New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 12, 1985, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 12, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas How to get there Getting to Tully site of Saturdays game between New Braunfels and is Take Interstate 10 east from Seguin all the way through Katy to Spring Exit on DairyAshford Road and turn The stadium is visible from the Tickets will be at the but will be available for adults and students until 1 Friday at New Braunfels High Th u Special ttoraldZtltiiiti December Tomball aiming for return to state finals TtM UIINSKI Hall nrllar Since taking over at Coach Lynn Etheredge has turned the Cougars taking them to the brink of the state championship last This Tomball is looking to take that extra to become state Playing in the championship game was a thrill for the Etheredge but losing to Denison left a bitter tast in the teams Denison has already been eliminated from the playoff losing to Austin Westiake last but the Cougars are as determined as ever to keep their appoint ment in the state Denlsons losing doesnt affect us at We dont care who we play as long as we make it Right all we are concerned about is New Etheredge What concerns him the most about Satur days semifinal match with the undefeated Unicorns is New Braunfels size and Stephen New Braunfels has very good of fensively and They have a good strong offensive line and a fine Etheredge they are Just good and he The Unicorns do not corner the market on zero as Tomballs 130 record will at Just a look at the final scores to figure out that Tomball Is one of the If not the 4A teams In the Tombajl has outscored Its opponents 505 78 this The score of an average Cougar game Is an amazing This from a team which lost eight starters from Its secondranked team We replaced a bunch of starters this We did not think that we would could go this Etheredge Most of the slack was taken up defensive he by ends Mitch Martin Jim Tllley tackle Bubba Menvllle 200 and linebacker Keith Hardwlck Our defense has come along and 1m i proved They are quick and have done a good Job In glvng our offense the he The Cougars have not forced as many turnovers as they did last but the eight fumble recoveries and 24 Intercep tions Is enough to keep most offenses The busiest of the Tomball players has been left halfback Bubba who has accounted for an amazing yards In his four years at the senior has rushed for more than Hes not a very big kid and has fair but he Is Etheredge Bolstering the running attack is the other Lewis who Is just shy of a thousand yards with And to keep opposing defenses from key Ing on the running game is quarterback Lance who has passed for The Cougars will pass about 30 percent of the Etheredge but Pavlas has been very effective in making the most of his Etheredge has a 5171 record at Tomball since taking over in 1981 after a oneyear stint at Texas The only thing that will satisfy the Cougars in is win numer and the state David King Unicorns Tension takes a holiday Mike the oneman wind had an intent look on his face as he listened to the A maybe A fan A groupie Two Sullivan repeating what he Thirty three Hey the lady on the phone says that football practice is highly discouraged Coach Tim Kingsbury that lady on the telephone never played It was that kind of a day at the New Braunfels field Head Coach Jim Streety was in with another talking with his hands and looking like Jackie Sher rill in his coordinated Stephen Millett grinned for the time when someone called him as in Tony Dorsett or as in Robert from the mangled pronunciation at Alamo Stadium last Wide receiverkicker Leon Sneed wanted to know when the interviewers were coming to see No hypnotists for relaxation need ed No isolation no no soothing Youd think the Unicorns were playing Texas State School for One Legged Orphans instead of the team that started the season ranked 1 and did nothing but get Tomball has had teams taking downers all The Cougars pounded ran up the ran up the They won by an average of 33 points a They beat Bay City that Bay of 476 fame 280 a week But the Unicorns are And not There are only four teams left playing Class 4A football this Just making it this far is a seasons Its more than This team is convinced that with the right kind of it can win the Its got con the breakfast of Even the coaches are What do I know about defense Kingsbury said when asked about this weeks I tell em to tackle everybody with the ball ex cept the guy in the striped New Braunfels defenders sandwich a Calallen ballcarrier during last weeks playoff game NB defense on quest for big effort MVIB KINS editor The Crusaders had the Holy Jason had the Golden Cabeza de Vaca had the Seven Cities of New Braunfels defense has its quest this Find 22 in the redandwhite find him and dont let him run more than five yards before knocking him Twentytwo belongs to Tomballs Bubba the 160pound tailback who this season topped yards rushing in his high school Greeley and the Cougars face New Braunfels Saturday at in the state semifinals in Spring The number one thing this week is that we cant give up the big said Tim New Braunfels defensive We have to make them go 80 yards to Gamebygame New Brauntels 21 Opponent Austin Seguin Alamo Schertz 20 34 19 45 28 27 Calallen 369 Kerrville Tivy 0 Fredericksburg 8 Hays 16 yvalde 14 GregoryPortland 21 10 129 Tomball 48 Terry Caney 42 Opponent Oak 0 27 42 7 Arthur 0 78 Tomball is the best offensive team the Unicorns will see this with allstate candidate Lance Pavlas at quarterback and a set of strong linemen up But keeping Greeley from getting outside is the key to the Kingsbury Youve got to get ahold of him and hang Kingsbury He doesnt like to run in a Kingsbury compared Greeley to the Clemens tailback who played for Southwest Texas last Hes a real smooth he He looks like he has pretty good speed in Im sure he Hes not like a power But he has great and hes real Stopping Greeley will be like stopping a sports car with a 2by4 you cant do it with one but you might be able to ever Weve got to run to the football like weve never run Kingsbury If we run to the football like I know we I feel we have a shot to stop If the Unicorns can stack up the line play after the explosive Cougars might get a little antsy which is Just what Kingsbury If we can make them go four or five yards a they might get impatient and make he New Braunfels defense has done that the last two making teams work hard for It means giving up some but the philosophy has worked so Local players named allacademic Five players from New Braunfels and one from Canyon have been named to the first District 134A allacademic football Players with a 90 or higher average for the 1985 semester were eligible for the which was released this New Braunfels players named to the team were junior quarterback Alan junior receiver Tim junior linebacker Paul senior tight end Kirk Norton and junior lineman Mark Canyons representative was linebacker Ken D1 He is a Nine players from Fredericksburg led the teamThey were Todd Drew Mickey Mark Hart Tim Rjychard Mark Darrell Players from Lockhart were Paul Richard ClevelandColeman and Matt Hays players selected were JeB Tommy Brad KaeUber and Barry Har Hayden Johnson was named from Kerry We The football academic teaw follows of the girls basketball and yoUeyoall naming aU academic squads last Dealin time Baseball meetings heat up with multiple trades SAN DIEGO AP Baseballs 1985 winter predicted to be a slow time for keep speeding Just ask John Manny Trillo or Gary Those players highlighted six more deals made Wednesday that boosted the trade total to mat ching the numbefof swaps made during the entire 1984 annual Im delighted to be with the a former Cy Young Award said after Philadelphia sent him and a minor leaguer tp the Reds for speedy outfielder Gary Redus and relief pitcher Tom Hume In the biggest deal of the The brisk trading far overshadowed the planned Commissioner Peter Ueberroths meeting with team NQ new developments regarding expansion and tine drug situation or the use of the designated hitter in the World Series emerged after the sixhour The owners did unanimously approve the sale of the Pittsburgh Pirates to a grow of local The New York the most active team at last made two deals ac quiring Gary Roenicke and a player to be named later from Baltimore for pitcher Rich Bordi and second baseman Rex and getting utility infielder Mike Fischlin from Cleveland for another player to be named While the owners were talking several general managers were trading The New York the most active team at last years made two deals acquiring Roenieke and a player to be named later from Baltimore tor pitcher Rich Bordi and second baseman Rex and getting utility infielder Mike Fischlin from Cleveland for another player to be named The Los Angeles who missed a chance to get Rickey Henderson last year and wound up not making any deals during those made two trades Los Angeles filled a big void by getting left handed reliever Ed Vande Berg from Seattle for veteran catcher Steve and filled Yeagers spot as a backup by obtaining Alex Trevino from San Francisco for outfielder Candy San Francisco made the other deal of the sending fourtime AilStar second baseman Man ny Trillo to the Chicago Cubs for utility infielder Dave The Giants also spent part of the day working on a major trade that would have sent outfielder Chili Davis to the World Series champion Kansas City Royals for pitcher Mark outfielder Pat Sheridan and a highly touted pitching In 22 players have been traded so far during the compared to 25 last ;