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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Canyon junior vanity tighten October 2003 Gafza 5A To have your event contact Oavid RufikalviS at or by email at drupkalvis@herald2eitung.com E DAILY OKET Nfi freshman football freshman White team visits Smithson while hosts DelValle time White team 4 Blue 5 SittithMit Wiley subvarsity Freshman Blue team hosts Highlands while junior varsity team Marion volleyball Bulldogs hostPoteet in district InjbrmatiomJV begins at New Canyon battle for first place tonight By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor Its been almost a month since either the New Braunfels and Ca nyon volleyball teams have suffered a As a the two teams have placed themselves on top of the Dis trict 254A one of them will lose and the other will set themselves up as potential district champs whenthe two face off at 7 at the Cougar Den at Canyon High New Braunfels won the first meet ing between the With anoth er win the Unicorns will open a twogame lead in the district and will all but guarantee another district if Ca nyon the teams will be tied for the district Through the first round of district the Unicorns went undefeat ed arid almost The two seniors have led The Unicorns have dominated by the team in kills and assists almost controlling play at the net with Jack every match this ie Gin Mpzeley and Erica But Canyons chances dont rest Wendell causing with Engel and When Ca After losing to New nyon is at its the team plays a Canyon has regrouped with six con attacking game with multiple Now the Cougarettes will face their For Canyon to win Natal toughest ie Whitney Sarah Batey Brooke Engel and Tiffany Shedrock and Carla Flink must all step up and have continued to play well for provide a secondary offensive District 254A Volleyball AIIDistrict J235 J812 195 New Braunfels Canyon 60 61 Bastrop 42 Dripping Springs Lake Travis 1913 199 34 23 Lockhart Del Valle 1113 04 New Braunfels at 7 Leading the way to state Senior trio leads Smithson Valley to first in district By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer After a year of the young Smithson Valley volleyball team is on the right track this thanks largely to three Outside hitters Hannah Amber Mueller andSydney Teuton are the Rangers senior trio and they lead the team both on the court and off of Weve played together since the sev enth Mueller For the most its been Last the jun they experienced a coaching change as well as division within the This lack of team unity led to a tough season thad fell short of the state Last there was a lot of fighting andjarguing among team Te uton werejust too many ego and that hurt the the Rangers almost qualified for the state butjfell short by losing to Sari Antonio Harlandale in a match the team agreed they did not play well Last the Rangers got a little revenge when they beat Harlandale in three sets to take the early lead in the district While the team is only 815 they are 30 and in first place in District The discord on the team disappeared this year thanks largely to Werchen and The Rangers have grown closer and have rallied behind co ach Bryan who is in his second season as head coach of the Last year was a difficult We had a freshman who received a good amount of playing time and a lot of the seniors sort of resented Funk This we are playing better as a team and our seniors are great Teuton said that Werchen and Mueller are working hard to provide leadership and to instill a spirit of unity on the It is better to have too few seniors than too many Teuton Having only three seniors as opposed to seven or leads to stronger team unity as the old saying HaV ing too many chiefs and not enough lit tie DAVID Hannah Werchen 6 passes the ball while Smithson Valley teammate Sydney Teuton District 275A All District Smithson Valley 815 30 Harlandale 1311 21 Southwest 12 East Todays Games East Central at Smithson Brackenridge at 7 Southwest at 7 Werchen agreed with her teammate and With only three seniors on the theres not as much arguing going on and theres mere team Werchen Theres a stronger sense of togeth erness this year and we play as a Mueller and Werchen are threeyear letter winners and their highlights See Page 6A PAVIP Smithson Valley senior Sydney Teuton serves during a recent Record rally lifts Colts over Bucs in overtime AP Mike Vanderjagts 29yard field goal with remaining in overtime capped one of the greatest comebacks in NFL history and gave the Indi anapolis Colts a 3835 victo ry over the Tampa Bay Buc caneers on Monday Peyton Manning rallied the Colts from a 3514 deficit wi th four minutes left in regu sending the game into overtime on Ricky Williams 1yard touchdown run with 35 seconds to Marvin who had two touchdown set up the tying score with a 52 yard reception to the Tampa Harrison scored on sec ondhalf receptions of 37 and the latter trimming1 Tampa Bays lead to 3528 with remaining in regu Indianapolis 50 became the first team in NFL history to win after trailing by 21 or more points with less than Week 5 Results Sundays games Arizona 7 Chicago Oakland 21 Miami New York Giants 10 Minnesota Atlanta Green Bay Seattle 13 Kansas City Denver 23 Buffalo Cincinnati 16 Carolina New Orleans 13 New England Tennessee 30 Jacksonville San Diego 21 San Francisco Detroit 17 Philadelphia Washington 25 Cleveland Pittsburgh 13 Open dates Hourton Indianapolis Tampa Bay 35 four minutes to After struggling in the first Manning finished with on 34 of 47 Harrison had 11 total catches for 176 Run ning back Ricky subbing for the injured Edgerrin James had only 56 but did score two Boston eliminates Oakland AP Pedro Johnny Manny Ramirez and even that maligned Boston bullpen they all were tougher than any Martinez pitched seven gritty and Ramirez broke his slump with a deci sive threerun Boston got its fourth play off series victory since its last World Series title in while Oaklands frustration The As have lost nine straight games in which they could have 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