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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Friday Oct HeraMZeitung ms Who Picks The Prognosticators are made up of Herald staff along with two guests each week which change on a rotation basis This weeks guests are Herald advertis ing representatives Beckie Easley and Becca Barry Last Clemens at Naw Brauntels Beckie Easley Advertising Rep 910 7229 712 New Brauntela Richard Tljerlna Sports Editor 118 7130 702 New Brauntels Canyon Douglas Brandt Press Foreman 145 7031 693 New Braunlels John Huseth Photographer 118 6734 663 New Braunfels Becca Barry Advertising Rep 109 6734 663 ew Braunfels Paul Davis Advertising Director 109 6536 643 New Braunfols Rose Marie Hash Staff Writer 910 6041 594 Mark Lyon Managing Editor 811 5942 584 Jennifer Rompel Staff Writer 118 5843 584 David Publisher 910 5546 544 New Brauntels Jvalde Kerrvllle Tlvy SmithsonValley errville Tlvy Alamo Heights Alamo Heights Kerrvffle Alamo Heights Alamo Heights Kerrville Ti Alamo 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place off the court Boeme is coached by Liana Jack son a former player for Boehle at Canyon and the older sister of Cougarette setter Sara Tyler Boehle said it has always been strange to watch a former player coach ing on the other side of the scorers table I probably feel respect more than anything Boehle said I have a lot of respect for her as a person and as a coach Shes very sincere Ill enjoy being around her again but probably more after the match than The Cougarettes and Greyhounds were playoff teams last year in a dis trict race which went down to the wire Boerne upset Canyon in the last regu lar season match to tie the standings That Canyon loss also eliminated New Braunfels from the playoffs A onematch playoff resulted to determine the district champion Canyon won This year has begun where last sea son left off Both Canyon and Boeme have looked dominating at times But both have had their share of struggles as well The Greyhounds were extended to three games by 15 Clemens Tuesday night However Boehle said the Grey hounds were too talented to follow up an off night with another off night When I saw them earlier this year they looked awfully Boehle said Jeri Simpson is a natural athlete and she hits well from any area of the floor Amy Wilson has been strong for them Canyon boasts enough talent of their own to cause Boeme fits Kirsten Oelk ers has 153 kills and 50 blocks for the season Tyler has 438 assists 45 kills and 26 aces Kristi Welch has 92 kills and 30 aces Courtney Caddell has 45 kills 27 aces 27 assists and 10 blocks Dawn Pantermuehl has 17 aces and Courtney Daffin has 114 kills and 14 aces We have to play one point at a time Boehle said The girls have worked really hard over the last two days Weve had some unbelievable rallies in practice Weve looked really great and I think were New Braunfels Smithson Valley both in action HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Kirsten Oelkers has 153 kills this year and leads the Cougarettes In a District 284A showdown today with 60 Boerne By RICHARD TIJERINA Sports Editor One game separates New Braunfels and Smithson Valley in the district standings and both teams head into the final game of the first half of the district season needing to build momentum New Braunfels 167 33 hosts Clemens 312 15 today at at Unicorn Gym A win over the Buf faloes would give the Unicorns some thing to focus on as they prepare for the second half Were up were ready and were New Braunfels coach Claudia Perry said Weve had some wonder ful practices over the last two days and were all The Unicorns will be led by middle blocker Erin Baetge outside hitters Sarah Bolle and Traci Tuch and setter Rochelle Colvin who has been effec tive in setting up the Unicom offense New Braunfels is coming off a dis appointing 1513 1513 loss at Ker rville Tivy Perry said the key to tonights match will be concentration that the Unicorns will have to beat Clemens as a single unit On the other end of the momentum spectrum Smithson Valley will try for two district wins in a row when it trav els to Alamo Heights today at The Rangerettes led by the domi nating net play of Allyson Kitchel beat Uvalde Tuesday night A win would give the Rangerettes a 34 district mark over the first half but more importantly a much needed boost of confidence as they prepare for the rest of the season C D E o A 3 For Better or For Worse 11 DOIT Peanuts IP I CCOLOGOBflCKTD THIS MORNING I IN VENTS A TTHE NW1INE WILL A BUCKS AN 90N T POKScT TO USB YOUR THANK5 FOR TMc SUGGESTION WISH I WISH i WISH i WISH RUNNING YOU TWO STOP Tumbleweeds ANP SHE LIKES WITTV MY PATE IS VEFW SOPHISTICATED GrARFlELP THIS TAKE SUBTLE FAUCET 6HOULP t VET CRACK HER UP I C THEN AT LEAST STOP SHRIEKING GOD HELP US WHEN I DONT SLOW DOWN BEFORE TAKING A CORNER U BOUGHT ONE PoH FOR CfN Wipe 4NP I T7 MOTHERS THEYRe flll WOfflEN if w SOUGHT mi TIP PfliRS WO I GOT SOME BootyHOPlMft TO FOO INTO THINK OU ONW 001 Greixhen and 1 are Proceeds Yeah We can play Ah Sweet uouth in 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