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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports November 1991 Knights daze NB in 2nd half surge ByJOEBELK Sporte Editor New Braunfels Coach Cliff Wilk ins said he was proud of his teams effort and intensity Tuesday night against Against die Uni corns he said effort and intensity wont always be Im encouraged by their effort and their and Im proud of the kids for the way they played he said after the 9783 loss to a very strong Austin McCallum But the bottom line is weve got to have that plus because we dont play anybody That he believes the Unicorns have a chance to do that to out execute as well as outhustle oppo giving themselves an opportun ity to defeat talented I think this teams got a I really Wilkins In Tuesdays the Unicorns showed signs of leading the Kiiights as late as the final minute of the first I think we surprised them a little Wilkins We showed them two different presses and two diffe rent and forced a lot of turnov I wished we could have converted on more of In the first we were a little tentative even though we scored 42 McCallum dominated the third before New Braunfels closed the gap with a late That was one of those situations where we just relaxed and let the game take he The only thing is the Scoreboard and the game and We got into a good rhythm The Unicorns hit five three pointers in the fourth quarter while trying to Brett Riedel swished two of his teamhigh three treys in the while Michael just out from football two from threepoint Wilkins said Sierra declined an offer to take a week off after the foot ball Dustin Simons and James two firstteam alldistrict football will join the team after the Thanksgiving Eight points for Mike with one day of practice is not too Wilk ins said of The Unicorns had several strong individual Isabell Bus tos led the team with 22 points and five while John Drury added 19 14 rebounds and four like Sierra a scored 18 Bretts going to be a fine ball Wilkins Hes pretty good for a isnt he Statistics Slatten LJndtrl 2 Duncan 1W Brown QrMn Fmwnane Jorwt 0 00 MIHttom 0 00 LM 0 00 Totals NEW BRAUNFELS M Buttofl 8 57 Smith Drury 7 57 CaMwAll 100 Riedel Sierra 3 00 Overall 2 00 Hudglnt Lybrand 1 00 Roesch Totals 32 MeCellum 20 28 20 32 V NewBraunfeU 20 22 18 28 83 Fouled out Total fouls McCallum New Braunfels Threepoint McCaltum Brown Mercer Green New Braunfels Riedel Sierra Wilkins sometimes substituted five at a bringing varsity returners such as Sierra and Reagan Overall in with the second He said there wasnt a significant dropoff between the Theyre shouldnt I have con fidence in all 10 of he With Dustin I think were going to have 12 that It shouldnt drop off that much at McCallum has made the playoffs in the Austin 4A district two years in a losing to the eventual state rep resentative both times in Boeme and Alamo The despite losing star Andre appear to be a very strong team again this Theyve got some Wilkins The top McCallum players were point guard Chris who had 18 points and a phenomenal 14 assists and 66 power forward Mike who had 27 points to lead all He was hard to Wilkins said of You have to help out on their little man Brown he gets up there and hangs in the air until everyone falls off then he dumps to He said Brown is a firstrate point guard and the most dangerous player in the McCallum He made them Wilkins Theres no doubt about The Knight front line was a difficult matchup for New as sisted of 66 and 65 McCallum also brought a strong for ward off the bench in Anthony Free along with combination guard Damien Those two players were among six Knight players to score in double New Braunfels got strong scoring performances from starters Drury and along with solid play from point guard Andy Wilkins He said he was very pleased with the way the team pulled together during the comeback Rangerettes top improve record to 12 The Smithson Valley Rangerettes won their first game of the season on with Coach Ten Eubank saying that the teams leading scorer had no idea how many points she I asked Iliana Arizpe how many points she and she didnt know and wasnt worried about Eubank said after the 4937 victory against Marble Thats the kind of team we have this We and that was the goal of the Arizpe led the Rangerettes with 26 giving the Smithson Valley junior consecutive games of at least 20 points she scored 23 against Tivy on Eubank said Arizpe started the game driving down the left at one point converting three consecu tive threepoint when given some distance by the she started lulling shots from the She has the drive and she has the jump Eubank Shes got such a quick first step that she can play any Sites going u put in one or the Tiffany FriesenhiUwi returned from an ankle scoring eight points in a strong She said its the Uubank noting thai FrieBenhahn said ulie felt better in her new high I was real impressed with Tif the coach She reaJiml that Iliana was scoring the so she concentrated on doing the other The result of that was a strong all around as Friesenhahn had nine New Braunfels Brett Riedel avoids McCallum star guard Chris Brown on a drive to the a scored 18 points in the Unicorns loss to the stateranked Photo by Erik Karlsson He said the team is likely to improve once certain aspects of its system become more Really and that was the first time we had run some multiple Wilkins There was some confusion that I dont think well have from now Weve got a lot to look forward if we can maintain some consisten cy and get a lot more he Coogs get 1st victory The Canyon Cougars took momen tum with them into the Thanksgiving picking up their first win of the season at home against Randolph Tuesday We needed a win in a bad Canyon Coach Kenny Rotzler after the 6761 I told Lets bufld on this win and make it the start of Statistics Canyon Randolph CANYON Biwno to Ktuwf The Cougars are now but Rotz ler said they could almost just as ly be Canyon lost close games at Southside and to a playoff team in before losing by 14 on Monday to the states topranked 3A Gonzales Is really the only team that handled and we even kept that Rotzler Its nice to get that first Brian Caddell led the Cougars with 21 and point guard Anthony Bueno added a seasonhigh Todd Hanzelka also had a seasonhigh with 13 Anthony played a great game and Brian played a great Rottler Todd Hanzelka came off the bench and just played a super Hes been playing some real solid basketball for Michael Krueger added five points and seven rebounds for and Aric Bostick scored six It was the first game of the season for a Randolph team which Rotzler believes will only get They were very he I was glad to catch them their first He said that in addition to being good the RoHawks enjoyed a size advantage on I think everyone we play is going to have a size advantage on he adding that it gave the players good confidence to beat a team like Randolph will be in the Canyon Classic in and Rotzler said he expects the RoHawks to be a much tougher team at that The Cougars hit seven three pointers against and also played well on the defensive end of the 10A Statistics Smlthson Vallty Falls 37 SMITHSON VALLEY Arlzpe Frteuon hahn Barr Smith Boss Rlchey 2 Herring rebounds and five assists in addition to forcing nine turnovers and shooting 40 percent from the Im real impressed with Shes there for her Eubank A lot of people who are as good as she is might not respond that The 49 points scored by the Rangercttes was a good Eubank for a number of One was that Marble Falls ran a zone the entire something that had always frustrated Smithson Valley in the there were not a lot of fouls called the Rangereties went to the freethrow Una six So 49 points was actually pretty Eubank Smithson Valley aUo played starting the game with a 155 run while holding Marble Falls to three fimhuU field All of those were luyups off the In the third we started running some different so they scored same she Hut we were doing the same thing w the Qtrter UQ It was no big AU of the scored in the and Eubank said everyone played Pani Harr had a strong game inside with three offen sive and point guard Heath Mustangs rally to beat Rangers Mincemoyer leads S V with 16 MARBLE FALLS A sick Smithson Valley team without its cen ter kept a lead against Marble Falls until late in the but the Mus tangs rallied to win by hitting their free throws in the fourth They hit a couple of big baskets down the and a lot of free Smithson Valley Coach Steve Dement after Marble Falls went 10of14 from the line in the fourth quarter while the Rangers did not go to the They just kind of caught up with They went to the basket more than we did in the fourth Marble Falte on to win the game giving the Rangers 21 their first setback of the young Smilhsoit Valley lost its lead despite nine fourth quarter points from Jon who scored all of his points w uVee fourUnpuier Bui Miuuuuoyw led the tit scoring with 16 in what Dement said was tui extremely good Phil picked up a lot of Ute he Iliana Artepe scored a seasonhigh 26 points In Tuesdays Rangerette Oaien Church giving the junior forward a total of 49 points in the past two after hyperexusiuUng his mid Uw IOA Photo by Bill Ervln absence of the 66 center hurt Smith Statistics Smllhton 49 SMITHSON VALLEY Mlnoomoyor Herring Long Boainor Johnson Kemp son Valley as Marble Fulls big man broke loose for 24 Definitely not having anyone taller than 62 hurt Dement adding thai Brian Johnson play ed well offensively in place of Ho said wliat hurt the Rangers more Umn the absence of Church was jxxu When were not shooting the ball which we weve got to harder in other Dement Weve got 10 do a better joh of defense oiid Wo were jvwi With the lion uf uotKxIy eUo No matter wluti we we a step slow tiny lime we did He said he wtumi UH wonted about the UHUUB first tuut that the should ml il iheuu far ai Im iii dead ami Tiuttg wluu t iota Deiueiu MHwio are going w be like thai every once in a
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