Tuesday, November 12, 1996

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas D I uesday NovemberlO 1996O3 Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 Sports Day r J i 1 tf 4 J X 7 i rf y w s j e 3t T 4 T fels Ueague y 3 ywjH pj84aipceptirig registrars dtf Goods boys and girls t is after Nov 30 V tryojtsWHlWtfeqi more M f next classes fhuijiaay M t for rhpre ipfotmatidn f Wcjfgan at S205980or Donald at cAh 4 entry fee i son playoffs Canyon ready to call Flours Bluff By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor In late August the young and inexperi enced Canyon Cougarettes took home fifth place at the Texas Lutheran UniversitySeguin High Volleyball Tournament At tonight the Cougarettes return to TLU to take on Corpus Christi Flour Bluff as a young playoffexperienced team that is one win away from the regional finals They are actually still getting Canyon coach Donna Boehle said Where theyre getting better is they are perfecting what they know They are fine tuning their In the regional quarterfinals the Cougarettes used their fine tuned skills to beat Austin Travis 159 1513 We were very Boehle said We pretty much had control for the entire game We were hitting well and play ing really good In the second game Canyon fell behind 116 after Travis employed a different style of play to throw the Cougarettes off their game Travis is notorious for doing that in the second Boehle said They started hitting differently and changed up their defense We fell behind but we never got The Cougarettes refused to give up and started narrowing the Travis lead I looked out there and we were really Boehle said Then we turned it up at least a notch It was gorgeous We played great defense nothing hit the Whenever it got tight we just got smarter Thats a sign of maturi ty This team just had fun the entire Coach Donna Boehle Canyon vs Flour Bluff At tonight at Texas Lutheran Universi ty in Seguin the Canyon Cougarettes will take on Corpus Christi Flour Bluff in a regional semifi nal match floor We started hitting with intelligence and power and Part of the Cougarettes success in the playoffs has been their ability to adapt to what works best against their opponent Boehle said the Cougarettes will have to do that once again but they also will be prepared for Flour Buff We will have a game plan Boehle said Theyre an extremely quick defensive team They attack a little bit dif ferently than weve seen Were planning to use a mul tiple offense A big key for us will be our defensive adjustments Were planning on using two defensive sets for the Its a match the Cougarettes have proved they will be ready to play Whenever it the Travis match got tight we just got Boehle said Thats a sign of maturity This team has just had fun the entire year Every time theyve been challenged theyve just moved their level of play higher Its been HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyons Kelly Parrish and Call Courtney go for a block earlier this year State Bound ny trf i l tf2 i i Certified instructors are Morgan Smith and 7 V f 4 Submitted photo TIM Hwt Urider13 boys earned a second place finish In Division I Western District and will go on to compete for the state title at the Retama Soccer Complex on Dec 1415 Members of the are Front row John Donovan Andrew Luplnski Colin Johnson Ryan Murray Adam OKrent Luis Ortiz Mark Richards Travis Salinas and Jeff Finley Back row Manager Don Bonnet Craig Crow Clint Laubach Tyler Lynch Ryan Potter Zach Luechauer Ross Culpepper Jason Bohhet Tanner Baker Drew Cameron and Trainer Steve Jennings Cowboys back in the hunt ready for Pack By DENNE H FREEMAN AP Sports Writer IRVING Texas noth ing like a little adversity to get the Dallas Cowboys to play like defending Super Bowl champions should Dallas improved its record to 64 Sun day after a 13 start with a 2017 overtime win in San Francisco thanks to Chris Boniols 29yard field goal The Cowboys trail Philadelphia and Washington both weekend losers by only a game 1 would have been skewered if we lost that said quarterback Troy Aik man Philadelphia beat Dallas last week on an Aikman interception that backfired into a 104yard interception and lateral touchdown Aikman made another late interception against the 49ers but lie go a second chance Linebacker Fred Stricklands interception of Elvis Grbac on the next play set Aikman up for his gametying touchdown pass to tight end Eric Bjorn son Then the Cowboys won in overtime with Barry Switzcr hugging Aikman until his quarterback produced a big smile Switzer got some of Aikmans eyeblack on his face and shirt The win meant a lot to both of Switzer said We had lost to them the last three times A coach and a quarter Weve got the playoffs in our sights Nate Newton in We had to guard Nate Newton Lose this one and drop back to 500 and it might have been all Particularly with the vastly improved Green Bay Packers coming to town next Monday night Weve got the playoffs in our sights Newton said And I dont care where we have to play it frozen tundra of Lambeau Field or 3Com Park again I dont care We just have to keep win The win proved costly for the Cow boys Switzer said Monday that free safe ty Brock Marion broke a shoulder blade and could miss several weeks I had one of those things once and it was two weeks before could even raise my Switzer Safety Bill Bates and backup center Clay Shiver sustained concussions but both were expected to play against the Packers Switzer said he also expected wide receiver Kevin Williams who has missed three weeks with an ankle injury to be ready for Green Bay Prep Scrapbook Smithson Valley quarterback Billy Grindle rushed for 122 yards and threw for 221 yards and four touchdowns in the Rangers 2717 over Lockhart last Friday night Canyon running back Jainaal Sargent rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown in the Cougars 4516 loss to Bastrop last Friday night New Braunfels running back Noah Haas rushed for 84 yards and two touch downs in the Unicorns 2714 loss to Churchill Saturday afternoon The Rangers John Hickman Bran don Schultz and Brad Tellander all recorded nine tackles Jeff Shiiui had eight tackles Bert Naunian and Gabe Sanford both had six gave up yards per game this year Opponents averaged yards on the ground and yards through the air against the Rangers The Cougars defense gave up yards per game this season Opponents averaged yards on the ground and yards through the air against the Cougars The Unicorn defense was led by Kyle Reneau with 16 tackles Justin Vogt had 14 tackles while Brian Lee had 11 Grant Simpson had 10 tackles The Unicorn defense gave up yards per game Opponents averaged yards on the ground and yards through the air against the Unicorns Smithson Valley running back Tim Ivey rushed for 80 yards on 23 carries The Ranger offense averaged yards a game this season On the ground the Rangers rushed for yards and threw for 94 yards per game Canyon quarterback Reagan George completed 14 of 35 passes for 197 yards and one touchdown The Cougar offense rolled up yards per game this season On the ground the Cougars rushed for 239 yards and threw for yards per game New Braunfels quarterback Kliff Kingsbury completed 11 of 21 passes for 105 yards The Unicorn offense averaged yards per game On the ground the Uni corns rushed for 117 yards and threw for yards per game For the Rangers Brad Tricsch had an interception and Dean Hillman recov ered a fumble This season the Ranger defense created 24 turnovers For the Cougars Michael Broaddus caused two fumbles and recovered one This season the Cougars created 22 turnovers For the Unicorns Kyle Reneau recov ered a fumble and broke up a pass Adam Trollingcr caused two fumbles VVilkins broke up one pass Smithson Valley receiver Brad Tri esch had five catches for 189 yards and three touchdowns One catch was a 90 yard touchdown reception Valin Klock had one catch for a fiveyard touchdown Canyon receiver Bobby Mason had three catches for 62 yards Brian Jung had four receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown New Braunfels receiver Mike Williams had five catches for 43 yards Eric Graves had three catches for 24 yards Noah Haas had one catch for 27 yards Smithson Valley finished the season in second place in District 284A with a record of 73 51 Canyon finished the year with a record of 64 33 New Braunfels completed the season with a record of 46 16 The Smithson Valley Rangers will take on Boerne at Friday at Uni corn Stadium in the first round of the 4A playoffs

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