New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 26, 1991, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 26, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports November 1991 Dennis Bryan Matt Pusateri James Sargent Dustin Simons Jonathan Edler Five Unicorns named to alldistrict 1st team Five players from the District 255A champion New Braunfels Unicom football team were selected to the all district first team at eight The district coaches voted on the players after 255A play was and the results were released after New Braunfels was eliminated in the area playoffs by Marshall on The other two 255A postseason McCollum and East were eliminated by Judson and Madison in the first round while New Braunfels beat Two Unicorns were selected at multiple positions on the first Dennis Bryan was voted to the first team at three posi tions for the The New Braunfels was the only player in the district to be so Bryan was a firstteam selection on defense and special He received firstteam votes at wide comerback and unanimously at Matt Pusateri was a unanimous choice at while also receiving firstteam mention on the defensive Bryan and Pusateri wefe two of four players in district 10 earn more ftjta oftc position star Keegan Clark watnaracd to the first team at running back and and McCollums Dclton Green the tallest player on the team at 67 was voted at tight end and defensive Also making the firstteam offense from New Braunfels was senior tight end Jonathan two Unicorns in addition to Bryan and Pusateri were named to the first Junior safety James Sargent received recognition from the opposing as did junior defensive end Dustin Also being voted to the first team offense unanimously were Harlandale running back Steven Scguin receiver James Mcdrano and McCollum tackle Eric Rounding out the firstteam offense were East Central quarterback Bart running backs Eddie Andradc of the Hornets and Clark of San McCollum TE East Central receiver Richard Seguin cen ter Clay and South San punter John Sandoval and Price were the only juniors on what was an otherwise seniordominated the linemen in addition to Pusateri and Greef were Ronald Estrada of South Richard de la Rosa of Harlandalcand Dante Montoya of East Atpthe ends were Simons and McCollums Robert Selected to the lincbacking corps were South Sons Maurice Scguins Bobby Jack Rushing and San Marcos Kenneth In the the comers were Bryan and Scguins Jon Parrish the safeties were Sargent and San Marcos New Braunfels had six players voted to the second five of them on Sophomore quarterback Michael Sierra was a second team as was running back Kyle Herman who was injured in the fourth district game after a strong Three Unicorn linemen earned secondteam selection center David guard ChTis Lcasman and tackle Tito Shawn a junior inside was also voted to the second team from New Other secondteam selections were Harlandale quarter back James Escobedo running backs Richard Cordaway of South Billy Laque of McCollum and Rudy Sanchez of Harlandale San Marcos tight end Luis Rodri guez receivers Robert Rodriguez of Harlandale and Keith McFadden of Seguin guards Delaney Olstad of San Mar cos and Moses Artuna of South San San Marcos tackle David Faubion and McCollum center Danny Earning secondteam mention on in addition p were linemen Jacob Ybarra of San Adam Soils of South Rodney Carter of Seguin and Carlds Leal of McCollum ends Ernesto Gonzales of Seguin and Greg Davis of San Marcos linebackers Will Phillips of Mike Lopez of South Joseph Roblcdo pf McCollum and Brian Garcia of Harlandale cornerbacks Miguel A Vila of South San and Andrew Burrows of Seguin and safeties Harold Miller of East Kylfc Yublca of Randy McMullin of San Marcos and Ismacl Garcia of In the kicking place kicker Ernest Cano McCollum and punters Bowie of San Marcos and Sandovj al of Harlandale received secondteam Honorable mentions for New Braunfels were running backs Shawn Benbrook and Jacob receiver James Sargent and guard Todd Kading on On the Unicorn honorable mentions were line backers Jason Turner and Eric Lieke linemen Chris Leas Sammy Gutierrez and Jim Schaefen and free safety Andrew NB tops Antlers ByJOEBELK Sports Editor New Braunfels held off a furious Kerrville Tivy rally Monday as the Unicorn girls basketball team hung on despite a fivepoint fourth quarter to win its first game of the The Unicorns led by as many as 21 taking a 4726 lead on Jennifer Kiolbassas threepoint play with remaining in the third New Braunfels held on to win improving its season record to Kiolbassas threepoint play capped a 160 New Braunfels run which went back to the second Tivy scored the final four points of the third quarter for its only points of the The fourth quarter started with New Braunfels scoring on a free throw by Anne Bedford and a back ward layup by Kim which made the score The visiting Antlers then scored 11 points in a capping their run with left in the game on a three pointer by reserve point guard Jessica Tivys Nicky Johnson hit two long jump show down the but New Braunfels wan able to hit two free throws one each by Caffey and Darla hold the Antlers That was very nice to get the first New Braunfels Coach Maria Pustejovsky Wo definitely needed She said one of the biggest posi tives to the game was that 10 Unicorn players Thats got to If theyll do that it will help the she I think thin team has a lot of girls who can shoot the hull Kim Caffey paced New Braunfels with 15 leading a balanced Unicom Shes a nice Pusiejovs ky Were really trying to get them to discipline themselves on when to and they ail did a much Cougarettes pick up first win SAN ANTONIO When someone1 asked Tina Sick miller who was playing wclfor the Canyon girls basketball coach was at a I just theyre all playing pretty Everyones That again the case Monday as eight players scored in a balanced effort as the Cougarettes picked up their first win of the basketball improving to 12 by defeat ing It really is nice to get the first Canyon Coach Tina Sickmiller Itll get us She said the team had a good game against never trailing in the We played real except we had trouble containing their hot she Memorials Angic Martinez had 27 of her teams 41 and was the only player in the game to score more than Sickmiller said Martinez was very quick and with a lot of unlikely shots falling Canyon led 134 after one before Memorial ral lied to trail 2216 at The Cougarettes again extended their advantage to 3724 at the end of but the Minutemen made it interesting at the Sickmiller said the Cougarcttes had trouble slowing the game down at the Statistics Canyon Memorial 41 CANYON Mtehelson Brever Frazier Hendrtcks Rwctel Wiesner Wunderlich Torres I couldnt get them to change she Misty Brever and Tammie Michelson paced Canyon with 10 points each during the and Leah Frazier added Glenda Hendricks scored five while Katie Catherine Wiesner and Mystee Wunderlich each added Sickmiller said the team played better defensively than in previous while also improving in other We rebounded a lot better than we she We had 10 assists as a so were moving the ball around pretty She said Canyon sull needs to improve its shooting per but that the team is playing much better on the The Cougarettes do not play again until 3 at with Canyons home opener the following week on We call ourselves the road Sickrmller We get to come home after Coogs play tough against 3As best Caddell nets 28 in loss to perennial power Gonzales Statistics Johnson d 50 1 Conctoy Ahreim 4 1014 Inks 1 01 Dean 1 01 JoslO ol Elite 1 24 Mown 1 M 14 Caffey alto led the Unicorn defense with eight five in the tint quar ter when New Braunfels was building a lead and establishing its pressure We finally got owr pressure to the coach said New Braunfels Kim Caffey scored 15 points as the Unicorns beat Ker rville Tivy Monday while playing in place of Pustejovsky said Riedels ankle didnt appear to be Ali Meza also left the game with an ankle New Braunfels did not trail in the The Unicorns saw ait early 61 lead fall to 65 before Caffeys three pointer gave the team breathing Tivy narrowed the lead to two points on three separate occasions after that the last time being at Kiolbossa and Sarah Uolle oil scored transition baskets to make the score and the Unicorns kept Tivy at u distance alter that until the final minute of the The Antlers got back into the game ai thefreethrow which Puste jovsky said was probably by I think that was their Klofeassti Bolto Riedel 4 24 0 12 Garcia 1 00 Simon 0 12 CooK 2 12 WeU 0 25 Mett 0 frO Bedford 0 12 1 Orr 1 01 Schlomeus 0 04 Morgan 0 00 Totals i Pouted out Tola fouls Tivy New Threepeinl Calley JV score Robin Riedel tiad 10 points ami seven rebounds before leaving lite gome with an injured ankle in the third Lauren Schlameus got all her of five rebounds after halftime GONZAUSS The Canyon Cou gars kept Gonzales fans from a free The rated number one in the state in a preseason 3A have a local basketball promotion in which fans receive a Big Mac if the team scores more than 90 points and Canyon Coach Kenny It wasnt a Big Mac any after Catty on held Gonzales which had previously broken 100 points this season well short of 90 in a 7460 loss to the We kept it he Ill tell you theyve got a good basketball Brian Caddell led Canyon with 2H a seasonhigh for the Cougar He really played Router said of Those were tough points for because they really worked hard on Anthony Bucno added 16 many of which came on penetrations in which the Cougar point guard would pull up for a short jumper or go in for a Statistics Canyon 80 CANYON Caddell Bus Jonas Todd scored all of his seven points i the and Michael Krucgcr also scored In the second Honzelka gave us u pretty good lift off the Router the Cougars starting cen had to play against a Goiwales inside tandem of 66 and 64 hi the they beating us ou the offensive RoUler Kiucgcr came in am did a good job of blocking out and gelling the rebound in the second He said Kruegcr had five defensive words in the second while also scoring tus points against tough interior Another positive for Canyon was that the Cougars shot the ball very The team hit four of nines three 20 of 34 twopointers 59 percent and eight of nine free throws in a game in which neither team reached the Canyon trailed 2216 after one with Gonzales opening up n 4531 half lime lead in Ihe second We played with them pretty will the first In the second we started playing their gome a little bit too much and they opened up ihui 14point We stayed right with them in the second Gonzales did make a third quarter run lo go up by but Canyon chipped away to cut it back down 14 to end the game at Rotzler said Gonzales probably deserves its top with extremely quick guards and talented inside Its a good experience for us to go down and play somebody like to see a perennial program and play against them and their he 1 think it was a good learning Tlwts not something you want to do every but youve got to do that every now and It gives us a ctuincc to see where we need to be taking our ;