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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                Thursday Nov Hera IdZeitung Paga a Sports Day FOURTH AND SHORT FOOTBALL HIGH SCHOOL District standings for 284A teams TEAM Canyon 90 Alamo Heights 621 Boerne Uvalde New Braunfels Clemens Kerrville Tivy Smithson Vlly 72 531 63 27 26 17 284A EE 60 260 268 166 171 151 157 132 140 411 42 321 33 15 24 06 EA 76 147 125 179 112 201 202 131 Fridays Results Canyon 13 Clemens 12 New Braunfels 14 Uvalde 0 Boerne 16 Smithson Valley 15 Alamo Heights 27 Kerrville Tivy 16 Fridays Games Srrtithson Valley al Canyon Alamo Heights at New Braunfels Uvalde at Boerne Clemens at Kerrville Tivy Associated Press Top 10 Poll Class 4A Red Pts Pvs 2 Highland Park 2 3 La Marque 4 Austin Westlake 1 5 Stephenville 1 6 7 Consolidated 8 CCCalallen 9 Bay City 1 10 Waco University 90 90 80 90 90 90 81 80 81 90 283 225 21 1 199 157 146 98 91 75 29 1 2 3 4 6 5 7 8 9 10 Also receiving Roosevelt 14 Mesqutte Poleet 1 2 Andrews 10 Jacksonville 9 Silsbee 9 Henderson 8 New Brauntela Canyon 6 West OrangeStark 6 Pampa 3 Denison 2 LibertyEylau 1 Sulphur Springs 1 Sports Editor Richard Tijerina is a voting member o the AP Poll This is how he voted 1 Waxahachie 2 Highland Park 3 Westlake 4 La Marque 5 Stephenville 6 Plainview 7 New Braunfels Canyon 8 Consolidated 9 CC Calallen 10 Bay City This weeks NFL schedule Buffalo at New England Dever at Cleveland LA Raiders at Chicago Miami at NY Jets NY Giants at Dallas Philadelphia at Phoenix Pittsburgh at Cincinnati San Diego at Minnesota Seattle at Houston Tampa Bay at Detroit Indianapolis at Washington Green Bay at Kansas City OFF Atlanta LA Rams New Orleans San Francisco m MONTANA OUT Joe Montana wil Inot play in Kansas Citys game Monday night against Green Bay coach Marty Schottenheimer said Dave Krieg will start in his place Montana who has appeared in only half of the 28 quarters the Chiefs have played last week reinjured a hamstring that he hurt Oct 3 Montana sat out practice Wedneday and the Chiefs signed rooke quarterback Alex Van Pelt who graduated from San Antonio Churchill High School to their practice squad HAGER TO START Former University of Texas linebacker Britt ager will start at mid dle linebacker Sunday for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Phoenix Cardinals Hager gets his chance because Byron Evans broke his right forearm in Sundays loss to the Dallas Cowboys NFL REJECTS CHILDRESS PACT A new fouryear contract negotiated between the Houston Oilers and defensive lineman Ray Childress reportedly is being rejected by the NFL The Houston Chronicle quoting a league source report ed Wednesday the NFLwill not approve the deal signed Sept 3 because it contains a rightoMirst refusal clause Such a clause is invalid unless a players contract has expired When Childress signed he had a year remaining on his current pact VOLLEYBALL HIGH SCHOOL Tuesdays Class 4A Bidlstrict Results Canyon def Round Rock McNeil 1719 15 Austin Westlake del Boerne COUGAHETTES SET TO PLAY SATURDAY Canyon will play Waco Midway Saturday at 2 at Round Rock High School lor the area championship maich in the Class 4A state playoffs GOLF LOCAL TOURNEYS Results of Fraternal Order of Eagles Scramble Golf Tournament The team of Charlie Smith Vinse Velez Al Heinemeyer and Marian Fox fired an 11 under par 61 to win first place The four some of Pat Acheson David Cook Clarence Zinkgraf and Alice Simpson scored a respectable 8under par 64 to win second place Ed Christopher won ihe prize lor nearesttothe pin on Hole No 7 and Ray Meizke hit his tee shot on Hole No 12 eight eet from the hole to win another prize LANDA LADIES Van KlMf Brooks win T and F Virgie Van Kleet and Dorothy Brooks each shot a 31 to win the T and f tournament sponsored by the Landa Ladies Golf Association Mazine Reisbig won second with a 34 and Edna Guiiery came in third wiiri a 35 Jane Lee placed fourth with a 36 and both Jan Magnuson and Marjorie Kierk came in fifth with 37s HERALDZEITUNG CO DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK MESKE Want to cause a headache Try merging Isaac Mesa and Brett Zaeske into one player pills I A VB A By RICHARD TUERINA Sports Editor One is a dominant force at noscguard wreaking hav oc on offensive schemes The other is a quick mobile aggressive line backer always in the middle of the action with a flair for the big play Separately Isaac Mesa and 0 Brett Zacskc arc BrettZaeske Nos I and 2 in team tackles for Canyon which has enjoyed a defen sive revival in 1993 and is one of the major reasons the Cougars are 90 heading into Fridays Comal Bowl game with Smithson Valley But put the two together and youd get the best of both worlds Mesa and Zaeske combined for 33 tackles to lead the Cougars in their 1312 win over Clemens last Friday which clinched the District 284A championship The Cougar seniors have been named the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung CoDefensive Play ers of the Week Zaeske had the game saving play on Clemens last offensive play of the game On fourthandsix at the Cougar 14yard line Clemens was on the verge of winning the game with one minute remaining Opting to stay away from kicking in the wind Clemens went for the pass instead Quarterback Brannon Smith tried to hit Cecil Sorsby on a slant into the end but Zacskc knocked it HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Isaac Mesa 74 has terrorized quarterbacks all season long as has linebacker Brett Zaeske The two are the leading tacklers for a Canyon defense which has limited opponents to just points a game down at the fiveyard line securing the Canyon win Mesa broke through the line to put initial pressure on Smith and Zaeske was there for the bat down But ask both of them about their fourthdown heroics and youll get a different sto ry Zacskc actually tried for the inter ception but couldnt hold on and Mesa wasnt quite sure what down it was It was typical Mesa weather at Clemens cold wet and windy and everything hurt when you hit it The conditions may have played havoc with offensive game plans but the Cougar defense thrived All I needed was my kind of said Mesa who has suc cessfully made the move from defen sive end to noseguard this season Our offense had some bad breaks and the coaches told us we were going to have to step it Step it up they did The two dis rupted the Clemens game plan so much that the Buffaloes began to double team Mesa who ended with 19 tackles and one sack You have to account for Mesa inside because hes always making something Canyon coach Larry Nowotny said They had to double him which created problems because that freed Zaeske up a bit to go up to the ball They really comple ment each It was the second huge play Zaeske has made on a fourth down this year Against New Braunfels the linebacker stuffed a shortyardage play up the middle But his knockdown of Smiths pass was crucial During the time out pre ceding the play Zaeske said the Cougars prepared for a pass play I watched the quarterback s eyes and saw the tight end comi ng Zaeske said I played under it I tried to pick it off but I dropped it I mostly just wanted to get in front of it Its probably the biggest play Ive made this Zaeske leads the Cougars with 126 tackles from the middle linebacker position This is his first year in the middle having played at outside last year Defensive coordinator Tom Kosser switched Zaeske to middle this year to replace Johnny Schaas who led the Cougars in tackles last season Zaeske has thrived ever since That was a tremendous move for Nowotny said Hes our most mobile linebacker and he reads offenses so well Hes got a fine nose for the football At least once a ball game hes going to have one of those great Clemens converted twooffive fourth downs last Friday but Zaeske and Mesa stopped the most impor tant The two have combined to put the roar back in the Cougar defense Cougarettes have the tools and tude to go far in this years playoffs Two times this district sea son the Canyon Cougarettes pinned their ears back after losing a game and took care of business They did it again Tuesday night dropping a firstgame thriller 1719 to Round Rock McNeil then dis patching the Lady Mavericks 151 155 th e rest of the way It looked as easy as buttering your bread and its a testament to Donna Bochlc and her Cougarcttcs who have blended just the right amount of Richard Tijerina talent and attitude this year to make them serious threats in the Class 4 A picture Their playoff road continues Satur day when they play Waco Midway at Round Rock High School The 2 match was secured yesterday when all three schools agreed to the time and venue Now all the Couearcrtcs have to do is show up and take care of business again What makes the Cougarcttcs so dangerous is their attitude Even after losing that first game hcartbrcakcr to McNeil it was Canyon not Round Rock which seemed more loose before the start of the second game It made a difference Courtney Daffin was smiling and joking with Courtney Caddcll and Kristi Welch as both teams took to the court for the second game That kind of care free attitude isnt new for Canyon The Cougarcttcs practices are a combination of hard work and good times Boehle puts the team through vigorous workouts but the girls always seem to have a smile on their faces and if you listen hard enough you can hear a joke being cracked every now and then Boehle said she stopped trying to win volleyball matches a long time ago Now she concentrates on having fun That kind of attitude has drifted down throughout the Cougarctte ros ter and it shows Canyons roster is filled with the right attitude to make it a winner Having the talent doesnt hurt either The two go hand in hand for the Cougarettes and it has made all the difference in 1993 Richard Tijerina is sports editor for the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung SPORTS BULLETINS QUOTABLE NB Boosters honor players The New Braunfels Booster Club will honor all three football teams and their parents Nov 8 at The meeting will be held in Room B 17 and afterward the game film from the Alamo Heights varsity football game will be shown Hunting Contest Barrys Under Pass Saloon is cosponsorim a hunting contest with the Canyon Lake Archery Club Categories include Comal County Heavi est Buck Most Points Widest Horn Spread and Heaviest All Counties Heaviest Buck Most Points Widest Horn Spread and Heaviest 12andundcr Best all around 65 andovcr Best all around Mule Dccrany state Best all Hog Contest Heaviest Turkey Contest Longest bearded Beard Growing Contest Best Looking Ann Wrestling Championships Heavyweight middleweight 151200 and lightweight up to and Womcns Divi sion all around There is no entry fee and entries should be brought in to be measured and weighed For more information call 6251223 Heart Beat Aerobics The New Braunfels Parks and Recreations Dcpt is sponsoring an ongoing Heart Beat Aer obics class at Landa Park Recreation Center All fitness levels arc For more informa tion call 6082167 Golf tourney scheduled Cedar Branch No 8886 local fraternal order of Lutheran is sponsoring a golf tour nament for Heather and Misty Lester the two lit tle girls who suddenly lost their mother It will take place Nov 20 at Woodlands Golf Club in Canyon Lake and will be a fourmember team scramble For more information call 6200131 To hell with newspapermen You can buy them with a Former Yankee exeu tive George Weiss Dont Let Miserably Low CD Rates Ruin Your Retirement FREE Report Reveals How To Avoid The Most Dangerous And Costly Mistake That Can Destroy Your Retirement Call 1800T4849026 pin 24 Hours For A Free Recorded Message To Discover The Information You Want That Your Financial Advisor Will Never Tell You KRAKATOAS FEMALE DANCERS Tuesdays and Thursdays NO COVER FREE DRAFT BEER 7pm 8pm LIVE FEMALE DJ TABLE DANCES 50 CENT POOL TABLES DOOR PRIZES WEEKLY Pitchers Longnecks Tues Fri Midnight Saturday Available for Private Parties 1904 R R 12 Towards Wimberty Ph   

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