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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Wednesday September 23.1987 Hera\d-Z0itung New Braunfels. Texas Page 11A Canyon wins Cougarettes back on track Bv TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Following last weekend's disappointing loss to New Braunfels. Ca nyon Coach Donna Boehle wanted one thing from her volleyball team "We wanted to see improvement from the whole team I told them that if we didn t bounce back from that loss i to the Unicorns we wouldn t at all Boehle said ‘That's all I wanted improvement Oh yeah and a win ” Okay make that two thing> Boehle asked for Tuesday night and the fun ny thing is she got both The Cougarettes held on to defeat Samuel Clemens 15-12 12-15 15 yin a long and hard fought match at Ca nyon Gym Coming into the match the Bub faloes were sk> high having knocked off District 13 4A co leader Kerrville Tina on Friday Clemens gave Ca nyon all it could handle before runn mg out of gas midway through the third and final game The victory leaves both teams with 2 2 district records ' The best thing about tonight s match was that we kept on fighting We did have our ups and down* but when we were down *e fought bark a nd p I a y ed w el I. Boehle sa id knottier encouraging fact save said was that no single individual had to take charge by themself Whether it Jennifer hue digging a spike off her ankles    krteg demonstrating a toft iou* h or. the front row larry HUI racing an Hind the court to make a pass Stacey Sloe lier filling the gym with the sound of high velox sty kills or anv of the other active Cougarettes making the play somehow it got done We were playing as a team I don t think they were even aware of themselves as individuals It was just a real good team effort Boehle said Mueiler led Caroon witi six and seven points missing only one Statistics Aces Blocks Kills Points (Assists) Canyon Kyle Hill 6 \bel O-o-O-O Williams IMM).I Schandua 3-0-2-4    9 Bloch I-0-2-1. Kittimann <>-0-0-0 Tyler 0-0-1-1 I Moeller 4 M i    3    Alvarado    (J-0-0-0 Krieg 20-2-2 HIU l l    6-5 Totals IS    I 23 27 I IS) Clemens 5 oung 2 12 1 Fries 3 I 7-6 J Muenchou 6 1 2 8    I    Decoteau    0-0-3-2 E&mlnger 1-0-3-1    5    Anderson    5-0 1-5 (‘cinque* CMM) Totals 17-3 IS 25 it) Score Canyon wins 15-12 12 15 15-9 jv score Clemens wins 15 12 15-13 Pr»shmen score Canyon wino 14 if 15-8 1511 hitting attempt a1! match Jody Tyler did not miss a hit attempt at all rn the match Fart of the reason for that accuracy w as due to the passing which was much improved over Fridays game We passed much better as a team than we had been It was really a good match for us in that departent * Boehle said After w atchtng an 111 lead dwindle to 11-9 in the ftnal game the Cougarettes put or. a final 'urge for their second district win The Buffaloes were in the net twice on block attempts arid Krieg served two aces the match winning serve landing uncontested ors the middle of the back line Clemens led H I in the first game hut Canyon reminded with IO unanswered points led bv Judv Schandua who along with Margie Williams had three ace' in the game With the Cougarettes up 13 12 Moeller took charge first Mocking a i Terriers kill for a point then lay lr.g a spine into the two k row where it ricocheted off a Buffaloes player into the back wall Clemens jumped out to a *<■ lead in the second game and It was a.. ( a a^s a steady force o" the bac** rov. for Canyon nens t Photo tv Deryi Clark) NB tops Lions handily in two rn continues district play on hosting Boerne beginning at The treshman will play at 4 id the unior varsity after the By TIM WAITS Staff Writer It only took about half an hour for the New Braunfels Unicorns to polish off the Lockhart Lady Lions 15-2 15-4 in a District 13-4A volleyball match at Unicorn Gym Tuesday night The win solidified the Unicorns place all alone at the top of the district standings with an unblemished 4-0 record and a 19-3 mark overall For the Unicorns it was a matter of stay ing consistent against a Lady Lion team that was erratic And that is w hat they did Leigh Ann Forney's serving in the first game went beyond consistency into the spectacular range With the Unicorns ahead 3-2. Forney stepped up to the service line and led her team to the final 12 points of the game She ran off six aces and a pair of other serves the Lady Lions were unable to return I thought we had a consistent performance against a team whose offense and defense was unpredictable " said Unicom Coach Claudia Perry The pace of the game was slower than we are accumstomed to but we adjusted well. she said As they had in the first game the Lady Lions scored the first couple of points in the second, but Uke the first game their lead was strictly temporary Rachel McFarland hit back-to-back aces to give the Unicorns the lead Lockhart tied the game 4-4 when a Kim W ingate hit went w ide Mary Alice Vela put the Unicorns on top for good with two consecutive aces and a non return of serve Amy Cook scored on a hit off a Kelli Davis vet and Krista Wright pounded a Lady Lion overset to add to the Unicorns lead Wingate scored on a block while Cook and Davis put down a pair of Wright sets to give the Unicorns game point District 13*4A volleyball District 13-4A Volleyball Standings team    WL New Braunfels    4 Kerrville Tivy Canyon    2    2 Clemens    2    2 Hays    2    2 Smithson Valley    2    2 Boerne Lockhart    0    4 Tuesda v s Matches New Braunfels def Lockhart 15 2 15-4 Canyon def Clemens 15-12 12-15 13 9 Smithson V alley def Hays 15-12 15 12 Tina def Boerne score unavailable Fndav s Matches Boerne at Canyon Clemens at Smithson Valley New Braunfels at Kerrville Tivy Hays at Lockhart After a Lockhart sideout. it was Wingate who put the finishing touches on the Lady Lions Her sink mg serve fell untouched between the Lady Lion defense for the final point New Braunfels will travel to Kerr Ville to face the Tivy Lady Antlers Tivy was upset last Friday bv Samuel Clemens but rebounded against Boerne last night We are really looking forward to the Tivy match.*' said Fern l! ought to be a barnburner We will have a school day off Friday due to the County Fair and that should help us ” That match is at present, schedul ed to start at 6 pm hut could possibly be moved back to 5 p rn because of the football game that follows Statistics Aces Stocks Kills Points (Aces Ne* Braunfels Forney 4    4 McFarland 2 11-3 took IM) *2 Marline/ (MMM) Vela I-0-0-1 Wingate O i l 2 Knsta Wright 0-1-1-2    5    Davis o-i I 2    2 Totals T a t 15(7) Lockhart Gant (MMM) Lena Mil'-1 2 Hill (MHMi Hill O-O-O-O Manning 0-0-1 I. Gonzales O-O-O-O Magallene/ 0-01-0 Totals O OM (2) Jv score NB wins IS 2 15 5 Freshmen score NB wins 15 7 IS I Rangerettes even record by downing Hays on road Minnesota trips the Rangers, 6-4 MOI STAIN ('ITA Luckily for the Smithson \ alley varsity volley ball tram Hie real troubles didr. t start until after they had knocked off the Hays Retwis KS ll IS 12 After the match the team found their new bus wouldn t run for whatever reason and duln t get home until about midnight .All that aside the Rangerettes won the battle in the gym survtv mg an unsportsmanlike penalty that coat the team a point and con troversial officiating in genera. Hays is always a lough place to play They have a real home court advantage there said Range retie (each Louise David son We can t remember the last time we beal them there The girls did a real good Job • The controversial calls worked to our advantage she said They only made us play harder The Rangerettes missed only two serves the entire match and were able to shut down the Ret**; hitting attack with blocks at the net >mithson \ alley led through most of a tight first game f»ut the team was slapped with an unsportsmanlike penalty and a point was awarded to Hays Un daunted the Rangerettes manag ed lo stave off the Ket**ls in both games Mu bern Henmgar did a good job of hitting and blocking on the front row said Davidson Kim Faikentierg and Wendy Gen irv shut them down too That really boosts you when you can stop them at the net The Smithson Valle) freshmen earned a hard flight first win of the year with a I IS IT 15 ISH triumph over Hays The junior varsity did not fare as well and lost IV? 15 8 The Kangerette varsity ups it' district mark to 2 2 and will host samuel Oemem Fndav at 6 p rn Round-the-clock folks set by players, owners PHILADELPHIA AF Day I of the NFL strike found players and teams alike reluctant at t***t to follow their leaders Day ll finds the leaders ready to meet again in efforts to cut the w aikout short Ami there were increasing unlit a turns that a settlement might I** near in part due to I oui nu ss loner Fete Burelle the mystery man alluded to by union head Gene Upshaw when he ordered the players to walk out Tuesday The two sides were to meet today midway atween their Washington and New York headquarters with Tex Schramm of the Dallas Cowboys and Dan Rooney of the Pittsburgh Steelers Joining the negotiating team Rooney Is credited with help mg settle the 1982 strike which lasted 57 days The main negotiators until now have been Upshaw and Jack Dont an the executive director of the NFL Management Council “We plan to meet around Hie clock.'* Upshaw said Tuesday night alter arriving al NFLPA head quarters In Washington “We have a format set up where we have the owners in one room, the players rn one room. Jack and I in the middle and we’re going to try to hammer this thing out ” Twins right at homeover Texas 8» THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Whether got Minnesota Tw heir Homer texas Ranger' You can t ji    in 16 oh Gar '.g or snort the ade good use- of to heat the » anything for irk said Min I who scored an I pshaw also indicated there was still a chance for the1 players to be on the- field this weekend in the regular Iv scheduled games Donlan and Upshaw met for SIO minutes Tuesday after I pshaw met privately with Burelle in the commis stoner s office Nearly all of the NFL s 1.585 players honored Upshaw s call to strike cleaned out their lockers and hoisted their picket signs and pro fessed their solidarity As all 28 teams intensified prepara Bons to continue the season with free agents, retirees and other prospects or near prospects, there were just a few defections among players (Quarterbacks Gary Hoget>ooin of Im STRIKE Page UA American League B . Th# Associated Press EOI Division Mi VV L Pct ii# fW# *1 ri<# SOT lit    KSS®! GB aller Tom Brunansky ' Doinehall pop fly vanished in the light ut the dome s whitish gray roof and dropped in for a single TIm* Twins Kirby Puckett Greg Gagne and Tom Brunanshv hit home runs ami ami Jeff Heard* *n the fourth Twins pitcher gained his‘Aith 'ave I he second place Oakland Athletics remaned f*»ur games behind the I wins with a rout of the Cleveland Indians Athletics IO, Indians 2 I .eft hander Rick Honeycutt snap ped a personal I gome lo'.ng 'treak and Mike Davi> Mark McGwire ami Just* Canseco each had three of Oakland s 16 hit' a' the Athletics routed Cleveland Blue Jays 8, Orioles 4 George Bell drove in the winning run for the second const* utive game singling in the eighth inning to touch oil a five run rally as Toronto defeated Baltimore Toronto improved its season record against tin* Orioles to ll-l Rookie Jeff Ballard 2 7 took the loss while David Wells 4 L who pit died Uh* final 3 I J innings was th* w inner Tiqers 8, Red Sox 5 Kirk Gibson had four hits anc scored three runs and Darrell Fvam drove in three leading introit over Boston Detroit starter Walt Terrell 16 IO survived home runs bv Kills Burks Todd Benz niger and Wade Boggs Dickie Soles got the last out for his first save since l>eing acquired from the Chicago Cubs Angels 5, White Sox 3 Bill Buckner s two run pinch triple with two outs in the eighth inning paced California over Chicago With the victory, the defending AL West champions staved off elimination (rom the pennant race Royals 4, Mariners 3 Kevin Seltzer s UBI double with two outs in the loth inning led Kansas City over Seattle Settler sent reliever Jerry Reed s pitch down the right field line to score Willie Wilson, w ho ha*! reached on a forceout w y. Vian Him A L Pc* Si    70    536 77    74    510 73    77    4*( 73    77    487 71    81    467 <•    81    *64 68    Kl    45*‘ GB 4 ll Kansas City loingslon 18 ll Gubicza ll ll n at seattle National League By The Associate*! Press We st Division Minnesota Oakland Kansas City Texas ( aliform * Scam*    76    81    464    ll Chicago Tuesday * Games Milwaukee? NewYork2 Ut game New lork IO Milwaukee 2nd game Toronto 8 Baltimore 4 Detroit 8 Boston 5 Oakland It) Cleveland 2 Minnesota6 Texas* ( aliform# 3, Chiv age I Kansas City 4 seattlf I lo innings Today s Games Toronto Flanagan 5-7 al Baltimore Baby an 5-5 >ni Ikdruit Alexander 7-0 al Boston Hurst IS ll . <n o.ik.anu Ontiveros 9-8 at iTexelaod Akertelds 2 5 n Texas Guzman 14 ll at Minnesota Rh Seven 14 11 n New A of k Guihckxon 12 at Milwaukee WegmanKll n (Tucago Long H 8 at California Keuss 4 4 n Brewers 7-10, Yankees 2-10 Robin Yount drove in four runs with a double and a home run and redds Higuera won his seventh 'ttuight game as Milwaukee defeated New A ork in the tirst game ti I ge ura 18 9 scattered seven hits, struck out tour and walked three in seven innings t>etore getting relief help from Mark Clear and Paul Muabella, who notched his second save Roberto Kelly s single scored the go ahead run in a two run eighth inn ing as the Yankees banged out a season high 20 hits to beat the Brewers in the second game Pat Clements 3-2. got the win in relief in the nightcap Dave Righetti picked up his 30th save of the season (.'huck Crim. 5 8 the fifth Milwaukee pitcher af the game took the loss Cardinals 3, Expos 2 Putting pitchers in the outfield seems to be a requirement for Winn mg the National League Fast Last season Davey Johnson alter nated Jesse Orosco anti Roger McDowell between Hie mound and Ess* Division A L Pct GB St Loin* 89 61 5*3 Nev* York 86 65 STD Montreal 85 65 567 4 Philadelphia •A 76 497 14 . Pittsburgh 73 78 483 16 j Chicago 72 78 486 17 West Division A L Pct GB 'an Krancisco 82 69 54.1 75 75 SOU 6 G Houston 72 78 4*9 low Xngeiex 66 85 417 16 ; Atlanta 64 as 436 17 San Diego 63 87 420 18 T utxdey s Game* Chicago 6 New York 2 Cincinnati 5 sun Diego 3 Montreal 4 Pittsburgh * AtlantaS Houston 2 St Louis 3 Philadelphia 2 lx>s Angeles 4 San h rant'taco 3 Today t Games Philadelphia Ruff in lo-14 at Chicago Moyer 11-14 San Diego Show 8 16 at Cincinnati Power 10-12 Montreal Smith 10-7 at New York Candelaria o-o Houston Desha lea I (Mi al Atlanta Z Smith 15-9 Pittsburgh Fisher 9 9) at St Louis Mathews 10-10 Los Angeles Herahtser 16-13 at San Francisco Keuschel 13 7) the outfield to help the Mets win a 14 inning game in Cincinnati The rare move happened again when Whitey Herzog alternated Todd Worrell and Ken Dayley Tuesday night as the St Louts Cardinals hung on for a 3-2 victory over the Phillies It increased their lead to 3L games over New York and four games over the Montreal Kxpos Mike Schmidt hit a leadoff homer off Todd Worrell to start the ninth pulling Philadelphia within a run Herzog then moved Worrell into right field and brought in Ken Dayley a left hander, to pitch to Yon Hayes a left handed batter After Dayley struck out Hayes Worrell returned to the mound, get ting Rick Schu to ground out to third and Darren Daulton to line out ‘ The fans) like it It’s a fun part of baseball you don’t see very often Worrell said * The last time we did it. Dayley came in and got the last out by striking out Barry Bonds Vince Coleman singled tripled and scored two runs for the Cardinals Danny Cox, 10-8, allowed five hits over 7 2-3 innings striking out six and walking four for his first victory in six starts since Aug 23 Schmidt s home run w as his 32nd of the season and 527th lifetime Cubs 6, Mets 2 In Chicago Rick Sutcliffe became the NL s first 18 game winner and Dave Martinez singled home the tie breaking run in the seventh inning in the Cubs victory Sutcliffe 18-8 who had a two run single in Chicago s three run eighth allowed eight hits The losing pitcher was David Cone, 5-5 Dodgers 4, Giants 3 John Shelby s sixth inning single broke a 2-2 tie and gave the visiting Los Angeles Dodges the victory after San Francisco wasted a two-run lead for the second straight game The Giants, who stranded ll run ners and blew a 2-0 lead lead the Cm cinnati Reds by 6 games in the NL West Fernando Valenzuela 13-14 allow ed lo hits. including two sum nome runs by Bob Melvin and ow by Chili Davis Dave Dravecky loll took the loss Reds 5, Padres 3 Cincinnati rookie Terry Mel.riff ended an 0-for 14 slump with a two run single that broke a 2-2 tie and led the Reds to their victorv over v lsiting San Diego McG riffs single keyed a four run rally in the fifth and was his first game winning HBI Mark Grant 7 8 got the victorv Expos 4, Pirates 3 Paseual Perez won his fifth straight game and Milch Webster had two hits. including a homer and scored twice as Montreal edged Pittsburgh Perez. 5-0 since tieing recalled from the minor leagues gave up nine hits in eight innings Tim Burke got the final two outs for his 15th save Montreal moved within 003 points of second place New York in the NL Fast race Braves 6, Astros 2 In Atlanta Jeff Blauser drove in (our runs with a triple and a pair of singles as the Braves defeated Houston Blauser s triple in the second gave fellow rookie Kevin Coffman 1-3, a lead he and reliever Chuck Cary protected tor Coffman’s first major-league victory Blauser s first single came with the bases loaded in the third and scored two runs The other single drove in a run in the fifth ;