New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 17, 1993, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 17, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas HIGH SCHOOL ELGIN SAN MARCOS CANYON (SEW BRAUNFELS RANDOLPH GONZALES SOUTHSIDE TAFT Canyon’s Mitchell garners All-State honor Cougars' mammoth "War Pigs” offensive line, and New Braunfels linebacker Todd Veselis, who led the Unicorns in tackles, were named on the Honorable Mention team. Canyon finished the year 12-1, losing in the third round of the playoffs to Corpus Christi Cal allen. The Cougars' strong season was led by a high-pow ered offense and a stingy defense, and all three seniors who were named played integral parts in the Cougars' district championship and playoff drive. Mitchell was a unanimous first-team All District Pick, and was the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung's Offensive See ALL STATE; Page7A By RICHARD TIJERINA Sports Editor_ Linebacker Brett Zaeske, who    * W led the Cougars in    c jbwn tackles this season, were named to the    JrPsi fiS second team. Canyon center Mitchell Jeremy Schuetz, the anchor of the Members from Comal County on th# APSE Clast 4A All-St att Tsam: FIRST TEAM: Todd Mitchell, rb. Canyon, 6-2,185, Sr. SECOND TEAM: Brett Zaeske, lb, Canyon, 5-10,170-, Sr. HONORABLE MENTION: Jeremy Schuetz, Canyon; Todd Veaelia, New Braunfels. Canyon running back Todd Mitchell, who turned a high school transfer as a junior into a state rushing title as a senior, was named a first team selection to the 1993 Associated Press Sports Editors Class 4A All State Team BASKETBALL BESTBFT- ON TY TODAY: New York Knlcks at Chicago Bulls, 7 p m , TNT Channel 24. Leat Night’s Garnet. Knicto IQS. Later* 85 Nets 111. Hornets 95 Pacers 99. Hawks 81 Spurs 103. Mays 89 ■ HURLEY MAY PLAY IN A YEAR: Bobby Hurley, recovering dramatically from automobile ct ash injuries, should be released from intensive care soon and could be back at point guard for the Sacramento Kings within a year, doctors said Thursday. Specialists said Hurley, 22, a two-time All-America at Duke and the Kings' No. 1 draft pick this year, was mending quickly, due in part to his peak physical conditions, from last Sundays accident. ■ MULLIN SHOULD RETURN TONIGHT: Chris Mullin, sidelined by hand and leg injuries sinoe the beginning of the season, was activated Thursday by the Golden State Warriors and is expected to play Friday night at Sacramento. ■ JOHNSON SUED IN PATERNITY SUIT: A Baltimore woman has (lied a paternity suit against Larry Johnson of the Charlotte Hornets and a judge has ruled that the case should be public, according lo court records. Johnson denied he is the baby's father and has agreed to undergo a blood test. CUv Classic 1993 River Tournament brackets Boys' Preview........... Girls' Preview......... Local basketball tournament loaded with talent, from top to bottom of brackets. kind takes precedent this weekend in New Braunfels. The 19th Annual River City Classic tips off today, when defending girls' champion Bandera plays Lockhart at 4:30 p.m. at Canyon High School. The tournament, being co-hosted by See CLASSIC, Page 8A By RICHARD TIJERINA Sports Editor_ This wont be called a Classic for nothing. High schools around the state are wrapping up final exams for the first semester this week. For 14 boys' and girls' basketball teams, a test of a new District 28-4A standings, Boys TEAM Boerne Clemen* Kerrville Tivy Alamo Height* Canyon New Braunfels Uvalde Smith son Valley ■ DISTRICT: 21-3A ■ RECORD: 1-8 ■ MASCOT: Wildcats ■ FACES TO WATCH: P La Patrick Madison P Charles Wilson; F Heath Pace ■ Canyon 47, Gonzales 45. ■ New Braunfels 67, Austin Travis 65 ■ San Marco* 102, Hays SS ■ DISTRICT: 25-5A ■ REC0R0:13-0 ■ MASCOT: Rattlers ■ FACES TO WATCH: C Max Sch leder; G Jason Chaffield; F Gen try Ie Harris ■ DISTRICT: 28-4A ■ RECORD: 7-4 ■ MASCOT: Cougars ■ FACES TO WATCH: C John Wheelock; F Cate Baese; F Coby Baese; G Mike Casto Canyon vs. Taft. 7:30, Cougar Den (at River City Clasaic through Saturday), Sa# Story, Page SA New Braunfels vs. Elgin, 6 p.m., Unicorn Gym (at Rivar Qty Classic through Saturday). See Story, Pogo BA Saturday's Gamas Canyon at River City dassie New Braunfels at River Qty Classic Marble Falls at Smithson Valley. 3 p.m., Ranger Gym District 28-4A standings. Girls ■ DISTRICT: 28-4A ■ RECORD: 7-5 ■ MASCOT: Unicorns ■ FACES TO WATCH: F Mike Sierra; PG Shae Wilkins; P Albert Muniz ■ DISTRICT: 27-2A ■ RECORD: 7-4 ■ MASCOT: Rohawks ■ FACES TO WATCH: P James Miller; G Jeremy Brunk; G Robert Evans ■ DISTRICT: 27-3A ■ RECORD: 7-4 ■ MASCOT: Apaches ■ FACES TO WATCH: G Jermaine Hansford; G Steven Herrera ■ DISTRICT: 29-4A ■ RECORD: 5-5 ■ MASCOT: Cardinals ■ FACES TO WATCH: P Brandon Harvy; PG Fernando Garcia ULAM. Boerne Kerrville Tivy Alamo Haights New Braunfels Uvalde Clemens Canyon Smithson Valley I    .    .    Harold    Zottung    photo    by    JOHN    HUSETH Haw Braunfels guard Jesse Morales learned thehard way what It means to ba a student athlete. But attar being academically Ineligible to play tor the first part of this season, Morales returns to the Unicorns today against Elgin. ■ Alamo Haights 38 Smithson Valley 30 Friday's Games Canyon Junior Varsity vs Del Valle, 430 p.m., Unicom Gym (at River Qty dassie through Saturday). ■ DISTRICT: 30-3A ■ RECORD: 6-5 ■ MASCOT: Greyhounds ■ FACES TO WATCH: C Max Seceder; G Jason Chattier; F Gen try Ie Harris Morales anxious for hoops return By RICHARD TIJERINA    ai New Braunfels in the last six weeks Sports Editor_ He may have been a bit winded Thurs day, but he didn't care. Back and forth, back and forth,    He has made the long trip back from back and forth. Jesse    being academically ineligible to literal^ Morales' first workout as an    ly hours away from his first taste of a eligible player Thursday was full of    basketball game this year in a New conditioning drills at Unicom Gym,    Braunfels uniform. a far cry from the intense game plan    For six weeks, it has been nothing sessions the New Braunfels boys'    but Algebra for Morales, studying, basketball team goes through in the    working, waiting. Morning and after- afternoon practice sessions.    noon tutorial sessions have paid off, This was the athletic period workout,    And now Morales will take the court the only time Morales Iras been allowed    when New Braunfels plays Elgin to participate in any basketball activity    Sea    MORALES,    Page 7A Saturday's Gamas Haw Braunfels (7-5) va. sithsr Canyon JV or Daf Valla. 10:30 a.m., Unicorn Gym (at Rivar City dassie), Sa# Story, Pogo BA Canyon va. sithsr Bandars or Lockhart, 1030 SJH.. Cougar Dan (at Rivar City Classic), Soo Story, r .ga BA FOOTBALL Alania at Washington Buffalo at Mam! Houston al Pittsburgh LA Rams a! doormat Mnnaaoia at Groan Bay Maw England at Ctovsiand Phoenix at Saattio San Disgo at Kansas City San Francisco at Devon Tampa Bay at LA Raiders PhMadsiphia st Indianapolis (Monday, Dae. 20) NY Giants at Nsw Qtaans COMING TUESDAY Com pieta coverage of to# 1993 River City Classic basketball tournament SPORTS BULLETINS QUOT ABL. E SV Alumni Game Smithson Valley will hold its annual basketball alumni game Saturday, Bec. 18, at 4:30 p.m. at Ranger Gym, immediately following the varsity game against Marble Falls, which begins at 3 p m Any Smithson Valley alumnus who was a basketball letterman is invited to show up and play. For more information, call (210) 885-7273. Semi-pro team forming A group of local residents are trying to form a semi-professional football team in New Braunfels, and need interested players. They art looking for players 20-30 years old. The new semi pro season starts in Spring 1994, and the group needs at least 20 more players for the team. The Texas League includes semi-pro teams in San Antonio, Austin, Beaumont and Dallas. For more information, call Mark after 5 p.m. at 629-5616. Judson vs. Plano, ll Replays of last Saturday's Class 5A Division I game featuring Converse Judson's 36-13 victory over Plano on Sunday, Dec. 26 at 3 p.m. on Home Sports Entertainment. HSE also will air the UIL 5A Division ll Championship live on Sunday, Dec. 19 at 6 p.m., Dec. 20 at 9 a.m and Dec. 26 at 6 p.m. Alamo High School Extra, HSE's weekly Texas high school football show, will preview the Division n championship game as well as review last week's Division I matchup and all other division championships. In its second year on HSE, Alamo High School Extra can be seen on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., with replays on Thursdays at 11 p.m. Lewisville (14-0-1) reached the championship See BULLETINS, Page 7 A ^We're thin and getting thinner, thinnest I guess, — Smithson Valley boys' coach Bill MacLaay, on th# Rangers' basketball injuries. J ;

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