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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 SPORTS November 2001 IB Raiders blast archrival Broncos Oakland WR catches two IDs in 3829 win AP Tim Brown was around for Oaklands years of futility against the Denver When the Raiders finally got the best of their the veteran receiver led the Brown caught two touchdown passes as the Raiders emphatically snapped a seven game losing streak against the Bron beating Den ver 3828 on Mon day night in a vic tory that affirmed the westward shift of power in the AFC The Raiders 6 1 won the division last season but lost twice to adding to a string of 11 defeats in 12 meetings with the Broncos and coach Mike who has taken extra pleasure in repeatedly beating the team that fired him more than a decade Jon snarling and scream ing on the got his first vic tory over Denver 44 with a game plan that made ample use of Brown and Jerry his veteran With the Raider Nation roaring its approval in a packed Oakland won its ninth straight regularseason home With two scores among his nine catches for 96 Brown passed Don Maynard for fifth place on the NFLs career list with 89 touch downs Brown and Rich Gannon communicated almost flaw lessly during several lengthy scor ing drives that broke down Den vers Zack Crockett rushed for two including a 3ynrd plunge with to while Rice caught three key passes for 47 Gan non was 25of34 for 243 yards nnd three Brian Griese shrugged off his balky shoulder to go 22of32 for 221 but he threw two fourth quarter interceptions that helped Oakland clinch the Coogs continue charge Canyon set for Region IV4A Semfinal against CC Calallen BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor The Canyon Cougarette volleyball team continues its postseason run at 7 today in the Region IV4A Semifinals at Beeville High School in Canyon 318 91 in District 274A will take on the Corpus Christi Calallen Lady who won District The Lady Wildcats defeat ed Gregoiy Portland run nerup in District 15 155 in the area round of the playoffs and most recently beat San Antonio Alamo Heights winner of District 294A in the regional Canyon after receiving a by in the first round of the playoffs disposed of Dripping Springs runnerup in Dis trict 264A in the area round of the playoffs and sidestepped district rival Smithson Valley third place in 274A this past Thurs Canyon has already advanced one round further in the playoffs than this past The Cougarettes most recent trip to the state tournament was in The winner of tonights match will move on to the Region IV4A Finals against the winner of the match between Mission Sharyland and San District 274A 2001 RNAL DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS All Dist xCanyon 318 91 yNew Braunfels 201573 Valley 2314 65 KenvilleTivy 191556 Boeme 2210 46 Fredericksburg 422 010 xDistrict champions yDistrict runnerup zwon thirdplace playoff match against Kerrville Tivy 23 Thirdplace tiebreaker Smithson Valley Kerrville 152 25 Bidistrict playoff matches New Braunfels SA Smithson Valley SA 30 Area playoff matches Canyon Dripping San Marcos New 1510 Smithson Valley Austin 1 Region IV4A Quarterfinal Canyon Smithson Today Region IV4A Semifinal Canyon Corpus Christi 7 at Beeville High School in Beeville JESSIE Canyons Arden Tunnell 22 spikes the ball over the net during Thursdays regional quar terfinal match against Smithson The Cougarettes play the Corpus Christi Calallen Lady Wildcats in the Region IV4A Semifinals at 7 today at Beeville High Tech officials revise security policies after postgame scuffle LUBBOCK AP Texas Tech offi cials are working on new security poli cies for football games in an effort to prevent a repeat of Saturdays melee following the Red Raiders upset of Texas Tech President David Schmidly said a university investigation into the which injured one could end with student Were not going to be tolerant or Schmidly To the extent our policies allow us to take were going to do He promised to take steps before Techs next home game 17 against The fight broke out after the Red Raiders beat the Aggies Tech fans tore down the southend goal marched the uprights down the field and poked them into an area where an Aggie contingent During the Mike McKinney suffered a facial cut that required eight McKinney is the father of current Aggies player Seth McK inney and is Rick Perrys chief of Schmidly said the students behav ior over the weekend does not project the image desired by the I pledge to everybody that Texas Tech is not going to be known as a place that a bunch of ruffians can ruin an athletic event because they cant control their emotions or their tem he Were just not going to have Im not going to sleep until we get it rooted out and Leaf will start for Cowboys this week BY STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer IRVING Ryan Leaf is getting another chance as an NFL Dallas coach Dave Campo said a day after Leaf made his first appearance with the that Leaf would be the starting quar terback this weekend at We feel Ryan will give us a lit tle and he feels comfortable with the offense Campo This is defi nitely an evaluation Leaf was the overall pick by San Diego in and was 414 as a starter the last three The Charg ers cut him after last season and then he didnt make Tampa Bays roster during training The Cowboys 25 signed Leaf on and Sunday he will be their fourth differ ent starting quarterback this He follows rookie Quincy Anthony Wright and Clint Carter and Wright are out with Stoerner tlirew interceptions on four straight including two in the end in the second half of Sundays 2724 overtime loss at the New York Campo confirmed the antic ipated move after team meet ings when he had an opportunity to speak to both Campo said the move was nt based on Stoerners per formance but rather a desire to take a good look at who has played See For a perfect game trophy avoid slippage BY BILL PAGAN Special to the NBHZ Once a year hunters get an opportunity at that Buck of a With proper plan ning and good field a hunter can take that trophy from the field to his or her When an animal receives poor field spoilage and hair slippage can Bac teria cause spoilage and slip page and bacteria growth can make the meat inedible and the hide useless for mount Depending upon the tem bacteria starts to grow in just a few short Once spoilage and slippage it can not be With proper field care this can be After locating and recovering the a hunter should make a note of the time he or she believes the game Locating length of time to field dress the game and the time it takes to get it to a will determine the condition of the hide and South Texas is often very warm during much of the hunting season and prop er field care is more critical here than in cooler parts of the Some of the most minor details can be crucial to a hunters There is a basic supply list hunters need to check over before every Bring one or two sharp skin ning knives smaller ones work the a sharpening small hatchet for breast or pelvic a sim ple deer hoist backpack See Unicorns capture Corpus Christi Fall Classic New Braunfels boys golf team repeats as champion of weekend golf tourney FROM STAFF REPORTS The New Braunfels High School boys golf team retained their champi onship title for the second consecu tive year at the Corpus Christi Fall Classic this past Senior Gatlyn McDonald turned in rounds of 7477 to finish at 151 and win low Of the six tournaments represented by the Unicorn boys this they have come away with five top three The twoday competition included more than eighty players representing schools from the San Corpus Christi and Victoria Round 1 opened at the Corpus Christi Country Club on The course is rated Photo submitted Corpus Christi Tournament winners from New Braunfels High School back row from Jeff Gatlyn Nick Keith Britton and Nick Front from are head coach Cliff Wilkins and Josh and features open fairways and undulating McDonald finished in second place one stroke back of Corpus Christi Rays Gregory The team total of 317 placed the Unicorns in three off the Keith Britton shot Nick Haydon turned in an Nick Williams tal lied 85 and Josh Ray finished the first day at Britton held fifth Hayden was tied for 15th and Williams was tied at Senior Joff Kovalcik played as for the and turned in an to tie at Saturdays round was fielded at Padre Isles Country just as a front moved through the bring ing steady winds of 30 gusting to near The Padre Isles linksstyle course boasts a ratingwhich plays at an increasingly more difficult with wind factored into the Heatherlined fairways render a ball if it doesnt play straight down the Water comes into See ;