New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1991, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 03, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 HeraMZMUW New Texas December 1991 3 teams at home today CHS girls play on road All three local boys basketball teams are at home with the three teams having staggered Two of the girls teams are on the With Smithson Valley extending its vacation until this weekends Handera Canyon will be the first team to play with the Cougars hosting Memorial at The Cougars beat Randolph last improving their record to 13 for the Canyon will try to pick up its second win against the who lost their opener at Smithson Elias Martinez is Memorials top with Mark Aguirre providing good inside rebounding although not a lot of For Brian Caddell and Anthony Bueno are both off to tre mendous starts Caddell scored 28 against the RoHawks after a strong effort against powerful while Bueno is also scoring a lot of points in addition to some significant assist New also coming off its first will host Kerrville Tivy at 8 The Unicorns beat Travis on and now stand at 12 after losses to two defending playoff teams from the Austin area West wood and After a rebuilding the Anders have been scoring a lot of points so far this Tivy has to compete in the most loaded 4A district in the with defending state finalist Alamo Heights and perennial power Boerne also in For New the Unicorns should be at full strength for todays game Dustin Simons and James Sargent are scheduled to start playing today after a week off following foot ball Smithson which is current ly will hope to improve its win ning record when Somerset visits for an The Rangers were without center Galen Church in their one with the 66 junior hoped to return for todays Point guard Jon Her ring has been leading the team in scor with the junior floor leader taking more outside shots this season with a lot of The New Braunfels who defeated Tivy on Tuesday for their first travel to face perennial play off team Hays today at 8 The Rebels lost several starters from the District 264A runnerup but have made the playoffs three years in Isabel Bustos goes up for a shot after a steal during last weeks Unicorn game against Austin Bustos leads the 12 New Braunfels team in and the Unicorns will hope to even their record today when Kerrville Tivy visits at 8 In other Canyon hosts Memorial at and Smithson Valley hosts Somerset at The New Braunfels girls travel to while the Cougarettes play at Photo by Erik Karlsson a The Canyon who also won Tuesday for their first are one of four local teams who want to start winning streaks The Cougarettes 12 travel to Somerset for an All of the teams will participate in tournaments this The Unicorn boys will play in the Gonzales while New Braunfels girls will compete in the Leander While the Rangerettes play at Band the Smithson Valley boys will take part in the Antonian The Cougarettes will be in the com petitive San Antonio ISO Canyons boys team will play at Uval de in the Coyotes Most of the teams will start tourna ment action on with all hop ing to stay alive through Saturdays NBRC members run in marathon Three New Braunfels Running Club members traveled to Dallas for the White Rock Marathon on Satur braving wet and cold conditions to participate in the Meredith Patterson of New fels was the 26th woman finisher with a time of It was the seventh mar athon for who placed 25th despite not running her best Bill Holden completed the White Rock Marathon in after running the Twin Cities Marathon in October with a The Dallas event was Holdens fifth Ray Koehn finished his seventh marathon with a time of times were slowed for most of the more than 3000 participating run because of the drizzle and The New Braunfels still managed an approximate pace of minutes per mile during the Scoreboard NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE EMI W L T PF PA xBuNato 11 2 0 379267 7 6 0 268233 Miami 7 6 0 256275 New England 490 175256 Indianapolis 1 12 0 116306 Central Houston 9 4 0 318207 Cleveland 6 7 0 262247 Pittsburgh 580 252293 Cincinnati 2 11 0 211 374 West LARaWers 9 4 0 250213 Denver 9 4 0 246195 Kansas City 850 261 186 Seattle 670 218202 San Diego 3 10 0 205275 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T PF PA xWashington 12 1 0 409169 Philadelphia 8 5 0 229183 Dallas 8 5 0 263256 Giants 7 6 0 226224 Phoenix 4 9 0 160273 Central Chicago 940 231 204 Detroit 940 267244 Minnesota 670 248241 Green Bay 3 10 0 216258 TampaBay 2 11 0 158309 West New Orleans 940 273 185 Atlanta 8 5 0 277280 San Francisco 760 289189 LA Rams 3100 197316 xclinched Thursdays Games Detroit Chicago 6 Dallas Pittsburgh 10 Sundays Games Cleveland Indianapolis 0 Atlanta Green Bay 31 Buffalo New York Jets 13 Miami Tampa Bay 14 Kansas City Seattle 6 Denver New England 3 San Francisco New Orleans 24 Cincinnati New York Giants 24 Washington Los Angeles Rams 6 Los Angeles Raiders San Diego 7 OPEN DATE Minnesota Mondays Game Philadelphia Houston 6 Top 25 The Top Twenty Five teams In the Asso ciated Press 1991 flpa regular season col lege football 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