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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B October 2001 SPORTS Too Contact Sports Editor Hryan Adams at 6259144 Sports Shorts NBHS junior varsity footbal The Now junior varsity football team started district play with a win against the Battlin1 Billies this past Justin Aguilar the lone touchdown and Nick Roeder was good on the extra point Defensive standouts for the game were Lucas Tyler Nick Gomez and Jory The defense played well the entire game and made several key stops that kept the Billies out of Unicorn SVHS junior varsity football The Smithson Valley junior varsity Blue team defeated the Boerne Greyhounds 357 this past The Rangers were led by quarterback Alan who completed 11 of 16 passes for 150 yards and two James Traber rushed for 69 yards and one touchdown on 10 Hill had completions to seven different receivers in the including Jamie Rowdy Jay Warnke two touch Kevin Shakotah Hank Schoggin and David The defense was led by Kirk Dawson and Zach Warnke had an interception and returned it 40 yards to set up a The SV White team defeated Marion Andrew Pruske and Lance Bybee led the scor ing The Rangers first touchdown came after Daniel Velasquez created a and Kevin Stone recovered The Rangers scored on a Bybee pass to Derek Spandu ran in the twopoint SV scored again on Bybees 50yard quar terback Pruske also had an intercep tion return of 40 yards for a CMS volleyball The Canyon Middle School eighth grade volleyball teams defeated the Corbett Lady Mustangs this past week to remain undefeat ed this The Red team defeated Corbett Taylor Jones led the Lady Jags with 15 points all in the first Nikki Kruse and Danielle Mittlestadt scored five points The White team outlasted the Lady 1 Mustangs Taylor Rogers led 1 the scoring with 10 McKell Bianca Avalos and Chelsea Riley had five points Both teams improved their records to 90 this Peter and Paul CYO basketball Registration for the Peter and Paul CYO 2001 basketball season is available at Vivrouxs Sporting Goods through Players also can register from 6 to 24 at Peter and Paul Girls and boys ages 417 are eligible to For caU Big 12 Conference football DALLAS AP Reliant Park in Houston will play host to the Big 12 football champi onship in December 2002 and the game will return to Kansas Citys Arrowhead Stadium the following In making the announcement Big 12 commissioner Kevin Weiberg called the stadiums two of the finest football playing and viewing facilities in the Reliant Park will be the new home of the NFLs expansion Houston who begin playing next The game will be 7 at the On the game will be at Arrowhead That facility also played host to the 2000 game and attracted a Big 12 record crowd of Game lime KhilV Auto Racing American Le Mans 1 on CORR OffRoad Round 1 on Pro Baseball National League Championship Game Atlanta Braves at Arizona on Bowling PBA Great Lakes 7 on Boxing Brian Nielsen Mike 10 on College Football Southern Mississippi at 7 and 3 on Golf Gila River final 10 on Martial Arts ISKA World Breaking creative 4 on Soccer UEFA Champions League Real Madrid at RSC on Comal County leader JESSIE After rushing for 94 yards on 20 carries against Fredericksburg New Braunfels running back Jim Sells leads Comal Country in rushing attempts 114 and yards 607 through six games this Smithson Valleys Clint Haney is hot on his trail with 77 carries and 595 Comal County football Carter leans on new Doug Williams for advice BY JOEL ANDERSON Associated Press Writer IRVING Quincy Carter needs all the friends he can The Dallas Cowboys rookie quar terback has thrown hes fumbled snaps and hes torn his left Hes even had respect future HallofFame teammates question whether he should even be So when times get rough for Carter which has been often this season he knows he can lean on his new friend and longtime former Super Bowl MVP Doug Doug went through it all good and Carter Its good to talk to someone who understands the game and things about Williams got the idea to call Carter during the preseason as his tight end Johnny was in a battle to make the Reaching out to young quarter backs is something the first black quarterback to win a Super has done for years since retir ing from the NFL in Scoreboard Migh school footbal TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLLS Here is The Associated Press high school poll with llrst place votes In parentheses a points based on through games ot 12 Class 5A Team Rec North Shore 186 Copperas Cove 4 60 Lulkln 2 51 Mesquito 60 Austin Wostlake 51 Aldino Eisenhower 51 Bryan 60 Lowisvillo 51 60 10 The Woodlands 51 48 1 Abilene Cooper 60 31 x When I was growing I remem ber a lot of black quarterbacks com ing back to talk to Huggins Guys like Randall Cunning ham would always come by the Williams had to endure his share of headaches as the first quarterback from a predominantly black college to be picked in the first the NFL r Like Williams spent much of his early NFL years trying to prove doubters He finally put the stamp on his career with an MVP performance in the 1988 Super leading Washington to a dominating 4210 win over the Denver Ive been done said now the head coach at Quincys got to learn on the Hopefully while hes learning hell get mentally who turned 24 on said he was floored by Williams ini tial As a high school quarter back in Carter changed his jersey number to 17 in honor of COMAL COUNTY FOOTBALL STATISTICAL LEADERS Through five games PASSING Completion Percentage passes Laron Smtthson Valley 47B4 Craig New Braunfels 3366 Eric Canyon 1975 Yards Laron Smithson Valley 774 Craig New Braunlels 538 Eric Canyon 181 Touchdowns Laron Smithson Valley 6 Craig New Brauntels 6 RECEIVING Receptions Mike Smithson Valley 27 Frankie New Braunfels 14 Cody Smithson Valley 10 Tommy New Braunfels 7 Ryan New Braunfels 5 Jim New Braunfels 4 Justin Canyon 3 Clint Smithson Valley 3 Juan Smithson Valley 3 Justin Canyon 3 Matt Canyon 3 Josh Smithson Valley 2 Phillip Canyon 2 Reagan Smithson Valley 2 Aaron Canyon 2 Jason Canyon 2 Tanner Canyon 1 Josh Smithson Valley 1 Clinton New Braunfels 1 James Canyon 1 Mario New Braunfels 1 Dustin Smithson Valley 1 Derek Canyon 1 Ryan Smithson Valley 1 Jimmy New Braunfels 1 Josh Smithson Valley 1 Jeff New Braunfels 1 Jomathan Canyon 1 Gordon Canyon 1 Yards Mike Smithson Valley 406 Cody Smithson Valley 202 Ryan New Braunfels 185 Frankie New Braunfels 182 Jim New Braunfels 67 Matt Canyon 60 Tommy New Braunfels 60 Clint Smithson Valley 54 Aaron Canyon 48 Juan Smithson Valley 37 Josh Smithson Valley 31 Justin Canyon 31 Reagan Smithson Valley 28 Jeff New Braunfels 24 Josh Smithson Valley 16 Ryan Smithson Valley 16 Jonathan Canyon 15 Josh Smithson Valley 12 Justin Canyon 12 Jimmy New Braunfels 11 James Canyon 10 Derek Canyon 10 Gordon Canyon 9 Dustin Smithson Valley 9 Tanner Canyon 9 Jason Canyon 8 Mario New Braunfels 8 Phillip Canyon 5 Clinton New Braunfels 3 Touchdowns Mike Smithson Valley 3 Tommy New Braunfels 2 Ryan New Braunfels 2 Cody Shnithscn Valley 2 Frankie New Braunfels 1 Jim New Braunfels 1 Josh Smithson Valley 1 RUSHING Attempts Jim New Braunfels 114 Jason Canyon 102 Clint Smithson Valley 77 Mark Smithson Valley 67 Craig New Braunfels 59 Eric Canyon 44 Tommy New Braunfels 36 Laron Smithson Valley 30 James Canyon 26 Goran Canyon 23 Billy Smithson Valley 16 Scott Smithson Valley 13 Andy New Braunfels 11 Frankie New Braunfels 7 Phillip Canyon 6 Justin Canyon 5 Burton New Braunfels 1 Yards Jim New Braunfels 607 Clint Smithson Valley 595 Mark Smithson Valley 460 Jason Canyon 426 Craig New Braunfels 357 Tommy New Braunfels 171 Eric Canyon 161 Laran Smithson Valley 134 Goron Canyon 89 Phillip Canyon 66 Frankie New Braunfels 60 James Canyon 57 Andy New Braunfels 47 Billy Smithson Valley 39 Burton New Braunfels 37 Scott Smithson Valley 30 Justin Canyon 18 Touchdowns Clint Smithson Valley 11 Mark Smithson Valley 8 Jim New Braunfels 7 Laron Smithson Valley 5 Craig New Braunfels 3 Tommy New Braunfels 2 Eric Canyon 2 Phillip Canyon 1 Burton New Braunfels 1 Andt New Braunfels 1 Gordon Canyon 1 POINTS Clint Smithson Valley 66 Jim New Braunfels 48 Mark Smithson Valley 48 Laron Smithson Valley 30 Reagan Smithson Valley 29 Clinton New Braunfels 26 Tommy New Braunfels 24 Mike Smithson Valley 22 Jason Canyon 18 Craig New Braunfels 18 Eric Canyon 12 Cody Smithson Valley 12 Ryan New Braunfels 12 Bryan Canyon 7 Josh Smithson Valley 6 Andrew Canyon 6 Phillip Canyon 6 Frankie New Braunfels 6 David New Braunfels 6 Garrett Smithson Valley 6 Andy New Braunfels 6 Burton New Braunfels 6 Gordon Canyon 6 Chris Smithson Valley 1 Chris Smithson Valley 1 DEFENSE Interceptions Andrew Smithson Valley 3 Adam New Braunfels 2 Stephen Canyon 1 Peter New Braunfels 1 Reagan Smithson Valley 1 Tackles Jeff New Braunfels 67 Ross New Braunfels 57 Andrew New Braunfels 55 Colten Smithson 55 David New Braunfels 53 Dustin Smithson Valley 51 Adam New Braunfels 50 Stephen Canyon 48 Kyle Canyon 42 Matt Canyon 41 Reagan Smithson Valley 40 Charlie Canyon 38 Chris Smithson Valley 34 Justin Smithson Valley 34 Andrew Smithson Valley 32 Garrett Smithson Valley 31 Matt Smithson Valley 28 Philip Smithson Valley 28 Jonathan Canyon 27 Eric Smithson Valley 25 Brady New Braunfels 24 Justin Canyon 24 Zach Smithson Valley 23 Jay Smithson Valley 23 Jonahan Canyon 23 Stephen New Braunfels 22 Joseph New Braunfels 20 Derek Canyon 20 Daniel Smithson Valley 20 Peter New Braunfels 18 Chris Smithson Valley 17 Cody New Braunfels 17 Hector New Braunfels 17 Jaime New Braunfels 16 Joe Michael New Braunfels 16 Justin Canyon 14 Andrew Canyon 14 Roger Canyon 13 Steven Canyon 13 Justin New Braunfels 11 Peter New Braunfels 11 Jarrid Canyon 11 Tanner Canyon 11 Lance Smithson Valley 10 Tim Smithson Valley 10 ISealy Altalr Rice Barbers Hill Gatesville Bellville China Spring Kennedale DOLLS Midland Greenwood Ballinger La Feria school poll Lindale Muleshoe Newton Vernon onihocoQ inrt Denver City 1 Fallurrias 1 White Oak 1 Tennessee Maryland Clemson Colorado 60 41 51 832 747 744 22 16 20 Bay 220 Minnesota 230 Detroit 040 West W L T 89 46 111 118 PA UlUlltJbaa ell South Louis 500 Francisco 4 1 0 Orleans 3 1 0 Washington 230 la 1 4 0 Florida f loo Georgia Arizona Louis Giants I I I Francisco Atlanta 31 IU I Pilot ronoiuinn Bay 31 Baltimore 23 NRW Orleans 27 Carolina DROPPED OUT Tyler John Also receiving votes Donna Brownsville Hanna Euless Trinity Abilene San Antonio Churchill Allen Flower Mound Marcus Houston Langham Creek Baytown Lee Humble Klngwood Carrollton Croekviow Converse Judson Longview Class 4A 60 197 1 Denton Ryan 3 60 182 2 Corpus Christi Calallen 60 158 3 Highland Park 60 129 5 Smithson Valley 60 104 7 Bay City 51 100 6 Fort Worth Dunbnr 51 57 10 Stephenville 42 45 4 Texarkana Texas High 51 22 x Kerrville Tlvy 60 16 x DROPPED OUT Also receiving votes Mart DeLeon Poth Hemphill CorriganCamden Henrietta Garrison ComoPlckton Elysian Fields Idalou Post RosobudLott Leon McCarney Class A Stratford 17 60 197 1 60 179 2 60 155 3 Beckville 51 137 4 Celeste 50 121 5 Iraan 60 98 6 Mount Enterprise 60 70 8 Hart 60 48 10 Burkeville 2315 x Rankin 42 12 7 Texas Stanford Mississippi Ohio LSU North Carolina Syracuse Wisconsin Kansas Arizona Iowa Louisville Air Force MFL DROPPED OUT Also receiving votes Brownwood Jacksonville West OrangeStark Brownsville Lopez Corsicana San Antonio Roosevelt Jasper La Marque Soulhlako Carroll Friendswood Fort Worth Boswell Mesquile Poteet Wylie Builesori PharSan Juan Alamo Memorial Waxahachle Medina Valley Class 3A Forney 19 60 199 1 60 168 3 Abilene Wylle 60 161 2 Sweetwater 60 118 5 Sinton 60 115 4 Cameron YOG 60 97 6 Commerce 51 48 8 La Grange 42 44 7 Graham 60 36 9 51 25 10 Also receiving voles Atlanta Lake Worth DROPPED OUT Also receiving votes Nazareth Chico White Doer Bosqueville Chilton Tolar Collinsville Mildred tola Meridian Throckmorton Petrolia Christoval Garden City Shiner Wink football COLLEGE FOOTBALL AP TOP 25 The Top Twenty Five teams In The Associated Press college lootball with lirstplace voles in records through total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point tor a 25th place vote and pre vious ranking Record Rs Pvs 48 50 2 Oklahoma 21 60 3 Nebraska 2 70 4 UCLA 1 50 7 60 5 Virginia Tech 60 6 Florida 51 1 Fresno 60 8 Texas 51 11 Michigan 51 12 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE All Times COT AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Miami 3 2 0 106 111 Jets 3 2 0 114 120 Indianapolis 220 118 117 New England 230 103 102 Buffalo 0 4 0 71 128 Central W L T Pet PF PA Pittsburgh 3 1 0 59 48 Baltimore 320 96 78 Cincinnati 3 2 0 89 85 Cleveland 3 2 0 87 77 Jacksonville 220 63 56 Tennessee 1 3 0 67 98 West W L T Pet PF PA Oakland 4 1 0 131 95 Denver 320 123 97 San Diego 3 2 0 132 87 Seattle 3 2 0 84 107 Kansas City 1 4 0 95 93 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Giants 3 2 0 91 71 Philadelphia 2 2 0 104 62 Arizona 1 3 0 65 112 Dallas 040 66 110 Washington 040 25 135 Central W L T Pet PF PA Green Bay 4 1 0 134 50 Chicago 3 1 0 74 43 Cincinnati Cleveland 14 New England San Diego OT Tennessee Tampa Bay OT Pittsburgh Kansas City 17 Minnesota Detroit 26 Jets Miami 17 Seattle Denver 21 Oakland Indianapolis 18 Open Jacksonville Mondays Game Washington at Dallas Thursdays Game Buffalo at 21 Louis at noon Carolina at noon Chicago at noon New England at noon Tennessee at noon Atlanta at New noon Baltimore at noon Pittsburgh at Tampa noon Denver at San Kansas City at Green Bay at Open San Francisco 22 Philadelphia at 8 Mondays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press National Basketball Association DETROIT G Nate Green and G Ricky INDIANA C Will Cunningham and G Galen National Football League CLEVELAND S Perry Signed DB Brandon National Hockey League PITTSBURGH Ivan Named coach Rick Kehoe
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