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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas CHS cheerleader Randi SPORTS October 2005 HERALDZEITUNO Page 5A HERALDZETTUNG SV hosts Madison for district football To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com THE DAILY Comal County clincher NB win at Dripping Springs can put Cougars in state Time KGNBAM1420 26SA battle royale Smithson Valley hosts SA Madison in tussle for the district football Time Churchill play for second Chargers play rubber game to decide secondplace volleyball spot in Ttme Unicorns going for regional ring By Will Wright Sports Editor SAN NewBraun fels tennis team is more tal ented and hungry going into todays Class 4ARegion IV it hopes all those attributes return the school to the state meet for the first time since In the past few the Unicorns have been the bridesmaids of sorts in regional They usual ly win their only to bow to Boerne or Alamo Heights a few steps short of making Thats what theyre hoping to change during this twoday The last two years weve played them New Braunfels 24thyear head coach David Mueller said of the Greyhounds and this year will be Out team is better than its Right its hard not to look I dont know who were playing in the first but hopefully well get that opportunity to play Heights Four teams are ranked in the states top 10 by the Texas Tennis coaches the regional is rated fourth New Braunfels Corpus Christi Flour Bluff sixth and Boerne Those in are the top four regional seeds that were announced late Heights and Boerne finished 12 in District meaning they will Photo submitted The New Braunfels tennis team is deep and talented heading into todays Class 4ARegion IV seeded are seeking their first regional title since compete on different sides of the New Braunfels defeated the Greyhounds 108 last year before bowing to in the New Braunfels returns top players in sophomore Ashley Turpin and sen ior both of whom fin ished as silver medalists at last springs UIL state We have a stronger team this year because all of the players are highly said Turpin of the Unicorns as gauged by the USTA junior All of us compete in extra tournaments all the time outside of Turpin and Hendrie each play in 1 singles and doubles but New Braunfels strength isnt only skin It ranges throughout the lineup in both down to 6 singles and 3 Thats the to be stronger in the 456 Mueller The key matches are those which determine the outcome because theyre the last ones to go Alamo Heights Tennis Center will headquarter the which will also stage matches at McFarlin See Page 7A Canyon teams place at 274A long distance meet By Will Wright Sports Editor BURNET New Braunfels boys and girls teams and Canyons boys team all placed within the top three squads at Thursdays District 274A cross country meet and will advance to next weeks Region IV Both New Braunfels teams fin ished sec and Canyons boys came in third during the New Braun fels had two boys finish in the top while the Unicorns girls led by silver winner Stevi Armstrong had seven receive Burnets boys won with 27 with New Braunfels fin ishing with 89 and Canyon in third with Dripping Springs girls narrowly outpointed New See Page 7A Stevi Armstrong Canyon downs Medina Valley Thirdranked Vista Ridge is next for Cougarettes MANDY Canyons Laura Wells 15 and Danielle Mittelstadt go high to make a block against Medina Valleys Amanda Hilbig night during the Cougarettes three game victory over the Panthers in the teams Class 4A bidistrict By Will Wright Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO Canyon was all business Thursday night in its Class 4A bidistrict volleyball playoff against Med ina The Cougarettes were focused and exe cuted with precision in staging a victory at the Alamo Convocation Cen We played I The girls were and they were Canyon coach Heather Sanders said follow ing the victory that took only 58 minutes to Their playoff shirts say Go Time and it ranked eighth in the advances to play thirdranked District 264A champion Cedar Park Vista Ridge 321 at Tues day in Marble Medina the District 284A thirdplace never led at any point in any The Panthers 2016 pinned their hopes on outside hitter Kaci who came in averaging kills per game but finished with nine in Thursdays We thought Kaci wasnt really a Sanders She got a couple of but they had very few opportuni ties to get the ball to So we did what we had to The 274A cochampion Cougarettes 2810 had clinching runs in each They rattled off a 90 run in the had a 102 run in the second and added a 100 skein in the Canyons strategy was to capitalize with dinks and offspeed spikes into Medina Valleys scoring almost with We came in a little too keyed and that affected our Panthers coach Darcy Presley Canyon had excellent ball They passed well and were a very solid They played and they were the better team Medina Valley had three ties and managed only three threepoint runs during the The Panthers consis tently erred at the net and on which thwarted any offensive on the other finished with 10 Three in a row by Courtney Bird gave the Cougarettes a 92 advan tage in the third and they nev er looked We really served well Sanders Kirby Krueger had four aces and 23 assists Brandie DeBacker had eight kills and Chelsea Zunker added Kelly Rotzler had five with Nikki Kruse and Lacey Shedrock adding four Lexie Tara Smith and Danielle Mittelstadt had blocks For the Renae See Page 7A NB can lock up playoff berth at Dripping Springs By Will Wright Sports Editor DRIPPING the Canyon Cougars of all folks will be rooting for the New Braunfels Thats not a A win by the Unicorns 35 overall 21 in Dis trict274A overthe Tigers will put both Comal County teams into the state And it will come without the headache and heartache of a winnertakeall situ ation in next weeks Wurst Unicorns coach Chuck wants his team to win because its a win thatll get them Its the biggest game of the year because a win puts us into the play he But its an opportuni ty for us to realize one of our goals since the beginning of the which is to make the Dripping Springs began 274A play 20 after wins over Burnet and Marble teams that are now MANDY New Braunfels players take a water break during the waning seconds in the first half of the Unicorns 4922 victory over New Braunfels goes for a playoff spot tonight at Dripping eliminated from It did nt look like much in a 387 loss at home to Canyon last But it will have the burners on Because the Tigers end trie season at unbeaten Lake tonight will likely be their only shot at the Dripping Springs has some play off chances of their so I think youre going to see two very hungry Caniford I think they have a good football They have a lot of speed and a defense thats They have a good run ning back Wes two quar terbacks who throw fairly well Travis Mosty and Jordan Moore and size at certain Its going to be a tough The Tigers operate out of the I formation on which shifts into a spread at The the same kind of 33 stack or 50 alignment the Unicorns saw last week against is unpre Caniford said in Dripping Springs 387 loss to Canyon last Mosty ran most of the Tigers The defense didnt though it may choose to do so See Page 6A NEW BRAUNFELS M AT DRIPPING SPWNGS M Stadium Radio KGNBAM students at gate Getting them Take 306 west to Purgatory Take a right on Purgatory and continue to FM Take a right onto FM 32 and proceed to RR Take a left onto RR 12 and proceed to US Take a Take another left onto Tiger Lane and the Last yean New Braunfels Dripping Springs 0 THE UNICORNS District 274A record 21 Coach Chuck Caniford 35 at New Braunfels 1028 in his fourth sea son overall Last week New Braunfels Burnet 22 Offense Multiple Defense Multiple Top players OB Zach Rhodes WRDB Kurtis Kostan DB Levi Blakeman RB Jeremy Erben THE TIGERS District 274A record 21 Coach Howard Ballad 5251 in his 10th season at Dripping Springs and overall Last week Canyon Dripping Springs 7 Offense Multiple I Defense Stack Top players 06 Jordan OB Travis RB Wes Jackson GAME OUTLOOK New Brauntete The Unicorns have won three of their last four games and can clinch a playoff berth with a victory They are averaging 350 yards on offense and surrendering on Rhodes has rushingpassing yards and has accounted tor 22 Kostan had caught 47 passes for 887 yards and 10 Dripping Springs After starting district the Tigers need this one to stay in playoff Last they failed to show against which raced out to a 140 lead arid never looked Jackson has 912 yards and 14 IDs QBs Moore and Mosty have combined for yards and 13 scores The Tigers are averaging yards on but are yielding yards on defense a figure that bal looned after they allowed Canyon more than 400 yards
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