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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 SPORTS Saturday December 2001 IB Lady Buffaloes hold off Unicorns NB digs first quarter cant climb out BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor San Antonio Fox Tech jumped out to a commanding 246 lead against New Braunfels in the second round of the Cougarette Classic but the Lady Buffaloes had to hold on for a 4943 New Braunfels committed 18 turnovers in the first half of its second round and trailed 246 less than two minutes into the second We just had way turnovers in the first half that could have been saind New Braunfels head coach Larry whose team commited just six turnovers in the second Jazmin King had 13 points and seven rebounds in the first half as the Lady Buffaloes had a 2917 lead at Fox Tech started to pull away again in the third quarter after Pearl Gomez con verted an easy layup off another New Braunfels I didnt think their pressure would bother us that much and I thought wed be able to press them a little bit Schulte You have to give them I watched them barely lose to Smithson Valley yesterday Thursday and I knew they were a good The Lady Buffaloes led 3725 before New Braunfels Alison Leach added two buckets in the final two minutes of the quarter to make it 3927 in Fox Techs See Cougarette Classic 2001 COUGARETTE CLASSIC Thursdays games Smithson Valley Fox Tech 45 Incarnate Word New Braunfels 60 Edison Reagan 42 Canyon Lanier 29 Leander Smithson Valley 40 Fridays games Lanier Reagan 37 Fox Tech New Braunfels 43 Incarnate Word Leander 37 Canyon Edison 25 Smithson Valley Lanier 22 Todays games Fox Tech vs Smithson 9 Reagan vs New Leander vs noon Canyon Incarnate CHRIS New Braunfels Audrey Fisher goes for the loose ball Friday during the Unicorns 4943 loss to the Fox Tech Lady Buffaloes at the Cougarette CHRIS Marion guard Chris Zurita controls the ball against a Lackland Stacey defender Friday during the Bulldogs 6658 Marion rebounds to beat Lackland BY BRETT BACA Staff Writer MARION Marion played outofshape bas ketball and lost Tuesday night mainly because the players on the team had just come from football season a week in the 14th Annual Marion The Bull dogs 23 looked more com fortable on the court and played heads up basketball to edge Marion controlled the tempo of the game by controlling the inside The Bulldogs held a considerable height advantage over Lackland and they used that advantage to the We had a definate size advantage in this Head coach Ron Glazener We attacked the boards and got good position and did the things that we are sup posed to We limited the other team to one shot and when we do that we are going to have a good shot a winnning the Marion came out sluggish in the first period and turned the ball over five times in the first three With the score 76 Glazener called a timeout to gather his I think a lot of it was that they are a young ball club they start two freshman and they have a lot of talented sophomores on their Glazener I think the natural inclination was for us to think that they are a much younger team and Im not saying that we came out with the mindset that we were playing a JV team but as much as you coach and talk about it all goes out the window when it comes to the See Charles Smith sparks Spurs 8676 victory SAN ANTONIO AP Seldomused Charles Smith made three 3pointers during a critical stretch of the fourth quarter to help the San Anto nio Spurs fend off the deplet ed Philadelphia 76ers 8676 Friday Smith finished with a sea sonhigh 20 points to lead all Tim Duncan added 18 points and nine while David Robinson and Antonio Daniels had2 The 76ers played without guard Allen Iverson and for ward Derrick who together average 44 points a Iverson has a sprained while Coleman was a lastminute scratch due to a hyperextended left playing its third game in four kept pace with San Antonio Next Four SAN ANTONIO SPURS 12 Spurs Toronto 7 on 14 Spurs at Phoenix 8 on 15 Spurs Utah on 18 Spurs at Denver 8 on for most of the tying the score at 63 on a driving layup by Raja Bell with Smith then hit three 25 footers and liad a blocked shot in less than two minutes as the Spurs built a 7465 SV set for semifinals Rangers focused on not win over Roosevelt BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor simple and to the The Smithson Valley Rangers play at 3 today against the Nederland in probably the biggest game of their young Only four Class 4A Division I teams in the state can reach the UIL State Semifinals and Smithson Valleys 130 run this season has land ed them in the Final The Rangers leaped over their biggest hurdle of the season this past week when they defeated San Antonio Roosevelt 35 14 in the Region IV4A Many people believe the Rangers are now the favorite to win state after their win over the Rough who knocked off Smithson Valley 6328 in the region al finals a year in spite of what the people oof the field Smithson Valley head coach Larry Hill has his team focused on the task at hand the Nederland Bulldogs Its not just as big of game as last its a bigger game because theres more at Hill The fans can pick and choose some times what they think is our biggest game of the but we approach them all the We plan on playing our best game Smithson Valley senior running back Clint Haney is coming off one of his best games in his Against the Rough Riders Haney broke loose for 230 yards ran for four touchdowns and caught a Haney said even though the Rangers will be playing in the state semifinals for only the second time in Hills eight year tenure at Smithson they feel calm and focused heading into todays Its really just been a normal said who has rushed for more than yards ypc and 24 touchdowns this Were just trying to work hard and get ready for Nothing has really changed a whole We all understand that if we dont win this one that our hope for a state champi onship is out the And thats really our only goal is to win a state who verbally committed before the sea JESSIE Smithson Valley defensive back Andrew Woodchick breaks up a pass during this past weeks 3514 win against San Antonio Roosevelt in the Region IV4A The Rangers play Nederland at 3 today in the UIL Class 4A State Semifinals at Rice Stadium in HANEY son start ed to play next sea son at stepped in as the starting tailback for the Rangers in Week 2 BYBEE of the 2000 season after former starting tailback Donnie Couser was injured in Week 1 against Killeen Since moving into the starting role as the Rangers pri mary ball Haney and the Rangers are 241 with the one loss com ing against Roosevelt in the playoffs this past The two teams SV and Roosevelt are two veiy different teams from last Haney Our offense gave them some turnovers and short but our defense came out and stopped I think the blocked field goal wus the turning point in the I wasnt nervous at all going into Even the week in the Sun Marcos I didnt get Before the Roosevelt game last year I didnt get I just dont get I knew last week that were going to go out and beat It was just a matter of going out there and get ting it Its the same Rangers WHAT UIL Class 4A State Smithson Valley Rangers 130 vs Nederland Bulldogs WHERE at Rice Stadium in WHEN at 3 RADIO KNBT FM and KGNB 1420 AM air time ONLINE Tickets available at gate this On the other end of the Smithson Valley quarterback Laron Bybee might be coming off his worst game of his Bybee was picked off three times against including one interception that was See
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