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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wednesday Jan H o r i I cl Z o i t B Sports Day FOURTH AND BASKETBALL BEST BET ON TV TODAY Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks TBS Channel 27 Results Knicka OB dippers 77 Bullets 115 Nets 100 Nuooea 94 Pistons 66 Pacers 82 Bucks 76 Sours 108 Wolves 96 LSUDiSL Blazers 108 Sontos 99 Klnos 105 Heat 95 Warriors 122 Lakers 117 MAXWELL REJOINS ROCKETS Houston Rockets guard Vemon Maxwell hospitalized with an Irregular heartbeat last week left Tuesday to rejoin the team for Wednesday nlghfs game In Boston HIGH SCHOOL District 284A standings Boys TEAM DI3T OVERALL Clemens 40 172 New Braunfels 40 136 Alamo Heights 30 153 Boerne 22 184 Canyon 13 109 Smithson Valley 13 615 Kerrville Tivy 03 137 Uvalde 04 910 Tiwsdayi New Braunfels 67 Uvalde 48 Clemens 55 Canyon 49 Boerne 87 Smithson Valley 71 Fridays Canyon at Smithson Valley 730 Ranger Gym New Braunfels at Alamo Heights Muledome District 284A standings Girls TEAM Boeme Clemens Kerrville Tlvy Canyon Alamo Heights New Braunfels Uvalde Smithson Valley D1ST OVERALL 60 42 32 33 23 23 13 08 183 1011 125 117 128 910 66 411 Tuesday1 RMurti Clemens 62 Canyon 61 New Braunfels 42 Uvalde 37 Boerne 54 Smithson Valley 39 Boerne 77 Clemens 60 Fridays Gamw Alamo Heights at New Braunfels Unicorn Gym Canyon at Smithson Valley 730 Ranger Gym FOOTBALL This weeks playoff schsduls Saturday AFC LA Raiders at Buffalo Bills 1130 NFC NY Giants at San Francisco 49ers Sunday NFC Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys AFC Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Oilers 3 CARDINALS MAY THY FOR ERICKSON Phoenix Cardinals owner Bill Bldwill trav eled to the American Coaches Association convention In Anaheim Calif Monday fueling speculation that he Is pursuing Dennis Erlckson as the teams next coach Erlckson In his fifth season as coach of the Miami Hurricanes also Is In Anaheim for the annual convention According to published reports In Arizona BWwIII met Erlckson In West Palm Beach on Friday to discuss the possibility ot Erickson taking over In Phoenix SOCCER HIGH SCHOOL Canyon 2 Sin Marcos 1 Canyon Improved to 1O as Vlnce Bueno and Sean Mere scored goals for the Cougars Ntw Bnvnfsli Glrti I I Jennifer Nfcfcereorfs four goals sparked fce Unicorns In their 80 win to go to 10 This iweek bvarsity section with anlnctopthlookatNewBfauntels junky varsity player Kefly Garza JANUARY 12 smdrwd far NamaA naturally to make most celebrated of aU win I guarantee iftrin sends Coyotes howling Unicorns heat up in second half burn by Uvalde to move to 40 By RICHARD TUER1NA Sports Editor The first period score was alarming enough Uvalde 20 New Braunfels 9 Fortunately forthe Unicorns the next three quarters belonged to them Mike Sierra scored 20 points for New Braunfels and point guard Shae Wilkins13 points and offensive lead ership pushed the Unicorns past Uvalde to move into a twoway tie for first place in District 284A Coupled with Clemens sixpoint win at Canyon the Unicorns and Buf faloes sit atop the district standings with 40 marks But New Braunfels faces a major test on Friday when the Unicorns travel to Alamo Heights still perfect in District 284A at 30 Fridays fight for district perfection almost became moot for New Braun fels which struggled through a first half mired by missed shots and turnovers Still the Unicorns took heart after two periods In a first half in which the Unicorns shot just 111 from three point range they found themselves just down by four at halftime We felt confident at halftime even though we shot New Braun fels coach Cliff Wilkins said We felt rebounding would be one of the keys and getting the balls in Shaes hands on the transition after a defensive That all played out perfectly for the Unicorns who started the second half on a 72 run to overtake the lead for good at the mark in the third when Sierra converted from the left post Tony Cantu received me outlet pass from Albert Muniz on a Uvalde turnover and hit the fast break layup and got the foul on Griffin Cantos free throw made it 3330 Uvalde answered with another bas ket to cut the New Braunfels lead to 3332 but the Unicorns strength down low would prove to be too much for the Coyotes playing without star play erAbeGonzales Sierras threepoint attempt from the right wing failed but Muniz went high for the rebound then converted the HeraldZeltuno photos by JOHN HUSETH short shot from the left post to make it New Braunfela forward Mike Sierra grimaces after being fouled hard with under a minute to play In Tuesdays Sierra that up on New 6748 win over Uvalde Sierra led the Unicorns with 20 points and New Braunfels moved to 40 In district play Braunfels next possession with an New Braunfels 67 Uvalde 48 New Brauntato Mike Sierra 20 Shae Wilklns 13 Albert Muniz 11 David Gomez 11 Tony Cantu 8 Brent Powell 3 Jesse Morales 1 Dave Clnotto Glenn Pfalr Uvalde Ben Grain 10 Patino 9 Trevino 9 Ruiz 7 Griffin 7 Garza 3 Steinbuck Halftime Uvalde 30 New Braunfels 26 Records New Braunfels Uvalde offensive rebound and a putback to make it 3732 Cantu then made backtoback big plays for New Braunfels coming off the bench the junior forward had a onehanded tipin rebound off a Muniz miss to make it 3934 After a Coyote basket Cantu was left open on the left wing and hit a longrange threepoint shot to put New Braunfels up 4236 and force a Uvalde timeout Joe Dean Trevinos threepoint shot cut the lead to three but his bucket came after a mvcall when he traveled to get free Wilkins made up for it when he made a nice underhanded dish on a drive to me basket to Muniz who made the shot from his right post position to end the third period 44 39 Ricky Ruizs threepoint play after a basket and a Dave Gnotto foul made it 4642 with left to go but the Coy otes would get no closer Wilkins kept the ball on a threeontwo fast break and hit from the free throw line and Muniz hit a short jumpshot from the right baseline to make it 5042 with just under six minutes to play Uvalde then hit the wall After a Ben Grain jumpshot the Coyotes com mitted two straight offensive turnovers over the next two minutes to take them out of the game In the meantime the Unicorns were converting David Gomez got it into Sierra who made the shot from the right post and was fouled by Crairt Sierras free throw made it 5244 and after a Uvalde turnover Wilkins hit a free throw to make it 5344 when Grain fouled out onabackcourttrap New Braunfels outscored Uvalde 144 down the stretch We got a big lift from Tony and Shae ran a good second half Wilkins said This was a good This is the column head to Richard Tijerinas job Cougars bitten 5549 The official count at the scorers table was New Braunfels 67 Uvalde 48 There also unof ficially were 17 No ways That seemed to be the usual reac tion to a Uvalde jumpshot in the first half as Coyote guards Joe Dean Trevino and Amul fo Patino tried a series of wild almost desperate ventures from threepoint land They often were offbalance usually too far away to be in the safe percentage range but unfortunately for the Unicorns usu ally successful Uvaldes 209 first period lead was largely due to the two guards uncon sciousness At one point five of six Uvalde possessions ended with a threepoint attempt and that was with the Coyotes having a double digit lead No way Still it did work to the Unicorns advantage Without Abe Gonzales the Coyotes couldnt do much to stop a New Braunfels inside game that was dominating the offensive and defensive boards all night A 209 lead over a team like New Braunfels shouldnt be squandered yet Uvaldes threepoint bombs did nothing but sink the Coyotes hopes A wild moon shot would be rebounded by a Unicorn which just gave point guard Shae Wilkins another chance to settle down an offense which was slightly off a beat in the first half Come midway through the third period the Coyotes must have been wishing they had a few of those offensive possessions back This time maybe theyd try something a bit more safer I doubt the No way category will ever make its way into the official statisticians book but Tuesday night it may have been the biggest stat you didnt hear about By RICHARD T1JERINA Sports Editor Kenny Rotzler strode into the lock er room picked up a piece of chalk and slowly scrawled the number 13 Thirteen Rotzler said to the Canyon boys basketball team Who are we going to beat when we give them the ball on turnovers 13 times Dont count Clemens in that list The Buffaloes used a 17point night from Jim Clark and 14 points from Chris Moed to hold off Canyon 5549 Tues day night at Cougar Den It was another game in which the Cougars fell behind early and struggled the rest of the game just to get back into contention it also was another game in which Canyon lost yet still won the second half The Cougars down by 14 at half time cut the Clemens lead to two points with 30 seconds to go when Marc Castilleja found John Wheelock on the post Wheelock squared and hit the basket But Clemens would make all of its free throws down the Hounds down Rangers From staff reports BOBRNE Boeme received 20 points from both Jfohnny McDowell and Stephen Fond as the Clreyhounds beat Srnittwoa Valley 8771 ftfe day night The win evened Boernea dfottfct record to 22 overall The Rangers who recorded district wto last Friday dropped to fa dis trict play Mike Telfer had 18 points and Jeff Maynard added 15 but Smithsoft Valley couldnt overcome a fcot period firan Boerne They just shot the eyes out of the ball Sraithswri Valley coach MacLeay We knew they The Karujws were plagued by ear ty taraover problems as they foil behJwi aoi tmM at halftime 50 33 Poiot guard CharUe Wood scored 11 piate and Anthony Simpson had i 12 but the Rangets ran out of time in the second half even though they period Smithson Valley hosts Canyon stretch and Canyon fell just a bit short in its bid for fourth place in District 28 4A If we take care of business and do the things we do best and not help the other team out we can compete with anybody in this Canyon coach Kenny Rotzler WeVe got some wins down the road We just cant get ourselves into holes we cant die out The Cougars will try to get back on track in district play when they travel to Smithson Valley for a pjn show down Friday night between Coma County rivals 0 R T L E T I N Q U 0 T A B L Softball registration The New Braunfeta Girls Softball Association will be offering TBall to girls ages 5 and 6 Other divisions will be divided into Preemies 78 Pee JSJ Juniors 1314 1516 and older Seniors 1718 Qualifying age will be birthdays as of Septl 1994 Registration will take place at Vivroux Sporting gxxte located next to KMart Cost wiU be tarn Jan 5Feb 6 From Feb 718 the cost will be LL registration Registration for all categories of play for New Braunfels Little League will be Jan 18 and 25 from at Seek School Cafeteria Categories include TeeBasebaJJ Pee Wee minor and major league baseball American League National League Junior League Senior League and Big League League age is players age as July For more information call Laurie Herring at 6254620 or Mark Mendenhall at 6206171 Frelhelt bowling meeting The semiannual meeting of Freiheit Bowling Clinic will be held Jan at at the club Business will include the election of officers Interested members should attend For more infor mation call David Domsch at 6201703 Open basketball Mens open play basketball is being offered at Canyon High Schools old gymnasium on Mondays from 79 pm There is a onetime fee and for each game thereafter dont count em I just call NBA referee End Strom In anavwr u the complaint that he was asaaaalng too many foUl against the complaJnlncj team   

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