Tuesday, October 29, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports October 1991 Shootout won by Newk in 3 ByJOEBELK f titBmm oporo collar John Newcombe won the third annual shootout at his tennis ranch on although Newcombes vic tory wasnt due to homecourt Owen who lives on the ranch and is director of its Competi tive Edge tennis lost to Newcombe in the finals of Sundays The pioneered at Newks two years is a singles tournament in which bestoftnree tie breakers count as an entire The entire which involved eight legends of took approxi mately 90 Newcombe lost 72 to Davidson in the first then won 72 in the second to force Both players took onepoint advan but Newcombe broke a 22 tie with consecutive winning the match with an Its real doordie isnt it Newcombe Every point is like a Its constant Davidson appeared unbeatable for most of the defeating Ken Rosewall in suddendeath in the quar terfinals before upsetting twotime defending champion Marty Riessen in the His momentum continued to the unlikely backhands and placing shots well to keep New combe on the Newcombe said he hit a shot early in the first tiebreaker which he thought was a only to have Davidson return it with a shot down the The next two or three points after he had me running all over the Newcombe He really did play Thats the best Ive seen him hit in a Davidson said he was happy with his adding that he didnt expect to reach the I had matchpoint in the last one and didnt make so com he I thought I played Davidson rallied against Rosewall in the first round to then defeated Riessen 42 in the I didnt expect to beat Rosewall he almost always beats he And I didnt expect to beat So Im pretty After defeating Fred Stolle in the Newcombe also had a difficult semifinals against Mai Ken shown combined with Marty Riessen to win the doubles tournament at John Newcom bes Tennis Ranch on Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Newcombe led 62 in the first before Anderson scored six unanswered points to win Newcombe won a heavily lying after Anderson took an early In Newcombe scored the first two points to I was lucky to escape with Newcombe He had match contested second tiebreaker ral point in the Theres a lot of luck But I hit the right shots at the right Newcombe and Davidson also reached the finals of the doubles tour nament held after the but lost to the champion team of Riessen and LaRue Lieke Leos Moore McElroy Dwyer Moos players of week ByJOEBELK Sports Editor When asked to name his players of the Smithson Valley Coach Joe Matulich did so with he said of the who earned the Rangers MVP honors for both offense and defense in an outstanding allaround Jason LaRue also receives the HeraldZeitungs Coma County Offensive Player of the Week award for his efforts against and he shares the Defensive Player of the Week honors with two New Braunfels players who led the Unicorns strong defensive effort against East LaRue bad 19 tackles on defense despite having to play a more expanded role in the Rangers He responded on that side of the ball as scoring one touchdown rushing and another The playing in the backfield with fullback Jason caught four passes for 94 yards and rushing seven times for 37 He just did Matulich They know who Ill assure you Everybody knows who We may change his number this Theyll still find Sharing defensive player honors with LaRue are Eric Lieke and Cody Moos of New both of whom played extremely well in a strong effort against East Lieke was responsible for containment of the explosive Hornet back Richard and New Braunfels Coach Lew Simmonds said he and Dustin Simons at the other end did a remarkable job in this a junior recently moved up from the had a great game at nose guard while platooning with Sammy He really made the Simmonds said of He just did Hes a very aggressive young Simmonds said the entire defense had a great game in the Unicorns 3420 victory against talented East If they were to continue playing like that and the offense continues to were going to have some more success this he Simmonds named the entire Unicom offensive unit as a collective We played too well at every position to single out any one he Our offensive line played extremely Any one of our three backs can get it done theyre all running Mikcy the quarterback is just playing and Dennis Bryan is catching anything The Unicorn offense was without Kyle Herman for most of the after the star tailback left with a broken bone in his Simmonds said he will be out for four to six but that it was a clean break and a complete recovery is Canyon had two standout defensive perfor mances against Hays on Keith who was moved up from the junior varsity during district earned Canyons defen sive MVP designation with a 12tackle game against the The junior inside linebacker also recovered a Hays Safety Trey Daffin also played making 11 tackles and causing a Offensively for Jeremy McElroy led the Cougars rushing effort with 49 yards on nine car and Johnny Schaas completed eight of 13 pas ses for 32 Honorable mentions for Smithson Valley on defense were tackle Adam Stunner and linebacker Arnulfo Mike Dwyer had a great blocking game for the Rangers against one of Clement toughest and Boss and quarterback Jason Long also played Page Canyon wrap up regular season All three local volleyball teams play at home with Canyon and Smithson Valley completing their regular seasons and New Braunfels playing a match which could keep the Unicorns in the 2SSA title chase for the time New Braunfels hosts Seguin at 7 in its penultimate regular season The with a can keep San Marcos from clinching the district title today the how need to take two of their last three to win the The Unicorns have already clinched a playoff and San Marcos a halfgame ahead of New Braunfels but with one fewer match do the same today when the Rattlers host 37 East If San Marcos wins the Rat tlers would need to defeat alsoran South San once in two meetings to clinch the Because of a first round scheduling San Marcos and South San meet both Friday and Should New Braunfels win the sec ond playoff the Unicorns would likely face Churchill in The Chargers can clinch when they take on secondplace Churchill is 80 in District 26SA and 264 on the having only lost to 28SA powerhouses Clark and Smithson Valley ends its season today against Bastrop at 7 with the Rangerettes hoping to conclude the year on a positive Smithson Valley is 18 in but has played well against all of the playoff teams and One of the teams most disappoint ing matches was its firstround meet ing with and the team will hope to avenge that loss by knocking off the fourthplace Bears in the which clinched the Dis trict 264A championship on Friday at is 90 in district and will look to earn its third consecutive undefeated district season when 18 Lockhart vis its today for a 7 The Cougarettes still do not know who they will play in but they do know it will be either West lake or Those if W L OB 8 1 8 2 6 4 2tt 5 5 3 4 6 4Vt 3 7 5V4 1 10 8 District 255A DUtrtet 28SA VeltoytaH 81 TMm SanMarcot xNawBmunteli Harlandete McCoNum South San East Central Sagukt xoXncrMd playoff berth FrMafaOamaa New Braunfate East Central 154 San Seguin Todays Seguin at New Braunfeto East Central at SiHiMarooa McCoHumatHartandate District 264A District 2C4A VoltoyMI Standings Team W L OB xCanyon 90 dement 633 Hays 633 Bastrop 455 Smithson Vafley 1 8 8 Lockhart 1 8 8 xcNncheddbtrfctUfe Fridays Games Canyon Hays Clemens Smithson VaHey Lockhart Todays Games Hays at Clemens Lockhart at Canyon Bastrop at Smllhson Vafey End regular season both win would be tied for the 254A lead after a season split and would meet in a special playoff game on Friday at at Burger Cen ter to determine playoff The most critical 264A game of the day takes place in where Clemens hosts Hays with second place on the The teams are cur rently tied for and the winner will go to the Clemens is looking for its second consecutive playoff berth after a long while the Rebels are hoping for their third in four years after last In the other 255A Harlan dale hosts McCollum in a battle of thirdand fourthplace Harlan dale still has faint playoff which will be erased if the Indians lose or if San Marcos Landa Ladies host annual tournament The Landa Ladies Golf Association will hold its annual invitational tour nament on with a shot gun start at The course will be closed to the public until approximately 2 on The Landa Ladies also played a bestball twosome tournament on with Mary Kay Twite and Jan Magnuson teaming to win the The firstplace team of Twite and Magnuson scored a followed in second by Phyllis Yeazel and Marge who paired up to score a In third place was the team of Alice Simpson and Sarah with a Magnuson had a bird during tour nament and Miller and Yeazel hit KG rallies to top LA KANSAS AP The Los Angeles Raiders couldnt get into the end zone when they had the then couldnt put the game away when they had the The Kansas City Chiefs made them Steve DeBerg capped a rally from an 187 deficit with a 6yard touch down pass to Tim Barnctt with 51 sec onds to play as Kansas City overtook the Raiders 2421 on Monday With only two home games the Chiefs 63 moved within a half game of firstplace Denver in the AFC West by winning a game could not afford to Kansas City has home games with Denver and San and plays on the road at the Los Angeles San Francisco and ends the season with a road game against the The who like Kansas City have next week play their next game at Denver against the division leading I dont think any game is more crucial than any Raiders Coach An Shell said in downplaying the In two weeks we have to go down and play In two weeks weve got another crucial Los Angeles led 2110 and was closing in on a potential game clinching score in the fourth quarter when Lloyd Bumus intercepted Jay Scnroeders pass near the goal line and returned it 83 yards to set up Christian Okoyes 1yard touchdown midway through the fourth It was the last in a series of missed opportunites for the who had a chance to take command early and couldnt do On the games first Greg Townsend tipped DC Bergs grabbed it and took off for the end Officials originally called it a but instant replay showed Townsends knee was down before the goal LETS GO BOWLING LANES AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE 6 PM to 11 PM or Comal Bowl 6256265

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