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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 17, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas rage zn — nERALD-ZElTUNG — Tuesday, October 17, 2UUUFriday Night Football Statistics New Braunfels 38, Smithson Valley 27, Fredericksburg 37 Boerne 15F’BURG 0    10    0    14 13— 37NB    7    0    7    10 14— 38 PASSING — Craig Crow 3 of 10 for 163 yards and 1 touchdown with 2 interceptions. RUSHING — Tate Taylor 25 carries for 173 yards (6.9 ypc) and two touchdowns. Craig Crow 20 carries for 104 yards (5.2 ypc) and two touchdowns. Tommy Gonzalez 6 carries for 17 yards (2.8 ypc). Zack Ezer 2 carries for 9 yards (4.5 ypc). RECEIVING — Dustin Graves 2 receptions for 121 yards (60.5 ypc) and one touchdown. Jackie Chapa 1 reception for 42 yards (42 ypc). KICKING — Tate Taylor 1 of 2 on field goal attempts (21) and 5 of 5 on point after attempts. PUNTING — Craig Crow 2 punts for 79 yards (39.5 ypp). NOTES — New Braunfels improved to 4-2 overall and 1-0 in District 27-4A play... Senior linebacker Matt Waldrop stopped Fredericksburg running back Russell Woemer on a two-point conversion in double overtime to end the game... Junior receiver Dustin Graves caught a 64-yard touchdown pass with 42 seconds left to send the game into overtime... Junior Jim Sells intercepted a pass in the first and fourth quarter and blocked an extra point attempt... During the Billies second possession of the fourth quarter, trailing 14-10 and facing a second down and seven, the play clock reached 0 well before the snap but no flag was thrown. Two plays later Woemer scored on a 62-yard run with 7:41 remaining.BOERNE    0    0    0    15    —    15SV    0    12    15    0    —    27 PASSING — Laron Bybee 12 of 18 (67 percent) for 195 yards and three touchdowns with 0 interceptions. RUSHING — Clint Haney 12 carries for 94 yards (7.8 ypc). Donnie Couser 19 carries for 59 yards (3.8 ypc). Laron Bybee 7 carries for 39 yards (5.6 ypc) and one touchdown. Cody Fuller 1 carry for 15 yards (15 ypc). RECEIVING — Cody Fuller 9 receptions for 118 yards (13.1 ypc) and two touchdowns. Clint Haney 2 receptions for 67 yards (38.5 ypc) and one touchdown. Ryan Beyer 1 reception for 10 yards (10 ypc). KICKING — Reagan Schneiderl of 1 on point after attempts. PUNTING — Chris Van Kleef 2 punts for 74 yards (37 ypp). NOTES — Smithson Valley improved to 5-1 overall and 1-0 in District 27-4A play... Senior running back Donnie Couser played in his first game since injuring his knee in preseason... Cody Fuller has 36 catches for 581 yards (96.8 ypg) and 13 touchdowns through six games this season... Boerne’s best opportunity to score in the first half came on the opening drive when the Greyhounds drove the ball from their own 20 to SV’s 20. On fourth and one, the Ranger defense tighten and forced Boerne to turn the ball over on downs. From that point on Boerne did not cross the 50-yard line until the final drive of the first half, which ended on the 22-yard line as the clock expired. Kerrville Tivy 48, Canyon 7 CANYON K. TIVY0    7    027 14 7 —    7 — 48 PASSING — Erie Etzler 0 of 6 (0 percent) for 0 yards and 0 touchdowns with 0 interceptions. Jason Birkner 1 of 1 for 73 yards and one touchdown with 0 interceptions. RUSHING — Clayton Campbell 17 carries for 71 yards (4.2 ypc). Brian Owens 4 carries for 12 yards (3 ypc). Chad Weimers 4 carries for 5 yards (1.3 ypc). Trey Caraway 1 carry for four yards (4 ypc). Jason Birkner 1 carry for -7 yards (-7 ypc). Erie Etzler 5 carries for -14 yards (-2.8 ypc). RECEIVING — Brian Owens 1 reception for 73 yards (73 ypc) and one touchdown.KICKING — Wes Zunker 1 of 1 on point after attempts. PUNTING — Wes Zunker 5 punts for 169 yards (33.8 ypp). NOTES — Canyon fell to 0-6 overall and 0-1 in District 27-4A play... Kerrville Tivy’s Marty Jefferson scored a touchdown on a rush, a receception and a kickoff return (5 total)... Canyon turned the ball over on three of its first five possessions... Canyon managed 142 total yards on offense... Canyon’s first first down came with 21 seconds left in the first half... A year ago, in a non-district game, Canyon defeated Kerrville Tivy 24-23... Junior Erie Etzler made his first start at quarterback this season after senior Wes Michalec suffered a knee injury in last week’s game... Michalec is expected to miss the remainder of the season. K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zeitung Smithson Valley senior Cody Fuller breaks away from a Boerne defender during Friday night’s game at Ranger Stadium. Smithson Valley (5-1 overall, 1-0 in district) defeated Boerne (5-1, 0-1) 27-15. Elsewhere, the New Braunfels Unicorns defeated the Fredericksburg Battlin’ Billies in double overtime 38-37 at Unicorns Stadium and the Canyon Cougars lost to the Kerrville Tivy Antlers 48-7 at Antler Stadium in Kerrville. This week, Smithson Valley plays at New Braunfels and Canyon will host Fredericksburg.Sports Calender CHS boosters to host steak dinner on Friday The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club and Spirit Booster Club will be hosting a steak dinner for the Fredericksburg home football game from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Friday at the Canyon High School cafeteria. The meal will be furnished by Outback Restaurant and the menu will include a 12-ounce center cut sirloin steak, garlic mashed potatoes, Caesar salad, break, cheesecake, tea and coffee. The cost is $10 per person. Tickets are on sale through any Canyon cheerleader. For information call Sharon Watkins at 625-3879. NBHS homecoming dinner set for Oct. 27 The New Braunfels’ Fajita Taco Homecoming Dinner will take place from 5 to 6:45 p.m. Oct. 27, at the New Braunfels High School cafeteria. Regular plates are $5 in advance and $7 at the door; small plates are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. * Tickets are on sale through any New Braunfels cheerleader or monocera parent and at each home game at the cheerleader table. For information call David Mayfield at 620-8099 or 629-4025. NLCS/From 1B CYO youth basketball registrations Sundays The final day for CYO youth basketball registration takes place after mass on Sunday at Sts. Peter and Paul Church. Registration is open to all youths ages 4-17. New athletes should bring a copy of their birth certificate. Coaches and a commissioner also are needed. Practices begin in November and the season starts Dec. 2. . For information contact Bob Wilson at 625-1095 (sonics or Zina Schroeder at 629-3608 ([email protected]). Disc Golf Tournaments to return to Solms Park The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the return of Disc Golf Tournaments to Prince Solms Park Disc Golf Course this fall. Beginning Saturday, tournaments will be on the first and third Saturday of each month from October through March. * Each two-man tournament will consist of 18 holes of play. Entry into each tournament is $5 per person. Registration will begin each Saturday at 8:30 a.m., the tournament will start promptly at 9 a.m. For information, call the Landa Recreation Center at 608-2167. T-Bar-M tennis ranch hosting weekend events T-Bar-M Tennis Ranch is hosting a 2000 Junior Open on Saturday for kids of all ages and skill levels. On Sunday, T-Bar-M is offering it’s 5th Annual Fall Festival Doubles Mixer for adults. After school classes are also available throughout the year. For information call Paul Domanski at 625-7738. NB Running Club to host Wurst 5-Mile Run The New Braunfels Running Club will host the 16th annual Wurst 5-Mile Run, Walk, and Kids’ Runs on Nov. 4. The event will be a 5-mile run and walk starting at 8 a.m. with the kids’ run starting at 9 a.m. Overall male and female winners will receive $100. Cash awards and overall masters male and female winners receive $50 cash awards. Registration fee is $15 until Nov. 2, then it increases to $20. Registration fee for the kids’ runs (one K for 8-12 year olds, one- half K for 3-7 year olds) is $8 with a T-shirt or free without a T-shirt. Registration and packet pick-up is at Roger Soler’s Sports in San Antonio from Oct. 21 to Nov. 2, and at Professional Therapy Services in New Braunfels from Oct. 23 to Nov. I. For information, call Vicki Ralph at 620-5058 (home) or 606-8839 (work). Registration underway for NB jr. hoops league Registration for the upcoming New Braunfels Junior Basketball League season is underway at Vivroux Sporting Goods. All fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys and girls are eligible. The fee is $35 until Oct. 31. No cash will be taken by the Vivroux staff. Anyone interested in coaching or helping can call 609-2591 or 609-2227. Girls softball teams invited to tourney Girls 12-and-under softball teams are invited to the Come and Take it Fastpitch Classic scheduled for Nov. 4-5 in Gonzales. All teams entered are guaranteed at least five games. Deadline to enter is Saturday. For information call (830) 560-1076. CenTex volleyball club sets meeting for Nov. 2 CenTex volleyball club will have an informational meeting on Nov. 2 at the River Tree Clubhouse in the the River Tree subdivision off Hwy 46 South. This meeting, which is scheduled to start at 7 p.m., will cover all pertinent data relating to the upcoming season. Tryouts are Nov. 5 at Canyon Middle School. For information call Steve Smith at 620-0861. Baseball evaluation camp set for Dec. 16 Lone Star Baseball/Softball will conduct an evaluation camp for both baseball and softball athletes in Brenham, Dec. 16. Each athlete will receive an evaluation of their talents and the evaluation will be sent to all college coaches and pro organizations in a five-state area. The camps are open to all athletes. For information call Frank Domer at (281)469-6721. A seminar will be conducted covering a wid range of subjects pertaining to high school athletes getting to the college level, including such as how to be seen, how to approach college coaches and much more. The three-run first off a rusty Pat Hentgen turned baseball’s most dangerous pinch hitter into a non-factor once again. Mighty Mark McGwire, limited to pinch-hitting duty because of tendinitis in his right knee, didn’t bat until the ninth inning with the Cardinals ALCS/From 1B down by seven and he grounded out. Big Mac finished O-for-2 with an intentional walk and could only blow bubbles as the Cardinals season ended. Todd Zeile’s three-run double in the fourth inning knocked out Hentgen and sent the Shea Stadium crowd of 55,695 into a frenzy. Zeile drove in eight runs against the team he broke into the majors with in 1989. Hampton began the series with a career postseason record of 0-2 and a 5.87 ERA in four starts. “I didn’t walk around the neighborhood,” he said. Halama, a 28-year-old left-hander, blanked the Yankees for six innings, leaving with a 1-0 lead, but Seattle’s bullpen got blasted in a 7-1 loss in Game 2. ; Hernandez wound up getting the win, allowing one run and six hits in eight innings. He is 7-0 with a 1.22 ERA in a postseason career that has become more storied than his defection from Cuba three years ago. He’s the man of a million motions. 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