New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 18, 1985, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 18, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 'SS***** i 111”"    i LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Smithson Valley s Mary Bruce goes up to hit the ball during an earlier match I Smithson Valley crushes Bandera BANDERA Smithson Valley’s volleyball won its fourth straight District 27-3A match by downing Bandera 15*3,15-10 Thursday night. The victory sets up next week’s match between the district’s two undefeated team, the Rangerettes and Southside, at Smithson Valley. The Rangerettes’ pasing was the key to the game, said Coach louise Davidson, as Smithson Valley jumped on the Bulldogs in the first game. "Our passing was just excellent. Bandera served pretty well but we did a good job of passing the ball. We just played a smart game,” she said. Susan Davis led the team with seven aces and five kills, while Shalynn McCoy added four kills and two service aces. Tiffany Beene had nine assists for Smithson Valley. "Bandera had a big blocker, but tile girls worked their way around her. Our hitting looked good. The timing was a little off sometimes, but overall they did a good job,” Davidson said. After winning the first game easily, the Rangerettes jumped out to an 8-3 lead in the second game "We substituted a little in the second game, but that didn’t hurt us. Our passes started landing a litle short. I think we just relaxed a little.” Davidson .< id. She said the team should have little problem getting ready for the showdown wuth Southside on Thursday. "We’ve been working hard for this game. We’ve been steadily getting better and more consistent. I expect them to play well next week,” she Statistics Assists. ac** block* kill* point* A A B K P Tiffany Beene .....9 2 0 2 4 Susan Davis 4 7 0 5 12 Shalynn McCoy ... 0 2 0 4 6 Rosanne Wehe . . . 1 2 0 2 4 Mary Blue* .... 0 0 112 Laona Hughes . 0 0 0 3 3 Aiiissa Heathcock ..... I 0 0 0 0 Bi anoa Wehe .....0 0 0 0 0 Totals ............. 16 13 I 17 31 Scores 15 3. 16 IO Smithson Valley District 27-3A District matches only Team W I Pct Smithson Valley 4 0 I OOO Southside 4 0 1 OOO Floresville 2 2 600 Boerne ......... I 3 260 Bandera ........... I 3 260 Cole ............ 0 4 OOO Thursday s matches Smithson Valley clef Bandala, Floresville del Cole Boerne, Southside del Local said. Southside remained undefeated Thursday by beating Cole, while Floresville topped Boerne. Both the Rangerettes and the Cardinals are 4-0 in district play heading into next week’s game. Southside won its fourth district game Thursday night against Cole. The winner of the Smithson Valley-Southside game will be the top-seeded team in the district’s tournament on Oct. 26. Smithson Valley’s freshmen team won its final game of the season Thursday by downing Bandera 15-0, 9-15,15-9. The Rangerettes’ junior varsity also was victorias with a 15-3, 15-10 win over the Bulldogs. LOCKHART - New Braunfels’ junior varsity tied a school record for shutouts in a season Thursday night by blasting Lockhart 30-0. The Unicorns are 6-0 and have not allowed a point this season. Six different players scored for the Unicorns, who led 17-0 at the half. Kevin Bell opened the scoring with a 55-yard run, and Ken Kuehler kicked the extra point. Glenn Hermann made it 13-0 with a two-yard run, and Jimmy Villareal made it 14-0. Kuehler kicked a 19-yard field goal for New Braunfels’ halftime lead. Ray Carrillo caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Luis DeLuna, Robert Raborn ran IO yards for a score and Kuehler kicked an extra point for the final margin. Erie Walker and Troy Turman had interceptions for New Braunfels. NB freshmen 21, Lockhart 8 IX)CKHART — New Braunfels’ passing game was the difference as the Unicorn freshmen opened district play with a victory. Lonnie Aleman opened the scoring with a two-yard run, and Sammy Tristan kicked the extra point. Jimmy Siminonds hit Rodney Holland with a 40-yard scoring pass and Tristan kicked to make it 14-0. Dennis Lehmann finished the scoring by throwing a 45-yard scoring pass to Harvey Soell. Jesse Diaz kicked the extra point. The Unicorns are 3-2-1. Boerne JV 28, Smithson Valley 0 A three-gaem Smithson Valley junior varsity winning streak was snapped with a 28-0 loss to Boerne. The Rangers fall to 3-4 on the year. Harris picks NB, CHS New Braunfels and Canyon are favored in their District 13-4A openers, while Smithson Valley is an underdog this week, according to the Harris Rating System. The Unicorns, ranked 10th in the state with 171 power points, are a 22-point pick over Lockhart, ranked 99th statewide. Canyon, 34th statewide, is a 12-point favorite over 92nd-ranked Kerrville Tivy. Boerne, 95th in the 3A listings, is picked bu 18 pver Smithson Valley, which is 171st. In the other 13-4A game tonight, Fredericskburg is a seven-point pick over Hays. In 27-3A, Bandera and Cole are rated as a tossup, while Floresville is an eight-point favorite over Southside. Bandera is the district’s top-ranked team, sitting 52nd statewide with 156 points. Floresville is 56th with 156 points, while Cole is 64th with 154. In District 32-3A, Marion is a six-point favorite over Stockdale, while Randolph is a 43-point pick over Pettus. Jourdanton is favored by six over LaVernia and Poth is picked by seven over Nixon. Kitty Hawk 8th A 28, NBMS 14 New Braunfels Middle School’s eighth grade A team dropped to 1-4 on the season with the Ins John Camarera) scored on a 75-yard revers* play and Sean Toney passed to Paul Machuca for the two-point conversion. Matt Ethridge ran two yards for NM BS’ other touchdown. NBMS 8th B 6, Kitty Hawk 6 New Braunfels Middle School’s eighth grade B team remained unbeaten after a tie with Kitty Hawk. John Bartram passed to Pete Cruz for NM BS, which is 3-0-1. Canyon JV 22, Kerrville I ivy 6 Jimmy Wilson scored three touchdowns to lead the Canyon JV in its first district game. Wilson scored on runs of six. GO and 25 yards as the Cougars improved their record to 4-2. Richard Baker added a two-point conversion after the first touchdown and Kelly Mulhallen kicked two extra points. Tivy 9th 32, Canyon 14 Canyon’s freshmen fell to 3-2-1 after a loss to the Tivy Antlers in the teams’ district opener. Rudy Benavides returned a kickoff BO yards and ran for the two-point conversion for the Cougars, and Augustin Martinez went 60 yards for a score on a guard-around play. Briesemeister 8th 24, CMS 6 Canyon’s eighth grade team fell to 0 5 with a loss to Briesemeister. Eddie Ixipez scored on a 50-yard option play for Canyon. Briesemeister 7th A 14, CMS 12 Canyon’s seventh grade A team fell to 1-3 with a loss to Briesemeister. Matt Preiss scored twice for Canyon on a runs of 45 and five yards. CMS 7th B 12, Briesemeister 0 Canyon’s seventh grade B team evened its record to 1-1 with a win over Briesemeister. Jay Abrigo .scored both touchdowns for Canyon on runs of 33 and 20 yards. Mt. Valley 8th 22, St. Mary's 8 Mountain Valley’s eighth grade team won its second consecutive game with a win over St. Mary’s. Russell Knight scored twice and Albert Iakavakos for Mountain Valley. The team is now 3-2-1. St. Mary's 7th 20, Mt. Valley 14 Mountain Valley’s seventh grade team fell to 0-6 with a loss to St. Mary’s. Mike Hewitt scored both touchdowns for Mountain Valley. Boerne 8th 32, Bulverde 0 Boerne's eighth grade blanked Bulverde to Bulverde's record to 1-2-1. SV 9th 22, Boerne 0 Smithson Valley’s freshman team won its third game in a row by blanking Boerne. Shant* Anthony scored twice for the Rangers, once on a 20-yard run in the first quarter. Quai- Boerne 7th 32, Bulverde 6 terback Scotty Ferguson hit Kenneth Buckland on a 20-yard scoring pass for the final score. Smithson Valley is now 4-2 on the year team drop Boerne’s seventh grade team handed Bulverde its second loss in as many games. Travis Smith scored on a reverse for Bulverde. College capsules. Page 11A orts Missouri-based Series opens Saturday in KC Herald-Zfitung Friday, October 18,1985 Page 10A KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - They’ll have to go a little bit farther this time to decide the championship of Missouri. Back in 1944, when St. Louis was about as far west as you could go and still see major league baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals were involved in another World Series. Their opponents then were the St. Louis Browns. The whole affair was played in Sportsman’s Park. The teams didn’t have to do much more than change from their home whites to road grays. This time the Cardinals have to cross the breadth of Missouri to play the Kansas City Royals in this Show-Me Showdown starting Saturday night. Fans from 49 other states and other parts of the world presumably will be watching to see whether the championship winds up belonging to the eastern or western border of Middle America. It’s the first intrastate World Series since the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland A’s, on opposite ends of the Golden State Freeway, went at it in 1974. Los Angeles and the California Angels could have been in this one. So could the New York Mots and New York Yankees. They all were in contention. "The media always talks about a Subway Series, so there’s nothing wrong with an 1-70 Series,” George Brett, the Royals’ third baseman, said. A few disc jockeys and other radio types on the eastern and western borders of the rest of America, namely in New York and Los Angeles, have been cynically suggesting that ABC, which owns the telecasting rights to the Series, is ready to take the pipe over potentially dismal ratings for this best-of-seven matchup. “Whoa, not so fast,” said Tim McCarver, one of the New' York Mets’ broadcasters who will be joining Al Michaels and Jim Palmer in the network booth. "This is the World Series. I think it transcends sports in the same way that the Super Bowl is more than just a championship football game. They could be playing this thing in Wichita and Topeka and you’d still attract the viewers. The World Series is a special part of Americana." It also is the first all-night World Series. When ABC and NBC (which telecast it in alternate years) bought the rights, extra money changed hands so that the networks could dictate the starting times — and ABC opted for prime time from start to finish. One thing the fans won’t get to see this year is the designated hitter. This is "the other year,” when the games are played under National league rules. So the pitchers will bat and Dick Dowser, manager of the American league champion Royals, will have to exercise a bit more strategy than he has had to during the course of the season’s 162 games and the seven-game playoffs against the Toronto Blue Jays. Hal McRae, normally the KC DH, now will be limited to pinch-hitting duties. “It means I’ll just have one swing a game,” he said, "and I’ll have to make that one count.” With McRae out of the lineup, Steve Balboni, the Royals’ young strikeout-prone slugger, likely will bat fourth. NB JV shuts out Lions ;

  • Aiiissa Heathcock
  • Al Michaels
  • Albert Iakavakos
  • Augustin Martinez
  • Dennis Lehmann
  • Dick Dowser
  • Eddie Ixipez
  • George Brett
  • Glenn Hermann
  • Hal Mcrae
  • Harvey Soell
  • Jay Abrigo
  • Jesse Diaz
  • Jim Palmer
  • Jimmy Siminonds
  • Jimmy Villareal
  • Jimmy Wilson
  • John Bartram
  • John Camarera
  • Kelly Mulhallen
  • Ken Kuehler
  • Kenneth Buckland
  • Kevin Bell
  • Kitty Hawk
  • Laona Hughes
  • Leslie Kriewaldt
  • Lonnie Aleman
  • Luis Deluna
  • Mary Blue
  • Mary Bruce
  • Matt Ethridge
  • Matt Preiss
  • Mike Hewitt
  • Paul Machuca
  • Pete Cruz
  • Ray Carrillo
  • Richard Baker
  • Robert Raborn
  • Rodney Holland
  • Rosanne Wehe
  • Rudy Benavides
  • Scotty Ferguson
  • Sean Toney
  • Shalynn Mccoy
  • Steve Balboni
  • Susan Davis
  • Tiffany Beene
  • Tim Mccarver
  • Travis Smith
  • Troy Turman

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 18, 1985

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