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

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 18, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas College Page 11A Sports HvratdZtltiiitg October PagelOA LESLIE Smithson Valleys Mary Bruce goes up to hit the ball during an earlier match Smithson Valley crushes Bandera BANDERA Smithson Valleys volleyball won its fourth straight District 273A match by downing Bandera Thursday The victory sets up next weeks match between the districts two undefeated the Rangerettes and at Smithson The Rangerettes pasing was the key to the said Coach Louise as Smithson Valley jumped on the Bulldogs in the first Our passing was just Bandera served pretty well but we did a good job of passing the We just played a smart she Susan Davis led the tem with seven aces and five while Shalynn McCoy added four kills and two service Tiffany Beene had nine assists for Smithson Bandera had a big but the girls worked their way around Our hitting looked The timing was a little off but overall they did a good Davidson After winning the first game the Rangerettes jumped out to an 83 lead in the second We substituted a little in the second but that didnt hurt Our passes started landing a litle I think we just relaxed a lit Davidson f She said the team should have little problem getting ready for the showdown with Southside on Thur Weve been working hard for this Weve been steadily getting better and more I expect tbem to play well next she Statistics kills points A A B K P Titfany 2 0 2 4 Susan Davis 7 o 5 12 Shalynn 2 0 4 Roxanne 2 0 2 Mary 0 1 Laurie Q Q 3 Allissa Heathcock o 0 0 Brenda Wehe 0 0 0 Totals 13 T 15 Scores Smithson District 273A 6 4 2 3 0 0 31 District matches only Team W L Smithson Valley 0 o Floresville 2 Boerne i 3 Bandera i 3 Cole 4 Thursdays matches Smithson Valley Bandeta Floresville Boerne Southside Southside remained undefeated Thursday by beating whiie Floresville topped Both the Rangerettes and the Cardinals are 44 in district play heading into next weeks Southside won its fourth district game Thursday night against The winner of the Smithson VaUey Southside game will be the top seeded team in the districts tour nament on Smithson Valleys freshmen team won its final game of the season Thursday by downing Bandera Missouribased Series opens Saturday in KC KANSAS AP Theyll have to go a little bit farther this time to decide the cham pionship of i Back in when Louis was about as far west as you could go and still see major league the Louis Cardinals were involved in another World Their opponents then were the Louis The whole affair was played in Sportsmans The teams didnt have to do much more than change from their home whites to road This time the Cardinals have to cross the breadth of Missouri to play the Kansas City Royals in this ShowMe Showdown starting Saturday 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 Its the first intrastate World Series since the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland on opposite ends of the Golden State went at it in Los Angeles and the California Angels could have been in this So could the New York Mets and New York They all were in con The media always talks about a Subway so theres nothing wrong with an 170 George the Royals third A few disc jockeys and other radio types on the eastern and western borders of the rest of namely in New York and Los have been cynically suggesting that which owns the telecasting rights to the is ready to take the pipe over potentially dismal ratings for this bestofseven not so said Tim one of the New York Mets broadcasters who will be joining Al Michaels and Jim Palmer in the net work This is the World I think it transcends sports in the same way that the Super Bowl is more than just a championship football They could be playing this thing in Wichita and Topeka and youd still attract the The World Series is a special part of It also is the first allnight World When ABC and NBC which telecast it in alternate years bought the extra money changed hands so that the networks could dictate the starting times and ABC opted for prime time from start to One thing the fans wont get to see this year is the designated This is the other when the games are played under National League So the pitchers will bat and Dick manager of the American League champion will have to exercise a bit more strategy than he has had to during the course of the seasons 162 games and the sevengame playoffs against the Toronto Blue Hal normally the KC now will be limited to pinchhitting It means Ill just have one swing a he and Ill have to make that one With McRae out of the Steve the Royals young strikeoutprone likely will bat NB JV shuts out Lions Local LOCKHART New Braunfels junior varsity tied a school record for shutouts in a season Thursday night by blasting The Unicorns are 60 and have not allowed a point this Six different players scored for the who led 170 at the Kevin Bell opened the scoring with a 55yard and Ken Kuehler kicked the extra Glenn Hermann made it 130 twoyard and Jimmy Villareal made it Kuehler kicked a 19yard field goal for New Braunfels halftime Ray Carrillo caught a 12yardtouchdown pass from Luis Robert Raborn ran 10 yards for a score and Kuehler kicked an extra point for the final Eric Walker and Troy Turman had in terceptions for New NB freshmen Lockhart 8 LOCKHART New Braunfels passing game was the difference as the Unicorn freshmen opened district play with a Lonnie Aleman opened the scoring with a two yard and Sammy Tristan kicked the extra Jimmy Simmonds hit Rodney Holland with a 40yard scoring pass and Tristan kicked to make it i Dennis Lehmann finished the scoring by throwing a 45yard scoring pass to Harvey Jesse Diaz kicked the extra The Unicorns are Boerne JV Smithson Valley 0 A threegaem Smithson Valley junior varsity winning streak was snapped with a 280 loss to The Rangers fall to 34 on the Harris picks CHS New Braunfels and Canyon are favored in their District 134A while Smithson Valley is an underdog this according to the Harris Eating The ranked 10th in the state with 111 power are a 22 point pick over ranked 99th 34th is a 12 point favorite over 92ndranked 95th in the 3A is picked bu 18 pver Smithson which is In the other 134A game Fredericskburg is g sevenpoint pick over In Bandera and Cole are rated as a while Floresville is an eightpoint favorite over Bandera is the districts topranked sitting 5nl statewide wife 156 FleresviUe is 56th with 156 while Cole is Kitty Hawk 8th A NBMS 14 New Braunfels Middle Schools eighth grade A team dropped to 14 on the season with the John Camareno scored on a 75yard reverst play and Sean Toney passed to Paul Macliuca for the twopoint Matt Ethridge ran two yards for NMBS other NBMS 8th B Kitty Hawk 6 New Braunfels Middle Schools eighth grade B team remained unbeaten after a tie with Kitty John Bartram passed to Pete Cruz for which is Canyon JV Kerrville Tivy 6 Jimmy Wilson scored three touchdowns to lead the Canyon JV in its first district Wilson scored on runs of GO and 25 yards as the Cougars improved their record to Richard Baker added a twopoint conversion after the first touchdown and Kelly Mulhallen kicked two extra Tivy 9th Canyon 14 Canyons freshmen fell td 321 after a loss to the Tivy Antlers in the teams district Rudy Benavides returned a kickoff 80 yards and ran for the twopoint conversion for the and Augustin Martinez went GO yards for a score on a guardaround SV 9th Boerne 0 Smithson Valleys freshman team won its third game in a row by blanking Shane Anthony scored twice for the once on a 20yard run in the first Quar terback Scotty Ferguson hit Kenneth Buckland on a 20yard scoring pass for the final Smithson Valley is now 42 on the Briesemeister 8th CMS 6 Canyons eighth grade team fell to 05 with a loss to Eddie Lopez scored on a 50yard option play for Briesemeister 7th A CMS 12 Canyons seventh grade A team fell to 13 with a loss to Matt Preiss scored twice for Canyon on a runs of 45 and five CMS 7th Briesemeister 0 Canyons seventh grade B team eyened its record to 11 with a win over Jay Abrigo scored both touchdowns for Canyon on runs of 33 and 20 Valley 8th Marys 8 Mountain Valleys eighth grade team won its second consecutive game with a win over Russell Knight scored twice and Albert lakavakos for Mountain The team is now Marys 7th Valley 14 Mountain Valleys seventh grade team fell to 06 with a loss to Mike Hewitt scored both touchdowns for Mountain Boerne 8th Bulverde 0 Boernes eighth grade team blanked Bulverde to drop Bulverdes record to Boerne 7th Bulverde 6 Boernes seventh grade team handed Bulverde its second loss in as many Travis Smith scored on a reverse for The Rangerettes junior varsity also was vietorius with a 1510 win over the In District Marion Is a six poiat favorite over whiie Randolph is 9 over Jojurdanton is favored by six over LsVernja is picked by seven over season ;