New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 30, 1994, Page 9

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September 30, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, Sept. 30,1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Page 9A Prep, College selections LaatWMk. Overall . . NBH* at Austin Lanier Canyon et Batton S. VaHoy al MaiMo Falls damans at Boom# Frewsburg ai Alamo Hts. BuHiank at KomrlHo Tlvy flaafan at Hays Consol. Baylor at TCI! Colorado at Toms t. Tooh at Toxas AAM H. Carolina at MHI Florida at do Miss Blanford at Notre Dams Wash. Bt atTonnossoo Georgia at Alabama ft ■pp”’* f # ! I H n Hi n HT ^ i 0 Douglas Brandt Prats Foreman 14-10-1 74-36-2 .660 Michael CondifT Sports Editor 16-6-1 6641-2 .616 Roger Croteau City Editor 166-1 •641-2 316 Tack) Garcia Staff Writer 1661 •644-2 JIG Mark Lyon Man. Editor 14-161 •4462 ■871 Craig Hammon Staff Writer 1611-1 •2462 JB3 David Sulans Publisher 11-161 8661-2 >826 Senior Minister Daryl Higgins 1st Protestant 1661 74-362 .880 Magr. Eugene ^Callaghan St PsterSPaui 16161 87462 .806 NBHS NBHS NBHS NBHS Lanier NBHS NBHS NBHS NBHS Canyon Canyon Belton Belton Belton Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Marble Falls S. Valley Marble Falls Marble Falls Marble Falls S. Valley S. Valley S. Valley S. Valley Clamens Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Clemens Alamo Hts. Alamo Hts. Alamo Hts. Fred’sburg Fred’sburg Alamo Hts. Alamo Hts. Alamo Hts. Frecfsburg Kerrville Kerrville Kerrville Kerrville Kerrville Kerrville Kerrville Burbank Kerrville Reagan Reagan Hays Cons. Reagan Reagan Reagan Reagan Reagan Reagan Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor TCI) Texas Colorado Colorado Texas Colorado Colorado Texas Colorado Colorado A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M N. Carolina N. Carolina N. Carolina N. Carolina N. Carolina N. Carolina SMU N. Carolina N. Carolina Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Ole Miss Florida Florida Notre Dam* Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Tennessee Wash. State Tennessee Wash. State Tennessee Wash. State Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Georgia Alabama Alabama Alabama Georgia Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Here’s how tho panel of selected H&ntd-Zdtung staff and guests pick this week's games. Quest totals ars cumulative. NFL picks appear Sunday.Unicorns From8AollevballFrom8A Ilion on Tuesday by stopping i rival Canyon in two sets, 16-|4,15-10. The Unicorns were forced to rally four fines to win the first game and then I off the final six points to finish off second. Now, NBHS faces the district’s only ■ unbeaten team in Smithson Valley |l0-5,2-0). "I spoke with the girls this morning we’re excited about playing two matches like this back-to-back,” (BHS coach Claudia Ferry said. "The rkole joy of volleyball is playing teams lit you know can give you a good , You want to play the tough teams luse that's how you improve. "We’re focused and we’re expecting a t of excitement.” •Said SVHS’ Mitcham: “We’re going trio basically the same thing that we did st Hays (in the district opener last ay). We’ll change the defense up a Joie to absorb some of their big hitters I offensively, we’ll make sure we cov-our hitters, because New Braunfels locks a lot of bolls.” The Unicorns get most of those blocks juniors Kristi Lindeman (6-1, 38 s) and Erin Baetge (6-2,36 blocks). »swage had four blocks and shared the - mSSSmSrnmmmmmmmmmmmmm standings IEAM OVRL PI6T New Braunfels 18-2 2-0 Smithson Valley 10-5 2-0 Canyon 16-6 1-1 Hays Consol. 15-6 1-1 Bastrop 6-14 0-2 Lockhart 2-12 0-2 New Braunfels at S. Valley Canyon at Bastrop Lockhart at Hays Consolidated team-high with four kills in Tuesday’s triumph over Canyon. Senior hitter Sarah Boite leads the team in kills and senior Traci Tuch tops the Unicorns in digs. For Smithson Valley, seniors Allyson Kitchel and Shanna Daniel have been the primary leaders. “Allyson Kitchel does a great job for them in the middle,” NBHS coach Claudia Perry said. “We will definitely key on her. And, Candace Moehrig (who played in the New Braunfels program last year) is a solid all-around player. “I think they’re a really well-balanccd team." Said Mitcham: “We’re going to need big efforts from everybody. This is a big match for us. We’ve come a long way this year.” ■ The match’s undercard will pit the SVHS junior varsity (16-3, 2-0) against the NBHS JV (13-1, 2-0). Smithson Valley handed the Unicorns their only loss of the season in the Kerrville Tivy Tournament two weeks ago. The contest will begin at 4:30 p.m. The SVHS freshmen will also take chi New Braunfels. The Rangers are 14-3 overall and 1-1 in district play. NBHS is 15-1 overall and 2-0 in league action. Smithson Valley handed New Braunfels its only loss of the season at the Kerrville Tivy Tournament. ■ Elsewhere in District 28-4A, the Canyon Cigarettes will travel to Bastrop for a 5:30 p.m. matchup. Canyon (16-6, 1-1) is led by senior Courtney Daffin and junior Lesa Porter. The Cigarettes will be looking to improve on a 69-percent serving perfor- Herald-Zeitung photo by M. DARNALL Smithton Valley’* Shanna Danlal, tha Rangara’ taam laadar In kina, laada bar taam againat Naw Braunfala tonight at 5:30 p.m. mance against New Braunfels on Tuesday. CHS had been serving near 90 percent on the season prior to the matchup with NBHS. Bastrop is 0-2 in district play and 6-14 overall after losses to New Braunfels and Hays Consolidated. The junior varsity and freshman contests will be at 4:30 p.m. And, Hays Consolidated (15-6, 1-1) will entertain Lockhart (2-12,0-2). _-JO*_' From BA Rangers update This wook'a opponent: Marble Falls Series: Marble Falls leads, 3-0-1 First mooting: Smithson Valley 0, Marble Falls 0,1978. Last meeting: Marble Falls 40, Smithson Valley 7, in 1981. Kte .: The Mustangs have captured a state Class 3A championship since the schools' last meeting. Souk*: David King — their opponents to date are a combined 2-14 and have been outscored 132-500 — and are still waiting for a victory over a team considered a contender. Marble Fails, which was 11-1 a year ago in Class 3A, would be that team. "We’re stepping up to a different level of opponent, there's no doubt," Hill said. “We’re going to get a good look at how well we react to playing someone with a tradition of success.” Marble Falls’ triumphs this season came in Weeks I and 3. They defeated Fredericksburg in the opener, then were stomped by Hays Consolidated. The Mustangs followed that up with a dramatic, come-from -behind victory over Class 5A Copperas Cove. Marble Falls trailed, 24-0, after the first quarter on that conies! before rallying for a 35-34 victory. The Mustangs were then blown out by Cuero, the top-ranked team in Class 3A. last Friday. "We’ve had ups and downs with this schedule, that’s for sure,” said Marble Falls’ coach Dave Denney, whose team has played opponents with a combined 11 • 4-1 record. The biggest dent had nothing to do with any of the scores, however. Marble Falls lost its starting quarterback for 3-5 weeks with a shoulder separation (Hi the second play against Cuero. The Mustangs will move senior receiver Jim Crochet over to mn the offense this week. “We’ve had to simplify things a little bit for him, because he hasn't really taken a snap at quarterback in a year,” Denney said. Part of Smithson Valley’s success this season has come from its ability lo remain basically injury-free. Denney said he believes the rest has come from dominant line play. “On film, when you first look ai them, they don’t stand out much," Denney said. "Then, if you take a second look, you sec that the reason they don't stand out is because they’re disciplined. They just gel the job done. No frills, nothing fancy "They just gel it done ” y TS Eagles Hall - New Braunfels ~    Thursday Sept. 29th    ^ . BINGO - 7pm Sat. Oct. 1 Rusty Doherty & Country Sounds 830-1230 Comino Oct. 7 - TEEN DANCE Hall rental for Weddings, Anniversaries and Reunions Dr. Mitchell J. Sacco is pleased lo announce the association of Dr. Edward M. Wuensch for the practice of general dentistry at 457 Landa, Ste. I. New Braunfels, Texas 625-4313 Our office schedule has been expanded for our patient's convenience. % “I can’t think of a time when we’ve been hit this hard, but there’s really nothing that can be done about it,” NBHS coach Lew Simmonds said. “Last year, we lost our two defensive captains in the fifth week and it killed us. At least this year, we have a chance to get most of these guys back for district” The 28-4A league schedule begins next Friday, with NBHS getting the chore of hosting district favorite Hays Consolidated. Between the Unicorns and that crucial conference opener, however, stands Lanier. The Vikings were blown out last Friday by Taylor, 41-14. They did win two of their first three, however, and come out of the same district (26-4A) as LBJ and state-ranked Austin Reagan. Lanier has not posted a winning season since 1983. "They’ve got talent, but so far haven’t really capitalized on their opportunities to use it,’’ Simmonds said. “It’s a team we have a chance to beat, but their skill people are pretty scary.’’ Receivers Ralph Horton and Octavius Johnson are the most fearsome. Horton (6-1, 170) hauled in 26 passes a year ago, while Johnson (6-2, 175) caught 12. Both are on a 40-catch pace this season. Quarterback Rod Navcrt’s main task is to get the ball in the hands of his outside pair, or tuck it in the gut of running back Ivory Johnson, who had 634 yards a year ago. New Braunfels’ Johnny Reyes has Unicorns updatG This week's opponent:Austin Lanier Series: Lanierleads, 2-0-1.    ^First meeting: Lanier 12, New Braunfels 12, in 1961. Lest meeting: Lanier 22, ,New Braunfels 13, In 1971. Trivia: The first meeting between the schools was a district game. Souro*: On New Braunfels: Tha History of Unicom Football, by David King been more prolific. The senior has completed 49 of 87 passes for 659 yards and five touchdowns. He’s also thrown six interceptions. Reyes ranks second locally and seventh statewide in 4A passing yardage. Senior receiver Hector Molina has caught 12 of Reyes’ passes for 255 yards. The Unicorns hope to reignite their running game tonight against a struggling Lanier defense. Junior tailback Kelly Garza had 355 yards rushing the first two weeks of the season. In the last two, Garza has managed just 99. “I think you’re going to sec the offensive line continue to improve, now that some of those young guys we’ve had to stick in there have had a chance to settle down,” Simmonds said. NBMS sweeps Alamo Heights From staff reports The New Braunfels Middle School 7th-grade ‘A’ football team edged Alamo Heights, 8-6, last Thursday in San Antonio. Cody Chapman and Kevin Clark had fumble recoveries and Clay Coleman added an interception. Jared Fellers sewed NBMS’ touch- EMDANQERED SPECIES The Family Oct. 2 What Causes Affairs In Marriage?" Ex. 20:14 Speaker Pastor Winston Wilson Church off Nazarona 1465 I.iff. 33 Now Braunfels 625-0803 Sunday School 9:45 Sunday Worship Service 10:45 Nursery Provided FALL AND CEDAR ALLERGY SUFFERERS Do you hav* a runny nota, anaazlng, or Itchy ayaa during fall or wintar? lf ao, wa naad voluntaara for allargy raaaarch atudlaa Involving Invaatlgatlona! drugs. Skin taata, monitoring by a Board Cartlflad Allarglat, and lab taata provided at no coat. Participant* will ba paid up to $150. CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS Do you taka asthma mad leat Ion abhor dally or occasionally? lf ac, you may ba sllglbls for an asthma raaaarch study using an Invastlgatlonal abdication. Lab tasting, physician monitoring, provided at no charge. You will also ba paid up to $450. 629-9036 705-A Landa CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Naw Braunfala ’ -A*S .1    '    -    V    r f    ■    4    *    *    * <£ Bingo Jrv Inc. 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