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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 17, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas SportsWorldNB JV, freshmen down Canyon freshmen whip Seguin New Braunfels junior varsity and ninth grade tennis team defeated Canyon Wednesday 12-8. Singles winners for New Braunfels were loanee Wright, Ricky Robinson, Brande Pipkin, Jeanne Tousley, Sandra Fey and Cindy Dufour. New Braunfels' teams of MeWilliams-Barosh, Bailey-Tyner, Wright-Robinson, Zimmerman-Beidel, Beath-Dufour and Baker-Schlender were victorious for the Unicorns. Singles winners for Canyon were Will Adams, Kevin Sellars, Clay Mathis, Tony Kylitis, Suzette Unite and Heather Way. The teams of Manley-Rex and Cade-Hermes won for the Cougars. Last week, the New Braunfels freshmen team downed Seguin 8-4.Wurst run set for Nov. 9 Registration forms are now available for the 1985 Wurst Five-Mile Run for Heart, which will be held on Nov. 9. AU proceeds from the run will benefit the Comal Division of the American Heart Association. The preregistration fee is $8 until Nov. I. The late registration and day of race entry fee is $8. The race will start at 8:30 a.m. at the luanda Park Train Station. Each runner will receive a Wurstfest entry ticket and a Wurst 5-Mile Run T-shirt. Entry forms are available at Sport About, Braunfels Sporting Goods and the Banda Recreation Center. Area runners are invited to partathe third annut Bulldog 5K Run, which is part of the Homecoming 198 festivities at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin. The 3.1-mile run will start at 7:30 a.rn in front of TLC’ Jones Physical Education Complex and will win through campus. The $6 registration fee will be accepted until 7 a.rn. th day of the race. Trophies will be awarded to the top three finishers i each of five age groups. Athletic towels will be given t all participants. For more information, contact TLC’s Office of Alumr and Community Relations at 379-4161. Mon.-Fri. 10-6 Sat. 9:30-5:00 Braunfels Sporting Goods s C ourtyurd Shopping Center Lay-a-way Available 629-4949 open with Lions Thursday, October 17,1985 Unicorns Streety said New Braunfels would pass more on the Lions this season — and throw less in obvious passing situations. “We got to a point last year where we didn’t throw the ball unless we had to,” he said. “We were too conservative against them. We’re going to have to mix it up.” New Braunfels has the makings for a good mixture, with quarterback Victor Sierra (39 of 68 for 628 yards) and tailback Stephen Millett (83 carries for 586 yards) the main offensive threats. The game is Homecoming for New Braunfels, a night that has been good for the Unicorns the last few seasons. “Lately we have (played well),” Streety said. “Last year it was something like 30-0 at the half. I think we’ll play well. “We really had a good week last week, especially toward the end," he added. “We got a lot of good work done on fundamentals. We also had a good workout yesterday. I hope that’s an indication of things to come.” One thing Streety hopes isn’t an indicator of the future is the situation with lineman Mike Sullivan’s sprained knee. “It was worse than we though,” Streety said of the injury, which came on the first play of the victory over Clemens. “He’s about a week behind where we thought he would be.” If Sullivan can’t play Friday, Joe Vasquez will fill in for him on offense and Erie Rivers will play full-time on defense. Pag* 8A Hera\0Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas DFRYLCLARK HERALD ZEIT UNG New Braunfels' Kevin Walker latches onto a Clemens runner By DAVID KING Sports editor Lockhart’s Robert Thompson has suffered through all kinds of adversity this season. The Lions’ quick, tough tailback didn’t start Lockhart’s game with Pflugerville because of a bad ankle. But he came off the bench to run 60 yards for a touchdown. Thompson missed the Lions* last non-district game because of “disciplinary action” by Coach Gary Pittman — and he’s still second among Central Texas 4A rushers with 578 yards. Thompson has had to play defense and return kicks this season as well as play full-time at tailback. Poor thing. He’s handed out about as much adversity as he’s gotten during the Lions’ 3-2 season. He’s already got New Braunfels Coach Jim Streety, whose Unicorns meet the Lions Friday at 8 p.m. at Unicorn Stadium, scratching his head. “He appears to be a lot stronger than last year,” when he led the district in rushing, Streety said. “He’s very hard to tackle, from what we’ve seen in the films. He breaks a lot of tackles. “He’s the best back we’ve played since (Southwest Texas’) A.J. (Johnson).” Thompson, a 5-8,170-pound senior, is Lockhart’s main offensive — and kick-returning — threat again this season. Last year, he returned a punt 57 yards to set up a touchdown in a close 21-14 New Braunfels victory. Starters Maw Braunfels Offense Pos. Player Ht. Wt. Cl QB Victor Sierra 60 175 12 TB Stephen Millett 60 186 12 FB ____ Ryan Purdy 63 184 11 and Stephen Hanz . 5 10 173 12 WB Kevin Walker 60 155 11 and . Craig Compton . 5 11 145 11 SE Leon Sneed .511 153 11 and 58 155 12 RT 62 226 11 RG Mike Sullivan 64 256 12 C ..... Erie River* 62 210 12 LG Larry Longoria 5 10 222 12 LT Darrin Toney 60 195 n TE Damon Millett 64 194 12 Defense Pos Player Ht. Wt Cl T..... Mike Sullivan 64 265 12 T ..... Dicky Onaga 69 215 12 NG Keith Cook 60 197 12 OLB 64 210 12 OIB Damon lyiillatt 64 194 12 ILB b IO 174 12 ILB 61 195 ii CB ... . Claude Porterie 5 11 156 12 But he’s not the only threat. Quarterback Bubba Kanemeier has recovered from a tough junior season to give the Lockhart offense more diversity than it had a year ago. The Lions will mix in more passes with Thompson’s outside running game in 1985 than they did last year. “Any time you have a returning quarterback, especially one with some ability (like Kanemeier), you’ve got a chance,” Streety said. "Plus they’ve got the best linemen they’ve had since we’ve been playing them. In fact, they have the best CB Barry Baker 58 155 12 ES ... . Kevin Walker 60 155 11 SS Stephen Hanz 5 10 173 12 Lockhart Offense Pos Player Wt. Cl. QB Bubba Kanemeier 63 180 12 FB Ray Balandran 5 10 170 12 TB Ollie Spruoll 58 155 11 FL ..... Marc Dobbs 55 125 11 SE 60 170 12 TE..... Paul Till..... 60 185 12 RT . Greg Cannop 63 210 12 RG Hunter Hitch 62 200 12 C ..... Gary Mosier . 80 190 12 LG James Campos 56 170 12 LT Brett Anderson 6 1 180 12 Defense Pos Playsr Wt. Cl RE Michael Turner 5 11 190 12 RT Grog Cannop 63 210 12 LT Justin Creighton 80 205 12 LE Hunter Hitch 62 200 12 OLB . Ollie Spruell. . . . . 68 155 11 OLB Rey Balandran 5 IO 170 12 ILB James Campos 56 170 12 ILB James Stanley 62 22b 11 HB Tommy Juarez 59 150 12 S Marc Dobbs 55 126 ll HB Kenneth Smith 510 180 12 personnel all the way around that they’ve had in quite a while.” On defense, Lockhart has the middle of a strong defense back from a year ago in defensive tackles Greg Cannop (6-3, 210) and Justin Creighton (6-0, 200) and linebackers James Campos (5-6, 165) and James Stanley (6-2,210). The Lions shifted around and blitzed often on defense last season, trying to throw the offense off guard. This year, their experience is allowing them to play a more regular style of defense, Streety said.Davis drops suit against NFL FORT WORTH (AP) — Former Texas Christain University running back Kenneth Davis has reversed his decision to sue the National Football League for damages because the NFL will not let Davis play in the league this year. Davis, who had accused the NFL of unfairly preventing him from earning a living, filed the suit in California that sought $13 million from the NFL. The standout running back wanted to play in the NFL this season after he was suspended by TCU for accepting money from boosters. But a longtime rule preventing athletes from playing for both a college team and the NFL in the same season barred Davis from the league. The filing of the suit apparently was the result of a misunderstanding between Davis’ agent and the agent's attorney.NFL rejects use of instant replay NEW YORK i AP) — The National Football league has again rejected a proposal to oversee officials' decisions with televised instant replays in this year’s playoffs. But the leap into the technological future may come as early as next season. In one of the rare instances when a unanimous recommendation by tile NFL Competition Committee was turned down, instant replay managed just 16 votes of the 25 teams attending the league’s fall meetings Wednesday, three short of the three-fourths majority needed to institute a rules change.Hough undergoes surgery ARMNGTON (AP) — Texas Rangers pitcher Charlie Hough underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Wednesday and is scheduled to begin a rehabilitation program in two weeks, team officials said. Torn cartilage was repaired in the knee during Wednesday’s surgery in Los Angeles. Hough will begin a program of therapy and rehabilitation in about two weeks.Oklahoman leads LPGA qualifying SUGAR I .AND (AP) — Janice Gibson of Stillwater, Okla., carded a second round of 2-over-par 74 to temporarily take the lead in the annual LPGA Qualifying Tournament. Gibson stood alone at the top of the field with a 36-hole total of 146,2-over-par.Curry to fight for title FORT WORTH (AP) - Donald Curry will fight Milton McCrory for the undisputed welterweight championship at the Las Vegas Hilton Dec. 6, according to fight promoter Bob Arum. Arum, of Top Rank, Inc., and Shakir Ahmad, assistant director of casino marketing for the Las Vegas Hilton, were make formal announcement of the fight at a news conference here today, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. The fighters will be seeking the crown held by Sugar Ray leonard, who retired as champion in November, 1982. Scoreboard On the air Assists, ac**, blocks, kills, points A A B K P Tiffany Beene ..... 15 13 1 b 17 Susan Davis........ .. . 12 IO 0 8 17 THURSDAY TELEVISION Shaiynn McCoy ____0 3 3 8 12 8 p m Boimg Top Rank Boling ESPN Roianne Wehe ____0 ll 2 I 14 Carolyn Hull ... 0 0 0 2 2 FRIDAY TELEVISION Mary Bruca ........ ____0 0 1 3 3 8pm Ruling USA Laurie Hughes ____0 3 0 I 4 Aiissa Hearne00k ____0 2 0 2 4 FRIDAY RADIO Mettle E01 I 2 0 3 5 8pm Football Lockhart at New Braunteis, Totals 28 44 7 34 78 KNBTEM Local sports NHL FRIDAY 7)0 pm Football Smithson Valley at Boerne 8 p m    Football Canyon at Kerrville Tivy 8pm    Football Lockhart at Ne a Biaontel* SATURDAY ll am Volleyball Hays freshmen junior varsity, varsity at Canyon Cross country Carryon, New Braunteis at Gonzales meet Cross country Smithson Valley at District 27 3A meet Bandaid By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA New Jersay .....3    0    0    6    13    8 Philadelphia 2    I    0    4    13    IO Pittsburgh  I    2    I    3    13    16 NY Islanders    I    2    0    2    11    14 NY Rangers 1    3    0    2    ll    IT Washington    ,,..1    3    0    2    ll    IT Adams Division Quebec ........4    0    0    8    19    6 Boston .......3    0    1    T    22    8 Buffalo ........3    I    0    6    22    8 Hartford........2    I    0    4    14    IO Montreal ....... 2    2    0    4    13    IS CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrie Division St Louis........2    IO 4    9    IO Toronto........1    3    0    2    ll    14 Detroit ........0    “*    1    1    12    2b Minnesota 0    2    I    I    IO    1b Chicago , 0    3    I I ll 22 Smythe Division Edmonton ..... 3    0    0    6    16    IO Vsncouvsr 2    1    I    6    16    14 Calgary.........2    1    0    4    18    7 Winnipeg.......1    3    0    2    12    20 Los Angeles .... I    3    0    2    1b    23 Wednesday's Games Buffalo 6. Montreal 0 Washington 6. Toronto 6. OT Winnipeg 4, Detroit 3 Pittsburgh b. Chicago b. tie St Louie 2. Calgary I Edmonton 6. N Y Islanders 4 Boston 3. Vancouver 3. tie Los Angstss 4. N Y. Rsngsrs 3 Today's Games Hartford st New Jersey Quebec at Philadelphia Detroit et Mmneaote District volleyball New Braunfels (1 4) Assists, seas blocks, kills, points A A B K P Kelly Wright 32 12 1 16 24 Debbie Smith .... 0 6 1 3 10 Heather Woods 0 b b 3 12 linda Schwan* 16 b 0 8 9 Jena Chitin....... ____I 2 I 24 21 Roxana H0I1 I b 4 7 16 Mebane Butler 0 0 0 0 0 Tan Sides , . . 0 1 0 0 I Linda Woodward 0 0 0 0 0 Krista Wright 0 0 I 0 I Kalb Davis I 0 0 I I Totals ........... 61 36 13 61 •4 Canyon (4 OI Atelets, aces. blocks, kills, points A A B K    P Shall# Soschbng    19    10    3    18    23 (tim Kneg ......... 32    6    0    1    7 Liens Tyler ...........    f    6    10    42    33 Nancy Tiektn ......... 2    4    8    23    20 Kathryn Kyle    0    0    3    b    b Tare Csppiemen ...... 2    ll    3    I    H Cheryl Butler .........0    4    3    2    8 KersDriekiH............0    0    0    6    6 Renata Rittimann ,    0    0    0    0    0 Totals ................. 40    JI    30    M    121 Smithton Valley IS OI vft    =    Antm&xn///.mn astor Larry Singletary end the Members] of Lakeside Baptist Mission 2525 FM 725, McQueeney Hwy. Cordially invites you to attend the dedication of their New Church Building, To "The Glory of God. ” Sunday, October 20th 3:00 p.m. A Tour and Special Reception will Follow the Service. Nureery will be provided. ti //* rn ///' rn Kin    -    \vv    mitt    m\    nm US SAVINGS BONDsS^ For more information, contact Robin Bell Monday through Friday I p.m. to 8 p.m. at 629-61%.NBMS basketball splits with Kitty Hawk The New Braunfels Middle School girls seventh and eighth grade basketball teams split its two games with Kitty Hawk Tuesday. The eighth grade team lost 34-18, dropping its record to 2-3. The seventh grade team downed Kitty Hawk 18-11 to increse its record to 5-0. The two teams will face Canyon next Tuesday. NBMS will host the South Texas Athletic Conference tournament for seventh graders on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1-2.Bulldog 5K Run set for Saturday Reg.    *14°°to '18°° Now $2000 Coaching Shorts Entire Stock Reg. *2195 Now $-t 2°° Satin Jackets S-XXL 20% off Windbreakers S-XXL (Lined) 20 % off Cheap Charlies Sole Suckers 1/2 Off Athletic Shorts Entire Stock 1/2 Off Jackets for Ski or Casual $3095 S-XL Poly filled (SecondsJ Reg. ‘59” Now Arriving Weekly!! Snow-Ski Apparel & Accessories ;

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