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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Slngletary tops defenia Mike middle liftebaeket whose wideranging play is the mast important element in the Chicago Bears stifling was named today the NFL s defensive player of the year by The Associated They couldnt pick a better said Ditkahimself the of he coach of the year award after guiding Chicago to a 151 record this orts December SV rides Staff writer Smithson Valley had its revenge Monday knock ing off one of only two teams that have beaten the Rangers 16 games Into the What Impressed Smithson Valley Coach Roger Kraft the most about his teams 6761 victory over was that the Rangers for the most part won the game without leading scorer Al King suffered a poke in the eye second quarter and played only a pair of minutes of the second half With foul He fouled out with four minutes left in the 1 dont think Al got even a quarter of playing but the rest of the team came through and helped to pick up the Kraft Rolando Trevino led Smithson Valley with 18 foremost among the Ranger hustlers were sophomores Lance Jonas and Todd Rolando had his usual good but Lance did the job when somebody had to do And Todd helped us out a He didnt but he ran the team for a while and did a good Kraft Devine fell behind in the first half but caught Smithson in the third With to the held their biggest lead at The Rangers cut the gap to two when Jonas scored with rebound off a missed shot by Defensive by Ray Reyes forced Devine to turn over the ball and a 12foot jump shot by Reyes with to play the game at i Jonas picked up his fifth foul 15 seconds but after Graham missed the front end of a scored from inside give the Rangers the After another missed free throw by the Trevino scored on an underhanded layup to give Smithson Valley a 6258 Devine worked the ball but missed two shots and Mike Irvine rebounded the ball for the After a Irvine sank one of two free putting Smithson Valley up by five with New Braunfels Westlake 49 WEST LAKE HILLS New Braunfels rallied from a sixpoint deficit in the fourth quarter to edge Westlake 50 Statistics DEViNEIBD Kirk Eason 0 Benny Espinoza 0 00 Boyd Graham 9 24 Buddy Kelly 1 00 Sonny Cavarubla 71016 Hester 3 46 Mark Lopez 0 00 Mike Ambtlz 1 00 211930 SMITHSON VALLEY 67 Al King 3 24 Rolando trevlno 9 00 Tony Rendon 4 00 Ray Reyes 434 Lance Jonas 4 22 Mike Irvine 34 Curtis 0 00 Roy Sanders 1 00 Paul Booth 1 36 27 1320 Devine 14 20 11 1661 SV 16 10 2067 Fouled out Total fouls Devine Smithson Volley JV score Smfthscih Valley pevlne New Braunfoli Tilo Schmidt 6 1317 Damon Milieu Alan Walker 3 02 Leon Sneqd 2 02 Claude f orterle I 12 Victor Sierra 1 02 ToMh 171627 10 11 1660 Westlake 14 13 14 l4t Fouled out Total fouls New Braunfels Westlake 21 Del Valle Canyon 5i Todd Banks fl 613 Ben Garcia 5 24 Ted Fleener 4 310 David Hays 4 12 Danny Her nandez 1 00 Curtis Johnson 1 01 Danny Rosales 0 00 Jimmy 0 00 Totals 2312 30 15 14 IS 13N DelValle 28 24 2411 49 Monday The victory was New Braunfels seventh in a and it improved the Unicorns record to Tilo Schmidt led the Unicorns with 25 I was pleased that we could have an off when we didnt shoot was and still New Braunfels Coach Cliff Wilklns The key to us coming around a little earlier this year is that the kids have so much ex Thats made a Del Valle Canyon 58 DEL VALLE Canyon suffered Its fourth straight falling to Del Valle The Cardinals broke open the game in the second quarter by outscoring the Cougars Del Valle finish ed the game by scoring 24 points in each of the third and fourth They shot the ball said Cougar Coach David Taylor of Del Valles Run and shoot is their whole You have to be up on them when they shoot and we didnt do Weve lost four in a row now we just are not plavine he Todd Banks paced Canyon with 22 Ben Garcia added 12 and Ted Fleener LESLIE Smithson Valleys Rolano Trevino drives to the basket during Mondays game tit wls Aggies think win could be springboard DALLAS AP Texas AllAmerican Johnny Holland says a Cotton Bowl victory over Auburn and Heisman winner Bo Jackson could be a springboard toward a national champion ship for the Aggies in You never can I think we have a lot of characteristics of a national championship Its up for and things could go our the 220pound junior linebacker said as the llthranked Aggies tuned up for their New Years Day battle with 16 After this game we could be in the top and next years team could be even Defensive coordinator Slocum pointed out that the 92 Aggies were only two or three plays away from an unbeaten season and easi ly could have competed for the mythical na tional crown this On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7 AllAmerican Bowl Georgia Tech Michigan WEDNESDAY TELEVISION Fiesta Bowl Michigan Cotton Bowl Texas Rose Bowl Iowa 7 Orange Bowl Penn 7 Sugar Bowl Miami With nine defensive starters and eight offen sive regulars Texas could hardly be blamed for looking beyond its first Southwest Conference title and Cotton Bowl appearance in 18 National championships are rare Slocum but conceded that a victory over Auburn could be a springboard to contend for the national He said the operative word is Suggesting that its not too wise to set such a lofty Slocum said I would hate to see us put a lot of emphasis on the national champion We want to come back to the Cotton Bowl next If we do the national champion ship could take care of The key is getting back the key may be beating a 2point favorite and still fuming over a 2523 loss to archrival Alabama in the season And then theres a twotime All American who led the Southeastern Conference in everything but popcorn Seminoles scalp Cowboys Buffs stumble AP Florida State Coach Bobby Bowden said his team was deter mined to come out throwing the ball in the Gator Bowl football game whether we had a receiver or As it turned the Seminoles had two mighty good a potent quarterback and a tacklebreaking running They com bined to give the 18thranked Seminoles a 3423 victory over 19thranked Oklahoma State Mon day night before a crowd of The rolled up 569 yards in total with quarterback Chip Ferguson com pleting 20 of 43 passes for 338 yards and two touchdowns and running for another Tailback Tony Smith raced through the Oklahoma State defense for 201 yards on 24 car We have a pretty explosive offense if were said wide receiver Herb who caught seven passes for 148 yards and two Gainer and fellow sophomore receiver Randy who caught four passes for 87 may have been the Gainer caught only four passes during the regular and White didnt make a single reception before the Gator They were forced into duty because Florida States top Hassan was suspended for sell ing complimentary tickets to an earlier game and the and receivers were Washington Colorado 17 AP The offense and the winning feeling that has accompanied it is not yet a year old in the football program at the University of And like any new shaky moments always seem to come at the least opportune For the Colorado their newly con verted wishbone the one thats made them into the nations ninthbest rushing team this chose the second annual Freedom Bowl to Its ineffectiveness was one of the main reasons the Buffaloes came up on the short end of a 2017 decision Monday night against We just didnt click like a wishbone Colorado Coach Bill McCartney The Buf who averaged yards rushing per game during the regular could amass only 190 against the The who finished the season with a 75 are only one year removed from a 1 10 Blazers cool off Spurs AP San An tonio had a fivegame winning streak going until the Spurs visited Portland and had to contend with the Trail Blazers Clyde He was simply said Spurs Coach Cotton Hes a super athlete who can do just about everything Drexler pulled down his career high off the boards Monday getting 15 rebounds while firing off 23 points in a 125110 Portland victory over the When Clydes playing as he did Ill leave him in until hes Portland Coach Jack Ramsay In one shot that looked more like volleyball practice than Drexler got a standing ovation in the second quarter for dunking a lob pass from teammate Mychal Thompson was the other major fac tor in the Blazer hitting a seasonhigh 30 Mychal was as good as hes ever been the Portland coach He took the ball to the led most of the but the Spurs stayed pushing the score to 9190 early in the fourth That comeback effort quickly fizzl ed when the Blazers reeled off nine straight including threepoint plays by Thompson and Steve Kiki Vandeweghe added 23 points for Portland and Sam Bowie con tributed Artis Gilmore topped San Antonio NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division QB 8 13 5 6 7 9 11 W I 7 Philadelphia 12 New Jersey 13 15 New 21 Central Division 12 15 15 17 18 Chicago 21 21 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division San 19 Pacific Division Portland Golden State Phoenix Mondays Games Indiana Washington 80 New Jersey New York 111 Chicago Cleveland 117 Milwaukee Detroit 110 Denver Houston 122 Utah Seattle 105 Bosion Clippers 103 Portland San Antonio 110 Philadelphia Sacramento 84 with 30 giving him 63 points in his last two Mike Mitchell ad ded 29 for the while Alvin Robertson scored 7A 14 15 14 VS 15 Scoreboard Briefly Bowl games JBy Associated Press Mondays Qames WMhinston Colorado 17 Sugar Bowl At Naw Orleans 812 Orange Bowl At Miami Penn 110 Top 20 Oklahoma 23 Al Houston Air 83 Peach Bowl 641 Bowl At 4a i Michigan Georgia 821 Qames 91 1 92 83 few 101 ByTha Asioclatad Prats The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press college basketball with firstplace votes in total points based on 2019 181716 1514131211 109876 record through Monday and last weeks ranking Record Pvs Carolina 1243 1 1183 2 1134 3 1065 4 997 6 941 7 836 8 742 9 727 10 689 11 11 661 6 605 13 420 12 92 381 16 359 17 348 14 Dame 231 18 201 15 Paso 180 41 19 Others receiving votes Purdue Clemson Arkansas Bradley Richmond Maryland Ohio State Alabama North Carolina State Tennessee Pittsburgh Boston College Michigan State Iowa Navy Georgia Pepperdine Auburn OePaul Iowa State Josephs Temple Tulsa Virginia College By Associated EAST Qrexel 75 Marist lona 68 Niagara Peters 56 Syracuse Post 68 SOOTH Austin Peay Samford 60 Duke Northwestern 55 F airfield Southern 66 Florida Stetson 66 Furman Kentucky 64 Southern Judton 47 Georgia Tech Richmond 64 Kentucky VMI55 Louisiana Oral Roberts 64 Carolina 53 Connecticut 79 NW Louisiana Rock 61 Commonwealth George Mason 68 MIDWEST Akron Ashland 58 Drake City 63 Illinois Iowa 62 New Orleans Evansville 55 Notre Dame Craighton54 Ohio Marietta 66 Louis Cornell 56 Youngstown Morgan St 64 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Radford 57 Baylor TexasSan Antonio 50 Lamar Washington 61 Texas Tech Ft 44 Tulw of the Ozarks 47 WEST Goruaga Air Force 49 Hayward St St Anselm 64 Montana Washington 67 Montana of Santa Fe 72 Naw Mexico New Mexico 44 Pepperdine Robert MQrris 59 San Diego 69 Bulverde Warriors advance to state The Bulverde Soccer Club War riors D Division team won the Mid Cities championship and will ad vance to the state finals on 1819 in El The sponsored by Timberwood is coach ed by Bob Brennan and assistant Russ Team members are Glen Amy Brady Jason Keith Michael William Chad Michael Jason Kevin Jason Misti Andy Townsley and James The team is currently seeking sponsors to assist in sending the team to El An account has been opened for the team at SASA in San Anyone wishing to make donations may contact Leitha Jensen at 4383348 or Bob Brennan at 43ft Foursome takes tourney by shooting 119 The team of Messer and Platt took top honors in the New Braunfels Golf Associa tions fourman two best ball tournament on The team of Barker and Weldy tied at 121 with the team of Lancaster and Snef ru In individual Thomason and Eikel tied in ttoe A flight at Acker won the B flight with a 64 while Lawrences 64 took the C Lea and Weldy tied in the D flight with   

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