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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports September 1987 SV hunting for win to go 20 in district As the Smlthaon Valley Rangers improve so too does the competition they are Smithson coming off its first win against 4A will host the Frederlcksburg Billies with klckoff time at 8 The Rangers are looking for their first victory In two years at Ranger This would be an opportune time for the Rangers to get that as they are meeting a winless Billie squad that has been beset with crippling Fredericksburg lost tailback Derrick Dietrich for the season in the Billies opening loss to Fortunately for the Dietrich will be back next The Rangers received even more distressing news than that this Starting quarterback Larry Maywald Is out for the re mainder of the His migraine headaches and con tinued nausea kept him out of action against Maywald has had bad side effects to his medication and doctors have warned against any more blows to the This means John Massey will lead the Hanger attack for the remainder of the Massey engineered the Rangers to the 1312 triumph of He started the two Ranger scrimmages and saw action the first two Jay Young is now the reserve quarterback Is a good leader and has adapted He has helped said It hurts not having Larry because he has been through it Hut we have con fidence in John and the kids have We dont put a whole lot of burden on the he If the line keeps well be all Starting tailback Steve Smith will miss Fridays game with a hyperextended That cuts down the backfields depth but fortunately the Hangers can plug in Mike who rushed for 157 yards against Edit does not play defense and should bt able to stay Sec Page 11 New Braunfels Jimmy Simmonds wades upstream against Canyon in last weeks Wurst Bow Photo by Deryl Clark NB 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 cant remember the last time his New Braunfels Unicorns were 12point Neither can anyone For the first time in a long time the Unicorns have to crane their necks upward to see a District 134A opponent in this case Kerrville Tivy ranked considerably higher than the game is in It is an especially odd turn of events considering the Unicorns whitewashed the Antlers 350 a year Its a little different to be a 12point said And they dont get any Last to be there wasnt much of a dif ference between the two We struggled our first three or four possessions before we got a big play and things just steamrolled after he For all in tents and they have the same The big play last year was a 32yard strike from quarterback Alan Matney to split end Leon Sneed for a touchdown late in the first It may take an early big play to spark the Unicorns and neutralize any Tivy There may not be 35 scored by the two teams much less by one I wouldnt think said I wouldnt be sur prised to see a very defensive is a very aggressive defensive football he They have eight seniors on so that tells you where they place the most The Antlers returned eight offensive starters and seven defensive starters from last years squad and have first year coach Donnie Success followed Laurence from Mount Pleasant to Texas High to Katy Taylor prior to his arrival at He has compiled an impressive 114322 record during his Starters NEW BRAUNFELS Offense CMike GJeff 213 Steve 212 Tommy TGlenn 194 Jeff 213 Charles TESteve 170 Rico 205 Ceasar QBChad FBRay TBDanny 150 Tim KM Leonard 167 Chris 145 156 Defense 195 DTChris Scott 178 LBDennis 156 Tim 164 Clint 182 Glenn 194 Steve CBJeff 134 Rick 156 Eric SSRodney FSPeter KERRVILLE TIVY Offense 165 GEric Jon Jr 208 David TKBilly Jr yBUavid 158 FBUave Jr HBDerek Sr Danshell 150 Jr 158 WB Trey Defense TRichard 223 Bryan Sralla Jr 250 DEPal 195 Beto 186 OUBBobby 191 Tyler MLBKenny CB Larry 158 Trey Jr 185 He has guided the Antlers to their current No 13 ranking in the Harris Ratings Poll a stark improve ment over last years 37 Besides the concerns over the Tivy Streety wants to avoid the turnovers that have plagued the team See Page 11 ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor If Boerne beats the Canyon Cougars for the second year in a row in Fridays it wont be because the Greyhounds have snuck up on Canyon lost in Boerne last falling 147 in a game the Cougars may have taken too It was definitely the game Canyon would have liked to replay the most because it may have cost the team a playoff But the Greyhounds are a little more conspicuous in like last Boerne swept through its nondistrict schedule with an 20 outscoring its op ponents This year they piled up even bigger a combined 960 against Gerard and But while the Greyhounds had trou ble with Hays last year in their district this time around Boerne whipped a much better Rebel team by a score of If you think by now Canyon is a lit tle wary of the youre absolutely Thats all Ive been hearing all week Theyre the ones who knocked us out of the said Cougar Coach Troy There may be a revenge factor there from he Coming off a loss to New Braunfels in its district opener last Ca nyon will take any factors it can especially against a team as power ful as the With an offensive line thai Starters CANYON Olfense C Brian Sr Dam Sr Ranch Sr TJulio HamU 188 Greg Jr Brian 191 TK Handy Sr 200 QB Steven Sum Jr 185 KB Kelly Mulhollan sr 175 TB Chad Jr lfr WB my Sr 17u UK SE ilium Sr Ifio Defense DT man Jr Brian Ill Kan Sr 188 DE Robert Randy Sr rharlr Spvarv Jr Shane Brian Sr CB Thomas Si Sr 160 SSKelly Mulhollan U 175 FS Jimmy Sr 17u Two teams start series tonight stay 2game apart THE ASSOCIATED PRESS George Bell hit his 47th home run and Jim Clancy pitched a fivehitter as Toronto beat the Baltimore Bell leads the majors in homers and with runs batted in with Toronto has won four straight and 16 of the last Bell hit his 47th home run and Clan cy pitched a fivehitter for Bell has the most home runs in the since 1969 when Harmon KUIebrew led with his fifth straight He struck out seven and walked Tigers Red Sox 0 Doyle acquired by the Tigers in raised his record to 80 with Detroit with a two hitter in a 40 victory over the Boston Red Toronto beat Baltimore in 12 of 13 games this Detroit was 121 against obtained from Atlanta for a minor pitched the seventh twohitter of his Both hits came in the first inning and he retired the final 22 batters in his third shutout since joining the Alexander is 203 lifetime in including 50 with Twins Rangers 2 Dan whose tworun homer tied the score in the sixth inn hit a tiebreaking triple in the eighth that led Minnesota Texas attheMetrodome The Twins increased their lead over Oakland to five games with 10 remaining for each Hoy Smalley singled with one out in the Minnesota eighth off Jose Guz and Gladden followed with a Don Baylor hit a pinch single with two outs to score Glad American League By The Associated Press East Division w L GB Toronto 93 59 612 Detroit 92 59 4 Milwaukee 84 68 9 New York 83 69 10 Boston 73 78 194 Baltimore 63 89 30 Cleveland 58 95 354 West Division W L GB Minnesota 82 70 Oakland 77 75 5 Kansas City 76 77 64 Texas 73 78 California 72 81 104 Seattle 70 82 461 12 Chicago 68 84 14 Wednesdays Games Toronto Baltimore 1 Detroit Boston 0 Cleveland Oakland 6 Minnesota Texas 2 Milwaukee New York innings California Chicago 6 Kansas City Seattle 0 Todays Games Detroit Morris 189 at Toronto Flanagans Texas Hough 17111 at Minnesota Viola 169 Boston Sellers 78 at Milwaukee Bosio 107 Chicago Bannister 131 n at Oakland Davis 10 National League By The Associated Press East Division W L CB Louis 89 62 New York 87 65 Montreal 85 66 4 Philadelphia 76 76 Pittsburgh 74 78 15 Chicago 72 79 17 West Division w L GB San Francisco 83 69 546 Cincinnati 75 76 497 Houston 72 79 477 104 Los Angeles 66 86 17 Atlanta 65 85 433 17 San Diego 64 87 Wednesdays Games Philadelphia Chicago 0 San Cincinnati innings New York Montreal 3 Atlanta Houston 4 Pittsburgh Louis 0 San Francisco Los Angeles 8 Todays Games San Diego Jones 86 at Cincinnati Hof fman 910 Philadelphia K Gross 914 at Chicago Maddux 613 Houston Ryan814 at Atlanta P Smith 12 Montreal Martinez 103 at New York AguUeralo2 Pittsburgh Walk 72 at Louis Magrane87 Indians Athletics 4 Joe Carter drove in four giv ing him 100 and his tworun single broke an eighthinning tie that sent Cleveland over Carters single capped a threerun Brett Butlers sacrifice fly made it 66 and a double by Julio Franco set up Carters Brewers Yankees 7 BUI Schroder and Mike Felder hit runscoring singles in the bottom of the 10th inning that rallied Milwaukee over New Royals Mariners 0 Mark Gubicza pitched a fivehitter and struck out a careerhigh 11 as Kansas City won at Angels White Sox 4 Brian Downings RBI single broke an eighthinning tie and California went on to beat Pirates Cardinals 0 The Louis Cardinals number for clinching the National League East remained on hold because Brian Fisher had the magic Fisher pitched a twohitter for his third shutout of the season and Pitt sburgh defeated Louis to stall the Cardinals pennant The defeat reduced the Cardinals lead over New York to 2games as Louis magic number remained ai The Mets beat Montreal Any combination of Louis vic tories and New York defeats totaling nine would give the Cardinals the division Mets Expos 3 Gary Carter went 4 for 4 and drove in three runs and John Candelaria won his first game for New York as the Mets beat Montreal at Shea obtained from Califor nia on pitched six innings and allowed three runs and five hits Roger McDowell pitched the ninth for his 25th Giants Dodgers 8 Kevin Mitchell and Chris Speier drove in two runs each in a seventhinning as San Francisco rallied from a fourrun deficit to beat Los Angeles at Candlestick Park San Franciscos combined with Cincinnatis cut the Giants magic number for clinching the NL West to Braves Astros 4 Albert Hall led of the ninth inning with a triple to complete the cycle and scored on a wild pitch to lift Atlanta over visiting Phillies Cubs 0 Lance Parrish hit a tworun homer and Bruce Ruffin pitched a sixhitler as Philadelphia blanked Chicago at Wrigley Field Padres Reds 4 Randy Ready and John Kruk hit home runs with two outs in the 13th inning to off Jeff Montgomery to lift San Diego over Cincinnati at River front Mark pitched three inn ings of allowing one hit and striking out four for the victory Dave Leiper pitched the 13th to pick up his first BOERNE Oftense Brian Jr Mike Sr J17 Sr T Chris Mdiahan Jr Jr Jiy TK KUrl 186 yli lUUKIf Uiwson Jr John Sr lyj s0n Wayne 1anntHm Jr Sr Chip Jacks SK Kithard CharnlHrlam sr Defenit Chuck kcr M Scott Sr 175 DK Chuck Ili Soph Mikr Ilavi M M llr van UunKii si Torin Mctov sr Sr IX iH Chad Hunhi Jarrilt 1almirri 1 FSKussell Jr ss Sr ifii averages 2H pounds per man m1 a deep and experienced backfieid Boerne will aide to matih up favorahlv with anvoiuin the district Srmor nnht Mike Davis an chors tlulino in at 217 with Monloivy transfer chns Mctiahan tinlargest playr on the field at pounds up in the WHIR T formation will In1 halfback Todd who has already rushed for yards and and a rotation of thnv Rottd fullbacks seniors John Faecher and Scott Miller and junior Wayne Utnubein Boerne is a patient con lent to run the ball in H yard chunks w In tkm n the dork It took them lu plays to 2K yards or a svore last wetk Theyll luil you to sietp just barely the first then all of a sudden theyll hit you with a play action Hurch said the only two way starter heads a defeMMUline that LS almost as lui as the unit Keplar Illtf a middle linebacker like Mitch Miis1is to i IHJI aie uil hurting uith Hran Hunker the center o the leld 1 he one the I i rey hounds have not IHVH tested this ls m defensive secondary which could gui1 Canyon the it s for Conierback Jairett Palmien and fret1 safety and this is first season at the position having played cornerback last year Canyons passing attack is poten but MIOAII more SetCOUGARS Piiqe 11 Donlan says NFL settlement could still be 8 weeks away The chief negotiator lor the NFL owners said today that six to weeks of hard bargaining remain ed before the players strike could be even when the major issue of free agency is settled We have to stay with that issue until it is Jack Donlan said at a news conference before sides went back to tin bargaining table as the strike entered its third day Donlans comments lessened the chances that games would be played this although the games have not yet leen officially We made some minor progress on incidental but these were the type of bargaining issues we should have covered months and months and months Donlan said We are entrenched in our respective positions We made it clear that we wunt to liberalize our system They think compromise only exists if we change the current system 1 dont think theres any question in anyones mind that free agency is the key Theres no question in my mind with the exhaulion of fret owners Dan Kooney of the Pittsburgh Steelersi and Tex Schramm of the Dallas Cowboys will go back to their respective Talks to end the walkout broke up early today after of actual which started It was the longest session since a round of talks April in the were still on picket lines occa things got ugly In a busload ol substitute players was pelted with eggs and a ruck smashed a win dow The went to court after sinking players pounded a Ims carrying subs to workouts In Kansas there were unloaded a slashed tire and shoving Among those reporting for work were union defectors Handy White of the Dallas Cowboys and Mark iastnieau of the New York Jets As for Sundays games it didnt look good I wouldnt IKencouraged that this weekends games are going to be said Tex Schramm of the Dallas one of team presidents attending the talks The league was expected to make its decision about the games today While Wednesdays session got under way at i p m talks didnt shift to free agency the key issue until just before mid night The union has demanded free agency for players with four years experience
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