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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports New Texas December Hounds top 7565 Boerne hits to survive late rally By JOE BELK Sports Editor The New Braunfels Unicorns have a sign up in their locker room that Shoot like a Tuesday they got a We ran into a bunch of shooting champions Unicorn Coach Cliff Wilkins said after his team lost to on Tuesday night at Unicorn Thats the kind of confidence it and its not a false confidence those guys have all been there Wilkins said of the Boerne team which hit 14 of 15 fourth quarter freethrow The Greyhounds also came out hitting 10 firsthalf three Boerne led 2212 after one and the Unicorns kept pace after But Boeme won the game at the charity as the Greyhounds were held to four field goals in the second half all by guard Jeff They made four field goals the entire second I cant ask for any better defense than Wilkins adding that it was a credit to Boeme to be able to win against that type of defensive How did they do it They hit their free they protected the ball and they buried the big shots when it Boerne s biggest shot of the game came after New Braunfels threatened late in the fourth With the Unicorns trailing guard Michael Sierra penetrated and Statistics BOERNE 75 Shivers 5 68 Baum 1 00 Dickey 0 34 Dressen 3 1013 Wilson 7 44 Ridd 2 25 Kennell 0 00 Busch 0 00 Smith 0 00 Fowler 1 00 Burgess 0 00 Highsmilh 0 00 Wright Totals NEW BRAUNFELS 65 Bustos 3 47 Smith 2 00 Drury 6 34 Sierra 611 Riedel 0 34 Overall 3 22 Caldwell 3 00 Hudgins 0 01 Lybrand 1 22 Sargent 0 00 Simons 0 Totals 24 1521 Boerne 22 25 11 17 75 New Braunfels 12 22 12 19 65 Fouled out Total fouls Boeme New Braunlels Three point Wilson Shivers Dres sen Fowler New Braunfels Sier JV score New Braunfels Boerne scored to cut Boemes lead to John Drury got the defensive rebound on the Greyhounds next and the Unicorns worked the ball around to Sierra past the threepoint The Unicorn sophomore drilled a three and was fouled on the completing the fourpoint play with left in the game to cut the lead to Boerne star Robhy Shivers missed a free throw after that for his teams only miss of the and Drury again secured the Bustos and Drury worked a give andgo on the other with Drury finding Bustos at a basket for a layup which cut the lead to one point with We played great defense on the New Braunfels John Drury dishes off during an earlier game this Drury scored six of his teamhigh 15 points in the last two minutes Tuesday but it wasnt enough as Boerne hit its last 12 freethrow attempts to win a thrilling 7565 Photo by Erik Karlsson next and then that guy buries a three from deep in the Wilkins That was their only field goal of the fourth Wilson nailed the shot with breaking the New Braunfels run and returning the momentum to the In the last Boerne hit 12 of 12 freethrow Shivers and Nathan Dressen sunk four while Wilson added two for a game high 23 Drury scored the last six points for New keeping the team within six until Boerne scored the final four points in the last 15 The Greyhounds improved to 80 on the after winning the Edgewood tournament last Some of Boernes such as Shivers and were on the 1989 4A state finalist Those two and Dressen combined for 61 of Boemes 75 with 19 each from Shivers and Dressen complementing Wilsons They play a lot of but theyve got three big Wilkins Weve kind of got four little The Unicorn coach added that he thought New Braunfels defensive pressure tired out the Greyhounds late in the They had to play so hard in the first half and third They See Page 12A Rangerettes rout Eagles SV extends winning streak to five games By JOE BELK Sports Editor The Smithson Valley Rangerettes extended their winning streak to five games Tuesday overcoming the flu and foul trouble to defeat The Rangerettes leading lliana played with a temperature and ran into foul while point guard Heather Boss also played despite But Smithson Valley established a lead early and built on allowing Arizpe to rest in the second half she scored 11 of her 13 points in the first The leading scorer in the Tiffany scored many of her points In transition as the Rimgerette pressure was very effective against the We were In control the whole Smlthson Valley Coach Terl Eubank We slowly took u leutl and built on The Rangerettes lost their first two games of the but nave since won five straight Including ihc Handera tournament Three Rangerettes reached doubledigit scoring in Tuesdays with sophomore Cecily Herring adding 10 points to complement Fricsenhahn and Cecily is really coming Eubank Shes starling to really understand the She just looks more confident in the way she moves out Kristen Richey also played well in the post lor Smithson with the senior scoring nine Kristen had some good the coach She struggled in the first but she kept her and put some shots in the second The Rangerettes took a 138 lead after one then built it to 3117 by Pleasamon kept pace the third as Smithson Valley outscored the Bugles by but the Rangerettes eliminated any possibility of a rally by outscoring their guests 188 in the final In the fourth we forced a lot of U think we wore Pleasamon down Eubank We got some easy Thats where Tiffany got The key to the winning streak has been us the I have allowed on average of 34 points In the Smithson Valley plays at on 1 hurwluy in t five victories The most points an opponent has scored Marble Fulls ugulnst the host Marble iu u i ntiiu n iti IMQi during the streak IK The team currently has just seven und the last few victories have come In spite of the fact that at leust one player usually been Were just trying to suiy Eubank H leonu like thin flu U going through all of will pluy at 6 with ihl loser playing ul Statistics Smlthion Valley Pleaianton 37 8MITH80N VALLEY Frlesenhahn Arlzpe Herring Rlohey Barr Smith Boss Rangers fall to Dripping Tht Csnyon CougvtttM lout to a fltrong Dwlrw ruowiay with Katie Rtttol shown going Up lor against the The play m at the Toast of the CoaJt tournament In Photo by Bill Ervin DRJPP1NQ SPRINCJS Smlthion Valley stayed In the with Dripping Spring for the firm threeplus quartern Tueiday then raw the break their lead open down the itreteh for a teami ipllt the teeion with Smlthion Valley winning an earlier home game agalnit Dripping the the came out hot and opined up a lead although Smlthion Valley wai able to keep played a pretty good how will they were Smlthion ValUy Coach Stove Dement Spring played really They were hitting a lot of ihou i Valley H IBSRlbN VALliV 19 triian I Ohunh lotimr Merrlnf Mlneemoyer and that opened lome up for their big The hot gave them a halftlme with the margin staying clone to eighl throughout moit of the third buck and Dement We didnt guln uny ground they didnt guln any It teemed like the game wai Juit waiting for one team to take four to play In iho fourth ihe Tigers led were mill lit Dement We had two or thrct In the game where we loot ouij composure and took ihou we need to we 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