New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 1995, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 12, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 8 A O Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, November 12,1995 Sports Day Canyon claims 28-4A title By CAVU) DEKUNDER mWiT ItFIW The Canyon Cougars came alive in the second half scoring 28 unanswered points and capturing the District 28-4A crown 31-7 over the Bastrop Bears on Friday. Before a homecoming crowd at Cougar Stadium, Canyon rolled to its ninth straight win and second district title in three seasons. The Cougars finish undefeated in district at 5-0 and 9-1 on the season. Next on the schedule is a bi-district playoff date with the District 27-4A runner-up Clemens Buffaloes next week. Bastrop (4-6,3-2) will meet the District 27-4A champion Fredericksburg Billies in the playoffs. * Once again the Cougars were led by the explosive trio of quarterback Reagan George, wide receiver Ricky Boehle and running back Trenady Offermann. George passed for 272 yards and two touchdowns and ran for one score. George, the eighth-rated Class 4A passer in the state, now has 1,663 passing yards. Boehle, the fourth-rated receiver in the state, caught eight balls for 136 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the regular season with 934 yards. Offermann rushed for a touchdown and 113 yards on 18 totes, giving him 1,134 yards for the year. Canyon rolled up 396 yards of offense against Bastrop. But it was the Cougar defense that also shined on Friday. Canyon limited the Bears to 69 yards of total offense in the first half, and cornerback Brett Parrish prevented the state’s top ranked receiver, Damon Barnes, from reaching the endzone. Bastrop quarterback Terry Taylor, one of the area’s top passers, completed six of 22 passes for 106 yards and was intercepted three times. He was sacked three times. The*Bears ground game mustered only 86 yards rushing. “Our defensive line, with John Flores, Eric Holt, Kevin Self and Jesse Mesa, did a great job of pressuring and rushing Taylor,” Canyon coach Larry Nowotny said. “We were able to stymie their running game and forced them into a lot of second-and-long situations, which enabled our secondary to put double coverage on their receivers.” Junior middle linebacker Mike Broaddus, who recorded a sack, backed up Nowotny’s assessment. “Our linebackers stepped it up and our defensive line made the plays,” Broaddus said. “The seniors provided the leadership tonight and we kept it up during the course of the game." In the first half, it was the Bears' defense which clawed away at the Cougar offense. Bastrop’s aggressive defense blitzed their linebackers and free safety, forcing the Cougars in second and third and long situations. Safeties Matt Vocal and Anthony Matocha frustrated Offermann by closing the outside running lanes, the bread and butter of the Cougar running game. At the half. Canyon had only t\yo yards rushing. With the running game shut down, the Bears keyed up on the Cougar passing attack, sacking George twice for 16 yards, picking up screen plays and stopping them for little or no gain. The Bears came up with a turnover in the second quarter that led to the game’s •w at the Prince JSoltttsInn November 17th $ 18th Look what's Inn store for you ar Two nights lodging sod breakfast tho historic prince Selma ‘Jim •** “•get acquainted” and “«get In character” ‘Friday night buffet HT Saturday morning breakfast, Saturday afternoon “•Clue Dropping, Soper Sleuthing** party **■ Saturday night dinner party at famous (Wolfgang's (feller staurant at ^ soloed the mystery** Sunday morning breakfast Call for reservations Prince {Mins Inn (800) 625-9169 (210) 625-9169 295 East San Antonio Street New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Take advantage of the efficiencies off"^ MAJESTIC .Gas Logs Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Malcom Kitchen sacked Bastrop quarterback Terry Taylor for a loss during the third quarter of Canyon’s 31-7 win. The Cougars clinched the district championship and will face the Clemens Buffaloes next week. I .... ...... ...... ...... I SFinal standings District 28-4A Overall District Canyon 9-1 5-0 Bastrop 4-6 3-2 Hays 5-5 3-2 New Braunfels 3-7 2-3 Smithson Vafiey 5-5 1-4 Lockhart 3-7 1-4 Friday's scores New Braunfels 17, Smithson Valley 0 Canyon 31. Bastrop 7 Hays 23, Lockhart 7 Redistrict Playoffs Canyon vs. Clemens Bastrop vs. Fredericksburg first score. Cornerback Rocky Farmer intercepted a George pass and returned it 57 yards to the 8-yand line. On fourth and goal, fullback Shawn Washington crashed in from one yard out to give Bastrop a 7-0 lead with 8:48 in the first half. Canyon responded with a 10-play, 44 yard drive capped by Richard McDonald’s 39-yard field goal with 6:08 left. The key play on the drive was a 41-yard pass from George to Brandon Cox, which put the Cougars at the Bear 28. The score remained 7-3 until halftime. The second half was a different story for the Cougars. The Bears came out looking for more when Taylor hooked up with Barnes for a 42-yard pass play to the Canyon 28. 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