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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports New Texas September District volleyball Key games highlight 134A NB tackles SV wants home Canyon seeks revenge All three local volleyball teams will be jockeying for position with district matches Firstplace New Braunfels travels to Kerrville to play the secondplace Tivy Lady Antlers beginn ing at 6 The Unicorns are 40 in District 134A play while Tivy is will host Boerne with the varsity match at 5 sandwiched between the freshmen and junior varsity The Lady Hounds are Smithson Valley will also be at home tonight with a 6 varsity starting The Rangerettes will meet Schertz Both teams are 2 2 in district with Smithson Valley having won its last two Photo by Deryl Clark The three local teams are involved In perhaps the most crucial District 134A football games this To top things New Braunfels in vades Kerrville to take on the Tivy The Antlers are after their first district title since and in the Unicorns they are facing the team that has invariably dominated that top position this In a preseason poll of these two teams were picked as the two so this game will give the winner the inside track in the sprint for the finish although there are several other good teams out there who will figure in the Tivy has team speed and pretty good size as while New Braunfels has a lot of but largely The Unicorns definitely have the edge in terms of This will be the first mustwin game the Antlers have played in a long The Harris Rating System ranks Tivy as the 12th best Class 4A team in the state and New Braunfels at fourth best in the At the Antlers are a 12point which just may be the total number of points scored in what should be a defensive Smithson Valley has set a number of firsts this year and hopes to reach another against Frederickburg at Ranger An openingweek win over Southside gave Smithson Valley its first win in nearly two while a victory over Lockhart last week gave the team its first district triumph as a Class 4A District 134 A District 134A Football Standing Team W L T PF PA Season Bocrne 3 0 0 121 0 Clemens 3 0 0 98 9 Hays 2 l 0 59 44 Tivy 2 0 0 45 13 Canyon 1 2 0 28 65 Lockhart l 2 0 61 39 New Braunfels 2 1 0 40 34 Smithson Valley 2 1 0 51 26 Fredcricksburg 0 3 0 23 5K District Boerne 1 0 0 23 0 Clemens 1 0 0 23 0 New Braunfels 1 0 0 10 0 Smithson Valley 100 n 12 KerrvilleTivy 0000 0 Canyon 0100 10 Hays 0100 23 Kredericksburg 0100 23 Lockhart 0 1 0 12 13 Last weeks games New Braunfels Canyon 0 Smithson Valley Lockhart 12 Bocrne Hays 0 Clemens FredericksburgO Kerrvillc Tivy open Todays Games Bocrne at Canyon Frcdericksburg at Smithson Valley New Braunfels at KerrvilleTivy Lockhart at Hays Clemens idle Tonight the Rangers will be looking for their first win at home since The Billies have struggled to an 03 getting no help in the injury department when they lost tailback Derrick Dietrich for the Playing Fredericksburg means youre playing a wellcoached This game should be Harris lists Fredericksburg as a 6point Canyon hopes to avoid starting district play with an 02 record like it did last In the Cougars re bounded winning their last six but were still shut out of the This years Canyon team is much less and overcoming an 02 start would be even Boerne blanked a very good Hays team last week and has outscored its three opponents Unlike their the Greyhounds are very patient on prefering to gain 3 yards at a time while keeping oppos ing offenses off the To upset which is an 18 point the Cougars will have to hang onto the give their quarter back passing protection and exploit an asyet untested Greyhound secon The final district game pits Lockhart at Both teams are 01 in district which could work to the Rebels advantage tonight After having lost to Hays will probably want to wast no time in reasserting itself as a force in the Having lost to Smithson Valley in its Lockhart will find it dif ficult rebounding against the talented Hays is picked by 18 Harris These are high school football listed by the Harris Hating with 1ower Point rankings SA 1 North Midland 191 i Beaumont West 4 5 Houston AI dine IKH Converse 1KH Dallas 188 188 Odessa 186 186 4A West 186 West 185 185 4 184 Bay 182 6 181 181 181 179 Wichita Falls 17V 177 Scherti 175 New US Ii7 NB 151 Smithson 14V 141 3A 1 189 2 Soulhlake 187 3 185 175 5 175 6 174 7 8 Iowa 9 173 10 Cameron 7A 1 177 2 Kast 171 4 New 170 5 Reagan I6y 6 Now liiy 7 Pilot 167 K Rogers 167 10 Iii5 A 1 Munda Ii7 U K7 i 157 4 153 153 6 15i 7 151 K Wink lio y M 10 NFL calls off weekends games PHILADELPHIA AP Talks to end the NFL strike slowly ending hopes for a quick settlement in the fourday Though both sides met again little pro gress in the past 48 hours already has chased two key management negotiators home and prompted the league to call off this weekends The holdup free Any thoughts that it would be a one two week or a threeweek strike is probably wishful or someone is being said Tex the Dallas Cowboys who left the talks Wednesday along with Dan the Pittsburgh Steelers If this is the only issue that is prolonging the then it could be a long Talks resumed at 10 today with the two chief negotiators meeting in a oneonone The last NFL in lasted 57 days and wiped out seven weeks of the On picket lines some players hurled tossed beer bottles and smashed windows of vans carrying their replacements to Charles formerly of Green Bay and now with was arrested and charged with disorderly Police said he threw an Jack managements chief threw some players when he said that six to eight weeks of hard bargaining remained even if the free agency issue is Jacks said Doug Allen of the NFL Players It can be done quickly if both sides are committed to doing it quickly by Donlan also said that while it might take as long as two months to finalize a new the strike could be settled immediately if an agreement in principle is Union chief Gene said the owners were unwilling to move on any of the Management has taken the position they will not compromise at Upshaw The union wants unrestricted fretagency for players with more than four years expericnce the owners have only offered to reduce the compensa We have an absolute difference of opinion on that Donlan said It wont be different The walkout by Schramm and Rooney came just hours after Commissioner Pete Rozelie announc ed that the weekends games were Toronto wins loses AllStar By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Toronto Blue Jays won the game but lost a lot Tony Torontos All Star shortstop and offensive was sidelined for the remainder of the season Thursday night after a hard some said illegal slide by Detroits Bill Madlock in a 43 Blue Jays Toronto extended its lead to 14 games over the Tigers in the American League East by taking the opener of a fourgame Fer nandezs fractured right had some Blue Jays talking about more than Hard play and dirty play is dif Toronto rookie second baseman Nelson Liriano shortstop Alan Tram mens got to take care Fernandez injury came in the third inning after Madlock led off with a Kirk Gibson grounded into a forceout at second and Madlock appeared to go out of the basepath and crash into Fernandez Fernandezs elbow came down on a wooden border that separates the ar tificial turf from the dirt sliding area at Exhibition Fernandez was taken to Mount Sinai where surgery was performed to wire his elbow back It was not a dirty Ag The umpire was right there and saw the whole said nicknamed Mad Dog for his tough The Blue Jays will go primarily with Manny Lee at shortstop for the remainder of the fourgame showdown and the rest of the His ability to hit major league pit ching has yet to be but few lean question Lees defensive pro American League By The Associated Press East Division W L GB Toronto 94 59 Detroit 92 60 605 la Milwaukee 85 68 9 New York 83 69 Boston 73 79 20 Baltimore 63 89 30j Cleveland 58 95 36 West Division W L GB Minnesota 83 70 542 Oakland 77 76 6 Kansas City 76 77 7 Texas 73 79 9 California 72 81 11 Seattle 70 82 12 Chicago 69 84 451 14 Thursdays Games Minnesota Texas 0 Milwaukee Boston 6 Chicago Oakland 2 Todays Games California Sutton 9ll at Cleveland Detroit Tanana 1310 at Toronto Key n New York Leiter 11 at Baltimore n Kansas City 818 at Min nesota Straker n Boston Clemens 179 at Milwaukee Chicago McDowell 201 at Oakland l ni Texas Witt 79 at Seattle Morgan 11 n National League By The Associated Press East Division W L GB Louis 90 G2 New York 87 569 Montreal KG 6C 5M Philadelphia 77 76 Pittsburgh 74 79 484 Chicago 72 80 474 18 West Division W L GB San Francisco 69 r4ti Cincinnati 76 76 7 Houston 72 80 11 Atlanta w 85 Los Angeles 86 434 17 San Diego 64 88 421 19 Thursdays Games Cincinnati San Diego 4 Philadelphia Chicago innings Atlanta Houston 7 Montreal New York 4 St Louis Pittsburgh 2 Todays Games St Louis iKorsch 115 at Chicago i Sanderson 781 Houston i Scott 1612 at Cincinnati ni Pittsburgh Bielecki 221 at New York Fernandez ni Montreal Heaton 12yi at Philadelphia Carman in San Francisco LaCoss 1310 at Atlanta in San Diego Whitson 10111 at Los Angeles n He demonstrated it by making a fine stop on a line drive by Larry Herndon that appeared headed for left field in the seventh It would have tied the game had it gone through who was up and down this season between the Blue Jays and their minor league farm club at is hitting in 47 big league The Tigers and Blue Jays will play three more games this then close out the regular season with a threegame series in Detroit the first weekend in Twins Rangers 0 Frank Viola and the Minnesota Twins topped Texas at the Metrodome for their sixth straight closing in on their first divi sion title since pitched threehit ball for eight He struck out 10 and lowered his earned run average to secondbest in the Juan Berenguer pitched a hitless striking out three more Rangers White Sox Athletics 2 Floyd Bannisters fivehitter led Chicago past won for the 10th time in his last 12 He ex tended his string of scoreless innings to 28 13 before Dwayne Murphy homered with two outs in the Bannister struck out seven and walk ed none in his 11th complete Mark McGwire hit his 47th home tying him with Torontos George Bell for the major league in the Oakland ninth after striking out in his previous three Red Sox 4 Mike Felder singled home the win ning run in the bottom of the ninth in ning and Milwaukee beat visiting Surhoff led off with a double against Joe and took third on Krnest Riles sacrifice Felder then met reliever Calvin Schiraldi with a single to right Cardinals Pirates 2 Lance Johnsons forceplay grounder with no outs scored Willie McGee with Louis second run of the ninth inning as the Cardinals beat Pittsburgh at Busch The victory increased Louis lead to 3j games over the second place New York Mets in the National League Kast and reduced its magic number to seven for a third divisional title in six Ricky picked up the victory for Expos Mets 4 Andres Galarraga hit a tworun homer and Dennis Martinez beat New York for the fourth time this season as the Kxpos look the Mets at Shea pitched five inn allowing four hits as Montreal moved to within a halfgame of the secondplace in his 22nd start since being acquired from Indianapolis on June got his fourth straight The Expos trail Louis by four Reds Padres 4 Barry Larkins double snapped a sixthinning tie and lifted Cincinnati over visiting San Diego despite a recordtying single by rookie Benito Phillies Cubs 2 Darren Daulton led off the llth inn ing with his third home run as Philadelphia beat Chicago at Wrigley Braves Astros 7 Dale Murphys runscoring infield single with two outs in the ninth inn ing lifted host Atlanta over eliminating the defending NL West champion Astros from the Murphy also had a tworun an RBI double and a single as he reached the 100RB1 mark for the fifth time in six Local capsules Billies Rangers Matchup MnitliMin up m Last year Krederlckstiurg Snilthson Lait Clemens Krederlckslmrgii alley lxckhtrt Came Kredencksburg has been struggling hadls rk the Hill ir of was held to a paltry yards o offense Clemens However at this line last the Billies were but turned things around with a M win oser thr angers and unshed with a respectable S retord Tins ear the Hangers are y improved and will not die in the second half o thefootball name TVe lungers o moved ball successfully on the ground last If the Hangers continue that they should counter that by handling the Billies offense Playerj lo watch Hanger quarterback John Masse comes Into this game with he knowledge that he is the Hangers leader lor the remainder ol Masun His per ormance tonight go a long way in determining bow tlie Hangers will tackle tlw ougher teams down the mad Tailback MlktKch is back rum a anl rushing and will see mure playing time due to a knee injury to Steve Smith the the offense has an experienced quarterback in Michael The Jlggesl player in the lilllles1 Steven Sane he illi Ibs is the defensive rluhl ackle Local miuriet yuarterhack Muywald has been advised tn doctors not to ilay the rest of the due to chronic migraines and resulting sickness Steve Smith will miss tonight with a hyperextended knee Hiis questionable for next weeks game against Samuel Clemens Cougars Cardinals Matchup IkxTiie i U Ianyon 1 Kpm Laslyear limrnc Last wick Canyon was imt li New Hraunlrls ICMI llucrmblunkid 0 Game notes K ansunc thought liotriu s VJ i win OMT Si itrard and 47 ovir Handtru imprrxsue as tlw on last s sJiuiout of Hays should primthe are or rial Hotmi has cxiiIlenl MU on the lino and live tahntfd running backs who are ktpt Irtsh In constant rotation Ianyon terrific on offense against Del alle and terrific on defense last week against New Uraunfeis To win the Cougars will have to be even Ixtter at txln departments Will tamon have enough speed to overcome the ireyhounds sue advantage is the big question Playeri to witch Halfback Todd Taylor Is averaging close to loo yards per while fullbacks Scott John Kaecher and Wayne latigUin all established run ntrs for Bocrne Mike the Greyhounds only twoway starter is a force at defensive end and right guard Canyons Chad Austin will need to come closer lo the yards he rushed for against IXl Valle than the M he had against New Braunfels for the team lo win for Steven Summers to throw often into Boernes untested secondary Jetting a big play early and taking a quick lead would help Canyon tremendously The ti reyhound are not used to playing catchup football miunes The Cougars are a little healthier than they have but that is not saying a lot Kudy Benavides hurt his ankle last week and will mUs the game Linebacker Uarrell Kich is still out with a knee but Wade should return after missing two games Jimmy Wilson will take Benavides place at wmgback Unicorns Antlers Matchup New Braunfels 1 21 1 at KerrvilleTivy 8p in Last New Braunfels Tivy 0 Braunfels defeated Canyon UM Tivy was idle Game notes Two vaunted defensive teams will slug it out tonight at Antler Stadium It is a game that features the old guard New Braunfels against a new challenger to the throne Kerrville Neither team will do anything particular ly but both teams have a special teams game Tivys Thirman Dimery and New Braunfels Jeff Bryan The Antlers have the edge in the offensive backfield with several quick backs shoulder the while New Braunfels con tinues to search for the right balance The Unicorn defense have to rely on their as they are overmatched on Die line of scrimmage and have to deal with some hardrunning backs Players te watch Thirman a Class 4 A AllSlate basketball is always an athlete to watch Although he has quiet on offense so far this he is a top free safety and is a threat lo break a punt or kickofl Unicorn coaches are wary of quick sophomore halfback Danshell Cooper and loughrunning fullback Dave Antler defensive tackles will plug the gaps in the trenches For the Glenn Herman returns to his linebacker spot to bolster an already wtlid If Danny Amador returns to full speed by Friday he can give he Unicorns a threat that will keep the Antler defense honest Local injuries The Unicorns are as split end Jeff Bryan and Amador are coming off of nagging injuries
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