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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page September SCOREBOARD AHEAD MONDAY NIGHT against Can the Cowboys extend their ndwntogtf BIG 12 HOW THEY FARED Kansas Iowa Texas Texas Oklahoma ConlirtflM Thie weak Arkansas Texas 28 Iowa Iowa 21 Washington Colorado 26 Missouri Illinois 0 Kansas Wyoming 35 Kansas State Massachusetts 7 Oklahoma Fresno St 28 Baylor SMU 7 Nebraska Penn State 10 Oklahoma SW Missouri 3 AP TOP 25 HOW THEY FARED By the Associated Press How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll fared this Saturday 1 Oklahoma 30 beat Fresno Next 2 Miami 30 beat East 383 Next at Boston 3 Ohio State 30 beat State 4438 in 3 Next Bowling 4 Southern Cal 30 beat Next at 5 Michigan 30 heat Notre Next at 6 Taxat 11 lost 3828 to Next at 7 State 40 beat Massa chusetts Next 8 Georgia 30 beat South Carolina Next at 12 9 Virginia Tech 20 did not Next Texas 10 Florida State 30 beat Georgia Tech Next 17 11 Pittsburgh 20 beat Boll State Next at 12 LSU 3O beat Western Next 8 Saturday 13 Tennessee did not piny Next at 19 Saturday 14 Wisconsin 21 lost 235 to Next North 15 Notre Dame 11 lost 380 to Next Michigan 16 Arizona State 10 Utah Next at 23 17 Colorado 21 lost 4726 to Washington Next at 10 Florida 18 Nebraska 30 beat Penn 1810 Next at Southern Sapt 19 Florida 21 beat Florida 633 Next 13 20 Wake Forest 21 lost 1610 to Next Saturday 21 Washington did not play Next 22 TCU 2O did not Next 23 Iowa 30 beat Iowa State Next 16 Arizona 24 NCarollna lost 4438 to Ohio State in 3 Next Texas 25 South Carolina 21 lost 317 to Next NAVARRO WINS A PAIR Navarro defeated Lavernia 1225 and 159 Amy Schneider had 11 kills Melissa Weiss had 19 assists Mallory Moeller had 6 blocks Kandi Knippa and Holly Albert had two aces apiece and Lisa Miller had 19 Navarro defeated Georgewest 2125 and 2519 Albert had 11 kills Weiss and Knippa had 13 assists each Albert had 8 blocks Mary Stout had four aces and Miller had 11 Navarros record is The teams next match is Tuesday against Marion in NB Christian rally falls short in 3934 loss By Chuck Hughes Correspondent The New Btaunfels Christ ian Academy Wildcats dug themselves into a 210 hole five minutes into the game against Fredericksburg Her itage then clawed their way into the lead only to fall short to the visiting Eagles by a score of 3934 at Canyon Intermediate After Heritage scored on its opening NBCA fumbled twice in succession on kickoff setting the opportunistic Eagles up in good field position for two more touchdowns and the early big The Wildcats finally got untracked and marched downfield on their next pos session behind the running of Jon Price and Nick Price hit paydirt from five After both teams took turns stopping each other on NBCA found itself in a fourth down and long situa tion at its own 20yard Eschewing a the Cats went for it and were rewarded when Price hit Burden with a 60yard TD Stephen Parkers twopoint PAT had NBCA within a TD at The Wildcat defense then went to work with Brian Ger vais separating Eagles quar terback Joe Beall from the ball at the goal line and Jonathan Henderson pouncing on it in the end zone for the Parkers PAT put the Cats in front for the first time at The Eagles responded with an eightplay scoring drive capped off with a 10yard TD pass from Beall to Kyle Sulte meieir to take a 2722 lead in to 39 NBCA 34 frferfbrg 21 IB 12 0 NBCA 6 16 12 0 First quarter F Coleman 27yd rim Joe Beall F Scott Ramsay 27yd pass from AMn Ramsay 2 pass from F Ramsay 27yd pass from Beall kick NBCA Jon Price 5yd run kick Second quarter NBCA Nick Burtteh 60yd pass from Price Stephen Parker NBCA Jon Henderson fumble recovery In endzone Parker F Kyle Sultemeler 10yd pass from Beall kick Third quarter NBCALuke Gentry 1yd run kick F Sultemeler 42yd pass from Beall kick NBCA Gentry 1yd run kick F Ramsay 35yd pass from BeeD kick NBCA 11 36139 116 7130 00 53 11 Fbrg First downs 12 Rushesyards 2099 Passing yards 226 13210 PuntsAvg 00 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Vogt intercepted a DesPlaines pass in the end zone to stall a Trinity drive in the second We were trying to slow their thats a good offensive The ball was tipped arid1 was hi the right place at the right Vogt Trinitys offense amassed 473 including 330 in the The Tigers travel to Pomo na Pitzer College next The Bulldogs Will host HardinSimmons in Baylor gives new coach Morriss first win 107 over SMU WACO Rashad Arm strongs 4yard touchdown run on Baylors first second half drive was the difference as the Bears beat SMU 107 Saturday night for their first win under Coach Guy Mor In Baylors opener UAB went 80 yards on two plays in the last minute for the winning 15 James Kil ian led Tulsas air and ground attack throwing for 244 yards and rushing for 90 more in a 4115 victory over Texas Kilian completed 15 of 24 passes for three touchdowns to give the Golden Hurricane 12 its first win in seven Bobcats quarterback Bar rick who entered the game leading the Division I AAnationally in total offense with an average completed 24 of 47 passes for 213 yards and two touch He also threw three Duke Rice 24 Brent Garber kicked a 30yard field goal in overtime as the Blue Devils beat Rice The Blue Devils blew a 10 point lead in the final 6 minutes only to win it when the Owls Brandon Skeen missed a 34yard field goal on the second possession of the Oklahoma Fresno 28 Jason White threw for 338 yards and four touchdowns and Renaldo Works ran for two more scores as 1 Okla homa rolled to a 5228 win over Fresno In the first halt Oklahoma scored on drives of and 32 Basketball Coach for Private Lessons Call 5127848882 Paul Barrientos When you see me dont think of used But when you are thinking of used cars come see me at Chuck Nash Chevrolet Se liable Tambien Ingles Mobile Larry Taylor Debby Taylor Board trrllfltd Urailng hilnmrnt Advanced hearing cats tfw attDntlon you dewrw 1 local 8306278660 toll free 8666278660 Common Street Professional 1583 Common Suite 100 New Texas 78130 GOOD if 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