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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Sierra, Ford make AP Honor Roll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Denison tailback-defensive back Aaron Jackson will be a familiar figure in Friday night’s District 7-4A showdown against McKinney. “He plays every down on offense and about one-third to one-half of the game at free safety,” Coach Marty Criswell said. “This week he may get more playing time at free safety.” Criswell would like to see a repeat of what Jackson did in last week’s 27-7 victory over Paris. Jackson was held to 44 yards on 16 carries going into fourth quarter but he finished with 201 yards rushing on 24 carries and touchdown runs of 32, seven, and 71 yards. The feat earned Jackson a spot on The Associated Press Schoolboy Honor Roll. It was Jackson’s third 200-yard rushing performance in a row and gave him 821 yards in five games. “He’s a tremendous talent,” Criswell said. “We’ve had great tailbacks here and he’s got a chance to be as good as any we’ve had. “He played some tailback last season and showed flashes of brilliance." In what Pottsboro coach Ronnie Ray called the best individual effort he’s seen, linebacker Chris Ashburn had 16 tackles, blocked a punt and had two interceptions in a 15-13 victory over Boyd. Ashburn returned one interception 87 yards for a touchdown and the other came on a two-point conversion try by Boyd that would have tied the game. Conroe McCullough quarterback Arthur Baird tied for second on the state’s all-time list with six touchdown passes in a 61-0 victory over New Caney, which has a 25-game losing streak and is scoreless this season. In other outstanding performances: -New Braunfels’ quarterback Victor Sierra hit 15 of 21 passes for 252 yards and touchdowns of 17. 47 and 24 yards in a 35-8 victory over Schertz Clemens. -Marion quarterback Chuck Ford returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, ran eight yards for another score and completed a 29-yard touchdown pass in a 27-24 victory over Nixon Smiley. -San Angelo running back C.L. Bowman scored five touchdowns in a 42-0 shut out of previously unbeaten Odessa. Bowman rushed 177 yards on 21 carries and had scoring runs of two, 32, six, 45 and four yards. --Refugio linebacker Russell Joshlin had 15 unassisted tackles and three more assists, knocked down three passes and caught a 30-yard touchdown pass in an 8-6 victory over Falfurrias -Hempstead quarterback Michael McDade hit 12 of 16 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-12 victory over Waco. —Hull-Daisetta’s Hillory Broussard rushed 194 yards on 21 carries and scored on runs of 28 and 91 yards in a 20-20 tie with Orangfield. Broussard’s 91-yard run knotted the game. -San Antonio Southwest quarterback Ty Detmer hit 13 of 20 passes for 269 yards and touchdowns of 26, 80 and 15 yards in a 29-16 victory over Carrizo Springs. -Jefferson’s Bobby Langbartels caught almost as many of the opponent’s passes as he did for his own team. Langbartels caught four passes for 75 yards on offense and intercepted three passes on defense in a 27-21 victory over Pleasant Grove. -Hughes Springs’ Darrin Terry scored on a 77-yard pass reception, 83-yard kickoff return and three-vard run in a 23-14 victory over New Boston. -Wellington tailback Johnny Nash had 307 yards of offense in a 40-8 victory over Hale Center. Nash rushed 200 yards on 22 carries, had touchdown runs of two and 66 yards and he caught two passes for touchdowns of 65 and 42 yards.SportsWorldSpinks stripped of championship BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) -Michael Spinks has a week to appeal or accept the World Boxing Council’s decision to strip the new heavyweight champion of one of his three light heavyweight titles. The WBC stripped Spinks of championship recognition Wednesday, saying he had violated a rule by holding titles in more than one division at the same time after he outpointed Larry Holmes to win the International Boxing Federation heavyweight title last month.NHL begins tonight with new rule The National Hockey league opens a new season tonight with much attention devoted to a new rule that has already caused considerable controversy. Starting this season, when players on both teams receive coincidental minor penalties, immediate substitution for those players will be allowed. Although the two penalized players must sit for two minutes and wait until a stoppage in play to return, no longer will coincidental minors result in a 4-on-4 situation. Along with the Oilers-Jets game in Winnipeg tonight, the schedule has Toronto at Boston, Hartford at Buffalo, Montreal at Pittsburgh, Chicago at Quebec, Washington at the New York Rangers, New Jersey at Philadelphia, Minnesota at Detroit and Vancouver at Los Angeles.Coliseum won't let A's, Giants share OAKLAND (AP) — The board of directors of the Oakland Coliseum has unanimously rejected the San Francisco Giants’ attempt to share the stadium with the Oakland A’s until a new stadium is built in San Francisco to replace windy Candlestick Park. The decision, which “surprised and disappointed” Giants owner Bob Lurie, leaves the Giants with no home for next season except Candlestick, where Lurie said earlier the club will no longer play under his ownership. Lurie said he would meet with other Giants officials later this week to discuss their next move. 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Oct 2C at American League 6 pm, if Toronto; 7 30 pm, if Kansas City Tuesday. Oct 22 at National League 7 35 p m Wednesday. Oct 23 at National League 7 25 p rn. Thursday. Oct 24 at National League 7 26 pm, if necessary Saturday, Oct 26 at American League 7 25 p rn , if necessary Sunday. 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