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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Ze/tong Friday, October 28,1983 Around the area Billies, Antlers clash in hills Bitter rivals Fredericksburg and Kerrville Tivy battle in tonight's top game in District 134A. The Billes are 44) atop the district standings and are riding a seven-game winning streak, while the Antiars are 4-3 and 1-2 in district play. In Otho1 district games, Canyon is at Lockhart and Hays is at Gonzales. In Kerrville, the Antlers will be trying to avenge a 144) loss to the Billies from a year ago. Historically, Tivy has had the upper hand in the series — the Antlers beat the Billies on first downs for the district title two years ago — but Fredericksburg is favored by six points. Both teams are run-oriented, with Wade Reeh leading the Billies' running backs and Glom Kibbett the Antlers'. Bot they both also can pass, with quarterbacks Kicky Loth of Fredericksburg and Mike Dyal of Tivy both able to throw when necessary. The Antlers are finishing up a rough stretch of games — they played Gonzales three weeks ago, were off, then played New Braunfels last week. Fredericksburg wUl have only one game remaining after tonight’s contest — next week’s showdown with New Braunfels. In Gonzales, the Rebels are coning off a IM victory over Lockhart while the Apaches are coming off a loss to Fredericksburg. The Apaches killed themselves with mistakes a week ago, accidentaUy turning the baU over on downs at their own IS, then fumbling at their own 20. DISTRICT 13-4A District Season Taam Fredericksburg New Braunfels Gonzales Canyon Kerrville Tivy WLT 1    I 2    0 4    0    0 3    0    I 1    I    1 I    2    0 I    2    0 I    2    0 Lockhart    0    4    0 Last week s games - New Braunfels 20, Kerrville    Tivy    16; Hays 16, Lockhart 6; Fredericksburg 17, Gonzales 7; Canyon open. This week s games - Canyon at Lockhart; Hays at Gonzales; Fredericksburg at Kerrville Tivy. W 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 David Dabbia John Robert King DeLoach Senior Johnson Last week: 14-2 Last weak: 13-3 Last weak: 11-6 Last weak: 14-2 This week'* games: Overall; 106-39, .721 Overall: 10640, .714 Overall: 10642. .700 Overall: 109-36, .741 Canyon at Lockhart Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Smithton Valley at Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Boerne Hay* at Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Fredericksburg at Kerrville Tivy Kerrville Tivy Kerrville Tivy Kerrville Tivy Fredericksburg Southside at Bandera Bandera Southside Bandera Bandera Cole at Randolph Randolph Randolph Randolph Randolph Andrews at San Angalo Lake View San Angalo Lake View San Angalo Lake View San Angalo Lake View Andrews Texas Tach at Texas Taxes Taxaa Taxas Taxas Houston at TCL! Houston TCU Houston Houston SMU at Texas AAM SMU SMU SMU SMU Tularte at Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Rica at Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Dallas at New York Giants Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Houston at Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Two military base schools and two playoff contenders clash in tonight’s District 26-3A contests. Cole, which is on Fort Sam Houston, faces Randolph, Southside travels to Bandera and Smithson Valley meets Boerne in tonight’s contests. Southside, sent reeling by a 48-7 loss to Boerne a week ago, will try to keep its playoff hopes alive against districty leader Bandera. The Cardinals had won four games in a row before last week’s loss. Bandera, meanwhile, is 7-1 overall and 34) in district with two games left to play. But the BuUdogs must play 60-1 Boerne the final week of the season. The Bulldogs and Cardinals have been the surprises of the district this season, with both teams expected to finish in the middle of the pack. But new coach Hon Cope has led Southside to its best record ever and Bandera has turned a multiple offense into a winning offense. Bandera is a 13-point favorite in the game. At Randolph, the Ro-Hawks and Cougars play for the military championship of the district. Both teams have struggled this season, although Ran Cardinals do or die tonight Rice to USFL? Alborn eyes assistant's job with Gunslingers dolph is now 1-1-1 and has an outside chance at the playoffs. Cole, meanwhile, has lost four games in a row by lopsided scores and is looking forward to moving down to Class 2A. The Ro-Hawks posted their first district victory a week ago, whipping Smithson Valley 4345. They had previously tied Boerne and lost to Bandera. Next week, the final week of district play, finds Cole at Smithson Valley, Bandera at Boerne and Southside at Randolph. DISTRICT 26 3A T**m Bandel* Boerne Southside Randolph Smithton Valley Cole District Seaton W L T W 3 0 0 7 0 I I I 3 0 3 0 1 I 3 0 Lett wee*'t games    Randolph 43, Smithton Valley 6, Bandera 28, Cole 7; Boerne 48, Southside 7 This week's games - Smithton Valley at Bovine, Southside at Bandala. Cole at Randolph SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Rice head football coach Ray Alborn says he’s ’’very interested” in the possibility of joining San Antonio’s United States Football League dub when he quits his job at the end of the Alborn said he discussed the matter with Gunslingers head coach GII Steinke last week during the USFL’s league meetings in Houston. "I’m excited. I feel like I have an obligation to finish here, but I’m very interested,” Alborn said Thursday in a telephone interview from Houston. “My feeling right now is that I want to stay in coaching and I feel I have a lot to offer.” Steinke has confirmed that the Gunslingers, scheduled to begin play in March, are interested in Alborn as an assistant coach. He said discussions would continue at the end of Rice’s season, which is Nov. 12. ‘‘I don't know much about the franchise, but I know GU Steinke,” Alborn said. “I know San Antonio is a great city. That’s good enough for me. "I’m also excited about the possibilities of the new league,” he said. ‘‘The only sports competition there is the San Antonio Spurs. I just think the people there are hungry for football.” Rice currently scrapes the bottom of the Southwest Conference with an 0-5 mark. The Owls have a 1-7 record overaU, the only win coming over Southwest Louisiana. Alborn, who graduated from Rice, announced his plans to quit earlier this season. “When you don't have a job, then you keep the options open,” he said Thursday. “I’ve got a wife and two kids who have to eat.” The coach said he hasn’t followed the Gunslingers’ tangle of legal problems. The USFL expansion franchise currently is embroiled in a stack of suits and countersuits. “I don’t read the newspaper that much,” Alborn said. “They seem to think that everything’s going to fly there and that’s enough for me. I'm looking forward to talking to them when the season's over.” Action from the Panthers-Mustangs game, won by the Mustangs Photo by Hobart Snow Junior league shoots blanks Three games produced three shutouts in this week’s action in the New Braunfels Junior Football League. Monday, the Red Raiders stopped the Mustangs 214); Tuesday, the Toros whipped the Blue Devils 21-0; and Wednesday, the Mustangs outscored the Panthers 144). Rad Raiders 24, Mustangs 0 The teams were scoreless through most of the first half, with the Red Raiders breaking through with 52 seconds left in the half. Matt Ethridge scored the touchdown and Roger Gomez added the two-point conversion. Seen Toney picked up the next touchdown on a short run, and he also added the conversion. The play was set up by a fumble recovery by David Hill. Gomez closed out the scoring with a touchdown run, with Toney throwing to Agapito Cruz for the conversion. The Mustangs’ Jeff Kapellas was the team’s leading ballcarrier, and quarterback Dennis Hicks also had a good game along with receiver Brian Wendell, fullback Billy Mitchell and receiver Jimmy Preuaser. Toros 21, Btu# Devils 0 The Toros, who continue to improve, raced to a 14- Harris likes Canyon; SV heavy underdog Briefly Canyon is a 13-point favorite over Lockhart and Boerne is a 31-point pick over Smithson Valley in Friday’s games, according to the Harris Rating System. The Cougars remained at 36th in the statewide Class 4A rankings with 156 points after a week off, while the Rangers fell from 172nd to 176th in Class 3A and from 124 to 121 points. New Braunfels lost two power points, falling to 167, but remained seventh in the statewide rankings this week. The Unicorns have an open date Friday. Elsewhere in District 13-4A, Fredericksburg is a six-point pick over Kerrville Tivy and Gonzales a 12-point favorite over Hays. The Billies moved up from 22nd to 20th this week, picking up two power points in the process. Fredericksburg now has 164 points. Gonzales fell to 26th from 20th after its loss to Fredericksburg, and from 163 to 160 points. Hays moved up from 47th to 44th but dropped from 154 to 153 points after defeating Lockhart. Kerrville Tivy moved from 54th to 46th and from 151 to 153 points this week, while Lockhart moved from 102nd to 99th and from 141 to 142 points. In District 26-3A, Boerne jumped from 39th to 31st after drubbing Southside. The Greyhounds have 152 power points, up four from last week. Randolph moved from 60th to 54th and from 141 to 146 points after Us victory over Smithson Valley, while Bandera dropped from 59th to 60th after stopping Cole. The Bulldogs have 144 points. Southside fell from 115th to 146th this week and from 134 to 131 points, while Cole moved up from 176th to 175th and stayed at 123 points. Harris Ratings 0 halftime lead. Domingo Hernandez scored for the Toros early in the game, and then Roger Estrada intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown. Arthur Perez added the conversion to make it 14-0. The Toros’ Manuel Barbola blocked a Blue Devils punt late in the first half and Alfred Herrera recovered. But the Toros, despite good running by Daniel Benitez, could not score. Herrera recovered a fumble later in the period and even carried the ball on the tackle-around play, but the Toros couldn’t take advantage of the break. Estrada hit Daniel Benitos with a touchdown pass with seconds to go in the game for the final margin. Mustangs 14, JPsnthars 0 Both teams put on a good defensive effort. Panthers Phil Moya and Danny Nagy did most of the running for their team, with Russell Dickerson airling | pass. The Mustangs’ Jeff Kappelas scored the first touchdown of the game and also added the extra point. The Mustangs had a chance for another score when Billy Mitchell pulled off a long kick return, hut Dickerson stopped the drive with sn interception. Mitchell added the final touchdown late in the game on a short run. CLASS SA 1 Midland La* 2 Odasta Paimian 3 Bim Wad (hook 4 Plano 5 Highland Park 6. Tam pl* 7 Dickinson 8 Brazotwrood 9 San Angalo Cant!ai 10 Convaraa Judson IO Othar* 178 Sagum 213. San Maicoa CLASS 4A I. WSowndge 2 Jaapar 3. Say Cav 4 Osburn* 5. Tomball 6. ii Campo 7. Now Braunfels 8. Corsicana 8. Huntsville IO Port Arthur Lincoln Others 20 Fradsncktburg 28 Gonzalat 32. Georgetown 38. Canyon 46 Kenvil* Tivy 88 Lockhart 128 Bastrop CLASS 3A 1. Daingsrf i*td 2 Uttlahdd 3 Glads ivatar 8 Hondo 6. Medina Va«*y 186 185 180 180 176 176 176 175 175 17S 175 147 140 181 180 179 173 188 167 167 167 167 167 164 160 157 158 153 183 142 133 176 174 188 184 184 184 7 Waco Robinson 8 Kaufman 9 Post 10 Van Vlsck Othars 16 PttugerviH* 31 Boat na 33 Pearsall 64 Randolph 60 Bandar* 142. Southside 176 Col* 178. Smahson Valley CLASS 2A 1 Groveton 2 Morton 3 Hawkins 4 Hamlin 8 Grand Salina 6 Quitman 7 Riot Posit 8. Panhandle 9 Ako 10 Last Bernard IO Boyd Othars: 107 Blanco 127 Comfort 148 Marion CLASS A 1. Walk 2 Bremond 3 Loon 4. Union HM 6. Paradis* 6. Bruceville Eddy 7 Italy 5 Knot City 8 Overton 10 Roscoe Othars: 111. Qeroneno Navarro 184 183 162 162 168 162 162 148 144 130 123 121 84 82 61 68 68 68 66 66 63 62 62 28 21 16 Canyon freshman swamp Lockhart Canyon High School blitzed Lockhart 38-6 in a freshman game Thursday. Cody Smith and Kevin Nemec had two touchdowns apiece in the effort. Michael Heinemeyer also contributed a touchdown while Craig Facundo scored on all his attempts st two-point conversions. The freshman’s next game will be against Gonzales Thursday. Ranger freshman top Boerne, 8-0 Smithson Valley blanked Boerne 6-0 Thursday in freshman football action at Smithson Valley. Scott Dalmoa scored the lone touchdown of the evening and Newton McConnell made the two-point conversion. The game marked the end of the freshmen’s season. Their record is 6-2. JV nips Boerne, 8-7, on late TD A last-minute touchdown helped Smithson Valley’s junior varsity defeat Boerne 6-7 Thursday at Smithson Valley. Bobby Teer scored the SV touchdown with 1:30 left in the game and Brian Cox’s two-point conversion boosted the Rangers to the win. Smithson Valley, now 5-1-2 on the season, will play Cole    next    week. NBTA schedules Wurstfest tennis The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor the Miller High Life-Wurstfest Tennis Tournament Nov. 5-6 and 12-13 at the New Braunfels High School courts. The first weekend's play will be the seniors competition, with open play the second weekend. The entry fee is 96 per event, and it can be sent to David Perkins, 770 Timber Drive, New Braunfels. For more information, call 625-8672. City plans maternity exercise The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an exercise class for expectant and new mothers on t continuous basis, with morning and evening classes. The cissies are four days a week et the Lends Recreation Center. For more information, call the center at 62M196 or the parks department at 629- NEW VORK (AP) - Rick Dempsey ad-■kl he is something af a hen, probably nothing U^Em— D—pny being tagged ane af the ‘‘Three yf Tmh Pm bt IMI bain! ink— dmmftv nut flu imtti i I in 11 ■■'V111 # I Werkl Mm - ane** Is vin Re VMM Asp* awald Is Baltimore Oriolea to a five-game triumph over the PMUdelphia PhiHiaa. Thursday, the 36-year-old catcher, baal known far his ^"^1"! af pitchers and jsfandvi wark, caroa to New Verb to pick up that a No. 6 hitter who has a JIO ar .346 average meat of my career would win it.” Dompaey betted 166 and aet a five-game World Series record far extra baas MU with four daehiaa and a home run —which was his taal Mt production in the Series. His HISettee average ie .846. “I vm gaavdsg fastball fhpf leat game,” Mid Danpeay, referring to hie homer. “I vm just huhy.” Be Mt only two homers dub* tbs regular season and had betted .167 42 41 141 40 38 39 39 Orioles' Dempsey 'hams it up' while accepting MVP la the four-game American League Cham-ptonahip Series sweep ever the Chicago WMMleg. Dempsey said that things ware much Calmar this year under Manager Joe AltobeUi, who succeeded longtime shipper Earl Weaver. ’’Joe’s pretty laid back,” he said. ’’Not like Earl Weaver, who Heed to scream and holler all the that about hew to pitch certain bat* .—»» tare. Wurstf ast Waikfsst swt Nov. M The W urstfest Walkftst will be held Nov 54 from 6 a ra. to noon. The walk, which can be either ie kilometers or 20 kilometers, will begin at Wurst World in Lands Park. Registration foe is 65 for tho souvenir model and $1.50 for the IVV sump. AU paid walkers will receive a ticket to enter the Wurstfest grounds For more information, call David president of the New Braunfels Maracb- and Wan dsrgruppe, et 625-2766. Wurst!—110K run scheduled Nov. 8 Hie UU Beer Wurstfost I— meter rue wMU held Nev. I in Lands Perk, with proceeds U bu— the Multiple ScUtmIs fleelely An IS ragUtrahsn lee RegUtratlen ie foUc m sow, from 7 im U 7:41 arn. the thneUISA. Witt he charged and it Witt ake he Iwk day af tbs root. Hew ;