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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Cougarettes finish third at Volleyfest By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer Canyon held off a first-game New Braunfels rally then cruised past a worn-out Unicorn team to win the third-place game at the Fraulein Volleyfest Saturday at Canyon Gym. The Cougarettes built up an 8-1 lead in the first game, held off a Unicorn rally and went on to a 15-11, 15-2 decision. Smithson Valley defeated Seguin 15-10, 15-9 to advance to the semi-finals of the loser’s bracket, but was stopped short of the championship game by Robert PT I^e. The Volunteers downed the Rangerettes 15-10, 0-15,15-13 to advance to the finals. U*e went on to win the championship of the loser’s bracket with a 15-9,15-11 win over Taylor. New Braunfels and Canyon both lost semi-final games at the Volleyfest. Harlandale downed the Unicorns 15-7, 15-8 to advance to the championship match while Round Rock handed the Cougars a 16-14,15-3 defeat. Round Rock went on to win the tournament with a 15-12, 15-8 win over Harlandale. Canyon jumped in front of New Braunfels 8-0 behind the serving of Liana Tyler and Kathryn Kyle. The Unicorns narrowed the gap to 8-5, then after the Cougarettes added one more point, New Braunfels fought back to tie the game at IO, led by Kelly Wright and Roxane Holz. Kills by Kyle and Tyler and aces from Joyce Abel and Kim Kneg gave Canyon a 14-10 lead. New Braunfels scored one more point before Canyon took the first game on a kill by Sheila Soechting. In the second game, Canyon took the serve and scored 12 points before New Braunfels won the side back. Tyler had two kills and Nancy Tieken an ace in the string. Two Cougarette mistakes cost the team two points, but Canyon won the match when Soechting set up Tyler and Kyle for the final kills. New Braunfels Coach Claudia FJerry said her team had problems returning the Cougarettes’ serves. “We missed seven serves alone in the first game; otherwise things might have been different. In the second game we only had one person serve, so it’s kind of hard to make points,” she said. The Unicorns lost their intensity after the first-game rally, she said. “I think the girls were drained from their effort in the first game, coming back like they did. We couldn’t get the ball to the net for our setters,” Perry said. Cougarette Coach Donna Boehle said she was happy with her team’s third-place finish in the tournament. “We played well all tournament long. We played really well against Round Rock but still ended up losing. They are such a powerhouse team,” she said. Canyon has improved its game tremendously since the Seguin tournament two weeks ago, Boehle said. “After the Seguin tournament, we wanted to work on our transitional game, going from offense to defense and defense to offense. We’ve worked hard on it and it has really improved,” she said. Two players each from New Braunfels and Canyon were selected to the all-tournament team while one Smithson Valley player was chosen. Unicorns Kelly Wright and Roxane Holz were named as were Cougarettes Liana Tyler and Sheila Soechting. Shalynn McCoy was the Rangerette named to the team. Other players selected were Liz Clifford and Tracey Williams of Round Rock, Denise Tamez and Yamelit Garcia of Harlandale, Connie Pack of Robert E. IA?e, Angela Robinson of bander and Sonya Howell of Hays. Big week ahead Canyon and Smithson Valley meet for the first time in the highlight match of local volleyball action this week. The Cougarettes and Rangerettes play Tuesday at Smithson Valley, with the freshman match starting the competition at 5 p.m. New Braunfels travels to Austin to play the limier Vikings on Tuesday as well. All three teams play in the San Marcos tournament Friday and Saturday. Canyon has the county’s best varsity record at 7-4, while Smithson Valley is 4-4 and New Braunfels is 4-8 Smithson Valley's Tiffany Beene hits during the Volleyfest as Shalynn McCoy moves into position ★ Cougars_ ★ Rangers ’A' Unicorns Oi'ers reinstate Moriarty Continued from Page HA "Our offensive line really blocked well; our double-team with the tight end and wingback worked well; our fullbacks blocked well,” he said. And while he wasn’t completely pleased with the defense, it did, after all, pick up and help cause — four turnovers. Reed, Wagner and the Cougar line did a good job of .stacking up the Veer except for a couple of plays. Continued from Page 8A After a Smithson Valley fumble on its own 19-yard line in the third quarter, the Rangers held Somerset without a score. Coach Ivine said the goal line stand was the turning point of the game. “You couldn’t ask for any more effort out of our defense. That really pumped us up. From there on in, we took it to them. We didn’t make any more mistakes and they couldn't stop us,” he said. Continued from Page KA fourth-and-four .situation to preserve the win, even though they were outrushed and had the ball less time then the Rebels. New Braunfels was whistled tor 65 yards in penalties, two of which aided Travis’ touchdown drives. HOUSTON (APi Houston Oilers veteran running back iAirry Moriarty was reinstated to the team’s roster while safety Carl Howard was placed on waivers, a team spokesman said Saturday. Moriarty, who will see his first action this season Sunday, was a recent contract hold out He finished the 1984 season with 785 yards on 189 attempts and had seven touchdowns. Howard was waived to make room on the 45-man roster for Moriaritv Upstart upsets Martina NEW YORK (AP) Czechoslovakia’s Hana Mandlikova, twice a bridesmaid here, defeated Martina Navratilova Saturday to capture the U.S. Open women’s singles title, while defending champion John McEnroe and another frequent runner-up, Ivan Lendl, advanced to Sunday’s men’s final. Mandlikova stunned the second-seeded Navratilova 7-6, 1-6, 7-6 one day after she had eliminated top seed Chris Evert Lloyd, to become the first foreign citizen since 1973 to win the women’s singles title at the Open. McEnroe came from behind to eliminate Sweden’s Mats Wilander 3-6, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, while I>endl crushed five-time U.S. Open champion Jimmy Connors 6-2, 6-3, 7-5. “To beat two champions in the same tournament is a dream,” said the tempestuous Mandlikova, a 23-year-old right-hander who was broken in the ninth game of the third set as she served for the match. “Martina. 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