New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 29, 1991, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 29, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas November 1991 Sports New Texat Page 9 Cougars 1991 Canyons Miguel Martinez often left wouldbe tacklers in the dirt during the 1991 Martinez was the Cougars leading rusher and and he also punted and played Coogs faced talented opponents Nowotny Inexperienced teams effort never a question ByJOEBELK Sports Editor During the Lockhart game this the Lions broke open a close football game to defeat the Canyon Cougars in the second became a pattern for the who would hang in games with District 264As elite before allowing secondhalf I think the youth and inexperience of our foot ball team showed It wasnt necessarily condi tioning or anything like Canyon Coach Larry Nowotny I didnt ever think it had anything to do with We played hard against real good football and sooneror we eventually wore We played some decent football against Lock against Clemens and against The Bastrop game was but it was 147 if we dont throw that Those are the kind of things that happen to you when youre Nowotny said the football seemed to bounce away from the Cougars in their 05 District 264A noting a game against Hays in which the Rebels had approximately nine fumbles and recov ered all but When youre playing the ball seems to bounce right to you and the close calls seem to be going your he When youre strug gling and fighting for everything you those things seem to go against Thats what hap pened this But as Nowotny talks about the inexperience of this years he is also looking forward to an experienced returning group next For the first time in the years Ive been we have some people coming back with significant varsity he weve got a good nucleus of Thats got to make us The Cougars started the season on a strong defeating Leander soundly before winning a highscoring game at Del Canyon then suf fered lopsided loss to strong Boerne and Southwest teams before earning a winning preseason with a victory against Randolph to complete the non district The three teams we beat were all nonplayoff Those were teams we were probably pretty equal Nowotny We deserved to win those He said the games against Boeme and Southwest helped the team know what it would be getting into in Those were two good football talent he You like to play good football teams early in the You like to play some you know you can win or that will be and some against playoff contending teams to know where you After those youve got to try to make some adjustments to better The experience of those two games helped as the Cougars played sporadically well against the tougher 264A Canyon played Lockhart well for a and held Clemens to a 60 lead through three The Cougars shut out Smithson Valley in the second half of a 267 then held Bastrop scoreless for more than 32 minutes hi the season The Jougars were led offensively by Miguel the top rusher and receiver for from running back to inside receiver midway through the and provided some offense in the district Miguel Martinez was a bright He pro vided the offensive spark in several ball Nowotny adding that Martinez was instru mental in the two close games that the Cougars He had a great game against Del Valle and a great game against In we had to sacrifice some of his running ability to get his receiving With Martinez at both Riley and Jeremy McElroy were able to pick up some of the rushing Jeremy and came in and had some big plays rushing the Nowotny The problems at receiver due to injuries and grades which forced Martinez to move to receiver also caused the season of Anthony Bueno to Nowotny Bueno had more than 250 receiving yards in his two best but the Cougars often had trouble getting the ball to the bigplay He did good in the first good in the last game and had trouble in the eight games in Nowotny Especially once we had the injury that made it obvious he was going to get the The Cougars have several skill players such as quarterbacks Marty Robles and Johnny and every receiver except for See Page 11 Cougars Leander 3 Canyon enjoyed an outstanding season opener by routing the That would become a habit for 264A as Smithson Valley and Lockhart would all later defeat Leander in preseason Marty Robles threw for 208 including 131 to Anthony Bueno a seasonhigh singlegame receiving total for any Robles threw touchdown passes to Harvey Gomez and Roy while Miguel Martinez rushed for two Canyons lead was 143 at the end of three quarters before a 24point and the defense bailed the Cougars out three times within the 10yard line after Cougars Del Valle 36 defeated the Cardinals despite allowed Del Valle more than 500 yards of total yards receivers James Harris and Chris Jones both caught more than 100 while Kevin Atwood rushed for 217 yards and three Miguel Martinez had a monster game for with 196 yards on just 11 Four of those went for Three of Canyons scores came on the first play of a while one of the other three took two The longest drive of the six took Boerne Cougars 0 A Boerne team which would even tually qualify for the playoffs routed the The Greyhounds out gained Canyon 403 yards to with the Cougars held to negative rushing Boerne tackle Darren Baldwin had an exceptional defensive while backs Jeff Smith and John McCracken both topped 100 Most of the damage was done in the second as the Cougars held Boeme to 14 firsthalf Southwest Cougars 3 Canyon played a good defensive half against a talented team before running out of gas after half The Cougars held powerful Southwest a playoff contender in District 285A to a 133 halftime lead at Dragon An early secondhalf interception took away Canyons and the Dragons broke the game open with a 20point third South wests star running George Col had 128 yards and three touch Cougars Randolph 20 Canyon secured its goal of a win ning preseason with this home victory against the holding Ran dolph twice on twopoint conversion Randolph scored and con verted in the final but remained one point Miguel Martinez scored three touchdowns for the Cougars two rushing and one The senior rushed for 117 yards in the Lockhart Cougars 10 Lockhart broke open a close game after Canyon had held the Lions to a 1410 lead midway through the sec ond The Cougars led twice in the contest Anthony Bueno opened the scoring with a 40yard field and Riley added a goahead touchdown after Lockharts first The Lions pulled ahead after that and held Canyon to no more Lockhart split end Raymond Kane who entered the game averag ing 50 yards per was actually held below his average with three catches for 144 yards and two touch Clemens Cougars 0 Canyon held the eventual 264A champion and current Region IV semifinalist to six points through three in one of the teams best defensive efforts of the The Cougar offense left the defense on the field for too long and Cle mens finally wore it down with 21 fourthquarter Buffalo tailback Randy Wright scored two touchdowns and rushed for 133 but fullback Tobie Dyl la was held in check his 80 yards were below average for the capable Clemens Miguel Martinez was the bright spot offensively for with five catches in his new role at Hays Cougars 6 Hays Jamey perhaps District 264As best offensive player except for Bastrop allstate candidate Anthony had his most pro ductive district game against the Whitlock rushed for 184 yards on 10 with the Rebel quarterback scoring twice on third down with runs of 90 and 68 He also completed five of five passing attempts for 85 yards and a Canyon QB Marty entering the game late despite a shoulder injury because of an injury to backup Johnny broke a ninequarter scoreless streak with a 29yard run in the SV Cougars 7 Smithson Valley won the Comal Bowl for the first although Canyon kept the game close early when a 38yard run by Jeremy McEl roy cut the Ranger lead to The Rangers padded their lead hi the second before Canyons defense held Smithson Valley score less after the McElroy was a bright spot on offense with 47 yards while platooning with Riley at Bastrop Cougars 0 Canyon held a Bastrop team which may be 4As best the Bears were ranked by the Associated Press until forfeiting two games because of an ineligible player scoreless until the mark of the third The Cougars had an outstanding offensive with more first downs 1918 than Jeremy McElroy became the only Canyon rusher to break the 100yard mark in while Anthony Bueno caught four passes for 80 Bastrop fullback Anthony Hubbard rushed for 230 winning the 4A state rushing title by seven NB tops Rebels AUSTIN The New Braunfels Unicorns won their first basketball game of the season Wednesday prevailing in an exciting battle at Aus tin We played just as hard as we did the night before hi a loss to McCal Coach Cliff Wilkins We didnt play quite as but we played good hi the fourth quarter when it The Unicorns held off a Travis team which was rallying furiously in the final New Braunfels had broken open a sevenpoint lead with three minutes to and maintained that lead until the last Travis hit a threepoint and after a New Braunfels hit an unlikely desperation threepointer to cut the lead to The Unicorns went back down court and worked the ball set ting up an open shot for Michael Mike hit a big threepoint basket to put us up Wilkins Sier ras shot came with 20 seconds but Travis went down and hit another desperation New Braunfels was with the Sw 10 Wise men shop eark A JL jtffe 9 Wise Because our justin selection of holiday greeting and wrapping paper is at its eyepopping So wise up and hurry up For completing your holiday shopping in no theres no time like the And no presents like the ones that are in right Rolling Oaks Mall A difference that 10 to Monday thru 12 to Loop 1604 at Nacogdoches 1991 Melvin Simon Associates ;

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