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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Za/funy Local basketball_ Sunday, December 11,1963    9A NB, Cougarettes open district play The girls teams from Canyon and New Braunfels kick off District 13-4A play — against each other — to highlight this week’s local basketball action. The Cougarettes and Unicorns play Monday night at the Canyon gym, with the junior varsity game at 6 p.m. and the varsity afterward. Canyon is 4-3 after winning the consolation bracket of this weekend's Hays Tournament, while New Braunfels is 2-6. The Cougarettes have been led in scoring by Stephanie Burch, while New Braunfels is led by Teresa Thomas. The game is a rematch of Friday’s consolation round game at Hays, which was won 33-38 by the Cougarettes. Burch had 24 points in that game and Thomas had 13. In the other game Monday night, Smithson Valley's girls try to get back on the winning track with a home game against Marble Falls. The Rangerettes are 3-6 after losing to Canyon in the consolation finals this weekend at Hays. Tuesday night, Smithson Valley's boys face a St. Anthony’s team that beat them 78-52 earlier this season, while New Braunfels’ boys play Alamo Heights at home and Canyon faces Cole at home. The Rangers, who broke a five-game losing streak by beating Canyon 43-41 in the first round of the Hays tournament, are now 2-7 on the season. Inexperience has been Smithson Valley’s main problem this year, with a sophomore-dominated team. St. Anthony’s whipped the Rangers in the first round of the Cole Tournament two weeks ago. Tuesday’s action will get underway with a freshman game at 5 p.m., followed by the junior varsity and varsity games. At the Unicorn gym, 2-6 New Braunfels will finally have a full roster. The end of the football season adds at least eight players to Coach Cliff .Wilkins’ team, which has been working with only seven players. Sophomore Tile Schmidt, a 6-4 post player, has been New Braunfels' top scorer so far this season with a 16.5 point-per-game average. Action gets started at 6 p.m. with the junior varsity game. At Canyon, the Cougars will try to rebound from an unimpressive performance at the Hays Tournament. The Cougars have struggled since point guard Thomas Haeussler injured his ankle two weeks ago. And though Haeussler is back, the Cougars are still struggling. Canyon is 4-4 heading into the game, which will be preceded by a junior varsity contest at 6 p.m. Thursday, Smithson Valley’s boys and Canyon’s girls will be at the Dripping Springs tournament, while everyone else will be at the Boerne tournament. Next weekend marks the end of the tournaments for local teams. ★ Unicorns Continued from Page SA recovery at the Unicorns' 32 with 8:19 left in the game. New Braunfels proceeded to march 68 yards in six plays, as Bender completed his first two passes of the night. The second completion was a 28-yarder to a wide open Matney in the end zone with 6:25 left. But all the good cheer ended on the ensuing onside kick, as Bobby Tristan's onside kick took a funny hop and linebacker Marlon Holbert fielded it at the 48 and raced 44 yards to the New Braunfels 4-yard line. David DeLemos kept Holbert out of the scoring summary by pushing him out of bounds, but Sardelich got the touchdown on a broken play two plays later. New Braunfels had the ball once more, but didn’t air the it out. "All that’s going to do is prolong the game, and that game was something that needed to be over quick," Streety said. "It was something you wanted to get over quickly like a dread illness or getting a tooth pulled." New Braunfels wound up the year 11-2-1, and was the only team to reach the Class 4A final four two years in a row. Bay City is 14-0 and plays Lubbock Estacado for the state championship next week. Briefly Skat club sots meeting The New Braunfels Skat Club will hold its regular monthly skat tournament Wednesday at 7:30 p m. at Eagles Hall. Approximately one turkey for every two players will be given away as prizes All Bowling skat players are welcome. Local swimmer wins age group D'Layne Ponfick of New Braunfels received the high point award for the 13-14 girls age group at the San Antonio Aquatic Club’s Winter Invitational Swim Meet. A. Hay* Tournament Friday's games Girls Canyon S3. New Braunfels 38 Canyon: Stephanie Burch 11-2-24; Kim Rittimann 341-8; Carol Friedel 1-0-2; Suzie Cuddy 3-5-11; Laona Soechting 4-2-10. Totals 22 9-53. New Braunfels: Teresa Thomas 53-13; Jena Chafin 3-OS; Terri Sides 4-0-8; Kim Wright 2-1-5; Heather Seay 1-0-2; Debbie Smith 1-0-2; Sabrina Sanchez 1-0-2. Totals 16-6-38. Score by quarters: Canyon    9    12    19    13 - 53 New Braunfels    2    13    9    12-38 Smithson Valley 60, Randolph 12 Boys New Braunfels 51, Canyon 34 New Braunfels: Dsvid Cadded 3-915; Tilo Schmidt 4-311; John Muschalek 4-1 -9; Mike Wofford 3-1-7; Bid Fox 13-5 Totals 17 17 51 Ponfick, swimming for the Alamo Area Aquatic Association, scored 51 points to win her age group. Approximately 240 swimmers from all over South Texas attended the meet. She was fourth in four events, second in one event and fifth in two events. Here are this week s results from Comal Bowl: Monday Morning Coffee:    I.    Goepf Jewelers 2 Hilda's Avon. 3 NB Savings and Ixian High series: Elizabeth Wetz-berger, 494 High game Elizabeth Wetz-berger, 189 Monday Night Ladies: I. Wholesale Beer Inc. 2 Walt's Brake Shop. 3 T-Kraft High series: tails Dreibrodt, 585 High game: lens Penshom, 227. Sunday Night Mixed I On Target 2. Misfits. 3. Interstate Gulf High series. Aldolfo Ortega. 522. High game: Aldolfo Ortega. 202 Wednesday Morning Knifer Klatsch I. (liei Keno s Drive Inn and Texas Commerce Bank 2. louise'* Beauty Salon. 3. Clark's Auto Services. High series: Nancy Watson, 572. High game: Louis Harborth, Annette Cass, 211. Ball and Chain: I Mac’s Beverage. High team senes: Braunfels Sporting Goods. 2188 High team game: Nance’s Day Care, 771. High individual series: men. T.J. Watson, 650; women, Jamie Nance, 603 High individual game: men. T.J. Watson, 280; women, Jamie Nance, 238. TG IF: I. Kings and Queens. 2 Walt’s Brake Shop. 3. Wild Bunch. High senes: men, Terry Morgan, 583; women, Lout Dreibrodt. 565 High game: men, Terry Morgan, 235; women, Beverly Timmerman. 216 Thursday Night Ladies: I. Colemans. 2. Canyon: Randy Riggs 5-0-10; Thomas Haausslar 4-0-8; Jeff Dandurant I 2-4; Todd Banks 1-2-4; Pete Huegele 2-0-4; Rodney Hansen 10-2; Ben Garcia 0-2 2. Totals 14-6-34. Score by quarters: New Braunfels    IO    19    6    16    —    51 Canyon    6    10    12    6-34 Pflugerville 63, Smithson Valley 46 Smithson Valley: Butch Hegemon 52-14; Sean Hays 2-1-5; Rolando Trevino 3-4 10; Ray Reyes 2-4-8; Chris Lehmann 0-2 2; Todd Golsch 0-1 I; Ronnie Rigdon 1-4-6 Totals 15 16-46 Score by quarters Smithson Valley    9    9    8    20    -    46 Pflugerville    12    12    16    23    -    63 Saturday's games Boys Randolph 53. Smithson Valley 52 Smithson Valley Butch Hegemon 5518. Seen Hays 30 6: Rolando Trevmo 2 0 4. Paul Booth 4-2-10; Ray Raya* 3-0-6; Chria Lehmann 3-0-6; Ronnie Rigdon 1-0-2. Totals 22-552. Score by quarters: Smithson Valley    12    14    12    14-62 Randolph    12    14    14    13-53 Taylor 73, New Braunfela 48 New Braunfels: Tilo Schmidt 7-0-14; David Cadded 7-0-14; John Muachalek 5212; Todd Barns 0 2 2; Bill For 2-2-6. Totals 21-5 48 Score by quarters: New Braunfels    6    8    18    16 — 48 Tsylor    16    15    18    23-73 Girls Canyon 37, Smithson Valley 24 Canyon: Stephanie Burch 5512; Kim Rittimann 1-0-2; Leona Soechting 4-513; Suzie Cuddy 3-1-7; Nancy Tiaken 1-52; Lauren Burch 51-1. Totals 157-37. Smithson Valley: Julie Cappel 559; Sandi Bell 41 -9; Tiffany Beene 2-0-4; Terri Mooney 152. Totals 154-24. Schlitz Light Beer. 3. Coom. High series: Patsy Chenoweth, 600 High game: Lxiis Dreibrodt, 248. Tuesday Night Mixed: I. Scott 2. Kettle. 3. Wilson. High series: men, Michael Worden, 516; women, Mum Morales, 467. High game: men, David Flugrath, 195; women, Ethel Anderson, 200. Carnal Ladies Monday Afternoon: I. Guaranty State Bank. 2. Texas Commerce Bank. 3. Arby’s High series: Sis Jung, 548. High game: Sis Jung, 200 Tuesday Morulag Ladies: I. Jerry Jon. High team senes: Blackwell Welding, 1649. High team game: Wingfield Construction, 647. High individual series: Lois Dreibrodt, 544. 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