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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday. October 27.1987Sports Henld'/a/funp New Braunfels Texas P*Q« 7Unicorns claim District 18-4A tennis title KERRVILLE New Braunfels varsity tennis team captured its third straight District 18 4A tennis title with a 14 4 victory over the host Tivy \ntiers in the finals of the district tournament on Monday New Braunfels was led by its girls team which won IO of its possible ll matches in the finals including all throe doubles events The team of Leigh Ann and Rachel Forney defeated Tivy's team of Heister Hyde *1 hi in the No I girh doubles event The team of Stephanie la»\h and ('.avie Cerrato !opi>ed the Tiv\ team of Deschert lackson 6 I 7 I and the Unicorn team of Kemeri and Kavci Kahler downed the Lady Antler team of Schwarz Happier 6-1. 6-2 In singles events for the New Braunfels girls, Leigh Ann Forney-downed Tamara Pfeister 6-1, 6-0; Rachel Forney bested Shanda Hyde 6-2, 6-0. Stephanie Leyh downed Kristi Dechert 6-3. 6-1 Gayle Cerrato overcame Paige Jackson 6-2. 6-0. Sheri Langabeer edged Carol McBryder 7 5. 7-5, Adrienne Undefeated Amy Lindley 6-2. 6-o and Wende Walker breezed past Mineley Happier 6-2. 6s) The boys doubles team of Craig Morrison and Lance Wright downed the Tivy team of Allen-Giles by default when Giles injured his knee The Unicom team was winning 6-4. 4-2 when the injury occurred The Unicorn team of Todd Berg-quist and Keegan Armke nipped the team of Carek Taylor 5-7. 6-3, 6-2. In boys singles play. Craig Morrison was a 7-6. 7-5 winner over Erie Caulk Keegan Arme was a 6-2. 6-0 winner over John Davis Todd Berg quist was a 7-5. 6-2 victor over Larry Taylor. Lance Wright downed Jason Dupry 7-6. 7-5 and John Bartram top ped Dustin Duke 6-4. 2-6, 7-5 New Braunfels clinched a spot in this weekend a Regional tournament by downing Boerne 17-1 in the semifinals Saturday evening The Unicorns swept all nine boys mat ches and won eight of nine girls matches New Braunfels opened the tournament Saturday afternoon with a 13-0 blanking of Samuel Clemens We played pretty well. said Unicorn Coach Davis Mueller of the weekend performance "We didnt play our best though and we'll need to do that this weekend " The regional meet will be played Friday and Saturday in San Antonio at several different sites Mueller said his team won t know who or where it will play until the draw is determined Thursday night Other teams at the tournament will be powerhouse Alamo Heights Uvalde and Port Lavaca Calhoun • 'We ll certainly be one of the best teams there If we play our best, we have a good chance to win But playing average won’t do it for us.” Mueller said Canyon advanced to the semifinal round of the tournament by edging Fredericksburg 10-8 in a match moved to Fredericksburg by rains on Saturday morning Winners for the Cougars in doubles play were the teams of Bobby Rex-Tony Kylitis. Patrick Manley-Ryan Dillard and Kevin Sellers-Mark Thomas W inners in singles play for Canyon were Patrick Manley Tony Kylitis. Ryan Dillard Kevin Sellers. Chad Erwin and Sandy Wier The victory avenged an earlier 10-8 loss to the Billies and gave Canyon a 5-2 record on the year In the semifinals however the Cougars lost to Tivy in a match that did not begin until 7pm 12'-.< hours after the Canyon team bus had left for the tournament "We called it off when Tivv won it s 10th match We were all pretty exhausted " said Canyon Coach Bill Doer re Smithson Valley was knocked out of the tournament in the first round falling to Boerne 13-3 ■w ***% rn ,« HT Browns buck the Rams, Vikings fend off Denver bneiaer Wilson Dowe Forsberg Villanueva nan: Schneider, Wilson top players I h*U Braun ox cr s (tppon But *nv4 pidstil un important role rn both Ne* lei" win o\er Fredericksburg and C anyon s win mithson \ alley Both winning team> held their i-nt- to a "ingle touchdown a pair of individual performances on offense the vie tone" as both ‘ anyon and New Braunfels ..der* emerge in their win* New Braunfels quarterback Chad Schneider had st gam** of the seaM>n in the I nicoms 28-7 vie Schneider completed five of seven passes against Ilk " averaging neariv cl yard* per toss isoc Umg New Braunfels < oat h Jim Street) is senior signal tailer has been on the verge of C Hist h<>w capable ive is at the jn*"ition Y rtdav s could t<e the sprtngt.uard to a great finish for im der Its! th** I nuoms to two first quarter scores la taiiv in eat h of Bx* s**» <*nd ami third quarters giving w.i\ to l»a* kup Jimmy simmomis in the i quarter v*.»s his ta*"! game of the vear street) said He * « * all w th a o( of authority ami ed the team i lot of confidence k ,|t running t a* k Jimmy \Xt!s«*ri rushes! for r se* >r I "tn** 'hts se.iv>? n over tlx* Rangers ** .Iv I. K<.f XX -.on who has been hobbled bv injuries sim e rn ' * s* game of th#- season ami * anvon which *!>•: it-* first district game it means the ( ougars could , .« ’"trkt title * un tenders Havs ami Krrv ll Ie Ttvy a u! f ’ta t muoev n the ast two games of the vear ti gattasi I •» vartic ami s i»rt**l one tourh«k>wn on i art u s an i had a 48 v ard sewing run ami a .1* yard ... *sl Im* A ta** ays*- of pertain#-* Iii * atm* so * lose to really having a big big night s.o t i anvon ( oat h I rm Burch M* s runt ng with a lot til confidence m»w He s . adfi) aini running ilk* we knew h«- could he said hor their wot k in I-rid av s wins Schneider ami ,V Mif, are this w*-«-A s * otTUi t utlilts /’.avers of tho Laming honorable mention on defense ss Smithson X aile) linebacker Mike Forsberg who made ll tackles including four unassisted and recovered a Cougar fumble Also taking honorable mention from the Rangers is running back Kell) bowe who rushed for 4*. yards or, six carries caught ami ran a to yard screen pass and grade*! out a* the top blocker among the smithsor. \ allev runners He blocked real well for us said Ranger Coach Jo*-Matuiich And Mike did a pretty solid job for us on defense Vise earning honorable mention on defense is New Braunfels linebacker Tim Ham who had lo ta* Ka-" in eluding several jarring blow" He made on*- tackle over near the sideline that must have registered on the Richter scale somewhere streets "aid Xiso plaving well for the I nicoms was linebacker ljonnie Xieman who remains th#* team s leading tackler I anyon s defensive front wall of Randy Jones Randy Engel Brian syamken and Robert Smallwood also had a solid performance against the Rangers Burch "aid They did an excellent job as a unit of containing 'he Hanger offense' They cleared the way for our iinebu* Aer* to make the tackles he said Smallwood also earn#**! mertion for his offensive per formame as a tight end for his blocking effort as did fuilba* k" Charie" Spear" ami Heil) Mulhollan Thomas \ illanueva also had a stellar performance against "mithwin V alley Th#- cornerback intercepted two Ranger pa"se" Earning honorable mention on offense is New Braunfels spilt em! Rick "uarez who caught two passe" for M yards including a diving catch into the end zone on a 4* yard pass from Schneider That was as fine a catch as we v** seen around here in a long while Street) said Xlso taking honorable mention is Canyon offensive ta* Me Julio Madera who had his !m*s( (lerlorniam e ut the season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The key to defending against Los Angeles Rams' quarterback Jim Everett says Felix Wright is eye contact He s a young quarterback He tends to look at his receiver as soon 's be gets the ball VV right said after he intercepted two Everett passes returning one of them 40 yards for a touchdown to help the Cleveland Browns beat the Rams to it Monday night Everett a 24 year-old in his second year with the Rams was fortunate to have been intercepted only three times twice by Wright and once bv Mark Harper because Cleveland cornerback Hanford Dixon dropped two ct hers In Monday night s other game Minnesota s Darrin Nelson got 88 of hts rushing yards on two carries setting up two of D J lazier s three short touchdown bursts helping the Vikings to a 34 27 victory over the Denver Broncos It was all four teams first action since the end of the 24 day NFL strike The Rams US. desperately missed running back Enc Dickerson who stood out the entice second half He ran seven times for 38 yards in eluding a 27 yard touchdown in the s**c*nid quarter Chari#*' White st artiad in place of Dt*ker**»n who had suggested last week thai he might not he able to give I •> percent because he thinks he s worth more than his $6W’ (*■• salary loach John Robinson however said Dickerson was benched because of I Charley horse In the first quarter Everett threw a 2n yard pass to Damone Johnson that gave the Rams a first and goal at the ( leveland I yard line White carried and lost two yards Buford McGee who later suffered a torn Achilles tendon that ended his season gained two yards on second down NFL National Football League By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East wr L T Pct PF PA Buffalo 3 3 A 500 US 156 Indianapolis 3 3 0 500 121 39 New England 3 3 0 500 113 128 N Y Jets 3 3 0 500 151 144 Miami Central 2 4 0 333 168 133 Cleveland 4 2 0 667 149 80 Houston 4 2 o 667 149 124 Pittsburgh 4 2 0 667 133 121 Cincinnati wrest 2 4 0 333 95 125 San Diego 5 I 0 833 133 104 Seattle 4 2 0 667 166 118 Denver 3 2 I 583 150 139 L A Raiders 3 3 500 126 112 Kansas City I 5 0 167 national conference 89 201 East wr L T Pct PF PA XX ashmgton 5 I 0 833 150 101 Dallas 3 3 0 500 135 134 Philadelphia 2 4 o 333 123 163 St Louis 2 4 0 333 128 152 N Y Giants Central I £ o 167 99 142 Chicago 5 I o 833 160 77 Green Bay 3 2 I 583 106 us Minnesota 3 3 o 500 122 132 Tampa Bay 3 3 0 500 141 IU Detroit Wrest I 5 0 167 119 179 San Francisco 5 I 0 833 168 144 New Orleans 3 3 0 500 142 123 Atlanta 2 4 0 333 117 178 L A Rams Sunday s Games I 5 0 167 no 153 Houston 37. Atlanta 33 Buffalo 34 Miami 31 OT Chicago 27 Tampa Bay 26 Pittsburgh 23 Cincinnati 20 Philadelphia 37. Dallas 20 Green Bay 34 Detroit 33 Indianapolis 30 New England 16 Washington 17 N Y Jets 16 ban Francisco 24 New Orleans 22 N Y Giants30 St Louis? Seattle 35 L A Raiders 13 San Diego 42 Kansas City 21 Monday s Games Cleveland 3U L A Rams IT Minnesota 34 Denver 27 Sunday Soy I Houston at Cincinnati indianapolis at New York Jets Kansas City at Chicago Los Angeles Raiders at New England New Orleans at Atlanta Philadelphia at St Louts Pittsburgh at Miami Tampa Bay vs Green Bay at Milwaukee Washington at Buffalo Cleveland at San Diego Detroit at Denver Minnesota at Seattle ban Francisco at Los Angeles Rams Monday Nov J New V ork Giants at DallasMinnesota rises to the top in arena baseball A penalty moved the ball back to the 6 Everett s third-down pass bounced off tight end David Hills hands at the goal line to Wright, who returned it 68 yards to set up the first of Jeff Jaeger s three field goals Early in the fourth quarter the Rams trailing JO-17 had a fourth* and-one at the Cleveland 15 White plunged into the middle for no gain effectively sealing the Browns victory Kevin Mack scored Cleveland s first touchdown on a 16 yard run up the middle early in the second quarter breaking three tackles along the way to put the Browns up 10-0 Wright then stepped in front of Henry Ellard on the Rams next possession and went 4o yards with his second interception for a 17-0 advantage Scoreboard Jaeger s 48-yard field goal made it 20-0 before Dickerson finally scored for the Rams Another Jaeger field goal, from 41 yards out gave Cleveland a 23-7 lead at halftime and Bernie Kosar threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Briar Brennan on the second play of the se cond half to push the margin to 30-7 Vikings 34, Broncos, 27 Nelson s 72 and 16-yard runs helped Minnesota survive some shaky moments on the way to beating Denver "Feast or famine that s what was happening to me tonight.” said Nelson who netted only lo yards in nine other carries I tried to make something out of nothing too many times ” n, IHI ASSOCIATE O PRESS \u brethel now I ak*- me in to the bal (gam#* X « st s tut" ult to the Minnesota Twins those ' iurn •>( teflon th*- king" of arena baseball XX 'twHit a t*M>f over tfieir heads th#* Twins are Gambier* tnit Bv#** are Paul Runyon* with baseball fiats when encamped in the tent like XU*!r*slortie in <k>wntown Minneapolis Iii* ■ I* iii ie is made of two laver* of one eighth sn* h flu* k t«*fioii coated fitx*rgL»"" ami ll * sup i* I bv from Urns* to six iiooivts of air pressure pet square toot When the W radome was built in Houston in the «*'" it was promoted as t**ing Hie Eighth Wonder o' lh* W -rid I tie Met radome looks like something v«hi might onier from the I. I. Bean catalog «*! ut se tailoring of peminnel to fit the home MlHHttOTA park and vice versa ha" l<mg t»een part of the sport Grass infields are manicured to fit the home team s defensive capabilities and it s sp*s*d or la* k of it Playing field dimensions often unaltered to ttoosl th#- home club s power *uitpul or short the opt**aition s Xfter the Twins became the first team in history to win th#- World Series bv scoring all four of their victories at home Whitey Herzog manager of the v anquish#**! st Louts Cardinals said CM course no team in history had to play here The Met radome fits the BUIT I wins like the finest custom made suit while making an opponent look like a circus clown with baggy pants and too big sh* ie* Besides trying to negate or at least match the Twins power which the Cardinals without Jack Clark had no chance of doing visiting teams have problems with the incredible crowd noise and they have difficult) finding fly halls against the white backdrop of the big lop Minnesota won 62 of 87 games played in the Met radome this year Six of the victories were in six postseason games two against DetroitOn the air TUE SOA y ii in pm Bockey Edmonton at queiw* FSpN t*p rn Busing Tracy spahnv* David Tav tor in a lightweight bout ISA WIE ONE SOA V H p rn Boxing Frankie Randall vs Primo Ramos tor tnt* VABF lightweight ti tie Milton Met rory vs Herman I a v es or I a for the N ABF super welterweight title ESPN Boerne 3 I I 105 44 Kerrville Tivv 3 I I 147 54 Hays 3 2 0 105 66 smithson X alley 2 3 0 32 99 Canyon I 5 0 49 83 Fredericksburg I 5 0 .fe 143 Lockhart I 5 0 74 163 Local sportsSportsworld Adams says Oilers staying in Houston Hoi STOS AP Houston Oilers owner Bud Adams savs the prof!! may have t**en in Jacksonville Eta t>ut his heart was in Houston This is my home Adams said I ve fx*#*n here 41 years I could have gun#* to Jacksonville for a lo! more money On Monday . Adams ended months of speculation and negotiation an* nrmnctng bed N* keeping his NKL team in Houston after considering a move to the Gator Bowl Jacksonville, starved for a proles s Iona I football team assembled a package that could have brought Adams more than $125 million over IO years Adams ami his family toured the Florida city several weeks ago for a retl-carpet visit that rivaled treatment given a head of state Hut Adams said he was swayed after a Houston prop«>sal that calls for construc tion of TI luxury boxes at the Houston Astrodome to holster other renovatoms planned for the stadium now the NEL s smallest with a capacity of 50 .mn The new lo year deal to remain in Houston, where the Oilers have played since l^wi hinges on sale of 75 percent    or 54 of the boxes by I let 15, according to a letter of intent signed by Adams "I don t see any problem reaching that goal.” said Don Jordan, chairman of the Greater Houston Chamber of Commerce We expect to get them all sold ” Officials said they already have commitments from 26 companies and individuals to purchase the boxes which w ill be know n as ( clum bia Suites About 34 of the boxes will become available bv next season with the remainder finished in tune for the 19H9 season The boxes will seat 18 or 36 people with the 18 seal box selling for SJO nod a year and the larger box going for M&.tfJO annually The boxes will carry five year commitments and revenues will go directly to the foot nail team Cowboys-Red Raiders move game to Tokyo STILLWATER Okla IAP The Oklahoma State Cowboys will play Texas Tech in Tokyo next season Coach Pat Jones has announced Jones said Monday the two schools have signed an agreement to play in the ('oca Cola Japan Bowl, formerly the Mirage Bowl on either Nov 27 or Dec 4 of 1988 The game originally had been scheduled for Sept 17 at Texas Tech 12 baseball players file for free agency NEW YORK AP New York Yankees relief pitcher Dave Righetti waited just six minutes to file for free agency and ll other players followed his lead as the 1987 market began to take shape Righetti, whose 46 save* in 1986 are the major league record was follow ed by teammate Bill Gullickson and foul other pitchers Gary Lavelle of Oakland, Gary Lucas of California David Palmer of Atlanta and John Candelaria of the Mets others to file were Bob Dernier of the Chicago Cubs Tom Paciorek of the Texas Rangers Bruce Bochy of the San Diego Padres Bill Madlock of the Detroit Tigers Terry Harper of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Dave Henderson of the San Francisco Giants tuesday > p rn X odes nail New Braunfels at Smithsoo X alley ireshmen J\ varsity 5 pm    Volleyball Canyon at lax-kbart freshmen JX voltevbal! FRIDA) I pm    Football Kerrville Tivy at Smithson X alley K p rn    Football New Rrauniel* at Sc hertz Clemens 8pm Football Canyon at Hays saturday IO 3d a rn Crosscountry District 18 4A District Meet JX girls varsity girls JX boys varsity boy* at Memorial Primary school 2pm    X obey bait samuel Clemens at New Braunfels ‘♦th JX varsity 3 pm    Volleyball Smithson Valley ‘♦th JX varsity at Ti* * FRIDA) SATURDAY New Braunfels varsil tennis team at Regional Tournament, San Antonio site THADistrict 13-4A District IMA Foo taal I Standing* Friday s Games Canyon 14 smithson X alley 6 New Braunfels 28 Fredericksburg 7 Clemens 19 Tivy 17 Boerne 33 Lockhart 7 Hays idle This Wees s Games Tivy at Smithson X aile* New Braunfels at Clemens Canyon at Hays Boerne at Fredericksburg Lockhart idleTop 20 By The Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press college football poll with first place votes in parentheses record through games of Oct 24 total points based on 20 1W18 17 16- 1514-13-12 ll 10 9 8 7-6 5-4 3 2-1 and last weeks ranking SEASON Team * L T PF PA Clemens 7 0 0 212 57 Tivy 5 I I 202 67 IV. ie me 5 I I 201 44 Hays 5 2 0 164 r New Braunfels 5 2 0 127 116 Smithson Valley 3 4 0 70 113 Canyon 2 6 0 77 138 lax-khan 2 6 0 123 189 Fredericksburg I i 0 52 150 DISTRICT Clemens 5 0 0 139 48 New Braunfel* 4 I 0 •7 82 Record Pts PY* I Oklahoma 40 7-0-0 I 176 I 2 Nebraska 13 7-0-0 1,134 2 3 Miami Fig (7) 5-041 1.108 3 4 Florida state 6-1-0 986 4 5 LSI 6-0-1 952 5 6 Auburn 6431 90c 6 7 UCLA 6-1-0 842 8 8 Syracuse 74M) 774 9 9 Notre Dame 5-14) 732 IO 16 Florida 5-24) 612 ll ll Indiana 6 14) 546 IS 12 Georgia 6-24) 491 12 13 Tennessee 5-11 466 IS 14 Ckemaort 6-14) 450 7 15 Ohio State 5-1-1 327 16 16 Alabama 5-24) 279 17 17 Oklahoma Stale 6-1-0 187 19 18 Penn Slate A2-0 184 16 19 South Carolina 5-2-0 112 » Michigan Stale 42 1 110 14 Other receiving votes Arizona State 92 Texas AAM M Put * Arkansas 23 Air Force ll Michigan 8 Wyoming 8 Texas 4 Iowa 3 San Jose State 3 Oregon I, Southern California l ;