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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Big haul New Texas MARINA November Tom Labinski Time is ripe for all 3 football teams to win The Henshaw Brothers from left to right Shody and Allen and Larry Zeeb far all from came back from a fishing trip to Rockport with quite a The foursome from Mouses Smokehouse along with guide Howard landed 23 with an average weight of Also taken was 7 pound speckled Briefly the New Braunfels Unicorns need a lit tle help to make It Into the playoffs Friday but they are asking a favor of the right In order for New Braunfels to have any chance to make the playoffs and face Uvalde in a bi district Unicorns need Canyon to upset Fat right After the Antlers have lost only one game all that being a 1917 loss to district champion Samuel Clemens two weeks on the other is nearing the com pletion of one of its most disappointing and frustrating seasons in The Cougars thought they ran into bad luck last finishing 82 and still missing out on the That pales to the misfortune theyve run into in With the wealth of talent it lost to no one expected Canyon to win the but they were a good bet to be among the a string of nagging injuries and just plain bad breaks leaves Canyon with a 27 record going into the final week of The Cougars have played at the level of their competition all season Games against Fredericksburg and Lockhart should have been won but werent because of a few sloppy plays or illtimed By the same no team has matched Ca nyon for playing the districts elite teams Two bad plays killed any chance of upsetting New Braunfels in a loo The same number of key plays were all that separated Canyon and Boerne in a 140 Against the Cougars more than held their own for a Two costly tur novers in the third quarter got the Buffaloes roll Ing to a 3115 Ahd the Cougars ought tooth and nail with Hays and had a chance to at least tic the game late In the fourth Having played and lost to Clemens last Tivy could be just banged up and weary enough to take Canyon which would be a big The Cougars have been close to upsetting each of the district and the law of averages says they will succeed one of these This is their last chance and they will be fired up for a What better especially for New than now The Unicorns will have their own hands and wont be able to worry about the TlvyCanyon game until they beat The Unicorns are coming off a lackluster win over Smithson but New Braunfels has a history of rebounding from a subpar game with one of its better Witness Its impressive 24 22 win over Boerne following a 277 loss to With a playoff spot possibly in the and Hays possibly flat after being knocked out of the race last look for the Unicorns to bounce back with another great Even if the reward of a bidlstrlct game proves too you can count on New Braunfels to go out with class and to at least go down Smithson Valley has the unfortunate task of tak ing on another team with playoffs albeit But the Rangers put forth a monumental effort against the Unicorns last and Smithson Valley must be thinking it can do it Kven If the game didnt notch another win on their it has to help the teams Ranger Coach Joe Matulich said he hasnt been around long enough to understand the but knows that for some reason his team Is especially eager to take on The two are longtime rivals and the Greyhounds usually played the dominant role over Smithson Valley In District As much as his team enjoys getting up to play Canyon and New Matulich said the Hangers enjoy play Ing Boerne that much The three local teams have not all been winners on the same night all The odds may be against It happening this Friday but it is not out of the And it couldnt happen at a bet NBMS 8th grade A team blasts 400 Kyle Herman scored three touchdowns and the New Braunfels eighthgrade A team rolled to a 400 win over Herman scored the first two touchdowns on runs of 60 and 27 yards and he returned the second half kickoff 77 yards for In the first Chuck Herrera and Jason Mattingly scored on 1yard Herrera hit Rudy Ybarra with a twopoint conversion to give the Unicorns a 260 lead at After Hermans kickoff Ryan Williams hit Mike Sherrer with a pass for the twopoint The Unicorns final score came on a 7yard run by The Unicorns finish the season with an impressive 71 NBMS 8th grade B team shuts out 140 The New Braunfels eighthgrade B team wound up with a 422 mark with a 140 victory over Andrew Juarez scored first on a 57 yard Daniel Flores scored the final touchdown on a 2yard which was set up by a Tony Johnson Juarez ran for the two point NBMS 7th grade A team deadlocked with Corbett With 40 seconds left in the Mario Davila hit James Sargent with a 15yard pass for a Dustin Simon ran in the twopoint conversion to account for a 1414 deadlock between the New Braunfels seventhgrade A team and The touchdown was set up when Shawn Jurica blocked a Corbett The first Unicorn score was a 13 yard pass from Sargent to Tony Mar tinez on a splitend reverse pass The Unicorns finish a successful year with a 512 N BMS 8th grade B team nips Corbett late It was a night of spinetingling ex citement for the New Braunfels seventh which won With eight seconds left in the Reagan Overall uncorked a 51yard bomb to Judd Sanders to break a 14 14 Raymond Juarez ran the two point Jay Garza opened the scoring for the Unicorns with a 3yard Juarez again ran for the twopoint Overall scored the other six points on a quarterback The Unicorns closed the season with a 214 NB Junior League allstar game Saturday The New Braunfels Junior Football League will play its AllStar game at 2 Saturday at Unicorn The the winner of the regular will play the allstars from the three remaining Ticket prices for the game are for adults and for Mens softball tourneys weekends in Comal Park The Sports Connection is sponsor ing mens softball tournaments on Saturdays and Sundays at Comal Try the new softball Its a softball game played with seven three bases first and third set 90 feet apart and a new in field For more information on the new softball concept information regarding participation in the last softball tournaments of the con tact Campos at Volleyball latest in Corporate Challenge VoJJeybaU will be the sport of the month as the TriCity Corporate Challenge continues The Challenge is open to any business in the New Seguin or San Marcos The volleyball tournament will be played at Starcke Park in Seguin with a cost of per All teams will be with three females and three males on the court at all The roster limit is For more contact Charlie Sandberg at 6255818 or Reg gie Willams at Two tennis tourneys scheduled for November The New Braunfels Fall Open ten nis tournament will take place 1415 and the Fall Seniors Tourna ment will be The Open is for players of any age and Divisions will be the Championship with mens doubles and mixed doubles and women doubles and mixed doubles for more experienced Players that do not par ticipate as much may enter the regular division with mens singles and womens The Fall Seniors Tournament is divided in age categories 35 and 45 and and 55 and Par ticipants may enter either mens or womens singles or doubles or mixed Entry fees for the both tour naments is for singles and for Students are and Deadline for entry is 12 for the Open and 19 for the Seniors Entries may be mailed to Bob 104 Mission New The tournament will be headquartered at New Braunfels High School and is spon sored by the New Braunfels Tennis Pictures taken of opening day hunters The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung will honor all successful deer hunters on opening day with a published photo of their trophies Comal Countys deer season opens November and anyone who has legally taken a trophy on that day may be included in the Outdoors sec tion on Special recognition will be given to the days largest set of To have your deer bring it to the HeraldZeitung offices at 707 Landa Street on 14 beginning at Aerobic workout classes set by Community Ed Two aerobic classes are being of fered through the New Braunfels ISD Community The beginner class features easy to follow moves with low impact and low intensity The four week session is available for or per The class meets from The multilevel class emphasizes instruction and proper execution of The running part of the class is about 30 minutes All fitness levels can be The fee for this class is based on a dropin The class meets from 6 Both classes are CoEd and will run through If you want a running workout or a slowerpaced exercise come to the Academy Street gym on Wednesdays and Thursdays for the class geared for Recreation Center needs spare equipment All individuals interested in donating any sporting equipment or but in good shape pool bumper pool gymnastics weight should call the Parks and Recreation Department at 6255818 and ask for Charlie The equipment donated will be us ed in the new Landa Park Recreation Center when it is we are interested in instructors for basket arts and weight training and others Spurs make it but Lakers take 133124 win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO The San Antonio Spurs kept pace with the Los Angeles Lakers for three but then guard Earvin Magic Johnson and center Kareem Abdul Jabbar came to They took over the game in the closing minutes to lead the Lakers to a 133124 victory Tuesday The Spurs played well but we got some quick baskets when they said who finished the game with 21 points and 6 re Theyll be a good team this year because of good team move ment and a good But the Lakers intend to take care of business this The Lakers led 9690 at the start of the fourth The two teams traded field goals and the Lakers began inching With just under 4 minutes to Johnson and AbdulJabbar combined for 13 of the next 15 Lakers baskets to pull ahead 130116 Mavs Sonics 101 Reserve Dale Ellis scored 28 points Tuesday night for but it wasnt nearly enough after Dallas outscored the Sonics 4120 in the se cond quarter for a 6546 halftime Mark Aguirre scored 25 points and Derek Harper had a careerhigh 16 assists for the Rockets Blazers ill Houston outlasted Portland as Ralph Sampson had 25 and World Free scored six in the final two Free hit two free throws and a basket to put Houston ahead 112111 with With 31 seconds two more free throws by Free put Houston ahead 116111 Rodney McCray added 23 points and Akeem Olajuwon had 16 points and 14 rebounds for Houston Clyde Drexler led the Trail Blazers with 2H Suns Warriors 109 Rookie Coach John WeUel got his first NBA victory as Walter Davis scored 30 points and Eddie Johnson 25 for Phoenix against Golden The now led 9778 after three quarters before the Warriors made a late Jeff who scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth hit three baskets to help Phoenix rebuild its advantage to Hawks Bulls 95 Chicago held Atlanta to 38 percent shooting and Michael Jordan scored 29 The with Dominique Division Lakers 3 o By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L GB Boston t i 1 mxi Philadelphia 1 1 5X Now Jersey o 1 ooo 2 New York u 3 3 Washington o i i Central Division Chicago 2 1 2 1 667 1 Clippers 1 2 2 Phoenix 1 2 2 Seattle 1 2 333 2 Golden Slate 0 3 000 3 Tuesdays Games Indiana Detroit 118 Chicago Atlanta 95 Milwaukee Washington loo Los Angeles Lakers San Antonio 124 Phoenix Golden Stale 109 Atlanta Indiana Milwaukee 1 2 1 2 I 667 1 i m Angeles Clippers Utah 8H Sacramento Denver 123 Houston Portland 111 Dallas Seattle 101 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Games Indiana at Boston Chicago at New Jersey at New York Houston Sacramento San Antonio 1 667 L 1 167 1 2 333 1 i 2 333 at Washington Milwaukee at Cleveland Dallas at Utah Phoenix at Golden State Wilkins scoring 15 of his 35 points In the fourth rallied from a 22 point but never seriousU threatened to catch up despite holding the Bulls to 17 points in the quarter Pacers Pistons 118 Indiana beat Detroit as Vern Flem ing hit his last nine field goal at tempts and and got 20 of his 1M points in the second including a basket and two free throws in the final 13 seconds Steve Slipanovich had 25 points and 11 rebounds and Chuck Person 25 points and 10 rebounds for Indiana Isiah Thomas had 23 points and Adrian Dantley 22 lor the Pistons Bucks Bullets 100 Milwaukee broke open a close game by outscormg Washington M 14 in the third quarter Jerry Reynolds scored 12 points and Paul Pressey and Randy Breuer eight each for the Bucks in the third when they extended a 59fo halftime lead to Presses finished with 24 Breuer had 22 points and 16 rebounds and Reynolds scored 16 points Jeff Malonc led the Bullets with 18 points Clippers Jazz 88 Angeles snapped a 16 game losing streak dating back to last March 25 as Mike Woodsort scored 2 points and Michael Cage 19 against Utah Following an 111 spurt by ttah thai left the with a 7M75 deficit the Clippers had a 163 run that gave Angeles ith biggest 9S7H with minutes left Utah was led by Karl who scored 20 of his 24 in the first half Kings Nuggets 123 Reggie Theus scored 14 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter for Sacramento against Iktncr The Kings built a UM lead at UK end of the third quarter on the strength of a 23 K run in the ptnixls last stiven minutes Oils added 27 points and lii relxiunds for the Kings while Alex Knghsh scored points and Yin cent 2H or the ts Great Cars Trucks Priced to Cars Was Now 87 Spectrum miles 86 Mazda 323 2 miles 85 Tempo GL miles 83 Celebrity 4 miles 81 Ford Fairmont miles Trucks Was Now 86 Astro Passenger 5 miles 85 Ranger 62561 miles miles KRUEGER 386 San Antonio St New Braunfels 6253451 From Canyon Lake direct 9643451 From San Antonio direct 6587051 Call Us on the Carpet Quiel System Cleans Dries Fast Wo Biing Our Own Softened Water We Take Away Soil Waste Water We leave no Sticky Residue EMERGENCY WATER REMOVAL SERVICE In We Want to Work lor Voul In most cases equipment led uulsiUB in out truck Were Very Careful Who We Send Into Your Residential 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