New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 4, 1987, Page 9

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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 Tailback Danny Amador rushed for 206 yards on 14 carries and scored two first half touchdowns to lead the New Braunfels Unicorns junior var sity to a win over the Seguin Matadors in both teams season opener Amador who only played a portion of the game because the Unicorns shuttled in a different backfield for every play scored on runs of 75 and 65 yards Fullback Matt Etheridge broke loose on a :t9 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to round out the Unicorn tallies Lance Light foot kick ed all thm* extra points The Matadors scored a touchdown with two minutes remaining in the game Linebacker Michael Thompson led the Unicorns in tackles Sequin 28, N B (9th) 15 The New Braunfels freshmen fell behind early due to two costly tur nosers deep in beguin territory and never recovered In th* first quarter the Unicorns turn***! the ball over their own 12 and at their own 25 which led to >t pair of Matador touchdow ns Tommy Uupil put the Unicorns on the board with a 15-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and David Serna added the point after In the fourth quarter. Serna scored on a 2-yard run Dal Hunter hit Josh Taylor with the two point conv ersion SV JV 20, Southside 0 The Smithson Valley Bangers junior varsity shut out the Southside Cardinals, scoring all three touchdowns in the first half Tailback Bills Hamilton scored on a ;u> yard sweep Derek Kuyrkendall found the end zone off a to yard pass from Shawn LaKue John DelaHosa pushed the final score across the goal line for the Bangers on a one-yard plunge DelaBosa also ran in the two-point conversion SV (9th) 38, Southside 14 Mike Hew 111 scored two touchdowns on long runs to help lead the Smithson \ allev freshmen to a lopsided victory over the '-outside Cardinals at Banger Field Hewitt broke loose on runs of atiout So yards for scores Jeremy Stockton also added a touchdown Bunning back Fernando Marino also had a good game Defensive standouts for the Bangers were Bubba Mauer and Kevin Klar Canyon JV 13, Westlake 0 A superlative defensive effort gave the Canyon junior varsity a shutout triumph over Westlake the initial game of the season Michael McBride stored on an 65-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Hilbert Hernandez in the second quarter Anthony limo josa tacked on toe extra point Scott Padalecki scored in the early part of the fourth quarter on a 15 vard interception return Defensive standouts foi the Cougar defense were defensive end Larry F ranz cornerback Eddie Lope. and linebackers Sean DeCentro and Austin Montanio The Chaparrals did not seriously threaten to score in the game Westlake 6, CHS (9th) 0 one critical defensive breakdown allowed the Austin Westlake Ch apar rah to come aw ay w ith a 6-0 victory Westlake scored on a o- yard run for the only of the game Gold Stars open play at tourney Defense was the kev word des* fliting the action a- the Nonetheless the game ended as a 0 loss •he rn* newly formed Mid Cities Hold Stars opened the soccer goals scored against the Star" during the .veeken.: even: vp.tMii) at San Antonio s Lon** ''tar Tournament las w •** kend • oaeh Daniel Pavtoschi considered the event a useful Antonio Mast experience for the young team and predicts smprovt W ith the start of the -aa 01 ♦si into high gear and w».»n w piker Jert* menl as I be season progresses lh** Mar- are made up of (p vs ranging it age from 9 ti from New Braun'eh C anyon Lake san Man os ai Wimberley I ta v play tile highest eve of cotnpetiii' soccer and art m* lee let. bv trv*Hjt rtie stat played a total of four games two ut. -ad day and two on Sunday the>** tliev captured one vc two Hrvses and one win bv (»<r ted They left with total 19 ptnnts placing them third in their di\is ion In the first game saturday the Stars, were put against San Antonio s 7s \ anlage a team many ** vide red as Use best team in th** under 12 age group Bs an Hitupert James Drury anti Hotiert (iirn levi t a av (or the New Braunteis players while I’adlt k Lu of San Ma rem and I *eter E isenhauet of W imbet lispiaved their laofits as well Ii addition goalie By an Rogers of New Brawl! I .aveit an excepiiocuU game as be fougtit <»t( countless tempts mf) goal Boger* proved twit only to be the rn v amable i aver of the ga Hie tut of the et a ire t* ar nan.' scored th*1 ‘ srst goal < OVfMT I ult1 lieu I lr >    1 Haupert score*! th. on a pass tr»»n>    >** smart self of san M. 'ohio s strikers I be penalties against th* roughness and the in despite a breathtaking e I- orw anis Bv der Mi I Lunin San Marcos • strikers but to bo av .iii Tirt' s*Hi»nd gam* e aga Bist tile san \nt on mer* did ran show in forfeit in favor of Mid C Tile Stars will t* •hrougbout the state I M. Take your pick Westlake at Canyon New Braunfels at Seguin Smithson Valley at Southside St Gerard at Boerne C Catholic at Clemens Fredericksburg at Hondo Gonzales at Hays Luling at Lockhart Uvalde at Tivy Texas AAI at SWT TUC at Pan American 'KT. at Boston < ollege Texas at Auburn Texas Tech at Florida St LSI at Texas A&M Louisiana Tech at Baylor Lamar at Bice I SC at Michigan State Adams wants same treatment as the Astros HOUSTON AP Houston Oilers owner K S Bud Adams Jr. is put tir e more pres-urt on the operators a the Houston Astrodome with renewed threats to move hi- National Football league team to Jackson Ville Fla unless he gets equal lease treatment with tne stadium - otnei tenant, baseball’s Houston Astros There s one thing that has to l>e tone for us to stay and I can -urn it up in two words equal rights Adams -aid Thursday It won t lake much to keep tis** «biers in Hou-ton vs * want the -ame deal the A-tro-have The Houston sport- Association which lease- the Astrodottie frun. Harris County a.so owns the Astros !h* association in turn leases the -e pi -Ut) Iii •U' .ation late thursday leas** proposal -ubm aa- re offed to the lh Ada veal'" season end . a ll* i -    . Association Tin* XSt Turn Ut h long. XU i** end - of that Houston million NT -port- eanwhiie woo play sea -4 in pay Hat Deryl Tom Da vid Tim Jim Clar k Labinski May Waits Webre Canyon ('an von Canyon Canyon Canyon NB NB NB NB \B SV S\ CV SY Southside Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Clemens Clemens Clemens Clemens Clemens Hondo F’burg F burg Hondo F burg Hays Hays Hays Hays Gonzales Lockhart Lockhart I^xikhart Lockhart Luling Uvalde I v aide Tivy Uvalde Uvalde SWT Texas A&I Texas A&I Texas A&I SWT Pan Am Pan Am Pan Am Pan Am TLC Boston Col Boston Col TCI TCC TCI' Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Florida St Florida St Florida St Florida St Florida St A&M LSC A&M A&M USU Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Tech Bice Bice Bice Bice Rice Michigan St use Michigan St Michigan St Michigan St in addition, the Astros get parking concessions and advertising revenue while the (biers get nothing from con cessions and advertising and only lo percent of parking Why should we subsidize ’he baseball team Adams asked Houston Sports Association of ficiais would say only that a second ease proposal w as submitted East Germans lead in World Track medals BUMF AF    Fast German Torsten Voss extended his lead in the decathlon at the World Track and Field Championships today with a trong showing rn the no meter hurdle- while world record holder and defending champion Daiey 1'hompson of Britain fell back to fourth place Meanwhile (art Lewis of the I toted '-tate- qualified for Saturday s final of the long jump when he soared 27 f<*et 5 r on his first attempt tarty tocuiv Fast Germany leads the medals count with six gold and 16 overall The soviet I mon and the I mted s1 it*-- each have ll medals four g- Ids each \ u-s was clocked in the hurdle- in ;4 seconds and increased his lead .cr Christ »n Plaziat of T rance by * • ;*>inl> to oital ' 514 after six ••vents Plaziat is second with 5.299 ar We-I Gem.an Siegfried Wentz holds third place with 5 2fos last five events the HO - discus jxiie vault javelin si meters were to be held I be hurdi* and I til av Sportsworld T loner States u bronze went U < dtev in 22 *6 t *riftUh of the I mted ti*- -liver in 21 96 and the Jamaica s Merlene In the men s 200 Calvin Smith of 'he I nited States rallied from a poor -tart to win a photo finish over Gibes Gueneherve of France Both were timed in 20 16 John Begis of Britain the early leader w as third in 20 18 smith who saw his world record in the IOO shattered by Canada s Ben Johns4>n on opening day here detend od the title he won in Helsinki four years ago Fan spurs McEnroe to four-set victory NEW A ORK AP - Has John McEnroe ready mellowed0 Or is turn md so preoccupied with personal mat'er- that he can’t be bothered Aith on court confrontations'1 McEnroe got fired up by a brush with a fan late in the third set Thursday night on the way to a 7-6 2-6 6-4. 6-2 I S Open victory over Bichey Reneberg that moved him into the third round Top seed- Steffi Graf and Ivan l^*ndl also won Thursday as did 12 other seeds Advancing to the third round in women s play were No 2 Martina Navratilova No 4 Hana Mandlikova and No 6 Helena Sukova of Czechoslovakia No 8 Gabriela -abatini of Argentina No 9 Claudia Kohde Kilsch and No 12 Bettma Bunge of West Germany and No 14 Catarina Lmdqvist of Sweden The seeded men who won were No 4 Bons Becker of West Germany No 6 Jimmy Connors No 9 Andres Gomez of Ecuador No ll Henri Leconte of Trance No 13 Brad Gilbert and No 16 Anders J arn d of sweden Navratilova wno beat Robin White b l 6-3 warned against forgetting about MandlikovaOn the air VI*-' fit KXI TSU nm it I rot11 Nor AIUM DAv if Hi -I*1 Mr H«wb*n *-*-» *1 KM •! 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