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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Thursday, December 1, 2011 | 7 THE EXTRA POINT Smithson ValleyV Jordan Alexander No bowl for Texas Tech LUBBOCK (AP) Texas Te( h is (orning off ,i stM-son iiniike ,iny in rc( (>nt mt'titory, losing fivi' str.riglvl to t«tul ciny (hciTK n of pl.iying in ,i l)<)wl g.inliv ('•ning into its tin<ilf' ftist \v(’('k .ig.nnsf No. 21 B.iylor, [<‘( h li.ul ¿v shot at (‘xtendifig its strc'.iks ol Ix^ing bowl (’ligibl(' arid playing rn the (K»sts(*a-son. InstiMil, th(> Knd Raidnrs lost W)-42, tying a dnbioiis r(‘cord tor points ,vllow('il s(’t just two w(vks narliíM when Í )kl.ihoriia Stat(* won Icxas I(K li, whii h logged its tirst lositig sfMson sifK (' l‘)<)2, had won all prt'vious games ag.iinst the R(Mis as Big 12 riK>mbers. flic K('d Raiders (S-7, 2-7 Big 12) liadn'l losl five straight situe l'M> i and, in)ni(ally, it was only lateOc tober when it appeared Red Raiders coath Tomniy luberville had turned a cornc'r with tans and the tc'am. fexas Ic'c h stunned ()klahoiii.i, then rankc'd third in the nation, i8 to end the Sooners' V) game win streak in Norman. About a wc*ek later and after his team fell 41-7 <it home to Iowa State, Tuberville still c ailed thf> win "a huge selling [)oint" When rul)(‘rville took ovc'r in l ubboc k after Mike 1 each's firing ill Dc’iember 2()0‘), hc' told the program's faithful that dc'tensc' wins ( hampionships .vnd the team wcHild still ()ass plenty. instcMcl, the* Red Raidc'rs g<iv<’ u|) points in bunc hes and didn't sc on- ( onsis tently enough to make U|) tor the pn)blem. SPORTS Cougarette Classic begins today The ( ougarc'tfc' Classic girls l)ask('tl)all tournanu'nt begins today with a slate ot game's. —....... . ' New Braunlc'Is kicks It off by lac ing Austin I akc' lravis.ll V; U) p.m., ( anyon |iin-lor vaisiiy plays I )rip-ping Springs at p.m., Del V.tllc' )lays lalt <it ()! iO p.m. anc Nt'w Brauii tels ( Ac adenn p ta\ s liost ( a I non a I H [).m. No. 1 Baylor women beat Texas Southern WA( () (AIM — Rrillii(‘y (ainer liad 2 i points and 14 rc'bounds lor top ranked Ba\ lor whi( h stretc h('d its home w inning streak lo 27 games with <t 1 • VIC lor\ ovc'r h'xas SoutlH'rn on Wednc'sday night ( )d\ss('v Sims had l‘t points, nine' assists and a c an'C'r high eight ste.ijs whik' plaving only 24 minulf's lor the I adv Bc'ars i7-0). No. 19 Texas Tech women beat Texas St. llJBBiKK Kicrt.) Mallard s(orcd 18 ¡«»nils, Shaunlal Nobk's had a double’ ckiubic' ott th(' bene h and No, I Ic'xas iec h Ix'.it Tc' State' 8 v 40 on Wt'dnesd.iy niglit. Mill.ird s(orc'd I 1 .tltc'r halltimc' tor the' I ad\ Raiclc'rs U)-0), who led by at le'.isl ^0 me)s| ol the' st'c -Olid half. Noblc's li.ul 10 points and 12 rebounds as Ic'Xiis ic'c h's te'si'rves e oin binc'd lor {(> points. Fc'xas Stale' 15- 5) s|ioi 2‘> pc'n c'lil and h.ul 27 turnovc'rs. Veiinus Kalu sc ore'd 10 points lot ihc Bobc a I s. Texas fc'c li usc'd a I 4 run lo build a 2()-poinl lead in the lirst liall. Ihe> l aeK Raidf'rs Ic'd 42 I 7 .it the i)rc'ak. Tc'xas it'c h hosts No. I f) IVnn State on Satutdav. Baylor’s Griffin feeling good after practice WA( () B.iylor e|u<ir-lerbae k Rol)e'tl ( inllin 111 says he''s fe'C'ling good, with no lingc'ring e'tlc'c ts Horn tlie (onc ussiot) like s\ mp toms that kiioe keel the' i Ic'isman hopliy hope'lul out ot the' I‘Mil ranke'd Bc'ars' last g.iine. ('.rittin said Wc'dne'sclay that tu' e'lijoyt'd getting bac k on the' pi.u tic e> lic'kl bc'c ausc' lic' piovc'cl lo him-sc'lf that lu' ()K. It was tlie' first time' lic' had thn)vvn lootball since* Baylor's f)()-42 vie lory over ic'xas Ic'c h on Saturday, t ie didn't play atlc'r halttinu' 1k*c ausc* ol .1 hard liit he* took to the helmet. Hit' Bears (8- i, S-4 Big 12) c lc)S(‘out the'ir ic'gulai season at liome Saturday against lexas. CANYON HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING CHRIS HOFFMAN . H<t,1)^1 /•■il.nitj Ciiiiyoo's CiHOy Flatmtioler, fiqtit, won tiis matcti against Killeen Stioenial<er's Jess Itiorton witti a takt; down in overtinifi diir nKi Wednesday's dual nreet at Coiigai Oen. COUGARS ROAR Canyon pounds Shoemaker in home opener By Chris Hoffman jtif*/t’iltiiig Skvlat ( iiiltin on Ihc' nipc's ag.iinst .1 t|uic ke't and argualily a slrongt't opponc'nl in Killt'e'ti Shoi'tnakcr 's Stanle-y Virgilt' tlut ing Wedni'sd.iy's home ope'iu'r. Bui th(' I 82 [)ountl ( ougar, who was down 12 7 Lite in tlic' se'( ond pc’nocl, gol some' advice and inspii.ilion liorn ihe unlrkc'li-r'sl ot sonn e's. ' I w'.is just w.iiling lor an opporltiniK lo |>in liitn," Cirillin said. "Ilic' She )eni. ikt'i ( oat h \('ll(’tl al bini 'WÌH'ri''s tht' t'iier gy^' As soon a^' I he'arci bini say, I kntnv tlial w.)s rny moment." ( iirllin puNc'd oli a rt'vt'rsal anti iinnt'd Viigilt' wilh live stn olids (‘Il in ih:»' si'( ond |oi ihe' vie tory, and ht'lping lo It'ati the( ougars to .1 4‘>-2‘> W in ovc't Shoc'inaket. ( anyon (oac h I rie ( lark, who, duc' lo budgt'l t uls, is onl\ ( oach ing during meets, s<)id his it'arn is coming loge'lhc'r soont'i th.m t'xpt'e ic'cl. "I think they wrc'stk'd like a wt'lloilt'tl hint'," C lark said. "Obviously, prat lit C' is t'xlrt'mt'ly inlt'nse», whic h is evitleni in tlu* rt'SLills on iht' mat." ( orey Iraunholt'r gt>l things starled wilh a thrilling 8-() oyei-limc' witi ovc'r Slvoc'maker's less I hot ton, whc're rallic'cl nc'.ir the end of rc'gular to send it into a one-ininute' c'xtra period, where' he got a cjuit k lake down to end iht' match. lavonThompstin (I'),') pountls), Ntt k Mabry (220), ( orc'y Rol)le*- do 128 3), /a< li l\ons M 1 i), ( lit is lian McKown (120' .ill ('.trnc'd pins, while' (lino St i.iraha 1147) won .1 12-4 dc'c ision. Iht' ( ougats are' tiack on the“ mat <il 8 a.m. on Satuiel,i\ loi ihc' ( hnrehill Varsity lonrname'nl in San Antonio. NB wrestling kicks off season tonight Ihe* NeW' Braunlc'Is wrt'sliing kit ks oil its st'.ison at ■> today in a dual rnc'el agar list (’onvc'rse ludson .it Ac aek'niy Strt'et Clym. Uniconi c oach (at'g I a( oss hiis a mixture ol velt'rans .md youth, led b\ senit)t Ihaddc'us ktow'ii, who is ranke'd No I I by Inside' It'xas Wrestling, Leach agrees to be new WSU head coach Vo. 25 Texas A&M beats Alcorn State SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) I (inner h'x.ts Ic't h t eiat h Mik(' 1 c'ae ti is the' nev\ li(\id c ts.K h al Wash-ingle nr Stale'. 1 he s( hool s.iid VVe'dne’sda\ that It'.itti had .igrec'd in ptiiK iple tc) ti live ye>.u e onti.H I. I le will be' inlioduted lU'Xt lut'sday at .i news < on-ft'it'iK t' in Pullman. Fetms ol lhe> I wert' mil immt'di.iU'ly avallatile 1 c'.u h, .so, )osted an 84-44 ret ore at It'xas Fee h, leading the Red Raidf'iîv; to 14) bowl a[)pearane e's in 10 sc-a- sons. Hc' W'as fired in 2t)()‘) amid allegations hc' mistreatc'd a player with a c oncussion. 1 CMC h was at the lop of Moos' list ot c andidalc's, in |)art because Moos wants a high powered offc'nst' at WSl t. While' at Ic'Xas Ic'c h, I c'ac h's Ait Raiel otfc'use roulinc'ly let! the' nation in p.issing atiel sc't nuinc'rous rt'cords. leach was offensive' coordinalor at Kentucky a n d O k I a ho m .i fe >r e bc'coming the Rc'cF Raiders head coath in 2000. COLLEGE STATION (AP) Texas A<S<M didn't en)o\ its latest win. Ray turner se ored 1 (> points and the 25th r.inkc'd Aggic's ovc'tc amc' ,i slc'c'py start and avvtul shooting to detc'al Alcorn St<ite S()-44 on Wt'ckies-day night. David loul)eMu atklc'cl 14 points and Naji I lib-bc'rt c'igtil re'bounds tor the Aggies (S 1), who won lluvii Mill ( onsc'c II tive noncoiiteience home' game. Kt'F)orian Sullivan It'd tht' Bravt's with I 1 points and eight !• VN ZONi: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS CLASS SA DIVISION I StitB Quarttrfinals So(ithlal<fi CsrrolK13 0) vs Arlington Mailm (12-1), 6 p m Saturrtav, Dallas' Ford Stadium Dallas Sl<yline (13 Ql vs Ttie Woodlands (12 1), 4 p m Saturday, Waco ISO StadMiin Fori B»nd Hiqtitower (i1 2) vs Pearland (11 21, 4 [I rn Saturday, Houston's Tully StadiuMi HarlimiPi( |i3 0) vs SA Madison (9 4), 1 yi\p Hi Friday, Kingsville CLASS SA DIVISION II State Quarttrfinals Atiilerie (10 3) vs Mansfield Timt)erview (112), 2 p rn Saturday, Denton's Collins Complex Spriny Oekaney (U 2) vs Sprmcj Westfield (10 3), 2 p rti Saturday Hurntile’s Turner Stadium La Porte 0? 1) vs Port Arttuir Memorial (12 t) I pm Saturday, Houston's Fieliant Stadium Cíbolo Steel« (13 0) vs SA Fleagan (12-1), 5 p m Saturday, San Antonio s Heroes Stadium CLASS 4A DIVISION I State Quarterfinals WF Ridei (10 3) vs Hewitt Midway (112) 130 (irn Friday Mansfield's Ni’wsom Stadium Stieim.w no 3)v. lyler (10 31, / 30 p m, Dallas'font Stadium ,i\nq.|ptnn (13 0) vs Pf>arland Dawson (11 2), 1 pill Satiiiilay, Pearland tSD Stadium lakp Iravis (13 0> vs Cedar Park 111 2), 7 30 p m friday, Austin's Royal Memorial Stai|iiiiii CLASS 4A DIVISION II State Quarterfinals AlednlD 2)vs, Stephenvillp 111 2), 3 pm S.itiiiday, Midloftiian CorsR.toa (12 II V' Kilgrire (4 4), 7 30 pm f iid.iy, rdiiicy laMair|up(ll 2) vs Manvel 113 0), 2 pm Siitiiirfay Giili‘11,1 ParMSD Stadium CC Calallen II? II vs Kerrville livy 111 21 2 p III Satiirdáy San Aiitorwi's Com.ilander Stadium CIASS 3A DIVISION I State Semifinals Alvai.uiu (13 01 vs Hwidersdii (11*2), 7 p m Inday, fiedloid s PenniiKjton Field lylin Cliapel Hill 113 Oivs Wost Culumliia (13 Ol, 1 30 pm ( ml.iy NnC:fU|iliir:hes' Biyi Stadium State Championstrip Alvai.tdo HetrdtMson winner vs Tyler CIi;I()hI Hill-West Ciiliimt)ia wiiiiier, 7 30 p m Dri % A<liiu)tou's Cowliiiys Stadium CLASS 3A DIVISION II State Quarterfinals Shalliiwater (11 2) vs Monahans 111-2). 7 30 p m Friday Midland Aryylr'(!2 llv.s (jilmer (13-0) /30pni Friday, Corsicaria We.4 Orange Starts 110 3) vs Coldspnnij Oakluiist U3 0), 7 30 p m Fnday, Hunihlf s Turner Stadium Devini; (13 0) vs Wimtierley (13 0), 7 p m Satuiday, San AittDiiio's Comalander Stadi .irn CLASS 2A DIVISION I State Quarterfinals Miilf'luie (11 llv;; Fastlaiid {12 0), 7 p III I fii.iay, Udc' .a s Ratlift Sladuim Metis', 1(10-1) vs üaingeilieid (10 3), 7 30()iii f riday, fiuyse City Cioi:kf!t(ll llv I.ltumlll ?1 7 p.m Friday, Attiens Blant'ti (8 "il vs Hem()Steai1112 01, 7 30 p 111 I ii;1'iy, Rastiup CLASS 2A DIVISION II State Quarterfinals Hiitliday(10-2)vs Cisi:o(12 01 / 30 pm Friday, Spriiigtowii Gunter (10 2) vs Corsicana Mildred (12 0), 7 30 p ti) Friday Garland's Johnson Stadium AipdO 2) vs LexinqtunllO 21, 7 30 pm Fnday, Waco ISO Stadium Soiioia (12-0) vs Refugio (12 0), 7 30 p m fnday, San Antunio's Heroes Stadium CLASS 1A DIVISION I State Quarterfinals Seymuur (10 3) vs Stamford (11-2), 7 30 pm fnday, Breckeiuidge Mueiister (12 0) vs Mart (10 2), 7 30pm Friday, Aledo Lovelady (11 I) vs Garrison 1111), 7 30 pin fnday, Lulkin Mason (12 0) vs Shiner (8-5), 7 30 p m Friday Geargetown CLASS lA DIVISION II State Quarterfinals Spnnglake Earth (7 5) vs. Wellington (12 0), 6 pm fridáy, Amarillo's Biviiis Stadium Munday (11 2) vs Windthoist (11-1), 7 30 p in, Fiiday, Wicliita Falls' Memorial Stadium Motiiit Fiiterpnse 111 1) vs Tenaha (11 0), 7 30 p 111 Friday, Carthage Burton (11-2) vs falls City (10 2), 7 30 p.m Fnday, Buda rebountls. At'x'M, 111 Its most oft kilter outing ot tht' t'arly st'ason, misst'tl all 17 til its ?'pt)inl attc'nipls. Ale orn Slate was only \ til I 1 Irom bc'yond tht' art. lexas AiV>M, whie h lias won linee straight, is still without Its lop player, guard Khris Mieldle-ton, whti is ex|H't It'd bac k in k'ss than two vvet'ks aftc'r rcHtivering Irtim surgers t)n a torn mc'niivt tis in his riglil knc'e' Ah cMii Slate lost its sixth t'tinscH Litive giinie. ■ uxds „ LOTURV ► IEXAS LOTTERY PICK 3 (11/30) Day 124 Night 0-4-7 DAILY 4 (11/30) Day 35-8-2 Night 2-3-8 4 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot; $27 rnillron 6-13 19-24-36-42 (11/26) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jack(30t: $28 rnillion 6-8 11 20-41 44(41/30) MEGA MILLIONS (11/29) 17-29-43-48 MB; 52 Megaplier; 4 TEXAS TWO STEP (11/28) 9-11-26-30 BB; 28 CASH FIVE (11/30) 2-10-18-23-32 POWERBALL (11/30) 2-6 34-35-47 PB; 22 Power Play; 2 Feir breaking news, sports scores, wesather, trafftc and iniel day iiixlattis, folkiyv its (in Tyyittei ©NewBiaiinfetsHZ Learn wliat’s iii tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive aletls. 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