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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 ext 223 SPORTS Friday January 10 2003 IB NFL PLAYOFF GLANCE Divisional Playoffs Saturday Jan 11 AFC Pittsburgh at Tennessee CBS NFC Atlanta fltPhiladelphla 7 FOX Sunday Jan 12 NFC San Francisco at Tampa Bay noon FOX AFC KY Jets at Oakland Holmes runs away with AP award AFC Championship and NFC Championship Sunday Jan 19 3 Super Bowl Sunday Jan 26 AFC champion vs NFC champion p m Kansas City RB named AP top offensive player BY BARRY WILNER AP Football Writer Priest Holmes accomplished in 14 games what many players cant in two full seasons His reward The Associated Press NFL Offen sive Player of the Year award The dynamic running back for the Kansas City Chiefs was on pace to shatter several NFL records before a deep hip bruise side lined him for the final two games of 2002 Still Holmes set 10 team records including yards rushing and 21 TDs He also had three scores as a receiver and the 24 TDs were two short of Marshall Faulks league mark Holmes yards from scrimmage fell 142 short of Faulks NFL record And in 383 touches Holmes had only one fumble Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil researched Holmes total yards from scrimmage and said it was the most ever in a 14game span HOLMES After I missed the last two games I was nt even thinking about any honors or awards or Holmes admitted Thursday after receiving 20 votes from a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters I really appreciate this but Im grateful to my offensive line and coaches more than any thing for what they did for Holmes line featuring Pro Bowl selections William Roaf at tackle and Will Shields at guard was intact the entire season Still Holmes skills as a runner and receiv er probably made the linemen look pretty good too See DAVID Canyon senior Juan Sanchez 10 heads the ball during a scrimmage earlier this season at Cqugar Stadium Canyon lost to Fnendswood 21 Thursday iiji the first round of the Governors Cup boys soccer tournament Mustangs edge Coogs 21 at Governors Cup FROM STAFF REPORTS GEORGETOWN The Canyon boys soccer team lost 21 to Friendswood Thursday in the first round of the 2003 Governors Cup The Cougars took an early 10 lead when junior forward Zeb Vicknair assisted junior midfielder Chase Ford on on a goal with 10 minutes remain ing in the first half The Mustangs quickly responded two minutes later with a gametying goal and the teams went into the lock er room at halftime tied 11 Friendswoods goahead goal came with 10 minutes left in the game Many publications and polls have Friendswood ranked No 2 in the state but like I told the kids those real ly dont mean much this early in the Canyon head coach Rob Rush said I thought we played a solid gamff We just came up a little Canyon which was comijng off an 82 win over Austjn Lake Travis on Tues day plays Bastrop at 11 today in the second round of the Governors Cup The Cougars then play Austin at 9 Saturday beforje playing their first home gamp of the season at Tuesday against Victo ria Memorial SV starts fresh Coogs tied for first Unicorns climbing out of hole Boys hoops DISTRICT 275A BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Dist AH SA Highlands 00 168 S A Southwest 00 147 SAHarlandale 00 148 SA East Central 00 128 SA Brackenridge 00 812 Smithson Valley 00 415 Friday Jan 3 SA Highlands 68 SA South San 50 SAHarlandale 65 SA Antonian 36 Saturday Jan 4 Smithson Valley 70 SA Antonian 61 Mondays games Boerne 68 Smithson Valley 62 Tuesdays games SA Brackenridge 54 SA South San 37 SA East Central S3 Victoria Memorial 75 Todays games Smithson Valley at SA Highlands SA Southwest at SA Hartandale SA East Central vs SA Brackenridge DISTRICT 254A BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Dist All DelValle Canyon Lake Travis New Braunfels Dripping Springs Bastrop Lockhart 30 30 22 12 12 164 153 149 165 1112 12 1310 03 118 Friday Jan 3 N Braunfels 56 Del Valle 54 Canyon 50 Pearsall 29 Mondays games Dripping Springs 57 Bastrop 55 OT Tuesdays games Canyon 67 Lake Travis 44 N Braunfels 60 Lockhart 52 Todays games Canyon at Bastrop Dripping Springs at New Braunfels Lockhart at Del Valle DAVID Smithson Valleys Justin Hughes 31 passes around a Boerne defender during a game earlier this season at SVHS The Rangers begin District 275A play against San Antonio Highlands at today at Alamo Convocation Center in San Antonio NB travels to leagueleading Dripping Springs District DISTRICT 254A GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS DlSt All Dripping Springs Del Valle New Braunfels Canyon Lockhart 50 41 41 23 23 Austin Lake Travis 15 Bastrop 05 119 156 146 1210 1014 416 District Z75A DISTRICT 275A GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Dist All SA Southwest SA Brackenridge Smithson Valley SA East Central SA Hartandale SA Highlands 20 20 11 11 02 02 1110 812 811 317 615 218 New Braunfels sophomore guard dribbles past a Fredericksburc game earlier this season at at firstplace Dripping Springs JESSIE defender during a NBh S The Unicorns play light Mondays Dripping Springs 64 Bastrop 22 Tuesdays games New Braunfels 45 Lockhart 33 Canyon 68 Lake Travis 31 Todays games New Braunfels at Dripping Springs Bastrop at Canyon De Valle at Lockhart Tuesdays games SA Brackenridge 41 SA Highlands 30 SA East Central 57 SA Hartandale 47 SA Southwest 56 Smithson Valley 38 Todays games SA Highlands at Smithson Vatey SAHarlandale at SA Southwest SA Braekenridge vs SA East Central Bedenbaugh to replace Briles at Texas Tech LUBBOCK Texas Tech head football coach Mike Leach named former graduate assistant Bill Bedenbaugh running backs coach filling the position vacated by Art Briles who was named head coach at the University of Houston in December Bill is an incredible coach and Leach said He has a complete understand ing of our offense and is more experienced in oia offense than anyone on staff besides Bedenbaugh was a gradu ate assistant at Texas Tech during Leachs first three sea sons and worked primarily with the offensive line His work with the offensive line alongside coach Robert Anae BEDENBAUGH enabled the Tech pass ing game to lead the Big 12 Confer ence for the third straight season and allow the r u n n i n g game to turn in its best performance since 1999 Prior to his appointment at Texas Tech in 2000 Beden baugh was the offeiwive line coach and running game coor dinator at Ferris State in 1999 He coached two allcon ference linemen and was named NCAA Division II Coordinator of the Year
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