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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 28, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                II ri a I I t I u n Sports Day FOURTH AND JASKETBALL BEST BET ON TV MONDAY Antonio Spun at Mlnml Heat KABB Channel 29 NO BREAK FORNIQUE Xrays taken Monday of Dominique Wllklne left ankle no broken bones the team said Wllklns Injured the ankle Sunday In the third period of the Hawks 9187 loss to the New Jersey Nets In Rutherford N J flPPEH HONORED Settle Plppen was selected NBA player of the week Monday after averaging 23 points per game laat week as the Chicago Bulls went 40 COLLEGE Aeaoolated Preea Top 25 Poll Mena Red PVJ 1 Arkansas 46 2 N Carolina 11 3 Duke 3 4 Temple 3 5 Kentucky 6 Kansas 7 Michigan 8 UCLA 1 9 Massachusetts 10 Purdue 11 Louisville 12 Arizona 13 Indiana 14 Connecticut 15 Georgia Tech 16 Minnesota 17 Wisconsin 18 Cincinnati 19 Syracuse 20 Oklahoma State 21 George Wash 22 Illinois 23 Boston College 24 Marquette 25 70 91 80 40 71 111 61 60 71 80 51 81 52 70 71 72 60 82 71 72 61 62 72 62 32 975 916 873 785 773 703 650 566 389 361 329 280 252 201 166 103 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 8 10 11 13 12 15 14 16 17 20 21 22 23 19 18 24 25 TEXAS 87 OKLAHOMA 75 Guards Tyler and Rencher combined for 45 points Inducing 29 In the second half as Texas routed Oklahoma 8775 Monday night at the Frank Erwln Center It was Oklahoma coach Billy Tubba first loss to the Longhoms In eight games HIGH SCHOOL Last Tuesdays Results Canyon 55 Lockhart 39 Ctompns 72 Southslde 66 Boeme 90 Westlake 66 Georgetown 52 Tlvy 51 Smithson Valley 47 Pleasanton 37 Tuesdays Game Dripping Springs at Smithson Valley Ranger Gym Thursdays Games Canyon at New Braunfels Unicorn Gym Smithson Valley at Clemens 730 Last Tuesdays Games Canyon 47 Gonzales 45 New Braunfels 67 Austin Travis 65 San Marcos 102 Hays 68 Tuesdays Game Somerset at Smithson Valley Ranger Gym Wednesdays Seguln at New Braunfels 4 Unicorn Gym Thursdays Game Canyon at Round Rock Westwood 3 FOOTBALL This Weeks NFL schedule Friday Dec 31 Minnesota at Washington Sunday Jan 2 Buffalo at Indianapolis Chicago at LA Rams Cincinnati at New Orleans Cleveland at Pittsburgh Dallas at NY Giants Denver at LA Raiders Green Bay at Detroit Miami at New England Phoenix at Atlanta San Diego at Tampa Bay Seattle at Kansas City NY Jets at Houston Monday Dec 27 Philadelphia at San Francisco AIKMAN GETS MILLION CONTRACT COMING TOMORROW Comal Cotton series Part 2 an indepth look at San Antonio minister Billy Hobbs a member of the 1967 Texas Cotton Bowl champions Game results of the Dripping Springs Smithson Valley boys and Somerset Smithson Valley girls basketball games Preview of the Seguin New Braunfels girls basketball game Rangers test twogame streak Smithson Valley hosts Dripping Springs tonight girls play today HeraldZaltung photo by JOHN HUSETH Smithson Valley coach Bill MacLeay will toad his young Smithson Valley team Into tonights matchup against Dripping Springs The Rangers are on a twogame winning streak By RICHARD TUttWNA Sporti Edrtor Smithson Valley hosts Dripping Springs tonight as the Rangers will try to win for a number of important reasons First there is the matter of a two game winning streak the Rangers are on after backtoback wins against Marble Falls and highly touted Pleasanton Second there is the winning note that Smithson Valley coach Bill MacLeay would like to have as the Rangers head into their first District 284A game Thursday at Clemens Were getting MacLeay said This team is going to be a lot bet ter as the year goes Tipoff for tonights game is The Rangers have been hit hard by injuries losing three of their top eight players to season ending injuries Bran don Parret has a severely sprained ankle and missed Mondays practice MacLeay said he was unsure if the On tap WHO Dripping Sprlngi at Sffllthion Valley WHEN Today Qlrli Boyi WHERE Ranger Gym adults students OR T I N guard would be available for tonights game but that be hoped he would be ready for the district opener Smithson Valley plays three of its first four district games on the road The Smithson Valley girls also play today hosting Dripping Springs at The Rangers are completing a gru eling predistrict schedule which included Austin Westlake and two prestigious San Antonio tournaments which makes the current twogame streak all the more impressive after they struggled early We had a very tough schedule but theyre about as prepared as I can get MacLeay said Were Q U 0 T A B L Semipro team forming A group of local residents are trying to form a semiprofessional football team in New Braunfels and need interested players They are looking for players 2030 years old The new semipro season starts in Spring 1994 and the group needs at least 20 more players for the team The Texas League includes semipro teams in San Antonio Austin Beaumont and Dallas For more information call Mark after 5 at 6295616 K of C hoops contest All boys and girls age 1014 are invited to par ticipate in the local level of competition for the 1994 Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship The local competition will be held Jan 22 at 10 and St Peter and Pauls gymnasium Registration begins at The Free Throw Championship is sponsored annually by the K of C with winners progressing through local district and state levels of competition All con testants on the local level are recognized for their participation in this event Participants will be required to furnish proof of age and written parental consent For additional information contact Charles Hohensee at 6206407 Softball meeting The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association will be having a meeting Dec 30 at at the St Paul Lutheran Church Chapel Anyone interested in coaching girls Softball ages and 1718 needs to attend TBall will be offered to girls ages 56 See BULLETINS Page 6 How did yourscome out Yogi Berra after laying down his comic book to Inflelder Bobby Brown who was reading Grays Anatomy Notre Dame loses Minter By The Associated Press DALLAS the second time in three years Notre Dame is preparing for a bowl without its defensive coor dinator In the 1992 Sugar Bowl Lou Holtz conjured up a scheme that baffled Floridas highpowered passing game The Fighting Irish wont need coaching magic this time against Texas runoriented offense but the loss of Rick Minter is a blow The Irish gave up fewer than 18 points a game under Minter this season before the second year coordinator took the head coaching job at Cincin nati last month But Boston College riddled Notre Dame with a short passing game in the season finale a 4139 defeat that probably eliminated the No 4 Irish 101 from the national championship race Holtz called that loss the toughest of his career and he and many players still seemed downcast in the weeks that followed Everybodys attitude is pretty good so far and I think were finally over defensive tackle Bryant Young a senior cocaptain But Im sure in everybodys mind its still sticking in their heads that Hey we lost to BC and we dont want to lose Holtz said Monday it has been tough repairing the defense without Minter He also said leadership will be the key and that is something the Irish have plenty of this year It is not easy but Ill tell you Holtz said Ive been pleased with the progress weve made on SAVINGS BONDS Do you know an unsung hero Wed like to give them the recognition they deserve Perhaps your unsung hero Thats when well announce How to write a nomination has saved a life or changed the 10 recipients of our the lives of many or Unsung Heros Award Its maybe has simply our way of saying thank brightened your day with a you to some of the people helpful gesture or smile who help make this community a better place Whatever theyve done we to live want to know about it Write a letter to the Herald Unsung Heroes outlining who the person is and what theyve done to help you or others in the community All letters will be considered The finalists will be selected by a panel of area citizens In the Sunday March 27 1994 Horizon edition The Herald will attempt to give some of these people the recognition they deserve New Braunfels Send us your nomination HeraldZeitimg for The Herald Unsung 707 Landa Street 6259144 Herostoday   

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