New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1995, Page 8

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December 03, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 8 A O Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, December 3,1995Sports Day Cougars His touchdown and Richard McDonald’s extra point kick made it 35-7. Canyon quickly pulled to within 35-14 after the Cougar defense held Calallen to three plays and a punt. On first down George found Ricky Boehle chi a crossing pattern for an 18-yard touchdown pass. The Cougars finished with more first downs (20-22) and outscored the Wildcats 16-7 in the second half. The 30 points was the most scored this season on Calallen, which was allowing only six points per game. Canyon’s first half deficit, however, proved too much to overcome. The damage came rapidly. In a three minute stretch of the second quarter, the Wildcats struck for 28 points, beginning with tailback Woody Chamber’s 22-yard scoring run and ending with quarterback Travis Fallon’s perfectly lofted 46-yard scoring strike to Dickie Gonzales. During that span, the Cougars fumbled twice and botched a kickoff that was recovered by Calallen’s Jett Walker at Canyon’s 23 yard line. The Cougars started strong in the third quarter, driving to a firstFrom7A and goal at die Wildcat 4-yard line. Four straight runs by George yielded three yards and gave the ball back to Danaher and company. The Wildcat fullback finished at 192 yards on 28 carries and moved into third place on the state’s all-time career rushing list with 8,463 yards. Still, Offermann proved more effective on this night, rushing for 210 yards on 16 carries. His 58-yard scamper with about two minutes left in the game closed out the scoring and put him over the 200-yard mark. George completed 17 of 38 pass for 233 yards. Boehle caught IO passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns. “We played better in the second half but it came a little too late,” said Boehle. “Those turnovers in the first half put us in a hole, and it was hard to get out of it” “It’s over but but I’m proud of what we accomplished this year. I can’t say enough about the guys on this team. Everyone played hard all year and helped this team make it here. A lot of us have been together since seventh grade, and we’ve become real close. You couldn’t have any better friends.” Big 12 officials delay site decision By DOUG TUCKER AP Sports Writer KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — After Kansas City and Dallas upped their offers at the last minute, Big 12 presidents voted to put off a decision on where to put the headquarters of their new super conference. 'The presentations went beyond the written proposals we’d seen previously,” Iowa State president Martin Jischkc said at a news conference on Friday. “We’ve instructed Arthur Andersen to sharpen their analysis from two cities, Kansas City and Dallas.” The presidents heard proposals Friday from Omaha, Neb., Colorado Springs, Colo., Dallas and Kansas City. They had already hired real estate analysts from Arthur Andersen to evaluate the bids. “While we haven’t eliminated anybody, we are focusing our attention on Dallas and Kansas City,” said Jischke, adding it might be “another month or two” before a final decision is made. Asked if this meant the Big 12 was inviting a bidding war, Jischke said, “We have asked them to visit with the cities to clarity and enhance the proposals." Asked if tfiis might result in the Big 12’s getting even greater concessions, he said, “possibly.” Rick Douglas, president of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce, said Dallas’ offer ranged from about $1.8 million to $4 million depending on which proposed building site the conference chooses. Sources said Kansas City’s bid was valued around $3.9 million. AII offers have included free transportation and free telephone and computer equipment. “I don’t know what the other communities included,” Douglas said before learning the presidents had put off their decision. “But I feel pretty good that our (proposal) includes the attributes the Big 12 needs to began operations at a very low cost." Rangers sign Faneyte from San Francisco By The Associated Press ARLINGTON — The Texas Rangers announced Friday that the club has acquired outfielder Rikkert Faneyte from the San Francisco Giants for a player to be named later. Faneyte, 26, will go directly lo the Rangers’ major-league roster, becoming the 32nd player on the list. The righthanded-hitting Faneyte split 1995 between San Francisco and its AAA f arm club, the Phoenix Firebirds of the Pacific Coast League. With the Giants, he batted .198 with four runs batted in 46 games. At Phoenix, he batted .274 with one home run and 17 RBI in 38 games. In 72 major-league games with the Giants in 1993-95, Faneyte has batted .173 in 72 games. He was bom and still lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and is one of four Dutchmen to play in the major leagues. The other four are longtime pitcher Bert Blyleven; former Boston Red Sox pitcher Win Remmerswaal and former New York Yankees infielder Robert Eenhom. SALE    SALE Unique Christmas Ideas Give him the Lederhosen he always dreamed about! 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