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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October Unicorn boys take cross country title Canyons Sendejo qualifies for regional Canyons Braunfels DEHYL Connie Sendejo left nears the finish line during Saturdays New Mike Payne leads the pack at the midway point in the boys KERRVILLE New Braunfels boys cross country team nipped Kerrville Tivy by one point to win the District 134A cross country championship Mike Payne finished first overall to lead the who advanced to this weeks regional meet at Sam Houston in San Canyons Connie Sendejo qualified for the regional meet as an individual finishing fifth in the varsity girls New Braunfels varsity girls were edged out for second as Fredericksburg won with 27 Kerrville Tivy was second with 54 and New Braunfels third with New Braunfels JV girls were second in the team while Canyon had the eighth and IBthplace finishers in the girls JV but didnt field a fifth A team must have five finishers to qualify in the team New Braunfels boys junior varsity won its division with three runners in the top five The closest race of the day was the boys as it took the best performance of the season by Dan Dorman to lift New Braunfels past defending champion I thought we had finished New Braunfels Coach Fred Pink I thought Fredericksburg had won it was a very close Payne ran the threemile course in 16 49 Dorman ran a for and Hector Hernandez was ninth in Chris Coley was 14th in David Mares 22nd in and Allen Kieny 24th in Canyons Matt Brock was 25th in In the girls Robin Raborn missed a trip to the regionals by 11 as she finished sixth in Inez Garces was seventh in Meredith McWilliams 13th in Jennifer Miller 15th in Heather Woods 20th in and Stephanie Dunham 22nd in New Braunfels Josh Hendry ran a to finish first in the boys JV while Ernesto Perusquia was third in and Mike Rooks fifth in Other Unicorn finishers were BUI Harvey Joaquin and Richard Canyons JV boys were led by John who was sixth in Mark Wong was 12th in Darrell Colleran 17th in Chris Cook 22nd in Ray Kaderli 23rd in and Tom Chilek 24th in Leading Canyons strong showing in the girls JV was Patty who was first overall in Letty Hays was sixth in Gena Thomas eighth in and Mary Thats the way iti been with our JV all Canyon Coach Diana Slawter It takes a lot of dedication to run cross and we just cant get enough people New Braunfels top finisher in the girls JV was Lori who was 10th with Rachel Baker was 12th in Jenny Varenhorst 14th in Robyn Robinson 16th in and Mandy Bradberry 17th in District race thrown into tie Briefly 134A An upset in the hills threw the District 13 4A football race into a fourway sec ondplace tie after only two weeks of Trailing New which is 2 0 after beating Canyon 3314 are Fredericksburg and Kerrville all Hays is 02 after its second straight heartbreaking Tivy upended Fredericksburg 1714 and Lockhart rallied past Hays 2015 in the districts other games In the Billies rolled to a 140 secondquarter lead behind a threeyard scoring run by Drew Hardin and an 18yard touchdown pass from Hardin to Tim But the Antlers came back with a 13yard scoring pass from Britt Leissner to Philip White and a twopoint conversion by Thirmon David Rathke pulled the Antlers within three on the last play of the first kicking a 25yard field Dimery broke loose on a 14yard scoring run to give the Antlers the winning Tivy stopped Fredericksburg on the Antlers 23 yard line late in the game to preserve the Fredericksburg hurt itself with five interceptions and two In the Lions also raced to a 140 scoring on runs of five and 69 yards by Robert Hays drove back in the third making it 146 on a oneyard run by Michael Grizzle and his run for the The Rebels went ahead in the fourth quarter on a fiveyard run by Jeff Lehman and Gene Salazars extra But behind Thompson and quarterback Bubba drove 75 yards for the winning Kanemeier scored on a Thompson finished the night with 256 yards on 30 New Braunfels victory wasnt as the Unicorns lost quarterback Victor Sierra with a broken Sierra will miss at least three District 134A Rec Center closes for Wurstfest The Landa Recreation Center will be closed during Wurstfest The following programs will meet at the Academy Street Gym during this time Exercise aerobics to Karate 7 to 9 Pickup Basketball will not meet on Miller Lite set volleyball event Miller Lite and the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are sponsoring the 1985 Volleywurst volleyball tournament Saturday and Sunday at Haymarket Competition will be in womens open Saturday and corec open Sunday with a maximum of 12 teams per The entry fee is with proceeds going for multiple sclerosis Starting time both days is 8 The tournament will be a double and awards will be presented for second and third All participants will receive an entry ticket to Dealine for entries is Managers can register at the Landa Recreation or send a check made out to the City of New Braunfels to the rec attention Robin 164 Landa Park Winter basketball meeting scheduled The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will conduct an organizational meeting for the Winter Basketball Leagues 1986 season Monday at 7 at the Landa Recreation All interested team managers and players are encouraged to For further information call Aerobics class meets 3 times a week The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an exerciseaerobics class which meets from to on Wednesdays and The class meets at the Landa Recreation Cost of the class is per person per For more call 6396196 fro 1 to Monday through PtekUp basketball plays twice weekly The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring pickup basketball every Sunday and Thursday from 7 to 10 at the Academy Street Gym until Registration fee is for thee season or per information call the Rec Center at Pettus tops gimpy Marion Clemens falls District Team NB Canyon Lockhart Tivy W L T PF PA APF APA 200 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 65 14 48 47 30 30 20 47 31 48 28 36 Last Weeks games New Biaunlels Canyon 14 Lockhart Hays 15 Kerrville Tivy Fredericksburg This weeks games Kerrville Tivy at New Braunfels Canyon at Hays Fredericksburg at Season Team W L T PF PA APF APA NB 0 0 198 60 3 0 152 88 Lockhart430 93 129 Tivy 3 0 Fburg By GARY HALL Sports correspondent MARION The Pettus Eagles gained their first District 312A victory Friday night with a 90 decision over the Marion After an interception by Melvin Davis at the Marion 16yard Pettus Frank Castro kicked a 22yard field goal with left in the first half to put the Eagles up In the fourth following a Bulldog punt that netted 0 the Eagles needed only two plays for David Medina to score from the The extra point was Marion was kept deep in itsown territory as Pettus punter John Vasquez twice put the ball out at the Marion 1yard Medina and Davis paced the Eagle attack with 63 and 51 yards Tim Schnieder of the Bulldogs led all rushers with 78 Marion played without four backs because of Marion fell to 23 in 53 overall while Pettus improved to on the Southwest Clemens 14 Southwest tight end Dennis Ray threw a touchdown pass to Kevin Jennings with left in the game to give Southwest a victory over Clemens in a District North Zone The Buffa who fell to 21 in zone play and 35 on the led 146 at the half on the strength of a 42yard scoring pass from Bruce Rea to Raul Baptiste and a 51yard run by Rudy But ranked fifth in the city of San came back to make it 1412 in the third then scored the winning touchdown and added a twopoint Blackburn led all runners with 128 yards on 26 Hays 430 340 83 112 97 101 63 112 Tigers set up showdown Cole and Floresville set up this weeks showdown for the District 3A lead by grabbing and holding onto leads Friday The who have won six straight romped to a 297 halftime lead over Southside and held on for a 3631 while Floresville took a 120 advantage in the third quarter and held on to win 1245 over In the districts other game Smithson Valley and Bandera played to scoreless After three weeks of district Floresville and Cole have already clinched the playoff Both are whtfe thirdplace Bourne te Both teams have already beaten Ai Peon CockrdJ gained 195 yardj and scored three touchdowns for the wfco M W yerts After SouUiside took a 70 lead on 9 run by Bernie Cole scored 36 unanswered points to clinch tbe CockreU scored oo rujos of 21 and 10 while quarterback Tttn OHaver scored on a pair of sneaks for the In Richard Saldana gave the Tigers a 60 halftime lead on a oneyard and FJoresvilJe stretched it to 120 on a 25yard scoring pass from David Ximenez to Rex Wright in the third Boerne scored on a fiveyard run by Todd At Smithson the Ranger defense plus some crucial mistakes shut down stumbling the defending district District 27 3A Scoreboard On the air SUNPAV TELEVISION Running New Yoik 11 Noon Football Houston at Noon Football Atlanta al KENS Noon Baseball Wintei League 3 Football San Francisco at Los Angeles Baseball World Louis at Kansas if 6 Hockey Minnesota at MONDAY TELEVISION 8 Football San Diego at Los Angeles 9 Tennis Seiko World Super Tennis mens Tti County 5 Millet 4 Jimmys Garage 1 5 Womens C Gregs 0 1 Tonys Power Sweeping 3 Comal Pest 3 Browns 5 Jahnsen Electric 0 6 Softball Flag football New Braunfels Softball League Standings as of 23 Mans BB Team W Miller Lite Lukes Sport About Bud Light General Circus New Braunfels Flag Football League Team w U Miller 4 0 2 1 Jims Welding 1 2 Budmen o 4 Volleyball 0 0 0 0 District games W 1 2 2 xclinched plsyoff berth Last weeks Smithson Valley Bandera tie Floresville Boeme 6 Coif Southside wtCkf fumw Bandera at Boerne Cole at Floresville Smithson Valley at L T PF PA APF APA 73 28 SO 22 2 0 31 21 1 2 21 42 43 82 1 8 61 New Braunfels Volleyball League Standings as of Oct 24 CoRes Team w Comal Flower Shop 5 Ernests Gang 5 Julians Floor Serice 4 Hernandezs Rebel 4 Kruger Koyotes 4 Ubrados 3 Armstrong 1 4 General Portland 1 5 Miller Company 0 6 PlayjWs 0 6 Fville Cole W t T PF PA APF APA 7 1 Q 207 a 1 0 183 58 Southside 4 3 1 166 Boerne 360 70 W 83 105 2 3 2 87 68 Valley 61 Tfi 141 Gpldens 5 1 Row City Threads 5 1 5 1 Nature Alliance 3 3 2 4 Clajr Springs Catering 1 5 OBjesQrapflry 0 6 Ednas 6 0 Hannahs Restaurant 4 2 18 Lone Star 21 MensC Graruins BBQ 2 Tiger 7 12 8 Hollos 10 Ingram Ready 10 Texas 11 Texas 16 OLPH 17 MensD Harrys Larrys 6 6 Braunfels Sporting 8 First Baptist 8 Detex 10 Landa 12 Outdoor 14 Tree of 15 1 Runners 3 Miller Lite 4 Tiger 5 MultiFamily 9 Used Mobil 0 12 RRCRentate 1 Crossroads 3 Under Pass 3 3 7 Bateys 8 Coleman 9 Come toWhere the Guns Doc holds the Ruger 44 Rifle that Docs Guns is giving as grand prize in the HeraldZeitung Deer Contest this Deer Season Begins And Will You Be Ready Docs Guns will get you Ready REGULAR SEASON BEGINS 9 IN COMAL COUNTY ARCHERY SEASON IN PROGRESS Docs Guns 1111 Ask About our Layaway Plan BuySell REPAIRS Open fclH Guns Are Our Business 8   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