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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Friday, September 25 >96'* Key games highlight 13-4A NB tackles Tivy, SV wants home win, Canyon seeks revenge The three local teams are involved in perhaps the most crucial District 13-4A football games this week To top things off, New Braunfels invades Kerrville to take on the Tivy Antlers The Antlers are after their first district title since 1981, and in the Unicorns they are facing the team that has invariably dominated that top position this decade. In a pre season poll of coaches, these two teams were picked as the two best so this game will give the winner the inside track in the sprint for the finish line, although there are several other good teams out there who will figure in the race Tivy has team speed and pretty good size as strengths, while New Braunfels has a lot of talented, but largely inexperienced, players The Unicorns definitely have the edge in terms of tradition however This will be the first “must win game the Antlers have played in a long time The Harris Hating System ranks Tivy as the 12th best ('lass 4A team in the state and New Braunfels at No 52. fourth best in the district At home, the Antlers are a 12 point pick which just may In* the total number of points scored in what should t>e a defensive st niggle Smithson Valley has set a nullifier of firsts this year and hopes to reach another against Krederickburg at Hanger Stadium An opening week win over Southside gave Smithson Valley its first win in nearly two years while a victory over Lockhart last week gave the team its first district triumph as a ('lass 4A team District 13-4A District 13 4A Football Standing* Team Season W L T PF PA Boerne 3 0 0 121 ll Clemens 3 0 0 '18 9 Hays o I 0 59 44 Tivy 2 0 0 45 13 Canyon i •) 0 28 65 Lockhart i 2 0 61 39 New Braunfels •> I 0 40 34 Smithson Valley 2 I 0 51 26 Fredericksburg District 0 3 0 23 58 Boerne I 0 0 23 0 Clemens I 0 0 23 0 Now Braunfels I 0 0 IO 0 Smithson \ alley I 0 0 13 12 Kerrville Tivy 0 0 0 0 0 Canyon 0 I 0 0 IO Hays 0 I 0 0 23 Fredericksburg 0 I 0 0 23 Lockhart Las* week * game* 0 I 0 12 13 New Braunfels IO, Canyon 0 Smithson V alley ta. Lockhart 12 Boerne23 Haysi) Clemens 23 Fredericksburg a Kerrville Tin \ open Today s Games Boerne at Canyon Fredericksburg at Smithson V aile New Braunfels a1 Kerrville Tun lax khan at Hays Clemens idle Tonight the Hangers will be looking for their first w in at home since 1985 The Billies have struggled to an 0-3 start getting no help in the injury department when they lost tailback Derrick Dietrich for the season Playing Fredericksburg means you re playing a well coached team This game should tx- close Harris lists Fredericksburg as a s jaunt favorite Canyon hopes to avoid starting district play with an 0-2 record like it did last year In 198*1 the Cougars re bounded well. winning their last six games, but were still shut out of the playoffs This year's Canyon team is much less experienced and overcoming an 0 2 start would Ive even toughter Boerne blanket! a very good Hays team last week and has outscored its three opponents 119-0 Unlike their namesake, the Greyhounds are very patient on offense prefering to gain I yards at a time while keeping oppos mg offenses off the field To upset Boerne, which is an 18 point pick. the Cougars will have to hang onto the ball, give their quarter hack passing protection and exploit an as yet untested Greyhound seton darv The final district game pits laxkhart at Hays Both teams are 0-1 in district play which could work to the Hetiels adv antage tonight Vfter having lost to Boerrt* Hays will probably want to wast no time in reasserting itself as a force in the district Having lost to Smithson Valley in its opener laxkhurt will find it dif f ic ult rebounding against the talented Hehels Hays is picked by 18 pointsHarris Th«*s«- arr high Mhi» tim’bali rankings a' listed by the Harris Haling sn virtu with Power Point rankings NA 1 V»rlh Mesquite I’M 2 Midland I I*; .1 Beaumont W. st Brim* Isl 4 Plano IHS 5 Houston Aldine Mal Xrtbur !» * I on*ersr Judson IKM T Dallas Roosevelt IHS 8 Marshall IHM 9 Odessa Permian inc 10 Mice IHC 4 A 1 West Orange Stark 18* 2 West Columbia I Ka I Kilgore 185 4 Jasper 184 5 Bay Pity 182 8 Pan von 181 T Silsbee 181 8 Monahans 181 9 Paris 179 10 Wichita Kalls Hlrsehi 179 IJ Kerrville T ivy 1ll 1$ Scherti Clemen* 17* I* Boerne I7J S2 New Braunfels to M Hay* U4 TI Fredericksburg IST 104 NB Canyon Iii HS Smith*on Valley M* 121 Lockhart 141 JA 1 Cuero. 189 2 Southlake I armil 187 J Daingerfield 185 4 Gladewater 175 i Newton 175 t. birt)*Ville 174 7 Springtown ITI 8 low af'ark IT) t# Randolph 173 IO Cameron Yoe 172 .'A 1 Refugio ITT 2 has! Bernard IT) J Boyd 171 4 New w a\er!v IT' 5 Reagan t cunt* ISS b New I leal tbs 7 Pilot Point I**? 8 Rogers 187 - Vian I--* Plateau NFL calls off weekend's games PHILADELPHIA AP Talks to end the NFL strike are. instead, slowly ending hopes for a quick settlement in the four-day w alkout Though both sides met again today, little pro gress in the past 48 hours already has chased two key management negotiators home and prompted the league to call off this weekend s games The holdup free agency “Any thoughts that it would be a one week two week or a three week strike is probably wishful thinking or someone is being misled, said Tex Schramm, the Dallas Cowboys president who left the talks Wednesday along with Dan Boones the Pittsburgh Steelers president “lf this is the only issue that is prolonging the strike, then it could be a long one Talks resumed at lo a rn today with the two chief negotiators meeting in a one on one session The last NFL strike in 1982 lusted .7 days and wiped out seven weeks of the season On picket lines Thursday some players hurled eggs tossed beer bottles and smashed windows of vans carrying their replacements to workouts Charles Martin formerly of Green Bay and now with Houston was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct Police said he threw an egg Jack Donlan management s chief negotiator threw some players when he said that six to eight weeks of hard bargaining remained even if the free agency issue is resolved Jack s wrong said I>oug Allen of the NKI Players Association It tan be done quickly if both sides are committed to doing it quickly by bargaining " Donlan also said that while it might take as long as two months to finalize a new contract the strike could tm* settled immediately if an agreement in principle is reached Union chief Gene I pshaw however said the owners were unwilling to move on any of the issues Management has taken the position the', will mil compromise at all I pshaw said The union wants unrestricted fret- agency tor players with more than four years experience Drowners have only offered to reduce the conipensa lion We have an absolute difference of opinion on that issue Donlan said It won t t*- different tomorrow The walkout by Schramm and Rooney v ame just hours after Commissioner Ceti Ho/elle unnouni ed that the weekend s games were off Toronto wins game/ loses All-Star By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Toronto Blue Jays won the game but lost a lot more Tony Fernandez, Toronto s All-Star snortstop and offensive catalyst was sidelined for the remainder of the season Thursday night after a hard - some said illegal slide by Detroit’s Bill Madlock in a 4 3 Blue Jays victory Toronto extended its lead to IC games over the Tigers in the American league East by taking the opener of a four game series Fer nandezs fractured right elbow however had some Blue Jays talking about more than winning ‘ Hard play and dirty play is different.” Toronto rookie second baseman Nelson Liriano said ‘‘‘Detroit shortstop Alan Tram mell s got to take care now ” Fernandez injury came in the third inning after Madlock led off with a single Kirk Gibson grounded into a forceout at second base, and Madlock appeared to go out of the basepath and crash into Fernandez Fernandez s elbow came down on a wooden border that separates the ar tificial turf from the dirt sliding area at Exhibition Stadium Fernandez was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where surgery was performed to wire his elbow back together ‘it was not a dirty play Ag gressive, yes Dirty, no The umpire was right there and saw the whole thing," said Madlock nicknamed “Mad Dog” for his tough style The Blue Jays will go primarily with Manny I<ee at shortstop for the remainder of the four game showdown and the rest of the season His ability to hit major league pit ching has yet to be proven, but few can question la?e s defensive prxu wess He demonstrated it by making a fine stop on a line drive by Larry Herndon that appeared headed for left field in the seventh inning It would have tied the game had it gone through Lee who was up and down this season between the Blue Jays and American League By The Associated Pres* East Division W L Pct GB Toronto 94 59 614 Detroit 92 t>0 605 11 i Milwaukee 85 68 556 9 New York 83 69 546 IU* . Boston 73 79 480 2u> .• Baltimore 63 89 414 JO ‘ £ Cleveland 58 95 379 36 West Division W L Pct GB Minnesota 542 Oakland 77 76 503 6 Kansas City 7b 77 7 Texas 73 79 mi 9‘ California Ti HI 471 ll Seattle 70 82 461 IIL < Ti ic a go 69 84 451 14 Thursday s Games Toronto 4 l)etroit3 Minnesota 4 Texaco Mila auk**** 7. Boston*) Chicago 4 * laklund I Today’* Game* California ‘Sutton 9-11 at Cleveland Candiotti 7 17 n iJelroit Tanana 13-10 at Toronto Rev 17 6), 'n) New York laMlei I I at Baltimore (Mesa 0-2 >, 'n' Kansas City < I) Jackson H-18 at Min nesota Straker8 9 n Boston (Clemens 17 9 at Mila auk*-* I Nieves 13-7», I n Chicago McDowell 2-0 al Oakland I) Stewart lo 12'. n Texas Witt 7 9 at .Seattle Morgan ll 16». in National League B , The Associated Pre** t av* Division    W    L    Pct St I/DUIS    *)    1.2    .92 New V ork    87    66    >69 Montreal    hi,    ta,    aa Philadelphia    77    Ii,    ait Pittsburgh    74    79    4H4 Chicago    72    Ho    474 West Divi*ion    W    L    Pct San Francisco    8 )    *>9    .4* ('int amati    7b    7b    ion Houston    72    Hi)    474 Atlanta    66    M    4 ,7 Lls Angeles    ta.    8*.    4 W San Diego    64    KM    421 Thursday * Game* Cincinnati 5 san Diego 4 Philadelphia t ( hit ago Atlanta8 Houston? Montreal 5 New York 4 St lxjuis t Pittsburgh 2 Today * Game* st I/>uis For bch ll : Sanderson 7 8 Houston stint 16-12 Browning? ll n> Pittsburgh Hielet kl 2 F ernandez 11 8), n Montreal Heaton 12 9 Carman ll ll n San Francisco Cat os.* Glavine’2 3 'n San Diego Whitson Angeles Belt her I I n GB GB ll innings 5 at Chicago at Cincinnati I at New Vork at Philadelphia ii lo at Atlanta lo ll at lxis their minor league farm club at Syracuse is hitting 267 in 47 big league games The Tigers and Blue Jays will play three more games this weekend, then close out the regular season with a three game series in Detroit the first weekend in (Ktotier Twins 4/ Rangers 0 Frank Viola and the Minnesota Twins topped Texas at the Metrodome for their sixth straight victory, closing in on their first division title since 197U Viola. 17 9. pitched three hit ball for eight innings He struck out IO and lowered his earned run average to 2 88, second best in the league Juan Berenguer pitched a hitless ninth, striking out three more Hangers White Sox 4/ Athletics 2 F loyd Bannister s five hitter led Uhicago past (fakland Bannister. 14 ll, won for the loth time in his last 12 decisions He ex tended his string of scoreless innings to 28 13 before Dwayne Murphy homered with two outs in the eighth Bannister struck out seven and walk ed none in his 11th complete game Mark McGwire hit his 47th home run tying him w ith Toronto’s George Bell for the major league lead, in the Oakland ninth after striking out in his previous three at bats Brewers 7, Red Sox 6 Mike Felder singled home the win ning run in the bottom of the ninth inning and Milwaukee beat visiting Boston B J Surhoff led off with a double against Joe Sambito 2-5, and took third on Furriest Kile^ sacrifice Felder then met reliever (alvin Schiraldt with a single to right field Cardinals 3, Pirates 2 Lance Johnson s bases loaded force play grounder with no outs scored billie McGee with St Louis second run of the ninth inning as the ( animals t*-ut Pittsburgh at Busch stadium The victory increased st Ixmjis lead to 3‘ games over the second place New York Mets in th*- National League F ast and reduced its magi* number to seven for a third dis isional title in six years Kicky Horton 8 \ picked up the victoryforSt laiuis Expos 5/ Mets 4 Andres Galarraga hit a two run homer and Dennis Martinez t**at New York for th*- fourth time this season as the Fixpos took the Mets at Shea Stadium Martinez, ll 3. pitched five inn mgs allowing four hits as Montreal moved to within a half game of the second place Mets Martinez in his 22nd start smi t* tieing acquired from Indianapolis on June 8, got his fourth straight victory The FIxpos trail St Iwjuis by four games Reds 5/ Padres 4 Barry Larkin s double snappy! a sixth inning tie and lifted Cincinnati over visiting San Diego despite a record-tying single by rookie Benito Santiago Phillies 3/ Cubs 2 Darren Daulton led off the lith inn mg with his third home run as Philadelphia beat Chicago at Wrigley FTeld Braves 8/ Astros 7 Dale Murphy s run scoring infield single with two outs in the ninth inn mg lifted host Atlanta over Houston, eliminating the defending NL West champion Astros from the race Murphy also had a two run homer, an HBI double and a single as he reached the HIO HBI mark for the fifth time iii six seasonsLocal capsulesBillies Rangers i w*s were ii J id! I with a rexim lab)* unlet that b in' .re r ti'l.-rl LM yr* * * La**    if    et    I    '•    )*'! Gam* no*** F mien. kd arg tense wa* field to a paltry 95 Nat time last year (hr I Ranger', and Urn si* ly improved and wilt not die in I tense moved lie bali MjccexsfU that sui * ess the* Player* to watch Ranger qu the know .edge that Im- is live Rat format* e tonight nm go a long . performance arx* will %*■*- mote I or the Billie* the offense Ma* a biggest p.aver in the Bush*' ta-* tackle local tnn/ri#* goutier* a. * DUN the rest of tile season lur I *iek > game against Samuel I let a V! m K knee tnjurv to Mrv< t a k n Michael I at: Cougars Cardinals Matchup Boe La** tea' R<» L av* aer* Game no*** I ll B t hr <» Ti .ive Om en! sue rpt fresh Ie have enough Speed t* I**! g. ie*ite«! rum oh offense on defense last week against New Braunfels To win I to tie even miter at both (trpart merits Will < ainoi tm i .revhounds size adv anlage ti. Ute big question Player* to watch Halfback I odd Tun tor is avert while fullbacks scott Mitier John I aecia-! and Wayne l-angm,n ail established run mrs (or Boerne Mike Davis the Greyhounds only two way starter u> a force at defensive end alai right guard * any on % t had Vustin a 111 need to come > loser to the 252 yards he rushed for against la-1 V atte than tm- to hr had against New Braunfels for tm learn to win lamk for steven summer* to throw often into Boerne s untested secondary Getting a big play early arui taking a quick lead would (trip * any on tremendously The G rev hound are not used (opiating* atef) up football Local intone* lilt- * ougars are a little maithter than tm* have tieen (Hit that is not saying a lot Kudy Benavides hurt hts ankle last week and will miss tm game Linebacker Darrell Rich is still out with a knee injury but Wade /.aeske should return after missing two games Jimmy Wilson will take Benavides place at w bigha* k Unicorns Antlers 3-0 ip ill Matchup New Braunfels 2 I al Kerrville I ivy La** year V*w Braunfels 13 I ivy 0 La** week New Braunfels defeated ( any on lo-o Tin*    was idle Game note* Two vaunted defensive teams will slug it out tonight at Antler Stadium It is a game that features tm old guard New Braunfels against a new challenger lo the throne Kerrville Tivy Neither team will ck) anything parti* uiar ly fancy but troth teams have a sp*** tai teams game breaker Thy s Thtrman Dimery and New Braunfels Jeff Bryan Tm Antlers have im edge in theoflensive backfield with several quick hacks shoulder tm load while New Braunfels con Unties lo search for the rigid balance The I nicorn defense have lo rely on their quickness as liiey are overmatched on the lim of scrimmage and have to deal with some quick hard running hacks Player* to watch I'htrinan Dimer* a »Tass 4A AII Mate basketball player is always an athlete to watch Alttiough lie has (reel) quiet on offense so (ai this year fats a top free safety and is a threat to break a punt or kickoff I bicorn coaches are wary of quick sophomore halfback Danshell l ooper    and tough    running fullback Dave Drapela Antler defensive tackles will plug Ila- gaps iii tm    trenches    hor    the Unicorns Glenn Herman returns to his limbuclier spot to hoister an already solid defense lf Danny Amador returns to full speed by Friday night he can give tm Unicorns a threat that w ill keep tm Antler defens*- honest Local mione* Hie Unicorns are healthy as split end Jeff Bryan and Amador are stronger coming off of nagging injuriesDistrict volleyball All three local volleyball teams will be jockeying for position with district matches tonight. First-place New Braunfels travels to Kerrville to play the second-place Tivy Lady Antlers beginning at 6 p.m. The Unicorns are 4-0 in District 13-4A play while Tivy is 3-1. Canyon. 2-2. will host Boerne today with the varsity match at 5 p.m.. sandwiched between the freshmen and junior varsity contests. The Lady Hounds are 1-3 Smithson Valley will also be at home tonight with a 6 p m varsity starting time The Rangerettes will meet Schertz Clemens Both teams are 2-2 in district play, with Smithson Valley having won its last two matches. (Photo by Deryl Clark) ;