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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Of RYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Canyon's Scott Wagner hunts down Gonzales quarterback Gene Kridler Cougars must stop Veer, passing attack of Del Valle Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, September 12, 1985 Page 7A Cards catch Mets; Royals stretch lead By DAVID KING Sports editor University of Houston Coach Bill Yeoman may get a dirty letter from the Canyon defense before all this is over. Yeoman is the father of the Veer offense, a hard-to-defend, option style of football. And for the second straight week — and what will turn out of be three of the first four games — the Cougars must come up with a way to stop the Veer. This week’s U of H clone is Del Valle, which plays Canyon at 8 p.m. Friday at Del Valle. “Yep, another Veer team,” Canyon Coach Troy Burch said with a sigh. “They do the same stuff as Gonzales, the basic Houston Veer.” There are some differences, though. The Cardinals (0-1 after a 17-6 loss to Marble Falls) throw the ball more than the Apaches. Junior quarterback Jon Dumaron completed IO of 20 attempts for 93 yards against tile Mustangs, including a nine-yard scoring pass to split end Randy Houston, and he burned Gonzales deep twice in a pre-season scrimmage. “Hopefully we’U be able to defend the pass better this week,” Burch said. The Cougars have made steady progress in pass defense since their first scrimmage as new cornerbacks Kevin Nemec and Hector Martinez have settled in; last week Canyon allowed one completion (a fourth-down touchdown) and had two pass interference calls. Starters CB..... Kevin Nemec 56 150 ll CB Hector Martinez 5 7 145 ll Canyon Del Valle Offense Offense Pos Player Ht Wt Cl Pos Player Ht Wt Cl OB Danny Hernandez 54 150 12 Oft Jon Dumaron . 5 7 160 12 FB Scott Wagner 510 190 12 FB Charles Calloway . 61 180 12 LH____ Danny Rodriguez 510 165 12 RB____ Nigh Clary 58 190 12 RH ... Gilbert Natal 55 150 12 FL Kevin Keeling . 55 160 12 and Brad Campbell 56 150 12 SE Randy Houston 59 160 12 SE Ben Garcia . 60 160 12 TE _____ Jimmy Mancias 60 210 12 and Scott Smith . 56 130 ll RT ____ Mike Mancias 6 1 205 11 TE .... Todd Banks 66 190 12 RG____ Jerry Pollan 5 IO 180 12 RT Alton Ellis 510 198 12 C_____ David Ritchie 5 IO 160 12 RO Bobby Reed 5 7 181 12 LG____ Toby Gutierrez 58 175 11 C ..... Marc Heymann 60 170 12 LT Melvin Williams 60 220 12 LG Chris Brown 59 175 12 Defense Ll TedFleener 63 185 ll Pos Player Ht Wt Cl Defense LE..... Jimmy Mancias 60 210 12 Pos Player Mf Wt Cl LT ____ Randall Kelley 511 190 12 DE Todd Banks .66 190 12 RT Harlen Devilbiss 63 225 11 DE Scott Wagner 510 190 12 HE Mike Mancias 61 205 11 DT Chris Yancy .59 190 ll NG Melvin Williams 60 220 12 DT Chits Kyle .63 225 ll LB Jerry Pollan . .. 59 180 12 OIB Hat Barnx 510 175 ll LB Wade Fotadory 59 18b It OLB Wade Jankowski 58 170 12 LOB Fred Sampson .. 57 130 ll MIB Bobby Reed 5 7 181 12 RCS Kevin Keeling 55 160 12 WS Ben Garcia 60 160 12 M Jon Dumaron 5 10 160 ll SS Albert Natal 55 150 12 S Benny Rodriguez 59 130 IO The other major difference between Del Valle and Gonzales is quickness. The Cardinals’ line will get off the ball quicker, and though they don’t have a game-breaker like Willard O’Neal, all the backs can run with the ball well. “They’re a quicker team than Gonzales, and that worries me,’’ Bruch said. “Quickness can hurt us, and quick size can be a real problem.” Del Valle will start three players on offense and four on defense who weigh more than 200 pounds, m- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cesar Cedeno couldn’t be in Cincinnati for the fireworks, so he made some of his own in New York. Cedeno, traded from the Reds to the Cards in late August, led off the 10th inning with a home run off reliever Jesse Orosco. The victory left St. I-ouis and New York tied for first place in the National league East with 83-54 records. Cards pitcher John Tudor outshone Dwight Gooden, giving up three hits in IO innings while raising his record to 18-8 with his third shutout in a row. Royals 2, Angels 1 Jamie Quirk singled home one run and pinch-hitter Jorge Orta hit a run-scoring double in the seventh inning to snap a scoreless tie as the Royals moved 24 games up in the American League West. Blue Jays 3, Tigers 2 In Toronto, IJoyd Moseby singled home Tony Fernandez from second base to snap a tie in the seventh inning as the Blue Jays sent Detroit to its seventh straight defeat. Reliever Dennis l-amp, unbeaten this season, won his ninth game. eluding two-way starter Melvin Williams, whom Burch said was the Cardinals’ best defender. Williams plays offensive tackle and nose guard. Dal Valle’s backs are big, too. Halfback Nigh Clary, a three-year veteran of the varsity, is 5-8 and 190 pounds and fullback Charles Calloway is a 6-1,180-pound senior. “We had a lot of trouble tackling (Clary) last year, especially in the first half," Burch noted. See COUGARS, Page 10A National League American League By The Associated Press By The Associated Press East Division East Division W L Pct GB W L Pct GB New York 83 54 606 Toronto 88 51 633 St Louis 83 54 606 New York 85 53 616 2% Montreal 73 64 533 IO Baltimore 72 64 529 14% Philadelphia 68 68 500 14 % Detroit 71 67 514 16% Chicago 66 71 482 17 Boston 69 70 496 19 Pittsburgh 44 91 326 38 Milwaukee 61 77 442 26% West Division Cleveland 50 90 357 38% Los Angeles 82 55 599 West Division Cincinnati . . 72 64 529 9% Kansas City 79 59 572 San Diego 71 67 514 11 Vi California 77 62 554 2% Houston............ 68 70 493 14% Chicago 70 68 507 9 Atlanta 58 80 420 24 Va Oakland 69 71 493 11 San Francisco ........ 54 84 391 28% Seattle 65 74 468 14% Wednesday s Games Minnesota 62 76 449 17 San Francisco 11 Houston 4 1st game Texas 51 87 3/0 28 Houston 10 San Francisco 9 2nd game Wednesday s Games St Louis 1, New York 0, IO innings Texas 6 Oakland 3 Philadelphia 4, Montreal 1 Toronto 3 Detroit 2 Cincinnati 2, San Diego 0 Boston 4 Baltimore I Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 5 Minnesota 0 Los Angeles 12 Atlanta 3 Milwaukee 4, New York 3 Kansas City 2. California 1 Seattle 9 Cleveland 5 Brewers 4, Yankees 3 Cecil Cooper’s soft single down the left-field line scored rookie Mike Felder from third base with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 4-3 victory over New York, snapping the Yankees’ 11-game winning streak The Yankees thought the ball was foul and argued with third-base umpire Vie Voltaggio, who made the call. “He blew the play,’’ a livid New York Manager Billy Martin said of Voltaggio’s call Briefly Women's tennis league befins Monday A women’s tennis league begins singles play at 8:30 arn. on Monday at Newk’s Tennis Ranch. Doubles play in the league begins on Sept. 19. All players are welcome to join. For more information, call Sue at 625-9476 or Pauline at 629-2995. Youth flag football schedules sign-up Registration for the New Braunfels Youth Flag Football league will be Saturday from 9 a m. to 5 p.m. at the New Braunfels Middle School gym. All the coaches in the league will go through a special clinic that will certify them. Sponsors for the league are Oma’s Sausage Haus. Noon Lions Club, Guadalupe Realty, Downtown Rotary Club and the New Braunfels Rotary Club. For more information, call Terry Crenwelge at 625-2611 or 379-6186. Ladies'clinic scheduled A ladies clinic will be held Sept. 16, 18 and 20 at the SportsWorld Vikings' Muncie calls it quits EDEN PRAIRIE. Minn. (AP) Running back Chuck Muncie, who was trying to come back from a one-year National Football l-eague suspension for drug abuse, told the Minnesota Vikings that he was retiring “There was just too much pressure on me,’’ said Muncie, 32. “I had to get out of the game and continue with my life.” The Vikings acquired the nine-year veteran from the San Diego Chargers July 19. He had been suspended for the 1984 season by NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle after traces of cocaine were found in his urine. I-anda Park Golf Course pro shop The clinic will run from 5:30 p m. to 7 p.m. each day at a cost of $15. Call 625-3225 for more information. NBYSA schedules fall registration Registration for the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association season will be Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Seele Elementary School. Players ages 5 to 18 can participate. A birth certificate as proof of age must be shown at registration. For more information, call 625-7437, 625-8379. 625-2664 or 629-1209. Carrillo scored TD for Unicorn JV Ray Corrillo scored on a four-yard run in the New Braunfels’ junior varsity 9-0 win over Travis last Friday, and not David Williams as had been reported ArtsRun '85 set for San Antonio ArtsRun 85, a 10K run benefitting for classical radio s KPAC is scheduled for Sept 29 in downtown San Antonio. Registration is underway nowby sending a check or money order for $7 to ArtsRun 85 , 8401 Datapoint Dr., Suite 1050, San Antonio, 78229 Putting touch necesary at Greater Milwaukee MILWAUKEE i AP) The greens on the Tuekaway Country Club golf course are big. rolling and fast, and players agreed it would take a deft putting touch to win the $300,000 Greater Milwaukee Open. “It’s a putter's course for sure,” said Joey Smdelar. a two-time w’inner on the Professional Golfers’ Association Tour this year. “The guy with the exceptional touch will do well. There’s some 6-t«>-8-foot breaks here The 18th annual Greater Milwaukee Open over the par-72, 7,010-yard layout opened today, with the field chasing a winner’s share of $54,000 Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6 30 p rn Baseball Chicago Cubs al Rib •burgh WGN 6 36 p.rn    Los Angeles at Atlanta WTBS 7 pm    Football Los Angelos Raiders at Kansas City KSAT ‘lpm    Auto racing CART Molson Indy ESPN 11pm Boning Top Rank. Boxing ESPN THURSDAY RADIO 9 30 p rn Baseball Texas at California KNBT EM FRIDAY TELEVISION 1 20 pm Baseball St Louis at Chicago Cubs WON 6 35 p m Baseball San Francisco at Atlanta WTBS B p rn    Boxing Friday Night Boxing USA 9pm    Karate Full Contact Karate ESPN Local sports DAY olleyball Canyon. New Braunfels Smithson ey at San Marcos tournament 30 p rn Football New Braunfels at Seguin p rn    Football Smithson Valley at Devine Ip m    Football Canyon at Del Valle Top 10 DALLAS 'API Here are the lop IO high school football teams in each of the state's five classifications with first place votes in paren theses, record and points Class SA 1 Odessa Permian t20l 2 Conroe (21 3 Houston Yates i2> 4 Converse Judson ll I 5 San Antonio Clark 6 Houston Aldine 7 Dallas Carter 8 Beaumont West Brook 9 Dallas White 10 Midland Lee Class 4A 1 Tomball (IBI 2 Sweetwater i3) 3 Denison i4) 4 Bay City (I) 5 Corsicana 6 Huntsville 7 WF Hirschi ll I 8 New Braunfels 9 Brownwood 10 Lubbock Est ar ado Class 3A 1 Hempstead (24) 2 Navasota (11 3 Littlefield 4 Bandera 5 Columbus . 6 Daingerfield 7 Port Isaliel 8 Alvarado 9 Port Arthur Austin 10 Kermit Class 2A 1 Electra (22) 2 Hamlin 111 3 Alto I OO IOO I OO I OO IOO IOO IOO I OO I OO 1 OO 1 OO IOO I OO I OO I OO I OO I OO I bo I OO IOO ? 42 212 163 142 103 IOO 90 74 63 46 232 215 192 163 134 120 107 81 29 24 4 East Bernard ii I IOO 171 5 Randolph . IOO 127 6 Pilot Point I OO 113 7. Abernathy I OO 96 8 Groveton I OO 90 9 Cr ani tail ........1-00 62 IO Grand Saline til 010 27 Class A I Munday (24* IOO 249 2 Union Hill ll I I OO 226 3 Goldthwaite 1 OO 184 4 Runge I OO 169 5 Wheelei I OO 134 6 Roscoe I OO 125 7 Flatonia IOO 87 8 Godley I OO 85 9 Granger 1 OO 23 IO Valley I OO 14 1 0 0 249 1 00 200 1 OO 164 I OO 156 100    147 IOO 121 IOO 82 I OO 35 IOO 32 I OO 30 IOO 242 I OO 218 I O O 182 NFL Bv The Associated Press Today s Game Los Angeles Raiders at Kansas C ty Sunday s Games Buffalo at New York Jets Cincinnati at St Louis Dallas at Detroit Houston at Washington Indianapolis at Miami Los Angeles Rams at Pfiiladelpr i New England at Chicago Minnesota at Tampa Bay New Orleans at Denver New York Giants at Green Bay Atlanta at San Francisco Seattle at San Diego Let Us “Tune" J.hdi Your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO 358 LANDA SUITE P (SIDE DOOR) OWNER GENE SAEGERT MIDI ANO AM/FM Cass $59.95 SANYO AM/FM Cass Digital Scan Memory. Auto Rev. 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