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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                SAN ANTONIO Spurs fall in fourth 9A October Page BA NB wants history repeat By DAVID KINQ Sports editor History is on New Braunfels side this week against Kerrville In the Unicorns lost their starting quarterback the seventh week of the season and responded by winning their last three games by shutouts and finishing in a threeway tie for first In New Braunfels lost its fullback and tailback in the same game and went on to win the game and reach the state Every time weve found ourselves in a situation like our players have New Braunfels Coach Jim Streety I dont see any reason for that to New Braunfels latest chance to respond to a big injury quarterback Victor Sierras broken collarbone is this when the Unicorns meet the Antlers Friday at 8 at Unicorn Junior Alan who filled in for Sierra last will get his first start at Were getting Alan as much work as we Streety And hes really looked good almost like hes getting a lot of Matneys practice time with the first unit had been limited this but despite his inex New Braunfels wont change its of fensive approach against the The only difference I can see is that we might be a little more Streety But we havent altered our and well do what weve been What New Braunfels has been doing and doing effectively is mixing inside and outside running with a ballcontrol passing This weeks inside game will be led by fullback Stephen who ran well last week in the two quarters he played Stephen Millett will get his combination of inside and outside and Matney will look for the quick passes to take advantage of a Tivy defense that often blitzes all four One real big key is if the offensive line con tinues to come around the way it has Streety The first half the other night against Canyon and against they were pretty Weve got to get that kind of movement off the Weve also got to keep them from penetrating If we can keep them from wj feel like we have a chance to make a big play the same way that they do when they send New Braunfels defense faces a wishbone Starters DERYL Victor before last weeks injury attack with a 225pound fullback in Pat Hall and three good runners in quarterback Britt Leissner and halfbacks Philip White and either Alfonso Lopez or Thirmon who also is Tivys backup quar scored the winning touchdown last week against The key is for us to be able to do something on Streety The last three weve been able to get the offense and the defense really hasnt been pressured too much early in the Tivy applied that kind of pressure last taking advantage of seven Fredericksburg turnovers for a 1714 upset Aside from New Braunfels only other 1 injury is defensive tackle Dicky Ortegas sprained Ortega may or may not play but if he then Mike Sullivan and Eric Rivers will simply increass their time on Bobby Douglas may also fill in as New Braunfels may be in for as big a surprise as it got the third week of the season at when the Apaches changes offenses and defenses Ht 171 11 Stephen 186 12 184 11 Stephen Hani 173 12 Kevin 155 11 Craig Compton 145 11 153 11 Barry 155 12 226 11 Mike Sullivan 12 Eric 210 12 Larry 222 12 195 11 Damon 194 12 Mike 255 12 Eric 210 12 Keith 197 12 Kevin 210 12 Damon 194 12 174 12 BrettStahl 195 11 Claude 156 12 Barry 155 12 Kevin Walker 155 11 Stephen 173 12 KtwvffleTIvy Offense Ptayer 175 12 Hall 225 12 150 12 155 12 140 11 TE McGlnnis 180 12 210 12 RG Grothues 190 12 C Lanlng 175 12 185 It 185 11 Defence Player 185 11 205 10 185 11 205 11 11 Lopez 150 12 12 Garcia Dimery 205 12 150 12 150 10 Philip 150 12 the week of the Tivy scrapped its wish bone for the I and replaced Leissner with Dimery at quarterback to last weeks game at But the Antlers returned to the wishbone later in the Italys plan simple allow no points ITALY AP The Italy High School football team has devised a but highly effective strategy for The Gladiators dont allow their opponents to Not at Whats no team has even pushed inside Italys 20yardline The closest thing to a score was when Frost recovered a fumble at the Italy 25 last but couldnt move and then missed a field goal In eight Italy has outscored its op ponents 3610 while running its record to 80 and rising to 4 among Class 1A schools statewide in the Associated Press high school football Shutting out everyone is a goal we set at the beginning of the but you never realistically believe it will head football coach Willie Roten As sterling as the string of eight shutouts the offense is The 361 points is the highest total of any team in North Texas this The next closest is a Class 4A which Shutting out everyone is a goal we set at the beginning of the but you never realistically believe it will Italy Coach Roten has 305 Theres no jealousy at Italy among offensive starters about publicity the defense or vice Thats because when you talk about the youre also talking about the At as with most other schools in Class most players end up playing both offense and Bight of our offensive starters are also starters on Roten Of 22 varsity 13 are seniors and have played together since elementary The averaging almost 200 is very large for a Class A Much of Italys success on offense this season can be attributed to the field position it enjoyed because of the stingy Roten Its kind of been a situation where they defense played well and the offense hadnt had to go very a lot of Roten Quarterback Kyle Holley directs the Italy of but the emphasis has been on a ground game spearheaded by fullback Steve Copeland and two players who have alternated at Charles Davis and Clint Italy opened the season with a 340 victory over Whitney and followed by beating Itasca Grandview Cayuga Trinidad Cross Roads ScurryRosser 440 and Frost The state and national record for shutouts in a season is 14 by Class 3A Daingerfield in Cougars look for spark By DAVID KING editor That great alarm clock in the sky needs to go off this week right above the Canyon I dont think we have stretched ourselves to the limit yet this Canyon Coach Troy Burch said Wednesday before the teams workout for this weeks op If we ever hit our potential one it may be pretty bad for the team on the other side of the Friday at ft at Rebel Stadium would be a good time for the Cougars to wake up and glue everything Canyon is M in District 134A doting between a run for the playoffs and a slide to fourth The despite the absence of quarterback Danny Hernandez and halfback Danny Rodriguez both out with had are in charge of their Our most pressing the biggest thing we is coming together a Burch J taow its to the season to still be Mgtag but when we reaJJy never Starters 145 11 Canyon QB Kody Smith 610 6fi 160 11 190 12 170 12 160 12 130 11 190 12 198 12 198 12 170 12 176 12 186 11 Wt 186 11 190 12 190 11 198 12 176 11 190 12 176 11 160 12 160 12 166 QB Jaff Lehman 611 69 64 57 611 69 60 61 611 611 610 61 610 60 64 64 64 64 64 M 94 161 186 147 169 190 140 189 219 186 226 196 219 190 188 207 1M 161 147 124 133 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 11 11 12 Salaiar FB LH RH SE Scott Wagner Wade Jsnkowski Brad Campbell Scon Smith HB Grizzle Allan Adair Covay Martinez Scon Salman Jimmy Alprado Brad White TE RT RG Alton Ellil C Mark C LG LT Heymenn Chrii Brown W T Martinez Kyle Horton Ted Fleener NG PT Jimmy Albiado Kyle Horton Defense OE DE DT Ken DAllonto Scott Wagner Chrii 62 610 OLB Scptt Salman DT Alton IL8 Richard Splller Dirran MUla OL8 Hal Barrix OLB MLB Bobby Reed Brian Holt 610 eo Galen QrUzJe Man ws Ben 5 ss Albert NoUl Jot Caitlllo 08 Kovin Mlrtlntf This team has good but they need to put it all together in a team if they weU be hard to So Wggest difficulty this is pullijas Hays Is another Despite their 02 record in diltrict the Rebels have played fairly weliln to Fre4erickihurg ajod Our icouii thought they had both under and they let it get Burch In both the Rebels con trolled the ball with their wishbone using the triple option as well as a series of plays where the quarterback fakes inside to the fullback and gives to one of the going the opposite Fullback Gene Salaiar 185 Hays main ballcarrier in the iniide with Michael Grizzle 147 and Allan Adair carrying the outside All three are returning Theyll run all day if you let them make three and four yard crack at Burch They pass the ball very But they might air it out against because people to have had fame tucceii doing that againf t Canyon wont ewctly iir it out againjt not without radaraccurate throwing the but the Cwigaw wUU try to UM toe PAM to defence off nnnrtafhank ICndv WPP The CoMfan lijo will Cards have shock for SV ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer The Southside Cardinals are the football equivalent of a toy jackIn the Even though you know the offense will when it does its still a The Cardinals host Smithson Valley Friday night in a District 27 3A and Ranger Coach Stan Irvine said Southsides un predictability makes the Cardinals a hard team to What makes them so dangerous is that there is no rule of thumb about the way they A trick play to some people is their bread and Irvine Everytime you play it comes as a he Leading the Cardinal offense is quarterback David owner of the strongest arm in the Flores is just He started for them last year and did a good and hes having an even better year this Irvine Complimenting Flores are a number of any one of whom act as primary targets for the quarterbacks Seniors Tim Higgins and Jeff Guajardo serve as the teams split while running backs Mark Bernie Gamboa and Alex Trevino are all threats coming out of the They have the most explosive passing attack of anybody weve Irvine If they have the ball firstandgoal at the theyd just as soon pass the and it works the same way if they are stuck back at their own Irvine said Southside is coming off its worst game of the season in a 3621 loss to Cole last In that they had almost as many rushing yards as so their running game isnt that bad And they still scored 21 points against a good football he Compounding the Cardinals ex plosivensess is a liberal philosophy that would make Ted Kennedy They do a lot of unorthodox things that Theyll do a lot of things that most coaches are afraid of trying unbalanced setting strongside one down and weakside the They are definitely not a conservative Irvine The Cardinals are not a big football team either Smithson Valley outmatches them in terms of size but Southside is dangerously he Their front line is not but they are not as big as a lot of the teams we have But their pass blocking is as good as anybodys weve mainly due to their quickness and Irvine the Cardinals line up the same unpredicatble They dont have the manpower to sit in there and but they do a lot of stunting and a lot of moving Starters Smithson Valley Offense Player QB RT Diron Wunderlich60 Defense Player Diron T Mockert E Lozano OLB Mosler CB Irvine Southside Offense Player QB David FB Gamboa RHB Mark Wander LHB Trevino RTRoland Villogrand Stallcup Garcia Defense Player Casey RT David Rlmirez LE Bernie Gamboa ILB Wander OLB Trevino Ochoa 59 510 510 59 511 59 60 511 60 60 511 165 12 200 11 240 11 165 12 145 12 215 12 185 12 185 12 185 12 190 12 196 12 215 12 185 12 200 12 196 12 155 12 160 12 190 12 170 11 165 12 155 12 200 11 170 12 190 12 170 11 165 12 180 12 160 12 190 11 195 11 195 12 205 11 195 11 60 190 12 80 196 12 610 190 12 60 190 12 510 180 11 60 205 11 510 170 11 59 165 12 510 160 12 511 170 12 511 180 12 around to keep you Irvine Even if the Rangers turn in the same defensive effort they had in last weeks 00 tie with defending champions Smithson Valley will not be able to keep Southside from Irvine We can play just like we did last and they will still score two We just have to see if we cant score he To bolster the fullback Bruce Letbetter will see his first offensive action of the season since a knee injury in the Rangers first scrim mage of the We started him out slowly by just playing him on but he did such a tremendous job last were not afraid to play him on of Irvine Southside has beaten Smithson Valley in its last two and Irvine said this years Cardinal team will make it hard to snap that No matter how much talent they have on or what goes wrong because of injuries or Southside always fields a very competitive We better be ready to he Canyons Todd Banks cuts upfield   

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