New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 10, 1985, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 10, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas NB sales start Wednesday Tickets for Saturday's New Braunfels Tomball football game at Spring Branch Stadium will be on sale Wednesday through Friday at the NBHS office. Seats are $6 for adults and $3 for students. Ticket sales will be 8 a.rn to 3 p.m. Wed nesday and Thursday and 8 a rn. to 1 p.m. on Friday. The stadium is just oft Interstate 10 on Dairy Ashford Road in western Houston. Hvrald-Zritunct Tuesday, December 10, 1980 Page BA Editor, Sherrill trade verbal darts, barbs COLLKGK STATION (Alo Standing behind an In vest leat Ive series alleging football recruiting violations at Texas AAM. the top man at the Dallas l imes Herald has challenged Head Coach Jackie Sherrill to a Ile detector duel University officials released a statement Monday say ing a Times Herald copyright series contained "numerous errors" and sources used by the newpaper had "axes to grind ” harry Tarlton, acting editor of the newspaper, replied that Sherrill has made allegations of a Stoa,non war chest which supposedly funded an effort "to get AAM " •Til be glad to take a lie detector test on that if Coach Sherrill will take a lie detector test," the editor said, ad ding that the AAM articles were part of a continuing scries of Investigations on Southwest Conference recruiting practices "Numerous errors have been found throughout the five Times Herald stories published Saturday through Mon day. and several of the errors were quite significant,' Sherrill said "In delving Into the voluminous material. we have found not only unquestionable errors, but also In stances of various shadesof the truth." The coach had scheduled a news conference today for what officials termed "one all encompassing media response" to the articles Hut on Monday, the news conference was cancelled "We have reconsidered, and decided to refrain from dignifying by further discussion the allegations said Tom Turblvllle, A&M's sports information director "We are not going beyond the statement," The newspaper series reported thai dozens of former Texas AfcM University football players have told of thousands of dollars, primarily from alumni, paid to top Aggie players In car deals, weekly allowances, performance payments, signing incentives and bonuses in viola! ion of N( 'AA recruit ing rules. Monday's statement by the university said "former AAM football players who alleged that they received money other than for some instances of selling tickets were dismissed from the team for various reasons or left under clouded conditions and thus had 'axes to grind’ and could be receptive to the paper's quest to get AAM "’ SV shreds Southwest By TOM LABINSKI Staff wrltar The Smithson Valley Express Jumped hack on track Monday night, steamrolling Southwest 71 ll at RangeretteGym Smithson Valley, loser of five of its last six games, put it all hack together for the game against the Lady Dragons, Coach Keith Sullivan said "That was as good as they have looked all year I enjoyed that one,’’ he said In the Itangerettes' last game, a :>'* 25 loss to Marble Falls. Smithson Valley scored eight points in the first half Against Southwest, the team erupted for ll first half points while the Rangerette defense never allow cd the Lady Dragons more than 12 points in a quarter "I could tell they were ready to play the moment that walked onto the floor You could Just see it," Sullivan said While Karen Albright and Tiffany Beene were not connecting on long Jumpers and driving layups. Shaiynn McCoy and Michelle llennigar were forcing turnovers off Smithson Statistics SOUTHWEST 1411 Sylvia Un ii (ta 0 00 0. Minty Bi (mom 10 12, Moniqua Sandia/ IOO?. Slimily Kootitar 7004 Kaian Kitten 6 ? ? I? Gum VwMuyft 0 00 0, S.imiIm Mililani I OO ?. Cathy HatkiM ? 0? 4 lo Ann Kin ktM 613 15 I mate 18 5 8 41 SMITHSON VAHEY f74| I .Mine Mullins ? ? 5 6. Sltalyoo Mi Coy ? ? 4 6. Khm'ii AlllaiqM IIH? ??. tiffany Beetle 81517, Annetta tetQuioii I O (I ?. Mn.tiHlo Mnnrugat 6 13 11. A It Ma Heath* od 1 I 3 3, Branned Manly I O 0 ?, Mary Rune ? 1 ? 6, Stvtnnon Kennel! 0 OO 0 Total* 33 8 74 74 Southwest    12    IO    11    8    41 Smithton Valley    72    19    16    17    74 filial foul* Southwest 71 Smithson Valley I? 11ailed out J Market JV senti}    Smrtfitoo Valley 6?, Southwest 35 Valley’s (nil court press Shaiynn and Michelle did a good Job on defense I Hunk they like beinfe rigid up there on defense," Sullivan said The Rangerettes caused 20 fur novels and forced Hic Lady Dragons into six traveling violations Albright lei! all scorers with 22 points, 14 in the first half, while Beene added 17 Also in double figures was llennigar with 11 points Jo Ann Hacker led Southwest with 15 points before fouling out midway through Hie fourth quarter Smithson Valley took eontiol of the game in the final minutes of the fit st quarter, stretching a HIH lead into a 22 12 advantage at tile end of the period. llennigar and Mary Bruce scored off the offensive hoards while Laurie Hughes sank two free throws A quick succession of baskets by Albright, llennigar and Brennan Hardy gave Smithson Valley lls IU point lead going into the second quarter The Rangerettes opened the quarter hitting five of their first seven shots to take a 32 16 lead Allhright accounted for eight second quarter points for Smithson Valley The Lady Dragons look Just nine field goal attempts in tho quarter, hitting five The Itangerettes led ii 22 at halftime Smithson Valley scored three tunes in the final minute of the third quarter, twice on long range jump shots by Allhright, to stretch its lead to 57 TI Smithson Valley. 4 4 on the season, will open the Marble Y alls tom ament on Thursday with a 5pm game against Burnet The Rangerettes will fire Marble Falls on Friday at ti Mi p.m . anet Liberty Hill on Saturday Glanville takes over Oilers HOUSTON (AP* Jerry Glanville put on the same tie t? wore to his wedding to accept the head coaching Job ith the Houston Oilers Now Glanville hopes to dress up the Oilers enough in ie remaining two games as Hugh f ampbcll s interim “placement to earn a permanent position next season "You think of becoming a head coach by hiring a staff nd then being the media darling for six months because ou haven’t lost a game yet," (Hartville said But that s ot the situation, so you just have to be tougher than the ituation ” Glanville. the Oilers' defensive coordinator for th** past two seasons, accepted the role of interim coach Monday after General Manager Ladd Her/.eg unhappy with the team s progress, fired Campbell Her/eg s announcement followed Sunday’s J5 14 loss to the New York Giants and climaxed a feud with Campbell that dated back to the end of last season Her/eg criticized the Oiler offense at the end of last season as being unimaginative and lacking excitement Sunday’s loss dropped Houston to a 5 9 record and assui ert the Oilers of their fifth consecutive losing season DFRYL CLARX MFRAIO 7EITUNG New Braunfels' Debbie Welty puts on defensive pressure during Monday's game Unicorns roll over Luling By DAVID KIND Sports editor Into every basketball schedule, a little Luling must fall In the third of four meetings with local teams this season, the Kagles humped and ground with the New Braunfels Unicorns Monday night And for the third time, the Fag!es lost, this time 47 JU Die Unicorns, who are 4 2. took charge of the game with a 7 2 burst to start the second quarter after leading ♦ 7 at the end of the first period "It takes us a while to get started." Unicorns Coach Patsy bavis said. "It takes a couple of times up and down the court they’re usually real tense lo start out ." Helping with the second quarter relaxation was sophomore Debbie Welty, who scored IO of her 12 points in the second quarter "That was one of her best ballgames, probably on the Junior varsity or the varsity," Davis said She s a pretty aggressive player ’’ New Braunfels needed some ag gross ion against the Kagles, who Statistics NEW BRAUNFELS (471 Suzanne Byrri* 7 0 1 14 Jan* Chain) I 7 4 4 KhIIi Davit IO??. Cotta Owl 0 00 0 lA/*ndy Do*»pp*n*c bm xii 0 03 0. Ro*ar>* Mol/ 1123. fmi Side* 10 12, Debt** Smith IOO?. Stavu* Smith 0 0 0 0. Month*! Woods 2 4 7 8, Debbie W*lty 4 44 I?, Knit* Wngh! 0 00 0 Total* IB ll 24 47    __ earned 22 fouls and had two players foul out After Luling tied the game at nine on an 18-footer by Kristi Wallace. Welty made a quick move to the in side and gave the Unicorns the lead for good on a short jump shot Teri Sides hit a 12 footer to make it Ut 9 and Heather Woods made one of two free throws to extend the lead Welty drove the baseline for another short shot, and Luling was never closer than five points again Meanwhile, New Braunfels’ three quarters-court press and zone defense were handcuffing the error prone Kagles We played real good defense tonight,” Davis said "We really I ULING (361 Bwretf 3 13/ Co* 0 u h <.,/,■ OOI hUmmmm 2 0 0 4. H it 'i'    '    //.,    <■    *,    ? 12. WmthrfHik    '    7 I of ah 16 bl* 36 Luling    7    13    b    IO    36 N«w Riaunltlt    9    16    ll    11    4 fnoted out    WwMbiook (*,,) . ••-    !    .».»■ I ubny 22 N*w Br«unh-ti. 17 JV tcoirt N*iw BitufibK 23 i tiling IS Freshman sr or*    I    ob rig    22    N< Rfuunfnl* 71 didn’t play that haft on offer either We Jus! couldn’t (xiv I for a while " Suzanne Byrne Nov. Hraunb leading scorer had hoi problem th** first half Sh* po -k«*d up I ti roo fouls and only two points bofore halftime But By mo cairn on to core 12 points in tho '•econ*! t dt to * id the team in scoring for th* fifth limo rn six games New Braunfels lod bv a many as 12 points in tho frond half as everyone on Hu* team go' to play The Unicorns inturn lo action Thursday, playing Jourdanton in tho Boerne tournament at ll ma rn ScoreboardSportsWorld On the air TUESDAY 6pm Basketball loo* vt louise') (SPN 8pm    Basketball Auburn vt Alabama turnnigh arn ESPN 8pm    Basketball Western Michigan vs DePaul WON WEDNESDAY 8pm Boning, ESPN I 7 Ohio Stat* 830 226 17 18 Florida Stat* 830 130 18 19 Oklahoma Stat* 830 112 19 20 Bowling Grean ll OO 74 dial Maryland 830 74 Local sports TUESDAY 4 p m Soccer Seguin at Ne w Braunfels 4 30 p rn Boys basketball New Braunl freshmen junior varsity, varsity at Alamo M«ybn 5pm Gwlf basketball ( any'.*) freshmen, junior varsity, varsity at Bo*i"* 5 pm Boys basketball Mays freshmen, junior varsity varsity at Smithton Valley 6 p m Boys basketball Automan junttrf varsity varsity at CanyonFootball top 20 Ny The Associated Prat.# The Top Twenty teams in Hie final regular season Associated Press cottage football pot! with first place votes in par ei ti eses season record, total points based on 20 19 18 I / 16 15 14 13 12 ll 1098 76 54 i 2 I and last week s ranking Record Pts Pvs 1 Penn State (45)    11    0 0    I 08b    I 2 Miami, Fie 12)    10    10    1 OOI    J 3 Oklahoma (5)    10    1 0    978    4 4 Iowa(2)    ’0    19    972    3 5 Michigan (11    9    1 I    886    1 6 Florida    »D    809    6 7 Nebraska    9    7 0    ;07    7 8 T ennessee    8    I 2    690    8 9 Brigham Young 11 20    633    9 lOAir Force    11    IO    661    IO 11 Texas ABM    9    2 0    556    11 12LSU........... 9    1 1    490    12 13 UCLA ......... 82 1    387    14 14. Arkansas    9    20    381    13 16 Alabama ....... 82 1    377    15 lf.Auburn .......... 830    277    16 Ot tiers receiving votes Georgia Tech 71. Baylor 21 Arizona 17, f*«as 16. Army 6 Georgia 6 Michigan Stale 4 Arizona State I West Virginia IBasketball top 20 By The Associated Press The Tap Twenty teams in the Associated p.ess' college* tiaskethal! poll with first place votes in parentheses total jxjints I rased on TO 19 181716    1514131711 IO 9 H 7 6 54 37 1 record through Dec 8 ami last week s ranking Record Pts Pvs 1 North Carolina 47i    6 0    1281    I 2 Michigan (I ll    6 0    1213    2 3 Duke 141    8 0    116?    3 4 Syracuse    SO    1100    4 5 Georgetown (11    4 0    956    6 Hie) Georgia Tech    4 1    956    5 7 Kansas    6 1    918    7 8 Oklahoma    6 0    777    8 9 Kentucky    50    774    9 10 Illinois    51    614    12 11 Louisiana State    6 0    613    ll I? Memphis State    5 0    595    13 13 Nev Las Vegas ......5 1    518    14 14 St John s    6 I    474    15 15 Louisville    3 2    311    16 16 Ala Birmingham    5 1    302    1 7 17 None Dam#    31    781    IO 18 Indiana    7 1    776    19 19 DePaul    3 0    113 20 Ohio State    5 0    85 Others leceiving votes    Iowa 82.    Auburn    32 Virginia Tech    31    Pittsburgh    78    Maryland    23 Bradley 19. Pepperdine 17, Virginia 17, Arizona State 15 New Mexico 15. Boston College 14 Alabama 13, Washington 12. Western Kentucky ll, Arkansas IO, Lamar IO, North Caroiina State 8, Minnesota 4. Temple 4, Clemson 2. Hou«on 2 Tennessee 2, Wisconsin 2, Xavier. Ohio 2, Georgia I, Michigan State I, Nebraska I Richmond I, Southern Methodist 1Rams rise up, rip 49ers SAN FRANCISCO (AP* The Los Angeles Rams are tired of being the worst good team in the National Football League Fresh from a *29 3 loss to New Orleans that ('oat h John Robinson t ailed the most shocking of my career," the Rams were about to lose the last glimmer of a four game lead they once held over San Francisco Then they rallied to smite Hie NFL champions 27 20 Monday night with twit touchdowns in the last 5 oh that clinched a playoff spot and all hut insured them of the NFC West championship "We came in here and everyone was telling us that the pitter patter of San Francisco’s lift lo lect had become thundering hooves Well, we stopped that,” said cornerback Gary (Been, who scored the game winner with 3:24 left when he grabbed a pass from Joe Montana that deflected off Carl Monroe’s hands and returned it 41 yards for a touchdownAP names All America team NEW YORK (AP» - Heisman Trophy winning tailback Bo Jackson of Auburn and Oklahoma nose guard Tony Casillas, the Lombardi Award recipient as the nation’s top lineman, have been named to the Associated Press All America team for the second time Jackson made it in 1983 hut missed a year ago when he was limited to six games because of a shoulder injury Besides Casillas, the other repeaters from 1984 are Illinois wide receiver David Williams and UCLA placekicker John Lee on offense and Oklahoma State tackle Leslie O’Neal, Iowa linebacker Larry Station and Arizona State defensive hack David Fulcher on defense The 1985 AP All-America team consist of 14 seniors, seven juniors and three sophomores Michigan State running hack I,orenzo White, Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth and Colorado punter Barry Helton Miami (Fla > tight end Willie Smith md W«** I Virginia offensive tackle Brian .Jo/.viak moved up from the second team a year ago a d*d Br .* a th — while defensive tackle Tim Ctr-en of Syracuse was on the third team in ibid The rest of the All America of fen*! vc flit coo gists of wide receiver Tim Met ice of Teem *«> of tensive tackle Jim Dombrowski <»f Virginia guards Jeff Bregel of Southern I alife:ilia and John Rienstra of Temple center Pete Ander on of Georgia and quarterback Chuck Lorn1 of Iowa Rounding out the defensive squad im* iceman Mike Hammerstein of Michigan linebackers Michael Brooks of USI arid Johnny Holland of Texas AAM and deep hacks Thomas Everett of Baylor and Mark Moore of Oklahoma date The AP All America team will be featured as usual on Sunday on the Boh Hope Christmas show (NBC TV, 8 pm , ('ST It will tie Hopes 47th Christmas special on . adio or televisionBrieflyGuys and Dolls tourney won with a 66 The foursome of A Jarchow, A Adams. G Ray and A Kriese won the Guys and Dolts golf tournament Thur sday with a score of (**> Jarchow was closest to the pill on hole No 12 Four teams tied for second with scores of 67. The team of E L Reid, J T Wood, K Manning and M Ray tied with the team of C Hansen, H Fitzgerald, J Dilly and F Stalinski The other two teams to tie were B Glubka, B Adkins B Butler and B Drummond and the team of B Meewes, A Lazarine, M Bayer and D Bayer The next Guys and Dolls tourna merit will lie Dee 19 Foursome takes three best ball The team of C Heiden, W Meewes, ll I-ee and B Adkins took the New Braunfels Golf Association’s three hest hall with handicap tournament on Saturday with a score of 192 The team of R Hansen. F Chapa W Chady and J Marony shot a 194 tying with the team of H Reeh, D Moreno. J Van Kleef and B Shef-man. In individual play, Heiden won the A Flight with a 61 while J Rice took the B Flight with a 66 D Miller won the C Flight with a 66 while Shefman took the 0 Flight with a score of 66. Heiden had the low gross with a score of 65 Van Kleef wins low net tournament Virgie Van Kleef won the A Flight of the Landa Ladies (Jolt Association’s Low Ne! tournament Wednesday Jeannette DHR took second Peggy Hopkins won the B Flight with Artene Jarchow and Addle Kriese tied for se cond ;

  • Addle Kriese
  • Ann Kin
  • Annetta Tetquioii
  • Artene Jarchow
  • Bo Jackson
  • Brennan Hardy
  • Brian Bosworth
  • Carl Monroe
  • David Fulcher
  • David Williams
  • Debbie Welty
  • H Fitzgerald
  • Heather Woods
  • Jackie Sherrill
  • Jeff Bregel
  • Jerry Glanville
  • Jim Dombrowski
  • Jo Ann Hacker
  • John Lee
  • John Rienstra
  • John Robinson
  • Johnny Holland
  • Karen Albright
  • Keith Sullivan
  • Lamar Io
  • Larry Station
  • Laurie Hughes
  • Mark Moore
  • Mary Bruce
  • Michael Brooks
  • Peggy Hopkins
  • Pete Ander
  • Suzanne Byrne
  • Suzanne Byrri
  • Teri Sides
  • Thomas Everett
  • Tom Labinski
  • Tom Turblvllle
  • Tony Casillas
  • Willie Smith

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 10, 1985

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