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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Josh Silk plays tennis Page Defi Senior duo lefitfl raw Bf IN 7 to have your evenf contact David ftupkalviS af of by email at dfupkalvis@herald2eitung.com THE DAILY TrOKET Fort Worth Bowl TCU will face Boise Slate in n battle between oneloss learn Time nit ESPN Las Vegas Bowl VVferZunter New Mexico into battle against Oregon Time Hawaii Bowl The University of Houston travels to Hawaii to take on the home team Time on Canyon boys stumble against the fourthranked 5A team in the state By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer The Canyon boys basketball team faced a McNeil team that was ranked 4 in Class and McNeil showed why The Mavericks used a 150 run to build a 258 lead at the end of the first quarter and rolled to an 8033 rout of the We just need to move past what happened Cougars Coach Kenny Rotzler We played the 4 team in Class and theyve only lost once all To beat we knew we needed to play a perfect Tonights game was not a gauge of where we are as a I feel we can be competitive the rest of the way McNeil opened the game hitting hacktoback 3poinlers to take a 6 0 load before Kyle Kennedy scored 5 points during a 52 run for the Then the Mavericks pulled scoring 15 straight points to open a 235 lead before Ismael Guillen hit a 3poinfur to one the Mavericks scor ing Mavericks continued their offensive onslaught by outscoring the Cougars 207 in the second quar ter and taking a 4545 lead into the locker room at the The third quarter was evenly matched as both teams scored 13 points in the Kennedy hit a trio of 3pointers and Cole Clayton scored all four of his points in the Kennedy finished the game with a teamhigh 14 In the final the Mavericks put the game away With a 225 Jaecel Shah hit a 3pointer and Matt Zachary hit a jumper for the Cougar scores in the Shah came off the bench and scored 5 points and had two steals and an Canyon is now 67 and will resume play at the Fredricksburg Tourna ment next Heavyhearted Favre leads Packers over Raiders Smithson Valley aims for perfection By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer The Smithson Valley girls soccer team is ready to take the field for the 2004 sea Coming off last years T941 which included a 91 district record and the district the Rangers are looking to repeat as champions of District We expect to go 100 in district and have another 19 win season this Coach Jason Adkins We also hope to advance past the second round of the The Rangers received a firstround bye last season before being eliminated by Churchill in the second In many youth on a team is seen as a According to r lf Lastyeamwe and now theyre all sophomores with varsity Adkins With so many and only three there will be less This will help us as the season progress The three seniors are Mandy Roxanne Harper and Anna I expect to get along and have strong team Lake I also expect us to go further in the play REBECCA The Smithson Valley girls soccer team will open the season 9 in the Hays The team members include Eryn Kari Dana Randi Amanda Roxanne Jessica Amanda Caley Kori Kristen 11 Anna Curry Many Hulse and Coach1 Jason offs and have Im moving from defense to midfield this so I hope I can help out by scoring some a first team alldistrict selection last scored six goals and recorded three assists in Forward Marcey Morales also garnered llrst learn alldis trict honors after leading the Hangers with 22 goals and 10 Goalkeeper Eryn Snydcr had li shutouts last season and earned second team alldistrict Cecilia Sara Dana Carmen Rodriguez and Caley Johnson all received postseason The Rangers are picked to repeat as the lampions of District 275A and East eiiiial and Southwest are expected to be the other two playoff from he Adkins AP Brett Favre dealt with the grief in the best way he could He played his heavy heart Favre passed for 399 yards and four touchdowns a day after his fathers mov ing into second place in NFL history for career TD passes while leading the Green Bay Packers to a 417 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Monday With one spectacular long pass after Favre dec imated the Raiders patch work defense with one of the greatest performances in his 13year He finished just 3 yards shy of his career high while sending the Raiders to their worst loss in eight Favre threw for a personal best 311 yards and four TDs in the first crucial game for ttie Packers playoff hopes into a blowout victory and he did it on one of the saddest days of his Irvin Favre died of a heart attack Sunday night while Week 15 Schedule games Atlanta Tamba Bay 28 Minnesota Kansas City 20 Now England Jets 16 Louis Cincinnati 10 Miami Buffalo 3 Baltimore Cleveland 0 Chicago Washington 24 Carolina Detroit 14 Jacksonville New Orleans 19 Dallas Giants 3 Tennessee Houston 24 Pittsburgh San Diego 24r San Francisco Philadelphia 28 Seattlp Arizona 10 Denver Indianapolis 17 Mondays game Green Bay Oakland 7 driving near his sons home town of Brett decided to stay with the Packers 96 long enough to lead a victory that kept them in a tie with Minnesota atop the NFC Favre was smil ing and hugging his tearn the In the embraced his before they headed Green Bay can all but clinch a playoff berth with a victory over Denver Rangers eye postseason run By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer Following last years 1763 which included a dis trict championship and elim ination from the playoffs by state champion the Smithson Valley boys soccer team is ready to kick off its 2004 We hope to win 20 games this year and make it to Coach Buss Girard I also hope to get the young guys experienced in tirnefpr the With only six seniors and six returning lettermen on the the Rangers will have some youth to work Girard said youth inex perience are his teams weak What the Rangers lack in they make up for with Threeyear letter winner Tom Bowman is back for his senior year as If we can establish our selves as a we will be Bowman We will need to work on playing as a team if we want to go far in the I want to show leadership both on and oif the field and do the best I can to help the team In addition to the return of the Rangers will also welcome back midfielders Matt Andrew Sweet and Sean Harrison and defenders Stephen Meyer ami Andrew Sendejo is expected to be one of the top newcom ers and will give the Rangers Texas Tech keeps Knight perfect against Alforc REBECCA The Rangers buys socojr team opens the season 8 in the Hays Tournament I he team members are Tom Sean Austin Stephen Derele Andrew Matthew Josh Nolan Scott Andrew Kyle Matt Jason Kyle Jackson and Gerson additional When looking at the disirirt jiraul the1 Hangers are ail 10 repeat as district with Southwest and East Cen 11 al t tabbing the other two dis n in playoff DALLAS AP Steve Alford still hasnt beaten his former Andre Bob Knights current star player at Texas scored 23 points including the last six in a 100 firsthalf run that snapped an early tie and the Red Raiders beat Iowa 6559 Monday night Alford was the best player on the last of Knights three national championship teams in 1987 at where he was part of 92 wins in his They also shared an Olympic gold medal in But as a Alford is 0 3 against Texas Tech 102 has won six straight games since los ing 6259 in another Dallas appearance three weeks ago at Pierre Pierce had 18 points for the Hawkeyes 6 who have lost their last two Despite their mutual respect for each Alford didnt speak at length with Knight after taking the Iowa job in 1999 until calling his former coach in January when his own team was struggling and he needed to talk to somebody about both coaches insist ed in the week leading up to the game that there are no problems with their rela Before Monday nights their first against each other since Alfords first year at the former player walked over to meet Once the game Ernmett took Sick child touches lives of many while fishing I t was hard to fight bjick tears gut I fuJfijJing his Tiro is sick and 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