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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 30, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon football player Matt Moreno rests during SPORTS November HERALDZEITUNG Page 9A COMING THURSDAY H SV gets defensive A look at the Rangers defensive To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org THE DAILY Cougarette Classic begins Canyons annual girls basketball tournament features nine area Ttme RangersMavericks rematch District 265A cochamps face each other for 5AH Region IV Time 1 Canyon Calallen Cougars face Wildcats in 4AII Region IVfootball title Ttme 2 KNBTFM SIDELINES From wire reports LOCAL CANYON PLAYOFF TICKETS Tickets to Saturdays 2 Canyon Corpus Christi Calallen 4AII Region IV football title game at Victoria Memorial will be sold at the Canyon front office from 8 today and Thursday and from 8 Adult tickets are for All seats at the gate will be SV PLAYOFF TICKETS Tickets to Saturdays I Smithson ValleySA Madison 5AII Region IV football titie game at San Antonios Comalander Stadium will be sold today from 8 at the Smithson Valley field house Thursday from 8 II and at the fieldhouse and from in the cafeteria and Friday from 811 at the field house and from in the cafe Reserved adult tick ets are for general admission and for stu All seats at the gate will be cash SPURS FEND OFF LAKERS Manu Ginobili scored 15 of his 22 points in the second half for the San Antonio who fended off late charge by the Los l0 Angeles Lalcers to post a 9084 victory on Tuesday The win was the Spurs sixth straight over the who played their first game in San Antonio under coach Phil Jackson since a victory over the Spurs in Game 5 of the 2004 playoffs on a lastsecond basket by Derek Kobe averaging better than 40 points in his last five struggled to get open shots while being defended by Bruce Bryant finished with 25 but shot Sasha Vujacic was fouled by Tony Parker while mak ing a 3pointer and he hit the free throw to trim the Spurs lead to 8379 with less than three minutes Ginobili and Michael Finley each made a pair of free throws for San but a 3pointer by Lamar Odom narrowed the difference to 8782 in the games final Tim Duncan made two free throws to give the Spurs a fivepoint lead with 15 seconds remain crowded by missed another long and Duncan was fouled again and he made one of the foul shots with seconds Duncan finished with 16 while Michael Finley had 12 and Bowen 11 on 5for 7 Odom scored 27 and had 16 rebounds for the Vujacic and Smush Parker each had 10 STATE UT DOWNS UTPAN AM LaMarcus Aldridge scored a careerhigh 23 points and grabbed 11 and Texas shook off poor shooting in the first half to beat Texas Pan Tucker added 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Longhorns off to their best start since win ning their first 14 games in the 198182 BAND OF BROTHERS MANDY Canyon offensive Brock Matt Joseph Eric Jeff Regan Morrison and Steven have helped better the Cougars offensive output by more than 100 yards per game this Cougars will play Corpus Christ Calallen Saturday in the Class 4AII state quarterfinal Cougars offensive linemen heart of teams focus this season By Will Wright Sports Editor There are small joys that come with advancing four rounds deep in the state foot ball The Canyon foot ball team is now enjoying the fruits marcbme with that terri To the working out on the hanging out together in the watching game films at each others houses while being fed by supportive parents comes with advancing to the state My dad has coached me all my tight end Steven Davis It never really hiPfne until after the New Braunfels when he said to me that he didnt want it to end because he doesnt want to stop coaching A month Canyon coach Les Davis is still coach ing his a member of the senior offensive line that has helped get the Cougars to this On theyll play Corpus Christi Calallen in a Class 4ADivision II state quarterfinal at Victoria Memo a tight is one of seven Oline starters for the 121 Center Eric right guard Joseph left guard Jeff Ewing and right tackle Matt Davidson are the returning starters from last years which now includes tight end Brbck Ogle and left tackle Regan Linemen dont get a lot of but Tuesday they spoke volumes about the char acter and persistence of this years which finished second in District defeated archrival New Braun fels and has now tied the 2003 and 1998 teams for the best run in school We worked hard as a fought through all of our hard ships and just pulled See Page 10A Canyon treetoppers prevail past SV Jackson scores New adds 20 for 16 Cougars By Will Wright Sports Editor Faced with trying to move moun Smithson Valley coach Allan Miller employed the zone against the Canyon Cougars Tuesday While the defense mightve cooled off Cougars twin towers Austin New and Isaiah Jackson at each play er took turns controlling the action for Canyon in an eventual 6850 victo ry at the Cougar The 6foot7 New scored 14 of his 20 points in the first and the 65 Jackson tallied 14 of his gamehigh 24 points in the second for Canyon 3 which led from start to Ive known Allan for a long time he was my assistant coach here for a number of and he hates zone and never wants to do Canyon coach Kenny Rotzler But he had to do something to counteract our size a little Rotzler said that zone forced Canyon into some bad shots from the perime but Smithson Valley 23 couldnt shoot well from the against the Canyon They didnt knock down that We werent quite as cold as they I Rotzler Smithson Valley did as well as it could against the which opened this week as the 16th ranked Class 4A team in the state by the Texas Basketball Coaches Theyre Miller Obvi we dont have anyone as tall as Austin and so we had a hard time matching Thats why we tried to zone which we hardly ever Neither team shot well to open the but the Cougars opened a gap MANDY Smithson Valleys Johnathan Johnson tries to shoot over Canyons Austin New 41 as Isaiah Jackson 22 and Cody Covington 32 look on during the Cougars 6850 win over the midway through the first as a pair of steals by Matt Zachary were converted on the other end by Jack who missed six of his first eight srmts from the Leading New took scoring on a great feed from Zachary and adding a putback that made it 1910 with left in the He added a pair of freethrows and a 10foot juniper to make it 2514 with The Cougars ended the half a 3 pointer by Shane OBrien and a steal of an inbounds pass and hoop by Cody Covington that made it 3218 Canyon at the Austin did a real good job in the first but I thought he got a little bit tired in the second Rotzler But the fivepoint play there at the end of the first half was big and gapped it for Jackson scored six of the Cougars first eight points in the second getting two buckets off steals in tran Isaiah is a big man to Hes a 65 and thats a tough match for a lot of people and its hard to them to said who also gave Zachary his He pushes the ball Hes got great vision and finds the open man and makes us better on the the coach He got a lot of steals out of the trap in our matchup Down 5232 going into the final Smithson Valley got going behind Brad Respondek and Taylor Respondek scored four of his 17 points and ONeal hit two 3point ers that cut the deficit to 6148 with to But thats as close as the Rangers We had the ball with a chance to cut it from there but couldnt do Miller But the kids played We didnt do everything we wanted to do out but you cant fault our Jackson had five steals and two rebounds for the News 10 rebounds gained him another dou bledouble and Covington had nine points and 12 boards for Mitch Keogh had 10 ONeal finished with eight and Johnathan Johnson and Justin Young each had four for Smithson which will play Austin Crockett in the first round of the Seguin Matador Classic at Hopefully well be able to get a win in the first round and then probably play a team weve already in the second Miller If we can win our first two we might see these guys again 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