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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HeraW-IWMf, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, October 18, 1991 Unbeaten NB JV stops South San Page 11A New Braunfels’ junior vanity football team remained undefeated on Thursday with a victory against South Sin at Unicom Stadium. The Unicorns rallied in the second half to beat the Bobcats 23-15, as the defense did not allow South Sui into Unicom territory after halftime. New Braunfels started the scoring, after a long opening kickoff pinned South Sn back deep in its own territory. The Bobcats punted out of their own end zone, and a series of miscues ended with the bail being booted out of the end line for a Unicom safety. The Bobcats scored the first touchdown of the game, tsking an 8-2 lead on a long score off a fullback trap. In the second quarter, Alan Payne’s 2-yard touchdown nm returned the lead to New Braunfels, after Brian Hutchinson's PAT. Late in the second quarter. South Ssn faked a field goal and ran to the 4-yard line, eventually taking in the go-ahead score to lead 13-9 at halftime. New Braunfels rallied in the second half, taking the kickoff and driving for what would be the game-winning score on their first possession. Trent Wenzel scored on a quarterback sneak, and Hutchinson's kick broke the tie. Todd Veselis added some insurance with a 20-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, with Hutchinson's kick accounting for the final score. New Braunfels improves to 7-0 on the season and 3-0 in district. Clemens 7, Canyon JV 6 In an exciting finish, Canyon's JV scored with 46 seconds remaining in Thursday's game against Clemens, but the Cougars* conversion attempt fell incomplete. Clemens scored late in the first quarter, for what appeared to be all the scoring the Buffaloes would lied. Canyon did not threaten until three minutes remained in the game, when the Cougars mounted a drive suiting at their own 25. Sophomore Eddie Elizondo, spending a week on the JV while recovering from an illness, caught Chip Parrish's 25-yard touchdown pass to give Canyon a chance to win. The Cougar defense played a solid game, with linebackers Brett Zaeske and Lyle Peters and defensive end Raul Vela all having good games. Canyon is now 4-3. Lockhart 20, Smithson Vellty jv 7 Lockhart scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to overcome a 7-6 Smithson Valley lead. The Rangers scored on Doug Zimmerman's run, which was set up by quarterback Justin Tomasini's long bootleg runs. Nsw Braunfels9th 14, South Sans In a defensive struggle. New Braunfels freshmen held off South San on Josh Whitehead's interception with 32 seconds on the clock. The gane was a scoreless tie at halftime, with Jesse taster putting New Braunfels on the board with a 48-yard touchdown run. Toby Baker kicked the PAT. Foster md Baker scored again early in the fourth quarter, when Poster's TD capped a 10-play drive. South Sa got its only score of the gene when the Bobcats returned the kickoff for a touchdown. The Unicorns had a chance to add insurance after that, but South San's defense held New Braunfels on the I-yrd line. New Braunfels had superb efforts from ira defense throughout the game, and from a determined offensive line in the second half. Lockhart 14, Smithton Valley 9th 12 Lockhart scored the go-ahead touchdown with 40 seconds left in the game, as the Lions finally scored after controlling the ball the entire second half. The Ranger freshmen led 12-8 at halftime, scoring on a 20-yard pass from David Mangan to Richard Sarsfield and on a 14-yard run by Troy Dailey. Smithson Valley only had the ball twice in the second half. demons 37, Canyon 9th 6 Jeremy Lane scored Canyon's only touchdown on a 60-yard run late in the game. The Cougars evened their district record at I-1. Smithton Valley Middle The Smithson Valley Middle School teams met powerful Salado on Thursday, with the seventh-grade B team taking the only win of the group. The B team won its first game of the season, topping Salado 8-6. Smithson Valley scored on Colby Slater's 25-yard bootleg run in the first quarter, and Michael Nabors ran in the critical two-point conversion. Salado scored in the second quarter, but was stuffed on the conversion attempt. Standouts on offense were Jeff Hersrud, Matt Burrer and Sam Teuton. Enjoying strong defensive efforts were Keegan Wright, Tim Harris, Ryan Kil-crease and Derrick Tripp. The seventh-grade A team lost 22-6 to unbeaten Salado, holding the team below its 31-point average. Smithson Valley led in the game, as Raymond Iran. Mulder opened the scoring with a 65-yard i I TelUnder, Joe Watts and Man Wagner all Brad Bwen on oflenae, white Jay Schfeacher, Blad i md Ryas McLeaird had good defensive Smithson Valley *t eighth-grade A team Ion 16-6 in a good effort, with JoryBartee scoring the only touchdown on a 2-yard ran in the fourth quoter. Alex Mem md Outlie Wood played well offensively. Tyson Wood md Chris Pollock were die defensive standouts, and Bryan Morales distinguished himself on both sides of the ball. The eighth-grade B terns tost 28-6. Phillip Mangan completed a past to Jason Laubach for rn 80-yard score, with both of those players haring strong overall games. Defensively, Mn Hunter, Michael Mum and Behen Gagne played welL Canyon Middle Canyon's A teams both teat to Alamo Heights, while the B teams both won. The eighth-grade B won 26-0, with Trinity Offerman md Jason Maasey each scoring two touchdowns. Ami Snider nm in a two-point conversion. The eighth A team lost 20-8, md was hun by four turnovers. Hector Tones passed to Brea Parish for Cmyon's only soore, and Tones followed by running in the conversion. The seventh-grade B team won 12-6, scoring twice for a lead before Alamo Heights broke the shutout with a consolation touchdown. Running back Bryan Phillips scored both touchdowns for Canyon. The first was a 55-yard run, and the second from approximately 15 yards out. Cmyon's seventh-grade A team lost 20-12 in a good game. Reagan George scored on a three-yard sneak, and Edward Gonzales added a 12-yard score on a counter play. New Braunfels Middle The New Braunfels seventh-grade teams split with Kitty Hawk, with the White team winning 20-0. Mario Cortez scored one of the touchdowns on a 45-yard run, and Dusty Holden ran in the final score from 27 yards out. The offensive line did an outstanding job of blocking. Kitty Hawk beat New Braunfels’ Blue team 14-0, with the defense doing well to hold the strong Kitty Hawk team to 14 points. It was a very strong defensive effort, with Kitty Hawk only scoring eight points before returning a punt for a touchdown in the final two minutes. The eighth-grade teams play at Kitty Hawk on Saturday. Volleyball— Continued (rom Pag* 10A help the Unicorns — the Rattlers have the edge on tiebreakers due to a season sweep of New Braunfels. In other 25-5A games, Sm Marcos will attempt to avenge its only district loss when Hallandale visits the Rattlers and East Central hosts Seguin in a game which should decide the cellar. In 26-4A’s other contest, Bastrop hosts second-place Hays. U.S. SAVINGS BONOS Shutout gives Atlanta first pennant PITTSBURGH (AP) — First they wrote a sequel to “Gone With the Wind.'* Now the Atlanta Braves have rewritten the history books ■— and the storybooks. What else can Atlanta take in one year? Would you believe the World Series? * 'There isn't one person in this stadium who’d have believed in April that they'd win their division, let alone Game 7 here,’* a disbelieving Andy Van Slyke said following the Braves’ decisive 4-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League playoffs Thursday night. They'd been shut out of the World Series since 1958, when they played in Milwaukee, but the Braves literally shut the Pirates out of the series. Three of the Braves’ four victories were shutouts as baseball's best regular-season team failed to score in the final 22 innings overall and the last 27 in Pittsburgh. "You wish for shutouts, but that's awfully hard to do," Braves Manager Bobby Cox said. "Who would have thought we'd get shut out three times?** Van Slyke said. “We’re not slouches. We underachieved, but they have a great pitching staff." They were a last-place team the last three seasons. "People said we were out of it at the All-Star break, but we kept battling. They said we couldn't catch the Dodgers and we kept battling. This is a team that won't give up," NL batting champion Terry Pendleton said. The Pirates had never lost a decisive Game 7 in the 104-year history of their franchise, but not even the history books could save them from some of the best postseason pitching in history. Pittsburgh was shut out at home wily twice all season, only to be zeroed out in three of their four home playoff games. Playoff MVP Steve Avery, a two-time 1-0 winner, said the Braves now will zero in on the Minnesota Twins in the first World Series matchup of last-place teams from the previous season. The Worst Series, en, World Scries begins Saturday night in the Metro-dome with the Twins’ Jack Morris to face probable Braves starter Tom Gla-vine. Scoring is optional. "I think we showed we can throw the ball a little bit out there," Avery said. "I'm sure the Twins have a great luff, but I don't think that any team in the league can match our staff now." "I don't know if anybody knows how it feels to lose consistently," said Game 7 winner John Smoltz, who allowed six hits, struck out eight and walked one in his first shutout of the season. "I know it feels great to win." For Pittsburgh, it felt a lot worse to lose to Atlanta than it did to 1990 world champion Cincinnati in 1990. The Braves went from worst to first, but it only got worse for the Pirates this lime around. They managed only seven runs in the final six games as their big three of Barry Bonds. Bobby Bonilla and Van Slyke went 0-for-33 with runners in scoring position from early in Game I until late in Game 7. The numbers tell all about the Pirates’ second consecutive playoff defeat and their sixth in eight NL playoff appearances: Bonds, .148 with no RBls; Bonds. O-for-16 with runners in scoring position; Bonilla, one RBI; Van Slyke, .160 and no RBIs after the third inning of Game I. The Braves themselves had a playoff record 26-inning scoreless streak as big boppers Pendleton (.167, I RBI), David Justice (.200, 2 RBIs, I missed base) and Ron Gam (.259) had so-so series. But they still won. "We just didn’t get the hill," Pittsburgh Manager Jim Ley land said. The Braves made it tough on 20-game winner John Smiley from the start, knocking him out in a three-run first inning keyed by Brian Hunter’s two-run homer. New Braunfels Civic Center October 19 & 20 OPEN: SAT. 9 AM - 6 PM SUN. 10 AM -6 PM EMLY BIRD SPECIAL Two Adults for th# Pries of One First Hour Eaoh Day BUY •SELL • TRADE •BROWSE LADIES ESnCtALL Y WELCOM GUN & KNIFE EXHIBITORS CONTACT: Don Hill IRS Mar RMH •Remills, Tx. Itta •I1I-M1-UU Scoreboard Football District 25*SA Football Standing* DISTRICT Town W L T FP RA Now Braunfels 2 0 O 53 17 MoCoNum 2 1 O SO 34 South San 2 1 0 St 36 Hallandale 1 1 0 36 56 Son Maroa I 2 o 26 43 Seguin 1 2 o 54 56 East Contra! 0 2 o 37 •7 SEASON J •mm w L T PP RA MoC durn 6 1 o 167 56 Now Braunite 5 1 0 107 aa South San 5 1 0 161 60 Moriandaia 3 3 0 160 152 Seguin 2 4 o 63 133 East Central 1 5 0 126 162 UaW6 niyi 0 1 0 15 17 San Marooa 1 5 0 56 138 Smithton Valley 0 1 0 0 15 Last Wash's Parma SEASON New Braunfels 24. San Marco# 14 Tsam W L T Pf PA South San 15. Seguin 14 Bastrop e 0 0 17S 34 McCollum 37. East Can lr al 23 Hays 5 1 0 ISS es Central Catholic 36. Marlandaie 27 Lockhart 9 0 0 225 TO Today s Gamas Clamant 6 1 0 114 45 New Braunfels al South San Smithson Vallay 3 2 1 151 64 Seguin at East Central Canyon 3 3 0 113 180 Harlandale at San Mwcot Victoria at McCollum Last Wash's Camas District 26-4A Football Standings Clemens 17, Hays 15 DISTRICT Lockhart 35. 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