New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 20, 1985, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 20, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Coming Sunday The 1985 AllCorhal County Dream Football Team will be announced in Sun days The composed Of players from the three local was selected by the sports Sports HeraldZfltung December 8A Lanier funs by Unicorns istaff writer Austin Laniers runandgun of fense may have been fun to but New Braunfels girls basketball boach Patsy Davis said her team Was too caught up in the spectator mode against the Lady Lanier raced and rebounded its way to a 5836 victory over the jjnicorhs Thursday night in a first round game of the Canyon Classic at Cougar Mainly we just stood around and We just stood around and didnt block out and they are real We are just not used to playing people like Davis New Braunfels played the 265A Lady Viks tight in the first but Lanier outscored New Braunfels 27 in the second quarter for a 4018 halftime The Unicorns hit 60 percent of its first half but took only 10 field goal attempts in the first two Lanier hit less than 50 percent of its but the Lady Viks domination of the boards gave them three to four chances at a I think we learned a lot If we had blocked out we would have stayed We stayed with them in the first Davis Suzanne Brynes 13 points led New Krista Wright added eight points for the Unicorns before fouling out in the fourth Lanier led 60 when Wright sank a free throw and fed two inside passes for easy baskets by Bryne and Heaher Wrights shot from the top of the key gave the Unicorns their only lead of the game at 76 with left in the Krista had a pretty good She is quite a hustler and ran real hard Davis Two quick baskets gave the lead back to the Lady Lanier finish ed the quarter with six unanswered for an 1811 Statistics LANIER 58 Teressa Cobble 2 23 Yolanda Easley 4 02 Yvette Campbell 7 24 Liz Fennell 0 00 Tammie Tilghman 3 00 Lois Schultz 2 01 Sheila Colyin 001 Carrie Cass Shelley Yates 0 22 Kathryn Burkhalter 3 00 Totals NEW BRAUNFELS 138 Susanne Biyne 4 58 Jana Chafin 1 00 Kelli Davis 0 00 Crista Dees 0 00 Wendy Doeppenschmidt 0 00 Roxane Holz 1 Debbie Smith 0 22 Debbie Welty 2 00 Heather Woods 2 02 Krista Wright 2 46 Totals 12 12 23 36 22 10 858 New 7 6 1236 Total touls Laciiei New Braunfels Fouled out NB outguns San Marcos LESLIE New Braunfels Tim Galloway chases down the ball during Thursdays game SUflwrlltr I New Braunfels quickpassing of fense was held without a score Thurs but when opportunities presented the Unicorn soccer team was nearly New Braunfels scored three first half goals on longrange kicks as the Unicorns bested San Marcos another firstyear team 41 at the Middle School The Unicorns controlled offense dominated the but after some superb ballhandling and New Braunfels could not push the ball into the Rattler Instead the Unicorns relied on blasts from Jeff Tim Leonard Legs Lagunas and Travis Thrift to upend San Mar I dont think we ran our offense as well as 1 would have but we took advantage of the opportunities we and Im pleased with said New Braunfels Coach Chas Bryans kick from 30 yards sailed past the San Marcos giving the Unicorns the lead four and a half minutes into the Galloways unchallenged shot from 35 yards out was deflected by the but not enough to keep the ball out of the net midway through the The Rattlers made the score 2110 minutes later when a halfback scored from long New Braunfels regained Its two goal lead a minute before the half ended when Lagunas found himself alone with the ball 20 yards His rightfooted kick curved away from the goalie and into the The Unicorns capped the scoring 13 minutes into the second half when Thrift made a steal at midfield and quickly kicked a line drive into the Rattler We had some really strong kick ing Schaner Our defense did a good job of keeping the pressure of our Keith Pehl had a real strong game on Gerardo Benavides made his first start at goalie for New Braunfels and played a good Schaner Mike Shuler was in goal the second half and held the Rattlers The Unicorns are 81 on the season and will play at Alamo Heights at 1 The Mules are the on ly team that has defeated New Braunfels this AWOL SV lacks punch in loss to Crockett By DAVID KING Sports The Smithson Valley defense showed up in full force but the offense stayed on the bus Thursday in the first round of the Cougar Classic Basketball Smithson shooting only 24 percent from the fell to Austin Crockett 5533 to drop into the consola tion bracket of the We did a good job of Rangerettes Coach Keith Sullivan Our biggest problem now is scoring That arid we didnt rebound well The Lady Cougars quickness also hurt Smithson They were a lot quicker than we Sullivan They were the quickest team weve played all I Crocketts quickness and aggressiveness under the basket made the difference in the second when the Cougars blew open an 115 firstquarter Maria Cantu hit a short jump shot and Juanita Clark dropped in a layup on fast breaks to start an 82 run for By the time the quarter was the Cougars led Crockett simply beat Smithson Valley down the court with its fast break and good Statistics SMITHSON VALLEY 33 Tiffany Beene 2 36 Karen Allbright 4 01 Shalynn McCoy Netta Ferguson 1 01 Brennan Hardy 1 00 Laurie Hughes 0 00 Totals 13 715 CROCKETT 551 Juanita Clark 1 00 Jennifer Fasnacht 1 24 Kim Cumrnings 0 00 Kim Foster 5 01 Melissa Medel 5 23 Michelle Thompson 4 22 Maria Cantu 4 00 Debbie Bagged Totals 24 712 Smithson Valley 8 9 1133 12 16 1668 Fouled Total fouls Smithson Valley Crockett But until the fourth when Crockett went to a spreadout the Rangerettes did a good job of half court That defense didnt help at the other Smithson Valley started the second half by missing its first four and the Rangerettes missed nine of 13 in the Tiffany Beene finally broke the cold snap with a 12 but the Rangerettes couldnt build any momen And when they didnt hit their first there werent any second A big problem was that we would get one and if we didnt hit that was Sullivan In the second the Rangerettes had two offensive Smithson Valleys Karen Allbright takes aim Somerset rolls over Canyon Canyons Cheryl Butler and Stacey Moeller apply defensive pressure Thursday Canyon Coach Joy Scharf chalked it up to We had a terrific practice yester but 1 guess you dont get in timidated by your she said of the Cougarette basketball which lost to Somerset 3320 Thursday in the Cougar Classic first I think its all up here with she pointing to her The Cougarettes sputtered on of fense Thursday scoring only six points in the second The Bulldogs scored breaking a 14all halftime In Somerset scored the first 10 points of the second half to turn the game Into a hitting a a a layup and two follow shots to grab a 2414 advantage six minutes into the Sherry Wood gave Canyon Its first points of the half with 1 54 left in the third quarter when she ripped a 16 Seconds Cheryl Butter jumped out of a crowd to hit a short jump shot and make the score sound deceptively close at the end of the But the Cougarettes shooting for the entire quarter 20 percent on two of 10 attempts set the tone for the rest of the The fourth quarter was an exercise Cougars play tonight The Canyon Cougars open the boys day of the Canyon Basketball Classic today while Smithson Valley will receive a Canyon will face the 273A Cole Cougars at in the first of todays three Smithson Valley received a bye when Kenedy dropped out of the The 102 on the year after a loss to Devine Tuesday will play the winner of the CanyonCole game at noon on The loser of todays game will receive an automatic berth in Saturdays consolation finals at Frazier In other games the Canyon JV team will meet Bandera at 7 followed at with a game between Antonian and The winners of those two games will meet at Saturday at Cougar Gym with the losers playing at the same time at In the girls Canyon will face Smithson Valley at 9 Saturday at The winner will advance to the consola tion In the other New Braunfels will meet Southwest at Saturday at with the winner also advancing to the consolation In the winners half of the bracket at Canyon Somerset will square off against Austin Crockett followed by a game between Austin Lanier and Boerme ar The losers In those two wUl meet at 9 to decide third place to the with the championship game at 6 in frustration for the as they missed 11 of 11 shots from the field and hit two of eight free Somersets Shanda Curbow hU a short Junp shot and then worked the giveandgo or a layup by Kim Rankin to extend the Bulldogs lead back to io The Cougarettes fought to get back into the but either missed and didnt rebound the shot or missed the front end of a oneandone opportuni ty eight straight times down the Leah Krieg made one of two free throws for the Cougarettes with left in the but Canyon didnt score again until a free throw by Wood with 59 seconds We didnt deserve to buy a Scharf Canyon hit seven of 51 shots from the field in the game and made six of 17 free The Cougarettes also looked slow Scharf They stood around and watched while they Somerset then they Stood around and watched while they she They just werent Wood led Canyon with nine while Rankin had nine for Statitsics CAN YON 80 Reoata Rittimann 0 00 Lory Hill 0 00 Tare Cgppieman 2 24 Kathryn Kyle 0 00 Sherry Wood Liana Tyler Cheryl Butler 1 13 Leah Krieg Stacey Moeller 0 00 Michelle Toon 0 02 Town 7 f17 SQMERSETI33 Kim Hankin Kelli Goodson 1 02 Amy Hick 2 00 Melissa Parker Terri KUM 3 03 Shanda Curbow 3 24 TOWfe If 31 33 Canyon 4 2W 10 13 Fouled out Total fouls Canyon Somerset ;

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