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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 30, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A November COMING UP Thursday Basketball NB boys at Schertz Clemens tournament SV boys at Seguin tour nament SV girls at Canyon Cougarette Classic Friday Basketball NB boys at Schertz Clemens tournament SV boys at Seguin tour nament SV girls at Canyon Cougarette Classic Swimming NB at TISCA meet Saturday Football 5A Smithson Valley SA 1 Comalander San Antonio 4A Canyon CC 3 Victoria Memorial Basketball NB boys at Schertz Clemens tournament SV boys at Seguin tour nament SV girls at Canyon Cougarette Classic 5 Basketball NB boys at B 6 Basketball Kerrville Tivy at SV Bastrop at Canyon 8 NB girls at SA 8 Medina Valley at Canyon SV girls Temple in 8 Basketball SV boys at River City Classic tourna ment NB girls at Hays tourna ment 9 Basketball SV boys at River City Classic tourna ment NB girls at Hays tourna ment Canyon girls at SV girls at Converse Judson tournament 10 Basketball SV boys at River City Classic tourna ment NB girls at Hays tourna ment SV girls at Converse Judson tournament Swimming NB at County Invitational 13 Basketball Canyon boys at San 8 Burnet at NB 8 Marble Falls at Canyon 8 Fredericksburg at SV 8 Swimming NB at TISCA meet 16 Basketball San Marcos at NB 8 SV boys at Harlandale Tournament Canyon girls at 8 Roosevelt at SV 6 17 Basketball SV boys at Harlandale Tournament SPORTS SHORTS NB Junior Basketball LMQIM Saturday is the final day to regis ter for the NB Junior Basketball League at Vivroux Sporting Tryouts will be held at New Braun fels Middle School Boys and girls in fourth grade will begin at with tryouts held at grade grade and grades 78 at A late registration fee of will be accepted at the Call Sandra Shelton at Lady Soccer Tkyouta The Under11 New Braunfels Lady Rapids select soccer team is seeking players bom between 1994 and July Call Tiffany Pickens at CLYSCSoecar louffMfnant The Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club CLYSC will host the Dam 3 3 soccer tournament for youth and adult teams on 1718 at the Hidden Valley Sports located on the South Access Road across from the Canyon Lake Cost is per Registration deadline is Applications are available at The New Braunfels Wrestling Club is beginning its season for intermediate and advanced Practices are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at our location on Hwy next to the NBU Service Cen Dues are per For call coach Paul Guen ther at TSU Pitching Clinic Texas State pitching coach John Maley will host the 12th annual Holiday Pitching 17 at Sullivan Field on the University of the Incarnate Word campus In San The time for ages 1013 will be 11 the high school clinic will run from Fees are Call Maley at 2106823120 or Pete Magre at COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 9A Offense has improved behind line Ewing The line is one of the rea sons why Canyon is where it and numbers bear that which averaged yards per game during its 82 run in averaged in its first 10 games this Why Senior leader ship and the coach Theyve done a tremen dous job all Davis Its fun having a group of seniors with a little experi ence and the intelligence to make adjustments during the middle of ball It helps us as coaches to make the changes we need to Theyve done a great Ralph switched over from left guard to succeed Darren Billiot at center when Billiot HOOPS CONTINUED FROM Page 9A Both teams to play in Seguin tourney in the Canyon opens the Matador Tournament at 10 Friday against another Ken nys used to coach at Corpus Christi Flour Bluff and now is in his first sea son with the Lockhart Hays Consolidated New Braunfels 61 After spending the first two weeks on the the Uni corns finally had their home opener against the Rebels 3 They led 3433 at halftime before Hays took over in the second It was probably our most complete game so Uni corns coach Chris Dial We just came up short at the Shane Fisher scored 23 Tony Valadez had Join us for a memorable week of nature zip giant banana splits and much more December 26 December 30 from 9 am to 5 pm and are designed for boys and girls ages Cost per week For more information please call Andy 6259105 j Collectible mug now available for a limited time at Main Street and participating downtown For more information contact Main Street 252 WASSAILFEST is December 69PM in beautiful Downtown New Braunfels went to the defensive Steven Davis and who alternated in certain offensive situations last flip flopped at the end spot this Morrison succeeded who switched to the right and Ward moved from tackle to The coach said even though all seven are there was a lot they had to pick up on in a short They did because their varsity experienced shortened the learning The thing about this years group is that they understand the game Davis Said Davidson It makes it easier when you have experi ence because weve all worked with each other The linemen said all of the opposing lines theyve faced this season were like LaVernias and werent as Neither was New they All of they made up for their lack of size with a lot of It was much the same last week in the regional semifinal against But after the Yellowjackets open ing scoring Canyon was nt The Cougars got down to We just made up our minds that we were going to dominate Ward And the Cougars as a ground game that had slept in opening playoff wins over Ker rville Tivy and Austin LBJ came to Running back Chase Wilke picked up 188 yards on 23 carries as the Cougars Blocking for Wilke and quar terback Kunzhas been the linemens charge this They make it easy on us when we run the said who has 424 yards and nine touchdowns rushing added to his yards and 10 TDs They create the big and all we have to do is run through who has rushed for yards and 25 always credits his line for his individual But he particularly impressed one moment this In the Burnet we were struggling at Ralph One play that really pumped us up was when he got tripped up and he bearcrawled another 10 15 We saw that and went Wow he wont be Canyon won that 35 in the same fashion as its other The players stay calm in tight and no one ever blames each oth er for missed That only happens in Ewing The players dont see this weeks test as being any bet ter or worse for the Calallen 121 has the tradi tion Canyon would love to Of as Davidson When you get to the everybodys going to be The Cougars match well with the which are a wellcoached Individually weve seen a lot but as a team theyre one of the best weve Steven Davis Ogle has paid attention to what coach Davis has encour aged the team to do this week focus on Calallens team instead of being wowed by all that If the next step then Were very good at looking1 at whats in front of us and not looking too far down the he Weve been told to take it one week at a and Calallen is just the team to focus Theyre going to be pretty As seasons this one has been pretty special for the who are playing like there isnt a A lot of us are going to be through after the next few weeks and were never going to play football Davidson This is the way to make the most of and theres no better way to do it than by winning We just keep pushing for ward to that goal every Chris Albright added seven and Nick Miner had six for the Uni corns who trailed 1913 after the first We scored eight points in the first minute of the second Dial adding Albright scored five of those off the Nick Miner played well against their top Johnny who came in aver aging over 20 points but wound up with Fisher and Dial controlled the with Fish er scoring 13 of his total in the fourth Dial said the Unicorns need to improve on freethrow shooting they were 9 of 16 in the but are getting clos er to coming They will open the Schertz Clemens tour nament against the host Buf faloes at 8 GIRLS New Braunfels San Marcos 50 SAN MARCOS The Uni corns got some key shots down the stretch by Ashley who went 8 of 8 from the freethrow to notch the win over the Class 5A Lady Rattlers Its our best win of the for New Braunfels head coach Lance Hughey said after his team evened its season record at San Marcos was really They took with three minutes left and we outscored them 93 over last three Kellie Thomas had 17 Zephani Benitez added Bianca Harper had nine and Bevil scored eight for New Ashley basically won the game for But our kids really played Its the first time weve come back from a deficit that and it was important for our New Braunfels will open the Canyon Cougarette Classic against Manor at Del Valle Canyon 31 DEL VALLE The Cougarettes played as well as they could against the Lady Cards which over whelmed them on the Brittani who just moved up from the junior var led Canyon with nine Cheryl Nixon scored Kendra Clayton had four and Kristen Mueller and Bo Warm scored three each for the Cougarettes Joan Friesen hahn and Katie Korioth had two each and Robin Prosha had one for The Cougarettes trailed 187 after the first period and 298 at They jumped on us and we just werent able to Canyon coach Terry Tennell I saw some good but we have other things we need to work The Cougarettes will play SA Jefferson in the first round of the Cougarette Classic at Schertz Clemens Smithson Valley 29 SMITHSON VALLEY Injuries have gotten to the Rangers for the second straight season under coach Brady and they werent any help in a 23point Mallory Meyers scored 11 Brittany Arredondo scored Jessica Martin had four and Page Piatnik had three for Smithson Valley which lost Mallory Craig and Laci Bird and has dropped its last five Smithson Valley had 38 turnovers against the Lady who led from start to fin The Rangers will play Justin Northwest at Thurs day in the first round of the Cougarette Marion Jourdanton 34 The Lady Bulldogs got 14 points and eight boards from Shannon Froboese and 10 points each from MacKenzie Ali Eri ca Sosa and Megan Delgado to improve to 51 on the Sosa had eight boards and five assists and four Del gado added four assists and four steals and Albrecht finished with five steals for which begins its 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