New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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THE EXTRA POfNT
SfTiithson Valley^ Cristina FolsomTigers hold off Raiders
Ttg«r* 7 R»ng»rt 5
lustm Verlander hc'lfxxi wve 0*fr(nrs season with a gutsv effort and the Tigers hit tor a sudden a t ie to break awa\ from Texas in a 7-5 victofv Thursdav that t ut the Rangers' lead to \-2 m the AL championship serie-i
Delmon \oung hit two of Detroit's four Homers and MiguiH Caixt^ra had a tiebreak-
ing ciouble m the sixfh inning — thanks to a bizarre bourn e off third base After liuilding a
helfj off Texa'i d(*spife Nelson Cru/ s rword fifth home run of the seTK*s \\ ith ck)ser )o‘.e \ aKerde Una'^ailable for Detroit, the Rangers cut it to "-5 in the ninth and had Cruz on d(>i k wh(‘n Phil Coke retired Nlike
Napoli on a ga me-end mg groundout with two runners
Coke got five outs for his first career [X)sts('ason save
Brewers 4, Cardtrwils 2
ST LOl'IS — Rand\ Wolf outfoxed the St, louis ( ardi-nals for st'ven innings to earn
his first jxistseason win at age and the MiK\auk('e Brew^ ers got two more hit*' trom R\an Braun in 4-2 vKtorv Thursda\ night that (*vencd th('
M championship HTii's <it 2-all.
Watt Hoi I id a N and Allen ( raig hom(*ri>i! for the ( ardi nais, repr(‘senting their onU runs in the la'^t innings, Fram mo Roilrigue? alli»w<Hl
Cougars ook to get back on track
By Cbrt* Hoffman
\s i' ( an\on is sit-
‘iDu II" 'hi' oLitside ¡<K)kmg ft I (!: ‘Me \ plavon race.
* ’hf* ( I luuars ^-2. 1 -2 < *!) brc.ik that ¡)ostsea-N()ii <i< ‘di fl(iwn toni'^hî with ,) ; .'U.-iris! Sc hertz f h "li tis ,it 'he "Iron Rerl I ici(' ,t» ( (Hi^ar StaHtiim,
\ I m\r»n vittorv v.ould put .1 aht‘ad ot the
Bun.iii J 1 - j in the pl,f\ nit ( h,!"«* v\ lîh two
U.Mii» |iit ÎI i
i I .Ilf ( »I (host* IS ( cri.!r flweller L(.k k-ii.ut • t( >nruht is a must win i! ( .u'voii !■> ^oinq to get t ) till' j)i)>iseaM)H.
hst week ^ 14-10 il :< I \l,uin t Ht'ighf", the Irv to Ret their ri.i;u: gijiny again
.Hit t rLjsÍMH)'4 i(K onK MJ oil V* .ittempts against .1 stf ,i! vhrir defense.
It Vvon't he an eas\ task hec.mse ( leinens has won three ot its List tour games, i)ut Is ( omiDg off a 21-12 loss to Bud.i Ha\ s last wc^^k.
Iii\v ran tor 21 S \ards and .ilinost eight \ards per carrv .igamst Clemens, so laniKT Hill and Co. should h.nc no ()rol)lem establishing ¡he ground attack.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREVIEWS
LAURA McKENZIE Hera :. j
Canyon Lakes Zach Henshaw and the Hawi<s welcome powerhouse Wrraberley for a Districl 26-3A showdown tor^qht
Canyon Lake looks to blaze similar trai'.
s HFRT CLEMENS
Today at 7:30 p.m.
Cost $7 KEY MATCHUP: Canyon RB Tannfe' Hill vvitl have to set the tone ‘or the Cougar ground anack that was held to only 92 yards last week against Alamo Heiqfits Against a Clemens defer.se that gave up 215 yards last week to Buda Hays, Hill shnutd be able to bull rush rritough the Buftaloes' front line
WIMBERLEY AT CArsiYON LAKE
Today at 7:X p.m.
Cost S6 KEY MATCHUP: Canyon Lake senior running back Zach Henshaw vs Wimberley defense It is no secret who is going to get the ball for Canyon Lake, as Henshaw looks to add to his impressive numbers —
1,295 yards, 17TDs — ashe faces a Wimberley defense that kept him out of the end zone last year
By Ctvis Hoffman
The Heraid-Zeitung FiSCHER
Can\on Lake coath Matt Monzmgo put it in the simplest terms 24 hours before the liiggest game in Hawks historv.
"Stn(e we started this program, all w(' wanted to do was Ix^ like \\ imlx^rle\,' he said.
VVe wanted the rt*specf that ( ornc*s from winning and the kinrl of traciilion that th(*y hav(* at that sc hool.
"Well we're here."
Tonight is the battle of the unl)eatens as the Hawks 1 -Oi hijst the Texans (6-0. 1 -()) in a game that Will de( ifk* who reigns su[)reme in
District 2()- VA,
And th(* student bod\ knows what's at stake.
The atmosphen» anKind t ampus is )ust like |)la\()tf game ' Xton/ingo said. "It IS a ciifierent kind of ext ite-ment because e\('rvfhing is on the line.
"We knew that the district championship goes through V\'iml)erk'\ and 1 reallv feel that we're meeting them on a level ¡)la\ ing field.'
The tradition that th(' k'xans have established is impressive — six district championshi()s from 2004-10 and a state title in 20(C) (
Those are trophies th.it the Haw ks want to line th(‘ hallwavs with at
See SHOWDOWN. Page 7A
NB ready for rematch with Knights
By Chri* Hoffman
lhe\. mav or ma\ not have kxjked at tiif' tape r»î last v(\ir's game, but it is pfohabK in the back ot everx I iiK oin piavi'r's mind.
W ith I:") I left in the game and dov. n threi' points, Stc^^le (^uarfer-bfU k loinmv Armstrong ore hc'Sfrtit-ed a beaiiiiiul 10-play, 61-vard drive that ( (ilminated in a lasf't strike
from 1 i yards out to Tv ler (Vlasz for the winning tou< hdown in the Knights' 14-10 road victorv over the Cnicorns.
But New Braunfels ((»ac h ( huck C'aniford spins that game in t.ivor ot his Unicorns,
"I tfjld the kids just hov\' (lose we were to being a s|)et iai football team," he said. "We were minut(‘s away from knocking off the eventu
al stat(‘ champions. I told them to givi' themselves some crt*dil" Tonight, the Unicorns (4-2, 1-0) travel tcj fa( e the defending state cham|)ion Knights (6-0, 1-0) in what should Ix^ another late-game thriller.
After the graduation of six Division 1 signees, including t urrent Texas running back Malcolm
See NBHS. Page 7A
NEW BRAUNFELS AT CÍBOLO STEEIE
Today at 7:30 p m.
Cost $8 KEY MATCHUP: Steele 06 Tommy Armstrong vs. New Braunfels defense Armstrong is much-improved over last season, and will keep the NB defense guessing with his running ability.
a hit m the eighth and john Axford tinishefl for his s(‘C(>nd savt‘ of the s('ri(‘s «md thirr) this (Mistseason.
The Brewers (-nrled an eighl-game ro.uI losing streak in fh(> jK)stseasun i l,vfing to the I ‘>82 World Series of)ener at St 1 ouis,
la I me (iar< la fa t es Za( k ( ireinke lor th(‘ second time in the s<>ri(S in ( janie S tonight
S. Marcos 1 -5
DISTRICT 25-5A Sea. Dist. PF
1’0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1
Last week's games
New Braunfels 42, San Marœs 21 Citwlo Steele 31, Seguin 0 SA Wagner 21, Judson 10
This week s games
New Braunfels at Cíbolo Steele Converse Judson at Seugtn San Marcos at SA Wagner
DISTRICT 27-4A Sea Dist. PF
2-0 3-0 2-Î 1-1 I-2 0-3 0-2
5-2 4-3 2-4
201 79 133 126 188 t45
193 166 149 t63
Last week s games
Smithson \/alley 41, Lehman 0 Alamo Heights 14, Canyon 10 Buda Hays 21, Clemens 12 OPEN: Lockhart
This week's games
Alamo Heights at Smithson Valley Schert/ Clemens at Canyon Lockhart at Buda Hays OPEN: Kyle Lehman
C Lake Wberley Boeme Navarro Frdrcksbrgl-5 Bandera 1^5
DISTRICT 26-3A Sea. Dist. PF
1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1
235 139 200 65 213 113 185 127 24 168 146 232
Last week's games
Canyon LaKn 41 Navarro 26 Wimberley 42, Bandera 6 Boeme 42. FredericKsburg 14
This week’s games
Wimberley at Canyon Lake Boeme at Navarro Bandera at Fredericksburg
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