New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 17, 1995, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 17, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 17, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Monday Jan Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 Sports Day The Days Quote I dont know if should count on our winloss record The main though is that we got some good Smithson Valley JV coach Craig Wurstefer on his team play ing Burnets varsity after a scheduling change Girls Softball Registration has begun for TBall slow pitch and fastpitch softball sponsored by the New Braunfels Girls Softball Association Fastpitch will be offered to girls ages 1012 and 1314 Tball is offered to ages 56 Slowpitch softball will be offered for divisions 78 Preemies 9 10 1112 and 1314 Ages are determined as before September Tournaments are during the regular season which begins March 25 with a preseason tournament and ends May 20 with a final tournament Allstars will play in the postseason Registration fee is through Feb 11 for all age groups Late registration is Tryouts are set for Feb 2021 for players ages 9 and over who are chang ing teams or moving to a different age division Registration is at Vivroux Sporting Goods 1050 Interstate 35 E Call 625 7912 for more information Local basketball contest The New Braunfels Knights of Columbus council 4183 will be hosting its annual Free Throw Competition Saturday Jan 28 The competition will be held at Sts Peter and Paul Church gym Registration begins at 9 and the contest starts at 10 All boys and girls ages 1014 are invited to compete For more information contact Tom San Miguel at 6291051 NB Golf Clinic Scheduled First Baptist Church of New Braunfels will sponsor a Golf Clinic and Par 3 Tournament Jan 21 The clinic will begin at with pancake breakfast in the Christian Life Center of the First Baptist Church Terry Dill a member of the Senior PGA Tour will be the instructor for the clinic Mr Dill will give a driving demon stration at 9 at Lees Par 3 Following his demonstration there will be a Par 3 tournament held with prizes Cost for the tournament is This clinic and tournament is for all ages male and female Children under 15 years old must be accompanied by a supervised by a parent or responsible adult Transportation to Lees Par 3 will not be provided For more information call the First Baptist Church office at 6259124 Registraton is required by Jan 18 Spurs night San Antonio Spurs to host New Braunfels night at the Alamodome The City of New Braunfels will be the featured community Feb 4 at the Alamodome when the San Antonio Spurs play the Sacramento Kings Tickets sales for the event will benefit sidewalk improvements in downtown New Braunfels under the local Main Street Program Ticket prices range from to Group and individual tickets are avail able at Hoffman Agencies 447 Seguin Avenue Call 6257502 for more informa tion Little League The New Braunfels Little League will be conducting its annual registration for the upcoming season Signup date is Tuesday Jan 17 from at Seele Elementary School cafeteria 540 Howard St Youth ages five through 18 as of July 31 1995 are eligible to register A birth certificate and registration fee is required Cowboys made the most of a season in adversity Sundays NFC champi onship showdown at Can dlestick Park left no doubt about who is the best team in the league Dallas could have made the claim but a champion does not turnover the ball on its first three posses sions San Francisco earned every right to play in the Super Bowl and they more than likely will win against a good but over matched San Diego squad Despite the loss to the 49ers the Cowboys proved they arent just a team with a ton of tal ent They are also a team with plenty of char acter Great athletes alone cant win two Super Bowls and though Dallas proved it had the players and the will to win the past two years they had too much to overcome last Sunday San Francisco had every advantage going into the game They were at home on a soggy field that suits them just fine They had a revenge factor after two consecutive NFC championship Thomas Godley losses to the Cowboys Steve Young had a lega cy named Joe Montana to get off his back San Francisco had the entire offseason to sign players like Deion Sanders Ricky Jack son and Ken Norton all brought in specifically to stop the Cowboys offense Owner Eddie DeBartolo bet all his money on those players knowing he couldnt keep all those players next year under the salary cap The 49ers had been building its arsenal all year and Sunday it was time to put those weapons to use The first five minutes of the game couldnt have turned out much worse for the Cowboys Three straight turnovers and three ensuing 49cr touchdowns put Dallas in a painfully deep 210 hole The abyss was not unlike Dallas regular sea son Consider the distractions and ordeals facing the Cowboys this season First they lost their mastermind and one of the premier NFL coach es in Jimmy Johnson While Barry Switzer stepped in and for the most part used good sense by leaving things alone he ultimately failed to bring the same discipline that Johnson instilled in the team The Cowboys then lost several key players to free agency Kevin Gogan Tony Casillas Nor ton Thomas Everett and Jimmy Jones all went the to other teams leaving the Cowboys a bit less deep on defense Finally two Super Bowl runs took its toll Dallas was bruised and battered throughout the season Injuries were rampant There was Troy Aikmans concussions Novaceks strained an abominal muscle Nate Newtons sprained toe and Emmitt Smiths aggravated a hamstring The list went on Perhaps the biggest loss was AllPro tackle Eric Williams who didnt heed the dangers of drinking and driving and was hurt in a car wreck Still the Cowboys went 124 and made it to the longawaited rendezvous at Candlestick Experts tagged San Francisco a sevenpoint favorite and after Cowboys first three posses sion the line seemed safe Dallas could have sunk their heads at that point Spotting the potent 49ers three touch downs at home spells death to most teams But Aikman and Michael Irvin showed they werent about to concede when they hooked up for 43yard touchdown Moments later it appeared Dallas had life when it drove to the 49er 12yard line and was in position to cut the lead to seven But disappointment stmck again The Cowboy brain trust called a draw play to Emmitt on third and long What Jimmy Johnson was no doubt snickering when the play went for four yards and kicker Chris Boniol missed the easy field goal Even with that it was a 2414 game with less than a minute in the half Then Larry Brown did the unforgivable He let the best wide receiver in the league Jerry Rice get behind him for a 28yard touchdown In a game of critical plays that was the most critical Dallas rallied to 21 31 in the third mus tering all it could stay close There was hope In the end San Francisco was too good to let even the Cowboys come back from a 21point deficit Dallas went down valiantly That there was questionable officiating in the second half made little difference No one is arguing that the 49ers deserved to win The Cowboys put up as tough a fight as could be expected under the circumstances and thats all a fan can ask for in season of many ordeals Thomas Godley is sports editor for the New Braunfels Making the move 284A JV basketball roundup NEWBRAUNFELSJV RECORD 161 COACH Vic Sierra PLAYER SCORING Wllklns Raymond Chapa David Slmmonds Tony Bradford Wenzel LAST WEEK 20 Won at Central Catholic 9083 Won their first district game against Lockhart 7644 NEXT GAME At Hays COMMENT The Unicorn Is on a roll The team spreads the wealth All ten player ers scored In last weeks game CANYONJV RECORD 89 COACH Alan Miller LEADING SCORERS Travis Wommach Rich Graham Hector Valdez LAST WEEK 11 Lost to Marble Falls on the road 6252 Beat Bastrop 7343 lor open Ing district win NEXT GAME Smithson Valley COMMENT Although 10 In district the Cougar will be looking to break past the season 500 mark tonight against the Rangers HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyon Cougar JV guard Richard Grohman drives to the basket during the fourth quarter of the Cougars game against Bastrop last Friday The Cougars won 7343 They next host Smithson Valley In the Cougar Den tonight SMITHSON VALLEY JV RECORD 108 COACH Craig Wursteler PLAYER SCORING Jell Hersrud Brad Triesch Bryan Hunter Michael Mann Jay Moeller LAST WEEK 02 Lost to the Burnet varsity 9049 Lost to Hays 8760 NEXT GAME Smithson Valley tonight The Rangers received some bigtime expe rience in playing the Burnet varsity because of a scheduling change They will get another test tonight against a tough Canyon JV team Cowboys return home amid Haleys words of retirement By JAIME ARON AP Sports Writer IRVING Texas AP The day after the Dallas Cowboys sea son ended the toughest decision some players faced was whether 10 use cardboard boxes or plastic bags to clean out their lockers That was the choice for the few who showed up at Valley Ranch on Monday less than 24 hours after a 3828 loss to the San Francisco 49ers kepi them out of a Super Bowl for the first time in three years The only official purpose for stopping by the training facility was to take a seasonending physical and for most players it could wail For defensive lineman Charles Haley it wont be necessary it hes serious about his plans to retire His surprising postgame announcement and questions about off season plans were the main topics of conversation among the hand ful of players who showed up One excuse for the absences was that the team plane came back from California around midnight With no more games to prepare for there was little urgency in waking up The few who crawled out of bed came dressed comfortably in sweats and wasted little time getting in and out Only a few coaches were hanging around and if coach Barry Swiuer and owner Jerry Jones were there they didnt find any reason to visit the players area early Monday afternoon The result was silence so much that the spacious locker room thats usually filled with chatter wound up being filled with country music tunes being played in the equipment area And unless Jones has the type of turbulent offseason in 1995 as there was in 1994 the place may be empty for quite awhile Comal senior bowler qualifies for May national tournament By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Esther Armstrong a Comal Bowl league member will rep resent Texas at the National Senior Bowling Tournament next May Armstrong qualified for the competition by placing thinl at the Texas State Senior tournament last summer at Comal Bowl in New Braunfels She look ihiid overall with a handicap score She was chosen to compete at the national tournament in Tucson as a replacement for the first and second place winners who were unable to attend At the slate tournament Armstrong missed second place by only one pin and firsi place by three pins Armstrong 67 a pantime receptionist for ihe Texas Employment Commissions senior program plays on the Bali and Chain League locally on Wednesday nights She carries a 137 average and has a rolled a careerhigh 254 Armstrong 20year resident of New Braunfels hails from North Dakota where she was a member of a local bowling team that won the slate title tour years Ive been in national tournaments but this one for me is Ihe biggest Armstrong said Il came as a shock when 1 was selected because first of all I couldnt believe 1 placed third oul of all those bowlers last HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Esther Armstrong has qualified to bowl at a national tournament In Tucson Arizona in May ;