New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 1995, Page 9

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November 12, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Heratd-Zeitung □ Sunday, November 12,1995 □ 9 ASports Day Unicorns knock off Canyon 15-10,15-11 By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer BUDA — Twice in district, New Braunfels had defeated Canyon to earn the 28-4A championship. The third time proved no different as the Unicorns topped the Cougarettes again 15-10,15-11 and advanced to die state semifinals in Austin on Friday. “We got die breaks when we needed them,” New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler said. “Everybody shined on our team for this victory, we had freshmen and sophomores who came off the bench and helped us out” With die win, the Unicorns improve to 26-5. Canyon ends their season at 28-5. New Braunfels was tod by senior middle blocker Kristi Lindemann, who served up six aces, including four during the second game to thwart a Collarette comeback. Lindemann had eight kills .and si* blocks, all team highs. “I gave it my all,” Lindemann said as she took hugs and congratulations from fans and teammates. “We had a tiny letdown (in die second game), but we came back and pulled it out But you have to give Canyon credit, they are a great team.” • New Braunfels' power attack was spread evenly among six players, hi addition to Lindemann’s eight kills, Shawn Lindsey had seven kills,Shelley Brede-water had six and senior middle blocker Erin Baetge had six. Jill Evans con tributed ll digs and four blocks. Setters Haley Hehnly and Jessica Barney had 16 and 11 assists, respectively. The Unicorns were able to pull away in a nip and tosjn battle in the first game. Withihe score tied at 5-5, the Unicorns scored four straight points to go up 9-5. The Cougarettes closed the gap within 9-7. But Evans served an ace which ignited a six point nm that put New Braunfels up 13-7. Bredewater’s block clinched the first game for the Unicorns. The second game was even harder fought between the two teams. The Unicorns jumped out to a 12-4 toad and looked like they had the match under control. But Canyon Coach Donna Boehle called time out and settled her troops down. Whatever she said, must have worked because Canyon scored seven straight points to get within 12-11. Lesa Porter had two kills and ace to spark the Cougarettes during the rally. Lindemann’s block put New Braunfels up 13-11 and then she served an ace to give the Unicorns a trip to state. “We really worked hard to get it turned around,” Boehle said. “We never laid down and our team showed a tremendous amount of skill during the match.” Leading the Cougarettes were setter Kim Brunette with 13 assists. Shannon Young had six kills, Weidner six and Porter five. Weidner had IO digs followed by junior Lesli Reimer’s six digs. r Black belt Now Braunfels resident Gary Ryan rscsntty named his first degree black belt Ryan has trained for the pest two years in his Texas Taekwondo close at Jims’ Gym In San Marcos. my • I Submitted photo The Frame Shop and Picture Store Serving the New Braunfels area for 20 Years 9:30 - 5:30 Tues-Fri. 9:30 - 2:00 Sat. 625-1722 1282 Hillcrest Save 50% and more on AREA RUGS at Rhoads Interiors 625-3477 943 Walnut New Braunfels WATERFORD Burning Displays Large Selections Complete Fireplace Dept. 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Information about Rabies: 210-278-7173 Department of Health Information about County License: 210-608-2016 Comal County Animal Control 178 E. Milt Ste. 208, New Braunfels, Tx. 78130 Call Now! to reserve your Hickory Smoked Turkey for the holidays. 9-11 lbs. - $25.00 15-17 lbs. - $38.00 21-23 lbs. - $50.00 ^■609-RIBS (7427) Located in New Braunfels, 2 minutes from 1-35 on FM 725 9 What should you do t if you’re having smut, insect and aflatoxin problems? Proven corn hybrids from Asgrow are the answers you need to achieve top performance for your Southern Blacklands farm Each hybrid gives you good plant health to butle stem rot and leaf disease. All three deliver excellent standability for optimum harvest potential and have the husk cover to fend off ear rn worm and aflatoxin. With these Asgrow hybrids you’ll get a combination of high yi< tolerance with an excellent grain quality rating - what more do idds and good smut you want? All of this at a good price? Asgrow has the answer for that, too. Ask your dealer about our “early delivery, early pay" incentive that can save you money. Call us for more information on the Asgrow corn hybrids. We’ll help you decide which one will deliver proven performance for your farm. Call Joe Douglass 512-578-7269 Cougars From8A From there, the Cougars took off. On Canyon’s next offensive possession, George hit Boehle for a 58-yard score. Boehle got behind three Bear defensive backs, caught the ball at the 20 and outraced the Bear secondary into the evzone. McDonald kicked the first of his four PATs and Canyon took the lead for good at 10-7 with 8:33 in the third. A Broaddus fumble recovery of a bad quarterback-center snap at the Canyon 38 tod to the Cougars second touchdown. Canyon marched down to the Bastrop 34, where Offermann did the honors with a 34 yard touchdown run off right tackle with 2:50 in the third period. Offermann’s score put Canyon up 17-7. Boehle described his game turning 58-yard score which gave the Cougars the momentum. “I broke past the free safety and Reagan laid out the pass perfectly,” Boehle said. “Then I was able to beat their coverage.” Canyon put the game away with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. George factored in both scores with a six-yard touchdown keeper and an eight yard pass to Boehle. Nowotny said it was a matter of time before the Cougars got it rolling. “Once we figured out what they were doing defensively at half-time, we settled down,” Nowotny said. “In the second half, we made an adjustment by putting another man on the inside to block out their blitzing safeties.” HerakJ-Zeftunq photo by MICHAEL DARNALL New Braunfels outside hitter Shelley Bredewater elevates and hits one of her six kills. The Unicorns topped the Canyon Cougarettes 15-10,15-11 to advance to the Class 4A state Final Four in Austin. Red Raiders gun down TCU By JEAN PAGEL Associated Press Writer LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Fans of Texas Tech football witnessed a happy ending for the Southwest Conference in Lubbock. The Red Raiders turned a one-touchdown lead at halftime into a 27-6 victory over Texas Christian during the final SWC game at Jones Stadium. It marked a big recovery after Tech’s 48-7 wipeout last week by Texas. “We got our confidence back,” Tech linebacker Zach Thomas said. “We bounced back, and it was a lot due to team effort and solid leadership.” Tech (6-3 overall, 3-2 SWC) held the anemic Homed Frog offense to two field goals and six first downs. Texas Christian (6-3, 3-2) came into the game averaging 23.3 points and in contention for the conference crown. But those hopes fell as flat as the arm of Max Knake, who had the worst game of his career, completing just five of 31 passes for 64 yards. And without suspended tailback Andre Davis, the Homed Frogs rushed for 61 yards on 28 attempts, the longest of which was 16 yards by punter Beau Stephens on a fourth-down fake. ‘Today was a big win," Tech coach Spike Dykes said. “I don’t know when I’ve seen a better defensive game.” TCU coach Pat Sullivan called it “a very frustrating game for us. Give credit where credit is due. Tech didn’t do anything unexpected, they just made some things happen while we couldn’t” TCU’s defense was outstanding as well for most of the first three quarters. But the Red Raiders went up, 20-6, with 4:18 left in the third quarter when senior split end Bo Adams caught his first career TD pass, a 5-yard lob from Zeb-bie Lethridge. Byron Hanspard, who rushed for a game-high 126 yards on 24 carries, dashed 48 yards to score the final touchdown in the opening minute of the fourth quarter. relaxH THE BACK! 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