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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Smithson Valley Whitney Repole  RaMers open season with win  From staff reports SPRING BRANCH  A,( \ Reif! storf^fl 20 points and Moisés Vill.irrr.il ,uided 12 to le.ui Smithson Val-lt*y to«i '>f)-42 win over Seguih in tho season opener on Tuf’sday night.  Down 2'S-i8 at the halt, the Rangers outs( orefi the Maladors 1 K-h in the third fo fake control,  LATE MONDAY New Braunfels 70, Medina Valley 46  Mf [>INA VAl I (Y — Kyle Híttie scored  21 points and Kohy P.ichec o added 16 to lead New Brauntels to a 70-46 win in the season openc'r on Monday.  The Unicorns (1-0) led 20-9 after the first and c rinsed to the win.  josh Gri'en tinlsh(‘d with 1 \ points for th(' Unicorns.  GIRLS BASKETBALL Boeme Champion 60, Canyon 53  B( )f RNF — Chamaya Turner scorc'd 2 5 points, hut ( anyon couldn'f ovc'rcome a  17-point defic it in a 60-53 loss to BcK*rne Champion on Tuesday.  Kelsey Flanagan finish(‘d with 1S points and Abl>y llunkin had nine points for the Cougarettes.  (Canyon travels to fac t* San Antonio Fdi-son at H f>.rn. Thursday in the San Antonio ISD Tournament.  SA Johnson 62, New Braunfels 29  New Braunfc'Is had trouble making shots and couldn't ovc'rcome a 13-fK)int halftime  deficit m a 62 29 loss fo San Antonio lohnson on Tuesday.  Megan ( aittiri led the Lady Unicorns with nine [)oinfs.  Nc*w Braunfc'ls is off until Monday whc>n it travels fo face San Antonio f clison,  Canyon Lake 46, Comfort 33  ('OMfDRI Katie WilliarTis scored 21 points and Ambc’r West tinishc*d with 12 to lead ( anyon L.ikc“ to a 46-H win over ( omfort on Tut'sdav night.  ► PREP SIGNINGS  Local athletes sign with colleges  By Chris Hoffman  The Herald-Zpitunq  A w'hiriwmci ot college signings took pl.icc^ l.isf wec'k in ( omal ( ountv, .is lo( .il atbb'tes put their namc'S on the dc)tt('d line of their national letters of intc'nf.  Ibe Nation<il Signing Dav tor the winter sports was Nov. 9, and if proved to be on pace with its tootbali ( ounterpart, whu h is hc'ld in 1 ebrUiUV.  ( anyon High Scliool bad ( enti'r Andrew I’onlter sign with the University ot Arkansas-1 iffle Roc k, <ind sottballc'rs Britt,in\ (jome/ and Katie I lelm inked with Iowa Staf(' and the UnivcTsi t\ ot Texas I\if*r, rt'spcn tive-Iv,  ,'\t New Braunl('ls, Angel.i l owak sigtH’d a n.itional It'f t('r of tntc'nf fo pla\ volleyball for Tex,is A^M.  In softb.ill, Maddie Rosas will pla\ tor Arigelo Sf.itc* next fall, l.ide Smilb signi'd with the Univc'rsitv ot 1111 nois and Shannon Lanford signed lo pla\’ softball at ( Oncorclia Univc'rsity.  In gv 111 na stKs, New Braunfels senior Damel.i I Lim.igalli signc'd .i national letter of intc'nt with Lindc'n wood University, lo( atc'cl in St. C’harh's, Mo.  At Smithson Valley, the Repole sisters — Katie and VVbitnc'V signed to pl.iy tor Illinois and low.i, rc‘s[)c‘c-tively.  Sydnc‘\ Reed inked her Ic'tter ot intent to play golt tor Ste[)b(Mi f. Austin University.  ( bt'ck out Sunday's s|)orts section tc>r more' signing I overage*.  ► MLB  Verlander wins AL Cy Young  NEW YORK (AP)  Detroit ligers ace lusfin Vc'rlandc'r has won the A1 (A Young Awiird by a unanimous vote*.  Verlander got .ill 28 first-place votes from members ol the Baseball Writers' Association of Americ.i in results aiinouncc*d Tuesday.  Verlandc'r won the pitc h-ing Triple Crown in the Americ.ui I eagne by going 24-.S with a 2.40 I RA and 250 strikc'outs,  Ihe 2a-year-old righty also pitc bc*cl a no-bifter, won 12 straight starts and helpc'd the Tigers win their first division title si nee 1987>  [ered Weaver of the Los Angeles Angels w.is seeond in the CyVoijng voting.  CANYON 49, SAN ANTONIO MARSHALL 40  LAURA MCKENZIE iHwald.Zeitunq  Canyon's Ian Gulick (32) scored 16 points to lead the Cougars to a win over Marshall in the season opener on Tuesday.  Canyon holds off pesky Rams  By Chris Hoffman  The Heralcl-Zeituiig forward Ian ('lulick scon*d 16 ()oints, including the* fin.il six to lead ( anyon to a 49-40 win ov(*r San Antonio Marshall in the s(>a-son opc'iier .it home on luc'sd.iy night.  Tlie defending 27-4,\ c hampion Coug.irs looki'd fo [Jut this game away early, as the honit* team built .1 11 -point l(‘.id C'aHy in the third.  But the* Rams wouldn't go away (|uietK.  M.irshall outscorc*d ('anyon 20-9 to pull within a point wifli 5:57 left to pl.iy,  That IS when (iulick took control, as the senior forward bit a layup and all four ol bis tr(*e throws down the stretc h fo ic c* the  win for the* Cougars.  ( anyon hit 9-ot-lO trcH* throws in the final c|uartc*r fo hold oil a |)C‘sky Rams team.  "(After building our lead), we could never extc-nd fb.il lead," Canyon coac h Brad Lact'v said. "W(* tried to put togc'ther a run that would give* us more breathing room, but give* Marshall crc'dit, they loreed turnovers and made* some shots.  "I think we shook oft some rust tonight."  Turnovers and a zone defense* by Marshall led fo easy pe)infs .ind put thc'in in a pe)sition fc) stc'al a  Lacey  win ovt*r the (ougars.  Se*nior Sc*an Tollinger tinishe*d with 16 [K)infs, but was he*ld fo (ust a pair ot lrc*e throws in the* tourth, .ts Marshall made a [)e)int to kc‘c*p tlie* ball C)ut of his hands.  ('anye)n Ic'd 12-10 afte*r the first and built a 24-18 le.vd at halftime*.  (ougar point guarel l.irvis I’oss dr.iined ,) 5-pointer to o[)en the* third and (iu ic k convertc'd a bad pass into an easy buckc't fo give (\vnye)n a 29-18 le*ad.  Marshall cut into th.it lead by e losing the c|uarte*r out on an 1 1 5 run that gave the Rams the* nic)nienfum heading into the final sf.inza.  The ( ougars .ire back on the* court at 7 [).m, Iriday whc*n fhc'v host San Antonio Lanie-r.  ► PREP FOOTBALL  Rangers’ tickets go on sale today  From staff reports SPRING BRANCH  Ihe showdown e*v(*ry toofball fan in the* region b.is be*e*n waiting tor is all sc*t.  Smithson Valk'v 110-1 ) will take* on fop*ranke'(l and lour-time d('te‘nding ( hampion Austin I .ikc' Tr.ivis il 1-0) at 7 p.m. I ridav in the ( lass 4A .ire-a pLnotfs at the* Alani,ick)me in San Antonio.  Tic ke*ts arc* on salc> .if 8 .i.m. to 4 p.n. at the* Range-r t le'ldhouse* tocl,i\': from 8-1 I a.m ,if the tte*lclhouse and 1 1:50 .i.m. to 1 p.m. at the sc bool e .itefe*ria on 1liutsda\ and f rid.iv.  Advane e* tic ke'ts ,ire* $8 lor adults <ind $4 tor students, lu kc*ts at the g.ite* are $9.  Playoff glance  CLASS 4A DIVISION I Region I Area  f;P Chapin 19-21 vs WF Rider <8-31, noon Saturday, Ode.ssa’s Ratliff Stadium FW Artington Heights (9-21 vs. Killeen (7-4), / 30 p m Friday, Wa*ah.a.chie f P Andress (8-3) vs Denton Ryan (110), noon Saturday, Midland's Grande Commuriicatioris Stadium FW BoswuH (7 4) vs Hewitt (Vlidwdy (8-21, 7 3Ó p 111 Ftiday, Midlothian  Region II Area  Rockwall Heath (tO-1) vs Dallas Kirnhall (9 2), 7 30 p rn Ftiday, Garland’s Johnson Stadium  Sherman (8 3) vs, Waxahachie (9-2), 7 30 p.m. Friday, Plano's Clark Field Dallas Highland Park (U-0) vs, Dallas Wilson fio 1), 7 30 p m Friday, Dallas' Wildcat Rani Stadium Tyler (8-3I vs Ptlugervilie Hendrickson 19-2),, 7:30 p m Friday, Hewitt Midway HS  Region 111 Area  Montgomery (9-2) vs Vidor (9-2), 7 30 p m Friday, Houston's Thorne Stadium Houston Wheatley <5-b) vs Angleton (11-01, 7 p m Friday, Houston's Butlei Stadium  Houston Stiatlord (7-4) vs Nederland (10 1). 1 p rn Saturday, Galena Park ISO Stadium  Houston Reagan (7-41 vs Pearland Dawson (9-2). 7pm Thursday, Galena Park ISD Stadium  Region IV Area  Lake Travis |n-0| vs. Smithson Valley (10-1), 7 p.m, Friday, Alamodome  Gregory Portland (6 4) vs CC Flour Bluff (7 4), 7 30 p m Friday, Flour Bluff Cedar Park (9-2) vs Buda Hays (8 3), 7 30 p in, Friday, Austin's Burger Centei Victoria East (7 4) vs Weslaeo East (10-1), 7 30 p nv Friday, Kingsville  Coach K alone atop Division I wins list  Brown’s 35 leads UT over Rhode Island  NEW YORK (AP)  Mike Kr/yzewski be*canie Division I's all-time winningc'sf coach when No. 6 l)uke beat Michigan State* 74-69 on Tuesday night in the Sfatc* I arm ( hampions ('lassie.  The BlueOc'vils (M)) gave (xiacli K bis 9() {rd win, bre.iking the* tie with Bob Knight, Krzyzewski's college coacb at Army and his mc*ntor fbrougb-out his prc)te*ssional career.  funior guard Andre* Dawkins had 26 points for Duke, whic h took control with a 20-1 run  th.it g.Tve the* Blue Dc*vils a 61 41 lc*,id with 9; I 7 to [)l,iv .inel tbc*n if w.is just a matter ot counting down tbc* minutes until the cel-ebr.ition could get under way.  Me>re than iO former [)l.iyers were in the c re)wcl af Madison Scjuare* Gar-ck*n, niany finding a silver lining in the NBA lockout. Fiton Brand says “e've*n if I bad a game, I'd try to l)c‘ he*re." The' former stars included Bobby I lurley, Shane* Battier, lay Williams, ('.vrios Boe)ze*r^ Mike DunIeavy and I.J: Rc'click.  AUSTIN (AP)  r('ovan Brown scored .i carc'c'r-high 55 pe)infs to f)ropel Texas to a 100-90 victory over Rhcjdc* Island on Tuesday in the first round of the TicketCity Legends ( lassie.  The junkxr guarel added six assists with no turnovers.  lamaJ Wilson le*d the Rams (0-2) with 24 points after putting up .38 in a season-opening loss tc) George Mason.  Clint ('hapman, the only Lc>nghorn taller thp 6-feK)t-7, had a game-high eight rebounds, though  the tc'.ims we*re an evc*n 42-42 on the l)oards.  It W.IS another physic al test lor undersized anel young Texas (2-0), which counts six treshmen among its nine scholarship pl.vyers.  Texas went u() by I 7 c'arly. But Rhode Island finished the first half on a 20-7 run to enter half-time ck)wn 46-43.  The Ranis took a 59-58 lead on a free throw by Blake Vedder, hut Texas freshman Sheldon McC-lellan finished a three-point play to put his team i)ack ahead.  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and photos. 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