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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A HERALDZEITUNO December 2005 SV Rangers cheerleader Casey SPORTS State semi preview Katy should put on defensive HERALpZEITlJWG To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com THE DAILY River City Classic Three area boys hoop teams compete in this years event at Canyon Time 6 Rangers and Wildcats SVtoplayKatyin5AlI state football semifinal SIDELINES From wire reports LOCAL SV PLAYOFFTICKETS Tickets to Saturdays 2 Smithson ValleyKaty Class 5ADivision II football state semifinal game at I loustons Tally Stadium will be sold today from 8 at the Smithson Valley field house Thursday from 811 and at the fleldhouse and from in the cafe teria and Friday from 811 at the fieldhouse and from in the Reserved adult tickets are and for All seats at the gate will be cash STATE FORMER BAYLOR COACH DIES John who spent 21 seasons as an assistant coach at Texas Tech and has died of a brain He was of died at a Waco hos pital said Georgia Jackson of Jackson Funeral Home in Former Baylor coach Grant Teaff hired Goodner as linebackers coach in a position he held until the close of the 1992 He also served as Baylors defensive coordi nator in Goodner men coached inside line backers at Texas Tech frdifiri1 1993 to 1999 under coach Spike Dykes and was defensive coordinator for his final five MAVS DOWN PACERS Dirk Nowitzki had 31 points and 11 rebounds Tuesday and the Dallas Mavericks pulled away in the closing min utes for an 8475 victory over the Indiana The playing their first game at home after a fivegame trip out cut a 14point Dallas lead to 7571 with under 4 min utes But Adrian Nowitzki and Marquis Daniels hit con secutive baskets for the and after a bas ket by Indianas Ron Nowitzki put the game out of reach with a 3pointer with 58 seconds Sarunas Jasikevicius finished the scoring for the Pacers with a pair of free Devin Harris added 15 points and Keith Van Horn had 11 for Jermaine ONeal led Indiana with 25 points and 13 and Artest added 15 points and five NATIONAL WOODS PGASTOP PLAYER Tiger Woods won the PGA lour player of the year award Tuesday for the seventh time in his nine full the final prize in a year that fea tured two major champi onships among his six tour It was the fifth time Woods has swept the three major awards the Jack Nicklaus Trophy as player of the the Arnold Palmer Award for leading the money list and the Byron Nelson Award for having the lowest scoring Dana who won the money title on the 50andolder cir won the Champions lour player of the while Jason Gore was the Nationwide Tour player of the Kansas City Invades Dallas Cowboys desperately needs win over Chiefs to stay in contention in NFC East lime KTSAAM550 SV goes deep to beat Tivy DAVID Smithson Valleys Justin Young 30 dribbles upcourt against KerrvilleTivys Jacob Frausto during the Rangers 5249 victory over the By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY At the beginning of the the Smithson Valley Rangers success hinged upon the hot hand of Brad nine games in finds the Rangers a more complete basketball as several players are now answering the That was true Tuesday as Justin Youngs hoop and foul shot with seconds left helped the Rangers to a 5249 victory over Kerrville Tivy at Ranger The threepoint play gave the upandcoming Young eight points three nights after his alltourney selection in Seguins Matador But others stepped into the fray for the Rangers including Camron Johnathan Taylor ONeal and Ryan whose play caused fits for Tivys goto inside Trailing 124 to start the game and 3228 at the Rangers found a way to overcome Tivy big men Reza Farahani and Craig Farahani scored 18 of his 22 in the first half and Rhyne fin ished with but foul woes kept him out of his Theyve got some big ol boys and Rhyne and Fara hani hurt us early Smith son Valley coach Allan Miller We werent getting any solid backside help but as the game the kids began to understand where the backside help needed to come from and we began to get That forced them into some and they only hit one the entire Respondek led Smithson Valley 54 with 20 but Young played key roles inside and in It just cant come from Brad somebody else has got to step up and score for Justin did that tonight by hitting the big bucket for Tivy coach Brian Young wasnt happy with his teams They the Rangers played a good ball game and we played a bad one we didnt deserve to win the and we he We did a poor job of execut ing the game and as a result we came up on the short end of the Im very Youngs plan was to work the ball into the paint to either Farahani and which worked well until Rhyne was saddled with three fouls with left in the third Josh Frausto picked up his third 40 seconds and both sat as Smithson Valley went on an 80 run to go up 3834 with left in the peri The Antlers 63 closed the frame with a layup by Farahani his first points of the half and two free throws by Brandon Taylor to tie it 38all going into the final Both teams stayed even See Page 9A 4A Jerris Springfield By Will Wright Sports Editor In selecting the players for this years District 274A all district the math was prophetic for the team that went the furthest in the state Canyon Cougars occupy 23 spots on the 274A first and second elite as selected by league coaches prior to the play The list was released following Canyons 1413 loss to Calallen in Satur days 4ADivision II state quar terfinal Canyon the district placed 11 on the first team and 12 on the sec ond The top Cougar took up three Jerris who was named the top defensive was a firstteam pick at punter and secondteam selection at run Chase Wilke Zach Rhodes MANDY New Braunfels Brooks Radla 23 was a unanimous District 274A pick at defensive back and a second team punter on this years alldistrict elite ning District champion Lake Travis 111 had 15 players selected for both led by quarterbackTodd the loops top offensive player for the second straight sea also last years Class 4A Player of the was also picked as a firstteam Thirdplace New Braunfels 47 had seven selected to the first team and five named to the Quarterback Zach who passed for yards and 20 scores this past was the top first teamer for the There were multiple selec tions for the top two teams at most Coaches did not pick a Coach of the Spring field was one of the emotional leaders for t h e who fin ished one of their best sea sons in school his The 210 pounder finished the season with 46 including 11 for with a pair of interceptions and eight pass He helped the Cougars average 35 yards per and he averaged yards on 23 rushing Junior Chase Wilke had a phe nomenal rushing season for the picking up yards and 26 and was See Page 9A Nick Ayala THE 2005 ALLDISTRICT 274A FOOTBALL TEAMS The District 274A alldistrict as select ed by league coaches unanimous Offensive Most Valuable Lake Defensive Most Valuable Player Jerris FIRSTTEAM OFFENSE Quarterback Zach New Running backs Chase fi Wes Dripping 5 Jeremy Tight ends Ryan Steven Wide receivers Fred Kurtls Michael Marble Patrick Thomas Linemen Richard Ronnie Joseph Anthony Jeff Center Taylor Kickers Jacob David DEFENSE Punters Todd Jerris Michael Linemen Darren Anthony Nick Ends Brad Brian Linebackers Bryce Kirk David Judd Backs Jesse Geoff Brooks Tex Cameron Koby SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback Running back Jerris Josh Joshua Lasaro Tight ends Dan Brock Receivers Tex Hunter Chase Jalmln 6 Linemen Regan Max Thomas Matt Garret 6 Center Eric Kickers Ryan DEFENSE Linemen Brian Josh Will Justin Ends Austin Dustln Linebackers Calvsn Sr Matt Teddy Marc Backs Sr Thomas Eric Sean Rashad HONORABLE MENTION Nsw Braunfels Levi Josh Joseph Sammy Mark Travis Josh Knudson Canyon Adrian Jordan Cameron Hank Bernie Justin Joey Johnny Joe Reece Zunker LB ACADEMIC ALLDISTRICT Htw Braunfels Chris Carl Spencer Dustin Rey Javier Derek Frank Zach Taylor Wersterfer Canyon Jacob Triad Drew Tyler Josh Kyle Cody Thomas Kody Travis Joe Teneyuque
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