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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Friday, November 11, 2011 | 5  THE EXTRA POINT  Canyon l.ake's Hannah St John  SV looks to rebound after loss  SA MCCOLLUM AT SMITHSON VALLEY  Today at 7:30 p.m. at Ranger Stadium Cost $7  ► COLLEGE FB  No. 11 Houston storms past Tulane  NEW ORLEANS (AP)  ( li<irlos Sims rushcfl for <j ( ar('('f-high 207 yards, in( luding toiK hdovvn runs ot 72 and SJ vards, and No.  I 1 I lousfon ( ontiniK'd the best start in ( ougars liistorv witli .1 71-17' vklory ov('r Tulane on iliursday night.  ( as(‘ Kt'cniirn passi'd tor vards, int luding I o II c h downs ot (i(), 2 \ and 8 vards to P a t r i { k Idvvards, who also s( orcMi on a 70-ya rd  [) Li n t r('turn.  H( )iistofi lO-O, ()-0 {'oil' t('r(‘H( USA), whu h (anic in .iwraging ^>2.7 points per gainc, was held without a [)oint in the tirst (|uarti>r, sna[)ping a streak ot str.iight (|Liiit1ers vvitti a score (louston respondiMl with ti\(' touchdowns in the sec ond (|uartei, [«‘ginning with Hi\( e iii'all's 1 1-vard scoring run th.it was sc't u[) l)v Stnis ')(i*vard scamper.  ()il('ans Darw'ka rushed tor 12 ] yards and two touc h-d( )\\ ns tor lulaiK' (2-^), 1 -(i).  Houston 73 Tulane 17  ► ÎMFL  Palmer eads  over Bolts  SAN DIEGO (AP)  ( arson I’almer thrc'w two touchdown passes and i\\i( hac'l Hush ran U) times tor a sc‘ason-high 1 S7 yards and (jne touc hdown to lead the (,)akiand Raidc'is to a 24-1" uin ov(n San Diego on Thutsdav night, the ('harg-('rs tourtti straight loss.  Ihc' Raiders i!>-4) broke a two game losing strc>ak and toc)k a h.ill game- lead ovc'r th(> Kansas  XL  ejL  Raiders 24 Chargers 17  ( ity (,'hiets in the AF(' West.  t’a I mcM I o o k e d much l)et-ter in making his sec ond start and third a p pe.i r -a nee sine e Ix'ing ac (juired in a trade with CiiK innati, throwing toui hdow n [lassc's ot M arul 2() vards to l )e*narius M(K)re. Palmc'rwas 14 tor 20 tor 2W yards, vvitli one interception.  1 li(‘ t 'h.irgers (4-5) lookc'd dismal most of the night and lost letl tackle Marcus \t( Neill and linebacker T.ikeo S()ikes to injuries.  By Chris Hoffman  Ttie HeralrlZeitung SPRING BRANCH  1 awreiK e Mattison did everything he c oulfl to give Smithson Valli'y a c hani e to end the season with an und('feated season.  The Ranger KB ran tor 215 yards and twc) touchdowns last w(‘ek .igainst Hucta Hays.  But it was the big play l)y the R(‘i)els that handeci Smithson  Valley its tirst loss of th(' season  Hays (^B ( al('t) Kimi)rough had touchdown passes of U) and 41 yards that cut through the normally dominant R.inger detense tliat help('d to put th(> Rebels up l)y seven.  It took 20-yard run by Smithson Valley QB Parker Me Kenzie late in th(> fourth to ti(* the gariK* at 2H-28 ancl send th(* gam(' into overt im(v  An offensive penalty in th(> extra frame' negated the winning s{ ore tor the Rangers  That o(x>ned th(’ door for I lavs, who stored on its next posses sion to f)uH out th(' VK tory.  The loss (‘ruled the K.ingers 11-game regular scMson win stri'ak.  Turnovt'rs were a key fac tor in the R.ingers losing to 1 lays, and (oach I arry Hill, who got his  CLASS 4A BI-DISTRICT FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS  LAURA McKENZIE I HKjid ./RitiiPu  Canyon QB Austin Day (16) leads the Cougars into tonigtit's showdown with Kerfville Tivy in the 4A bi-distfict playotfs  HUNTING SEASON  Cougars face Tivy Antlers tonigh  By Chris Hoffman  I he Herald /eitung  S[)C‘(H,1. SixH'd. And more* sfXH'd.  I hat IS what ( anyon coach Matt f lliott said he saw wh(*n looking at tilm on KerrvilleTiv\.  "Thev have* an explosive* otfense," Hliotl said. "Ihc'y have' a (|uartc'rback that's rcvilly elu sivc', but I fec‘1 like w(‘ have a detense that can match u[) well against them. We hav(> a solid game plan and we're looking tor^ ward to the c hailc'ngc'."  That (|uarterbac k is Tivy junior Parks Me Neil, who has made th(' Antler fans move on trom the lohnny Manziel c-ra.  Th(' ( ougars (7‘V) tace the l)is-trict 2H-4A c hampion Anllc'rs iH-2) tonight in the Class 4A bi-dis-  CANYON AT KERRVILLETIVY  Today at 7:30 p.m. at Antler Stadium Cost $7  tru t pla\ c)tts in Kerrville Me Nc'il IS an e\|)losive dual thrc-at that is c‘(|ually adept at sitting in tiu' poc ket or throwing on the run, and should give tht* ( anyon dc'tensc' alt it can h.in die.  McNeil leads the' Antlers in both rirshing ancl [passing 1 ,()2‘) \ards passing, 1,101 yards  rushing - .ind ae e minted tor 2 > t()U( hdowns to le'ad the Antle'rs to a distric t title.  What IS most imprc'ssivc', is the junior (^B wasn't h.inek'd the' tull-timc' starting job until he' le'd Tiv\ to a \7-U sliootout vMti against S.in Antonio Brc'nnan on ()e t. 8,  In that game', he passe'd tor l‘M) s ards and thrcv toue he towns and rushc'd tor l(i4 v.irds and ,inoth e'r s( ore.  lonight marks the' s('ce)nd str,light se'ason th.it ( anvon h.is made tlie |)layc)lls unde'r 1 lliott ^ wat( h.  With the' mue h-nc‘edc'd playoit c'xpc'ric'ne v unefc'r the'ir be-lt, F lliott te'e'Is thiit his te'am unek'istanek  See CHS. Page 6  NBA talks break down; players will regroup  200lh e .ire'C'r win this season will h.ive to h.ive- his team elo ,i betfe*r |ob in the reel /• me Smithson Val|e\ turnefl the' ball ove>r three time's on downs inside the' re'd /one.  that IS une ti.itae te'ristie ten .i Range'r team that ha^ hael nn problem puttini.^ points on lln' bo.irel this se-ason, scoring J t "  See SVHS. Page h  ► FOOTBALi  Tickets :lor games on sale  By Chris Hoffman  Itif Hi-I.lli!  Smithson V,Vlle\ ‘i I b,i( k to woik preparing loi S.in Antonio We ( olliirt' \\h( ) the-\ 'II i.H e' in the' (  4A l)i-elistii( ! [)|,i\orts ,it ~ Ui p.m. tod.iv m In nit oi the heime 1,11)'' ( )t kanm'i Sl,i< h urn  Pies.ile iM ke'tv ,ire avail abl(' trom ii II <i m. at the tieldhouse ,md liotn 1 1 ’>') ( aleii  a m  in. in  NEW YORK (AP)  NBA players broke ott negotiations with the' league Thursday night, saying thc'rc» had not bc'en enough [>rogress to get a (leal done to c'nd the' loc kout.  The le.igue ottered the' ()layers a revist'd otter attc'r nearly 1 I he)urs ot biirgaimng, but unie>n president Derek Fishe'r said it eleiesn't adelress all the necc'ssary system issues that are impe)rtant to the players.  Ne)w, the uniein wilt regroup, talk to their player representativc‘s, tigurc' out what to do next anel  possibly rc'sume ne'ge>tia tions with the' league' next vvec'k.  Bc'ye)nd the salary e ap system issues that divide' the sides, union c'xecii-tive dirt‘cte)r Billy I lunter said tlu're wc're six p.iges of what hc' called ancillary items, such as the draft age anel the' commissioner's disc i[)linary rights, that still must be adelre'sstxl l)e'fore a elevil.  Hunter said thc'y would try to bring the* })l.iyc‘r re()-rest'ntatives to Nc'w Yeirk by Monday or Tuesday to d(‘c ide the next stc'p,  McQueary won’t coach Saturday  STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP)  Penn State' says .issis-tant e e>ae h \tike' Mc()ue'ary won't e oae h the Nittany 1 ions e)ii Sat-Lirela\ iK'causc* "multiple tlirc'als" have' been made' against him.  The' university rc'le'asc'cl a statement Thursday night saying it woulei be "in the bt'st interest ot all" it the re'ceivers coae h eliel-n't attenel the game against Nc't>raska at Beavc'r Stadium.  The sc hool's annevunce-ment came heiurs aftc'r thc' board ot trustees asked  that Me ()uc'arv neit coat h trom the' side'line' e)ut ot ( one é'rn lc>r his sate'tx.  The t(X)tball program is in turmoil te)llowing the* tiring ot le)ngtimc' coae h foe Paterne), brought elenvn in a scanelal inveiK ing e hilel sex abuse allé'-gatie>ns agiiinst fe)rme'i ek'tensivc' c e)ordinate)r le't ry Sanelusky.  Mc(.)uearv te'stilic'd to a granel jur\ that he encountc'rc'd Sanelusk\ in the Pc't>n State' showc'rs with a 10-yt'arolel bo\ in 2002. He late'r told Patc'r-no ot the' inc iele'nt.  Reserved lu ki'l^ are s general ,idmis''ion adiiil til kets ,tie S<>: S ! tor >1 :i elenis. Al! Ik. kels .it the lie w lil [)(' >  New Braunfels vs.  SA Reagan  ( i uK lì < lUK k < ,1111 h '( d  and Ins \e\' Hi.hnüels 1 iv ( eirns vviii ¡)l,i\    \nlo!-: >  Re,ii;an ,ii p in s,itMie!.i\ at I )ul) 1,1111^ Sta(!ii.irn in ^ ; ■Aiilt )nie>  1K k(‘t'- ,iie ( ).n ■'.lie ,ii 1! ' ■ l‘ni( or n I ie|dfi( uisi ■,  f'l esale 11( kel ' .1: e .i\. ’ > I able In »111 il a,11 n 1 I ' i t( )d.,n.  („lene't.il .idnu'''-;on .h.IüI' ti( ke’ts aie S" <ind S i t( n '‘u el(*nts, .All Hi ke!- .ite Si’> ,1' tlie >^.it('  Canyon vs. Kerrville Tivy  ihe pla\i »Its aie sel to! the ( ainon ti.K)t!.)all le.im  rhe' ( I tus^ars w ill tiavei ii 1 pla\ Ke'riv ille 11\ v at ~ ' p.m. I rid.iN at Antle'r st.idi Lim in Ki‘it\ ille*.  lie kets to the l)i-eiislîU t plavolt i;ame‘ are .nailable at the < anvon Athletic ( )llu < ■ trom H .1 m.-2 p ni tod.iv Pri'sali' tie ket'' ,ue Si> h>r adults: l< students.  All ti( kets at the i^ate will be' S7.  SCORES. 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