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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas District season ends on Saturday f i in m mill 11 i run 11 FTfT Baltasar Sanchez and the Smithson Valley Rangers wrap up the District 265A season Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt The fifst high school Soccer season concludes Saturday with two local teams making their final ap pearances in district For Smlthson the 265A champion with a 944 Satur days game is a tuneup for the playoffs which begins in 10 For the season finale will only give the dougars a chance for revenge against a team that they lost to eat Her in the New which has clinched second place and a playoff finished its season with a 91 victory over Boerne on Smithson in its inaugural has a chance to become the only team in the district to win 10 The Rangers are 1321 on the season going into its 2 game at Ranger Stadium against Hays Con The Rebels were limited to a 11 tie against Kerrville Tivy on The Rangers won the first meeting between the two teams by a 41 The Greyhounds defeated Canyon 41 on a soaked Held in Boerne on and the Cougars would like nothing better than to finish its first season on a winning note by tasting District 26SA Soccer standings team W L f pfs Sniithson Valley 9 1 1 19 New Bfaunfels 7 1 4 18 Clemens 6 2 3 15 Canyon 3628 Boeriie 2637 Hays 2726 Kef fville Tivy 0833 Tuesdays Games Clemens Canyon 0 New Braunfels Boerne 1 KerrvllleTIvy Smilhson Valley Victoria 0 Saturdays Games Hays at Smlthson Valley Boerne at Canyon Clemens at Kerrville Tivy END OF SEASON The Cougars are 492 on the season and 362 in district Boerne is 2 63 in 265A Gametime is 2 at Cougar In the other district game on Satur Kerrville Tivy hosts Tivy is still looking for its first district heading into the finale with an 083 The Buffaloes have third place locked up with a 62 3 Aggies to release parts of invesitgation COLLEGE STATION APi bowing to numerous Texas open records law re qtlests and is preparing to release portions of an internal in vestigation into its football program school officials said James B deputy chancellor for legal and external al said Thursday that lawyers are studying an attorney generals opinion issued Fob fy directing another Southwest Con ference the University o to release results of an in vestigation of its football program Bond told The Bryan Eagle that is seeking clarification from the attorney generals office to specify which of its docu Sports World ment are subject to the Texas open records law A response from the at torney generals office could come as early as next he General Counsel Ted Hajov sky said that while release of the foot ball investigation Is he expects that the attorney generals office will allow considerable deletions from the document The decision to release the in vestigation comes in the wake of a suit filed Wednesday by the Dallas Times the second suit filed seeking disclosure of the investiga tion or portions of it The For Worth Star Telegram filed suit Jan seeking any in formation that could produce on quarterback Kevin Murray and booster Rodney Mur ray and Dockery were named last year in newspaper stories alleging violations of NCAA rules governing financial aid provided college athletes The Dallas Morning News filed an official open records request seeking investigation results in January and the Houston Post filed a request this Bond said President Frank a defendant m both the Times Herald and Star Telegram announced in November that the investigation was complete and that the schools only copy of the document had been delivered to the NCAA He has since declined comment on the results of the investigation except to say that minor problems were un The internal inquiry at Texas was handled by Arno Krebs and Otway Denny both Texas graduates and members of the Houston law firm of Fulbright and Jaworski Bond and Hajovsky said Thursday a second copy of the document was retained by Fulbright and The NCAA started an initial in quiry in 1985 following allegations that the teams violated NCAA rules by being paid for work he never actually did for a Dallasarea booster Iba may takeover at TCU FO HT WO RTII i A P Former N ebraska heac coach Moe Iba saui he hopes to be offered thtjot as the next basketball coach at Texas Christian the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported today Asked if he alrrach had been offered iul and was considering that offer to btJim Kill mgswortn s Iba Not to the point that I can talk atxnit it He saul ho hoptd tro offer uoulti come It s an honor to to Iba tolii tht newspaper Coach Kilhntfswurth has tremendous job then I m mienMod in job but thats about all I ian The athletic direvlors lxth TCI aiui where Iba is mu assistant denied Iba alreaih accepted the job as j I us Monies Iowa radio station reported on Thursdav or that tht job has been uttered to him Iba 47 u mmer Oklahoma m great Hank resigned last March at Nebraskas head coach after coaching the Cor nhuskers to their first NCAA playoff appearance in his sixth season as coach He had a luti 71 record Des Momes radio KHNT which carried Drake games this reported that sources close to tht family confirmed that Iba would become the next coach of the Horned Frags The station said Ibj had informed Drake officials that he had the TCI job Tyson may bring Holmes back Heavyweight champion Mike the magnet that draws irement the unbeaten champion s CO LONDON AIJ Twin could be Holmes out of rel Kill said Wednesday negotiations have been held and a light between the Tyson and the 17 year old Holmes could be held in the not too distant future But there is an Cayton said money are having negotations with Larry but they are not complete There is not that much between but Larry keeps uppmg the figures Hut 1 would say that that he is a possibility in the not too distant future Holmes told the The Associated Press from his office at Pa that Jimmy Tyson s other manager offered him S3 2 million plus a percentage to fight Tyson 1 me 5 million plus a percentage plus up front and weve got a fight If 1 get hurt and theres no Ill give the money Holmes said Larry Holmes is a highly skilled fighter He would make the fight very Cayton id of the former World Boxing Council and Inter national Boxing Federation champion Scoreboard On theair FRIDAY U p ill t Tuurnamrnt iM r MN B to rn MlKc t f p 111 linliana KKNs II MJ p 111 i Nl I uurnainitil ttjjiuiul Mimlinal I SATUKDAr 1 I a 111 i luisKitlMil N Woiiifii tiiurtuitiiiii Imai U K p Tuunidiiifti luial 1 Ill NCAA NCAA Tournament The P Semifinals Thurvddv s Games At Eail RulherlcHd N j IIul ula Kl Nurllii Championship iaiuida i s Came Al EaM Ruihtrloid N J ij ur Souihtavt Regional pin HuAimn Mniri I HJ p in i niiigr IasKfllMli Ni Tuurnaintnl Kb N Hi pin tiiino Ijini ttrtiri IlasMi KMnl i lupin u h pious Tout Ni AA i snip 4pm liulf I Kurd round 5 p in I ulltgr AA Women s Tuuriidiiiinl Miutast Hcgiunai final KSPN 1 p in Iulegv basketball NlAA Women s Tournament Mulwesl Kegtonal final KMN S p m tullegr basketball Nl AA Women b Tournament Imal KMN 4 Garner Al Louisville K i Inn itlfiuf I i HJ Championship s Came Al Louisville IftiX lillIR f J luiil ftoVMI I Eagles Hall at Canyon Lake Formerly the Wagon Wheel Dance to Leroy Matocha Orchestra Sunday March 22 iO to 9 Fish Dinner and Dance 6 Fish Dinner only local sports p in thMde 7 30 Baseball Hays al 7 30 in Baseball Canyon al Regional Semilinals Today s Games Al Cincinnati lielaul Maliii u Indiana A 4 H Championship Sunday s Game At Cincinnati Indiana llukf winiifi IllPaul vvimirr West Regional Semilmah Todav s Games At Seattle Oklahunia Iowa SM 1 y 4Ja in Championship Sunday s Game Al Seattle I NLY VSyumiiig winner Uklalioina luv a winnet NIT National Invitation Tournament By The Associated Press 411 day Traci 4 field and SmiUison Valley ivy 2 Softer Hays al S Bourne at Canyon at Yander at isa Illinois 1812 at ArkajisasLitUe The New Braunfels is now accepting Visa Mastercard for the convenience of our Gome place an ad or start your subscription today and use your OR 6259144 Castell win lose one in volleyball The Canyon Middle School Jaguafelte Volleyball teams played host to the Saegerl fofeodofs from and vwfi three games afld lost the Catiyoft fth grade A team defeated Saegert The team was led in scoring by Jamie stinson and Misty The Jaguarette team ends the season with a record of 8 Wins and 1 The 7th grade B team was defeated Top scorers were Emily Way and Melinda The 8th grade A team defeated the Toreodors Amy Page and Kim Koehler led the Jaguarettes in The team lost only one game during the The Canyon 8th grade B team defeated Saegert Lori Dahl and Jennifer Arnold led the Jaguarettes in The 7th grade A team is hosting a postseason tournament today and Saturday at Frazier The 8th grade A team will compete in the New Braunfels Middle School today and The team would like to thank all its loyal supporters and and would like to invite them to the tour naments this The Jaguarettes would also like to thank coaches Carla Herring and Sherry Luckemeyer for all their many hours of hard work and caring to make this year such a great T Bar M hosts college tourney T Bar M Tennis Ranch is hosting a weeklong tennis tournament March Play will begin at 9 each day and will run all There is no ad mission charge for tennis enthusiasts to watch great tennis Abilene Christian University tops the strong list of Division II colleges coming to the event from all over the Other schools competing will be Ferris State College Michigan Southern Illinois Univer sity at the Univeristy of California Polytechnic Institute and East Texas State University Call T Bar M at 6257738 for schedule of matches Canyon Soccer Club meets March 25 The Canyon Youth Soccer Club will have a general meeting March it at Wholesale All parents and othef in terested persons are encouraged to Discussion will include elec tion of officers for the MidCities Youth Soccer Association and plans for the fall NBTA sponsors Fun Tournament The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor a Fun Tournament on Play will include a mens and Womens B and C doubles divi Registration runs from until on Saturday at the New Braunfels High School with play beginning at Entry deadline is 7 The entry fee is for members and for non Balls will be provided by To call Jim Sanders at 629 1269 or Sally Forney at Parks Department sets Panther Canyon hike The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will host a Panther Canyon hike at 10 The hike is open to all ages and there is a The hike will take approximately two hours and par ticipants can meet at the entrance to Panther For more contact Mark Peltier at Little Leagues offer registration The New Braunfels Little Leagues will offer tryouts and registration on Saturday at the Presbyterian Church gym at 373 Howard The registration begins at 1 and will last until 4 All boys and girls who did not participate in the first session should Babe Ruth conducts registration Babe Ruth League registration for boys who will turn 13 before July 31 will have a tryout Saturday at Comal Park from 10 until 1 Proof of age must be Registration for 14year olds and newcomers will take place from 1 until 5 on the same In case of the tryouts will take place March ATTENTION New Vehicle Buyers 1 st Time Credit Buyers A special Retail Financing Program is available for individuals who are first time new vehicle buyers with no credit background but have a good profile relating to residence and See us for Milt Ferguson Motor Co BUiOOOLDSMOBUFONWOGMC TRUCKS li AlwW Get Second Opinion 6252361 Owning o SNAPPER is easier than ever wim special savings on an SNAPPER Gas Powerea Walk Riaing ana Tillers SNAPPER VALUES INCLUDE FREi ATTACHMENTS Receive a tree onacn rnenl with each purchase ol a gas powered SNAPPER Walk Mowei Riaer or Tuiei ot me regular retail pnce NO DOWN PAYMENT And affordable tow monthly payments Maae simple with SNAPCREDIT FOI an me aeiQS visit your SNAPPER oealer oaoy R tTs a 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