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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Mavs down Rockets COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Canyon winning with guile game.” Different guys have gotten it done the past few weeks. Against Tivy, Chris Lynch, Jordan Paweleic, Bernie Gutierrez, Derek Wall s and Jai min Shah combined on five kickoffs for a 43.8-yard average. Gutierrez’s 85-yarder went for a score. J.D. Kunz’s 47-yard pass to Kyle Peace won it with 4:21 to play. Against LBJ, Shah had two TD pass catches from Kunz. Special teams came through early, but the defense clamped down late, allowing a final LBJ scoring drive in garbage time. “In the first half I thought we were in real trouble,” Billiot said. “Their quarterback (Terrance Perkins) was real good — not too good of a passer, but he was good at scrambling. The second half came around and we took care of stuff. We’re more of a second-half team. “like when we’re down, we just get it into our heads that we’re the better team. Most of the starters on the varsity are seniors, so when it comes down to it, we don’t want to go home. That’s when we really, really step it up.” The stats say Canyon will be more evenly matched against its next opponent, Edcouch-Elsa (12-0). The Cougars will play the Yellow Jackets at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Stadium. The third round is usually the burying ground for teams from the Rio Grande Valley. Davis says that’s far from what he and his players are believing. “I don’t care where they’re from. If they’re 12-0, they’re pretty gcxxi,” Davis said. “T hey beat Gregory-Portland and Beeville, and those are two pretty good programs. So they’ve had some quality wins." Added Springfield: “They’re probably one of the best coached teams we’ve played in a long time. 'They’re not great at what they do but they have good technique. They don’t rive - Thru^| Christmas Light Park [ Over ll Million Lights! I-35N between New Braunfels & San Marcos — Exit 199 OPEN NOV 11—JAN 1 SUN-THUR 6 pm-IO pm FRI-SAT 6 pm-11 pm Present this ad for $2 off admission! INFO: 830-743-1293 CLASS sa DIVISION I STATE QUARTERFINALS Region I EP Franklin (10-1) vs. Euless Trinity (11-1), 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium Region ll Richardson Berkner (12-0) vs. A&M Consolidated (10-2), 4:30 p.m. Friday, Texas Stadium Region III Cypress Fairbanks (10-2) vs. Spring Westfield (10-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Spring’s George Stadium Region IV Converse Judson (8-4) vs. Harlingen (10-2), 6 p.m. Friday, Texas A&M-Kingsville DIVISION ll REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Region I Abilene (12-0) vs. Southlake Carroll (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Baylor’s Floyd Casey Stadium Midland (10-2) vs. Plano (12-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium Region ll Garland (10-2) vs. Copperas Cove (12-0), 6 p.m. Friday, Waco ISO Stadium South Garland (8-4) vs. Lufkin (12-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Nacogdoches’ Homer Bryce Stadium Region III Katy (11-0) vs. Beaumont West Brook (8-1), 3 p.m. Saturday Rice Stadium Cypress Falls (8-4) vs. La Porte (10-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Katy's Rhodes Stadium Region IV SA Madison (10-2) vs. PSJA (10-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Laredo United Smithson Valley (11-1) vs. Laredo United (11-1), 2 p.m. Friday, Smithson Valley have any super athletes, but they’re a well-coached team that’s fundamentally sound, so they’ll get after you." Canyon is now sold on not taking opponents lightly. T he opening jitters are gone, and after two challenges, the Cougars have absorbed the knowledge and advanced, “This group of guys had never been in the playoffs,” Kunz said of the first playoff game. “By the end of the last game, everybody was giving it their all. I think we all understand that going three rounds is quite an accomplishment, but we want to keep it going.” CLASS 4A DIVISION I STATE QUARTERFINALS Region I Plainview (12-0) vs. Stephenville (12-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Lubbock's Jones SBC Stadium Region ll Dallas Highland Park (12-0) vs. Ennis (11-1), 1 p.m. Friday, Texas Stadium Region III Marshall (10-1) vs. Houston Yates (8-4), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Waco ISO Region IV Pflugerville Connally (11-1) vs. CC Flour Bluff (12-0), 7 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio’s Farris Stadium DIVISION ll REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Region I EP Chapin (11 -1) vs. Aledo (7-5), 3:30 p.m. Friday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium Wolfforth Frenship (11-1) vs. Denison (8-4), 2 p.m. Friday, Abilene's Shotwell Stadium Region ll Lewisville Hebron (12-0) vs Everman (9-3), 1 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium Wylie (9-3) vs. Killeen Ellison (7-5), 1:30 Saturday, Waco ISO Stadium Region III Kilgore (11-1) vs.La Marque (12-0), 1 p.m. Saturday, Conroe’s Moorhead Stadium Brenham (12-0) vs. Rosenberg Terry (10-1), 6 p m Saturday, Katy’s Rhodes Stadium Region IV Austin McCallum (10-2) vs. CC Calallen (11-1), 2 p.m. Friday, Victoria New Braunfels Canyon (11-1) vs. Edcouch-Elsa (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Buccaneei Stadium, Corpus Christi With a victory, Canyon can reach the state quarterfinals for the fifth time in school history. This team, like those previous four, has IO wins or more. Springfield, for one, wants this team to join the others. “This is a great time of year. You’re not supposed to lie playing in November and December. Every team we’re playing now is a winner — if they weren’t, they wouldn't be here,” he said. “I lalf the guys on the team have never been in the playoffs because we didn’t go last season. It’s just great to be able to experience this and go out with a bang." DALLAS (AP)—Dirk Now-itzki hit the go-ahead basket with six minutes left and finished with 31 points to lead the Dallas Mavericks to their sixth straight victory, 102-93 over the I louston Rockets on Tuesday night. Nowitzki’s 12-foot turnaround jumper put tile Mavericks ahead to stay after the Rockets, again playing without TYacy McGrady, erased a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter and tied the SWIM CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Several medal for Cougars at meet Fernandez and Ivan Cerda; Fernandez in the HK) breaststroke, and the 400 free relay team of Markley, Barrett, Komonos and Austin Klein. Fernandez finished third in the 200 IM. Cougars place first, second The Canyon swim team participated in the AAI ISSC swim meet held last Friday at Palo Alto College, with the boys Finishing first and the girls team second. Winning individual events for the boys were Reed (heckler (200 IM, IOO back), Brian Collins (200 free), Van Anderson (50 free); and Travis Sternberg (IOO free). Girls winners were Kirsta Hoffmann (IOO butterfly), Rose Gomez (IOO breast) and Jennifer Renick (500 free). game at 86-all. The Rockets led 50-38 with 2:48 left in the first half, before Jason Terry sparked the Mavericks (8-2) with 12 of his season-high 29 points in the spurt that finally pushed Dallas to its first lead. Josh I Inward had 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Mavericks, who are 5-0 at home this season and have won 14 straight regular-sea-son games at American Airlines Center. Collins, Anderson, Cackler and John Feltenberger won the boys 200 medley and 200 free relays. The girls 200 medley relay team of Renick, Gomez, Hoffman and Jaime I labhab was second, as was the 200 free relay team of Hoffman, Ashley Johnson, Habhab and Renick. Finishing second in the boy's 200 free relay was Michael Habhab, Jacob Landry, Kevin Grigsby and __ HOOPS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A No. 11 Tivy spanks SV’s girls rebounds, six steals and two blocks. Thy, ranked Na 11 in the stat e in the latest Texas Association of Basketball Coaches' poll has beaten five Class 5A teams this season Smithson Valley (2-5) was led by Mallory Meyers’ seven points. Brittany Arredondo and Brittany Balcor had six each for the Rangers, who will host Schertz Clemens at 8 pm Monday. Travis Sternberg. Placing second individually were Grigsby (boys IOO free); Collins (boys IOO back); Anderson (boys IOO back) and Holli Edwards (girls IOO breast). Swimmers Finishing third were Renick (girls 50 free); Sternberg (boys 50 free); Habhab (boys IOO free); Johnson (girls IOO free and IOO back), Feltenberger (boys IOO back) and Grigsby (IOO back). Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema I always knew smoking was bad for me... But it wasn't until years later that I saw the toll it had taken on me..." . First it was the occasional shortness of breath. Then it became harder to walk up the stairs, and I was coughing all the time. Finally my wife convinced me to see a doctor. 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