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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                2B O HeraldZeitung O Thursday November 20 1997 Bowling Bowl Monday Afternoon Ladles Betty Paskau Wanda Renner Monday Night LadiM Allison Hendrfck Dorothy Acker Miller City TonPin Dean Mitchell Jerry Reed WaltWeiding Tuesday Morning Betty Jo Sitterle Joyce Fraunhofer Swlngtlma Seniors Carl Milliard William Epp Bob Minor Theresa Milton Esther Post Tuesday Nlte Mixed George Lombardo RobTalbot Clifford Chavez Michael Hatter Joni Billings Joy Fmley Tuesday Plnmasters Mike Franco Dale Blume Roy Faust Curt Thomas Walter Grier Ginny Olson Maria Lowrenco Kaffee Klatsch JoAnn McWhorter Ball Chain Robert Scott Donald Stange Bill Smeal Brert Startz Linda Simpson Dec Hahn Jeanette Wiltard Darlene Wotz Leading Ladles Nancy Howard Sandra Marcum Darla Ruhl Prlmetlmers Bob Bnssenden BillBeaty Ray Etonian Melba Kraft Julia Snyder Church League Ed Maloy Jim Ouvall Party Hardy Doc Lang James Morse Carol Ann Avery Football National Football League At A Glance All Times CST By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Miami 740 636 236 199 NY Jets 740 636 260 211 New England 650 545 261 192 Buffalo 560 455 183 255 Indianapolis I 10 0 091 195 296 Central Jacksonville 830 727 279 211 Pittsburgh 830 727 261 203 Tennessee 560 455 226 214 Baltimore Cincinnati Denver Kansas City Seattle Oakland San Diego 4 6 1 409 220 241 380 273 194 283 West 920 816 324 1S4 830 727 228 189 650 545 250 2S6 470 364 275 282 470 364 215 289 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Giants 740 636 211 200 Dallas 650 MS 229 168 Washington 650 545 217 169 Philadelphia 4 6 1 409 180 224 Arizona 290 182 180 249 Central Green Bay 830 727 271 217 Minnesota 830 727 253 239 Tampa Bay 830 727 235 179 Detroit 560 455 235 220 Chicago 1 10 0 091 182 315 West xSan Francisco 1010 909 278 139 Carolina 560 455 185 214 New Orleans 470 364 151 225 Atlanta 380 273 216 292 St Louts 290 182 192 265 xwon division title Sundays Games Arizona at Baltimore noon Buffalo at Tennessee noon Dallas at Qreon Bay noon Indianapolis at Detroit noon Miami at New England noon Minnesota at New York Jets noon New Orleans at Atlanta noon Pittsburgh at Philadelphia noon Tampa Bay at Chicago noon Carolina at St Louis 3 Jacksonville at Cincinnati 3 Kansas City at Seattle 3 San Diego at San Francisco 3 New York Giants at Washington 7 Mondays Game Oakland at Denver 8 Thursday Nov 27 Chicago at Detroit Tennessee at Dallas 3 Sunday Nov 30 Baltimore at Jacksonville noon Cincinnati at Philadelphia noon Indianapolis at New England noon New Orleans at Carolina noon New York Jets at Buffalo noon St Louis at Washington noon San Francisco at Kansas City noon Atlanta at Seattle 3 p m Miami at Oakland 3 Pittsburgh at Arizona 3 Tampa Bay at New York Giants 3 Denver at San Diego 7 Monday Dec 1 Green Bay at Minnesota 8 Texas High School Football Playoff Pairings CLASS 5A Division I Region I Regional EP Franklin 92 vs Odessa Friday Ratlifl Stadium Odessa Duncanville 101 vs Arlington Martin p m Friday Texas Stadium Irving Region II Regional Piano East 83 vs Longview 8 Saturday Texas Stadium Killeen Ellison 110 vs Jersey Village 2 p rn Saturday Kyle Field NBA From Page IB reanxislip to 56 Trailing 7664 midway through the third period the Nets outscored the C elties 203 to open an 8479 lead IUino was called Cor two technicals md an ejection with let in the third alter Sain Cassell had a steal and basket tor an S279 lead 76ers 97 Wizards 86 AP Allen Kerson scored 2l points and the Philadelphia 76ers picked up their first home victory and their first win against an Conference oppo nent by beating the Washington 47S6 Wednesday night Clarence Weatherspoon added 16 points Derrick Colernan had 13 pouns and 12 rebounds and Scott Williams I 1 rebounds for the Sixers who were 04 at home and 05 against 1astern teams Team cardiologist Ired Bove announced after the game that Colcrnan will be sidelined for at least two weeks because of an irregular heartbeat that will be treated with medicine 1 he 76ers broke the game open with a I1 run in the second quarter to take a halltimc lead Philadelphias reserves combined for I S points in the second period led by points each from Weatherspoon and Doug CKcrton Heat 122 Clippers 113 MIAMI APi The Miami Heat spired a franchiserecord 45 points in the tirst period Wednesday and went AJSTIN AP Hera is trie weekly iepoti as compile by the TtAas and Wilolite DfpaiinifM loi Niov 20 CENTRAL BASTROP dwar 62 degrees black Dass to 5 pounds aie tan on Carolinarigged worms ana on baits Crappie are fair 10 good on minnows arid igs fished in 25 teet of water Catfish slow BELTON Water clear tow black bass to 3 pounds aie slow on spinness arid crarik baits with some action on JigNPiys White bass arm hybnus are lair to good on slabs and jig jing spoons Crappie aie fair on minnows and FleFlies Catfish ait slow BROWNWOOD Water clear normal level black bass to 4 pounds are slow to tan on jigs arid crank baits Hybnd stripers are fair to good on live baa and spoons Crappie are stow on minnows and pgs Channel catfish aie fair on rod arid ruels DaitbO with shrimp and worms BUCHANAN Water fairly clear 54 dfeijrfces black Lass are lair to good on JigN Piy combos arid en woirns fished in 10 to 15 of Stnptd bass are good on live bait fished in aeep water While bass are stow to tan on ban and slabs fished around Garret island Grappic we yood on live minnows fisfitJ aouKJ crappie barges Catfish ate stow FAYETTE Wattr fairly clear 68 degrees biack Laii to pounds are good on live water doys arid on topwaters arid aank baits fished to hand the Los Angeles Clippers their seventh consecutive loss 122 H 3 Tim Hardaway had a seasonhigh 33 points in 31 minutes for Miami and Isaac Austin tied a careerhigh with 26 points against the NBAs sec ondworst defense Murray scored a career high 32 points for the Clippers who shot 55 percent but fell to 110 Things may get worse Their next game is against the Chicago Hulls Hornets 106 Blazers 92 CHARLOTTE AP Glen Rice teamed with David Wesley to fuel a thirdquarter run that helped the Charlotte Hornets end Portlands perfect road record with a 10692 vic tory over the Trail Blazers on Wednesday night Rice had 10 points and Wesley added tour points and a pair of assists in the 175 surge that sent the Hornets to their sixth victory in seven games Rice wound up with 21 points and Wesley had 13 points and nine assists 1 he Trail Blazers lost for the first time m five road games this season The Hornets improving to 60 this season when they lead at halftime also got 19 points from Vlade Divac and nine points 15 rebounds and six assists from Anthony Mason Portland got 18 points apiece from Isaiah Rider Arvydas Sabonis and Rasheed Wai lace Late games Wednesday included Vancouver at Seattle and Minnesota at the Lakers Class 5A Volleyball v AmarWo High 353 New BttrtmWs 7710 Semifinal Match 7 Friday Burger Center Austin State Final 4 Saturday Burger Center Austin Semifinal Match Friday Burger Center Austin Sugar Land Clements Houston Cypress Creek Region III Regional Houston Lamar 101 vs Katy Friday Astrodome Aldine Eisenhower 92 vs Gatveston Ball Friday Pasadena Memorial Region IV Regional Austin Crockett 83 vs San Antonio Taft 4 Friday Burger Center Austin Corpus Christi Carroll 65 vs Weslaco 8 Friday Weslaco Division II Region I Area EP Irvin 83 vs Amarillo 2 Saturday Sun Bowl El Paso Flower Mound Marcus 92 vs Haltom 11 1 Saturday Cotton Bowl EP Socorro 92 vs Abilene Cooper Friday Socorro Student Activities Center El Paso South Grand Prairie 92 vs Arlington Lamar Friday Ownby Stadium Dallas Region II Area Richardson Lake Highlands 92 vs Tyler Lee Saturday Texas Stadium Waco 74 vs Langham Creek 2 Saturday Viking Stadium Bryan Garland 101 vs Tyler John Tyler 1 Saturday Texas Stadium Temple 65 vs Cypress Falls Friday Kyle Reid Texas ASM Region III Area Houston Madison 101 vs Mayde Creek 6 Friday Astrodome Beaumont WestBrook 92 vs Pasadena Dobie 8 Saturday Astrodome Houston Westbury 56 vs Alief Hastings 6 Thursday Astrodome Baytown Lee 101 vs Brazoswood Thursday Astrodome Region IV Ana SA MacArttfcr 92 vs San Antonio Brackenridge Saturday 2 Alamo Stadium San Antonio Victoria 100 vs Brownsville Rivera Saturday Alamo Stadium San Antonio New Brauntels 101 vs SA East Central Friday New Sraunfela Laredo Nixon 110 vs Hartingen Friday 8 Harfingen CLASS 4A Division I Region I Regional Canyon Randall 83 vs Big Spring Friday Jones Stadium Lubbock Brownwood 92 vs Sherman 1 Saturday Maverick Stadium Arlington Region II Regional Grapevine 83 vs Mesqurte Poteet Friday Texas Stadium Corsteana 92 vs Texas High 2 Saturday Mesqurte Memorial Region IN Regional Jacksonville 110 vs Nederiand 7 Saturday Huntsville Bowers Clear Brook 101 vs Texas Cfty 2 Saturday Sugar Land Mercer Region IV Regional Waco Midway 101 vs Hays Consolidated Saturday 8 Floyd Casey Stadium Waco Schertz Clemens 110 vs Los Fresnos 8 Friday Robstown CLASS 4A Division II Region I Dumas 100 vs Andrews 2 Saturday Lowrey Field Lubbock Stephenvflte 83 vs Denteon 1 Saturday Amon Carter Stadium Fort Worth Borger 73 vs Sweetwater Friday Lowrey FteW Lubbock Graham vs Sprlngtown 10 7 Saturday Memorial Stadium Wichita FaHs Region II Ana Highland Park 101 vs Greenville Friday Mesqutte Memorial Waxahachte 101 vs Mount Pleasant Friday Garland Williams Stadium Southlake Carroll 74 vs Terrell 8 Saturday Bedford Penrtngton Reid Ennis 92 vs Kilgore 2 Saturday Palestine Region Ml Area Whrtehouse 92 vs LCMauricoville Saturday 6 Nacogdoches Homer Bryce Stadium Houston Forest Brook 83 vs Sweeny 8 Friday Sugar Land Mercer Brownsboro 83 vs West OrangeStark 1 Saturday Huntsville Bowers Friendswcod 101 vs La Marque 8 Friday Tulry Stadium Houston Region IV Area Austin Reagan 60 vs Smlthson Valley Friday Smlthson Valley Alamo Heights 92 vs CC Calallen Friday Calallen Austin Lanier 92 vs Bastrop Friday Nelson Field Austin Pleasanton 92 vs EdcouchElsa Friday 8 Corpus Christi TulosoMidway Basketball Wednesdays College Basketball Major Scores By The Associated Press EAST Boston College 71 Florida Atlantic 53 Dartmouth 59 Army 44 George Washington 74 American U 47 Hartford 79 Holy Cross 77 OT Harvard 72 New Hampshire 54 Lafayette 60 Columbia 55 SOUTH Coll at Charleston 91 Charleston Southern 64 Georgia St 73 Loyola III 58 Mississippi 88 Louisiana Tech 56 North Carolina 84 Richmond 65 SE Louisiana 85 Centenary 74 Tennessee 75 69 Tufane 67 Nicholls St 66 Virginia 59 William Mary 45 MIDWEST Evansville 69 51 Michigan 77 Cleveland St 59 Murray St 76 Dayton 69 Nebraska 86 57 Ohio St 73 Kent 67 Xavier 95 Toledo 76 SOUTHWEST StepKen 72 N Arizona 70 FAR WEST New Mexico 80 New Mexico St 79 TOURNAMENTS Preseason NIT First Round Cincinnati 76 Detroit 66 Kansas 75 W Kentucky 62 Second Round Connecticut 80 Rhode Island 67 EXHIBITION USDBL AdStars 91 La Salle 84 World Basketball Opportun 83 Iowa St 78 NBA Glance All Times CST By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB Miami 7 3 700 New Jersey 6 3 667 Orlando 7 4 636 New York 6 4 600 1 Boston 5 6 455 Washington 4 7 364 Philadelphia 36 333 Central DMsten Atlanta 11 o Charlotte 6 3 667 4 Chicago 6 4 600 Milwaukee 6 4 600 Indiana 4 5 444 6 Cleveland 4 6 400 Detroit 47 364 7 Toronto 1 g 100 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB San Antonio 7 3 700 Minnesota 6 3 667 Utah 5 5 500 2 Vancouver 5 6 455 Houston 4 5 444 Dallas 3 7 300 4 Denver o 9 000 Pacific Division LA Lakers 9 0 Phoenix 6 2 750 Portland 7 3 700 Seattle 73 700 Sacramento 3 7 300 LA Clippers 1 10 091 9 Golden State 0 9 000 9 Tuesdays Games Boston 122 Toronto 109 Orlando 112 LA Clippers 94 Atlanta 98 Washington 89 OT Houston 95 New York 84 Milwaukee 87 Detroit 79 Vancouver 100 Denver 87 LA Lakers 97 Utah 92 Minnesota 108 Phoenix 90 Sacramento 102 Dallas 95 Wednesdays Games Late Games Not Included Miami 122 LA Clippers 113 New Jersey 108 Boston 100 Charlotte 106 Portland 92 Philadelphia 97 Washington 86 San Antonio 108 Golden State 87 Orlando 96 Cleveland 93 OT Vancouver at Seattle n Minnesota at Lakers n Thursdays Games New York at Atlanta Portland at Detroit Indiana at Milwaukee Golden State at Dallas Toronto at Chicago at Phoenix 8 Utah at Sacramento Fridays Games New York at Washington Miami at Charlotte New Jersey at Boston 7 Cleveland at Minnesota 7 San Antonio at Seattle 9 Denver at Vancouver 9 Chicago at Clippers Jordan expected to play Friday Bobcats From Page 1B on used to think if it came down to it 1 could do it But Im just getting tired of watching football instead of playing Two players Jordan has been watching are sophomores Matt Woodchick and Ian Flores who were called up from the junior varsity to replace him at safety and placekick er SVHS coach Larry Hill said both Woodchick and Flores had done great work in Jordans absence We knew they were players all along but there was a little bit of a gray area as to whether we should bring them up or keep them he said but when you look at whats best for the team ancj the program thats what we felt like we needed to do Taylors injury changed that a lit tle bit Were glad to have them up but we hope to have Taylor Jordan said while its likely his kicking job is gone hes anxious to return to the secondary I doubt Ill ever kick he said has done a great job If it came down to one thing Id take the secondary Ive been playing it since JV and I like it a whole Hill said the rest of the Rangers rallies around Jordan well As much as he means to our team Im just getting tired of watching football instead of playing Taylor Jordan SVHS senior in ability and leadership from a morale standpoint they were deter mined to keep winning to give him the chance to come he said There are some things you cant overcome but I think the mind has a lot to do with it Jordan just willed it done and sometimes I think you can do Cogdell no stranger to injuries From Page 1B ers He put in a tremendous amount of work to rehabilitate his injury and 1 think perhaps that might have helped him rebound so With proper therapy and a brace Cogdell was able to make a three week recovery even though surgery still awaits once the season is over They said it really wasnt uncom mon for people to come back and play without an Cogdell said At first I was like not and I thought my season was over I dont really think about it on the field 1 just And thats exactly what Cogdell did in the Unicorns 2721 bidistrict victory against the Rattlers Although he didnt start Cogdell had one tack le in the game I didnt feel very much he said I was blocking a guy on a punt return on the last play of the game and that was the only time it gave me a The brace which was given to Cogdell by Unicom trainer Dean Laird doesnt limit his movement very much Im really happy with he said I didnt think when I came back Id be able to move around as much as I Cogdell isnt the only Unicorn starter to feel the pain of injuries this season Senior linebacker Brian Lee recently made a comeback but tight end Charlie Adams will miss the remainder of the season with torn knee ligaments He had one like I did last year where theres really no way of com ing back and Cogdell said of Adams Hes big in track with the javelin so thats what hes really try ing to come back for Theres no doubt in my mind that hell play Nor is there any question that Cogdell is a happy football player after being given one more chance Were having a great he said Especially the guy wearing No 2 From Page 1B earned run average and 108 strikeouts He also had a stringof 33 straight scoreless innings late in the season Gary Delgado a baseman from Corpus Christi Carroll High School also signed with the Bobcats The influence of our success including the NCAA tournament appearance had a major impact on our recruiting Bushong said SWT to honor former letter winners this weekend SAN MARCOS Southwest Texas will honor its former letter winners during this weekends T Association festivities including the seasons final football game on Saturday The annual TAssociation Banquet is scheduled for Friday evening at San Marcos Quail Creek Country Club Prior to the football game let ter winner awards will be presented to current studentathletes at the T Association luncheon at the Bobcat tent at 11 in the south end zone There will be 168 firstyear letter jackets presented during the cere monies along with 67 personalized crystal paperweights for secondyear awards Thirdyear letter winners a total of 31 will receive personalized pen sets In addition four former Bobcats will be inducted into the SWT Hall of Honor this weekend They are Modesto Garcia Mike Miller Jim Steinke and Joseph Sutton in ifie discharge and around the dam catlish are good on rugnl crawlers and prepared bait tished in the discharge SOMERVILLE Water rnurky low 58 degrees black bass are fair on live shiners and on RatLTraps Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs fished over bush and around boat nouses Catfish are slow to fair on rod and reels baited witn minnows and cut bait TRAVIS Water dear tow 55 degrees black bass to 3 pounds are slow on live craw fish shiners and on smalt chartreuse spinners slow rolled Stuped and white bass are slow to lair on live bait crappie are slow on minnows and jigs fished around boat houses Catfish are fair on rod and reels baited with shrimp and cheese bait WHITNEY Water clear 54 degrees black bass and small mouth are fair on diving crank baits and JigNPigs Striped bass to 9 pounds are fair on live percn bass to 2 pounds are good on Road Runners Crappie are slow Catfish to 6 pounds are slow to fair on pre pared bait shrimp and worms COASTAL NORTH SABINE are good on rriul Iwt fisheo in Sirjine River and in the Neclies River near Gray s Bayou Trout are good on shrimp taiii and live mullet fished under a pop pino ujik ana on Shnrnptails and spoons under the birds Flounder are fair to good on shad minnows and a glow char treuse pgs fished around points SOUTH SABINE Redfish are fair to good on mullet and RatLTraps fished over the reefs and on live shrimp silver and gold spoons fished at the jetties Trout are good on Shnrnptails and RatLTraps fished over the reefs and under the birds on the main lake Flounder are fair on live mud minnows finger mullet and jigs fished on the Louisiana shore line and at the causeway Offshore fishing has been good for snapper when the weafiier is permissible BOLIVAR PENINSULA Redfish are fair on cut bait and live shrimp fished from the piers Trout are slow Flounder are fair on mud min nows fished at Rollover Pass TRINITY BAY Redfish are fair to good on live shad and finger mullet fished on the points and on Cocahoe Minnows under birds Trout are fair on cocanoe minnows and Mirrolures fished under the birds and in the channels EAST GALVESTON BAY Redfish are fair on Mirrolures and soft plastic shrimp and shad fished near the Intracoastal Canal and the islands Trout are good on live shrimp and shrimp tails fished over the reef and under the birds WEST GALVESTON BAY Redfish are good on live finger mullet and Srvimptails fished around San Luis Pass Trout are fair on shrimptails Kelly Wigglers and on Sassy Shad fished in San Luis Pass and under the birds on the bay GALVESTON SURF Redfish are fair on mullet and shrimp fished from the piers Trout are slow Sheepshead are fair to good on shrimp and crab TEXAS CITY Redfish are fair on shrimp and mullet Trout are slow Sheepshead and Wack drum are fair to good on shrimp fished around the rocks FHEEPOHT Redfish are fair to good on Shrimptails and cut bait fished in the pass Trout are fair on spoons chartreuse colored shrimp tails and on Mirrolures PORT OCONNOR Redfish ara fair to good on live ban Cocahoe Minnows and RatL Traps fished in Coon Island Bay Trout are fair on Mirrolures and on DOA shrimp Offshore fishing has been slow due to weather condi tions EAST MATAGORDA Redfish are fair to good on shad Cocahoe Minnows and on shrimp fished in Caney Creek Trout are good on live bail and on Mirrolures fished under the birds on the main lake Flounder are fair to good on shrimp tails and Rounder Pounders MATAGORDA Redftsh are good on live mud minnows finger mullet and on tout tails Trout are fair to good on Uve shrimp and Shrimptails fished around the Oyster Farm Offshore fishing has been good tor snapper when the weather Is permissible MATAGORDA SURF Redfish are good on cut bait and shrimp fished along the south shoreline Trout are slow Flounder are fair on live mud minnows fished on incoming tides ROCKPORT Redfish are good on mullet and Shrimptails fished in the surf and a few fish have been mixed with trout under the birds Trout are fair on Kelly Wigglers Slimy Slugs and on shrimp tails fished under trie birds when the wind dies down Offshore fishing has been good for red snapper when the weather is permissible PALACIOS Redfish are good on mullet shrimp and RatLTraps fished at the jetties and in the mouth of the Tres Palatios River Trout are good on Shrimptails Mirrolures and on silver Spots fished under the birds and at the Baptist Encampment Flounder are good on Flounder Pounders and live mud minnows and shad fished along the shoreline of the river and on major points PORT ARANSAS Redfish are fair on dead shrimp RatLTraps and on white with red Cocahoe Minnows fished along major points Trout are fair to good on live bait and on RnShad fished under birds Offshore fishing has been good for snapper when the weather is permissible BAFFIN BAY Redfish are fair to good on live bait and on an B Diablo and twister tatfs Trout are fair to good on live bait chartreuse colored beetles and shrimp tails fished under the birds Rounder are fair on live finger mullet and jigs tipped with shrimp fished on points CORPUS CHRISTI Redfish are fair to good on live bait and on RatLTraps fished at the rock jetties in the bay and at the Boat Hole Trout are fair to good on Cocahoe Minnows and on small silver spoons fished under the birds and in the Land Cut Sheepshead are good on fresh peeled shrimp fished around pil ings PORT MANSFIELD Redfish are good on live shrimp and finger mullet fished under a popping cork and on root beer colored shrimp tails Trout are fair to good on live bait straw berry Shrimptails RatLTraps and on Cocahoe Minnows Rounder are fair on live mud minnows fished in the channel Offshore fishing has been slow SOUTH PADRE Redfish are fair to good on cut bait finger mullet and on gold spoons with red trailers Trout are fairto good on live shrimp Mirrolures RatLTraps Whiting are good on shrimp and cut bait PORT ISABEL Redfish are good on live shrimp fished under a popping cork and gold spoons fished at the jetties Trout are fair to good on live shrimp shrimptails and on RatL Traps Black drum and Sheepshead are good on dead shrimp offshore fishing has been stow   

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