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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 8 Sports New Texas February 1991 All 255 A team includes Riedel Robins call New Braunfels Robin Riedel was one of three juniors named to the All 255A girls basketball team in a vote of the district Photo by Erik Karlsson Robin Riedel was selected to the District 2SSA alldistrict girls basket ball team after the junior post helped the New Braunfels Uni corns to a 48 district Riedel matched her season high in the district Finale against East scoring 26 points against the She averaged more than 12 points per Senior forward Celeste Colvin and sophomore center Cindy Mager earned secondteam mentions from New which finished its campaign Colvin led the Unicorns with a 13point and Mager who along with Riedel carried the rebounding load for New Braunfels averaged more than 10 points per game in her first varsity The firstteam players were led by Seguin power forward Destiny who was named the 255A MVP by the district The Matador senior led the district in rebounding and was one of the top five Redix helped lead Seguin ranked third in Class 5A as the regular season ended to a sweep of 255A before the Matadors lost by one point to Churchill in South Sans Bernadine Rihn was selected Coach of the Year by her after coaching the surprising Lady Bobcats to a 102 district record and runnerup playoff Judson defeated South San in the first round of the Freshman point guard Bonnie Byas of San Marcos was named Under classman of the Joining Redix on the first team from Seguin was the entire Matador starting lineup center DeDc Parg guards Darla Davis and Jessica and forward Jana Davis was the districts assist leader for the 255 A champion South San Patty the 255A scoring champ ion with an average of almost 18 points per was chosen for the first along with teammate Sylvi a Acevedo also led the dis trict in McCollums Sandra Aguillon and East Centrals Meredith Kneupper completed the first Riedel was one of three juniors to make along with Aguillon and Seguins The other hono rees are all Joining Mager and Colvin on the second team were Byas and Lisa Green from San Stephanie Rice and Charlotte Jones from East Jennifer Tamez and Suzanne Tamez from Harlandale and Estella Martinez from Mager and Suzanne Tamez were the only sophomores selected to the second and Byas the lone fresh Jennifer Tamez and Jones are with the other four players all Honorable mentions for New Braunfels were starting guard Kim sophomore guard Nina Garci and forward Jennifer HUNTERS QUIZ I RULES Answer each AH answers can be found in TEXAS HUNTING GUIDE 199091 available at Docs Guns and other hunting license All responses must be sent by mail to New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Sports Drawer New Texas There will be four quizzes of five questions Answers will be published the following week your response must be in before next Answers will be judged by correctness and by earliest postmark date on the Prize is a Ruger rifle given by Docs The 199091 spring turkey season in Comal County runs During the spring turkey onlyare legal Except for shotguns used for game there are no restrictions on the number of shells a shotgun may hold when hunting birds or Except for legal archery equipment may be used for taking game animals during any open All hunting licenses issued by the Texas Parks and Wild life Department are valid only during the calendar period that beginsand ends the following SUBMITTED BY Name Youth movement could bolster track teams at SV Strong sophomore class leads Rangers SV girls to be a even with one senior ByJOEBELK Staff Writer The Smithson Valley track team will be on young athletes this as the Rangers are dominated by a strong sopho more Were mostly sophomores and fresh Coach Charlie Saye That class is just a pretty good A lot of them will be splitting time with base but that sail The team may not have any and two of its three juniors are high jumpers who just arrived from Chris Tiller and Phil Mincemoyer will be high and Saye expects them both to be After sitting out a week following the end of basketball both cleared six feet in their first Reagan Dowe is the teams other a distance runner who will be competing in the 800and 1600meter Reagan finished real strong last Saye said of who as a sophomore won the 1600 at the district junior varsity been working real He said Dowc started slowly before his competitive finish last and the early work may help him to a quicker start this Highlighting the sophomore class is Corey who ran varsity as a I With the teams other primary athletes from llast year hurdlers Jeb Matulich and Roy Henderson is the only returner to the varsity He looks as fast as he was last if not Saye said of the whose spccd earned him a spot in the varsity back Hell as tough a competition as he ever wants this Henderson will be running in the 100and 200meter and on a sprintrelay team if the Rangers field Saye said the sopho more is showing blazing speed out of the blocks in and with lime he could possibly maintain that over 100 Thatll come with he He said Henderson could be the Rangers best hope to advance past what should be a competitive district but he believes some other athletes may have a chance as He should if he stays as good a chance as weve Saye hes not necessarily all weve got right Another promising runner is freshman Brian who ran an 100meter dash as an Wieland will start out on the varsity competing in the high hurdles and the sprint Mike another should be a capable and Mark Cooper will be competing in the 800and 1600meter Hes got sprinters speed for a distance Saye said of Hell be on our mile relay team if we manage to get Jason a sophomore who is a starting varsity baseball will enter in relays when he is available and also compete in the long Saye said another group of sophomores James Scott Struhoff and Barry Robertson look promising as Those three will start on the along with a talented crop of Track91 First in a series As for the district Saye said he expects two teams to be the ones to Id look for Hays and Bastrop to be the top he Hays has got two people off a statequalifying sprintrelay and Bastrops just got the He said Lockhart may have a lot of people as and Clemens could pile up some points if fouryear varsity running back James Ray went to the meet by senior could be a factor in running events and any of the I dont see that Canyon and Clemens can be counted Saye Canyons got that sprintrelay team thats been running together They ought to be good theyve got a good senior If Clemens Ray comes hes worth some points by Smilhson at this may not have the numbers to compete with a but Saye believes the who enter the events can be ByJOEBELK Staff Writer Despite only returning two varsity the Smithson Valley Rangerettes expect to be a competitive track team this year in relays and some individual Were pretty young but pretty Coach Louise Davidson Well be Id The two returning Karen Smith and Tiffany both have competed in numerous events and should continue to do so this has really improved a lot from last year she should do real Davidson The junior will be running in the along with a leg of the milerelay team and possible field who runs in all of the relays in addi tion to long has a slight thigh injury and Davidson is trying to pace her Im babying because I want to make sure shes ready to she She looks real Shes real and shes doing real well shes probably working harder than some of the ones who are doing their regular Stephanie the teams only has improved a Davidson Engelke will be competing in the triple and some other individual Behind those Davidson said the team has a lot of great sophomores and One of the sophomores is Marcy who Davidson said is among the teams strongest Olterpohl is working in relays and field Melissa who missed several meets last year with a strep throat and then a hip is coming back with strong workouts in her sophomore Davidson Stone runs primarily in the relays and open Lorctta Triesch also competes in the hi addition to several individual jumping and running She can do anything pretty David son v In the the Rangerettes have several people who can and Davidson believes there will little dropoff in times from one leg to the Our numbers are way down from previ ous she But we dont really have any and its not because theyre Theyre all really competitive and really Kelly another is the teams best and will be competing in both the 100and 300meter hurdles in addi tion to the high Davidson said Haese is capable of filling in on the relays as but will concentrate on the hurdling Kerry Jo Smith is throwing the discus and the and Davidson said she is doing very well in both The shot is her but her discus is improving she Although the varsity team is David son said this years freshman class is immensely talented and could soon challenge for varsity A bunch of freshmen are knocking on those peoples door real she Theyre all fired up and working really She said Clemens could be the team to beat See 9 Scoreboard I The Air All Times 23 27 18 LACIippors 16 35 Sacramento 15 flR firm College basketball t i at Florida 830 College basketball Division 1 Sacramento 104 Detroit Atlanta Orlando l I College basketball Stanford at Arizona Midnight College baskefcall Utah York Washington New 22 31 1714 Slate Minnesota 105 Phoenix 1 1 LA Clippers 93 Todays al New V at i i Sports Detroit 37 17 Lakers at Milwaukee at Portland at Track and field New Brauntote i Baseball Boeme at Basketball t Baseball Jefferson at ANGELES to he t Soccer Seguin at Smithson valley Antonio for Olden Seattles lirstround draft choices in and Soccer Canyon varsity or 730 Baseball Smilhson at Georgetown Johns Syracuse and lleld Smilhson Valley boys Canyon boys Smilhson Valley LA Mississippi 78 Vandorbill Kentucky Baseball Austin Bowie al Illinois lots Southern Mustangs put scare into Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Do the Arkansas Razorbacks still have a NevadaLas Vegas hangover The 3 ranked Razorbacks havent been the same since they lost to NevadaLas Vegas on but they showed Southern Methodist they can still turn it on when they gel SMU raced to a 4537 halftimc lead Wednesday night but Todd Day and Oliver Miller led a secondhalf charge that overwhelmed the Mustangs 7970 in a Southwest Conference In other SWC games Wednesday Texas edged 6661 in overtime and Houston defeated Texas That Vegas game was built up for a month and after it our fans were the players were fiat and it seemed like the season was said Ark ansas Coach Nolan Wed already beaten everybody in the Were All we thought we had to do was put on our clothes and SMU had trailed at half lime before defeating another Texas Tech 8769 and downed Texas After Arkansas lost 112105 to the Christian 1 ranked Runnin they See Page 10 TBall Registration February 23rd 1012 in the Morning American League Field Across from the Fairgrounds Registration open to any boy or girl ages 6 or 7 as of July and a birth certificate are all that is needed for For more call   

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