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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, October 26,2003 SCOREBOARD WHATS AHEAD Dnr hunting In Texas Keith Warren says the Lone Star state has the best whitetail herd in the nation. COMING TUESDAY HU picks up first win SEGUIN — On Homecoming and Jim Wacker Day at Matador Stadium, the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs won for the first time this season as quarterback Sean Salinas hit Charlie Forbes on a 62-yard pass to set up the winning touchdown in a 26-21 win over Louisiana College. With the Wacker family on hand for the pre-game festivities honoring the late coach of the Bulldogs, Texas Lutheran drove 82 yards in 22 seconds for the winning touchdown. Trailing 21-20 with 1:02 to play in the game, the Bulldogs took the ball on the TLU 34 after a 15-yard personal foul penalty against Louisiana College. On lst-and-10, Salinas hit Forbes in stride on a slant. Forbes broke free of the first contact and raced down-field with the help of wide receiver Jason TYahan, who shielded a defensive back as TRINITY CONTINUED FROM Page IB Tigers roll up total yards 506 I IO yards and was the Tigers’ rushing leader. DesPlaines completed 16 of 22 passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns, leading an offense that rolled up 506 total yards. The Colonels scored early in the second quarter on a 10-yard pass from quarterback Brian Behrendt to Engleman, who leads the SCAC in scoring with ll touchdowns. Engleman accounted for 107 of the Colonel’s 201 total offensive yards. Late in the second quarter, the Colonels ran a halfback pass, which would have giv- WILDCATS CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Price, Gentry break IOO yards rushing 153 yards rushing on 25 carries and two touchdowns, while Gentry piled up 102 yards on 21 touches and two scores to lead the NBCA attack. Price also completed two of three passes for 43 yards, both to Nick Burden on leaping catches. Price also played well on the defensive front with two interceptions of his own, both stopping Hill Country drives deep in Wildcat territory to go along with a team-high seven tackles. Gentry racked up five tackles and recovered a fourth quarter fumble that set up a touchdown. Brian Gervais also made a team-high seven stops on Forbes headed down the sideline. Forbes was finally forced omof bounds at the 4-yard line. Junior running back Kenny Gransberry scored from four yards on the very next play to give TLU the 26-21 advantage with 40 seconds to play. The Wildcats drove to the their own 49 and had to settle for a desperation pass into the end zone. The pass was batted down at the TLU goal line to preserve the victory. Texas Lutheran improved to 1-6 overall and to 1-5 in the American Southwest Conference. Salinas, the sophomore quarterback was sharp from the start. He drove TLU 86 yards on seven plays for a touchdown on TLU's First offensive series. The drive was capped with a 9-yard pass from Salinas to New Braunfels graduate Andy Schmid. en them field position deep in Trinity territory. Defensive back Kenny Brunette was not fooled on the play, breaking-up the pass and nearly intercepting it. "At that point in the game, we knew they would try something like that to get back into the game”, Brunette said. "Today, our defensive line, linebackers and defensive backs played our best game of the year, although not perfect. We still have improvements to make.” Trinity improved to 6-1 overall, and 3-0 in the SCAC. The Tigers are now in sole possession of first place. The Tigers travel to Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn. next week, and will play their next home game on November 15, hosting Millsaps College. defense while Burden had four tackles. Wildcat head coach Joe Martella was excited after the contest. "Our game plan fit our brand of football perfectly and we went out and executed it," he stated. "The game played out exactly like we thought it would. It was a great effort against an excellent football team. Stephen Parker’s great play on that interception return — breaking tackles and dragging those tacklers across the goal line — was indicative of our team effort tonight.” With the win, the Wildcats run their season record to 5-4 overall and 3-1 in district play. NBCA will continue its push toward the school’s first-ever playoff berth with another critical district contest at home Friday against Bryan St. Joseph’s. THE HUNTING CAMP Buy I Box of Ammo get... (Military style Ammo excluded) I Bag of Corn FREE! October Special I <» ti) H ll SI ll l‘SN ts Soul ll IU! 02‘> TS2N _    IWB UNITED WE STAND i\«\«S == Mold Remediation and U rn    Air    Duct Cleaning    2 & FURNITURE fr ORIENTAL RUGS * CARPET CLEANING ■ 9    606-7384* 1-888-736-1824    S Parcells unapologetic after jilting Bucs BIG 12 CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Texas Tech drops second straig M >ps fit TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Bill Parcells would rather talk about almost anything other than why he’s coaching the Dallas Cowboys instead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The two-time Super Bowl winner backed out of agreements to take over {he Bucs twice in the past 12 years and remains unapologetic. “I don’t know that I have the right answer. This just hit me right,” Parcells said. “But hey, things worked out very well for them, so I’m happy about that.” The Bucs won their First Super Bowl in January, barely a year after Parcells opted against coming out of retirement to replace Tony Dungy. The sons of Tampa Bay owner Malcolm Glazer eventually pried Jon Gulden from the Oakland Raders, but it cost the Bucs four high draft picks and $8 million cash. Parcells also left original Bucs owner Hugh Culver-house feeling “jilted at the altar” in 1991, when the coach spurned Tampa Bay. "There were just things that are of a personal nature that I couldn’t get myself to do it.... I don’t look back on that at all, arid I don’t have MECKE CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Mecke also plays soccer, runs track great personality and I wouldn't be surprised if she’s in Hollywood someday.” The Smithson Valley volleyball team is currently 9-0 in district play and has clinched the District 27-5A championship. With post-season action in both of her fall sports on the horizon, Mecke’s balancing act may get even tougher. The volleyball team has a first-round bye and will open the playoffs in early November. Mecke’s accomplishments as an athlete don’t end when the fall sports seasons finishes. In fact, that is only the beginning. “In the spring, I play soccer and run track,” Mecke said. Week 8 Schedule Sunday's games: Dallas at Tampa Bay. 11 a m Detroit at Chicago, 11 a m Denver at Baltimore. 11 a m. St Louis at Pittsburgh, 11 a rn Seattle at Cincinnati. 11 a m. Tennessee at Jacksonville. 11 a m. Cleveland at New England. 11 a.m. Carolina at New Orleans. 11 a m. N Y Giants at Minnesota. 11 a m. San Francisco at Arizona. 2:05 p m Houston at Indianapolis, 2:15 p.m. N Y Jets at Philadelphia. 2 15 p m Buffalo at Kansas City, 6:30 p m Open dates: Oakland. Washington. Green Bay. Atlanta  ______ Monday's gams: Miami at San Diego. 7 p m any animosity about it,” Parcels said. The 62-year-old coach reiterated that he doesn’t regret turning down an opportunity to work with a seasoned team on the verge of winning championship and later accepting the challenge of rebuilding the younger, less experienced Cowboys. “You make your decisions. ... The time to worry is before you place the bet, not after the wheel is spinning,” Parcells said. "Once it spins, you forget about that, so I don’t look back on that stuff, honestly.’’ **    a**. seasons. The Cowboys also won at Kyle Field for the first time since 1983. MISSOURI 62, TEXAS TSON 31 Missouri quarterback Brad Smith ran for 291 yards and a school-record five touchdowns and the Tigers controlled Texas Tech’s top-ranked offense in a 62-31 victory Saturday. Texas Tech entered the game leading the nation with a 47-poipt average, but couldn’t recover from three turnovers in the first half that led to 17 points as Missouri took a 34-10 lead. B.J. Symons, the nation’s leading passer, was intercepted on consecutive passes in the half. AP TOP 25 HOW THEY FARED How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll fared this Saturday: No 1 Oklahoma (8-0) beat Colorado. No 2 Miami (7-0) did not play No 3 Virginia Tach (6-1) lost to Wast Virginia 28-7. No 4 Qaorgia (7-1) beat UAB 16-13. No 5 Southern Cal (17-1) beat Washington 42-23 No 6 Florida State (7-1) beat beat Wake Forest 48-24 No 6 Washington Stat# (6-1) vs Oregon State No 8 Ohio St. (7-1) beat Indiana 35-6 No 9 LSU (6-1) beat Auburn 31-7. No 10 Purdue) 6-2) lost to Michigan 31- 3. No 11 Michigan State (7-1) did not play No 12 Northern Illinois (7-1) lost to Bowling Green 34-18. No 13 Michigan (7-2) Beat Purdue 31-3 No 14 Nebraska (7-1) beat Iowa State. No 15 TOU (8-0) beat Houston 62-55. No 16 Iowa (6-2) beat Penn State 26-14 No 17 Auburn (5-3) lost to ISU 31-7. No. 18 Oklahoma State (7-1) beat Texas AOM 38-10    * No 19 Texas (6-2) beat Baylor 56-0 No 20 Wisconsin (6-3) lost to Northwestern 16-7 No 21 Arkansas (4-3) lost to Mississippi 19-7 No 22 Tannaasaa (5-3) beat Alabama 51-43 No 23 Bowling Qroon (7-1) beat N Illinois TIXAS LOTTIRY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $11 million 1-5-10-29-39 (42) BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $13 million 6-24-27-32-44 (41) BB PICK 3 CASH FIVE Day 7-2-5 5-17-23-31-34 Night 1-1-4 .lick .ottery TEXAS TWO-STEP lumbers VJr wadable at 5-13-21-24 (28) w.. jslottery com 1| WM* v    r* I Mi hJOEfllk UMH -cr- -A mH MM Sts. Peter & Paul School I *>S VV. Iii itlm1 * New Itniiiiilrls. I X Halloween Carnival & Raffle Thursday, October 30,2003 5:30 - 9:30 Grand Prize New 2004 Ford F-150 SuperCrew .UEB0NNET Donated by Bluebonnet Motors, Inc. New Braunfels. Texas 78130 (830)606-8011 & ■ • - J&yi •*» .^>>1. .. ; .• '{u I ■Wk*mX'&fr''XVs y ■ "■ VR • ' REBECCA t. ROO ERS/Herald Zeitung Dana Mecke competes in four sports for the Rangers. Games • Food • Haunted House Drawing at 7:00 p.m. Benefit: Sts. Peter & Paul School ■ Fire fr Water Restoration ss SS    210    TRADECENTER    DRIVE    ■ g FREE ESTIMATES - 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE SB il\«B\\ai\1 UNITED WE STAND ;