New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 11, 1987, Page 9

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November 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A Herald-Ze/fung. New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday November 11.1987 Big haul PaCrn Ha/ifiot MARINA Tom Labinski Time is ripe for all 3 football teams to win The Henshaw Brothers (from left to right Andy, Shody and Allen) and Larry Zeeb (far right), all from Bulverde, came back from a fishing trip to Rockport with quite a collection The foursome from Mouse’s Smokehouse Restaurant, along with guide Howard Brown, landed 23 redfish with an average weight of l01/2-pound average. Also taken was 7-pound speckled trout Briefly Granted, the New Braunfels Unicorns need a lit tie help to make it into the playoffs Friday night, but they are asking a favor of the right team In order for New Braunfels to have any chance to make the playoffs and face Uvalde in a bi district game, the Unicorns need Canyon to upset Kerrville Tivy Fat chance, right'* After all. the Antlers have lost only one game all season, that being a 19 17 loss to district champion Samuel Clemens two weeks ago Canyon, on the other hand, is nearing the completion of one of its most disappointing and frustrating seasons in memory The Cougars thought they ran into bad luck last season, finishing 8 2 and still missing out on the playoffs That pales to the misfortune they've run into in 1987 With the wealth of talent it lost to graduation, no one expected Canyon to w in the title hut the> were a good bet to be among the leaders Instead, a string of nagging injuries and just plain bad breaks leaves Canyon with a 2 7 record going into the final week of play The Cougars have played at the level of their competition all season long Games against Fredericksburg and laxkhart should have been won but weren’t because of a few sloppy plays or ill timed penalties Bv the same token, no team has matched Ca nvon for playing the district s elite teams tough Two bad playa killed any chance of upsetting New Braunfels in a UM) loss The same number of key plays were all that separated Canyon and Boerne in a Mal loss Against Clemens, the Cougars more than held their own for a half Two costly lur novers in the third quarter got the Buffaloes roll mg to a 31 15 victory And the Cougars fought tooth and nail with Hays and had a chance to at least tie the game late in the fourth quarter Having played and lost to Clemens last week Tivy could be just banged up and weary enough to take Canyon lightly which would be a big mistake The Cougars have been clos** to upsetting each of the district leaders and the law of averages says the\ will succeed one of these games This is their last chance and they will In* fired up foi a victory VS hat better time especially tor New Brauntels. than now The Unicorns will have their own hands full and won t tx1 able to worry about the Tivy Canyon game until they beat Hays The I mcoms are coming oft a lackluster win over Smithson Valley but New Braunfels has a history of refunding (rom a sub par game with one of its tatter efforts Witness its impressive 24 22 w in over Boerne following a 27 7 loss to Tiv y to ith a playoff sjxrt possibly in the balance, ami Hays possibly flat after being knocked out of th*1 race last week. look for the Unicorns to bounce back w ith another great effort Fven if the row ani of a bi district game proves toe elusive you van Count on New Braunfels to go out w ith class ami to at least go down sw inging Smithson Valley has the unfortunate task of tak trig on Boerne, another team with playoffs hop***' albeit slim But the Hangers put forth a monumental effort against the Unicorns last week and s nil th son Valley must tx* thinking it can do it again b v en it the game didn t notch another win on their record it has to help the team s confidence Hanger Coach .bx* Matulich said he h.mn ? been around long enough to understand th** ri\ alrv but knows that for some teas*rn hi*, team is esp*** laity eager to take on Boerne The two are longtime rivals and fin Greyhounds usually played th** dominant role o\< i Smithson \ alley in District 27 3A Vs mu* ti a" his team enjoys getting up to play (.'anyon ami New Braunfels Matulich said the Hangers enjov play mg B<x*rm* that much more The three local teams have not all tx***n winner" on the same night all season I he odds may to against it happening this Friday night txit it is not mil of the qut stion And it couldn t happen at a t**f ter tim** NBMS 8th grade A team blasts Corbett, 40-0 Kyle Herman scored three touchdowns and the New Braunfels eighth grade A team rolled to a 40-0 win over Corbett Herman scored the first two touchdowns on runs of 60 and 27 yards and he returned the second half kickoff 77 yards for another In the first half. C huck Herrera and Jason Mattingly scored on I yard runs Herrera hit Rudy Ybarra with a two-point conversion to give the Unicorns a 26-0 lead at halftime After Hermans kickoff return Ryan Williams hit Mike Sherrer with a pass for the two point conversion The Unicorns final score came on a 7 yard run by Mattingly The Unicorns finish the season with an impressive 7-1 record NBMS 8th grade B team shuts out Corbett, 14-0 The New Braunfels eighth grade B team wound up with a 4-2 2 mark with a 14-0 victory over Corbett Andrew Juarez scored first on a VT yard burst Daniel Flores scored the final touchdown on a 2 yard run. which w as set up by a Tony Johnson interception Juarez ran for the two point conversion NBMS 7th grade A team deadlocked with Corbett With 4o seconds left in th** game Mario Davila hit James Sargent with a 15-yard pass for a touchdown Dustin Simon ran in the two point conversion to account for a 14 14 deadlock between the New Braunfels seventh grade A team and Corbett The touchdown was set up when Shawn Jurica blo* ked a Corbett punt The first Unicorn score was a 13-yard pass trom -Sargent to Tony Mar lim*/ on a split end reverse pass play The I mcoms finish a successful year with a a I 2 mark NBMS 8th grade B team nips Corbett late It was a night of spine tingling ex citement lur the New Braunfels seventh grade which won22 14 With eight seconds left in the game Reagan overall uncorked a 51 yard bomb to Judd Sanders to break a 14 14 fie Raymond Juarez ran the two point conversion Jay Garza opened the scoring for the Unicorns with a syard burst Juarez again ran for the two point conversion Overall scored Hie other six points on a quarterback sneak The I nicorns closed the season with a 2-1 4 record N B Junior League all-star game Saturday The New Braunfels Junior Football league will play its All-star game at 2 p rn saturday at Unicorn stadium The Toros the winner of the regular season will play the all-stars from the three remaining teams Ticket prices for the game are SI for adults and $ 50 for children Men's softball tourneys weekends in Comal Park The Sports C onnection is sponsor mg men s softball tournaments on Saturdays and Sundays at Comal Park Try the new softball concept It s a softball game played with seven players, three bases (home first and third1 set 90 feet apart and a new in field angle For more information on the new softball concept and or information regarding participation in the last softball tournaments of the year. con tact C P Campos at 625-5338 Volleyball latest in Corporate Challenge Volleyball will be the sport of the month as the Tri -City Corporate ('hallenge continues Nov 15 The ('hallenge is open to any business in the New Braunfels. Seguin or San Marcos areas The volleyball tournament w ill be played at Starcke Park in Seguin w ith a cost of $4U per team All teams w ill be co-rec. with three females and three males on the court at all time The roster limit is 17 For more information contact Charlie Sandberg at 625-5818 or Reg gie Wiliams at 379-3212 Two tennis tourneys scheduled for November The New Braunfels Fall Open ten ms tournament will take place Non 14-15 and the Fall Seniors Tourna men! will be Nov 2122 The Open is for players of any agr and caliber Divisions will be the Championship with men s single*-doubles and mixed doubles and women singles, doubles and mixed doubles for more experienced player" Plaver" that ski not par ticipate as much may enter the regular division with mens singles and women s singles The hall Seniors Tournament i" div ided in age categories 35 and up 45 and up and >• and up Par ticipants ma\ enter either men s or women s -angles or doubles or mixed doubles Fntry fee- for the both tour naments is 69 for "ingles old $18 tor doubles Students are $5 and ll" Deadline for entrv t" Nov 12 for the Open and Nov 19 tor the Senior-Tournament Kntries may t** mailed to Bob Young HH Mission Drive New Braunfels THI Jo The tournament will be headquartered -it New Braunfels High School and is "pen sored by the New Braunfels Tennis Association Pictures taken of opening day hunters Tin* New Bmunieh Herald Zeitung will honor ail successful deer hunters on opening day with a published photo of their trophies ( Oma! County s di*«*r season opens November 14 and anyone who has legally taken a trophy on that chiv may be included in the Outdoor" se* tion on Nov is special recognition will tx* given to the day s largest set of antlers To have your deer included bring it to the Herald Nettling offices at 707 Lamia Street on Nov 14 tx*ginning at 8 OO a rn Aerobic workout classes set by Community Ed Spurs make it close, but Lakers take 133-124 win Two aerobic t iu"N**" are being of fered through the New Braunfels Isl) Community Fell ation The beginner * lass features easy to follow moves with low impact and low intensity workouts The four week session is available for $12 or Ii 25 per class The class meets from 5:15^> p rn The multi level class emphasizes instruction and proper execution of exercises The running ’ part of the class is atxiut 30 minutes long All fitness levels can tx* accommodated The fee* for this class is based on a $1 drop in rate The class meets from *> 7pm Both daises are Co-Ed and w ill run through Dec 21 If you want a good running workout or a slower paced exercise class come to the Academy Street gy m on Mondays Wednesday s and Thursdays for the class geared for you Recreation Center needs spare equipment All individuals interested in donating any sporting equipment or older but in good shape pool tables, bumper pool tables, gymnastics mats weight equipment, etc , should call the Parks and Recreation Department at 625 5818 and ask for Charlie Sandberg The equipment donated will be us ed in the new Landa Park Recreation < enter when It is completed Also, we are interested in instructors for aerobics, jazzercise. football, basket ball tennis volleyball, arts and crafts, yoga weight training and others Bv the associated press SAN ANTONIO    The    Sail Antonio Spurs kept pace with the Ia» Angeles Lakers for three periods but then guard Fan in Magic Johnson and center Hareem \bdul J abhor came to life They ttx>k over the game rn tinclosing minute" to lead the Lakers to a 133 124 victory i’oesduy night “The Spurs played well hut we got some quick baskets when they counted said John"on who finished the game with 21 points and 6 re fxiunds They ll tx* a good team this year tx*oause of gtxxi team move ment and a good berteh But the Lakers intend t take car* of business thi" year The Lakers led 9»> 90 at the star* of th** fourth quarter The two ti ains traded field goals and the Lakers began inching away to ith just under 4 minutes to ; .av Johnson and Abdul Jabbar coml rn**, for i i of the next 15 Lakers baskets to pull ahead I a* Ilr. Mavs 117, Sonics 101 Reserve Dale Fills ared 28 points tuesday night tot Seat!a t ut ,* nd'ii t nearly emxigh atter Dallas outscored Hie Sonics 41 20 in th** s** cond quarter for a » * 4* halftime lead Mark Aguirre veur**d 3 > point" and Derek Harper had a career high * assists for the Mavericks Rockets 118, Blazers 111 Houston outlasted Portland a" Ralph Sampson had 25 points and World B I* re** M oped six in til** (lftai two minutes I* re** hit two free throws and a basket to put Houston ahead 112 111 with I 14 left With ti seconds let! two more tree throw" bv Free put Houston ahead lit* 111 Ktxlnev Mn tov added if points and Akeem Olajuwon had It points and 14 rebounds tor Houston < iyde Drexier led th* Trail Blazers va Uh 2* points Suns 123, Warriors 109 Rookie Coach John Wetzel got ins first NBA victorv as Walter Davis st ored kl points ami Fddie Johnson 25 for Phoenix against Golden Stat# The Suns now I 2 led 97 78 after three quarters lx*fore the Wart tors mad** a late run Jeff Hornacek who scored IO of his 18 points in the fourth quartei hit thr«*e baskets to help Phoenix rebuild its advantage to 111 95 Hawks 105, Bulls 95 Chicago held Vtianta lo 38 perient shooting and Michael Jordan stored 29 points Tile Hawks with Dominique NBA 8* The AsMK«Ji*e<3 Pr*o EASTEP* CONM XI stet Atlantic Oivivion    «v I Bo"ton Philadelphia Nev* Jersev    I New 5 of k vs ,t>iitngb>n Centra* 0»»i$*«n Cfm ago Vt I ant a    J    I indiana    2 Milwaukee t'lev Hand Detroit    I Al VTIXX CON* I Mf Hi I Midarett D- Dallas I tern et Roust en    J    I Sat ramenh*    2    I San V: tom.    I I Uh    I Pct 08 P«iti{ Division I. 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