New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 24, 1987, Page 10

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September 24, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Page 10    Herald-Ze/fung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Thursday    September24.198* SV hunting for win to go 2-0 in district As the Smithson Valley Hangers improve steadily, so too does the competition they are (acing Smithson Valley, coming off its first win against 4A competition, will host the Fredericksburg Billies with kickoff time at 8 p m The Hangers are looking for thc'ir first victory in two years at Hanger Stadium This would be an opportune time for the Hangers to get that win. as they are meeting a w inless Billie squad that has been beset with crippling injuries Fredericksburg lost tailback Derrick Dietrich for the season in the Billies' opening loss to Hondo Fortunately for the Billies. Dietrich will be back next year The Hangers received even more distressing news than that this week Starting quarterback Larry May wold is out for the re matnder of the season His migraine headaches .md con tinued nausea kept him out of action against Lockhart Maywald has had bad side effects to his medication and doctors have warned against any more blows to the head This means John Massey will lead the Ranger attack for the remainder of the season Massey engineered the Hangers to the IS-12 triumph of I ockhart He started the two Hanger scrimmages and saw aetioi the first two games Jay Young is now the reserve quarterback “ Massey is a good leader and has adapted well lh has helped us * said Matutu h It hurts not having Larry because he has t>een through it before But we have con fidence in John and the kids have confident e "We don't put a whole lot of burden or the quarter hr said “lithe line keeps blocking we'll bt'all right Starting ta ii bac It Steve smith will miss Friday s gam* with «i hyperextended kn«*e That cuts down lh* backfield’* depth chart but fortunately the Hangers t an plug in Mike Kcht Lockhart Edit dor: to stay fresh who rushed not play deft i again* ti tx abl >«u RANG! HS Page 11 New Braunfels’ Jimmy Simmonds wades upstream against Canyon rn last week’s Wurst Bowl (Photo by Deryl Clark) N B a district underdog? Unicorns facing big challenge in the Tivy Antlers Cougars finally getting second chance at Boerne By TIM WAITS Staff Writer Coach Jim Streety can't remember the last time his New Braunfels Unicorns were 12-pomt underdogs Neither can anyone else For the first time in a long time the Unicorns have to crane their necks upward to see a District UM \ opponent — in this case Kerrville Tivy ranked considerably higher than they Flus, the game is in Kerrv die It is an especially odd turn of events considering the Unicorns whitewashed the Antlers 35-0 a year ago “It’s a little different to be a 12-point underdog said Streety "And they don't get any easier "Last year, to be honest, there wasn't much of a clit ference between the two clubs We struggled our first three or four possessions before we got a big play and things just steam rolled after that." he said “For all in tents and purposes, they have the same personnel The big play last year was a 32-yard strike trom quarterback Alan Matney to split end l>eon Sneed for a touchdown late in the first quarter It may take an carty big play to spark the Unicorns and neutralize any Tivy advantage There may not be 35 scored by the two teams combined, much less by one team "I wouldn't think so." said Streety "I wouldn't be >ut prised to see a very defensive game "(Tivy i is a very aggressive defensive football team he said "They have eight seniors on defense so that tells you where they place the most emphasis " The Antlers returned eight offensive starters and seven defensive starters from last year s squad and have first year coach Donnie Laurence Success followed Laurence from Mount Pleasant to Texas High to Katy Taylor prior to his arrival at Tivy lie has compiled an impressive 114-32-2 record during his Starters NEW BRAUNFELS Offense I Mike Butts 12 All ti Jeff K(inkel 12 21 Steve Diet/ 12. 212 Tommy Kiesiing 12, 211 T Glenn Herman 12 I'M Jeff Ward. Mi. 213, Charles Kelley 12 IBs Th sieve Starnes 12 17u Hico Herrera ll, 2D5 Censar Castilleja 12 ITH UB Chad Schneider 12    165 KB Ray Carrillo I- 182 TH Danny Amador ii.isu Tim Ham im 12 WB Jeff Bryan 11 im Leonard Lagunas 12. 167 dins Booth ll I SE—Rodney Holland, ll 145 Kick suare/ 12 i v. Defense \<. Matt V oss ll ISS DI Chris Nev are/ ll IHI Scott Brot/e ll ITH LB Dennis lehamnn ll I St Tim Man? 12 164 Clint Herman 12. 182 Diem Herman 12 IX Steve Mantes 12 170 CB Jeff Bryan ll IM Kick sorrel 12 156 Enc Walker 12 152 SS Rodney Holland ll 145 KS Peter Gena. ll. 1*4 KERRVILLE TIVY Offense C Joel Druebert Sr 165 * • Erie Sliver Jr lie Jon Ahrens Jr JOH T Jeff Gelsone sr > David Hungers sr 271 TE Bills Williams Jr 158 WB David/ rkei Jr 1> FB Dave Draped Jr I HH KB Derek Mien sr I* DansheU Cuoper soph 156 si- 'norman Dimers Jr l^ WH Trey Northcutt Jr IJK Defense T Richard Toolev .sr 22 Bryan Sraiia Jr 2 * DE Pal DyaJ Jr 1% Beio stielton sr lib DLB Bobby Owens Sr 1*1 Tyler Bobbin Jr 11*8 MI B Kenny Edmonds Sr I** ( B Larry Garcia Sr 158, trey N ort hi ut t Jr 1 # bs ihirman Dimery til ss Robert Pride sr ne career He has guided the Antlers lo their current Nu I ranking in the Harris Ratings Poll a stark improve maut over las! year S 3-7 team Besides the concerns over the Tivy defense Street * wants to avoid the turnovers that have plagued the team See UNICORNS Page ll By TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor If Boerne beats the Canyon Cougars for the second year in a row in Friday s game it won t tx* bec a ast* the Greyhounds have snuck up on them Canyon lost in Boerne last year falling 14 7 in a game the Cougars may have taken too lightly It was definitely the game Canyon would have liked to replay the most because it may have cost the team a playoff berth But the Greyhounds are a little more conspicuous in 1987 Sure like last year Boerne swept through its non district schedule with an 2-0 record outscoring its op portent* 68-0 This year they piled up even bigger scores a combined %0 against St Gerard and Bandera But while the Greyhounds had truu ble with Hays last year in their district opener this time around Boerne whipped a much better Rebel team by a score of 23-0 If you think by now Canyon is a lit tie wary of the G rev hounds vou re absolutely right That s all I vc fx*cn hearing all week They re the ones who knot kerf us out of the playoffs said Cougar Coach Troy Burch "Then* may tx* a revenge factor there from that he said Coming off a loss to New Braunfels in its district opener last week 1 a ny on will take any factors it can get especially against a team as jKjwei ful as the Grey hounds With an offensive line that By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS George Bell hit his 47th home run and Jim Clancy pitched a five-hitter as Toronto beat the Baltimore Orioles Bell leads the majors in homers and with runs batted in with 132 Toronto has won four straight and 16 of the last 21 Bell hit his 47th home run and Clan cy pitched a five-hitter for Toronto Bell has the most home runs in the league since 1969 when Harmon Killebrew led with 49 Clancy. 15-10, won his fifth straight decision He struck out seven and walked oneTigers 4, Red Sox 0 Doyle Alexander, acquired by the Tigers in mid August, raised his record to 8-0 with Detroit with a two-hitter in a 4-0 victory over the Boston Bed Sox Toronto beat Baltimore in 12 of 13 games this season Detroit was 12*1 against Boston Alexander, obtained from Atlanta for a minor leaguer, pitched the seventh two-hitter of his career Both hits came in the first inning and he retired the final 22 batters in his third shutout since joining the Tigers Alexander is 20-3 lifetime in September, including 5 0 with DetroitTwins 4, Rangers 2 Dan Gladden, whose two run homer tied the score in the sixth inn mg hit a tie breaking triple in the eighth that led Minnesota past Texas at the Metrodome The Twins increased their lead over Oakland to five games with IO remaining for each team Hoy Smalley singled with one out in the Minnesota eighth off Jose Guz man. 14 12, and Gladden followed with a triple Don Baylor hit a pinch single with two outs to score Glad den American League National League a. The Associate! Press By The Associated Press East Division w L Pct GB East Division w L Pct GB Toronto 93 »9 612 St l»uis 89 62 589 Detroit 4*2 >4 6o9 New York 87 65 572 2D Milwaukee 84 68 553 I* Montreal rn 66 563 4 New York 83 69 *46 IU Philadelphia 76 76 500 13*-, Boston 78 483 19' Pittsburgh 74 78 487 IS* Baltimore 63 89 414 JU Chicago 72 79 477 17 Cleveland 58 95 379 351 * West Division w L Pct GB West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco act 69 546 Minn** sola 82 7U 539 Cincinnati 75 76 497 7* -j Oakland 77 75 507 5 Houston 72 79 477 IO1 v Kansas City 76 77 497 6 s > Dis Angeles 66 86 434 IT Texas 73 78 4H3 8 -t Atlanta 65 85 4:i3 17 California 72 8! 471 IU . san Diego 64 87 424 18 , Seattle 7U 82 461 12 Wednesdays Games Chicago 68 84 447 14 Philadelphia 5 Chi' ( ago 0 Wednesday s Games San Diego6, Cincinnati 4. I t innings Toronto6. Baltimore I Detroit 4 Boston (J Cleveland 8, Oakland 6 Minnesota 4, Texas 2 Milwaukee 8 New York 7 IU innings California IU. • 'hit ago 6 Kansas City 9. Seattle u Today's Games Detroit Morris 18 9 at Toronto Flanagan 5-7) Texas Hough 17-11 at Minnesota Viola 16 91 Boston Sellers 7 8 ai Milwaukee Busto 10-7) Chicago (Bannister IMI al Oakland (Davis IO) New York 4 Montreal I Atlanta 5. Houston 4 Pittsburgh 2, St Louis U San Francisco 9. lax* Angeles 8 Today s Games San Diego < Jones 8-6 at ( induna ti Hof fman9-lU> Philadelphia K Gross 9d4 at Chicago Maddux 6-13) Houston (Ryan 8 14 at Atlanta P Smith I2> Montreal Martinez 10 3 at New York (Aguilera 10 2 Pittsburgh Walk 7 2 at St Izmjis (Mage ane 8 7iindians 8, Athletics 6 Joe t arter drove in four runs, giving him HJO HBI, and his two-run single broke an eighth inning tie that sent Cleveland over Oakland Carter’s single capped a three run rally Brett Butler’s sacrifice fly made it 6-6 and a double by Julio Franco set up Carter’s hitBrewers 8, Yankees 7 Bill Schroder and Mike Felder hit run scoring singles in the bottom of the loth inning that rallied Milwaukee over New YorkRoyals 9, Mariners 0 Mark Cubics* pitched a five hitter and struck out a career high ll as Kansas City won at SeattleAngels IO, White Sox 6 Brian Downing's HBI single broke an eighth inning tie and California went on to beat ChicagoPirates 2, Cardinals 0 The St Louis Cardinals’ number for clinching the National League Fast remained on hold because Brian Fisher had the magic touch Fisher pitched a two-hitter for his third shutout of the season and Pitt sburgh defeated St Inurns to stall the Cardinals’ pennant drive The defeat reduced the Cardinals’ lead over New York to 2‘ garnet as Starters CANYON OU*ns» B ai G Dam I McBride I Julio Maderu, Jr sr 188 Greg Mc*Fart S > a rn k e n sr    I Smallwood sr .*« mer* Jr 185 KB K ITS TH Chad Austin my Wilson si ; . Wilkes Sr lM« Deems# DI Lye.. Bn an Ss a token it Sr 188 DF Robert * Handy Jones sr Spear- Jr 1N& sh* Sui Brian Yarbi CB Thomas V ilium*** Wilkes sr I*. SS I 175 KS Jimmy Wits.. Mi H BOERNE OHefiit c ii Milk. DBS • WH Krgg) latin t aet her 75 Wayne I-ar I av lur Sr 182 sh Richard i hat Oeten se DI V im Millet M I Soph in; NL MLB Hr , an DLB Turin M* h aeehrf Sr I'*.1 FN Russell I.angia*ii h u* ker sr .*c averages 21 < pours deep and #*xjx*r litx1 rn* will ta favorable a ith am Two teams start series tonightTigers,Toronto roll, stay V2-game apart St Ixmis magic number remained al nim* The Mets lx*at Montreal I Any combination of SI larnis , it tories and New 'i ork defeats totaling nine would give the Cardinals tm division titleMets 4, Expos J Gary Carter went 4 for 4 and drove in three runs and John Candelaria won his first game for New York as the Mets tx*at Montreal at Shea Stadium Candelaria obtained from < alifor ma on Sept 16 pitched six Innings and allowed three runs and five hits Huger McDowell pitched the ninth for his 25th saveGiants 9, Dodgers 8 Kevin Mitchell and Chris Speier drove tn two runs each in a five nm seventh inning as San Francisco rallied from a four run deficit to beat la>s Angeles at Candlestick Park San Francisco*! victory, combined with Cincinnati’s loss, cut the Giants magic number for clinching the NL VV cst to fourBraves 5, Astros 4 Albert Hall let! of the ninth inning with a triple to complete the cycle and scored on a wild pitch to lift Atlanta over visiting HoustonPhillies Sr Cubs 0 Lance Parrish hit a two-run homer and Bruce Buffin pitched a six hitter as Philadelphia blanked Chicago at Wrigley Field Padres 6, Reds 4 Handy Heady and John Kruk hit home runs with two outs in the 13th liming to off Jeff Montgomery to lift San Diego over Cincinnati at Hiver front Stadium Mark Davis. 9 8. pitched three inn ings of relief, allowing one hit and striking out four for the victory Dave lx*iper pitched Ute Lith to pick up hts first save lid I *h llDonlan says NFL sett could still be 8 weeks PHIL ADKLPHl \ AP I Tm* chief negotiator for Hie NKI owners said todav thai six to eight weeks of burd bargaining remain «*ii t»< fore the p *    k* is settled even Whet! the Usa af Issue of free ageiu v is settled W e have to slav aith that issu* until It is exhausted Le k Dun!un said at a hews » unlet em • before boti) side** weld bat * to Dx bargaining table as the sir k< entered its third day Donlan s comments lesser <si th** chances that games played this weekend alt games have no! vet bien officially canceled We made some minor progress on incidental areas but these were the type of liar gaining issues we should have covered months and months and months ago Donlan said "We are entrant tied in our respective imsit nuts We made it ( lear that ai* want to liberalize our system rites think compromise only exists f we change the * urrent sy ’en I don’t think there s any question rn anyone s mind that free agenes ik the key issue "Theres no question in my mind with the exhaution of free agency owners Dun Boones of the Pittsburgh steeled and lex Schramm (of the Dallas ( ow boys will go back to then respect im teams Talks to end the walkout broke up early today after H hours of actual bargaining which started Wednesday It was the longes! session since a round of talk April in Players bl the meant him* were still on picket lines where acc a s tonally. things got ugh ement away W rf I is er VV hlte Mark pout hi* * I a DUS I .I workout • In Kansan * its unloaded shotguns arui shov mg Among those rep were union (to foci ct! of the Dallas I owl I last meal! of the Nu As ful Sunday s j look good this weekend s g,tines are going to tie play***I, said lex Schramm til Hie Dallas t ow Ur, s out of two team presidents attending tfw* talks the league Win expected to make Its decision ahint tile games today While Wednesday s session go! under way »t I pm ( DI talks didn t shift to free agency the key issue until just tjefore mid night The union tias demanded free agency foi players with four years' experience ;

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