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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SPORTS Wednesday February 7A Greyhounds unravel Unicorns 41 DAVID New Braunfels senior David Gribbon 13 controls the ball during Tuesdays game against Boeme Boerne scores four goals in second half to beat NB BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor At the mark in the second half of Tuesdays District 274Aboys soccer action at Unicorn Stadium New Braunfels had scored two of the three goals but trailed 21 Leading 10 the Boerne Greyhounds took a free kick near midfield and a NB defender headed the ball over goalkeeper Chris Ger hardts head and into the Unicorn goal A little more than a minute later NB sopho more Raul Armandariz crossed a pass from left to right hi front of the Boerne goal and senior Adam Segovia onetimed the goal past the diving Boerne keeper to make it 21 I was excited after that just because they got up 20 on us and our guys came right back and took it down the NB head coach Todd Behling said We talked about what we were going to do if we got down and our boys did a nice job of keeping their heads up I thought the goal was a great example of what were capable of The Unicorns 692 overall 152 in District 274A played with a 541 formation for most of the game but switched to a 442 after falling behind 20 Primarily for us they Unicorns just start ed to open up and move some guys Boerne head coach Damian Macias said They made some adjustments and that allowed us to find some space in their mid field I thought they Unicorns were doing really well at possessing the ball and really outplayed us in the first half I didnt see them as the same squad we saw the first time around They definitely played a whole lot better this The Greyhounds 1173 620 later scored See Cougars flatline McCallum eliminates Canyon 8373 in first round of playoffs K JESSIE Canyons Vidal Barboza 14 shoots a threepointer over an Austin McCallum defender during Tuesdays Bidistrict playoff game at Austin Akins High School The Knights defeated the Cougars 8373 BY ANDREA WALL NBHZ Correspondent AUSTIN Many teams live or die by the threepoint er and despite extensive effort Tuesday night the Canyon Cougars just couldnt make it past the bidistrict round of the playoffs The Cougars hit 10 three pointers in their gutsy per formance against an ultra athletic Austin McCallum but still dropped the game 8373 We just dug ourselves too big of a hole in the first said Canyon senior Zach Pick elman If we would have played the first half the way we played the second half we would have won that The Knights took the momentum early and ran with it Chris Thompsons two consecutive threepointers in the opening minute of the game set the tone for the next two quarters McCallum continued to pound at Canyons soft zone defense Superquick guard Zeke Fisher often penetrated the 23 zone either forcing outside defenders to drop down or allowing Fisher a oneonone drive inside the lane Canyon consistently left the weak side of the zone unattended giving the Knights easy baskets inside Our team is tough because we have more than one Fisher said With most teams you only have to shut down one guy but with us we have all kinds of people to go With all the momentum on their side the Knights had an opportunity to bury the Cougars in the first half They led by 14 points midway through the second quarter but instead of continuing their patient offense the Knights began rushing shots This gave Canyon an opportunity to sneak back into the game And the Cougars took full advantage See K JESSIE Smithson Valleys Abbey Uballe tries to make a catch as teammate Angela Higby looks on during the state tournament this past season The Rangers hosted Churchill Tuesday Munoz Rangers shock Chargers 60 SV softball team better than 500 BY BRETT BACA Staff Writer Smithson Valley freshman pitcher Taryn Munoz tossed seven innings of scoreless soft ball Tuesday as the Rangers improved their record to 43 with a 60 victory over the Churchill Lady Chargers at Ranger Field Munoz gave up three hits and struck out eight I felt pretty confident but a little shaky in my first start at said Munoz who defeated Clearbrook 10 in the Rangers first game of the Don Maddox Tournament this past weekend I knew that if I pitched really hard though I would be The Rangers were coming off of backtoback losses at the Don Maddox Tournament to Medina Valley and San Antonio Reagan after the win over Clearbrook It feels good to be back over Smithson Valley head coach Wayne Daigle said Were young and were going to lose some games I know it my wife assistant coach Lisa Daigle knows it and the girls know it But we have the talent and hopefully by the end of the year it will pay Against Churchill Smith son Valley waited until the sixth inning to begin paying off as Lady Charger starter Kara Stevens held the Rangers scoreless through five innings of play while striking out five and allowing only three hits I think theyre pitcher was pretty Daigle said Against a good pitcher youre not going to hit a whole lot Finally though the third time through the lineup we started to put the ball into play And as it always does when we put the ball into play things start to happen with the Amanda Escalante got things going for the Rangers See SV boys soccer team whips East Central 51 Rangers remain unbeaten in District 275 A at 40 FROM STAFF REPORTS SAN ANTONIO Smithson Valley boys soccer team remained undefeated in district play with a 51 win over East Central Tuesday night Matt Carpenter broke the scoreless tie dur ing the 14th minute with a goal on an assist from Reagan Darren McCutchen then scored during the 20th minute on an assist from Frank Harris to put the Rangers up 20 After East Central cut it to 21 McCutchen assisted Harris on the Rangers third goal of the evening before SV goalkeeper Chris Breen made a nice save on a penalty kick to pre serve the Rangers 31 lead at halftime McCutchen dished out two more assists one to Brad Ray and one to Josh Low in the second half to stretch the lead to 51 The Rangers 1152 40 play Southwest at 7 Friday at homev girts soccer SAN ANTONIO The Smithson Valley girls soccer team beat East Central 10 Tues day night Stephanie Rea scored the only goal for the Rangers 1421 Smithson Valley plays at 7 Friday at Southwest CHS boys soccer WIMBERLEY The Canyon boys soccer team blanked Wimberley Tuesday night 60 Bryan Jonas Chase Ford goalkeeper Neal Hil Josh Meurin and Drew Stephens scored goals for the Cougars 991 Ryan Thomason had two assists Evan Schmidt Jeff Halay and Brian Paniagua also had assists Canyon plays a nondistrict game against Lockhart at 6 Friday CHS girts soccer The Canyon girls soccer team shut out Wimberley 20 Tuesday at home Celina Rosiles assisted on two goals in the first half including one to Amanda Albrecht to make it 10 and the other to Laura Boden heim The Cougarettes are off Friday with their next game scheduled for Tuesday at Fredericksburg The Canyon junior varsity girls soccer team improved to 533 on the season with a 10 win over Wimberley MBHSgjris soccer BOERNE The New Braunfels girls soc cer team knocked off district rival Boerne 2 0 Tuesday night Tracey Whitley scored on an assist from Kayla Thornton with remaining in the first half to make it 10 Less than 30 seconds later Boerne was whistled for a penalty in the goalies box and Thornton scored on the penal ty kick to give the Unicorns a 20 lead New Braunfels improved to 1441 overall and 701 in district The Unicorns host Alamo Heights 1232 611 at Friday K JESSIE Smithson Valleys Ce Ce Kellar 14 uses her head to move the ball upfield during a game ear lier this season at Ranger Stadium Smithson Valley play at East Central Tuesday
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