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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas 2B December 2001 SPORTS Too To report scores and call 6259144 223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 6063413 Sports Shorts 12 Casey Printers ran for a touchdown and threw a touchdown as TCU Southern Mississippi 1412 on Friday night to earn a bowl The Horned Frogs 4 3 Conference USA closed regular season with two victories to earn a spot against Texas in the in Houston on The Golden Eagles 4 3 will miss the postseason for the first time in five Printers was 15for31 for 274 yards and ran for 28 Six times he convert ed on thirdand5 or four on passes and twice Adrian Madise caught six for 177 yards and a touchdowns for the Horned who beat CUSA champ Louisville two weeks ago to keep their bowl hopes Jeff Kelly was 20for37 for 224 yards and a touch down in his final game for Southern but threw three secondhalf intercep tions in TCU TCU avenged last seasons 2821 loss to Southern Miss in the GMAC Bowl and clinched its fourth straight winning The last time the Horned Frogs had four straight winning cam paigns was in the Game Time MnTY Auto Racing NASCAR West 6 on Mens College Hoops Arkansas 11 on Duke at 1 on Florida at South 1 on North Carolina at 3 on North Carolina State at on Villanova at 7 Ion Womens College Hoops Colorado at 3 and 2 on Pro Basketball Boston Celtics at Chicago on Boxing Michael Covington Hercules 7 on Fight Harold Grey John Michael 8 on Figure Skating Hersheys 1 on World Skaters 2 and 7 on KMOL College Football NCAA ll 1 on Brigham Young at 3 on Heisman Trophy 6 on SEC LSU 7 and on Golf PGA final on Spirit Intemationl Amateur 1 on Team 3 on Horse Racing Louisiana Champions 5 on Outdoors Timber Series from Branson 930 and on Rodeo Bud Light Cup World 6 on PRCA National sec ond 11 on Soccer Womens NCAA Division I 11 on Swimming and Diving Novo Nordisk Sprint 2 on 1B players doing what they have to do come game After the who scored 17 answered the call imme diately for the Bulldogs and drained a threepointer to put the Bulldogs on top 9 Marion went into a pressing defense and began to cause turnovers as they went on a scoring spree to end the first Marions Justin Mueller stole a pass on Lacklands next then drove the length of the court for a Chris Zuri ta came off the bench and lit a fire under his team with a threepointer from the left who scored 16 points and had four was assisted by Meyer on the Bulldogs next possesion and Mari on led 167 with 50 seconds remaining in the first Michael Boening finshed off the run with a turnaournd jump shot in the lane to put Marion up by Zurita kept it going for the Bulldogs in the second period when he hit another threepoint shot to put Marion on top 1B He would hit another threepointer in the period to go 3for3 from behind the arc in the first I was getting my feet set and they were just Zurita teammates were setting good screens for me and I was just feeling After the Marion had another let down to begin the third Lackland outscored Marion 131 to begin the period and Glazener called another timeout to focus his I thought we made a good run right there before the half to get us the and then we came out in the third period and the same thing happened to said But thats all part of the learning We keep talking about eliminating those three or four minutes of bad basketball and playing good bas ketball and thats what we are going to continue to Marion dominated the rest game on both sides of the The Bulldogs would not falter the rest of the CHRIS Canyons Erin Henk shoots a running jump shot during a game at the Cougarette Canyon defeated Lanier and Edison in the first two rounds of the tournament and will play Incarnate Word at today in the championship With left in the New Braun fels Brynna Monk cut the lead to nine when she grabbed an offensive rebound and got the put New Braunfels trailed After a pair of free throws by Fox Techs Ebony the Unicorns went on a 60 fueled by sophomore Erica Wen With left in the the 6foot 1 post scored with an assist from converted a threepoint play after she was fouled on an inbounds pass and then put back an offensive rebound to cut the lead to 4743 with 32 seconds remaining in the I was really proud of the way our girls fought back in the fourth Schulte After all that we almost pulled the game Moments later Wendell and Leach fouled out and the Lady Buffaloes held off the Unicorns from the free throw Leach led the Unicorns with 12 12 rebounds and four steals in the who picked up her third foul two minutes into the second period and her fourth foul with six minutes left in the had six points and six Monk added eight We executed and played with a little more confidence in the fourth Schulte We just got off to such a slow start and never got into the flow of things until it was too Fox Techs freshman post Ashley Zepeda had a gamehigh 20 points and 14 King finished with 19 points and 11 NB plays its final game of the tourna ment against Lanier at Canyon boys step on Flower Bluff 6950 at Hays Tourney Canyon girls advance to championship game of Cougarette Classic FROM STAFF REPORTS The Canyon Cougars closed out their run in the Rebel Classic on a positive note with a victory over the Corpus Christi Flower Bluff Earlier in the Canyon lost its second game of the tournament to the Elgin The Cougars lost their opening round game on Thursday to Round Rock McNeil to fall into the losers The Cougars outscored Flower Buff 204 in the first period and the Hor nets could not make up the Junior Zach Picldeman scored 20 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead Sophomore Jason Gro ham had a doubledouble in the scoring 19 points and tallying 15 while shooting a perfect 9 for9 from the free throw Senior Trace Mallet also contributed to the win with a sixrebound Elgin Canyon 47 Canyon was down by as much as 17 points before the half against but rallied in the second half to cut the lead to with less than a minute to play the Cougars were unable to come away with the Sophomore postman Jason Gro ham scored 24 had seven rebounds and was 6for8 from the free throw line to lead the Junior Zach Picldeman tossed in 14 points and grabbed eight Canyons next game will be at 8 against Lake Travis on Tuesday at San Antonio Madison Smithson Valley 41 SAN ANTONIO In their second round game on Friday against San Antonio the Smithson Valley Rangers lost Ryan Brunger led the Rangers with 12 while Jecon Brown and Jason Yerrington each had eight Smithson Valley dropped its record to 55 on the season and will play Eagle Pass at 9 today at Jefferson High San Antonio Houston Smithson Valley 41 SAN ANTONIO The Smithson Valley boys basektball team opened the SAISD Tournament on Thursday with a 6049 loss to San Antonio Smithson Valley was up by one with remaining in the but the Cherokees caught fire in the closing minutes to overcome the Chase Johnson led the Rangers with 20 points and Jecon Brown added Canyon SA Edison 25 For the second time in the Cougarette Canyon walked over a visiting opponent Friday After a 6029 win Thursday the Cougarettes defeated San Antonio Edison 5825 to earn a trip to the championship where they will face Incarnate Word Tipoff is scheduled for Erika Vargas hit three threepoint ers against Edison to lead the Cougarettes with 13 Stephanie tallied nine points and Crystal Krueger poured in eight Smithson Valley San Antonio Lanier 22 The Smithson Valley girls basketball team advanced to the consolation championship game of the Cougarette Classic with a 5722 win over San Antonio Lanier Friday at Canyon High Hannah Werchen led the Rangers with nine while Morgan Craig and Tiffiani Hargis each added Every who played in the The consolation championship which will feature the Rangers in a rematch with firstround oppo nent San Antonio Fox will be at 9 returned for a Hill is quick to point out that Bybee was under a lot of pressure from the Roosevelt pass rush and still completed several key third down One of those times he Bybeo got the ball fluttered up in the air and they picked it off and ran it He doesnt have much control over Hill He made a couple of bad but if you go back and look at the he made some key third down He just got some pressure on Hes had a good week of practice and we expect that ho will play Bybee was feeling under the weather and did not practice Thursday after but is expected to be 100 percent for todays Through 13 games this Bybee has complet ed 109 of 176 passes 62 percent for yards and 15 He is 242 as the starting quar terback and had thrown just five interceptions all season before this past weeks Bybees team mates will not have a hard up and ready to Weve had a good week of practice and we know what we have to do to get it Pawelek Coming off a big game last were approaching this game the same as we approach any other We just want to go out and play our game and play like we know how Of course we want to elimi nate I think this game is going to come down to The last time Nederland reached the fourth playoff round was in when coach Bowden Cooks Bulldogs lost to Dumas 60 in the 3Astate title That was also Nederlands last trip to a state semifinal football The Bulldogs have won 52 games over the past five start ing with the 1997 cam They have a really good defense and are very bal anced Hill They have a very impres sive turnover Theyre a solid and wellcoached football like you would expect when theres four teams JESSIE Smithson Valleys Zach Conway intercepts a pass in the clos ing seconds of this past weeks 3514 win over Roosevelt at Harlandale Stadium in San time forgetting the three interceptions this past Hes ready to said senior wide receiver Michael who leads the team with 65 catches this season for 923 yards ypc and seven TD He knows he had an off week last but I think hes ready to show everyone this week that hes by far the best quarterback in the Our whole team feels that way and he knows were all behind him and ready to pick him Bybee will have to turn his game because the Bulldogs live and breathe on The who defeated pre viously unbeaten Friendswood this past week intercepted 21 passes this season and have a turnover margin of Everyone is really fired GRAND OPENING DECEMBER 10TH16TH Green Fee Cart DRAWINGS FOR ANNUAL GOLF ROUNDS OF MERCHANDISE AND MUCH MORE The Hill Countrys Finest Golf and Dining Destination For reservations call today SOU River Spring Brunch 3 milvi north of 46 on 281
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