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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas t December 1991 Jason Boss Miguel Martinez Mike Dwyer Jason LaRue 3 Rangers make all team Four Comal County football players were chosen to the AllDistrict 264A firstteam which was released Smithson which finished fourth in the district despite losing to the two playoff teams by a total of nine had three defensive players named to the first team by the opposing All three were twoway starters who have played for the Ranger varsity since their sophomore year of Jason Boss was an unanimous selection at defensive with the senior nose guard moving to that position this season after play ing linebacker and end last Boss played nose guard essentially every down despite also having to play ort offense all the leading the team hi rushing for the third year in a row from his fullback Mike Dwyer was voted to the first team at defensive The 225pound defender was the Rangers biggest and has been a force for Smithson Valley ever since mov ing up to the varsity during his sophomore Jason also a was selected by the opposing coaches at LaRue led the team in tackles for the second year in a and was a standout linebacker in a dis trict heavily populated at that Canyons one firstteam selection was also the countys only representative on the offen sive A11264A Miguel who moved to receiver from running back early in the district was rewarded with firstteam The senior led the Cougars in scor ing and receiving for the He caught 25 passes for 202 receiving while rushing for 456 yards and scoring 56 Also being selected to the first team on offense were quarterback Jamey Whitlock of Hays and running backs Anthony Hubbard of Tobie Dylla of Clemens and Shawn Wilson of All of the running backs chosen played Hubbard and Dylla were both unanimous selections the only ones on the offensive Bastrops Larry Mulrain and Lockharts MacArthur Carter were voted to the team at tight while Hays Michael Daggs and Trace Shelton earned firstteam recognition along with Martinez at Bastrops Jason Clemens George Hudson and Lockharts Chase Allen made the team at while Bastrops Daniel Price and Meldon Ervin and Lockharts Felipe Car rizalez were selected at Clint Pearson of Bastrop was chosen as the teams In addition to Clemens Mike Myers and Hays Chad Dube were selected unanim ously as firstteam defensive Bastrops Craig Peterson also was voted to the first At defensive Lockharts Issac Rodri guez and Bastrops Bertram Benford joined Dwyer on the first Accompanying LaRue on the first team at linebacker were Darin Hofferichter of Cle Michael Zapata of Lockhart and Albert Warren of Five defensive backs were chosen to the first team Clemens Sean Hays Matt Bastrops Eric Galloway and Daniel Williams and Lockharts Leonard On special Bastrops Mike Mueller was chosen at while HaysThomas Dewan was voted the teams Two of the Smithson Valley firstteam players also received secondteam mention on with four of their Ranger teammates being voted to the second team at five Doc York was selected as a twoway sec ond team with the senior lineman earning recognition at guard and defensive Jason a was selected as the secondteam quarterback behind Jeremy Stewart was voted to the second team at defensive after playing comer back and safety during the Walker Steubing received secondteam honors at offensive after moving to that position from tight end early in the Boss led the secondteam choices at run ning while Dwyer was the secondteam The opposing coaches voted for four secondteam selections from includ ing a second mention for Jose a senior nose led the balloting among the secondteam defensive Free safety Trey a was voted to the secondteam defensive Anthony a was chosen as a secondteam kicker after converting all of his extra points during The Cougars dominated the second team in the special teams with Martinez voted at Earning secondteam recognition from the other district teams were running backs Paul Alvarado of Pernell Barnett and Darryll Black of and Alvarez and Randy Wright of The Buffaloes Tim McGowan was named secondteam tight while his team mate Chris Moore and Lockharts Ray Kane meier were chosen at wide On the Hays Dede Verver andjj Bastrops Ray Choinard joined the York at while Clemens Fred was selected along with Steubing at On the defensive line along with Castillo and York were Bastrops Daryl harts Chauncey Clemens Wallace and Hays Damiano At defensive Hays Mark Maples and Lockharts Kris Frey earned The districts secondteam linebackers were Tony Jacobs of Frank Lock hart of Hay s and W Ubert Reed of Joining Stewart and Daffin in the second team secondary were Clemens Tim Daggs and Lockharts Damion Clemens Chris Moore was selected at kicker along with Smithson Valleys honorable mentions were LaRue at running Stewart at Long at comerback and Walter Cor daro at Earning honorable mention for were Bueno at Ray Poenitzch at cen sophomore Mike Johnson at Blake Soechting at defensive end and Johnny Schaas at SWC coaches upset by Me Williams exit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Southwest Conference coaching colleague expressed disgust that David McWilliams was forced out as University of Texas football coach and said it doesnt speak well for a supposed com mitment to recent NCAA It Rice Coach Fred Goldsmith said Monday after McWilliams stepped It still comes back to the same stinking wins and They cut but when you get people hurt and dont have players to replace they fire the announced his decision after a series of weekend meetings with athletic director DeLoss his assistant coaches and many of his McWilliams led the Longhoms to the SWC title in 1990 and was voted the leagues coach of the TCU Coach Jim Wacker said he was stunned by the I was totally I had no They were the Cotton Bowl just a year its a crazy The only thing is that we knew it was that way when we got into That doesnt make it any Wacker I was shocked because when I think of the Uni versity of I think of David said Southern Methodist Coach Tom McWilliams has been a part of Longhoms legend for more than 25 first as a star center and linebacker in the early then as an assis tant from 197085 and as head coach from 1987 until I know that he has as much orange blood as Rossley Hes a fine You hate to see anybody leave the profession under McWilliams was 3830 in six including 74 in his first year as a head at Texas Tech in and 3126 at Texas Tech Coach Spike who was defen sive coordinator under McWilliams at said McWilliams is what the Southwest Conference is all He wanted to coach at Texas all his Texas was his dream and his Dykes He did one of the best coaching jobs in the country last This year they had some Its just a shame it has to end this way because David is long on character and Dykes said McWilliams stood for all the things that are Doing it for the hones And he was a fierce There were reports that one of the reasons McWilliams is gone was his reluctance to shed some of his assistants at David McWlIllams is a people Dykos He is a loyal person when ho is your Every lob at a major university is a good but its a hard You have to please a lot of different people at a lot of different Baylor coach Grant the dean of SWC has been friends with McWilliams since the when Teaff was coaching at McMurry College in Abilene and McWilliams was coach at Abilene High First its a sad day for Teaff I have great respect for Our relationship goes back all years to I thinkhe is the epitome of honesty and integri ty in Im to see a man of that quality and caliber not in our I dont think anybody could characterize him as a loser in any stretch of the Me Williams was rewarjdedt with 5year con tract after giudtog the to the 1991 Cp ton so obviously everybody believed coulU do the Teaff Teaffs Bears routed Texas 507 at Austin in 1989 in what many consider the worst loss school We talked after that and 1 tm sorry about that Teaff Andjie you and 1 had nothing to do with that He di4nl hold it against Through the years I dont think Ive had a bet ter friend in tho coaching Teaff Its a sad day for HIM I the confer And for college Its a sad SMU Athletic Director Forrest Gregg It happened so 1 it just caught body S A Riders to visit NB on Wednesday The San Antonio who are currently in the middle of an tour of Central will make several stops in New Brauufels on Mana ger Peterson and Coach Mike Riley will be accompanied by players and other club staff mew throughout the World League of American Foottall team will make its first Middle School at Riders representatives will visit ins Rotary Club hcon at the New Braunfels Seniors Center at a Thelocal tour will continue in the afternoon with a visit to New Braunfels Middle School at 2 and cdnolode with a stop at Wal Mart to benefit the Blue Santa Toy The tour began Monday in Aus with the Riders visiting San Marcos After the scheduled activities in New Braunfels for the team will visit Fredcr iqksbuig and Mets sign Bonilla Eagle defense keeps Houston from title HOUSTON AP Jim McMa hons tendinitiswracked right elbow gave Jeff Kemps career a shot in the arm in the And Philadelphias Seth Joynerled defense did its part claimed off waivers came off the bench in the third quarter to throw a 21yard touchdown pass to Keith Jackson and direct a 10mlnute drive that lifted Philadelphia to a 136 victory over Houston Monday You are constantly preparing for the next Kemp My career has been so slow in deve loping and its been so Ive had a lot of opportunities and I just tried to stay to be ready for the next The Eagles ranked 1 in the brutalized Houstons Ernest Givlns left the game with a broken nose and Drew Mill a The averaging yards per game before Monday wrested only 247 from the Eagles defense that grabbed five fumbles from the Oilers and finally emerged from a 30 halftinwi deficit in the Ultra1 We felt they would complete balls when they did eoropieuj ihem we wanted to hit thro liajd awl make them Couch Rich Koine We played nurd football Tlw Eagles 85 kept alive their hops of gaining the playoffs ajnd the Oilers 94 missed a chance lor the second week in A row to clinch their first evw AFC Contra Division Houston look a 30 on the final pluy of tho first half a 42yard field goal by Al Del Roger Kiweks field with 7 47 in thg thjrU quarter tied the with to Kwup tluw a 21yarUpass to ai the poaJUne and theEagle tight ew4 rylteU into end sows with safely Bo While filled ift for Joyner was 1 raakwl the Oiler Joyner two forced iwo itefcmieti two and sacks for 17 yaros in New General Manager Al ssjui the outfielder a Meu jersey tbg avails iiaiue Uws It woX weeks million 10 wear the uni after 4 the Mets won the history of who left ths Pkates to day iw a fiYQyejjf c New UJJt the tops pwvwuji record of by pitcher Roger Cle mens ths fowyear extension he wiiJbi Boston Red next The total iimuuiu of UomUus deal breaks the pieviuus record set by outfielder Jose Canseco in his five million coulruci with the Oakland Im to probably uike u lot pf for this Im sure sojne people are going to see this as But it was obvious we had to do it to get Bobby Bonjiltt turned down Californias otter of million for five years and Philadelphias proposal of million for five In six major league la has 116 home runs per sea son and 526 RBJs New York signed first basjmian Eddie Murray to a twoyear Bonilla joins Hpward Johnson and Jefferies to give the Mets four impressive switchhitters in the middle of their
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