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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas t Hf j 1 31 v1 Rangers nearing title ByTOMLABINSKI Editor inched one step to winning the District 265A 4 sodcer title Monday night by edging Canyon 31 at Ranger Smithson Valley has a twogame leadover New The Rangers have two games remaining while New Braunfels has Smithson Valley can clinch the district title on Saturday with a win against the Tivy Antlers in Smithsbn Valley opened up a 20 halftime lead against the Cougars at half time and stretched it to 30 before Canyon goton theboard with 15 minutes left in the Although the Rangers from generating many scoring Smithson Valley capitalized on the chances it did didnt create many op tThey played a tight Coiach Larry We were a little guys played well in that they did what they had Apolinar Sanchez opened the scoring25 minutes into After a free kick near the Canyon the ball got lost in a pile of players in front of the From the tangle of ball squirted free to who drilled the ball off a Cougar player and into Sanchez had his goal of the taking a midfield pass from Joel Baker and outmaneuvering the Cougar Except for a couple of I thought1 we played said Canyon Coach Steve Those shots they scored on were just good We didnt give them much after The score remained 20 at the midway point of the second then Baltasar Sanchez rifled in a shot from 20yards out to put Smithson Valley up by District 265A Soccer standings DISTRICT Team W L t Smithson Valley 8 1 1 New Braunfels 5 1 3 Clertiens 42 2 Bberne Canyon 252 Hays 1 5 Kerrville Tivy 0 7 2 Saturdays Games Smithson Valley New Braunfels 2 Canyon Kerrville Tivy 0 Boerne at Hays Mondays Games Smithson Valley Canyon 1 Todays Games New Braunfels at Hays Clemens at Boerne Three minutes after Apolinar Sanchez narrowly missed his third hat trick of the season when his shot following a breakaway narrowly missed the right side of the TheCougars scored near the end of the matcnwhen Victor Rodriguez and Jody Kheupper passed back and forth down the field following a direct kick from the Cougar Rodriguez put the finishing touches on the play by lifting the ball into the net from close With the Smithson Valley improves its record to 1121 on the season and 811 in district Canyon falls to on the year and 252 in Aftertheir game in Kerrville on the Rangers have non district home game on March 17 against Victoria and wind up the season by hosting Hays on March Canyons final three games are at home against Hays on at Clemens on March 17 and at home against Boerne on March New fighting with Clemens for the runnerup will visit Hays today at then meet Clemens headtohead at 2 Saturday at New Braunfels Middle The Unicorns are 513 in dsitrict play while the Clemens Buffaloes are Documents reveal Yeoman doled out HOUSTON AP University of Houston boosters raised money so former head football Coach Bill Yeoman could give up to cash to some players depending on according to a school memorandum that quotes a The released details information from businessman Frank Terry which conflicts with a recent report from in which the former coach said he occasionally gave players money for humanitarian but never more than The documents were compiled during an inhouse investigation by the Houston law firm of Sapp and The probe was launched in response to allegations that Yeoman and his assistant coach violated National Collegiate Athletic Association rules by paying Yeoman resigned last fall after heading the Cougars program for 25 He is now a special assistant to University President Richard Van Horn in charge of athletic Yeoman said recently he would have no further comment on the who served as president of the intercollegiate athletic council for the school and also headed a Baytownarea booster is quoted in the report as saying he could not prove any of the But he said the coaches kept asking for here and The first time Terry said he gave Yeoman money was prior to the 1982 or 1983 when he turned over from about eight The way the system worked was that all of the players who came in early got between and depending on The money was given at practice in cash to and was sub sequently distributed to the Terry told in On another Terry was asked to collect money and got about from about six This money was then paid to the players who were living at the Holiday Inn in Bay town while working during This money was in addition to money given to the players as com pensation for summer jobs and wages they were owed in con nection with work for the Holiday the memorandum said New Braiififels1 varsity tennis team defeated 15 other teams to win its over the i The Unicorns took first plflce with 27 on Taylor finished second with 14 points and Uvalde and Judson finished in a threeway tie for third with nine John Hernandez of New Braunfels won the varsity boys singles with a 6 62 victory over Seguins Ace In girls Unicorn Leigh Ann Forney defeated Boernes Nicole Woods 62 in one semifinal while Rachel Forney bested Uvaldes Cristi Cudd All four semifinalists make up the top four girls singles players in New Braunfels swept the varsity doubles bracket as In the boys Chris Ray and Jonathan Clark defeated Taylors team of CollmanKrueger In girls New Braunfels Gayle Cerrato and Stephanie Leyh knocked off of WinklerJohnson In the Unicorns team of Stephanie Riedel and Wende Walker were also The junior varsity and freshmen teams were combined in the tour won by the Unicorns with 32 Judson was second with 18 Leander third with 17 and Hays fourth with 13 tfew Braunfels SherPLangabeer lostto Hays Michelle Jannone 60 In the girls singles top Unicorn boy was Mike Richter who advanced to the New Braunfels team of Kimbertey and Kayci Kahler defeated Canyons team of WilltamsAntol to take the doubles Ricky Robinson1 and Adam Taylor were the top JV Unicorn boys doubles ad vancing to the Unicorns won both singles divisions among the Todd Bergqulst bested Kevin Hueita of Taylor in the boys finals while Adrienne Isley downed Read of Leander 61 in the girls New Braunfels Jacque Coley also advanced to the The Unicorns swept the freshman doubles as Two Unicorn teams advanced to the finals in the girls division the team of Tami Herring and Jessica Michaels and the team of Elise Brumbelow and Laura Sch New Braunfels team of Keegan Armke and John Bartman won the boys doubles with a 62 vic tory over Leanders team of Watson The Unicorns will take the week off for spring then resume play on March 17 at Madison at 3 After a tournament at Kerrville Tivy on March the Unicorns return home for a dual match against Round Rock on March NevV Braunfels Gayle Cerrato left and Stephanie Leyh won the varsity girls doubles Photo by Leslie Surprises Three SWC teams make NCAA tournament DALLAS AP A year the Southwest Conference figured it would get three invitations to the NCAA Tournament and received This the SWC received a surprise from the NCAA Selections Committee three teams in the 64school field instead of Texas Texas Christian and Houston received the coveted bids after it was feared there would be only one SWC Each school receives for a firstround which it must share with its SWC Two weeks ago most SWC coaches were con vinced that regular season champion TCU would be the only school to get an Then the eighthseeded Texas Aggies came upset the Horned Texas and Baylor to win the SWC PostSeason Basketball Classic and earn an automatic with 23 victories including road triumphs over LSU and did indeed get an NCAA bid as the fourth seed in the East The Horned Frogs will play Marshall at on The Aggies take on Duke at on Thursday in the Midwest Regional first round game in The biggest shocker of all was the Houston who also were invited to the NCAA The Cougars had 18 victories but lost to Baylor in the semifinals of the SWC It took Washingtons loss Sunday afternoon to UCLA to seal the 64th and last bid for the who had a road victory over TCU and a triumph over New a top 20 to their The Cougars meet Kansas at Friday in the first round of the Southeast Regional at Baylor Coach Gene Iba was steamed his who lost to in the Classic didnt get an NCAA Baylor also had 18 victories and whipped Houston three times this The Bears received a consolation along with the Arkansas in the form of a National Invitation Tournament Its hard to be happy but we have to be happy about said 1 dont think there is any better thing for our Its been 37 Baylor hasnt been in a basketball playoff game since the 1950 NCAA Tournament in which it reached The Final The Bears will be at ArkansasLittle Rock at Thursday while Arkansas hosts Arkansas State at Houston Coach Pat Foster said it was a shame Baylor didnt get into the NCAA I can understand how Baylor might react and 1 wouldnt even want to debate the Foster I was pleaded to say the The SWC havent had three teams in the NCAA tournament since Southern Arkansas and Texas Tech made it in Official says some better teams stay home KANSAS AP As many as 15 of the 64 teams in the NCAA Basketball Tournament probably wouldnt be there if quality of play were the only one member of the selection committee Year in and year there are probably 15 or so of those 29 automatic qualifiers who would be among the best 64 teams in the and about 15 or so who would said Jim commissioner of the Ohio Valley If our sole purpose was to select the best 64 there would be no more than eight or nine conferences that would get teams But would it be healthy for basketball to go seven or eight deep in one powerful conference and exclude entirely a lesser conference that is trying to emerge I dont think Delany and the other eight members of the selection committee virtually put themselves in quarantine in a luxury hotel suite in Kansas City last Assisted by NCAA staff members Tom stedt and Dave they emerged late Sunday afternoon with a bracket brimming with troversial The field includes Idaho and but not New and The best 64 teams in the country Of course says 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