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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Tuesday, November22, 2011 | 5 THE EXTRA POINT Smithson Valley’s Trevor Meyers Brady, Pats beat Chiefs 34-3 FOXBOROUQH,Mast.(AP) The lorn Brafjy-Rol) (ironkows-ki connt'ction kept (licking. So (lid the New tinglanfi Patriots' (letense .incl spec ini t(',ims. Brady threw two touchflown passi's to Grc)nkc)vvski, julian idel-nian rc'turned a |)unt 72 yarfls for another score and Kyle Arrington had two interceptions tohelf) the Patriots beat the Kansas ( ity (;hiets i4-i on Monday night. The P.itriots (7- 5) inc reased thc'ir AFC: East lead to two games. The ( hiefs (4-f)) weren't expec ted to do mu( h on offense behind untested rjuartc'rback Tyl(‘r f^lko, making his first career start with Matt ( as sc't irrjurc'd. And they didn't, man* .iging just .1 2f)-yard field goal liy Ryan Sue top with 1 :.V0 left in thc> first (|uart('r for their only l(‘acl. With ( ironkowski collec ting his ninth and 10th TO rec e[)tions ot tho year, the I’^triots had their second straight dominant game* attc'r beating the New York lets 57-Hi. The ('hiefs lost their third straight. The Patriots didn't genc^rate miicli of an attac k during their first four stories, Thc*re wcrc' with thrc'e punts and a fumble Ivv Brady th.rt was rcHovcTed by Kansas ( ity’s Allen Bailf'Y on the first |)l.)y of the s(‘cond {[Uartc-r. On his next scenes, Br.idy was sac ked twic c*. Then the ()rotc‘ction improvc'd    ' and Brady, who h<ul thrown tor    ; just l‘» yards in the lirst (|uartc>r,    j tcx)k advantage, Ic’ading thrc*e con-    j scH utive sc oring drive's.    | He connec ted vMth ('ironkows-    i ki for a 52-yard sc ore* when the    i tight (Hid c aught tfi»’ ball ovc'r the    j middle and sc amperi'cl the* last {S yards, b.irely man.iging to r('m.iin inliounds on the right side ,is he    : nc'ared the* end zone    I ► PREP ROUNDUP Lady Hawks clobber Ceciar Creek 37-10 f rom staff reports BASTROP (anvon Lake blanked ( c'dar ( rc'c'k 7-0 in the* first cjuartc'r c>n route tc) a con-vinc ing 57-10 win in varsity girls baskc’tball Monday. Ambc'f West Ic'd the' I ady Hawks with I ^ [ioinls, and Katie Williams added 10 while also grabl)ing six rc'bounds. ( aitlyn ('lillum l).icl thrcH' assists lor the' I ady t lawks (2-1 ). (anvon L<)kc' f)lays I oc k-hart tod.iv at I oc khart. New Braunfels 36,    j SA Edison 28 SAN ANTONK ) —Olivia | Baker s( orc'd 10 points .rnd | Meag.in ('attin .iddc'cl nine | to Ic'ad New' Braunfels past | Sjii Antonio Ldison {(»-28 i on Monday night in varsity | Uirls l)ask('tbcill. lasntine Sauc ecla pulk'd . down nine rebounds tor the I ,kI\ [ 'nitorns t2-2). Neu Braunlc'ls will host ! I lavs <it 12: H) p.m. Wc'dnes dav. ► BASEBALL Tigers’ SP Verlander wins AL M\T aware NEW YORK(AP) [Detroit's lustin Verlander becamt' the tirst starting pitchc'r in a cjuarter-c (‘ntury to win a Most Valuabk' Play-(>r award, adding it to the ( y Young Award he won last \\CH*k. Verlander earned the Americ an League MVP honor Monday, recc'iving I { of 28 first-[)lace votes and 280 points in voting announced by the Baseball Writers' ■Association ol America. Boston centc'r tietdcT laco-bv tllsbury was sc'cond with tour firsts and 242 [)oints, lollowed by roronto right fielclc'r lose Bautista with five firsts and 2 M points, Yan-k(‘es ( enter fielder ( urtis (iranderson with 2 1 S and Detroit first baseman Miguel (^abrc'ra with I Mi. Verl.uuler won the AL's pitching triple c rown, going 24-,^ with a 2.40 LKA and 2SO strikeouts. He pitched his s(Hone! carc'er no-hitter at Toronto on May 7. I lc> bee amc' the first pitc h-er voted MVP sincc' Oakland's Dennis [:ckerslc‘y in 1992 and the first st.irting pitcher since Boston's Roger ( lemens in 1986. ]'hi>2006AL Rcx)kieofthe Vear, Verlandc'r joined the Brooklyn Dodgers' Don Newc ombe as the only [)lay-ers to win all thrc>e major awards. Verlander a|)pt'ared on only 27 ballots and was omitted by |im Ingraham of riie Hera Id-News in Ohio, who vottn:! Bautista first. Sheldon Oc ker of the Akron Bea-cori journal voted Verlander eighth. 2011 CFPO-PAL SUPERBOWL SUNDAY CHRIS HOFFMAN ‘ifMi'l New Bratinfels Bears' Asa Haiis fries to tigfit ffirouqfi the San Marcos Oilers' flefense during ffie openinf] minufHs of Suiiriay's Junior Championship at Unicorn Stadium, SUPER SUNDAY Youth football programs battle for league crowns By Chris Hoffman Tfie Herald-Zeiliing Super Bowl Sunday in New Braunfels had it all Ians with p<iintc'd fate's c hcH'nng loudly for tlu'ir tcMm, while' te*am aftc'r team sC'ttle>d the' c|iic'stic)n ot who was the' bc'ttc'r team in West Texas. The ( hrisfian [('deration of Police Office'rs— Police Athletics Lc'ague' i(T l’( )-PAlJ had its league championships at Unicorn Stadium during an all clay c'vc'nt on Sunday. Frank (dlabrese, ('f PO-PAl youth s()orts director of operations, said the 201 1 season was one' of thc' most successftil on record. "We had 72 teanb this season, and we [ilavc'd a total of 14 bowl gamc's to crown a champion in eac h of the four divisions," he Stiid. “We hiul a lot of good game's (on SuncKiy). Some* teams won and some lost, but I think c'very-onc' enjoyc'd fhenist'lves." The' four divisions are Mighty Might (agc's ')-() years old), Pec' Wec' (7-8), lunior (9*10) and Senior (I 1-12), and the* Super Bowls crowne'd the' cham[)ions, while other bowl gamc's de'c ided fourth and fifth f)lac cs. In the junior cham|)ionship, the New Braunfels Bc'ars we'rc' c'venly CFPO-PAL FOOTBALL Saturday Seguin Matador Stadium Mighty Mights Orange Blossom Bowl Luting Eagles 30, Uiling Soaring Eagles 0 Pee Wee Fiesta Bowl Stucl(dale Btahmas 6 , San Marcos Colts 0 Pee Wee Cotton Bowl New Biaiintels Bears 24, New Braunfels Toros 0 Juniors Sun Bowl San Marcos Cowboys 20, Luhng Eagtes 6 Juniors Alamo Bowl Gerónimo Fighting Panthers 20 , Geronimo Panthers 14 Seniors Peach Bowl New Braunfels Ravens 20, San Marcos Colts 0 Seniors Patriot Bowl San Marcos Rattlers 14, Stocl^dale Braliinas 8 male he'd .igainst the' San Marcos ()ilc'rs, as both tc'ams usc'd aggressive' detenses, which fore C'd turnovers, to liold sc'rve for most ot the' first half. Th.it is until Nc'w Br.ujnfe'ls running back Obicliah "Obi" j.ira broke' through the' ()iler defe-nsc' for A 40-vard touchdown run to break the* se óreles tie with Ic'ss than tlire-c' minutes Ic'tt l)e'forc' half-time. A 2 point conversion gave the' Bears an 8-0 Ic'ael — the game's only score - a^ the Bears' defc'nse didn't bc'ncl against the gutsy Oilers. In the Miglity Might division, the New BraLinft'Is Bc'ars slippe'd [)ast the San Marcos Rattlc'rs I M2 for the' c ham|)ic)nship, and the Nc'w Braunfc'ls Toros dete'atc'd its Super Bowl Sunday New Braunfels Unicorn Stadium Mighty Might Super Bowl New Braunfels Bears 13, San Maicos Rattiff. 12 Pee Wee Sugar Bowl New Braunfels Red Raiders 12, Geronmu; Pantfiers B Pee Wee Super Bowl San Marcos Oilers 8, Liilmg Eagles 0 Juniors Orange Bowl Seguiii Matadors 14, Lock!.an Lions 0 Junior Super Bowl New Braunfels Beats 8, San Maicos OiUms 0 Seniors Rose Bowl Geronimo Panthers 16, Luliny f agles 8 Senior Super Bowl New Braunfels Toros 14, New Biaunfel Bt,‘.ir< 8 long-standing rivals Nc'w Braunfels Bears 14-8 to take the- sc'niof title. In the' Pc'c' Wc'e di\ ision, the' Nc'w Br.iunfC'Is Red Ravik'rs oust-c'd the' (leronimo Pahtc'is 12 2 in the Sugiir Bowl, Ot the 14 bowl game's plaxc'd in eacli division, Nc'w Braunfels te'ams c|ualitic'(l for c'l^ht, v\hic h ( alabrc'sesaid it shows the' dedication of his ( ounterparts in Uni-coni ( ountr\. "This was oiH' ot the' mosi suc cessful seasons down in Nc'w Braunfc'ls," ( alabrese said "All the' coac he's .ue ck)ing a grc'at job, and flu' demand is grc'at tor nc'w teams." All division c ham[)ions aclvanc e to play the I ast Texas champs tn the' Last'Wc'sf State ( liampionsliip on Dc'c. 5 in I louston. Wolfpack comeback dooms Longhorns 77-74 EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ.(AP) ('.|. Leslie scored 1 7 points and North ( arolina State overcame an 18-point seHonel-halt deficit to bc'at Texas 77-74 on Monday night in the' third-[)lace game of the* Tick-et('ity l:egeneis ('lassie. The Wolfpack (4-1) frailc'd (iS-47 with 11.4 i to play when the'y finally started hitting shots, They we*re able to goon a 19-1 run that tic'd the game' at b6 witfi to pla\ on two frc'e throws by 1 ort'n-zo Brown, North ( arolina State* e'ventually went u|> 75-i)7 on a drive' by Brown with 2;.')8 to go. Texas (2-2) made its first field goal in a span of just less than 9 minute's, f)art ol a three' point play by Sheldon Mcdellan that brought the I onghorns within 7,i-70, Texas had two c hiwc e's to tie the» ganie in the finivl VHKVFOOTBVÙ. PLAYOFF PAIRINGS CLASS 5A DIVISION t Region I Regional Arlington Bowie (9-3) vs Southlake Carroll (12 0), 5 p m Saturday, Berlfnrd's Pennington Field Arlington Martin ( IM) vs Euless frmity (12 0), noon Saturday, Bedford's Pennington Field Region II Regional Dallas Skyline (12 01 vs Klem Oak (9-3), 1 p m Saturday, Waco ISO Stadium Mesquite 17-51 vs The Woodlands (It II, 1 p m Saturday, Waco ISO Stadium Region III Regional Cypress Fairbanks (12 0) vs Fort Bend Hightower (10-21, 1 p m Saturday, Houston's Tully Stadium Houston Lamar (10 2) vs Pearland (10 2),    1 p m Saturday, Galena Park ISD Stadium Region IV Regional SA Wat ten (11 1 ) vs Harlingen (12-0), time TBD Saturday, Corpus Christi's Buccaneer Stadium SA Madison (8 4| vs Laredo United (9 3),    7 30 p m Friday, Corpus Chnsti's Buccaneer Stadium DIVISION II Region I Regional Ahilene 19 3) vs. Mansfield (VI 1), time TBD Saturday, Abilerie s Shntwell Stadium Abrl<;ne Cooper (4 3) vs Mansfield Tmihe'view (10-2), 6 pm Saturday, Atirlene's Shotwell Stadmm Region II Regional Longview (11-11 vs Spring Dekaney (10 21, ? p m Saturday, Gnrsir ana Garland Rowlett (8 4) vs Spring Westfield (9-3), 2 p m, Saturday,. Georgetown Region III Regional Katy 11? Ql vs La Pofte (11 1 ), & p m Satuiday, Hoiistnn's Tully Stadium Houston Memorial (9 3) vs Port Arthur Menuiiial (II 1), 1pm Saturday, Hiiiithle's Turner Stadium Region IV Regional Cíbolo Steele (12-0) vs Laiedo Alexandei 112 01 / .30 p rn Friday, Laiedo's Student Activity Complex SARfMganllt II vs McAllen Menional (12 0) 3 p m. Saturday, M.' Allen CLASS 4A DIVISION I Region I Regional WF Riittir (9-31 vs Killeen 18 4), 2 p m Satuiday, Mansfield's Newsom Stadium Oei'tciii Ryan (12 Oi vs Hewitt Midway (9 21, I pm Frulay. Mansfield's Newsom Stadrum Region II Regional Rockwall Heath 111 1) vs Sherman (9 3), 2 (1 ni Saturday, Denton's Apogee Stculium Dalla:, Muihland Park 112-0) vs lyler (9 3),    7 30 rti Frioay Waco ISD Stadiurri Region Ml Regional Vhí'i. (10 2) vs AngletoiH 12-01, 6 p m f' ii.iy Galena Park ISO Stadium Necieilafid 111 II v'. Pearland Dawson tlO 21. fa p m Satuiday, Galena Park ISD Stadmm Region IV Regional Lake Tiavts 112-01 vs CC Floui Bluff (8 4),    ? p in Friday, San Antonio s Heioes Stadium Cedai PatK (10-21 vs Weslaco Last (11 It MOon Fnday, Alamodome DIVISION II Region I Regional Canyon Pandall 111 It vs A(edu!l0-2I, Ü f) iTi Fnday, fvlidUtnd's Grande Cuniinunii. iitians Stadiuin Lake Dallas (9-31 vs Stephenville (10-2), 2 (, in Friday .lustin's N iitfiwest ISD Stadium Region II Regional Fnscf Centennial 11.2-01 vS Cuisicana (11 II. 7 30 p n, Friday, Midlothian Frisi 0 (10-2) vs. Kilgore (7 51, 1 p m Friday, Fomey Region III Regional Beauniont 0/en 17 5) vs La Maigue (10 21, 2 p.m Saturday, Baytown's Stallwofth Stadium Daytun (9-3) vs Manvel (12 0), 7 p m Friday, Deer Park Region IV Regional Drippinij Springs (9 3) vs. CC Calallen ( 11 11, 4 p m. Sat^ii day, Alamodome Keirville Tivy (10-2) vs Poit I avaca Calhoun (12 01, 8 p,m Fiiday, Alamodome CLASS 3A DIVISION 1 Region I State Quarterfinals Seminole (11-1) vs Alvarado (12-0), 6,30 p.m Friday, San Angelo Stadium Region II State Quarterfinals Celina 111-0) vs Henderson (10-2), 7 p iTi Fnday, Mescjuite's Memorial Stadium Region III State Quarterfinals Tylei Ctiapel Hill (12 0) vs Navasota (11 1),/p.m Friday, Waco's Floyd Casey Stadium Region IV State Quarterfinals la Veinia (7-51 vs West Columbia (12 0), fa p 111. Friday, Cypress' Beriy Complex SCORES, PHOTOS We want your I I    scores and pfiotos. 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