New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas
Bobcats roll to win
SAN MARCOS (AP) - Quarterback Ron Jacoby ran for two touchdowns and running back Ricky Sanders carried ll times for 107 yards and another touchdown as Southwest Texas rolled over Prairie View A&M, 35-7, in a nonconference football game Saturday.
The Bobcats led 14-0 at the half, thanks to touchdown runs of 7 and I yard by Jacoby, an SWT senior. Sanders, a junior, ran 24 yards for
a touchdown with 7:59 left in the third to make it 21-0.
Prairie View cut the lead to 21-7 with 3:21 left in the third period on a 26-yard pass from Darrell Terral to Erie Black.
SWT’s David Sorrell then put the game out of reach with a 59-yard touchdown run and Ron Gaskin added the last touchdown with a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter.
The Bobcats are now 2-0, with 434 yards total offense.
Continued from Page 6A place match with Taylor Saturday.
Tied 4-4 at the start, the Unicorns began a steady march that allowed only two more points before taking the game at 15-6.
But in the second game, it was a little harder.
Taylor stepped out to a quick 11-3 lead and looked to win an easy vicotry from a floundering NB team. But when Judy Watson began to serve, the Unicorns found their feet and started a wild race for the title — inching within five points, then three and finally tying the Ducks at 14-14. Pam Dunks had contol of the serve as the Unicorns inched ahead at 15-14 before another net violation gave Taylor the final possession of the game.
A netted bump, a net violation and well-placed tip-in gave the Ducks a 17-15 win.
In the third game, however, the Unicorns were ready. Behind the services of Watson, Dunks and Rim Wright, NB rolled out to a 8-2 lead and never looked back — taking the win at 15-6.
Before New Braunfels defeated Taylor for the third place title, they were met and were defeated by San Marcos in a third round game, 15-8, 15-4.
“They’re much taller than we are at the net,” said coach Claudia Perry, “which made it difficult for our defense. They also had a hard time reading their (the Rattlers) offense and misjudged where the ball was headed a couple of times. But, I’m not displeased with the way we played. It was a good match.”
Leading 7-3 at one point in the first game, the Unicorns lost control of the serve on a net violation by Elisa Cadena. The Rattlers came back with two added points to narrow the lead to 7-5 before NB reclaimed possession on a tip in by Hurd. One more point was added to the Unicorns score, making it 8-5. But then San Marcos’ all-tourney member Shame Fauver served IO straight points to give the Rattlers the win.
The second game went much faster as the Rattlers took the first service to a 11-1 lead. Seriously threatened only a few times, they grabbed the second game, 15-4.
Canyon Red Vanity
The Cougarette varsity team opened with a disappointing 15-12, 4-15, 15-11 loss to Providence but bounded back in the loser’s bracket to defeat Incarnate Word, 16-14,7-15,15-13 on Friday.
However, in Saturday’s third round of competition, they were defeated by St. Gerard’s, 15-2,7-15,16-14.
"I felt like we were playing below par,” said coach Donna Boehle who feels her team is in a mid-year slump. "We lack intensity right now and obviously our concentration wasn’t good against Providence. We’re just not playing like us.”
In the game against Providence, the Cougarettes started the game with a fast-paced 11-4 lead but were quickly overtaken when they began to hit wild and into the net. Providence took the given points and the game at 12-15.
In game two, the Cougs regained control and ripped through the Providence defense. Scoring IO straight points off the serving arm of Loretta Soechting, Canyon ended the game with a spike into center court by Monica Krieg and a 15-4 win.
Both Providence and Canyon
developed problems in the third game. Mis-hits and netted spikes were the most often made mistakes as CHS got within one point at 9-8 but could not hold serve. Providence took the game and the match at 15-11.
The Cougarettes match against Incarnate Word was almost a forfeit according to Boehle, because the visitors had to return to San Antonio for a Friday religion class. They barely made it back in time for the game.
Played in the 90-degree Canyon gym, the match took an hour and a half. CHS rallied from a 12-5 deficit to take the first game, 16-14, but Incarnate Word ran out to a 9-3 lead in the second game and was never threatened.
In the game against St. Gerards, the Cougs jumped to a 10-0 lead, allowing the Royals no closer than 13-6. Canyon fell behind 7-1 in the third game but Krieg served four straight points to cut it to 7-5. St. Gerard's promptly ran it back out to 11-6, but Shelly Nance’s spiking helped Canyon roar back. Three missed spikes by Stephanie Burch and a double hit by Krieg, however, gave the Royals a 16-14 win and the match.
Here are the scores of the Seventh Annual Fraulein Volleyfest :
San Marcos advanced on a bye; St. Gerard’s def. Hays, 15-12, 15-10; Carrizo Springs def. Pearsall, 15-10,8-15, 15-5; New Braunfels def. Canyon White, 5-15,15-7,15-6; Providence def. Canyon Red, 15-12, 4-15, 15-11; Taylor def. Incarnate Word, 15-5, 15-7; Smithson Valley def. Boerne, 15-6,15-6; Round Rock def. Southwest, 15-0, 15-2.
SECOND ROUND, WINNERS BRACKET
San Marcos def. St. Gerard’s, 15-0, 15-8: New Braunfels def. Carrizo Springs, 9-15, 15-11, 16-14; Taylor def. Providence, score unavailable; Smithson Valley def. Round Rock, 15-
SECOND ROUND, LOSER’S BRACKET
Hays advanced on a bye; Canyon White def. Pearsall, 15-13, 15-10, Pearsall eliminated; Canyon Red def. Incarnate Word, 16-14, 7-15, 15-13, Incarnate Word eliminated; Boerne def. Southwest, 15-12, 15-13, Southwest eliminated.
THIRD ROUND, WINNERS BRACKET San Marcos def. New Braunfels, 15-8, 15-4; Smithson Valley def. Taylor, 15-3,15-9.
THIRD ROUND, LOSER’S BRACKET Providence def. Hays, 15-11, 15-11, Hays eliminated; Round Rock def. Canyon White, 15-0, 15-6, Canyon White eliminated; St. Gerard’s def. Canyon Red, 15-2, 7-15, 16-14, Canyon Red eliminated; Carrizo Springs def. Boerne, 15-4, 7-15, 15-6, Boerne
FOURTH ROUND, LOSERS BRACKET Round Rock def. Providence, 15-11, 15-11, Providence eliminated; Carrizo Springs def. St. Gerard’s, score unavailable, St. Gerard’s eliminated. CONSOLATION FINAL Round Rock def. Carrizo Springs, 15-11,15-11.
New Braunfels def. Taylor, 15-6, 15-
San Marcos def. Smithson Valley, 15-5,15-5.
Injured Oilers set for opener against Bengals
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals aren’t fooling anybody with their 1-3 preseason record, says Houston Oiler Coach Ed Biles. He considers the defending American Football Conference champions “the class of the Central Division” and the odds-on favorite over injury-wracked Houston in their National Football League opener Sunday.
“The thing about Cincinnati ... they were able, because of the position they were in, to use the preseason for exactly what it is,” Biles said. “They didn’t play their regulars very much; they gave their backup people an awful lot of time to play.
“When their regulars played together, they were a devastating football team. Look at the scores of the quarters when they played their good people and you’ll get an indication of the kind of football team they are.”
The Bengals had more players in camp than in previous years, and the regulars didn’t play extensively until the last game, a 28-21 victory over the Washington Redskins.
Although Cincinnati was outscored 115-98 in the preseason, Coach Forrest Gregg said his team’s progress was comparable to preseason a year ago and should not be compared with the 1981 regular season, when the Bengals were 12-4.
“That’s comparing two different phases of the game,” Gregg said. “The only thing we did this year, moreso than last year, we had more people on our squad and played more people.
“We went back and looked at our statistics for l^t preseason, and I think we are ahead offensively; defensively, we are a little bit different — but we have the same people in there and should have basically the same defense we have had the last two years.”
Quarterback Ken Anderson, the NFL’s most valuable player last year, has been throwing well and has, arguably, the best group of receivers in the AFC — Cris Collinsworth, Isaac Curtis, Dan Ross, David Verser, M.L. Harris and Steve Kreider
“There’s no question that Cincinnati is the class of this division," Biles said. “They’re heads and shoulders above everybody else.”
Houston was 2-2 in the preseason, but Biles said injuries and player moves have left the Oilers with many question marks.
“There’s no question we’re in a rebuilding situation — so is everybody in this division, with the exception of Cincinnati,” Biles said. “It would take a lot of good circumstances to happen for us to be in the playoffs this year.
“I’m not sure we don’t consider ourselves a playoff-caliber team, but it’s certainly going to take a right set of circumstances for us to be involved in that.”
With Ken Stabler again retired, Gifford Nielsen is solidly the Oilers’ No.I quarterback. Biles said Houston will try again to diversify its attack rather than rely solely on Earl Campbell.
Linebacker Gregg Bingham and safety Vernon Perry are not expected to play because of injuries. Houston also has lost wide receiver Ken Burrough and defensive end Andy Dorris, who are on the injured reserve list.
The 12 noon CDT game will be televised by NBC.
High school volleyball: Sept. 14: SA Jay at Canyon, Freshmen at 4:30 p.m., JV at 5:30 p.m., Varsity at 6:30 p.m.; SA Marshall at Smithson Valley, Freshmen at 4:30 p.m., JV at 5:30 p.m., Varsity at 6:30 p.m.; New Braunfels at Holms, Freshmen at 4 p.m., JV at 5 p.m., Varsity at 6 p.m.
lntemediate tennis clinics: Northcliffe weekly. Tuesday-Friday, ll a.m. to 12:30 p.m..
Women’s Volleyball: Organizational meeting for a fall league 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Landa Park. For more information, contact Kathy at 629-2353.
Schoolboy football:Thursday, Sept. 16: Smithson Valley at Pearsall, Freshmen at 5:30 p.m., JV at 7 p.m.; Bandera at Canyon, Freshmen at 5 p.m., JV following; Bastrop at New Braunfels, Freshmen at 5 p.m., JV at 7 p.m.; Canyon Middle School 8th Grade at San Marcos, 4:15 p.m., San Marcos at Canyon Middle School 7th Grade, 4:15 p.m.; New Braunfels Middle School 8th Grade at Briesemeister, 4:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m., Briesemeister at New Braunfels Middle School 7th Grade, 4:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Varsity football: Sept. 17: New Braunfels at Bastrop, 8 p.m.; Smithson Valley at Pearsall, 8 p.m.; Canyon at Bandera, 8 p.m.
Southwest Texas: Sept. 18 home against Nicholls State, 5 p.m.
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rinted 36 yards for a score, making it 21-vith 5:12 left in the half.
A fake punt backfired on the Apaches on cir next possession, as Altobelli was >pped six inches short of a first down on I own 35. On the first play, Burch found •ll running free at the IO, and mailed him strike. Bell made a fingertip catch and tran the Apache secondary to give inyon a 28-0 halftime lead.
Nemec’s run on Canyon’s first second-ill play put the game safely out of reach, id started Burch’s substitute parade. It ade no difference, as the Cougars omptly drove for another score on their ut possession. This drive, capped by ippelman’s one-yard plunge, covered 52 irdsin Splays.
An Apache fumble set up the final inyon score at the Antonian 35. Reserve larterback Steve Brown directed the Migara the necessary yards in four plays, Itll Cappelman scoring from the 18 with
11:07 left in the game.
The Cougars nearly added another score after the Apaches failed to convert another fake punt from their own 33. However, a Brown fumble aborted the drive at the Apache 5.
Three plays and a short punt later, the Cougars were back in scoring country again. This time, the tired Antonian defense threw back a fourth-and-one play from the Apache 4 with two minutes left in the game to keep Canyon from breaking into the 50s.
“We pretty well whipped em physically in the first half,” Burch said. “It was really no contest after the first quarter.”
He was pleased his charges didn’t let down in the third quarter. “We were happy that they came back and put the game away. When kids go in with a 28-0 lead, they can sometimes get sloppy.”
He was even more pleased with the performance of his offensive line, which allowed Canyon running backs to pile up almost 400 yards on the ground. “Our
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people blocked real well.”
Troy Jr. came in for some praise, as well. “I was pleased with his performance. He was smooth,” his father )coach said.
Burch said the Cougar quarterback had been suffering from a shoulder problem, and that his throwing had been restricted in practice and in pre-game warmups.
Tight end Bell has loads of potential, and Burch added he’s having trouble coming up with enough superlatives for tackle Ross Tieken. “He’s really an awesome football player.”
Guard play, backfield blocking and pass defense were three areas Burch was concerned about after last week’s loss to Cole. All improved this week, he said.
The dark cloud in all this silver lining is the injury report. Starting center Matt Kyle and halfback Tommy Haymaker both went down with knee injuries in the first half. Neither saw action the rest of the game, and Burch felt Haymaker was unlikely to see any action Friday against Bandera as well.
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