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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 5 HERALDZErnwo November NB girls soccer coach Al Hardwood fight SV hoopsters stage area battlei HERALDZEITUNG To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at sports@heraldzeitung.com THE DAILY Canyon hosts Smlthson Valley Cougars welcome Rangers in Comal boys hoop Time Cougarette Classic begins Canyons annual girls basketball tournament features nine area Time 11 RangersMavericks rematch District 265A cochamps face each other for 5AI1 Region Time SIDELINES From wire reports kQCAL CANYON PLAYOFF TICKETS Tickets to Saturdays 2 Canyon Corpus Christ Calallen 4AII Region IV football title game at Victoria Memorial will be sold at the Canyon front office from 8 Wednesday and Thursday and from 8 Adult tickets are for All seats at the gate will be sv PLAYOFFTICKETS Tickets to Saturdays 1 SmithsonValleySA Madison 5AII Region IV football tide game at San Antonios Comalander Stadium will be sold Wednesday from 8 at the Smithson Valley fieldhouse Thursday from 811 and at the fieldhouse and from in the cafe teria and Friday from 811 at the fieldhouse and from in the Reserved adult tickets are for general admission and for All seats at the gate will be cash STATE IRVINS STORIES CONFLICTWhen Piano police found drug para phernalia in Michael Irviris car mer Dallas Cowboys star Its my he left it in contradict ing what he said Sunday and again Monday after The quote was included on a court docu ment obtained by The Dallas Morning now an NFL analyst for told The Associated Press and repeated in an inter view Monday with ESPN that the drug pipe found in his during a traffic stop belonged to a named among 25 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of was pulled over for going 78 mph in a 60 mph Although he also was cited for failing to sig nal while changing lanes and for failing to carry his drivers he was not ticketed for those two vio A routine comput er search turned up an outstanding arrest warrant for a speeding ticket in That led to the vehicle being Irvin was released after paying a fine for the arrest warrant and a Johnson The paraphernalia charge is a Class C punishable by up to a SVs Beyer welcomed to Army AllAmerican team SAM ROBERTS PHOTOGRAPHY Smithson Valley receiver Cody Beyer holds up the jersey hell wear in the Army AllAmerjcan high school football allstar game 7 in the nation allytelevised event features the top prep players from throughout the Joining him Monday Army Staff game organizer Matt and Smithson Valley football coach and athletic director Larry By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY Cody Beyer joined the Army Monday Smithson Valleys top receiver the past two seasons formally accepted an invita tion to the Army Ail American the nations top high school allstar which will be played 7 in San Antonios Cody demonstrates how like the makes you a stronger person not just for but into the A national audience will see this when he takes the field in the Army AilAmeri can said Thomas director of strate gic outreach for the Army Accessions a 180pound was one of 400 players Soccer season gets a monthlong jumpstart this year Photos by MANDY The New Braunfels girls team was out on the field joining area teams for the first day of Coach Al top addresses the as Danielle bot tom right and Brianna top bounce the and spar with Soccer games can offi cially begin Colts defense dominate Steelers 267 to go 110 INDIANAPOLIS AP The Indianapolis Colts are shoving aside challengers as if theyll never be Now the Pittsburgh Steel ers are out of the From their first offensive play Monday the unbeaten Colts dominated the winning their 11th straight game Pey ton Manning hit a streaking Marvin Harrison in stride for an 80yard and the Colts never looked Now they can look forward to the final month of what is becoming an extraordinary The llth team ever to go 110 and the first since Denver in the Colts have beaten three of their main AFC competitors the Bengals and Steelers 74 in a span of four While there are some sig nificant obstacles ahead in their quest to match the 1972 Miami Dolphins perfect reg ular such as meetings with San Jacksonville and the Colts should be favored in all five remain ing In shutting down Pitts burgh with a aggres sive defense that yielded only 197 the Colts also end ed a sevengame slide in this series dating to Man ning hurdled his New Eng land jinx on a Monday night at the beginning of Novem and he got his first career victory over Pittsburgh to fin ish off the month They handed Steelers quar terback Ben Roethlisberger his first road defeat he was but couldnt do much in his first game back after miss ing three weeks because of knee The Colts also set a fran chise record with a 10th straight home win in earning their 400th combining the years in Baltimore and Edgerrin James became the first rusher to gain 100 yards against Pittsburgh in 23 running for 124 on 29 By berger led the Steelers in j rushing with 21 yards until j Willie Parker broke a 24yard run in the final The only time Manning had faced the Steelers before in his eightyear career was a 2810 loss at Pittsburgh in He passed for 304 yards and a but was intercepted three On this he began another Colts hitting Harrison behind Ike Taylor just into the nominated nationally and one of 78 selected to partici pate by the Army All American Bowl Selection Beyer has caught 111 pass es for yards and 14 touchdowns for the Rangers the past two Also the teams hes had 59 for a 36yard average during that He was named to the HeraldZeitungs Comal County team last when he also received unanimous District 265A honors and was named to The Associated Press and Texas Sports Writers Associations allstate who will help lead the 121 Rangers in Saturdays Class 5ADivision II Region IV title game against San Antonio has signed a letter of intent to play for Texas He hopes to join the Aggies early next cans top coach on defense COLLEGE Texas defensive coordi nator Carl Torbush was fired on the first casually from the Aggies disappointing 56 its second losing record in three seasons under head coach Dennis Fran Franchione announced the firing in an email Monday Texas defense was ranked 108th out of 117 Divi sion IA schools and its pass defense was the worst in the The Aggies allowed a whopping yards per game and gave up points a The Aggies even struggled with Division IAA Texas allowing the Bobcats to pile up 493 yards and 22 first downs in a 4431 Texas After evaluating our I felt like it was in the best interest of our football program to make a change at defensive Fran chione said in the I think Carl is an outstand ing person and an excellent but for whatever rea we were not effective on Franchione said he would begin a national search for a replacement The Aggies entered the sea son ranked 17th in The Associ ated Press but lost their opener to Clemson and never entered the poll They lost their final four games of the including an embarrassing 5617 loss to Texas Texas finished its sea son on Friday with a 4029 loss to 2 We didnt get the job done on defense and that was my Torbush said in the I commend the players for giving great effort and I appreciate the coaches who continued to One thing I thought was evident was this group refused to Torbush came to College Station in December 2002 after serving as Alabamas defensive coordinator under Franchione for two seasons and served in that capacity at North Carolina and Ole   

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