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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Wednesday December 16 196i Heraid-Zedunp New Braunfels Texas Page ha NB hands 'Hounds first loss of season Bv TIM WAITS Staff Writer Parent of the New Braunfels I nu oms girl" basketball Ie,tm \tvi their daughters come of ag.- before their eyes with the biggest win of the young reason The Parents Night crowd at I mcom gym saw their team come (rom behind to pub out a thrilling ii 49 victory over pf ex anis iv unbeaten Boerne With last Saturday 'Ti >1 drubbing at the hands of the Lady ii rev hounds in the finals of tin* Boerne tounu ment planted in their brain the t nu oms went to work Monday to magi' that lo" d distant memory \fter we get stomped by them in the ti hi rn. invent we worked hart Monday 'aid I nu >>rn 1 oat h Patsy Davis Me folded under their pressure in toe tournament .»n*t we lid at tim*-' tonight but we bandied them well That was em* of the hest ms ond halves w»- ' avehad sh*- said The first time the I rn coms graft- that District 13-4A District basketball \tandmqs GIRLS Team    *v    I    GB Fretter t< k'tnirg    ; Boerne    3    I    I New Braunfels    ;    I    I nvv    2    I    I Has'    2    2    2 I Semen'    J    2    2 • amort    I    )    ; Us khan    I 'tnnhscm \ alley    u    .I    I    . Tvrsdii s Games New Braunfels ' \ Boeme I- reder t lo arg T"> t ars-*''. I Has' , > emei.' '4 Tis sM Iv m JT f ' -a* . s Camel Des JI y r«- 'et . no-ur». al New Bra .riels •Ovy team    a    l    GB ed lh*- lea I w as a th 5 game But Bv* y dung L til the {mal bu, i. * ■ Viter Kris:* » M right : fr*T throws * lo move W thin two 58 a th - M La*.' J .a v mg a I nicoms ha! ii v..un p I a iv Hound pass at I t,a-x lf in for a ifs easv bu IC Oft* t lf! {fit* lite* % t trip a J the glass I rte ti {Ult lh.. I n 11 f Bl* r i t I Kell Lav is |k«l Vt* 42 adv antae* With a fi B* turner ta ill a '! ret* a mg TV" stole n»-w Braunfr > lit.' I ts4a • I Games Des J J Sr wk Br aul lets vt 6 retjerlclutbuTg Mith 27 seconds left Doep penschmidt casually hit the first freebie plus the bonus to give the I nicoms a four-point cushion 51-47 Molly Ketchum closed the gap to two with a bank shot for Boerne Meiss was forced to foul Wingate with five ticks left as the I mcom junior wa' driving to the basket Wingate missed the front end of the one phi' one attempt but the Greyhounds with no timeouts lefts were unable to get off a shot before the bulter They are a determined group “ 'aid Da\ss of her team It seems we are better coming from behind That mas not tie good down the road but It 'what ai* re doing now • me of 'he key moses rn the game f*»r the I nu oms wa' their second quarter switch from full court to ha,: c ourt pn*"ure The move helped the I nuoms weather a second-quarter slump in which they didn t score a point in more than four minutes and didn t hit a field goal un ti! there was just 2 18 left in the half The I lucern' went im an 8 2 mn to close out the first half Davis ccm mn ted on bai k to bai k field go,tis i rista I K*es and N ka Schmidt hit from the low p,>'*, m the last minute to Let the t nicoms to within IO, ** iv at ♦st t he *? i*: ahead with a fret* throw and took a v? arc bs-* from t’tnity Torres for an easy t asket Boerne s f'*etit;:se Meixs hit t w < < free 'twit' to i ut the lead tm k ti> iwi■ with i* 'reofvts : * 'Gaining y\i- " w as a hist led tor traveling on * ?•«■ Lady M<»uiI*ensuing offensive trq aik! after a tin is»u* touted Men !y I kjeppefis* fun i It oft the t rutaJITls I >a\ Is gUe" c tori I rn i ame Moon W rial Me play a lot better in that said of the half court press I wo feel more ms urt being to th** Casket ore, guards Torre' and Mr ght up with 'teal after 'teal a' the rt ' gf a welt aw c. .d »• , .ids !' awd r cc* ’bar I pa :‘er t brought two interceptions for east t askets anti hit a a»ng Kel l Davis goes up two o* her tearr-high *5 points ^ jesday night pbOtO by Der*! C ark ti . ie quarter I 'av is led points while a uh :• They are 1 oat Ii I la v is Aorked on b Ae I! t*e ri a a uh a field goal the 1 mcom' will I ecker ,ed all set real confident of bet player' reakmg the pre" d\ for FrederH ss ( arpen ter I 2 ' 2 -m*w aid a : i I Tot*** 23 J ’0 «« NEA ISAUNF11 J ll sa in Me an<f arg S '* 5* ’ 1 ’"epl T0**11 2’ Boerne New f}r*un*e ■ Kl point frenzy brought then I t** wt*r til* late in the * .thin a pc* I da i int *r thai Statistics B> et 12 N> BOERNE Jv KO re f rein men Sew F KO re ama h Hr'*; neei w >hj u ll — 4« kl* — $1 un Foul* Three point I Boerne 28 iraunfels SS Academic 13-4A team in volleyball announced Nearly half of the 37 players named to the 13 TA Academic All District volleyball team are iocal players State-finalist New Braunfels had seven players who qualified for the team a th 90 or above grade averages on all courses Six players from ( a ny on matte the list as did four from smithson \ alley Making the team from New Braunfels are Melissa Bading Leigh Ann Forney .Alma Martinez Rachel McFarland Mary Alice Vela Kim M ingate and Krista Wright The six cigarettes earning the honors are Lory Hill Jennifer Kyle Stacey Moeller Mim Rittimann Judy Schandua and Margie M JI tams The four player' on the team from Smithson 5 alley are Leslie McCoy Billette Phillips Deleyce saur and Deanna 'n'breeder Like New Braunfels Boerne had seven players make the All-Ac ade rn ice team The Lady Greyhounds on the team are Megan Alexander < ourtney Cloud Tammy Hackeraon Rachel Lang Felice Pfeiffer Rachel beewald and Jour. I ecker Ha;.' had six players on the team Ann Bo]snow ski Ginger Howard Kin, Herring Michelle Low den Amy Powell and lavra Mimer Four player' from Kerrville Tivy qualified for the team Brenda Kunz Debra Maurer Shannon Riddle and Deneise shenk La Sonya '.rant Monica Hill and Anna Leija made the team from lax* khan The grades of the volleyball players from samuel Clemens were not reported Unicorns, Cougars tumble in 13-4A road games New Braunfels rally short in district opener Slow start bogs down Canyon in loss to Billies a .» *, Ne a if-ik, en. •rfrii* *1 i pi ,*J| » (rtrtl * , » ft ,f ' iftjyiflfl# 4.1 | Ilf1 Iff# lf row line bv* ?- Bie .. tree it mmt'M ' * in I rn* 1 ft-LIAN ill tilt* jgjWfit* lbs !.hr i«rt*v Hicnifv .ti. ia-.ii.g 1emf a Na ♦> > UU It aas 1 the Im ■ 4 A s is tul «t dis!net r v I ut* **!*» t\ ► -■toe for the I rn emTis va hi Ie Boeme rn I > a. J J .pro..*. shivers : its rn of ... tMWJ ^ d to I I * of his game tag! 21 points n th*- first t the t i rev h oands took a 4“ 24 halftime ad v a? tag* Bor rn* * hi! S'S * bret* pointers rn ?! ie had with Shi.rr s c» Hr lei Rifle't. ng on (oui l| \ f*H Hi' 11 gi ‘ lit lr Okife’h *, > overcome sa: I sew Br auf lit*I ll I ll Alien Luksa A.- ; av,-,: .« gitd sr* • RXI Fa. ! b*4h off** nsivelv and de fem ii Y t* 1 Y | ! % H'S the fie.- ti . lf OW I ll he that ult ie Bvt* in tmutely did us n tssed fro*- thru* .t HMVfl IHI I f |4* 'N a as the * rn,* et ids of t we > one a ‘H'P* ii f lift i f it* n a! the 'all.* 11 mr Bim-me w as faking adv anti i|fr cl! if K up port unit ii ' Pal i. lief fern ar. sealed the gar Ute Pf ll 11 i *1 i p. alt 'rn ut I lls ; throw att enipts in the fir,.si ■ , .arter They ha. e a g«-t team Luk'a a av .4 ! * i ha-..' a lot Of good outside 'boutell iii < I easily ha. »• a - iii the game ed the I iwcoms a if it points orb* :■ >ubIe figures for the team w.-re Dab ll, : Pa! M f Bal.K'tot and I Twig Mi* He tie man fun stied the game with It* points for Boerne w Uh Toe I lunge' adding lo FRKDKRK K'Ki Kl    \ 'low ''art in the enemy gym proved to tie too much to overcome fur the * any or. Cougars Tuesday rn ght as the T rotten* ksburg Billi**' handed the Cougars their first District I i AA lOSS ii? i an von lei! t **t\ im! bs 10 2u-1 o New Braunfe,' Alii gets Us rematch with B.»-rn. at after the first quarter and the Billies birne on Jan 2* Thr I nu urns pen play rn the ( any »n t 'lassie at 4 p rn 'ta\ed off the Cougar' rally efforts Tfie i 'uugar> narrowed the gap to tw* Thursday against I *ei V al ie They will p!i\ either point' in the *hird quac**r tm: the L** khan or <,urwa.* ' in the m*. und round V victory md Is-i Valle w»n*»*l sen," New illaunleis to an 8 p rn Lame of 1 stay a loss would move lh** I meoms to a * a m Coyest OI sat urthe. Statistics N6 w BHV’ NtkL' kl st tm an ll (.alto* as ll vktmsi Ban*'ton Hantrr * Holland I SiRtfflOtM}' Wright Walker Hr*titan am, V* 1 Herrrr* B» o HSI * sh mts 21 Bef femur, lf I Xx get. It J* ason* bason* Hot g>t wtilt*rn* Ijmgte.n vttmKr Hen'*. Hr* Br * «*,**> \    J    !| <1 «    *1 B. * •    g    lf I ll    *1 Statistics ( am * ’N <• Burkha] rdt 15 W Ilion IO K)iia> 7 bader I. * Mc Br tde * Perkin' ti VU-i J Endicott 2 s* ri,.i | , W uke- KRF.DF.Hl* K'Bt HL * 7 kt>tt is Herzog 14 ( : Ka! T,ar I s» handua 7 Burg * (,Hi J Jo*ob Hottbme vc#*# r r* ut , K'hurg u Ca ny un 24 billie' kept coming up with the shots when they needed them St seemed ilk.* . verytime we    Teammate I>ar>i Kutt had a game w**ul t gel they wuu.d hit a    high In while Ai Rurkhardt led the three point lx>u) or get a big    ( ougars w ith 15 bi'ket 'aid t in von * oath David \ lot of 'tut: JU'1 wouldn't go Tov lur Thev hurt us Aith three s down for us said Tavlor Thev They are a good shooting team didn t ik) anything we weren t T rn Her/og conned tour three prepared for point shots to keep th** Cougars at    A I" of I * night at the free throw bay and finished Aith 14 points    Un** dtdn : help tile < ougars The i ougars made up some ground in th* second quarter by outscoring the Billies 14 IU lo make the score Hu-24 at halftime Canyon stayed within a couple of three point shots of Fredericksburg until the dosing seconds when the Billies went on a scoring binge to bump up their winning margin Me played hard We just weren't sharp said Tay lor You can’t play from behind in their place ” < any on now i i in district play will spend the weekend hosting the ( any on Classic the Cougars own tournament The < ougars w ill enter lain Bandera at 7 p m Thursday lf the Cougars get by the Bulldogs they w iii take on the w inner of Thurs day afternoon s San Antonio t oi-e Antonian game Friday at 7 p rn Rangers wallop Bandera Cold second half stalls the Cougarettes It AS if* ***, <>f;, J || M ti (bal that the ^ s Karate teat an <k at v . over lh>- Build* Banger Gy rn Itiesdav night I !■ ai t think I \ **ver had that hapjm-n    said R»»g«*r Kraft of his ■ un.; bsf rn* rd M* had <-\ii item sit ond half of ens** Brandon Fran.' pros s..tet most of Ute Rang.!' of fen s* a ’h a game high 18points The game was fairly close in th. first half a' th*. Hangers led L> I < after th*- firs* quarter and by just s«'\en H 27 at halftime \ chang*' in defensive strategy and IN* steady offensive output allowed tfw Rang.'! s to pour it un in the mnuml half Sh. Bulldog' did manage to store I second halt .potnift from the free throw 11 fit* lh*' game it,ar kist th*' .ast rum iistrut gart*e for the Bangers af< Alii !*• aff for th*' next two W**.*ks as Kiev prepare for telly district competition beginning a th Hay sun I Ks ** From here on out we will t»e pretty prepared said Kraft Me will just try to establish ( unsisten ii im the * our! Statistics IMMU Kl Vt vat 14 Stsiop'52 ■ artlet .a* t, h.v.ri * Hatnt I V tick I HtKinuurz Maraurek i iaih 'MITH'.'N V Mi m Ti Fram 18 Halt lo Curtuk Kuhardumk Mont:k Herring * lneley » I Vta'T-. New man 2 P*i*dino Him Kl and H*i)fim* .car* Vntnfhvon v*n«, I* B*n4*«« ll B i TOM LABINSKI SPO*tv Editor Th*- Canyon ('ougarvttea played two halve' of fcaikettkall as cons)'tent as tfH‘> were distinct I uesday night In Hie first half i any on s snots went in In the 'et and half they simply didn t a> Fredericksburg ftanded the Cougareite> .* 75 4 3 victory at Canyon Gym Jodie Ranis*', scored 22 <•( her gamehigh d in th** s«Tond half as the Bill!* ' stretched a ll lo halftime advantage into a 52 point win to improve the team s district mark to 4<* Mith the lo." the Cougarettes fail to I I Me dido t do anything differently rn Hie second half and neither did they said Canyon Coach Joy st barf “For some reason our shots just would not fall in the last half Fredericksburg was the model of efficiency Tuesday night shooting better than SU percent from the floor in each quarter and finishing the game with field goals in BU attempts The Cougarettes were a respectable 13 of in Statistics ' listens** i.*r Laumant. I th EWI DE WilkvBuHG ’J) VV r ideo I el ie? « 2U I Kramer I u I rantren 4 do ti Kanssrv is 2 2 * Filer' >04 VU FcersOl 21 I ashy f* 20 14 Tot*!* ll i II TV CANT ON i«J Frtcdei 11 u. HUI i I i D Krieg 2------- v Williams 4. 4 lo Totals ll* '2*1 fr*0*rickv!»of9    *•    ti    2J    ^ Canyon (Mg - Fnedei Bore. ka 2 MM August rn I 2 2 * Kyle I Bio* h 0 OO 0, Bitt lits aru;" o TS * I ~ 41 Franzen Tora Fouted out    F neiie.    KranUen I -Ha; r r t-ck*rn ksburg IS • any on IS Three point goal toub Krieg the first half then fell to 5 of 22 in the last two quarters Me were moving the ball upcourt making our pass**' and taking the right shots It seemed Uke there w as just a lid on our basket ,” Schar f said Mhiie lh** Cougarettes offense was sputtering Stacey 'allenicier found an open spot in the Cougarette defense 12 feel away from the basket on the baseline From there she hit seven of lo 'nots accounting for 14 of her 18 points Th re** of Sultemeier s made-to-order buckets came in the third quarter as the Billies outscored Canyon 22-6 “I don t know bow a team can score ll points one quarter ly the next, and then be held to six and then seven.” Scharf said of her team ”1 thought our girls played a good game on both cl lens** and defense I don t know what would cause a team to go cold like that Fredericksburg s biggest lead in the first half was seven points but Margie Williams made on* of two free throws to narrow the gap to six at 27-21 lx>ry Hill then canned a 16-footer and the Billies missed the front end of a one and-one Hill s jumper cut the deficit to two. then Leah Hr leg forced a turnover at midcourt Krieg came back to sink a three pointer - the first for Canyon ab season - giving the Cougarettes their only lead of the game 28 27 That lead was extended to three points when Krieg hit again from 15 feet out but Suitemeter Se* CANYON Page UA Two Aggies declared ineligible pending investigations (Old.Flit STATION VI* rexas VANI football coach Jackie Mn-mll said he has declared two players on his squad ineligible (or the Jan I Cotton Bowl game with Notre Dame pending an investigation into ailega turns they signed a contract with an Atlanta agent ’ In v lew of the events of the past two days concerning Tony Bartley ami Melvin Collins and alter my talks with those two players I have decided to declare them ineligible for competition until we can find oui all the facts about their dealings with an agent named Jim Abernethy ” Sherill said Tuesday night Bartley a senior shares tune at offensive tackle Collins a junior is the Aggies ba*A up fullback It appears that both of them received imam tai benefits from the agent bul we still question his testimony and the exact details of Bu* entire matter Sherrill said The \tlunt.i ( on#Hutton reported Tuesday that Bartley and I oil ins are among five Southwest Conference players involved with At>emethy Tuesday. \lu*methv gave the Constitution a copy of a contract that nine players signed with him last summer Abernethy said he decided to make his dealings public atter having a religious religious experience The Constitution said the only contract copy Abernethy did not provide the newspaper was for Collins Abe me thy said Collins contract was in a safe deposit box but he promised to bring it to the paper this week Sherrill said Texas AAM asked Bu* paper for a copy of the notarized contract they have for Bartley, but was turned down Texas VAM officials have sent a leprosen tative to Atlanta to verify the claims Sherrill said lf the allegations prove true Bartley and Collins would be ruled ineligible under NCAA procedures VAM then would appeal their cases to the NCAA s eligibility committee in hope of restoring their eligibility for the Cot ton Bow I Sherrill said Neither Bartley nor Collins w ill be allowed to comment on the allegations Sherrill said The other SMC players named by Vbemethy as having signed contracts with him are running back Tony Jeffery and reserves Wayne Muddy and John Booty, all of Texas Christian TCI ruled Jeffery in eligible prior to the Homed Frogs final game of the season because of his involve ment with Abernethy Abernethy told the Constitution he signed nine players in all to contracts while they still had college eligibility a violation of NCAA rules Abernethy made ut dei disclosures and ac elations in addition to the player contracts Ile said he paid SS UUU to "a top Dallas Cowboys personnel man for extensive in formation on college football players He would not name the official See AGI NY, Pete 12A ;