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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas r f IV wraps up distrietwith win ByTlMWAITS District 265 A Bislfict Smithson Closed mil 50 vtc tdfy ovef Mays at fcafigef fh the last three the Rafiggfs have sCofed 22 goals to zefo forthelf The Ranges td Walt fof a week tdIitid otit who thetf opponent will The Austin Independent School a district tournament nekt Weekend to determine the two playoff Austin High wonthe regular season and has a bye to the finals of that so the MarOotts will have a playoff Valley will play the secondplace team from District 25 u t PH swuthSan Valley is i r at NewBMttfels i 4 18 CteffiefiS 1 2 3 17 daifjfdtf 4 6 r 2 10 2 7 3 f f 2826 Kerf vlllef Ivy o 9 3 Saturdays Games Shiithsoti Valley Hays 0 Boerne 4 Clemens Kef fVifie Tlvy 0 END OF SEASON 5A and New Braunfets will play the Districts have Until March 28th to certify playoff Bt district games will begin March Thats a We are up In the said Kange deaeh Larry Sehal We dont fths m afs gaing 16 Scfuffor said he didfiH kfww o any other leheoi district that is having a Herald the RafigefS te schedule a mateh for possibly against Alamo Bfandon Stanley and ApolinafSan chez both two goals and Baltasar had atiothef to account for all of the Hangers points against the Play went through most of the first half until Baltasar Sanchez scored on off a direct kick from Brad Several minutes Stanley scored from his rightwing position off an assist from Robert Stanley scored again just prior to halftlme following a pass ffow mid Held by Baltasaf Sanchez 16 give the ttlflgm in the second ApeHflSf Salv CHez easfted in on an assist ffom brother Baltasar im the Rangers fourth Near games loose at midfleld on a breakaway and dribbled past the Rebel goalkeeper for the Rangers final We said when asked if the Rangers are in good form for the We did not have a very good week for prac But we do not have any injuries and we are in good The Rangers are an impressive 14 24 thus far in their first season as a soccer The Rangers ended the District 265A schedule with a 10 Mrecordi Late rally gives Cougars 54 victory Sports Editor Canyons varsity soccer team concluded its first season Saturday with a thrilling comefrom behind victory over Boerne at Cougar After opening an early 20 Canyon watched helplessly as the Greyhounds raced back with four goals to lead by two with 15 minutes to The victory was the third for the Cougars in their last five outings and leaves the team with a 4 62 record in District 592 on the The fact that we won three of our last and us being so says to me that we should be in the thick of things next said Canyon Coach Steve I saw a lot of improvement throughout the This was a good way to go he After spending most of the second half watching Boerne pound away in the Canyon half of the the Cougars finally got a break near the end of the After a clearing pass sent the action Victor Rodriguez made a crossing pass to a wide open Rene who pounded the ball into the net to cut the Greyhounds lead to That goal was what really sparked We werent playing well in the half until but then they started to put things Quell Some key starters returned to the game at that and four minutes Bobby Galloway scored his second goal of the taking from Jeff Kapellas and scooting the ball into the left side of the goal to tie the The Cougars kept the pressure on Boernes goal therest of the Acevedo scored his second goal of the game with five minutes kicking In the ball as it squirted out of a pack in front of the The Cougars took a quick 20 scoring both goals within the first 20 minutes of the Rodriguez sent a crossing pass to Randy Smith on a Who then scored from 20 yards Five minutes Canyon went up 20 when Smiths corner kick was booted In by We looked pretty good on those first two but after we just went I think we scored a little too Quell The score remained 20 until the Greyhounds squeezed three final goals in the final 15 minutes of the Canyons late comeback avenged a 41 loss to Boerne in the first meeting between the two We talked a lot about this Quell We wanted to go out with a especially for the They really came through in the Briefly Canyon Boosters meet on Tuesday The Canyon High School Athletic Boosters will meet at Tues day at the Commons area of the The athletic banquet will be discussed at the 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 Southern Illinois Univer sity at the Univeristy of California Polytechnic Institute and East Texas State Call T Bar M at 6257738 for schedule of Canyon Soccer Club meets Wednesday The Canyon Youth Soccer Club will have a general meeting at Wednesday at Wholesale 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edge with Beverly Williams scored seven of the points and Lyssa McBride had four In the spurt The Lady Knights got within 75 72 with left on Reglna Howards but Lloyd scored six straight points to give Texas an 8172 edge with 50 seconds left to Clarissa Davis and Jones hit two free throws apiece to preserve the Texas Reserve center Ellen Bayer alsoaided the run by shutting down Rutgers1 inside ThllM footS freshman blocked five to slow down the Lady Knights W side tandem of Howard and Sue Williams added 19 Davis had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Yolanda Wimblsh 12 for Rutgers got 24 points from Wicks and 23 from while each had 15 Austin add ed 17 points and Foley Williams and Davis made the all tournament tion of officers for the MidCities Youth Soccer Association and plans for the fall The New Braunfels is now accepting Visa Mastercard for the convenience of our Come place an ad or start your subscription today and use your OR 6259144 master charge 186 Caste 11 INTO SPRING 1981 Chrysler 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