New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 11, 1985, Page 8

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October 11, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Local football Page 9A Sports HwralctZfltunj ft October 8A Rangerettes ease by Hounds ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer Smithson whose volleyball season lias been a rollercoaster ride all survived a Texas Cylcone plunge and came away with a little nausea and a 158 victory over Boerne Thursday It was the fifth win in a row for the Rangerettes and the third straight district The Greyhounds fall to 03 in district For most of the Smithson Valley has looked like the king of the but oilier one aspect of its game will causing the team to Against the Rangerettes had a hard time delivering the big When we dont play our best its usually one thing that goes it was our said Smithson Valley Coach Louise Our passes were good and our sets were We got the ball to our front line all right and we were jumping all right but our timing was off on the she Of the Greyhounds 17 11 were caused by Rangerette If we had played as well as we did against the score wouldnt have been that We just didnt play aggressively we just played enough to Davidson I Susan Davis and Tiffany Beene had six assists each for Smithson Valley while Roxanne Wehe recorded a gamehigh four service Shalynn McCoy led the team in blocks with three and in kills with The young Greyhounds jumped on Smithson Valley taking an 30 A combination of Boernes inexperience and the serving of Beene and Laurie Hughes helped the Rangerettes regain a i5 The Greyhounds took the lead again when two Smithson Valley kills fell into the then Davis and Boernes Rachel Siewald exchanged twin for a 98 load for the Led by Wehes the Rangerettes stormed back to life to Capture the next seven points to win the first Two a block by McCoy and a net violation made the score 129 Smithson Valley before the Statistics Smithson Valley points A A B Tiffany Beene 6 3 1 2 Laura Biesenbach 0 0 0 0 Mary Bruce 0 0 0 1 Susan Davis 6 3 0 1 Merrie Fox 1 0 0 2 Alissa Heathcock 0 0 0 0 Laurie Hughes 0 1 0 0 Carolyn Hull 0 0 0 0 Lolita Martinez 0 0 0 0 Shalynn McCoy 0 1 3 4 Brenda Wehe 0 Roxanne Wehe 0 0 0 4 0 12 4 12 22 Boerne points A A B K P Lisa 0 0 0 0 Debbie 2 0 0 2 Denise 0 0 2 0 Sue Peters 1 0 1 1 Joan Echkard 0 0 0 0 Holly Ketchum 0 2 2 1 Marissa 0 0 0 0 Tiflany 0 0 0 0 Rachel 3 0 0 3 Totals 6 2 5 7 Score Smithson Valley JV score Smithson Valley Greyhounds called a time The Rangerettes did not lose their edge as Wehe came back with another A kill by McCoy made it 149 before Boerne won back the only to have its first serve fall into the McCoys ace capped the first game for Smithson The Rangerettes opened the second game taking a 40 lead with Beene recording two aces and feeding two assists to Merrie McCoy then recorded a pair of kills and a pair of blocks as the lead mushroomed to That lead climbed to 113 before Boerne rattled off four points on two missed Rangerette an ace by Siewald and a block by Holly Ket A Greyhound net a kill by Wehe and a wide kill by Denise Masters pushed the Rangerettes within one at 147 before Boerne called a time The teams traded with the Greyhounds picking up a point on a Smithson Valley mishit before McCoys towering block brought the match to an I thought we looked a lot sharper in the second game and Im en LA sails over Cards LOS ANGELES AP The Los Angeles Dodgers secret to dominating Louis in the first two games of the National League playoffs isnt much of a The Dodgers simply dont do anything Everything theyre doing is said Cardinals shortstop Ozzie Smith after the Dodgers won the second game of the bestofseven series 82 Thursday It couldnt happen at a better time for Theyre pitching very hitting very fielding very What else can you say The who won the opening game 41 on the strong pitching of Fernando Valenzuela and reliever Tom could wrap up the NL pennant by taking two of the three upcoming contests in Louis on Sunday and No game was scheduled Bob 144 during the regular is scheduled to take the mound for Los Angeles in Game 3 against the Cardinals Danny 18 in a battle of Pitcher Orel Hershiser was the most prominent Dodger doing things correctly in the second game of the escaping virtually unscathed from earlyinning trouble to throw a complete game at the who closed out the regular season with 11 consecutive won his 12th straight game at Dodger He added insult to injury when he started the Los Angeles offense rolling with a run producing single to tie the score 11 in the third He then scored the goahead run on the first of two doubles by Ken After the threerun third the Dodgers poured it on against Louis starter Joaquin adding two runs on Greg Brocks homer in the fourth and another on Mike Marshalls RBI single in the fifth for a 61 Landreaux and Bill Madlock each had three hits in a 13hit Dodger Hershiser said his early pitching problems were caused by being too pumped up for his firstever playoff The type of energy I it wasnt nervous said 19 3 during the regular I wasnt scared or It made me feel so strong I thought I could throw the ball thrtnigh a Thats not good fora sinkerball I felt like I wanted to be Dwight Gooden and throw the ball past he If it would make me throw like Id love But it He finally settled he after his trip around the bases in the third Driving in the run wasnt as important to me as being able to run the he That took some of the strength out of I seemed to get in a good groove after The were piling up runs against His downfall began after allowing Steve Saxs oneout single in the he tried to pick him off first and threw with Sax winding up at Hershiser twice failed to lay down a squeeze bunt but then slapped a high bouncer over the head of drawn in Louis third baseman Terry The Dodgers got a lift in the top of the first when catcher Mike Scioscia gunned down speedsters Vince Coleman and willie McGee as each was trying to steal Tom Hen followed with a twoout double that probably would have scored both but instead the Dodgers got out of the inning It really fired our team Los Angeles Manager Tom Lasorda Scioscia made some great throws and that really Local DERYL Smithson Valleys Mary Bruce goes up for a hit during Thursdays match with Boerne couraged about A lot of the girls had good we just had trouble at times with Davidson We cant go on playing just well enough to It is not going to I know they can do she The tied with Southside for the district lead at will play a nondistrict match at tonight at The district schedule resumes on Thurday at Tigers Rangers Flortivlllt 00 at Smithson Vallty The balaned offense of Floreivllle hai baan racking up the points this Except for a loss to Medina the Tigers have won their games by wide Anthony Price and Nathan Braun are both quality backs for the Slmithson Valleys offensive ef fectiveness will depend on the availability and perfromances of tailback Scott Balmos and quarterback Mike Both are nursing ailments that have hampered them for the last two Floresville is strong with a big line and skilled If Irvine Is the Rangers may test the Tigers Defen tackle Preston Janes Is the newest member of the Rangers injury The senior has not worked out this week and Is questionable for Smithson After scoring the first field goal last the Rangers lost a 193 game to the This Floresville is favored by David King 7344 in a tea glass missed the gypsies when they came through town last but Im going to stir the leaves in the bottom of my ISfestea and see what they say about the rest of the District 134A football New after a slow has been over tfpwering And the Unicorns havent had to extend themselves in the second half since the opener with The Unicorns nondistrict schedule this season didnt include an opponent the caliber of last seasons Travis or Clemens but Seguin and Alamo Heights were improved and New Braunfels handled both pretty Lockharts Robert Thompson not is the districts best allaround running Millett has 558 yards rushing and 141 as a pan And quarterback Victor Sierra 252 yards passing against Clemens says a The Unicorns of fensive line has made its usual long Journey to excellence under Bob Bakers But the biggest reason for New Braunfels 50 start ia the The Swarm is improved over last years despite a rebuilding job at linebacker and defensive New Braunfels defense has developed so much that the Unicorns can rotate fresh players into the game at just about every position and not lose any jSo your leaves have to put Unicorns in the swirling among the ice But before everyone concedes the golden football to the we have to consider the last two Two ytars Fredcricksburg beat New Braunffli on a spongesoggy scoring the winning touchdown OB a dropped punt snap in the end Last an un derrated Canyon team knocked the Unicorns out of top So nothing is Consider the rest of the despite stumbling against Westlake and playing pretty well and Alamo Heights and playing badly at the end of the nondistrict can be competitive with The Cougars have that championship and it doesnt hurt that they have a gang of talented The key to the Cougars chances the rest of the way is the offensive If Canyon can find a way to plug the line leaks that have sunk its rowboat the last two the Cougars skill people can turn games into track Lockhart has a skittering bug of a tailback who hat made the Lions into contenders the last two But Lockhart has more than just since the Uons beat Gonzales without him last Hays has snapped back from a 320 wlpeout against Marble Falls to win two games with its trademark ballcontrol The Rebels wishbone and variations on the bone have controlled the ball giving the defense a boost by keeping it off the Fullback Gene Salazar has been strong on the first of the wishbones three Kerrvllle which has gone to the wishbone this has its own bruiser In Pat The Antlers have overcome the booboo bug that hurt them early In the and they wrapped up their nondistrict schedule by beating a PflugerviUe team that has whipped Lockhirt the week And then theres the Watch out for Fredericksburg came out of nondistrict play the wont in the But the Billies were in every game except last weeks loss to and the Fradericksburg offense has shown signs of coining out of the ;

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