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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeHung O Sunday February OTA Sports Day Clemens holds off Canyon 32 From submitted reports The Canyon Cougars dueled to the end but came up short 32 to the Schertz Clemens Buffaloes on Friday night at Cougar Stadium The District 52 battle was close throughout Early on Canyon went to the attack with two booming shots on goal Clemens goalie Ty Munich deflect ed both attempts to keep the game score less Another Cougar attempt saw the ball bounce off the crossbar The first half featured an even exchange of shots on goal for both teams until the eighth minute when Jesus Aguayo of Clemens got on track The senior scored two goals in a threeminute span to give the Buffaloes a comfort able 20 lead Canyon rallied in the second half At 10 minutes into the half Czelusta had a throwin that was headed by Chris White and deflected off a Clemens play er for the Cougars first score Three minutes later Paul Paniagua scored again for the Cougars on an impressive shot past Munich Both teams continued to keep pace Everyone hustled tonight We just couldnt score at the Czelusta with shots on goal until the 23rd minute wrien Chris Blakely of Clemens scored the winning goal Paniagua answered with a shot that nirrowly missed the mark deflecting off the side pole I felt like we dominated the second Czelusta said They had the edge in the first half but we came back Everyone hustled tonight We just couldnt score at the I Eric Rodriguez highlighted the Cougars defense while goalie Adrian Armendariz came through with several ky saves The Cougar junior varsity Ic st to Clemens junior varsity 21 Bri an Easley scored the Cougars goal The will try to rebound against the Smith son Valley Rangers on Tuesday at 8 p m at Ranger Stadium Rangers outgunned in district Shootout By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor In the highest scoring game this season in district the Bastrop Bears showed they had more firepower than the Smithson Valley Rangers Senior point guard Chris Tales scored a gamehigh 27 points to lead the Bears to a 9285 win and the District 284A championship It was a barn said Smithson Valley coach John Valenzuela We gave it all we had but Bastrop is hard to match up with At one point we just said Were going to have to try and outscore these They came out ahead but it was an exciting entertaining With the loss the Rangers slip into a tie for second place with New Braunfels setting up a showdown for the final play off spot The game will tip off at 8 on Tuesday at Unicorn Gym The battle with Bastrop saw both teams I light up the Scoreboard The Rangers led I 3835 at halftime before the Bears offense took over and scored 31 points in the breakaway fourth quarter Three Rangers scored in double figure I Senior forward Anthony Simpson led the way with 20 points James Ivey had 17 and Bill Sturgis pumped in 15 Bastrops Matt Palmquist and Damon Barnes had 16 each 5 For the second straight year the district runnerup will be decided by a season finale between the Rangers and Last year the Unicorns came away with lastsecond victory I dont expect it to be as high scoring as the Bastrop game New Braunfels has the best matchup zone defense in the Valenzuela said Both teams will j be up for this game They will be ready at home Theyve just come off a big game against HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyons Czelusta helped guide the Cougars In Fridays district showdown with Clemens NBA AllStars avoid press By CHRIS SHERIDAN AP Sports Writer New Braunfels tops Boerne SVHS From submitted reports The New Braunfels varsity boys soc cer team improved its record to 1011 overall and 401 in district with wins over Boeme 81 and Smithson Valley 2 1 this weekend Frustration had marked the last three games as the Unicorns outshot oppo nents by 15 to 20 shots yet ended up with a tie or onegoal win On Friday night the frustration ended New Braunfels outshot the Boerne Grey hounds 25 to three and six Unicom play ers scored in an 81 rout The Greyhounds scored first on a bouncing ball in the box which was kicked a past diving goalie Jacob Kear ney to make it 10 Boerne The return of senior starter Ruben Gonzales ignited the Unicorns offen sive attack Thirtyfive minutes into the game radley Brandenburg crossed a hard shot to Ruben Gonzales who nailed the ack post to knot the score at 11 Two pinutes later Ruben beat the Boerne sweeper and passed back to a charging Joe Burke who nailed the front post and riadeit2l Scoring was finished in the first half when Joe Burke took the ball to the out side of the 18yard box and crossed to Andy Holtman who nailed the top cor ner and made it 31 Unicorns The second half started with Burke again taking a through ball from Travis Baker beating the fullback and crossing to Sid Gosa who made it 41 The fifth oal came off another assist from Burke to Kyle Reneau who put a rocket off the front post j Gosa then took the next offensive run three defenders and made it 61 Andy Holtman took a wellplaced pass from Michael Kawazoe beat two defenders and laid off a soft pass to Bradley Brandenburg who made it 71 The last goal came off a 30yard rocket from Brandenburg which made the final score Unicorns 8 Greyhounds 1 The Unicom defense turned in a stel lar performance with Travis Baker Clif Steagall Michael Kawazoe Josh Motz and Michael Dischinger shutting the Greyhounds down and limiting them to three shots Ronnie Schwab Billy Nickerson and Jacob Kearney came off the bench to seal the win for the Unicorns Coach Bob Rodriguez said he was pleased with the teams offensive and defensive play He added that Rubens return was a real plus for Unicorns The Unicorn blew the Greyhound out with a 91 win The led from start to finish with goals by McBrayer P A Vargas Aaron Wong and Matt Slaughter In a 21 win over Smithson Valley on Saturday the Unicorns got on the score board early when Josh Motz scored on a ball dropped by the Ranger goalie at the 16 minute mark The Unicorns had a 10 to two edge in shots on goal in the first half and led 1 0 Sid Gosa made it 20 on an indirect kick by Motz at the five minute mark With ten minutes to go Nathan Wood ward put the Rangers on the board with shot coming off a let through ball by teammate and brother Jesse Woodward The Unicorns finished with 26 shots on goal to Smithson Valleys eight SAN ANTONIO biggest talk at the start of NBA AllStar Week end concerned who wasnt there rather than who was Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley skipped Media Availability Day They were off playing golf either in Las Vegas or Phoenix nobody could say for sure Hakeem Olajuwon arrived after the session was over Friday saying hed had airline trouble Shaquille ONeal showed up but stuck around for just a short while Then there was the guy who didnt even make the AllStar team Dennis Rodman a key reason why the Chicago Bulls are 425 last week alleged there had been a conspiracy to keep him out of the spotlight in San Antonio where he had two tumultuous seasons with the Spurs I can assure Dennis theres no con spiracy to keep him out of the commissioner David Stern said Hes a great player with tremendous talents I j think Dennis is a very interesting person and has developed a significant interna tional following and Im kind of sorry J hes not on the team for a lot of reai There were however plenty of rook1 ies slam dunkers 3point shooters and members of the AllStar supporting casti willing to went through about 15 minutes of questions and answers then turned to a reporter asked1 it was shrugged got up and walked out ONeals presence for the hourlong interview session may pre elude a fine but Jordan and Barkley wont escape without penalty He has a lot of pressures that are maybe unique but the rules are the rules and hell get deputy commis sioner Russ Granik said of Jordan Cliff Jackson 82 of New Braunfels shot this In McMullen County on Jan 6 The deer Submitted photo 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