New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 14, 2003, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 14, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 14 2003 New Brautifefogirte basketball Unicorns host Canyon In District opener for both Wine SrtiithsonVailey girls basketball tofcittg tfte weekend Rangers visit San time 8 To have your event publicized David fiupkfilvis at email at drupkalvisgharaldzelj New Braunfels boys baskc Improving Unicorns host Edison in Time Cougars second in River City Class Canyon beats Lanier falls to Boerne in title game By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor After accomplishing their goal of winning two games in the River City the Canyon boys basketball team went into the champtonship game Saturday with nothing to But the Cougars struggled in the dropping a 7852 decision to a bigger and stronger Boerne Using potent outside the Cougars kept the game close for most of the first But when Boerne began connecting on its out side Canyon had no With 7footO sophomore Josh Lomers dominating inside and the Greyhounds pouring in 3pointers from outside the Boerne pulled away and coasted to the tournaments most valuable 8 points in the first quarter as the Greyhounds jumped out to a fast 72 But Canyon fought back and took a 109 lead when Todd Neece hit a 3point The Greyhounds regained the lead and led 1916 after one quar Canyon failed to score for the first of the second quarter and 1 the Greyhounds grabbed a 2416 Kyle Kennedy stopped the run with a 3point but Boerne pulled out to a 3326 advantage at the With Canyon trying to stop the point shot became the weapon of choice in the third Boerne hit six longrange bombs in the quar ter and ran out to a 6442 Both teams struggled in the fourth quarter as the Greyhounds coasted to We came in with a goal of win ning two Coach Kenny zler We did that and we found ourselves in the championship game against Theyre a tough draw for any team in our They have giants out You just kind of pick your poison with Theyre a wellbalanced Kennedy led the Cougars with 14 points in the game and Ismael Guillen added Both players were named to the alltournament Cole Clayton finished with 11 points and Neece had Canyon is 66 on the season and will take a break before meeting Round Rock McNeil Canyon Lanier 43 Canyonheld off a furious Lanier rally in the fourth quarter to escape with a 4843 victory semifi nals With the score tied at the Cougars Matt Zachary hit a tie breaking 3pointer to give his team a 4340 Kennedy added a basket in transition to put the Cougars up and Canyon coasted to See COUGARS 3B DAVID Canyon guard Ismael Guillen goea up for a shots during the Cougars yni Smithson rebounds to consolation til By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer Smithson Valley rebounde an openinground loss to came back to win two game day to win the consolation c onship in the River City Class The Rangers beat Akins 65 urday morning and topped Cl in the consolation chi Eric who missed the mot game against came lead the Rangers with 19 poi seven It was good to get Eric Coach Alan Miller As we needed consistency and to have when youre missing your Ryan who also mi Akins game due to an injur against Clemens and reco rebounds and 5 The Rangers trailed 3231 but held the Buffaloe points in the third1 quart received efficient shooting andTullman to take a 44421 the fourth Tullman Rangers with 15 rebounds and five Smithson Valley Playing without Icke and Smithson Valley still had enoj beat i The Rangers opened the ga wins Heisman Trophy NEW YORK AP Jason White capped a remarkable comeback with college fodt balls most prestigious winning the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night a year after ah injury nearly ended his The Oklahoma who almost quit foot ball following his second major knee injury in Sep tember beat out Pitts burgh receiver Larry Fitzger ald by 128 points for the threw 40 touchdown passes and led the third ranked Sooners to 12 straight wins to open the season and a spot in the Bowl Champi onship Series title game against 2 Even a subpar perform ance in a loss in the Big 12 title game last week against Kansas State couldnt stop White from vanning the His three months of brilliance before that were more than enough to per suade voters to pick The Associated Press Player of the led the nation in passing completing 64 percent of his passes for yards and only eight White beat Fitzgerald Eli Manning was third with 710 points and Chris Perry was next with Voters list three choices on and players are awarded three points for first for second and one for j the first Ofdahoma player Billy Shns in 1978 to win the had 319 firstplace 204 seconds and 116 f set an NCAA record with touch down catches in 18 straight had 253 233 sec onds and 128 9f iWPw wsw BP3B for a goodlwm TP j More than 30Q ninifare ssmpjttd Jn qornjj County Enhancejnent Center which helps prevent child jskeetf r MMler deft feny Payfc top petebmted we holiday son whJIe FOJ race Unicorns show improvement finish fourth in tournament By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer The New Braunfels boys basketball team dropped a 77 53 decision to Lanier in the in the thirdplace game of the River City Classic New Braunfels opened the tournament with a victory over Flour but dropped two games After leading 1410 at the end of the first Lanier shifted into a higher gear and ran off 31 points in the sec ond quarter to take a 4524 lead into the locker New Braunfels opened the third quarter on an 84 which was highlighted by a 3 pointer from But the Unicorns couldnt get any closer as the Voks had an answer for every New Braun fels score We played hard and ran our game we just need ed to be more Holmes Holmes finished with 12 points and five Tbny Valadez led the Unicorns with 16 points and five assists and Ryan McGinley had a tearnWgh seven need to keep improv Goseli Tommy ilines We played hard but we just wore down in the WfjU get Vta A DAVID New Braunfels Ryan McQinley 2Q battles for a reboul during the Unicorns semifinal loss to New Braunfels trajJed by only four 3016 agajnst but then the Greyhounds turned up the heat arxd held the Unicorns to four points in the fourth quar ter while taking a victo ry in me Ater fci one the cajne back in the second quarter and took the Mi 14 on a jump sbot from Bernie The Greyhounds dosed the period on a 72 run to take w the haiftirne lead In the second slowly took control Vaiade led tne with 10 points McGmley down 12 reboum Holmes had five st New Braunfels is wttJ host Edison COUNTRY PLACE HOMES IN HEW BRAUHFELS PRESENTS I Stafcof the Art Muliikar Home 77 H ;