New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 19, 1993, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 19, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas March Sports New Braunfels Cougars kick off playoff march with McNeil By DOUGLAS PILS I Twice this season the Canyon Cougars have beaten Round Rock but neither of I those means a thing The stakes are higher this time as the teams kick off the state soc playoff race tonight at Cougar Stadium at Canyon head coach Danny Bueno would just as soon for get his teams earlier t Whatever happened in the regular season doesnt mean Bueno Were 0 JO and theyre Thats because its a new THE SCORERS Goals AtslMs Vince Bueno 26 8 Sean Merz 10 14 Jerry Van Noy 63 Rigo Rodriguez 6 Joseph Schuetze 4 3 10 games The Cougars 84 post 1 and 20 wins over McNeil predistrict but Bueno said the team has some Midfielder Jeremy who plays on the Austin Capitals with New Braunfels Ryder McDonald and Ryan is considered to ube the teams best Bueno also complimented I McNeils Bueno said he believes the Cougars will be mentally pre pared to face a team with revenge on its 1 think the kids realize the pwins dont mean he Thats why we play the i If the games we played earlier meant we wouldnt to play this i We expect a game from them IThey have that revenge factor from the other two times we so Im sure that gives them an extra Hope we are prepared for Bueno takes a young squad into the playoffs this year six sophomore starters and one freshman The Cougars were forced to play the second half the District 52 schedule without three senior who were lost to Bueno said his youth has real ly stepped up to put Canyon in the playoffs because they are all easy to Theyre a real coachable bunch and I think thats why theyve been successful up to this Bueno They also play together real Sometimes you have some good players but they dont play well This team has put indi vidual goals behind that of the The strength of the team rests solely on its youth in the scoring department as sophomores Vince Bueno and Sean Merz lead the way with 26 and 10 goals Merz leads the team with 14 Fresh man Jerry Van Noy is the next active player with six goals and three The defense is where the leadership shows Mack Mills and Jason Barucky solidify a unit that includes a Vince who has 26 goals this leads the Canyon Cougars into their BiDislrict playoff game with Round Rock McNeil tonight at Photo by John speedy Bryan Yuras and Cur Coach Bueno lauds his 1993 Cougars character as its bright est He said their abil ity to remain mentally focused in games they should have won carried them to the playoffs and another shot at Canyon face off in dual meet before starting Spring Break j By DOUGLAS PILS The New Braunfels and Canyon track teams staged a dual meet Thursday to get in some final work before Spring Both teams are off this week so the meet gave the teams a chance Sfor some competition Smithson Valley was supposed to attend the but meet officials said the Rangers sat out to rest some nag i The wind blew straight down the home Istretch making fast times a virtual Despite the adverse con the Cougars and the Unicorns did manage some respectable NBs Darrell Clark ran the 3200 meters for the first time this coming in with a with no one pushing ICameron Brooks finished the 800 meters with a and Lisa Weltzer ran a for the Canyons Todd Mitchell ran a wind aided in the 110meter hurdles and New Braunfels freshman Kelly Garza was clocked at in the 100 meter The biggest field event battle was between Canyon sophomore Craig Perkins and NB freshman Clay in the pole Perkins came away with the victory with a vault of 13 6 Skarovsky vaulted an even 13 Canyon will compete in Leander 27 and the Unicorns will be at RESULTS POLE VAULT Craig 13 6 Inches Clay New 13 feet tie Scott Millsap 4 Brian New 0 6 Inches Trey New 9 TRIPLE JUMP Boys Ricky Canyon 39 feet Matt New 38 1 inches Jesse New 35 5 Girls Kim New 33 2 inches Kim 32 5 inches Ava New 30 DISCUS Boys Tito New 130 7 inches Dustin New 128 11 inch es Kevin New 123 7 Inches William 117 6 inches Kelly New 116 5 inches Joey 116 4 Girts Arron New 95 feet Lindsay 93 7 Inches Windy Canyon 91 3 Inches Leah Canyon SB 5 Inches Brook 87 11 Inches Krlstl New 84 2 HIGH JUMP Boys tie Ricky Boehte Randy 6 feet tie Michael New A Coy 5 10 Girls tie Krlsti New Katie 5 feet Megan New 4 feet 10 LONG JUMP Girts Kim 15 2 inches Latoya New 13 11 Inches Leah 13 feet id Inches Anna Lisa New 12 7 SHOT PUT Boys Junior Varsity Todd New 42 8 inches Gob New 41 G inches Corey New 41 6 inches Nathan New 38 10 inches Eric 38 9 Inches Kevin 38 6 Boys Varsity Jordan New 48 9 Inches Rudy New 47 5 Inches Jeremy 44 inch Tito New 42 10 Inches Mike 38 5 Inches Dennis 34 2 Girts Varsity Lindsay 29 2 Inches Brooke 27 2 inches Windy 27 3200 METER RUN Darrell New Kevin 400 METER RELAY Junior Varsity Boys New Braunfels Canyon Jerry Hector Bobby Robert New Braunfels Varsity Boys Canyon Jeremy Todd Ricky Craig New Braunfels Brian Nick Trey Jesse New Braunfels Varsity Girts New Braunfels Kristi Shanna Kerri Latoya Canyon I Jessica Kim Shannon Becky Canyon II Amy Danielle Brenda Maul 800 METER RUN Boys Cameron New Thomas New Oscar New Girls Lisa New Holly New Krlsti Canyon Heather 100 METER HURDLES Megan New 110 METER HURDLES Todd Sam New Casey New 100 METERS Boys Kelly New Robert Canyon Bobby Junior Varsity Girls Danielle Brlanne Canyon Varsity Girts Latoya New Kim Shannon Jana 800 METER RELAY New Braunfels Anna Lisa Amy Karri Shanna Canyon Rachel Kim Jana Becky 400 METERS Junior Varsity Boys Hector New New New Girts Heat 1 Kelly New Tanya New Brandy Romelia New Heat 2 Kelly New Rachel Jennifer New 300 HURDLES Boys Shae New Brian New Trey New Girls Megan New Rosle New 200 METERS Junior Varsity Boys Kelly New Jesse New Matt New Clay New Kyle Junior Varsity Girls New Norma New Vanessa Amanda Canyon Brenda Michelle Canyon Varsity Girls Becky Kerrl New Latoya New Anna Lisa New Jessica 1600 METERS Boys John New Joel New Girls Amber New Lisa New Kelly New Julie New 1600 METER RELAY Girls New Braunfels I Megan Amber Kelly Amy New Braunfels II Jennifer Henrietta Holly Norma New Braunfels III Tanya Julie Romelia Rosie Boys New Braunfels I Nick Trey Brian Cameron Brooks New Braunfeto II Darrell Matt Jesse Shae Canyon Winter Sports Awards Canyon High School held Its winter awards program and the following awards were Canyon High School held us winter awards program and the following awards were given In varsity soccer lr Vince Most Valuable Offensive Johnny given in varsity soccer lr Sean Most Valuable Bryan coMost 18th Man Jerry Van Hustle and Mack coMost Valuable Defensive and Curtis coMost Valuable Defensive Valuable Defensive Player Photos by Karta Larry Morgan Corpus Christ CallerTimes Three redfish is enough for Texas anglers CORPUS CHRISTI is The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has proposed allowing anglers to keep one more Four instead of But anglers are saying three is The department says the redfish has made a significant recovery since the late 1970s and early 80s when recreational anglers and commercial netters competed for the same The population is higher than at any time in the past 17 when Parks and Wildlife first started mon itoring fish One department official has not The good ol days are well before 17 years But with the recovery to it means the state can increase the bag limit without jeopardizing the long term health of the Karen coastal said at a public hearing last week at Rock But the anglers want it left at Tell Texas Parks and Wildlife not to be so nice to We love But tell them not to be so Kenneth Callaway of Rockport said as a hear ing at Rockport Late February and early March is the time that Parks and Wildlife shops its proposals for changes in hunting and fishing regulations around the Department staff members pro pose the Comments from public hearings are being forwarded to the Parks and Wildlife Commission which ultimately decides the fate of the The commission is scheduled to meet March 25 and decide on this years which would become effective At 23 people attended the hearing and 11 commented on the redfish all in opposi Five of those were professional one of whom represented the Coastal Bend Guides Association and read a letter outlining the associa tions The letter said the guides wanted to hold the daily limit at three but widen the range of legalsized red fish to 1830 inches from the current 2028 The general sentiment against the more liberal fourfish bag limit has dealt with not altering something that is working Those oppos ing it said they detected no outcry from other anglers for a bigger And three redfish 2028 inches long is plenty I like the slot where it profes sional guide Gordon Janssen I think we got where we are by having the slot limit like it Gary a professional guide at said that he spoke with perhaps 150 anglers over the course of 20 days this past winter at various fishing shows in the Theres a very small percentage who say they want four he And there isnt anyone whos fished with me who wanted one more Jerry Mickey owns a recreational vehicle park at Rockport and also guides He said nonresident anglers see no need for changing the bag We have numerous outofstate people staying at our park all Theyre perfectly happy with three Mickey They dont want to rock the They Leave it Changing the way the fishery is managed now would be too risky and may cost the state he Referring to the anglers at his RV Mickey said They spend a lot of money for outofstate And if we mess this up and some how go to one fish then were going to lose a lot of Anglers who did not attend a hear ing may comment by calling Parks and Wildlife in 1800792 extension or writing to the department at 4200 Smith School TX ;