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

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Cougars kick off playoff march with McNeill •By DOUGLAS HLS J HsnlMMlung I ; Twice tilie season the Canyon 'Cougars have beaten Round I Rock McNeil, but neither of ; those means a thing now. The ; stakes are higher this time as the teams kick off the state soccer playoff race tonight at Cougar Stadium at 7:30. Canyon head coach Danny Bueno would just as soon fbr-«get his team's earlier wins. * "Whatever happened in the ! regular season doesn't mean '^anything,” Bueno said. “We’re 0* JO and they're 0-0. That's • insignificant because it's a new I The Cougars (124-1,84) poetized 3-1 and 2-0 wins over McNeil £in pre-district outings, but | Bueno said the team has some ' good talent Midfielder Jeremy Triplett, who plays on the . Austin Capitals with New I Braunfels’ Ryder McDonald and ; Ryan Rogers, is considered to ;.be the team's best player. I Bueno also complimented I McNeil's goalie. Bueno said he believes the | Cougars will be mentally prepared to face a team with :revenge on its mind. * “I think the kids realise the »wins don't mean anything,” he > said. That's why we play the I game. lf the games we played earlier meant anything, we wouldn't to play this one. “We expect a game from them They have that revenge factor from the other two times we played, so I'm sure that gives them an extra incentive. Hopefully, we are prepared for that” THE SCORERS Name Goals Assists Vince Bueno    26    8 Sean Merz    10    14 Jerry Van Noy    6    3 Rigo Rodriguez    6    1* Joseph Schuetze 4    3 * 10 games Bueno takes a young squad into the playoffs this year—six sophomore starters and one freshman starter. The Cougars were forced to play the second half the District 52 schedule without three senior starters, who were lost to grades. Bueno said his youth has really stepped up to put Canyon in the playoffs because they are all easy to coach. “They're a real coachable bunch and I think that’s why they've been successful up to this point,” Bueno said. They also play together real well. Sometimes you have some good players but they don't play well together. This team has put individual goals behind that of the team's.” The strength of the team rests solely on its youth in the scoring department as sophomores Vince Bueno and Sean Marx lead the way with 26 and IO goals respectively. Men leads the team with 14 assists. Freshman Jerry Van Noy is the next active player with six goals and three assists. The defense is where the senior leadership shows up. Mack Mills and Jason Barucky solidify a unit that includes a 'Urn Vinca Bueno, who has 26 goals this season, leads the Canyon Cougars into their Bi-District playoff game with Round Rock McNeil tonight at 730. Photo by John Huseth. speedy Bryan Yuras and Cur-    Cougars* character as its bright-    in games they should have won tis Arens.    est attribute. He said their abd-    carried them to the playoffs and Coach Bueno lauds his 1993    ity to remain mentally focused    another shot at McNeil. NB, Canyon face off in dual meet before starting Spring Break By DOUGLAS PILS The New Braunfels and Canyon track teams staged a dual meet Thursday to get in some final work before Spring •Break. Both teams are off this weekend, so the meet gave the teams a chance for some competition running. : Smithson Valley was supposed to ‘attend the meet, but meet officials said the Rangers sat out to rest some nagging injuries. • The wind blew straight down the home •stretch making fast times a virtual impossibility. Despite the adverse conditions, the Cougars and the Unicorns did manage some respectable times. Nffs Darrell Claik ran the 3200 meters for the first time this season, coming in with a 1043.3 with no one pushing him. Cameron Brooks finished the 800 meters with a 2:09 and Lisa Waltzer ran a 2:30.03 for the Unicorns. Canyon's Todd Mitchell ran a wind-aided 15.00 in the 110-meter hurdles and New Braunfels freshman Kelly Garza was clocked at 11.44 in the 100-meter dash. The biggest field event battle was between Canyon sophomore Craig Perkins and NB freshman Clay fikarovsky in the pole vault Perkins came away with the victory with a vault of 13 feet 6 indies. Skarovsky vaulted an even 13 feet Canyon will compete in Leander Mar. 27 ana the Unicorns will be at Boerne. RESULTS SOLS VAULT 1. Craig Parking, Canyon. IS fool. S boh©©; 2. Clay Skarovaky, Now Braunlala. IS foal; S. (Ila) Scow SBWffp Bl DWi nuCfmlBuvi, NBw DfaifflvBBi lr SWI, © rn **---- a a. —l.l— A *__* ■mm, ©• iiwy fnJwiffiBon, nbw DiaunivBi is ibbi* JUMP© Boyg ,    » -« I —    ^------u .—*.    a    ■    F-i—    ___ •* naRJf DiMli w©njf©n apis VB©|    a*    BBBB!    rD©yi    NBW Braunteta. SS teal, I 1/2 inehaa; S. Jaaaa Footer.    Now BraniJate GA A a A ln rd# ■ ■ DflUfwiD, AA © Ira wKWl©©. OMI 1. Kim Simon, Maw Brauntete, SS teat, 2 1/2 tnchaa; 2. Kim Brunatla, Canyon, 32 loot, 8 inchao; S. Ava Knauppar, Now Brauntela SO teal, 41/2lnchgg. Boyo TTH© Rotated©, Now Brauntete, ISO fool, 71/2 Inch©©; 2. Dugin Simona, Wow Brauntela. 12S loot, 111/2 inoh-ao; S. Kavln Palmar, Maw Brauntete, 123 teal. 7 1/2 kwhaa: 4. WMtem Rtehard, Canyon, 117 teal, S Inch©©; 8. Katy Gana. Haw Brauntete. 118 teal, 8 1/2 inch©©; A Joey topaz, Canyon, HS teal, 41/2 inch©©. OMI 4    |rrnn BS^-^aa.^    ^-----• M SaaA* A I lauteau I • fiffOn DBBnf, NBW DiWfiVB©! MB IBBI, m • LBlBBBf McNsMI. Canyon, SS foal, 7 1/2 incha©; S. Windy Orab©, Canyon SI teal, S 1/2 inch©©; 4. Loth Frazter, AA daame A    A    ^abujm wAffyGol AO IBA| © BlwlBB, ©• Of©©© » ABnBfi wBWWf©Sl« 87 teal, 111/2 Incha©; S. Krtetl Undaman, Maw D#aimfate AA laai © DfAUfAA©, ©A ©©I e VAWIB©. MOH JUMP Boyo a HUI fllrkii Bmelftia A HanAi Bahama mom inn A taal* I* (BHS| nMlf ©MAP © nWAf DrvBnl, A# Al IIVI I* © Awl, rn AUl     «    ---- 41^—     a-*-    a    A___- A# (W©j SB©©BI OATrB, SWAW DfAUoWBBB, © VBy BIBBBii Canyon, 8 teal, IO Inohoa. OMI I. (Ila) Krtetl llndaman, Maw Brauntete, 8 Kalla ggMaaaal Aaaua© A laai • A llaaaa Baiaaate Llaiu ©fAWnUAI, vBriyWli © I©©!# A* MBgBn OCnWID, PIBW Braunteta, 4 teal IO Inch©©. LONOJUMP Arte 1. Kim Brunotti, Canyon, 18 teal. 2 inch©©; 2. Laloya Hoard. Now Brauntete. IS teal, 111/2 inch©©; S. lash frazter, Canyon, IS teal IO S/4 inch©©; 4. Anna Liao WAvhAA, IWBNA PPfPPPPPW©©# SA ©API# a WWA^AP. •MOT PUT tem Junto Vatolv rn    ©z rn— ma teaiatente AA laai A 1--*  A lr I©©© ▼©©©©©# SW©w D*B©PBA| AA SAMI# © WWWS©©# A* dote Banzai©©. Now Brauntete. 41 teal, • Inch©©; S. Caray Elrod. Now Brauntete. 41 taal, S bahoo; 4. ar-**- aa rn «-*- aa a^ a a ^mAoaa* A VWAInAn BABfl# SWAW PP*©l©^NPPBa NPP ©PBN# SIS Pn^WNNP, ©• Erie Qarza, Canyon. SS teal. • inchaa; 8. Kavln Vaolai, Canyon, A teal, • tnchaa. DAJR vmwmj a .LmmIaa    Dcanidate AA foal A faaidiee* A s» w©ai bb©©©*©# vamps ©nun©©# MB ©SM# © WSunWAo A* Rudy Juana, Now Braunteta, 47 teal, 8 1/2 Inehaa; 8. Jammy Schuatz, Canyon, 44 teal, 1/2 Inch; 4. Ho Rotated©, Now Brauna!©. A teal, 10 Inch©©; S. MB© fotfoamawpi Pammui A© foml A fo#diAa* A l^teaaaai^a Akaaa HAWA©©©!# %N©r©l©l# A© ©RPI# © WSUn©©« ©• (©©WMS \JBB©©nT, Pamiua Aa    A tADpBl) ©A SAAS# A B1AAB. OM© Vanity 1. Lindsay McN©MI, Canyon. 20 teal. 2 boho©; 2. n ©■» a-— rn------ ae ©--*    A «— -«--- a    um—*- - DrwuBB rlAHI©# vBrq^n, Af SAAS# A BlwBfB, ©• ©NSWBy Qntat, Canyon, 27 teal. 8280 MUIR RUN I. Darrell Clark. Now Brauntete, 10:43.3; 2. K©vb Rotate©, Canyon, 1202. 400 MCTKR RSLAV I© tmteh# VS AmmJa©j gjk&M JAiBir vanny ooyv I. Now BraurVata IC. Simon© P nm nil# war 8kammkv K. Qarza), 47.2; 2. Canyon (Jarry Barhop, Haolor Tamma Dfjiky flrdvtarm BaA^ai DfoiatamakabArt AW A* I WPI, kmwaljf IBMA©I| NWAn D6©v^R©V©JA©Avj# ABLA# S. Now Brauntete (Byartey. Oylar, HMwt, Fdby), MA. ©J rn. aa___ VBrBRy DOyA • wBnywl |JBVBVSiy LASSA# IOO© MB©©!, nKR|f OOAVWA# Craig Parkin©). 40.1; 2. Now Brauntela (Brian Huchinoon, Nick Bucko, Troy Huchbaon. Joooo Foetor), 46.3; 3. Now Brauntete (MHteap. WHkbs, Caam, Valdez), 4S.61. Varsity OM© a fldaoMi ttfamlala fgrfoN I kufomiAii ©SaAoaaaA tAlAliAa© I • SWAW OTA LA BW© (RiWII l»MiOAVTl©n, OnAVWlA SSBRMb# K©rri Cogd©H, Latov© Hoard), 82.38; 2. Canyon I (Jaaalca Sargonl, Kbi Brunette. Shannon Young, j Katdmann), 823; 2. Canyon ll (Amy Sawarotay, frmitfoftA Crti B©aa44a UAaMi BBa© ct DaowaL AA A OBWWAMi 9 Sy# DSATSO© BBABOS1# PffSUI vTBSSB©© BP©*©* IM MBTBR NUN Boy_____ I. Camaron Brook©, Now Brauntete, 2$8; 2. Thomas Ratatat!*. Now Brauntete. 2:18; 2. Oscar Alvaraz. Maw Brauntela. 2:42. OMI I. Lloa WaNzar, Now Brauntete, 2:30.03; 2. Holly Covington, Now Brauntela, 2:42; S. Krteli Belmar, Canyon 2:40; 4. Heather aik, Canyon. SSS. IM MKTBR HUROLBO I. Megan Ochwota. Now Brauntete. 1717. 11t MCTSR HUROLIO I. Todd Mioh#i. Canyon, 16.M; 2. Sam BiunUor, New Brauntete. 17.07; S. Caaay Simon©, N©w Braunteta, 1700 1MMCTKRO I. KoMy Qarza, Now Braunf©!©. 11.44; 2. Rotaort Btenk©nta©k©r, Canyon 12.33; S. Bobby Rotaooon, Canyon, 1202. * 1/aAbi jun© wmWmf MW© Ivy Cm a------ ae a, rn Afockiim **-**-   • lAHA© rljfi W©SlyOn# SA.I, A* PnBfin© PffCMURMVV, Canyon 13.0. VaraSyQM© 1. Latoya Hoard, Now Braunfote. 12.84; 2. Kim Ute, Canyon. 1S10; S. Shannon Young, Canyon, 181; 4. Jan© Hooker, Canyon, 13.7. Ilfog Bmieifofo lAmmm I Aaa tfocAmm Aagu    lf Altai • SWBP© ©PWMBNP© |©f©©l WM© VAS©©©# ©May vWM, RBIII Cagdoli, Shanna Wataolor), 1:81.73; 2. Canyon dgtaAAOoAl lf la© aaa a Mb© Bn in ASS a Iajwa    DAjilfu ^©BWaSAI SLWISSMn# St WTI D«un©vi©t kSBWSA rWALMAf# BPBP^Ay Kaufman), 114.0. 4MMBTSRS Junior Vartety Boy© 1. Hector Toro©, Canyon, M.1; 2. Copanhavar, Now Brauntete, M.4S; 3. Valdez, Now Brauntela. 87.3; 4. mc A-----a — C— aa na wBBWSSS# NAB OfBNjni©©, B6>lAi OMO Heat 1: I. Kelly Kokama, New Braunfote. MI; 2. ▼•Ply* A*kUp LUm va—-,irgmIm AA MI* A ^------ CILdl • Any© VBws©Bv # IWW diBwsbAi ad.od, a, oronoy tmwi, Canyon. 60.0; 4. Roman© Moya. Now Brcunfate, tfomC Si 4 gmlfo fofltai** ©Agee DpmiifliAfo AA A gAcdkml ^©P© A* S* WB© kMISSAA# SWAW ©BIBBBBL BNI*©# NBOnBI Klnmon, Canyon, 67.3; 3. Jennifer Wilson, Now Brauntete, 7013. SM HUROLBO Boys I. Shat Wilkins, Now Brauntela, 43.17; 2. Brian UiudilaAAA ai-... ilimmdate AA A* A Tam * * *-»---- nwiwMon, iw©w ossuvwabp# aa*©# a* s ©» riucvvnAon, Ll*u| QamiaAmta AMI A IW©W ©SAUSWAM# ^©*A* OMS 1. Megan Schwab, New Brauntete, 48J8; 2. Baste Wc®aIa© W©Bf BraunMs EE 73 Junior Varafey Boys 1. Katy Qarza, New Brumal#, 241; 2. Jaaaa Footer, 281; 3. Mao Fotey. Now Brauntela, 213; 3. day 8karavaky, Now Brauntete, OBI; 4. Kyla Boos, Canyon, 2S.1. Junior Varsity Ob© 1. Kelly Jamas. Now Braunfote. 31.47; 2. Norma Para*, Now Brauntete. MU; 3. Vanaooa Bapidvada, 33.38; 4. Amanda Thomas, Canyon 331; 8. Brenda WHaon, Canyon, 36.4; 3. MlchaSi Moreno©, Canyon MI Varsity OM© 1. Backy Koulman. Canyon. 271; 2. Karri Cogdall, Now Braumate, 20.0; 3. Laloya Hoard, Now Bracteate, 88.16; 4. Anna UM Vargas, Now Braunteta, 3911; S. ISM sa Sargent, MCTBRS Canyon, M.1 I. John Ramiraz. Now Braunlala, 8:08; 2. Jaal Ha raj rn nill rn kl-.... a .#An© C>|A DB*TWfn^B| NBW Dr ALM WAI©, ©*S©* Obi 1. Ambar Wanzal, Now Brauntete. 8:30; t. Llaa Waller, Now Braumale, 8:43; 3. Katy Clark, Now Brauntete. 8:11; 4. Jute Taylor, Nsw Brauntete, 117. ISM MST© RSLAV Obi 4 Ibui    I (limmmn AjAyyate    Mlaaaml 5 • SWAW DvAllvWA© « (MBB© ©MIW©©# Rn©© PW ©vimWI t Ka My Kaksman, Amy Cook), 4:14.14; 2. Now flrainf ala ll i >u— vam# — ac i-m- ti..—    >i-m. Oa©Ma©A© SS |alASW©AS TTIWWl, vvSPSwWPW© RWLASDm# ©y ^mibidnn ii ii ibbi rn Dumv) i»ie. © mc rtrmi minim III wLAfW1^pOSV« fWOSTT© vASAmf# A*AA# A* PPA^W ©SPMUWAPNA PW (Tanya Oahlar, Juda Taylor, Baya 4 Simcoe Dcmcinlmla I filicA Aiabm Tmu focinfommma iAadmaa • • SWAW DTAIWAA© I (NMI ULM©©# I V©y S SU^eWfPBOfl, Dnwi HiaMmon Camaron Brooks) 3 31 ft 2 Now Braunteta InNISWlSfMPlMlf wpWPvWMwm# WW1PMteMPf ip*IMP*er# •» tetaW wwPWHSSlPPW ll (OanaN Clark, Mall Falay. Jaaaa Footer, Shoo WNkba). 3:401. Larry Morgan Corpus Christi Caller-Times Three redfish is enough for Texas anglers CORPUS CHRISTI —Throe is enough. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has proposed allowing anglers to keep one more redfish. Four instead of three. But anglers are saying three is enough. The department says the redfish has made a significant recovery since the late 1970s and early '80s when recreational anglers and commercial natters competed for the same fish. The population is higher than at any time in the past 17 years, when Parks and Wildlife first started monitoring fish numbers. One department official has noted, The'good of days’are well before • 17 years ago." But with tho recovery to date, it means the state can increase the bag limit without jeopardising the longterm health of the redfish, Karen Meador, TP&W coastal biologist, said at a public hearing last week at Rockport. But the angfora want it left A three. Tell Texas Parks and Wildlife not to be so nice to us. We love 'em. But tell them not to be so nice," Kenneth Callaway of Rockport said as a hearing at Rockport concluded. Late February and early Mardi is the time that Puke and WudUfo shops its proposals for changes in hunting and fishing regulations around tho stats. Department staff members propose the dianges. Comments from the public hearings ars being forwarded to the Parks and Wildlife Commission which ultimately decides the fats of the proposals. The commission is scheduled to meet March 25 and decide on this year's proposals, which would become effective Sept. L At Rockport, 23 people attended the hearing and ll commented on the redfish proposal, all in opposition. Five of those were professional guides, one of whom represented tho Coastal Bend Guides Association end read a letter outlining the association's opposition. The letter said th# guides wanted to hold the daily limit at three but widen the range of legal-rissd redfish to 18-30 inches from th# current 20-26 inches. Hie general sentiment against th# more liberal four-fish bog limit has dealt with not altering something that is working well Those opposing it said they detected no outcry from other anglers for a bigger limit And three redfiih 20-28 indies long is plenty offish. T like the slot where it is,” professional guide Gordon Janssen said. “I think we got where we are by having the slot limit like it is.” Gary Clouse, a professional guide at Rockport, said that ha spoke with perhaps 150 anglers over the course of 20 days this peat winter A various fishing shows in the state. There's a very smell percentage who say they want (bur redfish,” he said. “And there isn't anyone who's fished with ms who wanted one more redfish.” Jerry Mickey owns a recreational vehicle park at Rockport and also guides anglers. He said non-resident anglers see no need for changing the beg limit T¥e have numerous out-of-state people staying at our park all winter. They're perfectly happy with three fish,* Mickey said. “They dont want to rode the boat They say, *Laave it alone.” Changing th# way the fishery is managed now would bs too risky and may coat the state income, he said. Referring to the anglers at his RV perk, Mickey said: They spend a lot of money for out-of-state licenses. And if wa mess this up and somehow go to one fish (daily), than we're going to lose a lot of revenue.” Angkn who did not attend a having may comment by calling Burke and Wildlife in Austin, 1400-792-1112, extension 4974, or writing lo the department at 4900Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744. Canyon Winter Sports Awards Pages Friday, March 19,1993    HerakJ-Zeftung,    New    Braunfels given Value in varsity aoocar (br) Saen Mara, Mo© Vabeoia Playar, Bryan Yuras, co-Mo* Valuable Daftnatva Player, and Curtis Arena, co-Most Valuable Defensive Player. Photos by Karla Wenzel. UImK AjkfojkjJ bogled canyon nyn ocnooi non QMM In vMhf aoooar M Paniagua, ism Mm Award, Jarry Vm WmL i©Eii© rWiAAffkiA CMppmamt Air#© Lr©**v    RR©I©* program and the folowing ©/aids ware Moat Valuable Offenses Play©. Johnny Hustle Awald, and Mack Mali, oo-Moct ;

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