New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 23, 2005, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 23, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A HERALDZEITUNO September 2005 Zane Granzin displays his Unicorn SPORTS Staying perfect SV hopes to come out 40 HERALDZEITUNG To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by omail at [email protected] THE DAILY 265A awaits Rangers Smitltson Valley hosts SA Churchill in league football opener for both teams lime Astros at Cubbies Houston hopes to hang onto wildcard lead following series at Chicago Back hi the saddle After MNF loss to Cowboys hoping to pounce on San Francisco Time FOX SIDELINES From staff reports LOCAL NB VOLLEYBALL TIME CHANGE New Braunfels has rescheduled its varsity volleyball game for tonight to at Both of the subvar sity games have been can TSR POSTPONES EVENT The Texas Ski Ranch Fall wakeboarding and extreme sports festival scheduled to begin today has been postponed to NBCA pounds RRCA By Chuck Hughes Sports Correspondent ROUND ROCK The New Braunfels Christian Academy Wildcats hit the road Thursday and throttled the host Round Rock Chris tian Crusaders 480 in a six man football Stalwart tailback Kurt Messenger led the way with two touchdowns while backfield mate Lance Charl not to be scampered for two scores of his Josh Zachary Davis and quarter back Jonathan Henderson scored one touchdown apiece and Dustin Bryant converted three twopoint kicks to round out the scor It was a wideopen game for said NBCA head coach John Our kids played hard and a lot of them got into the Everyone played but I was especially pleased with how Micah Brown and Josh Dietert played They were both in on numerous sacks and Zach Davis had an Also making their pres ence felt defensively were Shawn Jordan John Deet jen and Jordan Edwards also saw a lot of action on The Wildcats came out of the game injuryfree and are now 32 on the Their next action is another road contest next Friday at San Antonio Town Bobcats play close game at Aggieland COLLEGE STATION AP Reggie McNeal threw for 317 yards and two touch and Texas beat Texas State 4431 in a stadi um rendered unusually bare and an area choked with evacuating traffic as Hurri cane Rita crept closer on Thursday Jason Carter caught eight passes for 219 yards and a touchdown for Texas which had asked fans outside the rural college See Page 8A Homecoming Cat Fight District 274A All District Canyon Lake Travis Burnet Cougars open up to pound Panthers By Rick Breland Staff Writer Chase Wilke rushed for a seasonhigh 182 yards and two touchdowns on Home coming night to lead Canyon to a 3412 drubbing of Medi na The win extended Canyons win streak to four on the sea son and allowed he Cougars to keep their spotless record we did a few things right Canyon coach Les Davis The offensive line blocked very They Medina Valley were doing some things to take away our favorite but the kids adapted well and Chase ran die ball hard and that allowed us to come away with the Wilke has rushed for over 100 yards in each of Canyons games and has racked up 640 yards on the ground this sea which has him near the top of the state in Class His 100yard games have become the but Davis said he is still seeing Wilke get better each The tiling that stood out tonight is that now he is mn ning with Davis said of the You see a lot of times when wed run the He was read the block and made the That is why he was able to get a few extra While Wilke churned out yardage for the Cougars the Canyon defense had one of its best outings of the season in holding Medina Valley 32 to just 214 yards The bulk of that 40 30 22 12 22 14 00 00 00 00 00 00 Marble Falls Dripping Springs New Braunfels Last weeks games Open Canyon Austin Crockett Marble Falls 37 Springs 17 Austin Bowie NB 21 Lake Travis Lockhart 14 San Marcos Burnet 32 Thursdays games New Braunfels Del Valle 7 Canyon Medina Valley 12 Springs Johnston 20 Todays games Lake Travis is idle Burnet at Austin Reagan Austin Lanier at Marble Falls Unicorns hammer Cards for first win By Will Wright Sports Editor New Braun fels Unicorns finally broke through with the seasons first victory annihilating the Del Valle Cardinals 457 at Veterans It was the best effort of the year on both sides of the ball for MANDY Canyons Jaimin Shah hauls in a pass during the Cougars 3412 victory over Medina Valley inThursdays Homecoming game at Cougar came in the fourth quarter only 97 yards in the first half They lined up in the after Canyon had inserted a and didnt get up their sec spread and tried to fool you number of ond rushing first down until The Panthers were held to the fourth See Page 7A Sammy Anderson Rangers host Chargers in 265A opener MANDY Smithson Valley head coach Larry Hill left and assistant TonyTrevino are pensive on the sidelines during the seasons first win against Round Rock Rangers host SA Churchill tonight in the 265A By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY The old cliche about district play starting a new season is alive and well at Smithson whose football coach lives by those kinds of say In this you always start with who had that one loss to Copperas Rangers coach Larry Hill MacArthur is undefeated as of midweek and have surprised some people I said at the begin ning of the season they so it didnt surprise Other teams are also play ing well Roo even the teams no one expected to play The next seven weeks will see if fifthranked Smithson Valley can win the District 265A title that eluded the Rangers last It might also illustrate just how far they can advance into the But first things are first starting with tonights game against the Churchill Charg ers theyre a good program and have a team thats veiy Hill District 265 A All District SA Reagan 31 10 Smithson Valley 30 00 Converse Judson 21 00 SA Roosevelt 21 00 SA Madison 11 00 SA Churchill 12 00 12 SA MacArthur 31 01 Last weeks games Open ChurchillJR MacArthur Boerne 17 SA Jay Reagan 7 Seguin SA Lee 9 Madison at SA OConnor Thursdays games Reagan MacArthur 20 Lee at late Todays Churchijl at Madison at Theyve just had some disappointing In both games they lost they threw the ball deep in the end zone to win it so they could easily be Last Smithson Valley played a nearcomplete game to defeat Churchill 22 The defense led the holding the Chargers to minus18 yards rushing in the second half and 32 for New Braunfels 1 4 which avoided the schools first 05 start in 50 Jacob Galle gos had a big kicking a field six extra points and scoring on an 8yard run that gave the Unicorns an insur Daniel mountable Cardenas 240 lead with left in the first Its been a long wait Im so proud of these said Chuck who got his first victory as Unicorns They faced so much adver but they just stuck with it and stuck with it each I was also proud of them at the We tried to have a goalline stand and we had subs in there and they tried so hard for the I cant say how proud I am of the Ronald Reeds 6yard TD run with left was die lone score for the Cardinals who finished the night with just 143 New Braunfels finished with a season high in points scored yardage 385 and first downs I think the biggest thing for us was coming out and play ing well in the first The reason for that is because we came out Caniford We just let it and when they did good things Zach Rhodes completed 15 of 29 passes for 228 He scored on a 39yard run in the first half and added scoring See Page 7A See Page 7A ;