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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Freshman runner pushing times New Braunf els April 9A By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer Smithson Valley track coach Louise Davidson came up with an unusual find at Bulverde Middle School last This the girl she found running the mile is also running the twomile race for the and running Carolyn all 85 pounds of has been burning up the track for Smithson in both the junior varsity and varsity I saw her run a six minute mile at a Bulverde Davidson Needless to I was She is just a good The 52 freshman started season by running the ater race in a time of In Uie weeks since Rices time plunged to 16 seconds u jvv the time that won last jirict She is just Shes one of those that L slnd of born with She works hard in but I think she does it because she likes Davidson The 14year old said her motivating factor to run the race is simply a desire to end I get nervous before the I think that makes me go a little Im thinking Lets finish this as fast as she With the district meet on Rice said she is working a little harder in practice to get Were running the same amount in but we dont get as much cooldown time between she Rices times have fluctuated over the course of the track At the New Braunfels Unicorn she ran a time of in the The next week at she ran her fastest time of the year at The big difference in her times is in the Davidson When she has somebody pushing its a whole other The only goal Rice has set for herself is to run faster than she did the previous she like to go to regional and I think I But I just want to run a little faster than she Rices toughest competition at the district which will be held at Smithson will be Boernes Pam Shes run better than Davidson Im hoping that Pam will make Carolyn Shell be Rice has lost only two races she has been entered in this finishing third at the Ranger Relays in both the oneand twomile Last week in the competitive Pflugerville Rice won the run by more than 27 The onemile race was cancelled because of depriving Rice of an extra chance to practice before the district I was a little disappointed at not being able to run the It would have been but I think Ill still be ready to she Rice said she got involed with running when she just happened to sign up for track in the seventh Im not sure why I signed I just liked Rice She ran in cross country in the but looks at that as a tuneup for the track although she said cross country is more Cross country is more just because of the she When you are it doesnt seem like you have run two Nicknamed Mouse by her Rice said she is looking forward to her first big Im not nervous about it Im looking forward to On Saturday Ill be a lot more she Coach Davidson has told me who to look out so Ill try to stay close to the lead or take it if I I think Im With enough nervous energy and the right Rice may not only win on Saturday she just might set another personal I know she can break into the Davidson She just needs to be pushed a Freshmans Progress Smithson Valleys Carolyn Rice has improved her times dramatically in both the meter and runs this Her best time in the is 16 seconds under the time that won the district title last season and her best in the is a full better than the winning time in last years district Start of season 1984 district winner 1985 best time 1984 district winner Source SV track coach Louise Davidson HeraldZeitung graphic David King Southside may be 273A surprise among other is in for a surprise The riding high in the District 273A baseball race at face what appears to be a breather Friday night against The Cardinals are 03 and have been outscored 288 in district play after losing 11 players to HB 72 six weeks But Southside coaches are expecting to get allpassing grade reports on eight or nine of those players the heart of the Cardinals team that was becoming competitive before the grade crunch Boerne might still beat but dont look for a Overconfidence can take away a lot of 134A scramble District 134A baseball coaches probably sighed heavily when they saw the CanyonLockhart linescore Wednesday In that the Cougars 2 Brad combined with Danny Hernandez for a three Campbell had struggled his last two time giving up five runs in three innings against Hays and four runs in five innings against Smithson If Campbell can build toward a strong finish the way he did last the Cougars will go down the stretch with two strong Campbell and Ronnie New Braunfels and Hays will tangle for second place in the district Friday night in rural Hays The Unicorns Bobby Tristan faces the unenviable task of stopping the who have averaged nine runs a game in district But the Unicorns have scored a game Unicorns pitcher Armando Mar tinez put on a show for a Cincinnati Reds scout Tuesday striking out 15 and allowing one hit in seven innings Bowling notes Darlene Wetz of New Braunfels is the first local bowler to appear in the top three places in the Texas Womens Bowling Association tournament Wetz 459 series ties her for second in the novice division of the singles event in the The TWBA championship is held every year in a different site around the The tournament is held on weekends at that and it runs into the This years tournament is in Briefly NCAA approves death penalty KANSAS AP In what one official describes as the athletic equivalent of the death the NCAA Council has approved a plan to close down for up to two years any athletic program that repeatedly violates major In some cases it is the difference between sending someone to jail or sending him to the gas said one observer who asked not to be The policymaking Council concluded three days of meetings Wednesday by giving unanimous endorsement to a series of measures drawn up by the newly created NCAA Presidential Com The measures would identify major and secondary violations and give the NCAA enforcement staff farreaching new They will be voted on at a special convention of NCAA schools that the commission has scheduled for June 2021 in New If violations which in the past resulted in private reprimands could cause schools to lose and players to lose Violations that have traditionally drawn strong penalties could result in schools not being able to recruit or give scholarships or even schedule games for as long as two I believe the membership is going to approve the entire Jack president of the told The Associated Press in an interview The hoping to increase pressure on schools to go along with the stepped up war on recruiting has specified that every schools vote will be made We sense a feeling of urgency among college presidents that something needs to be done im mediately to address the issue of integrity in college said The proposals are the result of several months of research and meetings and were not prompted by the recent basketball scandals at Thomas win dart tournament Roy Flores and Goose Thomas took first place in the New Braunfels Dart Organizations tournament Tuesday at Steve Becker and David ryder finished second and Rooster Mar shall and Larry Montgomery placed The team of Todd Erlansen and Daryl Marshall placed Goose Thomas had the high score with 140 Mary Lehman has the high womens score with The organization will hold a tournament at Under Pass Saloon at Soccer camp deadline approaching The deadline for entries in TLC soccer coach Roger Wrobels sum mer clinic is The which is for players ages 6 to will be June 1014 at the HEB Complex in New Cost of the camp is For entry forms or more in call Wrobel at Volleyball meetings set for May 14 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will hold an organizational meeting for all summer volleyball teams May 14 at 6 at the Landa Recreation Registration for the womens A league will be May 2024 and womens B and C will be May The entry fee is for the sponsor fee and per For more in call the rec 629 from 1 to 8 Monday through Karate class available at center A continuous karate class is being offered at the Landa Recreation The classes are sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Classes are on Mondays and ages meet from 7 to 8 and ages 13 and are from 8 to 9 Classes emphasize self selfconfidence and con Registration is underway at the Landa Recreation Improved Nuggets host Spurs tonight DENVER AP Over the past half dozen the Denver Nuggets playoff performance has been nothing to write home Only once since 1979 have the Nuggets advanced past the first and they own a 712 post season record over that Of never during that time were the Nuggets as successful during the regular season as they were this when they compiled a 5230 record to win the National Basketball Associations Midwest Division All of which gave Coach Doug Moe some cause for optimism as his club prepared for tonights game with San the opening game of a best offive firstround playoff Were a different team than we were last year or the year before or the year before said Were a much better capable of doing more in the I feel good about our The teams will play here again Saturday with Game 3 set for San Antonio on A fourth if would be played next Friday in San and a fifth if would be in Denver on April The factors that made the Nuggets a different and improved team in 198485 were more physical play up and solid pointguard play from Fat Forward Calvin Natt and center Wayne Cooper helped contribute to the first two Not along with came to Denver in the trade that sent highscoring forward Kiki Vandeweghe to They mixed well with the remaining Nuggets creating the kind of chemistry that wins Dan Issel says there isnt a selfish player on the Alex English says the Nuggets have the kind of camaraderie I havent seen in all my years in Whether this good feeling carries over into the where dif ferent criteria sometimes remains to be San 4141 during an injury plagued should provide the Nuggets with a good Two years ago in the playoffs we didnt match up well with San Antonio at Moe We couldnt handle them It was a This year is Were more so we dont need five guys trying to help out and our guards are Moe admits the Spurs have a number of potent Center Artis Gilmore is their key their biggest but their for wards arent chopped said Mike Mitchell is one of the best streak shooters in the and Marc lavaroni and Gene Banks are good role Youve always got to respect George Gervin because of his scoring Point guard Johnny Moore hurt us in the playoffs two years Mitchell leads the Spurs in scoring at points per while Gervin is averaging and Gilmore Mitchell and Gervin both are ailing with ankle and hand respectively but should BUMPER Auto Parts Specialists The Professionals In Commercial Ana Residential Roofing All Over Central Texas For Nearly 40 Years CALL 379 6351W MOWN LAKEVIEW CAMP Regular Menu Served to Saturday Noon to Sunday Noon to Lunch to 130 5579964 Come Rain or Shine Its FISH FRY TIME Every Friday 510 Enjoy homecooked fish or chicken and outside dining on one of the 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