New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 7, 1997, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 6A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, December 7, 1997 IEO Unicorns From Page 1A The Brahmas (11-3) found the end zone in the second overtime, just after winning the coin toss and getting the ball at the New Braunfels 25. Tailback Roydrick Runnels scored his second touchdown of the day and Bertoldo made his third extra point, giving MacArthur a 21 -14 lead. But the Unicorns were just getting started. Kingsbury helped tie the game on the ensuing possession with a 5-yard fade pass to fullback Justin Miller, who was nearly untouched into the end zone. Kingsbury said the pass to Miller wasn’t exactly planned, but the offensive line gave him the time to make it work. “It was a busted play,” he said. “I had to scramble around, and he got wide open.” MacArthur coach Van Fuschak said Kingsbury played well on the run throughout the game. “He’s a great quarterback,” Fuschak said. “We had him flushed most of the game, but he still came up with the big plays. He has the ability to find receivers on the run. If you give him long enough, he will find somebody. “We thought we’d have a chance to catch him, but couldn’t get to him.” Tommy Taylor’s extra point tied the game at 21-21, and the third overtime began. New Braunfels took the ball first in the third overtime, and after a quick pass to Joel Tienda for an 11-yard gain. the offense turned to the running game. Simpson got the Unicorns inside the IO with a 7-yard run, and Miller made the end zone even closer with a 2 yard-gain. That set up Simpson’s run, followed by a two-point conversion from Kingsbury to Tienda. MacArthur drove to the 7-yard line on its final possession, but quarterback Mike Perkins threw incomplete on fourth down, ending the marathon game and making the Unicorns the regional champions. “There were no losers today,” NBHS coach Tim Kingsbury said. “MacArthur played a heck of a game. They played hard and close and were good sports. I couldn’t be prouder of the way our kids played.” New Braunfels will face Alief Hast ings in the state semifinals this Saturday at the Astrodome in Houston. The Bears (13-1) defeated Beaumont West Brook 33-22 in the Region III final on Saturday. For the Unicorns, it marked their I fifth consecutive game decided by six points or less and the second time in | four games they had won after trailing at halftime. Tim Kingsbury said the win was just another notch in the team’s belt, but many more could cause cardiac arrest on the sideline. . “It’s never say die,” he said. “They expect good things and they believe. I think I may be about 65 years old. I’ve aged quite a bit this year, but will do it anytime to see games like this one.” The starting time for this week’s ■ u game was yet to be determined at press Alief Hastings will play at either 3 or 8 time Saturday. New Braunfels and p.m. at the Astrodome. Hill Country H 0, Inc. r' I I I FREE 19 Inch Sanyo Color TV W/Purchase Of Water Max I I I I I I I I 90 Days No Interest No Payments Pearl Harbor From Page 1A of the Pacific Fleet. The seaplane tender set out for Pearl Harbor in the summer of 1941. For five months, the ship’s crew patrolled the surrounding areas and tended squadrons there, according to historical accounts of the Curtiss. “We had no idea what was going to happen,” said Brugmann of himself and hundreds of shipmates aboard the Curtiss and the fatal certainty of war. It was a somnolent Sunday morning when the first Japanese planes roared down the west coast and the central valley of Oahu to begin their assault At 7:53 a m . the Japanese flight commander Mitsuo Fuchida rounded Barber’s Point and signaled that the attackers had taken the American Navy by surprise, according to “Amenca A Narrative History .” Politics At 7:55 a m Dec 7, 1941, the Curtiss and its crew went to general quarters under enemy attack. Many ships in the dry dock and channel had already been hit, according to historical accounts. At 8:05 a m., Curtiss crew members commenced firing on the attacking Japanese while lighting off boilers. Crew members tested the ship’s main engine at 8:35 and were ready to get under way. One minute later, a submarine periscope was sighted on the starboard quarter at a range of 700 yards Curtiss crew members opened fire with machine and main guns, according to historical accounts. The submarine broke surface in a damaged condition and was hit by fire from the Curtiss’ machine guns. Then Curtiss crew members opened fire on enemy planes in the vicinity. Crew members hit a Japanese dive bomber as it made a diving pass at the ship’s starboard beam. The aircraft burst into flames, crashed into the ship’s crane and burned completely, putting the ship’s No.3 gun out of action temporarily, according to historical accounts. At 9:12, an enemy plane made a steep diving attack on the ship’s starboard beam and dropped a bomb. The bomb hit in the vicinity of the No. I crane and exploded below decks, setting the hangar, main deck and No. 4 handling room on fire. The attacking plane was hit and crashed about 1,000 yards on the port beam, according to historical accounts. The fire on board forced crew members to abandon ship. Of the eight battleships in Pearl Harbor, three were sunk, one grounded, one cap sized and the others badly battered, but some, including the Curtiss, were repairable. On the evening of Dec. Curtiss crew members counted dead and another 70 were injured. The raid on Pearl Harbor killed more than 2,400 American servicemen and civilians and wounded 1,178 more, according to “America: A Native History.” But Brugmann was a survivor. He said he often thought about fellow crew members, especially one who was his best friend and passed away early this year. “Once you’re aboard ship, you know everyone,” said Brugmann. He said today would be a time for quiet reflection. ^    Offer    Good thru 12-17-07 ^ j . 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Hurry, this Holiday Leal ends 12/19/97625-3408 From Page 2A JI LUSK YU MANN Julius I Naumann, a resident of Seguin, died Dec 5, PW7, in Seguin, al the age of IOT. He was the oldest member ot the American Legion, the oldest person in ihe Seguin fire I )cpartineni anil the oldest siutleni from the Leissner School He is survived bv daughter. Irene Bartels and husband. Barney of New Braunfels, grandchildren, A VV Meyer, Donald Meyer. Hobby Bartels and Rodney Hands, great-grandchildren, Jennifer Hands, Wendy Gale Meyer and Jeremy Bartels, sister. Mrs I ugenc Jandt of Seguin, sisters in law. Nola Naumann of Seguin and I lia Naumann of Seguin, numerous nieces, nephews and friends I Ie wxs preceded in death by parents, Will and Bertha (Schultz) Naumann. Sr. wife, I neda Hielke and children. Pearl VV iley and Julius Naumann. Jr ;

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