New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 22, 2003, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas November 22 2003 Page 5A R TS HERALDZerrtJNG To hart Vfltif svsftt publicfoedf contact David Rupkafvis at 223 of by mail at [email protected] Canyon gfarte basketball the Cougarettes face Clemens in first game of the season smiaison Valley boys basketball Rangers return home to face San Marcos in nowlstrictgame Time Canyon boys basketball Cougars go on the road to face Marble Falls in nonaistrtctgame time s march on to regional finals 1 i Green runs for 240 yards to lead Canyon over Sam Houston 2821 X 4 S By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor paid off as Green repeatedly ran up the middle danced past lineback James Green ran for 240 yards and ers and run after big run two touchdowns and the Canyon quarterback had 127 j i r vj in the second rpuiilEi Division II playoffs Stadium With concentrating on stopping Canyons Senior Odell power running game the Cougars made the biggest defensive play in turned to Green Friday The move the garfie when he dropped back in i J i DAVID Canyons Robert Skeen 67 and Ryan Odell stop a Sam Houston runner during the Cougars win Friday atCougar Stadium coverage and intercepted a Dennis Daniel pass at the Canyon 10yard line with left in the game With the win the Cougars move on to face Mission Sharyland in the regional finals at 8 Friday in the Alamodome Sharyland beat Rock portFulton 2913 Friday 1 We come out Green said after the game We do what it takes and we play hard for four After the Cougars stopped a fake punt attempt early in the first quar i teri Green gave Canyon an early lead On second down from the Sam Houston 31 Green evaded a pass rush cut back across the field and ran untouched for a touchdown and a 70 lead After an exchange of punts the Hurricanes came to life offensively behind the running of backup quar terback Brian Robinson With Robin son doing most of the work the Hur ricanes drove 59 yards with Daniel hitting Jarrett DilUard on a 20yard pass on fourth and 10 to tie the score Green led the Cougars back run ning for 59 yards on five carries including 14 for a touch down in a sixplay 65yard drive Bryan Jonas kicked one of his 4 extra points to put Canyon up 147 with left in the Once again the Hurricanes Uanswered Sam Houston mixed up dts running kept the Cougars guessing as the Hurricanes went on a 13play 73 yard drive that Daniel capped with a 5yard touchdown run The extra point was missed and Canyon went DAVID Canyon quarterback James Green jumps over two Sam Houston defend ers during the Cougars 2821 win Friday Green ran for 240 yards and two touchdowns into halftime leading 1413 The Hurricanes opened the sec ond half with a bang going 80 yards t on only six plays with Daniel passing Mark Anthony for the final 30 and a touchdown Robert Lee ran in a 2 point conversion and the Hurricanes went up 2114 Facing a deficit for the first time in the roared back going on an 8play 61yard drive with Molinet covering the final 7 to tie the game at 2121 Green ledthe drive by running for 53 yards on only four carries J The Canyon defense that had been battered for the first three quarters came to life not once but twice on See CANYON Page 6A New Brauntels defenders THayer Jody Walker center and Lucas Ayala drag down a KerrviHtTivY runner Friday Unicorns battle but fall short against KerrvilleTivY 177 By Chlapek Writer but he kept play tog strike to eve the Antlers C4aeh Riefc Rhoades ban season Friday at the hands his shoulder was hurting to Unigprns on the ensuing pos the point where we had to session wd it lopked like Tivy was en ta soother Sophomore Zach Rhodes but the Unicorns ing three of for NewBnunfeisfoicedTIvy 84 yards and a towhdpwn to pynt twice and Chris The Unicorns only touch Thsyer intercepted Rippy down csme on sgppnd and pass with 3 minutes 10 from the New Braunfels left in the first half to kill 28 when Rhodes dioppf d snoiher Anflf rs drive rr TheAjutersdefenseforced who 1 4 i j W reo Cross who grablxed the the Unicorns to and and ran the rest of the wereaidedbyalatehitcaJllDn corns 30yard line with a hurt his siiouloer eaxlier in Oie middle for a 59yard scof Canyon girls win pair in tourney By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor The Canyon girls basketball team opened the season Thursday with a pair of wins in the Gonzales Tournament before falling to Forestville Fri day The Cougarettes used a sti fling defense in the fourth quarter to beat LaGrange in the opener Thursday and came back to top host Gon zales 6248 In a winners bracket game Friday the Cougarettes fell behind by six In the first quarter and never could recover falling to Forestville 4540 Canyon is now 21 on the season and will face Smithsville at today The Cougarettes used a quick start to jump out to a 1912 lead in the opener against La Grange But the lead disappeared over the next two quarters as La Grange came back to take a 3938 lead heading into the final frame Then the Cougarettes took over Led primarily by an out standing defensive effort Canyon outscored LaGrange 194 in the fourth quarter to take the 14point victory Bo Warrn led the Coug arettes with 16 points and Julie Jeffords added 8 The Cougarettes came back and again used defense to key a cecond quarter run that put away Gonzales Canyon led 1814 after the first quarter and held the host team to just 5 points in the second to take a 3019 lead Warm again led the way scoring 8 points Courtney Crish added 12 Jeffords had 10 and Natalie Fey finished with 8 points The Cougarettes fell behind early against Forestville and never could recover Canyon trailed by six after one quarter and 8 at half Canyon closed some in the second but not enough to get the win Warm led the offensive attack with 16 points and Jef fords had 8 Techs offense poses challenge for Sooners NORMAN Qkla AP This is a statistic borne of dis cipline and executed with dominance Oklahomas defense hasnt allowed a touchdown in three games Ifs an amazing Okla homa eoaeh Bob Stoops said Tuesday at his weekly media Itll be eyen mprg impres sive tf the Sooner toprated defense pan continue that streak against Texas Tech whieh boast the nations prolific offeree The Red Haiders are led by qunrterbact BJ Symons who needs just 83 more passing yards to break NCAAfc sjn gtessason record of 5488 yajrdssetbyBYUsTyPetmer in 1990 Symons wJJi Ws Irs the classic case of an irre sistible force against a mov able object The past three seasons no one has slowed the Red Raiders quite like Stoops Sooners 2000 Oklahoma beat Tech 2713 and held Tech to 33i yards well below me Red Raiders averages of points and yards per BIG 12 Schedule North Conf Overall Kansas St 52 93 Nebraska 83 Missouri 33 7r3 Kansas Colorado 26 56 26 Iowa State 06 28 South Oklahoma Con Overall 70 Texas 110 61 Texas Tech 92 43 2001 ttie Sooners won 3912 and limited the Red Raiders to 247yajds inciyftg rainus7 yards That was a significajn drop ftorn Techs averages of 354 points and yards a gw Oklahoma State 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