New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 5, 1994, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 05, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Page SAI H o r ;i I (I - Z o I t ii ii g ‘ R Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1994 v Sports Day t ■ To talk with Sports ■ v - • Edita Michael Condiff i about Sports Day, call EIBECK se V 625-9144, ext. 24. I ............. ....................................JR Oct. 5 IMS: Grambling coach Eddie Robinson wins his 324th gams. "Tonight we toast Robinson, col-lege football’s Old Man River, flowing sweeter and stronger than ever Here's to... history's win-ningest college football coach, big or small, thin or stout, black or white." — Rick Reilly Oct. 14,1985 Four-Day Forecast GfiL-S a Prep Tennis Bastrop at New Braunfels: varsity, 3 p.m. at the NBHS Courts. Pct. 6 a Prep Football New Braunfels at Hays Consolidated: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 7 p.m. at Rebel Stadium, Buda. Canyon at Smithson Valley: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 7 p.m. at Ranger Stadium, Smithson Valley. Oct. 7 a Prep Tennis San Marcos at New Braunfels: varsity, 3:30 p.m. at the NBHS Courts. a Prep Volleyball Hays Consolidated at New Braunfels: freshmen, 4:30 p.m.; junior varsity, 4:30 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p.m. in the NBHS Gymnasium. Smithson Valley at Canyon: freshmen, 4:30 p.m.; junior varsity, 4:30 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p.m. in the Cougar Den. a Prep Football Hays Consolidated at New Braunfels: varsity, 7:30 p.m. at Unicorn Stadium, New Braunfels. Smithson Valley at Canyon: varsity, 7:30 p.m. at Cougar Stadium, New Braunfels. Pct, a a Rec Tennis New Braunfels Tennis Association's Junior Fall Open: boys' 10-18 singles and doubles, girls' 10-18 singles and doubles, 8:30 a rn. at the NBHS Courts (Entry deadline, 6 p.m. Oct. 5, contact Jim Sievers at 6254853). a Prep Tennis New Braunfels vs. Kerrville Tivy, Alice and Converse Judson: varsity, 9 a.m. at Converse Judson High School. Football Frenzy a Pace picks up right Jim Pace of New Braunfels was the $25 first-prize winner in the Herald-Zeitung’s weekly Football Frenzy contest. B S. Aguillon won a three-month subscription as the second-prize winner and Isidro Aguillon Jr. took third-prize — a free classified ad.a Breakfast Lions hold tourney The New Braunfels Breakfast Lions Club will hold its 11th annual Charity Golf Tournament on Oct. 8 at Northcliffe Country Club, beginning at 1 p.m. For further information, call 625-9385.a Project Graduation 95 event The New Braunfels High School Project Graduation '95 is sponsoring a golf tournament on Oct. 15 at 1 p.m. at Northcliffe Country Club. All proceeds will go to supporting Project Graduation. For further information, or to reserve team space, call 609-0646.a FC A/Bob Lilly Classic Is Oct. 21 The San Antonio Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold its 10th annual Bob Lilly Golf Classic on Oct. 21 at The Quarry. The tournament will be hosted by Lilly — a former Dallas Cowboys' defensive lineman, Super Bowl MVP and member of the NFL Hall of Fame. The classic is the FCA's primary fundraiser. For further information, contact the San Antonio FCA Office at (210) 732-4368. Hays hands CHS second league loss, 15-10,15-4 By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor BUDA— Donna Boehle said she spent most of Tuesday night trying to figure out what happened to her Canyon High School varsity volleyball team in a straight-set loss to Hays Consolidated. On Wednesday morning, she still had no answer. “We just did not play like ourselves and I haven’t quite Figured out why,” Boehle said. “We just were not aggressive at all. We were very passive and that gave (Hays) the opportunity to get into their game — and they play their game very well. “So do we, when we play our game. (Tuesday) we just didn’t” The loss dropped CHS (17-7,2-2) into fourth place in District 28-4A. The Cougarettes close out the first half of league play on Friday by hosting Smithson Valley, which kept a share of the loop's second slot Tuesday with a victory over Bastrop. CHS was tied with Hays at 10-10 in the first set, before allowing the Rebels to serve out the game. The Cougarettes were also tied in the second set, 4-4, when Hays took command. “We played right into their hands,” Boehle said. “We made a lot of errors and just did not attack very well.” Kristi Reinter had four kills, while Courtney Daffin and Elizabeth Weisman added three each for CHS. Lesa Porter had two blocks and two kills, while Daffin and Stacey Pape each contributed eight digs. ■Jhe CHS junior varsity claimed a 15-8,15-5 decision over Hays on Tuesday. Amanda Simons, Marci Allen, Thuy Lee Nguyen and Cheryl Dunn all played well for the Cougarettes (13-6,3-1). The CHS JV was coming off a victory Saturday in the Clemens Junior Varsity tournament. Canyon defeated San Antonio South (15-3,15-9), San Antonkm Jay (16-14,15-11) and San Antonio Madison (15-13,15-10) to win the tournament. Dunn, Nguyen, Allen, Julie Poppoon and Natalie Lane all had strong efforts for the Cougarettes. m The CHS freshman team (18-1,3-1) defeated Hays 15-12,8-15,16-14. Becky Boehle, Kendra Reinter, Cali Courtney and Kelly Parrish played well. Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Smithton Volley's AMyson KHchol had four blocks In Tuesday’s straight-ast victory ovsr Bastrop In the SYMS Qymnaalum. The Rangers play at Canyon on Friday. SVHS tames Bears By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor_ SMITHSON VALLEY — Rachael Johnson had six kills and Kristen Growcock rifled four aces on Tuesday as the Smithson Valley High School varsity volleyball team defeated Bastrop, 15-13,15-1, in a District 28-4A contest in the SVHS Gymnasium. The victory allowed SVHS (11-6, 3-1) to keep pace with Hays Consolidated a game behind league front-runner New Braunfels. Hays knocked Canyon out of the second-place logjam, 15-10,15-4 on Tuesday. Smithson Valley plays at Canyon on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Bastrop (6-16,0-4), which starts five sophomores and a freshman, kept pace with the Rangers through most of the first game. In the second set, the experienced Rangers dominated. “After the fust game, the girls decided not to dilly-dally around,” SVHS coach Margaret Mitcham said. “I think they wanted to see if they could beat someone 15-0 — and they almost did it.” Allyson Kitchel had four blocks for the Rangers, while Amanda Mazurek dished out 13 assists and Growcock had four digs to go with her four aces. Shelly Sauer and Kandace Moehrig also played well for the Rangers. Friday’s district games close out the first half of league play and loom as the most important of the season for the top four teams. Smithson Valley suffered its lone district loss last Friday against New Braunfels. The Rangers hope to carry lessons learned in that setback into the Canyon matchup. “I think the girls learned a lot about com-, posure (against New Braunfels) and I probably learned something — not to let my girls get aced eight times in a row before I try to do something about it,” Mitcham said m The SVHS junior varsity team defeated Bastrop 16-14,15-4 on Tuesday. The Rangers are now 174 overall, 3-1 in District 284A. I The SVHS freshman squad eased past the Bears, 15-2,15-8. Christi Ballman and Jinny Urbancyzk played well for the Rangers (16-3,3-1). Unicorns toy with hapless Lockhart By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor First place played last place. And it looked like it. The New Braunfels High School vanity volleyball team barely broke a collective sweat Tuesday in cruising to a 15-1,15-3 victory over Lockhart in a District 284A contest in the NBHS Gymnasium. More than 325 fans were on hand for Parent’s Night Players’ parents were admitted free, but the night’s feature event was so brief that some of the paying customers asked for their money back. NBHS (20-2,4-0) kept its one-game hold on first place in the league by dominating the Lions (2-14, 04). The Unicorns led, 13-0, in the first set before Lockhart managed its first point “The quality of our serving was outstanding,” NBHS coach Claudia Perry said “They had a lot of trouble passing what we were serving over the net” Senior Rochelle Colvin had five aces for the Unicorns, who will entertain Hays Consolidated on friday at 5:30 p.raHays defeated Canyon in straight sets on Tuesday. Colvin also had nine assists and three digs for NBHS. Erin Baetge and Sarah Bolle had four kills each, while Baetge and Kristi Lindeman had two blocks apiece. ■ The Unicorns’ junior varsity ripped Lockhart 15-5,15-0. NBHS is now 15-1 overall and 40 in District 28-4A. The Unicorns will play host to Hays Consolidated at 4:30 p.m. Friday. m The New Braunfels freshman team stopped Lockhart in straight sets, 15-8,15-2, on Tuesday in the NBHS Gymnasium. The Unicorns are now 16-2 overall and 3-1 in league play. They will entertain Hays Consolidated on Friday at 4:30 p.m. 26-4A New Braunfels Hays Consol. Smithson Valley Canyon Bastrop Lockhart OVRL 20-2 17-6 11-6 17-7 6-16 2-14 urn 4-0 3-1 3-1 2-2 04 04 Smithson Valley at Canyon Hays Consol, at New Braunfels Bastrop at Lockhart Sub-Varsity Football Roundup Unicorns’ JV rips into Lanier for first victory of ’94 season; Rangers’ rally falls point shy From staff reports The New Braunfels High School junior varsity football team whalloped Austin Lanier, 38-0, last Thursday to capture its first victory of the season. The Unicorns are now 1-3-1. Kyle Reneau opened the scoring for NBHS with a 35-yard field goal. Midway through the second quarter, Reneau fired a 40-yard touchdown pass to Josh Whitley. Reneau then added the extra point, giving the Unicorns a 104) halftime lead. NBHS blew the contest open in the third quarter. Following a Jason Hahn interception, Reneau threw his second scoring pass of the game — a 5-yarder to Josh Wilkinson. The extra point failed, but the Unicorns held a 16-0 lead Later in the quarter, Nick Lagunas tacked on a 4-yard touchdown nm and Justin Vacek scored on a quarterback bootleg. Reneau kicked both PATS for a 30-0 margin. Vacek’s touchdown came three plays after he tackled the Lanier punter at the Vikings’ 12. In the fourth quarter, Hahn picked off his second Lanier pass and returned it to the Vikings’ 45. A play later, Lagunas took a pitch around right end 43 yards for the final touchdown. Adam Goode scooped up a mishandled snap and threw to Matt Miller for a two-point conversion and the 38-0 margin of victory. David Mesa (interception, fumble recovery), Roman Villarreal (fumble recovery) and Halm led the Unicorns’ defense in the shutouL On offense, Reneau had 125 yards passing and Arturo Gonzales picked up IOO rushing. David McGilvery also had a strong game punting for NBHS. The Unicorns play Thursday at Hays Con-See SUR, page 9A H*ak*-Z*tung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Smithson Valley Junior varsity running baok Brandon Schultz (42) looks for room behind the blocking of Ricky Martinez (72), Kirk Schneider (60) during leat Thursday's contest against Marble Falls, i ;