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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas PORTS Wednesday January 7A Hornet CHS loses nondistrict y game to S A East CltttiM BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor Canyon came out extremely flat during the first 40 minutes of Tuesdays game at Cougars Stadium not winning 5050 balls not challenging East Centrals defenders or goalkeeper and not showing any kind of aggressiveness The Hornets stung the sluggish Cougars for two goals in the first half and hung on for a 21 victory in nondistrict play They Cougars knew it was a nondistrict ig Cougars 21 9 bttt thteyillio needed to win Hill 1onl to give the Hornets a 20 lead this game They know t was really been giving up a lot of goals lately poiitttd With ttttfway they played so we moved around some people to play CanyonHead floach Bob Rtlsh said The defense I think that kind of helped us second half we fought back and played East Central head coach Lee Ortiz and expect to win a lot of East Centrals Jacob Lopez broke the scoreless tie during the 27th minute when his leftfooted shot from just inside the left sideline floated over Canyon goalkeeper Neal Hills head and into the goal Less than later East Cen trals Ryan Biefefeldt blasted a shot on goal that bounced bfr a Canyon defender and rolled to the middle of the goalies box Chris tian Ortega corralled the rebound and beat said The kids we played on offense tonight have been playing off and on throughout the year but tonight I gave them a chance to start and they did really East Central outshot Canyon 117 in the first half and led 20 at halftime 1 was extremely disappointed with our first Rush said We didnt communi cate we didnt challenge their goalie we didnt challenge 5050 balls and we didnt challenge in the See DAVID Canyons Chase Ford 6 controls the ball during Tuesdays game against East Central at Cougars Stadium East Central won 21 K JESSIE Smithson Valley junior forward Andrew Sweet 9 tries to steal the ball during a game eariier this season at Rangers Stadium Smithson Valley beat Elgin 31 Tuesday SV boys soccer team beats Elgin Rangers get by Wildcats 31 FROM STAFF REPORTS ELGIN After a disap pointing tie against Central Catholic this past Saturday the Smithson Valley boys soc cer team rebounded Tuesday to beat Elgin 31 Less than five minutes into the game Smithson Valley senior Darren McCutchen scored on an assist from senior Frank Harris to give the Rangers a 10 U d The score remained 10 until the 58th minute during the second half when Smith son Valley senior Kevin Mon ahan scored on a penalty kick to make it 20 Smithson Valley sopho more Brad Ray stretched the lead to 31 when his free kick during the 70th minute found the back of the net The Rangers improved to 752 and begin District 27 5A play Feb 7 against San Antonio Highland at the San Antonio ISD Spring Sports Complex MBHS boys soccer The New Braunfels boys soccer team suffered a 50 loss to the undefeated Alamo Heights Mules Tuesday at Unicorn Stadium Michael Strong scored the first two goals for Alamo Heights John Hohliers goal made it 30 Jimmy Pogue scored on a header to make it 40 and Korinad Stroth rounded out the scoring Alamo Heights improved to 1102 overall and 20 in District 274A New Braunfels fell to 461 overall and 021 in District 274A The Unicorns do not play again until Feb 4 at Drip ping Springs CBS gris soccer Scores and highlights from Tuesday nights nondistrict girls soc cer game between Canyon and East Central was not made available to the Her aldZeitung Canyon next plays at Friday against Freder icksburg at home Playoff clincher NB locks up postseason berth with 5643 win over Del Valle BY BRETT BACA Staff Writer New Braunfels junior for ward Erica Wendell collect ed 18 points 11 rebounds and blocked three shots Tuesday night against the Del Valle Cardinals as the JJnicorns clinched a playoff spot for the third time in school history and for the first time since 2000 with a convincing 5643 win at home Audrey Fischer added 13 points including nine in the first quarter on 2of2 three point shooting and 2of2 free throws Sarah Knud son chipped in with 10 points and five boards and Mollie Brawner had eight points It feels great just New Braunfels head coach Larry Schulte said Were having a tremendous sea son so far but weve got more work to do Were not satisfied with just making the playoffs We want to go New Braunfels 197 overall 82 in District 25 4A clinched at least a tie for second place in District 274A after finishing 922 overall this past season Del Valle 1412 74 can still force a playoff game for sec ond place with the Unicorns if New Braunfels loses both of its final two games and Del Valle wins its two remaining games That would make both teams 84 having split their two head tohead district games We need to go out and take care of business on Friday against Lockhart 1318 Schulte said Weve worked hard all sea son long and if we win were in second The Unicorns worked hard every minute of Tues days game against Del Valle In the first quarter the Unicorns jumped out to a 1610 lead on Fishers two 3pointere while Wendell went to work on the inside and scored five points New Braunfels extended its lead to 10 in the second quarter as the Unicorns continued to plug away at the interior with Wendell But in the third quarter the K JESSIE New Braunfels junior post Erica Wendell 22 goes up for a shot during Tuesdays game against the Del Valle Lady Cardinals The Unicorns defeated the Lady Cardinals 5643 and clinched a playoff spot Lady Cardinals closed to within five points at 3429 before Wendell rolled off six straight points to put New Braunfels back on top 40 29 It was a very physical game out Wendell said We stayed patient and played our game inside I got a lot of good feeds inside and 1 was able to score some points when we needed In the fourth quarter the Unicorns continued to pound the ball inside and scored at will At one point New Braunfels went up by as many as 20 points before the second team came in and finished the game off at the free throw line See New Braunfels swim team wins District 264A championship Canyon NB swim teams advance to regional meet FROM STAFF REPORT The New Braunfels High School awirn loam won the District 264A title in ttw boys and girls SutuwUy in Austin Lake Travis came in wumA ia both divisions and Canyon High iiehaal ftnfrhwi fifth in the girls and fourth m fewi sions New or Canyon qf events John Quiwi of Witt two individual and was on two winning freestyle and placed second ui the 200yard Malatesu relay freestyle Brittney Ftotanamv and Kip Duckworth both Feltmann and Kip Duckworth tied tor out won two individual events and wtav on the standing femaie swimmer first place freestyle relay Quuui and Ashby tor umk Soan Duekyorth wou tbp luvii viduol Mitfjikv Ui lUk Other swuuiuws UXMJU New BramUeU who i rVlyAko BtoJMih Suuuiom Kaihei Lucas Lindsey Miller Jayne IxiUi Ansli Rcvd Ilae Jesus Knc Towell and and wet ite talk m W wood 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