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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung Cl Tuesday Novembers 1996H3 H p r a I d Z P i I u n g Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 Sports Day Comal County Sports cards ahd Anyone interested can pall Gterf Buf at you caiVmail jb NBGSA New t v it t11 1 v tbe Braunfels w wll WlcteWfg af team to bowl wanting skills a instrdctofsare Classesare two 2hbuFtsesiit sibns using written material instruptiop bn thet f The cost is clashes are Nov 7 Donald at i u I rfHMqf ar anoiwaui M js lt wijl be at antf DatholicChurchon Castel evening 1 The cost is with a discount1 foNb For more information In San VH to start In Registration for the City Basketfpall r League in San Marcos has already J5The entry feels whipfi includes pre eight league games andpostse Ail entry 1 Men and women A P atfams v sMens over and uFpr more information eal Rangers Cougarettes in playoff action By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor iH Playoff fever The Smithson Valley Rangers and the Canyon Cougarettes will try to maintain it tonight in the second round of the volleyball postseason The Rangers will travel to Austin Andersen High School at 7 tonight The Cougarettes will play Waco Midway at 8 tonight at Pflugerville Connally High School The match tonight will be the Rangers first playoff game since 1985 but coach Margaret Mitcham is not worried about her teams post season inexperience We had never won the district before this year Mitcham said Were just looking at this match as just a match Were going to take it one match at a time But we are going to go in there with a doordie atti tude because we know if we lose we turn in our Mitcham is not sure what to make of the Andersen team she scouted against Waco last week They really didnt play very Mitcham said I got their base defense But I really didnt get a chance to see how they play against good teams I dont know if theyre the type of team that plays down to their opponents They werent really The Canyon Cougarettes werent really challenged in their Were going to take it one match at a time But we are going to go in there with a door die attitude because we know if we lose we turn in our equip Ranger coach Margaret Mitcham Canyon coach Donna Boehlc expects a tougher match tonight against Waco Midway They hit mostly from the Boehlc said They single block the middle Theyre supposed to be an excellent defensive team They serve floater And if the Cougarettes run into something that Boehlc does nt know about she is confident they can handle it Were going into it knowing were going to have to make some Boehlc said Were going to play to our strengths I expect us to be pret ty effective in the The 284A runnerups will also be facing the first of what Boehle hopes will be a long line of district champions As tough as our district was I think it prepared us well for How to get to the playoff matches Austin Andersen Take 135 to Austin Take left on Ben White Take left on Opack Take left on Steck Comer of Steck Mesa Pflugerville Connally Take 135 to Austin Exit Farmer Take Left 1st stoplight take right first playoff game against Uvalde either The Cougarettes won the match 151 150 the Boehle said It helps you reach a higher level of HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Kelly Parrlsh 21 gets a point for the Cougarettes earlier this season HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Kellye Rogers right kills a shot for the Rangers earlier this year I Prep Scrapbook Canyons Jamaal Sargent rushed for 206 yards and two touchdowns in the Cougars 33 0 win over Del Valle Sargents longest run on the night was 54 yards John Aguirre rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown His longest run was 45 yards New Braunfels David Sim monds rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown in the Unicorns 127 win over Seguin Sim monds longest run on the night was 25 yards Smithson Valleys Tim Ivey rushed for 191 yards and two touchdowns in the Rangers 15 10 win over Bastrop Iveys longest run on the night wa 40 yards The Cougar defense was led by Michael Broaddus with 19 tackles against the Cardinals Todd Swint had 16 tackles fol lowed by Jesse Mesa with 11 and Mark Noble with 10 The Unicorn defense was led by Cody Guthrie Justin Vogt and Kyle Reneau with eight tackles a piece against the Matadors Grant Simpson Joe Sosa and Bryan Byrne all had seven tackles each Brian Lee had six The Ranger defense was led by Brad Tellander with eight tackles against the Bears Jeff Shinn and John Hickman had seven tackles a piece Brandon Schultz had six tackles Canyon quarterback Reagan George completed 11 of 19 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown His longest pass on the night was 37 yards New Braunfels quarterback Kliff Klngsbury completed 7 of 14 passes for 73 yards and a touchdown His longest com pletion on the night was 31 yards Smithson Valley quarterback Billy Grindle completed 5 of 14 passes for 53 yards His longest completion was 14 yards Grindle did rush for 59 yards Canyons Jesse Mesa had two tackles behind the line of scrimmage and a sack Chris Easley had one tackle for a loss Todd Swint had an inter ception return of nine yards Ricky Gutierrez recovered a fumble The Cougars allowed 192 yards to the Cardinals New Braunfels Justin Vogt had two interceptions Joe Sosa Bryan Byrne Josh Salge Cupe Adams and David McGilvery all broke up passes Adams also had a tackle for a loss The Unicorns gave up 139 yards to the Matadors Smithson Valleys Fernando Villazana caused and recov ered a fumble Brad Tellander caused a fumble Brad Triesch had three batted balls while Taylor Jordan had one Gabe Sanford had a quarterback hur ry Brandon Schultz had two hurries and a sack The Rangers allowed 111 yards to the Bears The Smithson Valley Rangers clinched a playoff spot with their win over Bastrop last Friday The Canyon Cougars can clinch a playoff berth with a win this week The New Braunfels Uni corns travel to play Churchill at 2 Saturday The Canyon Cougars will play Bastrop at Friday night at Cougar Stadium The Smithson Valley Rangers will host Lockhart for a game Friday night Sports Briers Rockets go on the defensive to beat Jazz 7572 Putting the best possible spin on it the Houston Rockets victory over Utah was a great defensive contest Looked at another way by Houstons Charles Barkley We didnt play well but we won We dont have to play well to Utahs Jeff Hornacek had a simi lar perspective on the 7572 loss Monday night in which the Jazz were held to their lowest point total in franchise history Theyre probably walking around their locker room saying As bad as we played we came out with a W which is what we would have liked to have Hornacek said The previous Jazz record for low points was 74 set in a game at New York in 1974 when the Jazz were based in New Orleans Karl Malone led Utah with 16 points but was held without a field goal in the fourth quarter when the Jazz scored nine points Former Redskin released from prison after 15 months After serving nearly 15 months of a fouryear term for cocaine pos session former Washington Redskins football star Dexter Manley has been paroled Submitted photo Shane Oueltotte of Canyon Lake holds the staterecord striped bass he caught it Canyon Dam The fish weighed 49 pounds Stop Creditor Harassment NO CREDIT NEEDED Also known as Debt Consolidation or Chapter 13 BankruptcyWage Earner Plan Examples Unsecured debts Free Visit per month Bills Credit cards per month Results obtained depend on die facts of each PAST DUE AUTO LOANS BACK TAXES BACK HOUSE PAYMENTS CHILD SUPPORT MEDICAL BILLS ALL CAN BE INCLUDED NOT CERTIFIED TEXAS BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION Free Call 24 Hour Recorded Information Ciarkson Volkman Attorneys San Antonio TX
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