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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung Cl Thursday November O 5 Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 V Brazilian soccer playef j r Comal County Sports Comal County athletes tieraldZeitung Wants to know ait what colleges or pro levels forrnef Comal County athletes are1 currently playing iTdbe eligible the rnusj have gPaduated frbffiKlew Brauhfels Smithson Valley or Cannon high schools They miisf be currently participating a collegiate or professional athletic program Information shbuld include ithe theathlete high graduating yeaf and college or pro f Please include a name andH squmber incase mbre ihforma tion is information can be faxed 6251224 or mailed or propped by the HeraldZeitung offices at 707 Lancia St in New Braunfels For more information call David Winder at Smithson Valley playoff tickets now on sale Tickets for the Smithson Valley vs Boernesplayoff game this Friday are nqvy on sale The game will be playedat at Unicorn Stadium in NkwBraunfels Pregame ticket sales will be for adult and for stu oents At the game JE6 for1 everyone reserved seats f f i Canyon volleyball to play Saturday at Hays The Canyon Gougaretteswill play Austin McCallum in the regional pals at 2 Saturday afternoon at Hays will be for adults and for students Comal Bowl sponsoring loam to bowl classos l Bowling instruction classes for persons Wanting to improve their skills are now held twice a month at Comal Bowl Certified instructors are Morgan Smith and Donald Stange Classes are two 2hour ses sions using written material and personal oneonone instruction on the The cost is per class The next classes are Thursday at 7 For more information call Morgan at 6205980 of Donald at 6091033 Registration for Junior league basketball The New Braunfels Junior lleagge Basketball will be accepting registrations at vivroux Toys and Sporting Qoodf from now until Nqv 20 1 is open to boys and gjrls grades 4 thru 6 registration Is tjons will bVaccepted after Nov 30 Tryouts will be Dec 7 Fpr more information call 0141 Centex Volleyball olub tryouts to start Nov 29 to earn a positign on the Centex Volleyball club 9 arn and 24 will at New Middle paaket rpffi Tgy arid S in totryout jjhe eenttx VoljQyball a great opportunity to f tajent tpgethir thrpyghgy t tq gompeti in wr Tvessvet Sports Day Tournament time at Smithson Valley By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor Basketball season just started and its tournament time already The Smithson Valley Rangers and the Canyon Cougarettes girls basketball teams will go after the first title of the sea son when the Rangers play host to the Smithson Valley Tournament The Rangers play against Ingram at 5 today at Ranger Gym The Cougarettes take on Kerrville at Friday at Ranger Gym Smithson Valley coach Carolyn Ckodre said she is glad the season has finally started It feels just great to get Ckodre said We finally got to play a real The Rangers beat Marion 6854 Tues day night in their first game of the season The play of point guard Andrea Kennedy was the key to the game Ckodre said She pretty much does it all for Ckodre said Shes our floor leader The other night when we start ed to lose control she would not let us fall Ckodre doesnt expect her team to lose control often with the experience Smithson Valley basketball tourney The Smithson Valley Rangers ptay at 5 today at Ranger Gym against Ingram The Canyon Cougarettes play at Friday at Ranger Gym against Kerrville the Rangers bring to the court Were returning six seniors seven players with varsity Ckodre said Three of the seniors have been on the varsity since they were freshmen After that though the players really have no Experience or no experience Ckodre would like the Rangers to be available to play Id like for everyone to remain healthy this Ckodre said Last year I nev From top to bot tom its pretty packed Del Valle is who I pick to come out on top I know well defi nitely challenge for a playoff Carolyn Ckodre er had the same starting lineup Ckodre sees the upcoming District 28 4A race as a close one From top to bottom its pretty Ckodre said Del Valle is who I pick to come out on top I know well definitely challenge for a playoff spot The district is real tough We go down to play Bastrop and theres blood on the Canyon basketball coach Tina Duncan wants the Cougarette volleyball team to win the rest of their play off games and she wants them to be quick about it Right now the volleyball team has the services of three of her players and her junior varsity coach while also occupying her practice facility Until volleyball season ends Duncan will concentrate on the part of the team she does have Were a young Duncan said This year is going to be an initiation by fire for us We really dont have a lot of The Cougarettes opened the season with a 6541 loss to Fredericksburg After the first half we were only down HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL The Canyon Cougarettes practice for the upcoming SVHS tournament by Duncan said Then I dont know if we came out tired or just relaxed We missed four shots on the blocks that were uncontested It was quite an auspi cious Duncan said she does expect the Cougarettes to challenge for a playoff spot Since theyre taking three teams out of a seventeam district I expect us to be Duncan said I guess Del Valle would have to be the The start of the basketball season means Duncan is missing her favorite volleyball team as it marches toward the state playoffs I want the UIL to make it so the sports dont ever overlap as Dun can said I never used to miss a volley ball Redskins Lynn has no defense for loss to Cards By JOSEPH WHITE AP Sports Writer ASHBURN Va AP A young defense that has allowed more than yards in two games seems due for a few changes Not so when it comes to the Wash ington Redskins whose defensive coordinator used his dry wit to sug gest a different approach Threats Threats within an inch of their said Ron Lynn before turning serious Wednesday No No Its repetition You go out and do it and do it and do it Weve just got to get them better We are who we The fans at RFK Stadium seemed ready to make a threat or two them selves in the overtime of Sundays 3734 loss to Arizona As the Redskins were giving up a The first thing we did when we walked in Monday morning the first thing I said to the staff was to secondguess the calls critique what we called and what we couldve done Redskin defensive coordinator Ron Lynn team record 615 yards chants of Lynn Must Go began to reverber ate The fans pay their Lynn said sympathetically They have every right to be Lynn didnt hear the chants He didnt have to Visions of Boomer Esiason picking apart his defense was enough to keep him awake and sec ondguessing himself most of the night Thats not a pleasant thing to go said Lynn who became defensive coordinator in 1994 after spells with San Diego and Cincin nati You go back and replay the game through your and the first thing youre going to do is ask what I couldve done better Every day Everything I go back and secondguess every call The first thing we did when we walked in Monday morning the first thing I said to the staff was to secondguess the calls critique what we called and what we couldve done After a sevengame winning streak the Redskins have lost two straight allowing 75 points combined against Buffalo and Arizona The defense is now ranked last in the league nexttolast against the run and fourthfrombottom against the pass But Lynn agrees that the Redskins were living on borrowed time long before the skid started The problem all season long has been the nickel defense and teams have begun to realize that the way to score against his defense is to play three or four wideouts and spread the field as much as possible Piano Houston Memorial reinstated into 5A playoffs By CHIP BROWN Associated Press Writer AUSTIN AP The cheerleaders were there and they were cheering The guys on the football team were bouncing up and down pumping their arms and screaming The whole thing felt like a playoff pep rally In reality it was The Piano Wildcats had just been reinstated to the playoffs Piano was allowed to advance to the Class 5A Divi sion I playoffs without leading rusher Rashaad Gunn after a hearing Wednesday by the University Inter scholastic League State Executive Committee The UIL also reinstated Houston Memorial but rejected Palestine for postseason competition Barring any last minute appeals in state court Piano 55 will make a recordextending 30th playoff appear It appalls me to see that the UIL rules are no longer enforced at least that they dont apply to Piano East coach Scott Phillips ancc Saturday night against Allen Houston Memo rial 82 will take on Alief Elsik 541 Friday night in the Class 5A Division II playoffs Tyler Chapel Hill 55 will replace Palestine Fri day night against Navasota 100 in the Class 4A Divi sion II playoffs Nearly the entire Piano football team and cheerlead ing squad some 75 students disregarded classes and piled into two buses along with roughly 125 parents and supporters to make the drive to attend the hearing which was standing room only In a departure from previous rulings the State Exec utive Committee determined that an entire team should nt be punished for the misdeeds of an individual player The committee also criticized those who turn in a rival school for alleged violations at the 1 Ith hour After the committees ruling Piano players and cheer leaders hugged shared tears of relief and cheered wild ly before singing the schools fight song loudly just outside the hearing room That joy was tempered by the disappointment and anger felt crosstown at Piano East It appalls me to see that the UIL rules arc no longer enforced at least that they dont apply to Piano East coach Scott Phillips said We should withdraw from UIL governing and get in a league that doesnt have any Haley out for season after back surgery IRVING Texas AP Dallas Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley is scheduled for back surgery this week perhaps today to relieve pressure caused by an accumulation of scar tissue trainer Jim Maurer says The problem has caused recurring numbness and weakened the muscles in Haleys legs leaving the 11year veterans career in jeopardy Maurer said Wednesday night The symptoms have been there off and on since training Mau rer told The Dallas Morning News Charles had been feeling some pain so he wanted to recheck it Its odd because some days he felt great but every day was different Its too bad because he really wants to Its odd because some days he felt great but every day was different Its too bad because he really wants to play foot Cowboy trainer Jim Maurer on Charles Haley play It will be his third back surgery in four years The surgery will be performed by Dr Robert Watkins a Southern Cal iforniabased specialist who has twice repaired disk problems in Haleys back Haley flew to Los Angeles Wednesday morning to see Watkins who recommended the surgery Maurer said he did not know if Haley the only NFL player to earn five Super Bowl rings will play again this season The Cowboys play the NFClead ing Green Bay Packers Monday night at Texas Stadium The Cowboys are currently in sec ond place in the NFC East behind the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles Haley had back surgery last December and missed the final three regular season games and two playoff games before returning as a starter in the Super Bowl Maurer said Haley had a magnetic resonance imaging Dallas on Tuesday that did showed little change from previous MRIs Shante Carver will replace Haley in the starting lineup and the Cowboys will continue to use linebacker Brod erick Thomas at defensive end in some passing situations Rookie defensive end Kavika Pittman limited primarily to special teams will likely get additional play ing time Haley who signed a fouryear million contract in July of 1995 will count toward the Cowboys salary cap in 1997 if he cant play next season according to Cowboys Vice President Stephen Jones Haley had missed five of the teams first 10 games this season because of the back pain When he was able to play the team tried to limit him to about 30 plays per game Sports Briefs Spurs Wiiklns surprise Lakers For years Dominique Wilkins played on mediocre teams in Atlanta Los Angeles and Boston often carrying them to victories Now after a oneyear hiatus from the NBA he is doing it in San Antonio Wilkins helped the injurydepleted Spurs snap a threegame losing streak by scoring 28 points in a 9583 victory Wednesday night over the Los Angeles Lakers who also lost forward Cedric Ceballos to a knee injury I take my hat off to Dominique for the way he Spurs guard Avery Johnson said He carried Wilkins is in his first season in San Antonio after returning to the NBA after a season in Greece Stars stay hot with 20 win over Flames Calgary goaltender Dwayne Roloson barely had time to settle his rookie jitters before the Dallas Stars had a 20 lead Roloson faced 18 shots in the first period allowed two goals in the first and trailed 31 after one From that point how ever the Stars would not get another puck past Roloson in his NHL debut as the Flames rallied from the twogoal deficit for a 33 tie Wednesday night It would have been nice to get some easy shots early but I was able to battle back and stay Roloson said When you get down on yourself thats when things go really bad on you Dallas was right on us from the start but we were able to sur Stars veteran goalie Andy Moog gave Roloson high marks for keeping his composure North Texas players to clean up stadium The North Texas Eagles football team probably hopes that fans at Saturdays game against Idaho arent too sloppy Thats because team members must return to Fouts Field the next day to clean it up Sundays duty is part of the players punishment for taking about worth of towels blankets and other items two weeks ago from a motel in Provo Utah Motel officials discov ered the loss in time and confronted team officials at the stadium The prop erty was taken off the team bus and stacked on the Best Western Baugh Motel parking lot Keeping an eye on Texas Texas high school students play hard Football remains the top Texas high school sport followed by boys track and field and girls basketball Overall the University Interscholastic League reports more than high school participants in athletic activities High school participants In UIL sports Boys Football Track Field Basketball Baseball Volleyball Cross Country Softball Soccer Tennis Golf Swimming Girls Team Tennis combined Six Man Football TOTAL Includes varsity and nonvarsity students SOURCES John Sharp Texas Comptroller ol Public Accounts and University Interscolastlc League
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