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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B HBRALDZeiTUNG November 2001 SPORTS Too Sports Shorts New Braunfels girls gotf Christine Kovalcik led the New Braunfels charge on Monday in the San Marcos Invitational golf tournament played at Quail Creek Country Club in San Kovalcik shot a teambest Stephanie Schaeffer totaled an Leslie Poeck turned in a 121 and Meagan Salinas had a Houston Astros HOUSTON AP The Houston Astros have hired former major league manager Gene Lamont to be their third base coach under new manager Jimy the club said who managed the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1997 to 2000 and the Chicago White Sox from 1992 to manned the third base coaching box for the Boston Red Sox under Williams last deposed as Bostons manager in was hired by the Astros last General manager Gerry Hunsicker said the Astros expected to continue filling out their coaching staff this New Braunfels junior varsity footbal The New Braunfels Junior Varsity team beat the Kerrville Tivy Antlers this past week Justin Aguilar scored both touchdowns for the Matt Matt Clay Albert Deke Brooks Daniel Zamarippa and Johnathan Gomez anchored the offense in the The Unicorns next play at 7 Thursday at Unicorn NB middle school footbal The Canyon Middle School eighth grade boys A team defeated New Braunfels Middle School 137 this past Kirk Michalec scored on a 3yard run to put the Jaguars up 60 after the twopoint conver sion Matt Conklins 1yard touchdown run and Michalecs point after attempt gave Canyon a 130 New Braunfels Johnny Hernandez found the end zone on a 2yard run and Jacob Gallegos extra point cut the lead to Canyons Greg Garza had a 38yard fumble return in the Other defensive stand outs for Canyon were Darren Eric Ralph and Bradley r ni New Braunfels Jeremy Erben and Hernandez each had The Canyon B team defeated New Braunfels The only score in the game came on a 50 yard fumble return for a touchdown by Jed Bees with 13 seconds left in the Canyons Shane OBrien had an intercep tion in the game and Jeremy WiLUngham blocked a The Canyon C team defeated New Braunfels Kyle Powell scored the first touchdown on an 80yard Austin Quinn scored on the twopoint conversion to put the Jaguars up 6 Josh Byrds 75yard touchdown catch from quarterback Michael Bradley gave Canyon a 140 lead after the twopoint conversion OHaeg Kwan had an interception for the Dalas Cowboys DENTON AP A felony drug charge against former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin was dismissed Monday because prosecutors said an officer conducted a search without a A judge honored a state request dismissing the felony charge of possessing less than a gram of Irvin was indicted in 10 months after he and a woman were arrested at a Dallas apartment where law officers said they found marijuana and ecstasy He has insisted that the drugs were not that he was in the wrong place at the wrong Game lime KhilY Pro Basketball Orlando Magic at San Antonio 7 on Bowling PWBA Johnny Petraglia on Boxing Zab Judah Kostya 10 on SHOW2 College Football Texas at Texas noon on Western Michigan at 7 and 2 on Golf PGA Southern Farm Bureau third 10 on Pro Hockey San Jose Sharks at Louis and 3 on Outdoors Timber Series from Branson on Comal County Leader SB CHRIS Smithson Valley running back Clint who leads Comal County in rushing rushing touch downs and points carries the ball against Kerrville Tivy earlier this season at Ranger Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 From 1B play on all but three of the while countless bunkers are scattered throughout the The Unicorns rounded the turn with a team total of 10 well ahead of the com Hayden recorded the low score of the day at He was one of only five players able to stay below 80 on His 156 total placed him in sole possession of McDonald turned in a 5 over finishing as one of four players to complete both days with rounds in the 70s Britton shot to tie for and was fol lowed by Williams 8581 166 and Ray Kovalcik totaled to round out the Unicorn The team total of 317314 631 gave the Unicorns a 15 stroke for first Corpus Christi Carroll fin ished second while San Antonios Holy Cross shot 316334650 for McDonalds 151 placed followed by Ray teammates Oscar Pate at 153 and Gregory Catlett with The Unicorn boys will next play Friday and Saturday at the Judson ISO Olympia Hills Comal County football COMAL COUNTY FOOTBALL STATISTICAL LEADERS Through nine games PASSING Completion Percentage passes Laran Valley 731 26 Craig New Braunfels Eric Canyon Yards Smithson Valley Touchdowns Laron Smithson Valley Craig New Braunfels RECEIVING Receptions Mike Smithson Valley Frankle New Braunfels Cody Smithson Valley Tommy New Braunfels Justin Canyon Clint Smithson Valley Ryan New Braunfels Matt Canyon Jim New Braunfels Juan Smithson Valley Justin Canyon Josh Smithson Valley Phillip Canyon Reagan Smithson Valley Aaron Canyon Jason Canyon Burton New Braunfels James Canyon Ryan Smithson Valley Josh Smilhson Valley Clinton New Braunfels Jeff New Braunfels Tanner Canyon Josh Smithson Valley Mario New Braunfels Dustln Smithson Valley Derek Canyon Jimmy New Braunfels Jomathan Canyon Gordon Canyon 10 8 44 23 1 3 10 8 6 5 5 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Chas New Braunfels 1 Yards Mike Smithson Valley 666 Frankie New Braunfels 262 Cody Smithson Valley 237 Ryan New Braunfels 185 Clint Smithson Valley 107 Jim New Braunfels 84 Tommy New Braunfels 83 Justin Canyon 73 Matt Canyon 70 Josh GregorySmithson valley Ryan Smithson Valley 50 Aaron Canyon 48 Juan Smithson Valley 37 Chas New Braunfels 35 Reagan Smithson Valley 28 Jeff New Braunfels 24 Josh Smithson Valley 16 Jonathan Canyon 15 Burton New Braunfels 15 James Canyon 14 Josh Smithson Valley 12 Justin Canyon 12 Jimmy New Braunfels 11 Derek Canyon 10 Gordon Canyon 9 Dustin Smithson Valley 9 Tanner Canyon 9 Jason Canyon 8 Mario New Braunfels 8 Clinton New Braunfels 6 Phillip Canyon 5 Touchdowns Mike Smithson Valley 5 Cody Smithson Valley 3 Tommy New Braunfels 2 Ryan New Braunfels 2 Frankie New Braunfels 2 Jim New Braunfels 2 Josh Smithson Valley 1 Ryan Smithson Valley 1 RUSHING Attempts Jim New Braunfels 162 Clint Smithson Valley 152 Jason Canyon 137 Craig New Braunfels 96 Mark Smithson Valley 96 James Canyon 75 Eric Canyon 55 Laron Smithson Valley 53 Tommy New Braunfels 52 Goron Canyon 32 Andy New Braunfels 22 Billy Smithson Valley 20 Scott Smithson Valley 13 Canyon 10 Phillip Canyon 6 Justin Canyon 5 Burton New Braunfels 3 Jarrid Canyon 2 Justin Canyon 1 Yards Clint Smithson Valley Jim New Braunfels 897 Craig New Braunfels 800 Mark Smithson Valley 619 Jason Canyon 544 Tommy New Braunfels 286 Laron Smithson Valley 275 James Canyon 195 Eric Canyon 152 Andy New Braunfels 139 Goron Canyon 120 Frankie New Braunfels 69 Phillip Canyon 66 Steven Canyon 60 Burton New Braunfels 42 Billy Smithson Valley 40 Scott Smithson Valley 30 Justin Canyon 18 Justin Canyon 3 Jarrid Canyon 2 Touchdowns Clint Smithson Valley 17 Jim New Braunfels 10 Mark Smithson Valley 9 Craig New Braunfels 9 Laron Smithson Valley 8 Tommy New Braunfels 2 Eric Canyon 2 Phillip Canyon 1 Burton New Braunfels Andt New Braunfels Gordon Canyon POINTS Clint Smithson Valley Jim New Braunfels 72 Mark Smithson Valley 54 Craig New Braunfels 54 Reagan Smithson Valley 51 Laron Smithson Valley 48 Clinton New Braunfels 47 Mike Smithson Valley 34 Tommy New Braunfels 24 Jason Canyon 18 Cody Smithson Valley 18 Eric Canyon 12 Ryan New Braunfels 12 Frankie New Braunfels 12 Bryan Canyon 11 DEFENSE Interceptions j Andrew Smithson Valley 4 Adam New Braunfels 4 Peter New Braunfels 2 Stephen Canyon i Reagan Smithson Valley 1 Dustin Smithson Valley 1 Garrett Smithson Valley 1 David New Braunfels 1 Tackles Jeff New Braunfels 89 Colten Smithson Valley 86 Ross New Braunfels 82 Dustin Smithson Valley 79 Stephen Canyon 76 Reagan Smithson Valley 76 Andrew New Braunfels 75 David New Braunfels 75 Adam New Braunfels 65 Charlie Canyon 63 Kyle Canyon 61 Chris Smithson Valley 59 Matt Canyon 59 Justin Smithson Valley 55 Garrett Smithson Valley 50 Matt Smithson Valley 47 Philip Smithson Valley 47 Scoreboard Cofcge basketball MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL PRESEASON AP TOP 25 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press mens preseason college basketball with firstplace votes In 200001 total points based on 25 points for a firstplace vote through one point lor vote and last seasons final ranking Record Duke 61 354 Maryland 6 2511 Illinois 2 269 Kentucky 3 2410 UCLA 239 Florida 247 Kansas 276 Missouri 2013 Iowa 2312 Saint Josephs 267 Virginia 209 1B Memphis 2115 848 Butler South Carolina Florida 62 14 Stanford 313 827 South Florida Johns UAB Washington 81 16 TBALI 25 td Georgetown 258 726 21 Michigan 285 724 3 Temple 2413 643 College Michigan 62 922 6 Maryland 81 892 15 South Carolina 72 748 17 ill Boston College 275 632 FOOTBALL AP TOP Illinois 71 739 21 Oklahoma 2010 561 Top Twenty Five teams in The Stanford 52 731 10 oints North Carolina 267 418 college lootball with firstplace UCLA 62 693 9 Southern Cal 2310 411 records through Syracuse 72 588 19 Syracuse 259 301 based on 25 points for a first place Georgia 52 556 18 Indiana 2113 277 one point for a 25th place vote and Georgia Tech 62 501 23 Texas 259 273 Colorado 72 389 25 Alabama 2511 230 Rs Michigan 52 287 1 Oklahoma 267 204 55 70 Virginia Tech 62 221 12 1 Nebraska 17 100 Auburn 62 125 receiving votes Cincinnati Oklahoma 81 Louisville 81 121 1 Connecticut Fresno Florida 71 1 1 Arizona Tennessee Wake Forest 41 Utah 31 Notre Dame 81 5 Tennessee 61 receiving votes Purdue Texas North Carolina Marshall Arkansas 1 ID 1 Xavler Kentucky Wyoming Oregon 81 College Mississippi Fresno Auburn Tulsa Saint Louis Washington 71 LSU Texas Tech Toledo Clemson California Kent LSU BYU 90 Hawaii just five is expected back from hamstring surgery in early We want to get an evaluation of where we are at Campo If we come out of this year not knowing what we weve made a The Cowboys signed Leaf after Carter tore his left hamstring at Oakland on Leaf had failed a physical because of a wrist injury when Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tried to sign him before the season but there have been no indications that is still a I feel like I can go in and Leaf said Monday before he knew he would I felt like I got a good grasp of the offense rel atively well in my short Ill continue to do Leaf took over with left in regulation against the Giants and the game was tied at and was 4of8 passing for 85 The Cowboys had blown a 247 halftime With Dallas pinned at its own Leaf fum bled his first snap before he completed a 38yard pass to Raghib Ismail and then moved the Cowboys into Giants But just like his first OT the Cowboys had to punt from midfield after a sack and a He looked like a guy that had been sitting just waiting for his said tight end Jackie he was into the game enough to where he came in and we started making plays and moving the named the starter during train ing camp when Tony Banks was suddenly played all the way in a seasonopening 106 loss to Tampa He then missed two games after injuring his thumb in practice and tore his hamstring in the first quarter of his return at i Wright started three the last a win over Washington on 15 when oe aggravated a chronic ligament sprain in has right He had seasonending surge y and Stoerner started the last two If Im not the I know Im one pli y away from getting into the Stoern sr I cant let Sundays second half hinder how Im going to perform and prepare for this
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