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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas High school championships get underway Saturday By JAY JORDEN Associated Press Writer Hurst Bell coach Tim Andrews says that for 16 years he has dreamed about the opportunity to coach a high school football team through the playoffs to the state championship. The dream becomes reality for Edwards at 2 p.m. Saturday, when his Blue Raiders clash with Beaumont West Brook in the Houston Astrodome for Class 5A supremacy. "That’s what so scary about it.” the 38-year-old Edwards said. "This might be a once-in-a-lifetime thing so I'm trying to enjoy everything about it. I’m taking in the whole view and ifs been great. It really has. And it really has gone by quickly.” Tailback Tom Ward put Bell in the finals with two touchdown runs for a 21-13 semifinal win over Dallas Carter at Texas Stadium last weekend. "You see other people and you dream about it,” Edwards said. But he will readily admit his team has done more than dreaming about victory. "This is just a great bunch of young people who believe in themselves and believe in their coaches,” the coach, who began his football career as a two-sport star in the Southeast Texas town of Somerville. "They have to set high goals for themselves. They have really come together. At times, it has just been like a dream,” said Edwards. The Blue Raiders, 14-0-1, began the season with a tough 17-7 victory over Fort Worth Western Hills, followed by six straight victories by the combined score of 246-12. Bell then slipped by Arlington Bowie 28-26 and whipped Arlington I^mar 24-7 to amass a 9-0 record before tackling Euless Trinity. "We were taking it week by week and got a little further ahead each game,” Edwards said. "We really didn’t know how good we were." The Blue Raiders slammed the Trojans 20-8 in a convincing win at Texas Stadium before 29,000 fans. Bell then rolled over Grand Prairie, Fort Worth Western Hills and San Angelo in the playoffs before downing Trinity again, this time on penetrations. "We got together on the sidelines and said we didn’t want our season to end,” quarterback Craig Presnall said. "We went out there and did it. That is the kind of team we are.” But Presnall had equal praise for Edwards, who began his coaching career as manager of the prison baseball team at Huntsville and required armed guards to keep his players on the field. "He’s the best coach I ever had," said Presnall, who ran for a 7-yard TD in the Carter game. "He’d do anything for me and for anybody else. He’s a very good man.” The Bruins, 10-4-1, eliminated Vidor 40-9 to reach the playoffs with a 6-4 record. Against Converse Judson last week, the Bruins punter retreated to his own 11-yard line on a high snap from center, then threw a screen pass that went 89 yards for the score and a 14-0 lead. West Brook trampled Judson 27-12. In other finals action, the Corsicana Tigers, 14-0, face off against Fort Bend Willowridge at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Kyle Field in College Station for the Class 4A crown. Willowridge, also 14-0 and fresh from a 38-0 mauling of New Braunfels in the semifinals, has outscored its opponents in four playoff games 143-26. But coach Neal Quillan fears the most powerful opponent will be Corsicana, which has outscored opponents 125-9. "We looked at Corsicana on film,” Quillan said, "and the kids are impressed with them. We know they are going to be the best team we’ve played all year.” Corsicana coach Don Denbow is equally impressed with Willowridge. "The teams they played against in the playoffs, they marched right over,” said Denbow. "It’s as if the playoffs weren't even there.” Willowridge, in only its third year on the varsity level, lias shown great speed this year. 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Fullback Carl Robinson, sidelined with a hamstring pull, returned to full-scale practice Thursday. All other injured players who missed the last two games of the season returned to practice earlier in the week, Akers said. The Longhorns leave Austin for El Paso Tuesday. Polar Bear Ashburn’s Handmade Candy SALT WATER TAFFY IN OUR FANCY CANDY SHOPPE Please don’t litter Ifs Our... % 1973 -1983 And To Celebrate This Great Event We Are Offering For A Limited Time Only OUR NEW MONEY MARKET CHECKING ACCOUNT PAYING Insured to $100,000 by FDIC Insurance Individual Accounts Only Unlimited Check Writing With Automatic Transfers Into The Anchor Savers Account FDIC FM2673 — (an\<m I ake, I i*\as 964-Bank San Antonio 497-3649 Cantion Xiake 'Bank 1982 Holiday Programming Sunday, December 19, 1982 IO AM CSE) "A Christmas Concert’* Hob Confit* hosts great Christmas classics...The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky and “Winter” front The Four Seasons by Vivaldi 3^ 12:30 PM fcgnbj 2 Hour Christmas Special of “The Music Makers TR 2:30 PM Ikgnbj The Advent Vesper Choir :30 PM Ikgnbj Christmas Concert of Canyon High School Hand. Smithson Valley Chorus and New Hraunfels Middle and High School Chorus Friday, December 24, 1982 3^Total Christmas Music throughout the day on both frgnbj and BE) Christmas Eve on ft 6:15 PM “The Night Before Christmas" a musical adaptation of Clement Moore’s Christmas classic by Fred Waring 6:30 PM...A Country Christmas (Part One) Christmas in the country with various country music artists 3^7:30 PM...“Cross Lutheran Church" Christmas Eve service, live and direct from Cross Lutheran Church in New Hraunfels ^8:30 PM..."St. Paul Lutheran Church”...a traditional Christmas Eve service TR 9:30 PM..."Christmas in the Country” (Part Two) more of your Christmas favorites by your top country artists Tff 11:00 PM..."First Protestant Church"...a candlelight service, live from the church sanctuary Saturday, December 25, 1982 AM Ikgnbl 1982, The Year In Review. Part One, The World and National News I PM Ikgnbl Christmas Festival...a two hour program hosted by Hob Concie featuring outstanding artists and orchestras performing all the favorites of the holiday season Sunday, December 26, 1982 1^7:30 PM (3E3 The Lutheran Hour...a special Christmas message from people living in the area of East Germany where Martin Luther was born almost 500 years ago Friday, December 31, 1982 ®6:00 PM through 2:00 AM CSE) ‘‘A Country New Years” Great music by the best country artists to help bring in the New Year. Let this be a part of your New Years Party. Saturday, January I, 1982 ^"9:00 AM Ikgnbj The 1982 Year In Review. Part Two, The Local News ;