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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers rip Tigers Heral6 Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, October 11,1985 Page 9A FLORESVILLE - Smithson Valley’s junior varsity scored five touchdowns while the Ranger defense shut down Floresville^ offense in a 31-0 win. John I„ee ran for two touchdowns, Scott Davis and Brett Trullender ran for two more and Kurt Reese caught a touchdown pass for Smithson Valley.    _ Floresville could mange only five first downs in the game as the Rangers won their third straight game, improving their record to 3-3. Reese caught a pass from Joel Baker on a 54-yard scoring play, then I^e had touchdown runs of 4- and 8-yards for Smithson Valley. David scored on a 12-yard run and Trullender on a 12-yard scamper. Joel Baker kicked one extra point for the Rangers. Davis, Smithson Valley’s quarterback was injured on the last play of the game, breaking his ankle. Oak Crest 8th grade 16, NB 12 New Braunfels eighth grade A team dropped to 1-3 despite two touchdown passes by Sean Toney. I oney flit Travis Reidel and Paul Machuca for scores. It was the third straight loss for New Braunfels. NB 7th grade 14, Oak Crest 0 New Braunfels seventh grade A team evened its record to 2-2 with a shutout over Oak Crest. Tommy Cupil scored on a two-yard run and on the two- point conversion, and Charlie Starnes returned an interception 15 yards for the last score. Corbett 8th A 34, Canyon 8 Canyon’s eighth grade team dropped to 0-4 with a 34-8 loss to Corbett. The lone Canyon score came on a 30-yard run by Billy Mitchell and a two-point conversion by Eddie Lopez. Corbett 7th grade A 6, Canyon 0 Canyon’s seventh grade A team lost a close defensive game, dropping the team’s record to 1-2. Corbett 7th grade B 12, Canyon 6 Canyon seventh grade B team lost to Corbett 12-6. Jay Abrigo scored for Canyon on a 25-yard run. Mt. Valley 8th grade 27, Navarro 8 Mountain Valley’s eighth grade team improved its record to 2-2-1 with a 27-8 win over Navarro. Russell Knight scored on a 30-yard run, Albert Iakovakis and Brent Ridder scored on a 20-vard runs and Derrell Nowatny score on a 4-yard run for Mountain Valley. • Clark Wirth scored a two-point conversion for Mountain Valley and Knight added an extra point. Navarro 7th grade 20, Mt. Valley 0 Navarro’s shutout of Mountain Valley’s seventh graders dropped the team to an 0-5 record. Take Tom Labinski David King Deryl Clark Dave Kramer your pick Last week 16 4, 800 Season; 80 30, 727 Last week 13 7, 650 Season: 79 31, 718 Last week 13 7, 650 Season: 74 36, 673 Last week; 16-4, 800 Season 72 38 655 Floresville at Smithson Valley Smithson Valley Smithson Valley Floresville Smithson Valley Southside at Bandera Bandera Bandera Bandera Bandera Cole at Boerne Cole Cole Cole Cole Marion at LaVernia Marion Marion Marion Marion Clemens al Edgewood Clemens Clemens Clemens Edgewood TLC at Howard Payne Howard Payne Howard Payne Howard Payne TLC TCU at Rice TCU TCU Rice TCU Houston at Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas vs. Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Texas Arkansas at Texas Tech Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Baylor at SMU SMU SMU SMU Baylor Cleveland at Houston Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Pittsburgh at Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas College capsules District play opens with big, little margins Bulldogs Yellow Jackets Texas Lutheran (3 2) at Howard Payne (1 1 2).    7 30 p rn , Wood Stadium, Brownwood (KWED, 1580)    -    TLO freshman quarterback John Fuquay is coming into his own, as was the NAIA District IV offensive player of the week Fuquay gained 91 yards rushing and threw for 127, and led the team on scoring drives of 80 80 and 84 yards Still, the Bobcats lost a rare overtime game, 27 24 "You don't drive all that way to play for a tie." Coach Vernon Fewell said TLC has never beaten HPU in Brownwood under Fewell The Yellow Jacket defense continues to play well, leading league in scoring defense at 10 8 Top players last week in 7 7 tie with Southwestern State (Okla.) included LBs Jackie Pruitt and Cody Canales Canales was named LSC Defensive Player of Week after 17 tackles (ll unassisted), two OB sacks and a fumble recovery Tech (3 2. 0 2 in SWC). 7 p m CDT - Game matches two of nations top defensive teams Razorbacks lead SWC and rank third in nation with average yield of 213 7 yards per game, lead SWC and sixth nationally in rushing defense by allowing 79 5 yards per game Tech led nation in pass defense last season and ranks Sixth this week, permitting 114 4 passing yards per game Hogs third nationally in scoring defense, giving up four TDS and 32 points in four games for average yield of 8 0 points per game Arkansas has won last eight games with Tech and could tie longest series win streak of nine Overall, Hogs lead series 24 4 and are 121 at Lubbock Kicking game could play maior role this week, Raiders rank second nationally in kickoff returns <28 I per return), 11th in punt returns (12 7i Freshman Wayne Walker has third best kickoff return average nationally at 32 3 on six returns Tyrone (Smurf) Thurman is No 12 among NCAA punt returners with 12 7 average on 12 trips meetings OU second in nation, Texas 17th Longhorns have scored six of their 12 offensive TDS from 40 or more yards with average TD distance 40 5 yards Form reversal finds OU ranked first to third nationally m all major defensive categories, Texas offense overshadowing normally devastating defense This marks 23rd time in 80 meermgs both are unbeaten entering game Texas has 139 1 lead in games when both undefeated 47 284 all-time series lead and s 5 2 2 in last nine meetings Texas has handed OU first loss of season 19 times Sooners have returned the blow 11 times Texas 11th nationally rn total offense <471 3) and rustling offense (263 3), 13th in scoring <34 3> OU has even better defensive ranking No 1 in total defense f 146 5* and rushing defense <39 0) No 2 in scoring defense (6 5), No 3 in pass defense (107 5) Cougars Aggies District 27-3A teams are through with their non-district games and begin to play the games that count tonight. The first week of district play should see every type of game, as one team is a narrow favorite, one a two- touchdown pick and one athree-and-a-half touchdown choice. Bandera, defending champions and one of two pre-season favorites to win the district, will host Southside tonight. The Bulldogs finished a disappointing 2-2 in non-district games, with losses to Alamo Heights and Hondo. Bandera's wins came against Ingram and Somerset. Southside was also a surprise in non-district games, finishing with a 4-1 record. The Cardinals’ only loss was to Somerset, with victories against Holy Cross, Cotulla, Memorial and Edgewood. Southside will meet its stiffest challenge so far against the Bulldogs. Bandera won last season’s matchup 63-0. This year, the Bulldogs are only a 13-point favorite. Smithson Valley hosts Floresville in both teams’ district opener. Smithson Valley finished non-district play at 2-3 while the Tigers were 4-1. The Rangers losses came to Somerset, Canyon and Yorktown, while the wins were against Devine and Holy Cross. Floresville lost its second game of the season to Medina Valley but downed Karnes City, Poth. Kenedy and Pleasanton bv a combined score of 111-14. The Tigers won last year's game 19-3 and are a 24-point pick this time around. Boerne, another pre-season favorite for the 27-3A crown, is an underdog at home against Cole this week after posting a 2-3 non-district record. The Greyhounds recorded wins against St. Gerard and Holy Cross, but lost to Fredericksburg, Hondo and Hays. Cole finished the first five weeks with a 3-1 record after having an open date last week. The Cougars’ sole loss came against    Randolph    in    the    season opener. Since then, the team has recorded wins against Antonian, Holy Cross and Pleasanton. Boerne won last season’s game 38-18. but Cole is a one-point pick this year. District 27 3A Team    W    I T PF PA APF APA Floresville    4    I    0    117    41    23    4    8 2 Southside    4    I 0    146    63    29 2    12 6 Cole    3    I 0    HO    31    27 5    7 8 Mandela    2    2    0    66    26    13    2    5t2 Boerne    2    3    0    39    63    7    8    12 6 S Valley    2    3    0    68    80    13    6    16 0 Last Meek s games Hondo 12 Bandera 7 Hays 6 Boerne 0 F oresvitte 28 Pleasanton 14 Smithson Valley ?0 Holy Cross 12 Southside 26 Edge Mood 13 Cole open This week s games Sour* side at Bandera Cole at Boerne Floresville at Smithson Valley Horned Frogs Owls TCU (2 2. 0 2 in SWC) at Rice (1 3. 0 1 in SWC) 12 04 p rn (Raycom TV) TCU has won last three meetings to take 33 27 3 seres lead, 33 251 in SWC play, 16 14 1 lead in all games played in Houston. Frogs’ 45 24 victory last year was highest total ever vs Rice TCU offense far off 84 pace with 286 2 yards per game compared to 463 9 per game average last year, further plagued by loss of top QB Scott Ankrom for season last week with ankle injury Ankrom scored six of ten TDs made by TCU so far this season TCU pass defense ranks third in SWC and 17th nationally in yardage allowed at 145 5 yards per game entering game against SWC s passmgest offense that is, coincidentally, ranked 17th nationally in passing TCU defense ranks seventh overall in SWC <405 7 yards a game) Rice games producing almost half mile of offense, Owls averaging 372 2 yards per game and opponets 473 7 Razorbacks Red Raiders Arkansas (4 0. IO in SWC) at Texas Bears Mustangs Baylor (4 1. 2 0 in SWC) at SMU (21.1 0 in SWC). 7 30 p rn CDT — Series has become one of SWC’* wildest over last ten years Ponies have won last four including last year's 24 20 victory at Waco Bears are leading conference with 2-0 mark SMU fell to Arizona 28 7 last week The loss ended eight game win streak SMU leads series with Baylor 35 25 7 In four of the last five seasons, the winner has gone on to claim or share SWC championship Game features balanced offenses SMU rushing for an average of 304 0 yards and passing for 211 2 per game Baylor is rushing at a 190 6 clip and passing for 172 0 Mustangs third nationally in total offense with impressive 515 3 average and fifth best rushing attack Houston (13. 01 in SWC! at Texas A&M (3 1, IO in SWC). 2 pm CDT - Different start for both Houston's 1-3 record poorest since 75 and this is only second time a Cougar team has lost SWC opener A&M is 3 I fo* season and 1-0 in SWC for first time since 81 Both had exceptional offensive games two weeks back A&M with second-best all time SWC offensive production <702 yardsl in 45 10 victory over Tulsa Houston With seventh best 671 in 49 27 victory over Louisville Both rallied last week Houston barely Short and A&M barely hanging on after regaining lead UH fen behind Baylor 24 7, came back to 24 21 on two TD passes by Gerald Landry Aggies fell behind Tech regrouped on strong running game featuring Roger Vick and Anthony Tonev tor 28 21 lead thwarted Tech rwo-pomt try in game s final seconds for ene-pnmt victory that snapped three year losing streak to Raiders Longhorns Sooners Texas (3 OI vs Oklahoma (2 0) at Dallas Cotton Bowl. 12 05 p m CDT - Normal setting finds both undefeated and high in national rankings — Ona or both have been ranked going into 31 of last 35 Tigers favored over Rangers Smithson Valley is a 24-point underdog in tonight’s game against Floresville, according to the Harris Rating System. The Rangers are tile lowest-ranked team in District 27-3A, sitting at 169th statewide with 132 points. Floresville is 73rd with 152 points. In other 27-3A games tonight, Bandera is a 13-point pick over Southside and Cole is a one-point favorite over Boerne. Bandera ranks 41st statewide this week with 158 points, up one place from a week ago. Cole is 65th statewide with 153 points, dropping from 63rd. Scoreboard Boerne dropped from 79th to 86th overall this week, losing one point down to 149. Southside jumped from 125th to 107th. adding three points up to 145. In District 32-2A, Marion is a one-point underdog to I,aVernia, while Jourdanton is a 10-point pick over Nixon, Poth is an eight-point favorite over Pettus and Randolph is a 35-point favorite over Stockdale. In District 14-4A North Zone, Clemens is favored by ll over Edgewood, West Campus is picked by ll over Memorial and Southwest is favored by ll over Alamo Heights. 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KSA! 6 30 pm Football Nebiaska at Ofclatioma State ESPN 7 p rn    Football    Boston College at Army, WTBS 7pm    Baseball    Toronto al Kansas City KMOL Local sports IDAY , p m Volleyball New Braunfels bushman, tor varsity, varsity at Hays i pm Volleyball Kerrville Tivy freshman. tor varsity, varsity at Canyon MO p m Football Floresville at Smithson Class 5A I Houston Yates 194 2 West Orange Stark 194 3 Odessa Permian 189 4 Abilene 189 6 Temple 188 6 Midland Lee 188 I San Auge Central. 187 8 Cypress Fairbanks. 186 9 San Antonio Clark, 184 IO WiNowndye 183 Others 81 Austei Travis 166 140 Seguin 159 161 SanMarcos 156 Class 4A I Denison, 191 2 Tomball 185 3 Sweet water 179 4 Huntsville 177 5 Bay City 177 6 Corsicana, 174. 7 Waco University 173    8 Wichita faits Hirschi 172 9 New Braunfels. 171 IO Waco Jefferson Moore. I 70 Others 29 Westlake 164 33 Canyon, 163 40 Fredericksburg, 161. 54 Alamo Heights 158 94 Hays 151 96 Kerrville Tivy, 151 103 Lockhart 149 104 Clemens, 149 136 Del Valle. 137 Class 3A 1 Daingerfield 1 79 2 Cameron Yoe 176 3 Navasota I 76. 4 Hempstead 174 5 Cuero, 174 6 Kermit, 173, 7 Sweeny 171. 8 Port Arthur Austin, 169 9 Van Vleck, 169 IO Littlefield, 168 Others 41 Bandera 158 66 Cole 153 73 Floresville, 152, 86 Boerne 149. 107 Southside 145 140 Gonzales 139 169 Smithson Valley 132 Class 2A 1 Groveton, 176, 2 Eletra 166 3 Morton, 163 4 Hamlin. 163 5 leon 163 6 Moi At 1 I || Quitman, 161 8 Coleman, 161 9 East Bernard 161: IO Franklin. 160 Others 12 Randolph 158 80 Jouidanton 137, 85 Yorktown 136 97 Marion, 132 116 LaVerma 130. 143 Poth. 125 148 Stockdale 123, 163 Natalia 122. 171 Nixon 119. 174 Pettus, 117 Class A I Munday, 167. 2 Iraan, 161. 3 Goldthwaite 165; 4 Italy 154, 5 Wheeler, 162. 6 Granger 152, 7 Union Hill, 149, 8 Knox City. 144 9 Vega 143, IO Roscoe 140 GOODYEAR -INVENTORY Every Tire We Sell This Week Makes Next Week s Inventory Easier To Take.. 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