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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 HeraldZeltung O Tuesday October Q 5 former CornalCourity s e ti rnoy roust include the name of bi graduating year umber in drbppecDay the it david junior for tournament at on Nov 2 and 3 Wrilrfient is open to golfers lOISwhp attend school f ial EourityJhere Will be divisions for f InthelOlS and V tWsign lip shedtfsat Larida Park Golf I The last day to signup is Oct compliments of Dofnih6s JW Tobacco rHaUsErttex v i alsb sponsors HI j e a sixcolor long sleeve Kiobalssa tqoe doyvn jvithg variety water in rywipuiBiib pan terser J d large groups For more information call BraunMs Qlris Softball MI soling QoM Canto isfromlheNBGSA are still ijlable discounts can 6e used over f i over The cost is for each card Anyone call Gwen Burred or Ponnie Re 6294767 Or lean mail NBGSA Box1 Braunfels Tx 78130 for junior toagiM IfNlN lie is open Jo boys and girls is 30 j t ifHHillily loTucJaBses for injting to improve their Janes g w is open to ail ntheNeyy v Sports Day Canyon Hays to battle for second By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor The third times a charm The Canyon Cougarettes and the Hays Lady Rebels will meet for the third time this season in a playoff for second place in District 284A The two teams who split their earlier matches will meet at at San Marcos High School Its going to be interesting because we know each Canyon coach Donna Boehle said Were both likely to make adjust ments Im planning on making a lot of adjustments during the Even though Canyon and Hays are already guaranteed playoff spots the game is still important Its a big match because of playoff bracket Boehle said Whether the kids realize that I dont know Were going to have a meeting about that later It might be that they are not aware of whats at stake because as of right now all your goals for this part of the season have been Boehle said she is not worried about scouts getting to see the Cougarettes in action Some of things were going to do against Hays we wont be doing against other Boehle said But were not going to change any thing I dont want scouts dictating my game Tonights plan for the 265A champion New Braunfels Unicorns is to finish their district schedule on HeraldZeltung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Unicorn Yvette Villaneuva dives for a dig earlier this season The Unicorns end their district season tonight against Churchill We dont want a loss going into the Unicorn coach Phyllis Fowler said Theyve went through a lot to gain respect in this district They dont want to lose And avoiding a loss to Churchill will be easier said than done They are a very talented Fowler said They have a lot of potential Ive always said that good teams bring out the good in other teams and we have had a tendency to do that this Its going to be interesting because we know each other so Canyons Donna Boehle a winning note The Unicorns meet Churchill at at Unicorn Gym HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyons Call Courtney goes for a block against Del Valle earlier this season Canyon plays Hays for second place tonight Scrapbook New Braunfels running back David 50 ing in the Unicorns 200 loss to Madison last Friday Smithson Valley running back Tim Ivey rushed for 202 yards and two touchdowns in the Rangers 4213 victory over Del Valle Canyons Jammal Sargent rushed for 95 yards in the Cougars 226 loss to Hays The Unicorn defense was led by Brian Lee and Kyle Reneau with 13 tackles Grant Simpson had 12 and Justin Vogt had 10 Gabe Perez had nine tackles The Ranger defense was led by John Hickman with eight tackles Jeff Shinn and Brad Tellander had six Taylor Jor dan Matt Bridges Brandon Schultz and Fernando Vil Jazanaall fivejapfcles The Cougar defense was led by Michael Broaddus with 22 tackles Jeramy Hill had 18 tackles followed by Jesse Mesa with 16 Reed Boyd had 13 tackles followed by Mark Noble with 10 tackles Unicorn quarterback Kliff Kingsbury completed 10 of 22 passes for 96 yards Ranger quarterback Billy Grindle completed 5 of 6 pass es for 79 yards and three touch downs He also rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown Cougar quarterback Reagan George completed 11 of 20 passes for 82 yards He also rushed for 16 yards David Simmonds David McGilvery Jonathan Flavin Joe Spsit andChad Wehe all had receptioShsforJthe Unicorns Simmonds and Sosa both had catches of 22 yards Brad Triesch had two catch es for 68 yards and two touch downs for the Rangers Jeff Shinn had one catch for a sev enyard touchdown Tim Ivey and Sain Teuton also had receptions for the Rangers Malcom Kitchen had five catches for 51 yards for the Cougars Reed Boyd and John Aguirre had two catches each Bobby Mason and Chance Weaver both had one recep tion DeAngelo Aguirre and Adam Trollinger both had sacks for the Unicorns Brian Lee Grant Simpson and Aguirre had tackles behind the line of scrimmage Byran Byrne recovered a fumble caused by Justin Vogt ceptions and Bert Nauman had one for the Rangers Brad Tel lander had a quarterback hurry and Dustin Boren had a sack Brad Little and Triesch bat ted down two passes while Tel lander knocked down one Jesse Mesa Orlando Mesa and Michael Broaddus all had tackles behind the line of scrim mage for the Cougars Reed Boyd had an interception and Broaddus caused a fumble The New Braunfels Uni corns will have their home coming against Seguin at Friday night at Unicorn Stadi um The Canyon Cougars will travel to Del Valle The Smith son Valley Rangers will travel Bastrop Sports Briefs Berkley Oakley suspended for preseason brawl Charles Barkleys regularseason debut for the Houston Rockets has been put on hold but he wont miss his rematch with his former team Bafkjey suspended for one game and fined Monday for a fight with New Yorks Charles Oakley in an exhibition game last Friday Oakley who instigated the fight by slamming Barkley to the floor got two games and a fine Barkley willsit out the Rockets opener Friday night at home against the Sacramento Kings but hell be on the court the next night when Houston travels to Phoenix to play his old team the Suns I feel bad Ill miss the home opener but I guess its ironic that Ill open the season in Barkley said Monday Barkley and Oakley tangled early in Fridays game Both were ejected which costs them an additional Rhodes warming up Detmer being the quarterback PHILADELPHIA AP Coach Ray Rhodes likes Philadelphia chances against the Cowboys Sunday as long as Ty Detmer keeps his mind in the game Dolphins didnt have a prayer By DENNE H FREEMAN AP Sports Write IRVING Texas AP Players and executives were enjoying their whipping of Jimmy Johnson at Valley Ranch on Monday and some said the cata lyst for the 2910 win over the Miami Dolphins was the pregame prayer this man of the cloth praying for a Dol phins win before the kickoff and I wondered what church he was said offensive tackle Nate Newton thought it must have been some kind of Dolphin cult or something running back Emmitt Smith We all thought the pregame prayer was some kind of joke or something We couldnt believe it It helped get our Newton said one of the reasons the Cowboys wanted to play well was not because they were meeting their former coach but because so many of us on the team are from Florida Thats where the media missed the boat on our The Cowboys watched films of the victory Mon day and got some good news from trainer Jirn Mau rer Tight end Eric Bjornsori who sprained his right ankle making a touchdown catch could be ready to play on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles He Bjornson said he thinks he will be able to Switzer said There wasnt as much swelling as we thought there would ASTHMA SUFFERERS Dallas coach Barry Switzer said the prayer read over the public address system was strange Nate Newton leaned over to me and said Coach I dont think that prayer was for every We knew it cer tainly wasnt for Switzer said Quarterback Troy 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