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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas 4 t r Sports Page 10A New TMM October 255 A tennis tournament starts ByJOEBELK Sports Editor The District 255A tennis tournament starts today at with the finals Saturday morning at 9 New Braunfels is the overwhelming favorite in the with the Unicorns entering district at 190 on the Some of the Unicorns most dominating victo ries have been against 255A New Braunfels played three district teams last shutting out San Marcos and Harlandale in 180 wins and topping Seguin The Unicorns received a firstround bye in the and will open with a semifinal match against the East Central Harlandale East the fourth previously beat Harlandale in a close New Braunfels first match will start today at 1 at Starcke Park in with the winner advancing to the 9 Saturday final at the Seguin High Seguin plays San Marcos in a firstround with the winner meeting the winner of South San The is that New Braunfels will meet Seguin in the Both finalists advance to The Unicorns have defeated the Matadors twice this but Coach David Mueller expects Seguin to be more competitive in district on its home Im sure it will be a tougher he The bottom line is that we have to play as well as weve been If we do I dont See any changes f The regional tournament is next weekend in Cori pus and Mueller hopes the UniCorns can be N J I think were he it doesnt matter what youve done what mattefS is what youre going to There will be 16 schools and theyre all going to be very If New Braunfels wins its district as the would ehter regionals at 210 and potentially could be among the higherseeded Weve beaten a couple of teams that are Mueller If we win Weve got a very good chance to be seeded three or Coach Donna Boehie and the Canyon here shown plotting strategy in Tuesdays marathon win against Smithson host Cle mens today with a chance to clinch the schools ninth volleyball playoff appearance in a Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Canyon looks for 9th straight playoff Canyon can clinch its ninth conse cutive volleyball playoff appearance when the Cougarettes host Clemens today at A Cougarette victory would assure Canyon of no worse than a tie with and Canyon would in that case advance on a season sweep of the The teams played an extremely tough firstround match in with Canyon winning the marathon contest On the other side of District 264 Smithson Valley hosts Lockhart in a battle of cellar The Rangerettes proved on Tuesday that they are a much better team than their 06 record would playing district leading Canyon to the limit in a three game Cougarette Lockharts only district victory was in the first round against Smithson District 255A District 255A Volleyball Standings W 6 6 4 4 4 1 1 GB 2 2 5 Teem San Marcos New Braunlels Harlandale S uth San McCollum East Central Seguin Tuesdays Games New Braunfels Harlandale 1614 South San McCollum San Marcos Seguin Todays Games New Braunlels at South San Seguin at East Central Harlandale at San Marcos District 264A District 264A Volleyball Standings Teem W L GB Canyon 60 Hays 5 1 1 Clemens 422 Bastrop 244 Lockhart 1 5 5 Smithson Valley 6 6 Tuesdays Games Canyon Smilhson Valley 1614 Clemens Baslrop Hays Lockhart Todays Gomes Lockhart al Smithson Valley Clemens at Canyon Hays at Bastrop when the Rangerettes were without outside hitter Tiffany Friesen hahn for one The Lions have also returned their best Katina from an Both teams should be at full strength for the In 255A secondplace New Braunfels plays on the road against a thirdplace team for the second time in a After beating Harlandale at the Indians gym on the Unicorns today travel to South San now tied for third with Harlandale for a The Unicorns win on Tuesday was an important for several It was the first district loss at home for which rarely loses in its own the victory gave New Braun fels some distance from the middle of the pack presently occupied by South San and McCollum and a chance to catch firstplace San Marcos should the Rattlers San currently a game ahead of New Braunfels in the loss would have to falter twice to See Page NB hosts cross country meet Saturday The New Braunfels Unicom girls cross country teams has won two meets in a but will face some tougher competition at its own meet The Unicorns will be hosting their annual cross country which is being held at the Guadalupe River State Park for the third year in a The varsity girls will run at and the varsity boys at 1 1 p concluding five races which will lake place at the Junior high boys and girls will run gt 9 ftjxu and the junior varsity girls will follow at The JV boys will be next at 10 immediately the varsity Bowie will probably be the favorite at the aod the Bulldogs are coming off a strong showing at weeks Sm Antonio JSP bai a sumt individual run but Hew Braualels Coach Noel whole ffew which vtw both Kenville and Boenie Amy Cook may run with the leaders and have a chance to I think weve got a chance to be up there with depending on what our number four and five run ners Hansen Itd be great if we but were basically trying to set ourselves up for district and reg Its not like were wanting to peak The coach expects New Braunfels top two Amy Cook and Nina to be among the He said it could be an exciting individual race between the two top Bowie Westlakes best Cook and On the boys Lockhart is the overwhelming The who placed fourth in state year and recently beat the number one team in the be Locttiart is far and away tetter than anyone Pansen said Bowie is probably the strongest with New having a chance to third or The team is aiming to finish in the top Top runner Darrell Clark is still out with an but the team has done well in his absence picking up a win at the Boeme meet last The best individual runners at the Hansen will be the top two from Lockhart and along with two runners from Kerrville Before the race is I think youll see Roland Garcia move into the top 10 or Hell work bis way Hansen a has been ning increasingly well for New improving his times places each Freshman John Ramirez has also bew a strong runner Among the other teams participat ing in we meet will bs Smithson Rangers tfctetwp ioctturi 10 In 264A at Smllhson Valley 321 01 Laat year Locktiart won IgfttWtM Smithson Vafiey toil at loekhart topped Canyon notes Lockhart Is the second undefeated opponent In a row for the BmHhson Bastrop down to and will hope to make an even greater dent fri LockharTs H wont be who run the have talented Last tils game was decided on a controversial twopoint conversion call late in the made on apllch to Leroy after converting a tong fourthdown play to set up the this has scored toe most points In 264A with 47 more than runnerup The Uoh defenses 70 points allowed Is second to Canyons 1 In what Is a strong defensive The Rangers also have an Impressive scoring at 151 to Smithson Valley Is averaging more than 300 yards par while allowing fewer than At Smithson Vafiey Is one of ftve district teams with winning Is at Lockhart and Bastrop are the only remaining Despite Its undefeated the Lions are fourth in the district in the Harris Ratings at 37th and a 182 power SmtthSon Valley with a 175 Players to watch This is a meeting of two ol the best linebackers in the district the two best who dont play for Jason LaRue Is the Ranger linebacker who is among the best in while Lock hart wM probably return threeyear starter Michael Zapata from an Zapata isnt certain for the and may just II he does It will certainly help a Lion defense that has done pretty well In his Lockharts other top are on the prolific offensive QB Mark Mos queda is having an outstanding year after stepping Into the role last year as a currenfy leads the dbtrtct In passing yards with 780 on 29541 Mosqueda has a firstrate bigplay receiver in split end Raymond who has five catches for a phenomenal 250 The Lions also have a good rushing tandem in fullback Shawn Wilson and any number of available James Hedspeth totaled almost half of his yards against an Ander son team that dkJnt guard the while Lament Randall broke 100 yards last week against Wilson has been the most consistent offensive Smithson Valetfs Jason Boss has 525 yards to rank third in the and is one ol four Rangers With substantial rushing Jason Long 314 yards and Corey Hen derson 283 have atoo been while Jeremy Stewart has the teams best aver age per carry at for 191 Walker Steublng will start at tight end this while David Martinez starts at corner back as either Stewart or Long moves to The Stewart or will remain at the other while Brad Staats moves to outside Buffaloes Cougars Matchup Clemens In 264A at Canyon In Last year The teams Lest week Canyon tost its district opener to Lockhart Clemens defeated Hays Oame notes The ClemensHays game last week could have been for second place behind fflranked favorite and Canyon Coach Larry Nowotny thinks the Cle mens win could even set the Buffaloes up tor a district Clemens to off to one of Its best years which is saying a teams been to the playoffs six of the last seven This game matches the two lowest scoring teams in District 264A Clemens has managed 114 points on the season to Canyons Theres a major with the Buffaloes having only alowed 45 points second lowest in the district to Bastraps 34 and the Cougars giving up 30 per game for a total of Clemens 51 record has been against tough competition the Buffs beat defending 5A playoff team then topped Central Catholic and highlyregarded 284A teams Boeme and The Buffaloes only loss was to a defending 5A playoff New The 15 points scored on Clemens by Hays in the district opener was a despite the critical 264A fell from 20th to 28th in the Harris Ratings with a 184 power Canyon to 119th in 4A with a 164 Players to watch Canyon to moving its top two offensive players to the slot this in hopes of getting them the ball more frequently and in different ways at the pougar offenses most versatile Anthony ttie leading moves to the slot from the outside Top rusher Miguel Martinez takes over at the other a move facilitated by the strong con tributions of P Ritey at This move also gives Canyon some depth in the slot it had previously lacked Roy the only experienced player available for either of the two positions last is now Vie first Off the The Cougars have made some moves to shore up their secondary Krislen Malish will split time with Rodger Mack at strong and Mack Mills will start at Kelt Moore could see a lot of time at outside linebacker as like virtually all of Canyons has an abundance of talented skill FuNback Toble who rushed for 133 yards against the Cougars last returns at that position and to among several extremely capable 264A The Buffaloes leading Is tailback Randy Wright a junior who is ably continuing a strong tailback tradition left by graduated fouryear starter James Wright trattt only Bastrops Anthony Hubbard the top rusher in 4A among district running Even with the talented backltekJ which also includes versatile quarterback Won Canyon Coach Larry Nowotny said Clemens best player may be light end Tim who is a force at 211 pounds and an exceptional at defensive Is also a top player lor the tough Clemens Other standouts on that side of the ball are linebackers Jamal Payne and Darrin Hofterichter and safeties Tim Witt and Sean Unicorns Bobcats Matchup New Braunfels 51 20 in District 255A at South San Antonio 51 21 In Last year New Braunlels won 351 Last week New Braunfels edged San Marcos while South San beat Seguin Qame notes After three New Braunfels which has played two weeks is tie only undefeated team In District and the same was true last Last Ms game was a contest of unbeatens with South Sans defense and top rusher boasting better stats than the Unicorns until Bobcat TB Albert Horrera was held to 40 and New Braunlels1 backs Kyle Herman and Tommy Cupil ran all over the H to an Important contest the winner will likely need only one additional win down the stretch to make tie The winner will atoo be the first threewin team In tie as 21 McCollum plays a nondistrict game this week against South San enters tie game as the lop defensive al least in Region The Bobcats 127 yards allowed per game lies them for fourth among Texas 5A the team was allowing fewer than 100 yards per game before district play The Bobcats have atoo been stingy In points giving up BO points in six games South Sans scoring ratio of 151 to 60 to atoo the best in In its a lessImpressive 51 Though New Praunfeto has Just played two games to many other towns iho Unicorns traH Just Seguin in points scored during district with New Braunlolo 17 points allowed to easHy the with Bout Ban second at game to a matchup of 26BA loprated teams In New Braunfels leads he dtotrict with a 170 power rating to rank 126th among 5A teams white South San to IfiOti with a 171 All of the bJdtelricl In 26SA are projected to be sUwoer than South San by Harris al but two Roosevelt and Churchill are rated higher ihan New Players to watch Kyte In Just two has rushed for more yards than any dftrtci player In 265A Herman has averaged more than 1 60 yards In his fratiwodtotrict The Unkwrns are missing two starters this at giel Sanchez wont play and AJdoQQmdz probably Todd RoWnson wll start lor In place of Important player who contributes as e defensive back Md piftoe to Pennls The Is as mull talenied as ganohatand he to probably he towns hottest Bryan lilted in for a pressurefilled Vai aarinW Woklng a to break a tie late In the flame His payers are the best four players on the me pi Jhe dtoutas feast and IL8 Maurice Mftrtinw to the Bob The learn hap Hltte bit more sbce on but not much tackle Matthew a Of he starters oflenw who top one Is and and ton connected wi the
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