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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas NB band Denis Soto plays the COMING SUNDAY first game NBStephenville story and August 2005 HERALDZEFTUNG Page 5A HERALDZEFTUNG To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com THE DAILY Frauleln Volleyfest Smithson Valley in 36team tournament Time all day Football finally begins Canyon hosts LaVerniaSV welcomes Round Rock Westwood in season openers Time Canlford debuts with NB New coach guides Unicorns for first time against 6ranked Stephenville Time KGNBAM1420 Ranked teams the rule at Volleyfest By Will Wright Sports Editor This years Fraulein Volleyfest has been expanded from 16 to 32 and there are few slackers in the Six state ranked teams are in the Phyllis which begins this Fowler morning at gyms at New Braunfels and New Braunfels coach Phyl lis Fowler rated the field sim ilar to what her team will expect next week at A bunch of tough she will be in to If we get past the first we would likely face Brenham in the sec ond They are ranked in Class 4A and they were at state last Fowler said of what her Unicorns could see after facing Killeen Harker Heights in the open ing round You look at the brackets and see that theyre strong all the way Each match will be a best ofthree in the rally scoring format and count against season wonloss Austin Westlake defeated Cedar Park for last years title New Braunfels won it in The Chaparrals are ranked fifth and the Timberwolves tenth in this weeks Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 5A state Brenham is third in Class where New Braunfels is ninth and Stephenville In Class Wimberley is ranked Other teams to look out for include Hays Converse Austin SA Arlington and Arlington Also included in that group is Smithson After fin ishing 1123 last season the Rangers have started with their only loss a five game decision against Canyon 10 days Smith son Valley opens against Keller at New Braunfels at 9 New Braunfels 74 will start at its lead gym begin ning at noon against the Lady Canyon 66 will try to get back on track after a threegame skid when it faces Richardson Pearce in its first round game at 9 in its Cougar See Page 6A FRAULEIN VOLLEYFEST SCHEDULE TODAY Firstround games NBHS Gym 1 Austin Westlake Saginaw 9 SA Warren Hays 10 Austin Akins Arlington 11 Brenham Noon NBHS Gym 2 SA Marshall Corpus Christ 9 Round Rock Westwood 10 Amarillo Tascosa 11 Austin High Converse Noon CHS Gym 1 Richardson Pearce 9 Hurst Bell Austin 10 Arlington 11 CHS Gym 2 Austin Bowie 9 Austin McCallum Mansfield Stephenville McAllen 11 NBHS Gym 5 Smithson Valley 9 Midland Cedar 10 SA Madison 11 New Braunfels Killeen Harker Noon ROUND ROCK WESTWOOD AT SMITHSON VALLEY Ranger Stadium Tickets at gate Radio KNBTFM Last year 100 ABOUT THE WARRIORS District 155A Coach Anthony Wood first year 2004 record 46 tied for third in 155A Returning starters 5 offen 4 defensive Offense Multiple spread Defense 8man front Top players WR Steven WR Todd WRDB Andy QB Chase OL Travis DT Sean DB Brian Outlook the teams offensive takes over for Doug who coached the Warriors to a 10 10 mark in two seasons before he took the post of RRISD assistant athletic direc The Warriors are picked to finish anywhere from fourth to sixth in eightteam They last made the playoffs in The Warriors will throw the ball 5560 times per Wood though some times they will toss to running backs Andy Stockberger and Andrew Smithson Valley last week routed SA Southwest in its lone scrim totaling over 800 yards offense without even playing all of its The Rangers will debut junior quarterback Bryan who has experi enced catchers in Cody Beyer and Clay Eight starters on offense and eight on defense saw extensive playing time on last years 133 team that reached the Class 5A Division II state CLASS 5A TOP 10 This weeks schedule for the teams ranked in The Associated Press Class 5A high school football All games are today unless otherwise Southlake Carroll 00 Midland Lee 2 Saturday at Abilene Tyler Lee Hollywood ChaminadeMadonna 8 Lufkin 00 is Longview 00 at Class 4A 5 Marshall Smithson Valley W Round Rock Westwood Katy 00 The Woodlands 4 Saturday at Reliant Euless Trinity 00 DeSoto Converse Judson 00 Laredo Nixon Austin Westlake 00 at Leander Offense on tap for Rangers Passhappy Westwood should stage lengthy duel By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY Going into his 15th Larry Hill isnt any notions into tonights football game against Round Rock He knows his ranked sixth in die will be a tempting target for a pro gram on the And he also knows theres always that chance upsets could All you can he is pre vent them by being your Whether that label is deserved or its something we have to deal and weve done that he said of the dangers of Smith son Valleys standing in this weeks Class 5A state But you can still control whatever All you can do is not do the things you can do that beat Thats what Smithson Valley hopes to focus on when it meets the Warriors at at Ranger The 133 state finalists a season have 11 starters The have a new coach and also return a bevy of starters from a 46 SA MacArthur graduate Anthony in his first sea son at says he has designs on one day getting a District 265A All District Converse Smithson SA SA MacArthur SA 00 SA SA Churchill SA Marshall RR Westwood at Smithson Valley Judson Laredo Nixon MacArthur SA Clark Madison at San Marcos Reagan Harlingen Roosevelt at SA East Central open DAVID Smithson Valleys Clay Fuller will be one of several wide receivers pressed into action on both sides as the Rangers host Round Rock Westwoods Warriors at Ranger program to Smithson Valleys current I remember what Smithson Valley was like when I was in high Wood Back then the late 1980s Smithson Valley wasnt very and coach Hill has done a great job and turned it into one of the states top Ive got to admit Im trying to copycat that over Despite having the second largest enrollment in District the Warriors havent made the playoffs since Wood said tonights game will give him some indication about the possibility of his team cracking that barrier this Expect to see a drawn out passing The behind junior quarterback Chase Rich 5 178 will try to find receivers Steven Sultzbaugh Andy McClain 176 and Todd McCormick A big line is led by allstate tackle Travis Reidy They will run four wides and five wides and sometimes go with a oneback or noback Hill said of the Warriors which last year was spawned out of a They will try to change the pace with short possession passes and throw the ball a good percentage of the Junior quarterback Bryan Hill will guide Smithson Valley for the first but has expe rienced targets in seniors Cody Beyer and Clay Fuller and run support in seniors See Page 6A Canyon expecting fight from Bears DAVID Canyon head coach Les Davis will know a lot more about his Cougars following tonights game against La Vernia at Cougar By Rick Breland StaffWriter When Canyon takes the field at home against La Ver nia today at it will be for the second time in two years the only meetings ever between the two That lack of history will make jt tough for either team to know what to At this point in the when most coaches feel they do not know enough about their own not know ing much about opponents makes things all the more We dont really have much information on Canyon head coach Les Davis We only have one District 274A All District Burnet 00 00 Canyon 00 00 Dripping Springs 00 00 LakeTravis 00 00 Marble Falls 00 00 New Braunfals 00 00 This weeks schedule La Vernia at Canyon Burnet at Taylor Marble Falls at Gatesville Dripping open open Stephenville scrimmage and they didnt even have numbers on their jerseys in that scrim What we do know is that theyre well have a lot of kids who came out to play for them this and that they are going to be ready to With the lack of informa tion on this years La Vernia team available to the Canyon coaching much of what they have planned is based on what they saw in last years season opener at Canyon came out on top 146 in a very close That loss was the Bears only one all season until they lost to Wimberley in the bidistrict round of the Class 3A state We got a big interception late in the game to keep them out of the end Davis See Page 6A
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