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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn Amador runs wild in 21 8 JV win over Seguin New Texas 1987 Tailback Danny Amador rushed for 206 yards on 14 carries and scored two firsthalf touchdowns to lead the New Braunfels Unicorns junior var sity to a win over the Seguin Matadors in both teams season who only played a portion of the game because the Unicorns shuttled in a different backfield for every scored on runs of 75 and 65 Fullback Matt Etheridge broke loose on a nyyarci touchdown in the fourth quarter to round out the Unicorn tallies Lance Lightfoot kick ed all three extra The Matadors scored a touchdown with two minutes remaining in the game Linebacker Michael Thompson led the Unicorns in Seguin NB 9th 15 The New Kraunfels freshmen fell behind early due to tsvo costly tur novers deep in Seguin territory and never recovered In the first quarter the Unicorns turned the ball over their own 12 and al their own svhuh led to a pair of Matador touchdowns Tommy Cupil put the Unicorns on the board with a 15yard touchdown run in the second quarter and David Serna added the point In the fourth Serna scored on a 2yard Dal Hunter hit Josh Tavlor with the twopoint SV SouthsideO The Smithson Valley Rangers junior varsity shut out the Southside scoring ail three touchdowns in the first Tailback Billy Hamilton scored on a 35yard Derek Kuyrkendall found the end off a 30yard pass from Shawn John DelaHosa pushed the final score across the goal line for the Hangers on a oneyard plunge DelaRosa also ran in the twopoint SV 9th Southside 14 Mike Hewitt scored two touchdowns on long runs to help lead the Smithson Valley freshmen to a lopsided victory over the Soutside Cardinals at Hanger Hewitt broke loose on runs of about 50 yards for scores Jeremy Stockton also added a touchdown Running back Fernando Marino also had a good Defensive standouts for the Rangers were Bubba Mauer and Kevin Canyon JV Westlake 0 A superlative defensive effort gave the Canyon junior varsity a shutout triumph over Westlake the initial game of the Michael McBride scored on an 85 yard touchdown reception from quarterback Gilbert Hernandez in the second Anthony Hino josa tacked on the extra point Scott Padalecki scored in the early part of the fourth quarter on a 35 yard interception Defensive standouts for the Cougar defense were defensive end Larry cornerback Eddie Lopez and linebackers Sean DeCentro and Austin Montanio The Chaparrals did not seriously threaten to score in the Westlake CHS 9th 0 One critical defensive breakdown allowed the Austin Westlake Chapar rals to come away with a 60 Westlake scored on a run for the only of the game Take your Westlake at New Braunfels al Smithson Valley at Gerard at Catholic at Fredericksburgat Gonzales at Luling at Texas at TLC at Pan TCU at Boston Col Texas al Texas Tech at Florida LSU at Texas Louisiana Tech at Lamar at USC at Michigan Gold Stars open play at tourney Defense was the key word describing the action as the newly formed MulCuies Gold Stars opened the soccer season at San Antonios Lone Star Tournament last wrtkomi Coach Daniil considered the event a useful experience for he young and predicts improve ment as the season progresses The Stars are made up of ranging in age rum in 11 from New Uraunfds Cam on San Marros am The plas the highest lesel ol competition MKcer and are seltriiii by Ihe a total n our cam on SaUir da and on if these tfus captured one two losses and one win forfeit The left with a total of placing them third in their division In the drsl game Saturday the Stars wenpitted against San Antonio s antage a team main eun suiereti as the bvst team in the under 12 age group Hyan Haupert James Dmr and Robert or the New Bramiiels while Patrick Luna of Marcus and IVter Ktsenhauer of V ilisplaseil then well In goalie Ryan Rogers of New Hraunfels an exceptional game as lie fought off countless at tempts on goal Rogers not onl to Inthe most player of the but of the entire tournament Well the eame ended as a io loss the most goals scored against the Stars during the weekend event With the start of the second the Gold Stars kick ed into high gear and won with a score of Jo against San Antonio Mash Striker Jem an Noy o New Braunfels scored the first goal on a mulfield blasting the ball over the goalies head Haupert scoreii the ccunt point during the second nalt on a pass mm NIA Stuart Self of Marcos aiiii Kichari i nyon Lake aided tn holding s roster the ing San An tonios Strikers I tie iMHie Aas piagueil with the penalties against the Milkers to excessive roughness and the M in half despite a breathtaking elfort Hour Forwards Ruler New Hi Lunin San Marcos combmeti challenge the but to no avail The game eiuied with a 1 core The second game ol the dav sciledlllei the Stars against tinSan Jammer however the Jam mers till Hot him illic u rUiei forfeit Mm tlties The Stars will Upiavmg numerous tournaments throughout the stale the ear 1hev late this and recentlv returned from s wnk lung soccer camp in San Marcos Adams wants same treatment as the Astros HOUSTON Houston Oilers owner K S Bud Adams is put ting more pressure on the operators of the Houston Astrodome with renewed threats to move his National Football Ixague team to Jackson Fla unless he gets equal lease treatment with tne stadiums other baseballs Houston Theres one thing that has to be done for us to and I can sum it up in two words equal Adams said It wont take much to keep the Oilers in We want the same deal the Astros The Houston Sports which leases the Astrodome from Harris also owns the Astros The association in turn leases the stadium to the Oilers oilers officials today wencon sidering a second lease proposal sub nutted bv the Houston Sports AsDciation late Thursday The in itial lease proposal last week w as rejected by the dltrs The Oilers realiv dont want to Adams Weve been here 2K years Mv family s but we cant competitive in the NFL unless we get equal 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champion Daley Thompson of Britain fell back to fourth Carl Lewis of the 1niUd States qualified for Satur days final of the long jump when he soared 27 on his first attempt Kast Germany leads the medals count with six gold and 16 The Soviet Union and the United States each have 11 four golds Voss was clocked in the hurdles in 14 hi seconds and increased his lead over Christian Plaziat of France by M points to total after six is second with and West German Siegfried Wentz holds third place with The last Jive events the 110 pole javelin and meters were to be held today Florence Griffith of the Lmted States touk the silver in and the bronze went to Jamaicas Merlene Ottev in 22 In the mens Calvin Smith of the United States rallied from a poor start to win a photo finish over Gilles Queneherve of Both were timed in John Regis of the early was third in who saw his world record in the 100 shattered by Canadas Ben Johnson on opening day defend ed the title he won in Helsinki four years Fan spurs McEnroe to fourset victory NEW YORK AP Has John McEnroe really mellowed Or is his mind so preoccupied with personal matters that he cant be bothered with oncourt confrontations McEnroe got fired up by a brush with a fan late in the third set Thurs day night on the way to a 62 Open victory over Richey Reneberg that moved him into the third Top seeds Steffi Graf and Ivan Lend also won as did 12 other Advancing to the third round in womens play were 2 Martina Navratilova 4 Hana Mandlikova and 6 Helena Sukova of Czechoslovakia 8 Gabriela Sabatini of Argentina 9 Claudia KohdeKilsch and 12 Bettina Bunge of West Germany and 14 Catarina Lindqvist of The seeded men who won were 4 Boris Becker of West Germany 6 Jimmy Connors 9 Andres Gomez of Ecuador 11 Henri Leconte of France 13 Brad and 16 Anders Jarryd of who beat Robin White warned against forgetting about We can get you a Fleet Deal on a new Let us some time and 1512 6205651 save money you SAVE MAU IKONS ClAUMIMS FREE CUSTOM FEATURES 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