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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas NB salts start Wednesday tor Saturdays New Braurifels Toffiball football game at Spring Branch Stadium will be on sale Wednesday throuah Friday at the MBHS Seats are for adults and for Ticket sales will be 8 to 3 Wed nesday and Thursday and 8 to 1 on The stadium Is just off Interstate 10 on DalryAshford Road In western Sports tteraldZtlttiitg December Page5A Sherrill trpde verbal barbs COLLEOK STATION AIM standing behind an In vcsttgntlve series nllcRlng footlwill recruiting violations at Texas the top man at tho Dallas Times Herald has challenged Head Coach Jackie Sherrill to a lie detector University officials released a statement Monday say Ing a Times Herald copyright series contained numerous errors and sources used hy the newpaper had axes to Larry acting editor of the replied that Sherrill has made allegations of a war chest which supposedly funded an effort to get Ill be glad to lake a lie deteclor test on that If Conch Sherrill will take a lie detector the editor ad ding that the articles were part of a continuing scries of Investigations on Southwest Conference recruiting Numerous errors have been found throughout the five Times Herald stories published Saturday through Mon and several of the errors were quite Sherrill In delving Into the voluminous we have found not only unquestionable but also In stances of various shades of the The coach had scheduled a news conference today for what officials termed one allencompassing media response to the on the news con ference was We have and decided to refrain from dignifying by discussion the allegations said Tom sports information We arc not going beyond the The newspaper scries reported that dozens of former Texas University football players have told of thousands of dollars primarily from paid to top Aggie players In car weekly per formance signing Incentives and bonuses In violation of NCAA recruiting Mondays statement by the university said former football players who alleged that they received money other than tar some instances of selling tickets were dismissed frbm the team for various reasons or left under clouded conditions and thus had axes to grind and could be receptive to the papers quest to get SV shreds Southwest Stall writer The Smithson Valley Express jumped back on track Monday stcamrolllng Southwest 7411 at Smithson loser of five of Its last six put It all back together for the game against the Lady Coach Keith Sullivan That was as good as they have looked all I enjoyed that he In the Hangercttcs last a 25 loss to Marble Smithson Valley scored eight points In the first Against team erupted for 41 firsthalf points while the Rangerctte defense never allow ed the Lady Dragons more than 12 points In a I could tell they were ready to play the moment walked onto the You could just see Sullivan While Karen Allbrlght and Tiffany Beene were not connecting on long jumpers and driving Shalynn McCoy and Michelle Hcnnigar were forcing turnovers off Smithson Statistics SOUTHWESTI41 Sylvia Dunlin Misty Brnnnm 1 00 Knolilm 00 Killmi D 2 Gimi Vmsiuyfi 0 D 0 Siindtn niihum 1 I 0 Ciuliy IliiLkcM 2 0 Jo Aim Kockoi 0 3 3 Totnln SMITHSON VALLEY 71 Htujlum Shulyii McCoy Knioii 1102 Iillony Dnuno Aimoltn rorgusori I MidiflllaHoiifiiflar 0 13 Alissn Drunnnn Hiiitly 1 0 0 Mury Biuco 2 1 2 Shniumn Kcmnull 10 11 8 41 Smithoon Vnlloy 19 10 17 74 Tolnl fouls Souihwnm Smillmrm Vnlloy rmilmluut scxjiu Sniillisoii Soulliwnsi Valleys fullcourt Shalynn arid Michelle did a good job on I think they like being right up there on Sullivan The llangcrettes caused 20 tur novers and forced the Lady Dragons into six traveling led all scorers with 22 14 in the first while Beene added Also In double figures was Hcnnigar with 11 Jo Ann Hacker led Southwest with 15 points before fouling out midway through the fourth I Smithson Valley took control of the gome in the final minutes of the first stretching a 10JI lead Into a 2212 advantage at the end of the I Hcnnigar and Mary Bruce scored ojff the offensive boards while Laurie Hughes sank two free A quick succession of baskets by Hennigar and ttronnan Hardy gave Smilhson Valley its 10 point lead going into the srrond opened the quarter hitting five of their first seven shots to take a Albright accounted for eight second quarter points for Smithson IThe Lady Dragons took just nine field goal attempts In the hitting The Rangerettes led Smithson Valley scored three times in the final minute of tho third twice on longrange jump shots by to stretch its lead to i Smithson 44 on the Will open the Marble Falls touramcnt oh Thursday with a 5 game against The Rangerettes will Marble Falls on Friday at and Liberty Mill on 2EITUNG New Braunfels Debbie Welty puts on defensive pressure during Mondays game Unicorns roll over Luling Glanville takes over Jilers HOUSTON AP Jerry Glanville put on the same tie he wore to his wedding to accept the head coaching job with the Houston Now Glanville hopes to dress up the Oilers enough in the remaining two games as Hugh Campbells interim replacement to earn a permanent position next You think of becoming a head coach by hiring a staff and then being the media darling for six months because you havent lost a game Glanville But thats not the so you just have to be tougher than the the Oilers defensive coordinator for the past two accepted the role of interim coach Monday after General Manager Ladd unhappy with the teams fired announcement followed Sundays U514 loss to the New York Giants and climaxed a feud with Campbell that dated back to the end of last criticized the Oiler offense at the end of last season as being unimaginative and lacking Sundays loss dropped Houston to a record and assured the Oilers oftheir fifth consecutive losing By DAVID KING Into every basketball a little Luling must In the third of four meetings with local teams this the Eagles bumped and ground with the New Braunfels Unicorns Monday And for the third the Ragles this time The who arc took charge of the game with a 72 burst to start the second quarter after leading 97 at the end of the first It takes us a while to get Unicorns Coach Patsy Davis It takes a couple of times up and down the court theyre usually real tense to start Helping with the secondquarter relaxation was sophomore Debbie who scored 10 of her 12 points in the second That was one of her best probably on the junior varsity or the Davis Shes a pretty aggressive New Braunfels needed some ag gression against the who Statistics NEW BRAUNFELS 47 Bymn 7 01 Jiinn Chafin 1 24 Kolli Davis 1 02 Cfisla Does 0 00 Wendy DooppenBchmkJt 0 03 Roxane Holi 1 Tori Sides Debbie Smith 1 00 Slovie Smith 0 00 Hoathcr Woods 2 47 Debbie Welly 444 Kiisla Wright 0 00 Totals 18 LULING 361 Owrfttl 0 i fj I I j H HoiiiTiiinn y 1 I 1 otiil lr 6 1 i 3i fc 10 New BrnuntulB 16 1 11 Fouled Out Luling 1 JV score New I ulirig FroBhman Lutinc Ni A 21 earned 22 fouls and had two players foul After Luling tied the game at nine on an Illfooter by Krlstl Welly made a quick move to the in side and gave the Unicorns the lead for good on a short jump Tcri Sides hit a 12footer to make it 139 and Heather Woods made one of two free throws to extend the Welty drove the baseline for another short and Luling was never closer than five points New Braunfels three quarterscourt press and zone defense were handcuffing the error prone We played real good defense Davis We really didnt play lhal bail on We jusl couldnt buy fora a ll Suzanne HiumfN leading had her pmhicmv in the first She picked up three fouls and only two points before But Byrne came on to score points in the second hail to leid the team in scoring for the tilth lime in six New Braunfels led by as ttiany as 12 points in the second half as everyone on the learn fo lo The Unicorns return to action playing in the Boerne tournament at II Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY 6 Basketball lona 8 Basketball Auburn Alabama 8 Basketball Western Michigan WEDNESDAY Local sports TUESDAY 4 Soccer Seguin at New Boys basketball New Braunfels junior varsity at Alamo Heighis 5 Girls basketball Canyon junior varsity at 5 Boys basketball Hays junior varsity at Smithson 6 Boys basketball Antonian junior varsity at Football top 20 Ttw Preus The Top Twenty teams in the final regular season Associated Press college football With firstplace votes in season total points based on 201918 17 16 15 14131211 109876 54321 and last weeks ranking Record Pts Pvs LPenn State 1 2 978 4 973 3 886 5 6 707 7 690 8 1120 633 9 1M0 561 10 920 556 11 911 490 12 821 387 14 381 13 377 15 SportsWorld 226 17 State 130 18 112 19 20 Bowling 74 Hie 74 Oihers receiving voles Georgia Tech Bayloi Arizona Texas Aimy Georgia Michigan Stale Aiizona Stale West Virginia 1 Basketball top 20 By The Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in ihe Associated Piess college basketball with fiist place votes in total points based on 2019 181716 1514131211 109876 recoid through 8 and last weeks tanking Record Pts Pvs 1281 1 1213 2 1162 3 1100 4 956 6 tie Georgia 956 5 918 7 777 8 774 9 614 12 613 11 595 13 las 518 14 474 15 311 302 17 281 10 226 19 113 85 Others receiving votes Iowa Auburn Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Maryland Bradley Pepperdine Virginia Arizona State New Mexico Boston College Alabama Washington Western Kentucky Arkansas Lamar North Carolina Slate Minnesota Temple Clemson Houston Tennessee Wisconsin Ohio Georgia Michigan State Nebraska Richmond Southern Methodist Rams rise rip 49ers SAN FRANCISCO AP The Los Angeles Rams are tired of being the worst good team in the National Football Fresh from a 29Ii loss to New Orleans that Coach John Robinson called the most shocking of my the Rams were about to lose the last glimmer of a fourgame lead they once held over San Then they rallied to smite the NFL champions 2720 Monday night with two touchdowns in the last that clinched a playoff spot and all but in sured them of the NFC West We came in here and everyone was telling us that the pitterpatter of San Franciscos little feet Had become thundering we stopped said cornerback Gary who scored the gamewinner with left when he grabbed a pass from Joe Montana that deflected off Carl Monroes hands and returned it 41 yards for a AP names AllAmerica team NEW YORK AP Heisman Trophywinning tailback Bo Jackson of Auburn and Oklahoma nose guard Tony the Lombard Award recipient as the nations top have been named to the Associated Press AllAmerica team for the second Jackson made it in 1983 but missed a year ago when he was limited to six games because of a shoulder Besides the other repeaters from 1984 are Illinois wide receiver David Williams and UCLA placekicker John Lee on offense and Oklahoma State tackle Leslie Iowa linebacker Larry Station and Arizona State defensive back David Fulcher on The 1985 AP AllAmerica team consist of 14 seven juniors and three sophomores Michigan State running back Lorenzo Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth and Col orado punter Barry Miami tight end Willie Smith and West Virginia offensive tackle Brian Jozwiak moved up from the second team a year ago as did Hoswor th while defensive tackle Tim Green of Syracuse was on the third team in The rest of the AllAmerica offensive unit con sists of wide receiver Tim McGcc of of fensive tackle Jim Dombrowski guards Jeff Brege of Southern California and John Rienstra of center Pete Anderson of Georgia and quarterback Chuck Long of Rounding out the defensive squad are lineman Mike Hammerstein of linebackers Michael Brooks of LSI and Johnny Holland of Texas and deep backs Thomas Kverett of Baylor and Mark Moore of Oklahoma State The AP AllAmerica team will be as on Sunday on the Bob Hope Christmas Show 8 It will be Hopes 47th Christmas special on radio or television Briefly Guys and Dolls tourney yvon with a 66 The foursome of Ray and Kriese won the Guys and Dolls golf tournament Thursday with a score of Jarchow was closest to the pin on hole j Four teams tied for second with of The team of Manning and Ray tied with the team of Dilly and The other two teams to tie were Butler and Drummond and the team of Bayer and The next Guys and Dolls tourna ment will be Foursome takes three best ball The team of Lee and Adkins took the New Braunfels Golf Associations three best ball with handicap tournament on Saturday with a score of The team of Chady and Marony shot a tying with the team of Van Kleef and Shef In individual Heiden won the A Flight with a 61 while Rice took the B Flight with a Miller won the C Flight with a 66 while took the D Flight with a score of Heiden had the low gross with a score of Van Kleef wins low net tournament Virgie Van Kleef won the A Flight of the Landa Ladies Golf Associa tions Low Net tournament Wednes Jeannette Dilly took Peggy Hopkins won the B Flight with Arlene Jarchow and Addie Kriese tied for se
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