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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 9 A 0 HeraldZeitungd Sunday September 10 1995 Sports Day Cougars From 7A a crossing pattern for a nine yard touchdown Offermann converted on the two point conversion run from the swing ing gate formation Cougar defensive back Leighton White set up the scoring drive when he intercepted backup quar terback Jonny Rodgers wobbly pass in the end zone and ran it back 28yards to the Canyon 28 with left The Cougars marched 10 plays 72 yards for the scorei The scoring drive was helped by two key plays Georges 23yard pass to Brett Parrish and Offermanns 14yard run Parrishs catch put the Cougars at the Chaps 37 while Offermanns run on a draw play put the Cougars in scoring range at the 16 With their team way ahead Nunez Peays and Brees were pulled out before the final quarter After completing only one out of his first seven passes Brees went 9 of 11 the rest of the way for 152 yards Before the first half ended Brees had 123 yards passing Nunez got the majority of his yardage in the first half by rushing for 115 yards on nine carries Nowotny believes the Cougars will be able to bounce back from the hard loss and take on the Pflugerville Panthers Fri day night in Pflugerville Game time is set at The Class 5A Panthers will be another tough test for the Cougars Pflugerville defeated the New Braunfels Unicorns 210 Friday at Unicorn Stadium A good football team wipes out itc weaknesses in a Nowotny said We will have to get better in a hurry for next weeks Astros Collins pleads case in baseball brawl ENEW YORK AP Houston Astros manager Terry Collins said he was doing his job in a beanball war that led to benchclearing incidents against the Cincinnati Reds He knew Leonard Coleman was just doing his Friday when the National League president suspended Collins Reds manager Davey Johnson and four players for their actions in Tuesday nights game Johnson also began his twogame sus pension Friday night while the players are waiting for appeals to be heard on HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG TOOT Roxie Sandi S Visit our Booth At the Trade Show Sept 13 133 Landa Street 3TM Childrens Menu Available PRICE CHICKEN j STEAK SOt extra to go Expires Sept 30lh IB mm mm Football Specials Price Use Our Convenient PtckUp Window Call 6253311 To Order Tues Jam Night Revival Brothers Thurs Songwriter Dan McCoy Sat Variety Mike Daniels Full Bur Cowboys sign Sanders to million contract By DENNE H FREEMAN AP Sports Writer IRVING Texas AP Deion Sanders abandoned the world cham pion San Francisco 49ers Saturday to become the secondhighest paid mem ber of the rival Dallas Cowboys Sanders spurned the 49ers best offer for a big chunk of Jerry Jones empire including a million bonus Jones who paid for the fran chise in 1989 wouldnt say how much Sanders got overall but sources said it was a fiveyear deal for at least million Only quarterback Troy Aikman who has a million package will be making more than Sanders who wants to catch some of Aikmans passes besides playing cornerback and return ing kicks Sanders signed the contract early Saturday in Chicago where he was playing outfield for the San Francisco Giants Sanders will fly to Valley Ranch on Monday for his first prime time appearance with his third NFL team Sanders was lured away from the Atlanta Falcons last year by San Fran cisco Irvin said Sanders salary wouldnt cause problems within the team I know the dollar situation isnt a problem on this Irvin said I hope nobody tries to make it a prob Irvin said he would share passes with Sanders Ive never seen him play wide receiver but maybe he will take some of those slant passes over the Irvin said I could use a good decoy too You never have too many of Jones won his oneonone war with San Francisco president Carmen Pol icy for Sanders services We got Charles Haley away from San Francisco and won two Super Bowls with Jones said Maybe we can do the same with Jones said the deal will stand the scrutiny of the NFL office which can mete out a million fine if its a salary cap breaker Rangers From 7A The Rangers had initially stopped them at the Southside 42 but an offsides penalty gave the Cards a first down Southside quickly got the ball back when Ranger quarterback Sean Everest was picked off by defensive back Alex Uriegas at the Southside 25 The Cardi nals got a first down but nothing more off the Ranger defense and were forced to punt again The Rangers took over at their 29 and Everest proceeded to hand the ball to Mr Ivey He had carries of and the 6yard score at the Rangers went up 12 0 with remaining in the half A 2 point attempt run failed Quarterback Everest was again bitten by the interception bug when linebacker Robert Ybarra snagged a pass and put the Cardinals in business at their own 44 The boys in blue then set up at their own 31 with left in the half Ivey carried for 10 yards and a South side penalty added another five Reeves then answered the call and ran 18 yards to the Cardinal 36 Ivey bouncing off tacklers then pound ed it to the 12 on three carries Reeves took it on to the five An encroachment penalty against the defense a new rule this year moved the ball half the dis tance to the goal Ivey then did the hon ors of taking it in for the score with 43 seconds left in the half Grindles kick was good to make the halftime score 190 Smithson Valley Things went from bad to worse quick ly for Southside when Triesch took the secondhalf kickoff near his 10 and sprinted to paydirt Everest hit the two point conversion pass to put the Rangers up 270 less than 30 seconds into the half Southside went 62 yards on eight plays to get on the Scoreboard Joe Can tu scored from two yards out The extra point kick was blocked making the score 276 finished the night for the Cardinals with 138 yards on 23 carries Just to be safe Smithson Valley pro ceeded to get the touchdown back with a 15play 85 yard drive capped by a 24 yard scoring pass from Everest to Tri esch Grindle split the uprights putting the Rangers up by the final margin of 34 6 Texas Hill Country Arts Crafts REE admission EXIT FM 306 Oo 1 Mi nun left on Hunter Rd For more infomition 210 6296441 Gas Logs Glass Doors Wood Stoves Brass Tool Sets Burning Displays HITIO 6060951 HAUS 3702 IH 35 SOUTH A STORE YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE EXIT 184 1993 Chrysler Town and Country Blk Cherry V6 Dual Tilt Cruise Ciwene P sou Lodes tilt ciuise Sunscreen glass cast wheels luggage rack Get Luxury Plus Economy 1995 Chrysler Concorde 4 dr Platinum trans Tilt cruise cassette P seat windows locks security system miles Like 1992 Toyota Club Cab 4X4 White V6 5 speed P steering brakes cassette alarm Bedliner Dont Miss This This One 1992 Plymouth Voyager LE 7 Pass Teal V6 A trans Quad seating Tilt Cruise cassette P seat windows locks Sunscreen system One Owner and Nice 1993 Chev Cavalier 2 Dr Black 5 P Steering brakes P Door locks cassette Great Back To School Car 1992 Toyota Camry 4 Dark green 4 P Brakes Tilt cruise 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