New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 2, 1994, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 02, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 2, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas f f Friday Editor Mlch86Condff abOut Sports Day call t i 1 j 4th AND SHORT Sept 2 1907 Ty Cobb steals sec ond base third and home In the same game He didnt file his spikes to razor sharpness and he didnt go out of his way to spike opponents but he was a hard harsh base runner who believed passionately almost fanatically that the base path was Robert Creamer Aug Coming Sunday prep football results How the Cougars Unicorns Rangers and Marlon Bulldogs fared In their season openers Weekend volleyball summaries Sunday NFL preview Saturday college review Tennis PARD offering lessons The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department Is now offering pri vate and group tennis lessons for youths and adults Adult lessons are on weekdays and youth over12 lessons are held after school For further Information contact the department at 6256411 Ranch programs begin In September Bar MTenpIs Ranch Is4pfferlng tennis programs leagues clinics junior programs and tournaments for all local players after Labor Day The junior development program for example will meet either Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays with a match day on Fridays All ages and skill levels are welcome The adult programs Include ladies clin ics ladies leagues noon workouts mens leagues mixed doubles leagues match days doubles clinics working womens leagues and clinics and more All programs begin Sept 79 Football Rangersseason tickets on sale Smlthson Valley High School is now offering season football tickets and family passes for all other athletic events Season football tickets for all five home games are on sale In the school office for The tickets provide reserved seats and must be purchased before the Sept 2 home opener against Southside Family passes for all other 199495 Rangers athletic events also can be pur chased in the school office for These passes allow the entire family to attend all SVHS home athletic events except vaYsity football Rangers fans can become Top Gun Booster Club members for and receive two season football passes and a family pass For further information on season foot ball tickets family passes and Top Gun Booster Glub memberships contact the school at 210 8857273 or the SVHS Athletic Department at 210 8852376 Volleyball Festival seeking team entries The Holy Family Church will hold its 3rd annual Family Festival Volleyball Tournament Sept 1112 The tournament is for B1 League play ers and there Is a entry fee per team There will be trophies awarded for first throughthird places For further information contact Mary Esther Rodriguez at 6297239 or call the parish office at 6095320 Bowling Comal church leagues organizing Comal Bowl church leagues are now organizing There will be an organizational meeting on Thursday at 7 For further information contact Mike Driscoll at 6256263 or 6091033 Go AGAIN CANYON at WEiTLAKE Tonight 730 Chaparral Stadium Radio 92FM KNBT Larry Nowotny show at NftHS at PFLUOERVIUE Tonight Kuempel Stadium PflugervHIe Radio 1420 AM KNOB LAW Simmoods show at Pregame at SOUTHSIDE VALLEY Tonight 730 Ranger Stadium Srrfthson Valley Westlake looms as difficult challenge for CHS Cougars COUGARS VS CHAPARRALS By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor Canyon High School football coach Larry Nowotny says hes excited about beginning the 1994 season tonight against Austin Westlake Excited About facing a team ranked in the Top 20 in Class 5 A Its what weve been working so hard the last three weeks Nowotny said Thursday It doesnt matter that much who the opponent is the first week The emotions are so high it blocks out every thing else to a The Cougars and Chaparrals meet at in Chaparral Stadium in the HeraldZeitungs Game of the Week The contest will be broadcast en 92FM KNBT beginning at with Brian Ander son and Charles Zech at the call Both teams met the same fate in 1993 to Corpus ChristiCalallen in the 4A state playoffs Westlake however returns more of its firepower The Chaparrals who were realigned into Class 5A during the offseason bring back eight offensive starters Among them is quarterback Jay Rodgers who passed for yards and 23 touchdowns a year ago Hes a polished Westlake HeraldZeitung Game of the Week coach Ron Schroeder said He has poise and those are Rodgers is joined in the Westlake back field by Ryan Nunez who rushed for yards caught 26 passes and scored more than 150 points in 1993 Theyre talented on offense no Nowotny said Defensively we cant focus on any one area because they can hurt you a lot of ways It will be a big chal lenge for The Cougars defense has improved streadily over the past two weeks after giving up several big plays in a scrim mage against Austin McCollum on Aug 19 Were not going to get any better than what we have out Nowotny said Except for some guys who may sub in and out to catch a breath those are the 11 guys were going to stay with Those are pur best 11 and we believe theyll get the job done for us But again with Westlake youre tocfc ing at play ing on a much higher level than See CK5 page 6A WftCraig Parkins Sr WIGreg Gllcho Sr WftMUt Behrend Sr LTJeremy Sr UtM Ha Dyson M 274 Sr Miller Sr HOMalt White Jr BTJtminy Kereaaary Jr 0TTony Kkwd Jr OlCftvld 60 175 Sr MU Truockmortm Sr leVSrwd ZipelK Sf CaudKo Sr Twee Jr CBJuon Hotawey IBKevin Jr IBS So Jr IIHRyan Nunw 510 170 Jr Tfrbandon Tifcrd 64 210 Sr UTommy Rhyrw 62 265 Sr 611 252 Sr Unicorns Senior defensive end Kevin Vestal left and the rest of the Canyon Cougars travel to Austin tonight for a seasonopening contest the Westlake Chaparrals ranked In the Top 20 of most preseason Class 5A polls Elsewhere New Braunfels High will play at Pflugerville and Smlthson Valley hosts San Antonio Southside Also Marlon takes on St Gerards All four games are slated for pm klckoffs String 62 255 Sr Ptopotnl 64 276 Sr ThlRWMka opponent Pflugervllle Series New Braunfels leads 51 First meeting New Braunfels 21 Pflugerville 14 in 1988 Uit meeting New Braunfels 26 Pflugerville 7 in 1993 The final score in each of the first three games between the schools was 21 14 Source On New Braunfels The History of Unicom Football by David King Unicorns confront Pflugerville By MICHAEL CONWFF Sports Editor CHAPARRAL STADIUM One characteristic of New Braunfels High Schools vanity football oppo nent tonight is apparenu Pflugerville has pfircpowcr The Unicorns hit the road for their season opener at pjn at Kuempel Stadium The game will be broadcast on 1420AM KONB with Ron Priesen hahn and Brace Boyer on the call Pflugerville has eight starters back on each side of the football after going 37 a year ago Panthers coach David Gibson says his team and community are expecting big things in 1994 Theres more excitement about this year than ones in the past Gibson said Weve got a great chance to have a special seasoa Quarterback Nick Lucero leads the Panthers runandshoot offense in which he passed for yards a year ago Wide receivers Matt Ellis and Lee Perez combined to catch 52 passes NBHS coach Lew Simmonds said Pflugervilles offense will provide a tough early test for his defense which has been dominant in preseason Well have to be solid in all because they put so much pressure on you Simmonds said The Unicorns expect to enter the con test with all of their weapons after five starters missed last weeks scrimmagei Center James Pierce has been cleared to play after suffering a minor neck injury last week Weve had a little flu bug going around and thats had a few of our guys doing the Simmonds said Right now thats my biggest worry healthwise Otherwise were Southside set to test RangersD By MICHAEL CONWFF Sports Editor SMTTHSON VALLEY The Smith son Valley High School varsity foot ball team opens the 1994 season tonight at pm against San Antonio South side The contest will not be broadcast locally but the Larry Hill show will be on 92FM KNBT at pm The Rangers coming off backto4 back 19 seasons are hoping a quick stan will lead to more success in94 Its a relief to have this game finally get here I think both for our players and said Hill in his second season at SVHS Weve been looking forward to and working toward this game for a long Southside comes into Ranger with a powerful offense that averaged more than 24 points per game a year ago Quarterback Patrick Ortiz passed for 708 yards in 1993 while running back Carlos Alvtrado picked up 624 yards six touchdowns on the ground Soufcatewmpkycfl learn in 1992 before foiling to4S a year ago ;

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