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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 27, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Cougars cheerleader Catrina Palmer watches the SPORTS August HERALDZErruNG Page 7A COMING SUNDAY How they fared New BraunfelsStephenville To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org THE DAILY FraulelnVolleyfest Smithson Valley in 36team tournament Time all day Canlford debuts with NB New coach guides Unicorns for first time against 6ranked Stephenville Time KGNBAM1420 Astros out west Houston wraps up its threegame series against LAs Dodgers Time KGNBAM1420 SV gels past airminded 3715 Defense comes through in 2nd half By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY Round Rock Westwood and Smithson Valley waged an offensive battle Friday night at Ranger But in the as it usually does for the defense sealed the Sixthranked Smithson Val ley withstood early firebombs from the Warriors and held them to only 64 yards and without a score in the second half to post a 3715 triumph in the season opener for both The who totaled 487 yards survived a brutal first half defensively that saw them surrender 303 But they buckled down after using wideouts Cody Beyer and Clay Fuller as decoys to help fuel a running game that came Blake Schrock rushed 15 times for 135 yards and a pair of while sopho more scatback Trent Rios car ried only six times for 115 yards including a 73yard score that sealed the game late in the third Thats the great thing about Cody and Clay you can affect the game even though youre not getting them the Rangers coach Larry Hill Fuller scored on a 70yard run on the games first play See Page 8A SMTTHSON VALLEY RR WESTWOOD IS Westwood 12 3 0 0 15 Valley 14 9 7 7 37 First quarter SV Clay Fuller 70 run David Sweet WW Matt Cavanaugh 22 SV Blake Schrock 8 run Sweet WW Andy McClain 62 pass from Chase Rich kick WW Cavanaugh 36 Second quarter SVSweet31 SV Stephen Hall 3 pass from Cody Beyer pass WW Cavanaugh 32 Third quarter SV Rios 73 run Sweet Fourth quarter SV Schrock 8 run Sweet HMMH statistics ww sv First downs 18 22 1328 43363 Passing 340 129 Total yards 368 492 Passes CAI 25491 13200 Fumbleslost 00 61 1162 545 Individual statistics RUSHING Westwood Chase Rich 5 McCormick 14 Andrew Gomez 519 Steven Sultzbaugh 118 Andy Stockberger 11 Valley Clay Fuller 374 Sean Hall 58Trent Rios 6115 Bryan Hill 921 Blake Schrock 15135 Cody McKinney 48 Cody Beyer 12 PASSING Westwood Rich 25 491 340 Valley Hill 12190 126 Beyer 1103 RECEIVING McClain 6115 Sultzbaugh 11129 McCormick 683 Lee Bratcher 14 Beyer 4 Henry 1 12 Schrock 216 Stephen Hall 13 Jamie Franklin 114 Fuller 222 McKinney 17 MANDY Smithson Valleys Clay Fuller races upfield for a 70yard score on the first play from scrimmage during the Rangers 3715 win over Round Rock Cougars score almost at will to paste Bears DAVID Canyon running back Chase Wilke finds some daylight for a good gain during the Cougars 457 victory over La By Rick Breland Staff Writer Big plays were the story Friday night as Canyon scored six five of those on plays of greater than 30 en route to winning 457 in its season opener against La Vernia at Cougar We had a lot of big and a lot of our plays that werent big plays were close to being big Canyon coach Les Davis Our offense mixed it up very well We threw the ball well in and obviously we ran die ball veiy Cameron Henk provided big plays through the air and on the Henk was the first Cougar to score when he caught a 39 yard pass from Kunz with 25 sec onds left to play in the first quarter putting Canyon up Two possessions Henk came in at quarterback and scored from 32 yards out on a draw to extend Canyons lead to Running back Chase Wilke piled up 113 yards and a touchdown on the allowing the Cougars to con trol the ball and the clock for most of the Wilke led all but was taken out of the game midway through the third quarter with Canyon hold ing on to a comfortable 380 Chase played really well for us Davis He made some nice made some really good deci and was very close to breaking some big Adrian Hilburn lead all receivers with 58 including Canyons longest See Page 8A FRIDAYS SCORES Smithson Valley RR Westwood 15 Canyon La Vernia 7 Marion Karnes City 13 Navarro late Caniford era begins tonight for Unicorns By Will Wright Sports Editor KILLEEN Chuck Cani fords time has New Braunfels 18th foot ball coach will finally lead the Unicorns into battle today against 6ranked Stephenville at at Leo Buck ley Stadium in Chuck Caniford selected in April from a pool of over 50 candi has been work ing hard ever since taking the Hes had to hire new assistants offensive coordinator Chris defensive coordinator Thomas Sitton and lineback ers coach Jason Wagner among them as well as get to know the Caniford has been at whirl wind pace since twoadays began After three two scrimmages and a whole lot in the new coach doesnt seem fazed about his debut Its an important game but I dont think nerves is the way to describe he I think its more anxious than any thing Im anxious to see how our kids can perform against one of the top ranked teams in the Last year at the Texas Foot ball Preseason Classic in San Antonios the Yel low Jackets took a 146 Turnovers deep in their own territory cost the upstaging a good perform ance by the Those are the kinds of things you cant do against a team like Caniford When you get scoring See Page 8A FRAULEIN VOLLEYFEST FRIDAYS AREA TEAM RESULTS Canyon JJ Pearce 25 2521 Smithson Valley Keller 2523 New Braunfels Harker Heights 2513 Bowie Canyon 2515 New Braunfels Brenham 2520 Canyon Calallen 25 2725 New Braunfels Arlington 2512 Smithson Valley JJ Pearce 2522 Unicorns win first three to advance to Fraulein semifinal By Will Wright Sports Editor Playing your best volleyball against the best teams is the goal for any team at a Doing so at the Fraulein Volleyfest means consistent ly performing New Braunfels managed to pull it winning all three of its games Fri The Unicorns defeated Marker Brenham ranked 3 in Class 4A and Arlington High to advance to todays noon semifinal against Austin Westlake at Unicorn Brenham is one of the best 4A teams in this Unicorns coach Phyllis Fowler The whole team played great they played steady and solid all I cant single anyone out they just played well They all just held their own out there and were doing some great Canyon and Smithson Valley had some humps in their secondround games Friday at the twoday tourna Both teams easily defeated their first opponents before falling against two of the states best Austin led by sixfoot Divi sion Ibound hitters Becky Perry and Becky downed the Cougarettes The Rangers were victimized by Cedar Parks stellar passing game in a The Cougarettes were simply out matched against Bowie as Per bound for the University of Wash had 16 kills and head ed to finished with In both games die Bulldawgs staged runs to put away the They broke a 12alJ de hi die first game with a 90 scoring In the sec they pulled away with a 157 run to seal the win and advance to the third Chelsea Zunker and Kirby Krueger each managed three kills against the hardhitting who controlled die net from beginning to Those girls were mar veled Canyon coach 1 leather Sanders of Bowies Especially against our 57 middle Its one thing for us to play over our but against those Division 1 players its something Canyon was unable to sustain a passing Sanders For us to be able to compete against teams like diat we have to pass she We needed to pass perfecdy against Sanders squad defeated Richard son Pearce in die first winning Courtney Bird led widi eight kills Nikki Kruse and Lacy Red wine had nine and eight respec Kirby Krueger and Laura Wells each had one and Krueger had 20 Smithson Valley 92 was the vic tim of its own mistakes against the 10ranked Lady Wolves Cedar Park took advantage of several mishits by the Rangers to roar out to a 82 lead in die first Aces by Zan ny Castillo pout die Wolves up 124 and diey never looked See Page 8A
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