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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn boys take cross country title Canyon's Sendejo qualifies for regional District race thrown into tie An upset in the hills threw the District 13-4A football race into a four-way second-place tie after only two weeks    of competition. Trailing New Braunfels, which is 2-0 after beating Canyon 33-14 Friday, are    Canyon,    Lockhart, Fiedencksburg and Kerrville Tivy, all 1-1. Hays is 0-2 after its second straight heartbreaking loss. Tivy upended Fredericksburg 17-14 and Lockhart rallied past Hays 20-15 in the district’s other games Friday. In Fredericksburg, the Billies rolled to a 14-0 second-quarter lead behind a three-yard scoring run by Drew Hardin and an 18-yard touchdown pass from Hardin to Tim Stuewe. But the Antlers came back with a 13-yard scoring pass from Britt Leissner to Philip White and a two-point conversion by Thirmon Dimery. David Ratlike pulled the Antlers within three on the last play of the first half, kicking a 25-yard field goal. Dimery broke loose on a 14-yard scoring run to give the Antlers the winning margin. Tivy stopped Fredericksburg on the Antlers’ 23-yard line late in the game to preserve the victory. Fredericksburg hurt itself with five interceptions and two fumbles. In I Lockhart, the Uons also raced to a 14-0 lead, scoring on runs of five and 69 yards by Robert Thompson. Hays drove back in the third quarter, making it 14-8 on a one-yard run by Michael Grizzle and his run for the conversion. The Rebels went ahead in the fourth quarter on a five-yard run by Jeff I>ehman and Gene Salazar’s extra point. But Lockhart, behind Thompson and quarterback Bubba Kanemeier, drove 75 yards for the winning touchdown. Kanemeier scored on a sneak. Thompson finished the night with 256 yardis on 30 carries. New Braunfels' victory wasn’t complete, as the Unicorns lost quarterback Victor Sierra with a broken collarbone. Sierra will miss at least three weeks. District 13-4A District Turn NB Canyon F burg Lockhart Tivy Hay* W L T PF PA 65 48 30 20 31 28 APF 325 24 0 150 IOO 155 14 0 APA 70 23 5 150 23    5 24    0 18 0 Last yyaak • gam** Ne* Blauvelt 33 Canyon 14 Lockhart 20 Hay* 15 Kerrville Tivy 17 Fredericksburg 14 This week s games - Kerrville T<vy ai Ne* Braunfels Canyon at Hays Fredericksburg at Lockhart Season Team VV L J PF PA APF APA NS 7 0 0 196 60 283 86 Canyon 4 3 0 152 88 21 7 126 Lockhart 4 3 9 93 129 132 184 Tivy 4 3 0 83 112 ll 8 16 0 F'burg 4 3 0 97 101 137 14 4 Hays 3 4 0 63 112 90 160 Cougars, Tigers set up showdown Cole and Floresville set up this week’s showdown for the District 27-3A lead by grabbing and holding onto leads Friday night. The Cougars, who have won six straight games, romped to a 29-7 halftime lead over Southside and held on for a 36-21 victory, while Floresville took a 12-0 advantage in the third quarter and held on to win 12-6 over Boerne. In the district’s other game Friday, Smithson Valley and Bandera played tea scoreless tie. After three weeks of district play, Floresville and Cole have already clinched the playoff berths. Both are 34), while third-place Boerne is 1-2. Both teams have already beaten Boerne. At Cole, Deon Cockrell gained 195 yards and scored three touchdowns for the Cougars, who had 340 yards rushing After Southside took a 7-0 lead on a six-yard run by Bernie Gutierrez, Cole scored 36 unanswered points to clinch the victory. Cockrell scored on runs of IO, 21 and IO yards, while quarterback Tim O’Haver scored on KERRVILLE — New Braunfels' boys' cross country team nipped Kerrville Tivy by one point to win the District 13-4A cross country championship Saturday. Mike Payne finished first overall to lead the Unicorns, who advanced to this week's regional meet at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio. Canyon's Connie Sendejo qualified for the regional meet as an individual runner, finishing fifth in the varsity girls' division. New Braunfels' varsity girls were edged out for second place, as Fredericksburg won with 27 points. Kerrville Tivy was second with 54 and New Braunfels third with 55. New Braunfels' JV girls were second in the team competition, while Canyon had the first-, sixth-, eighth-and 18th-place finishers in the girls' JV but didn't field a fifth runner. A team must have five finishers to qualify in the team competition. New Braunfels’ boys junior varsity won its division with three runners in the top five spots. The closest race of the day was the boys' varsity, as it took the best performance of the season by Dan Dolman to lift New Braunfels past defending champion Tivy. “I thought we had finished third." New Braunfels Coach Fred Pink said “I thought Fredericksburg had won; it was a very close race." Payne ran the three-mile course in 16 minutes. 49 seconds. Dorman ran a 17:17 for third, and Hector Hernandez was ninth in 17:49. Chris Coley was 14th in 18:02. David Mares 22nd in 18:33 and Allen Kienv 24th in 18 40. Canyon's Matt Brock was 25th in 19:23. In the girls' varsity, Robin Rabom missed a trip to the regionals by ll seconds, as she finished sixth in 14 03. Inez Garces was seventh in 14:15. Meredith McWilliams 13th in 15:20. Jennifer Miller 15th in 15 33. Heather Woods 20th in 16:41 and Stephanie Dunham 22nd in 17:49 New Braunfels' Josh Hendry ran a 20:03 to finish first in the boys' JV race. while Ernesto Perusquia was third in 20:27 and Mike Rooks fifth in 20 47. Other Unicorn finishers were Bill Ball. lith. 21:34; Haney Soell, 15th. 22:32; Joaquin Perusquia, 16th. 22:33; and Richard Gonzales, 19th. 23:05. Canyon's JV boys were third, led by John Lugo, who was sixth in 20:55 Mark Wong was 12th in 21 44. Darrell Colleran 17th in 22 34, Chris Cook 22nd in 24 49. Ray Kaderli 23rd in 25:53 and Tom Chilek 24th in 29:23 Leading Canyon’s strong showing in the girls' JV was Patty Hays, who was first overall in 15 28 Letty Hays was sixth in 16 08. Gena Thomas eighth in 16 37 and Mary O'Keefe 18th in 19:15. That’s the way it', been w ith our JV all year." Canyon Coach Diana Slaw ter said. it takes a lot of dedication to run cross country, and we just can't get enough people out." New Braunfels’ top finisher in the girls' JV was Lori Acevedo, who w as 10th with 16:48 Rachel Baker was 12th in 17:17. Jenny Varenhorst 14th in 17:45. Robyn Robinson 16th in 18:17 and Mandv Bradberrv 17th in 18 44 Briefly Rec Center closes for Wurstfest The luanda Recreation Center will be closed during Wurstfest (Nov. 1-11). The following programs will meet at the Academy Street Gym during this time: Exercise aerobics: Nov 4,6,7 —5:30 p m. to6:30 p.m. Karate Nov. 4.7 — 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Pickup Basketball will not meet on Nov. 7. City, Miller Lite set volleyball event Miller Ute and the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are sponsoring the 1985 Volleywurst volleyball tournament Saturday and Sunday at Haymarket Park. Competition will be in women’s open i Saturday) and co-rec open (Sunday) divisions, with a maximum of 12 teams per division. The entry fee is $40. with proceeds going for multiple sclerosis research. Starting time both days is 8 a rn The tournament will be a double elimination, and awards will be presented for first, second and third place. All participants will receive an entry ticket to Wurstfest. Dealine for entries is Thursday. Managers can register at the Landa Recreation Center, or send a check made out to the City of New Braunfels to the rec center, attention Robin Bell. 164 luanda Park Drive. Winter basketball meeting scheduled The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will conduct an organizational meeting for the Winter Basketball League's 1986 season Monday at 7 p.m. at the luanda Recreation Center. All interested team managers and players are encouraged to attend For further information call 629-6196 Aerobics class meets 3 times a week The    New    Braunfels    Parks and    Recreation Department is sponsoring an exercise-aerobics class which meets from 5:30 p m to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays. Wednesdays and Thursdays. The    class    meets at    the luanda    Recreation Center. Cost of the class is SI per person per class. For more information, call 639-6196 fro I p.m. to 8 p m. Monday through Friday. Pick up basketball plays twice weekly The    New    Braunfels    Parks and    Recreation Department is sponsoring pick-up basketball even,- Sunday and Thursday from 7 p.m. to IO p m at the Academy Street Gym until Dec 19. Registration fee is $5 for thee season or SI per day. For more information call the Rec Center at 629-6196. Pettus tops gimpy Marion; Clemens falls By GARY HALL Sports correspondent MARION — The Pettus Eagles gained their first District 31-2A victory Friday night with a 9-0 decision over the Marion Bulldogs. After an interception by Melvin Davis at the Marion 16-yard bne. Pettus’ Frank Castro kicked a 22-yard field goal with 8:19 left in the first half to put the Eagles up 3-0 In the fourth quarter, following a Bulldog punt that netted 0 yards, the Eagles needed only two plays for David Medina to score from the 5. The extra point was blocked Scoreboard a pair of sneaks for the Cougars. In Floresville, Richard Saldana gave the Tigers a 6-0 halftime lead on a one-yard run, and Floresville stretched it to 12-0 on a 25-yard scoring pass from David Ximenez to Rex Wright in the third quarter. Boerne scored on a five-yard run by Todd Taylor. At Smithson Valley, the Ranger defense — plus some crucial mistakes — shut down stumbling Bandera, the defending district champion. District 27-3A District ga mss Turn    W    I    T    PF    PA    APF    APA .Cols........3    0    0    73    28    24 3    9    3 s F vins....... 3    0    0    90    22    30 0    7    3 Boerne....... 1    2    0    31    21    103    70 Banders 0    I    2    21    42    70    14 0 Southside 0    2    I    43    82    14 3    27 3 S Valley ____ 0    2    1    8    61    2    7    20    3 * clinched playoff berth Last week s games - Smithson Valley 0. Bandera 0. tie. Floresville 13. Boerne 6. Cole 36 Southside 21 This week s games - Bandera at Boerne Cole st Floresville, Smithson Valley at Southside Overall Teem    W    L    T    PF    PA    APF    APA FviMe 7    I    0    207    63    25    9    7 9 Cola........6    I    0 183    59    26    1    8    4 Southside    ... 4    3    I 189    165    23    6    19    4 Boerne 3    5    0    70    84    8    8    10 5 Bandera    ...    2    3    2    87    68    12    4    97 S Valley...    2    5    1    76    141    9    5    17 6 On the air Th County A*ards Miller Beer 3 .. 2 5 4 SUNDAY TELEVISION Jimmy s Garage .... I 5 9 30 a rn — Running Ne* York Marathon Women s C KSAT Greg s Auto .., 7 0 11am — Wresti ng USA Mr Gatti s 4 I Noon - Football Houston at St Lou* KM OL Tony s Po*er Sweeping . 3 3 Noon Footba Atonia at Dallas KIN iS Coma) Pest Control 3 3 Noon Baseball Winter League game Brown s Welding „,.. 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General Portland 11 It ll n Flag football Circus Circus Panier* S ,. , 11 ____5 ll 18 New Braunfels Flag Football League cone Star I 21 Team W L Mans C Millar 4 0 Or anim* BBQ 18 2 SMI 2 I T igar T ole .13 7 Jim s Welding I 2 Keno s BBQ 12 • Badman 0 4 RoliosBBQ Ingram Ready Mn 10 IO 10 IO Volleyball Texas Land Texas Scales 9 4 11 16 New Braunfels Volleyball League OL PH ..................... 3 17 Standings ss of Oct 24 Mens O Co Rec Harry s ft Larry s 14 6 Team W L TXI.......... 13 6 Comal Fio*er Shop 5 0 Braunfels Sporting Goods 12 8 Ernest s Gang 5 I Fest Baptist Church ll I Julian a Floor Sanes 4 I Dates 10 IO Hernandez s Rebel 4 2 Lanoa Station 8 12 Kruger Koyotes ............... 4 2 Outdoor Play ... 6 14 Lib! ado s....................... 3 2 Tree of Life 5 16 Armstrong.......... . . I 4 Womans . General Portland................ 1 5 Raid ars ll I Miller £» Company . 0 5 Runner* 8 3 Player s ................. 0 5 Miller Lite 7 4 Women s A Tiger Tote ...... ...... . 6 5 Golden s . 5 I Multifamily Plumbing 2 9 River City Threads . 6 I Used Mobil Homes 0 12 Budgeteer ..... 5 I Co Ed Nature Alliance .............. . 3 3 RRC Rentals 8 I MBank ......................... . 2 4 Crossroads.......... ____ 7 3 Clear Springs Catering . 1 5 Under Pass Saloon 6 3 Ottie s Or apery . 0 6 Busch ....................... 6 3 Women s B Hollo * BBQ 3 7 Edna s Drive In . 6 0 Batey s Construction 2 8 Hannah s Restaurant 4 2 Coleman Electric 0 9 DE HYL CLAWK HFRALD ZEHRUNG Canyon's Connie Sendejo (left) nears the finish line during Saturday's race. New Braunfels Mike Payne leads the pack at the midway point in the boys' competition. Marion was kept deep in its own territory as Pettus punter John Vasquez twice put the ball out at the Marion 1-yard line Medina and Davis paced the Eagle attack with 63 and 51 yards rushing, respectively. Tim Schmeder of the Bulldogs led all rushers with 78 yards. Marion played without four backs because of injuries. Marion fell to 2-3 in district, 5-3 overall while Pettus improved to 1-4,3-5 on the season. Southwest 20, Clemens 14 Southwest tight end Dennis Ray threw a touchdown pass to Kevin Jennings with 3 .41 left in the game to give Southwest a victory over Clemens in a District 14-IA North Zone game. The Buffa’ *s, who fell to 2-1 in zone play and 3-5 on the season, led 14-6 at the half on the strength of a 42-yard scoring pass from Bruce Rea to Raul Baptiste and a 51-yard run by Rudy Blackburn But Southwest, ranked fifth in the city of San Antonio, came back to make it 14-12 in the third quarter, then scored the winning touchdown and added a two-point conversion. 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