffs MARION Marion’s Ta-Imadge Heiling rushed for 136 yards and brother Scott caught a touchdown p-ass as the Bulldogs routed hapless Antonian 50-0 Area Friday night. Talmadge Hcnmg scored on a 56-yard run on the first play from scrimmage, starting the Bulldogs on the way to a 36-pomt first half. Quarterback Chuck Ford ran for one touchdown and threw to Scott Hennig for another. Kevin Brown, Ben Alvarado, Tim Schnieder and Todd Glowka also scored for the Bulldogs, as Coach David Hennig made a winning debut at the school. Marion rolled up 272 yards on the ground and held the Apaches to minus 15. The Bulldogs’ defense allowed Antonian two first downs, while Marion had 18. The Bulldogs face Poteet in Poteet next week. Pleasanton beat the Aggies 21-0 Friday night. Seguin 27, Clemens 0 SEGUIN The Seguin Matadors welcomed new coach Mike Honeycutt to town with a 27-0 victory over Clemens Friday night. Fullback Craig Whitten scored three touchdowns and the Matadors' defense allowed Clemens only four first downs as Seguin won for the first tune in almost two years. Seguin led 7-0 at the half and 13-0 after three quarters before beaking the game open with two big defensive plays. Clemens faces East Central at home next week. Close Out Sale On “85” buzuki of $eg»ii. Having ( Hit Annual End Of Summer Sale ■iii IH’u and u-wd motorcycles SAN I I< IN uX\Kl\ lilkKS IN STOCK I I*TO8*k>0SAN INO* UVU- t;v IJ'.i t;\ Tim pyre tis'mm nsr^mt. >_ USED STOCK- *85-GV700-was $3495.00.................no»    92198.00 83-GS110OL-was 82005.4k)...............  $2288.00 ’83-GS650L-W itll faring-wa* $2695.00.......now    $2088.00 83-GS4r>OT-was $1093.00.................... gung.OO '82-GSllOOF-wai* 82595.00...............now    $1888.IM) 81-GS750L-Wa* $1695.00................g    1288.00 ’82-GS550L-Wat SI605.00................now    $1344.(81 '79*Yamaha650*wa*$1295.00............special    *888.00 ‘76-Y amaha Y 2f>0-wa* $695.(kl   *|>eeial $444.00 ’78-Honda Gold ing GLUMM).................$2188.(MI *74-Honda 500 (four).........................$622.(MI ’Ttt-Kawasaki K2650.........................$588.(MI offensive yards. Randolph built up a 24-0 halftime lead and Edward Galaviz’ third touchdown run of the game gave the Ro-Hawks a 31-0 lead in the third quarter. Galaviz finished the game with 154 yards on 24 carries. District 27-3A Team Bandera Boerne Floresville Southside Cole Smithson Valley W L PF PA APF 0 47    0    47.0 12 0 26 31 14 14 14 28 14 13 14 0 14.0 28 0 140 13 0 APA OO 120 OO 26 0 31 0 14 0 Leat week's games Bandera 47. Ingram 0 Boerne 14 St Gerard 12, Randolph 31, Cole 14 Floresville 14 Kames City 0; Somerset 14 Smithson Valley 13; Southside 28, Holy Cross 26 This week s games Alamo Heights at Bandera, Boerne at Fredericksburg; Antonian at Cole; Floresville at Medina Valley Smithson Valley at Devine Southside at Cotulla By The Associated Press Here is how The AP's top 10 high school football teams in each class fared in this week's games: Cfass 5A 1. Odessa Permian (10) beat El Paso Coronado 28 0. 2. Conroe (OO) played Bryan Saturday night. 3. Converse Judson (I 0) beat San Antonio Marshall 14 12. 4 Houston Yates (10) beat Houston Washington 31 -0. 5. Temple (0 1) lost to Austin Crockett 20 18 6 Dallas Carter (O O) played Lake Highlands Saturday night. 7. San Antonio Clark (1 0) beat San Antonio East Central 29 0. 8 Houston Aldine (10) beat Spring Woods 42 30. 9. Dallas White (1 0) beat South Garland 13 7. 10 Beaumont West Brook (I O) beat Port Arthur Lincoln 47 18 Class 4A 1 Tomball (1 0) beat Rosenberg Terry 48 12 2 Sweetwater (10) beat Clyde 51 0 3 Denison (I 0) beat Carrollton Turner 32 8 4 Bay City (1 0) beat Lamar Consolidated 24 9 5 Gregory Portland (OD lost to Edinburg 25 15. 6 Corsicana (1 0) beat Jacksonville 20 7. 7 Huntsville (1 OI beat Jasper 10 6 8 Wichita Falls Hirschi (1-0) beat Wichita Falls 28 7. 9 New Braunfels H O) beat Austin Travis 13 12. 10 Port Arthur Lincoln (0 1) lost to Beaumont West Brook 47 18 1 Hempstead (I OI beat Caldwell 32 12 2 Post IO 11 lost to Kermit 14 0. 3 Navasota (1 0) beat Marlin 42 0 4 Vernon (0 11 lost to Altus, Ok la 21 6 5 Bandera 11 0) beat Ingram 4/0 6 Littlefield (1 OI beat Frenship 41 0 7 Columbus ll OI beat Giddings 27 18 8 Waco Connelly IOU lost to Alvarado 14 13 9 Daingerfield 11 OI beal Gilmer 13-0. 10. Port Isabel (1 OI beat Los Fresnos 20 0 Class 2A 1 Electra ll OI beat Frederick, Okie 30 0 2 Hamlin 11 OI beat Band 42 6 3 Grand Saline IO-11 lost to Van 9 4 Alto (1 -OI beat Huntington 62-0. 5. East Bernard (10) beat Schulenburg 37-0. 6. Randolph (1-0) beat San Antonio Cole 31 14 7. Pilot Point (1-0) beat Dallas St. Mark's 24 22. 8. Abernathy (1-0) beat Petersburg 266 9. Crandall (1 0) beat Mabank 15 14. 10 Groveton (I 0) beat Newton 21-0. Class A 1. Munday (1 0) beat Haskell 33-0. 2. Union Hill (I O) beat Harleton 280 3. Goldthwaite (10) beat San Saba 21 6 4 Runge (1 0) beat LaVernia 24 13. 5. Roscoe (O O) vs. Rotan, can celed by lightning. 6 Nazareth (0-11 lost to Lubbock Christian 21 0. 7 Wheeler (1 0) beat Stinnett 21 0. 8 Godley (1 0) beat Millsap 6 0. 9 Maypearl (0 11 lost to Wortham 356 10 Flatonia (10) beat Nixon Smiley 27 16 Class 4A By The Associated Press Andrews 34, Brownfield 15 Athens 24, Ennis 14 Azle 28, Keller 0 Bastrop 19, Elgin 7 Bay City 24 Lamar Consolidated 9 Belton 22. Gatesville 15 Beeville 21, Corpus Christi Moody 2 Bmt South Park 28, Liberty 15 Brownwood 27, Abilene Cooper 14 Bridge City 19, Nederland 15 Brownsville Pace 24, Brownsville Hanna 13 Brownwood 27, Abilene Cooper 14 Carthage 35, Atlanta 12 Carrizo Springs 35, Eagle Pass 7 Channelview 15, Shake Jesuit 8 Corsicana 20, Jacksonville 7 Crane 6 Fort Stockton 2 Dallas Wilson 42. EW Diamond Hill 0 Denison 32, Carrollton Turner 8 Del Rio 21, San Angelo Lake View 14 Donna 31, Weslaco 22 Edcouch Elsa 48, La Feria 0 F W Castleberry 27, Aledo 6 Friendswood 14. Pearland 7 Gainesville 21, Burkburnett 3 Granbury 30, FW Brewer 26 Hallsville 12, Whitehouse 0 Henderson 21, Center 8 Hou Furr 24. Hou. Austin 0 Huntsville 10, Jasper 6 Joshua 20, Grapevine 6 Kilgore 24, Palestine Westwood 0 La Joya 27, Brownsville Porter 16 Laredo United 13, Laredo Martin 7 Leander 1 Pflugerville 7 Levelland 7, Lamesa 0 Liberty Eylau 12, New Boston 6 Mineral Wells 20, FW Arlington Heights 7 Mount Pleasant 12, Pittsburg 6 Monahans 36, Pampa 22 New Braunfels 13, Austin Travis 12 New Braunfels Canyon 48, Gonzales 13 North Dallas 12, Bishop Lynch 6 Palestine 40, FW Poly 21 Pecos 25, EP Riverside 12 Pleasanton 21, Poteet 0 Raymondville 39, Lyford 0 Rio Grande City 6, Mission 6 Rockwall 20, Paris IO Rockport Fulton 32, Aransas Pass 19 SA Central Catholic 21, SA Alamo Heights 0 SA Southwest 34, Medina Valley 27 SA Edgewood 38, Crystal City 6 SA West Campus 21, Pearsall 13 Saginaw Boswell 17, Mansfield 7 Snyder 42, Big Spring 28 Stephenville 0, Graham 0 Sweetwater 51. Clyde 0 Tomball 48. Rosenberg Terry 12 Uvalde 27, Kerrville Tivy 6 WF Hirschi 28, WF High 7 Waxahachie 27, McKinney 26 Waco Jefferson Moore 43, Waco High 12 Waco Midway 21, Waco Robinson 6 Waco University 43, Dallas Madison 13 West Mesquite 25, Dallas Adamson 14 Class 3A Abilene Wylie 14, Seymour 6 Altus, Okie 21. Vernon 6 Alvarado 14, Waco Connelly 13 Altus, Okie 21, Vernon 6 Bandera 47, Ingram 0 Ballinger 32, Winters 0 Boerne 14, SA St. Gerard 12 Breckenridge 28. Iowa Park 14 Bridgeport 14, Olney 12 Brownsboro 41 Frankston 19 Brady 20 Junction 0 Breckenridge 28, Iowa Park 14 Canton 16. Malakoff 0 Cameron 24, Taylor 7 Calallen 31, Ingleside 7 Canadian 20, Clarendon 0 Canutillo 14. Cathedral 0 Childress 13, Quanah 7 Commerce 12, North Lamar 12 Coldspnngs 21, Hardin 6 Columbus 27, Giddings 18 Colorado City 33, Slaton 14 Cooper 26, Hale Center 24 Crockett 28, Rusk 14 Crockett 20, Temple 18 Cuero 31, EdneO Daingerfield 13, Gilmer 0 Decatur 28, Boyd 0 Devine 20, Jourdanton 14 Dublin 42, Cross Springs 6 Electra 30, Frederick, Okie. 0 Fabens 67, Clint 8 Floresville 14, Karnes City 0 Freer 21, Mathis 6 Friona 38, River Road 7 Gladewater 33, Chapel Hill 8 Goliad 14, Tidehaven 0 Graham 0, Stephenville 0, tie Greenwood 28, Ozona 0 Guymon, Okla. 10, Dalhart 0 Hamshire Fannett 47, Buna 6 Hallettsville 34, Ganado 0 Hearne 30, A&M Consolidated 0 Hebbronville 7, Bishop 3 Hillsboro 53, Itasca 0 Hidalgo 12, Pharr San Juan Alamo JV 0 Hondo 13, Fredericksburg 6 Kermit 14, Post 0 Kountze 20, Beaumont Kelly 14 Lake Worth 21, Kemp 7 Lampasas 27, Hamilton 7 Littlefield 41, Frenship 0 Lumberton 10, East Chambers 6 Luling 34, Dripping Springs 0 Lubbock Roosevelt /, Dimmitt 6 Madisonville 7, Willis 0 Marble Falls 17. Del Valle 6 Merkel 20, Hawley 12 Mineola 38, West Rusk 6 Montgomery 14, New Waverly 6 Morton 28, Denver City 6 Navasota 42. Marlin 0 North Lamar 12. Commerce 12, tie PA Austin 24, Orangefield 0 Palacios 10, Vanderbilt Industrial 0 Perryton 26, Borger 6 Port Isabel 20, Los Fresnos 0 Portales, N M 35, Muleshoe 0 Premont 14, Santa Rosa 0 Quinlan 9, Red Oak 7 Refugio 36, Sinton 13 Rockdale 50, Smithville 0 SA Southside 28, SA Holy Cross 26 San Diego 13, Riviera 7 Seminole 12, Coahoma 7 Sharyland 15. Falfurrias 8 Somerset 14, Smithson Valley 11 Springtown 18, Justin Northwest 0 Splendora 7, Huffman 6 St Joseph Academy 21, Rio Hondo 12 Taft 20. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 8, 1985

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