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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas i New Braunfels May 1985 track season went full circle Junior golfer LESLIE 0 Jason tees off during the junior golf of assorted ages to the Results will be tournament at Landa Park Golf Course on The tournament attracted 22 players ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer The 1985 track season lasted three months and stret ched from Austin all the way But a lot happened between the first meet at Austins Westlake High School and the final showdown at the state meet last A semesters worth of goals were fulfilled and but when the dust had settled in Memorial this years track season had to be considered a Propelled by a large senior the New Braunfels boys team showed it had more than just quantity on its The Unicorns finished second at the district meet behind perennial champion Kerrville New Braunfels went on to send six boys and one relay team to regionals on May The Unicorns returned from San Antonio with three individuals Stephen Kraig Krause and David DeLcmos advancing to the state along with the 400meter relay com prised of Eric Schroeder and Kevin At Millett set a school record in the 200meter finishing in a time of That race was indicative of the whole day for local as Milletts per formance was overshadowed by Bay Citys Joe who set a national high school record with a time of Canyons boys team was young in terms of varsity with only five lettermen returning from but the team improved steadily over the Canyons strongest the relay team com prised of juniors Albert and Gilbert Ben Garcia and sophomore Brian took second at the district The team had the second fastest qualifying team in the region going into the meet at Northside Stadium and set a school record with a time of yet finished in third missing a trip to Austin by fourtenths of a Smithson Valleys boys team faced a similar problem at the start of the with only 15 upperclassmen on the With constant juggling of the varsity and junior varsity teams along with more than a few gutsy the Rangers scratched their way to a secondplace finish at the 273A district sending eight members to the regional meet in Although no qualified for the state several good performances were turned including Kutirnio Trigos time of in the In spite of running the race three seconds faster than he ever had Trigo was only able to grab a fifthplace finish in a quality Smithson Valleys relay team ran its fastest time of the season in the yet did not advance to the New Braunfels young girls team was the mystery team of the fielding as it did a large sophomore With only six seniors on the the Unicorns fielded a competitive with two members advancing to Lisa McKinnis made her second consecutive trip to a regional meet in the shot The senior narrowly missed out on a trip to the state meet by finishing third in San Virginia Hildebrand also qualified for the regional but fell short in her bid to advance to The Canyon Cougarettes rode a wave of the future as Nancy Tieken led a strong junior class at A state finalist in the 800meter race last Tieken battled an assortment of ailments to return to Austin this Smithson Valleys girls team rode a balanced wave of experience and youth in 1985 which crested at regionals with six girls advancing to Kim Shalynn McCoy and Carolyn Rice all ran their personal bests at the regional but they were caught up in an unusually quick The only Rangeretle to advance to state was Kim Huntsuckerin the The senior made her second consecutive trip to Briefly Softball meetings set this week The New Braunfels Softball Association will hold an important general membership meeting Wednesday and again on Thursday from to at Camp Comal between fields two and Managers and players need to attend one of the Lap swimming extended to morning The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will expand its lap swimming program at the Olympic pool to mornings beginning The pool will open for lap swim ming from to 8 Monday through Friday except on city Participants must register for the program at the The pools regular hours are 10 to 8 Groups schedule dance The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Senior Citizens Center and the Fraternal Order of Eagles are sponsoring a barbeque dinner and a dance on May 26 from 2 to 6 at Eagles which are for are available at the Landa Recreation Center or at the Children will be admitted Bobby Baker and the Longnecks will Instructors will be at the dance to teach basic countrywestern dancing to the Proceeds will go to the Senior Citizens Center building Marshall win dart tournament Goose Thomas and Rooster Marshall combined to win the New Braunfels Dart Organization tour nament Thursday at the Freiheit Country Second was the team of Roy Flores and Brenda Max Flores and Shirley Carnes finished third and Todd Erlanson and Tina Wiley were Thomas had the mens high score with 140 and Carnes the womens high score with The next tournament will be Tuesday at Hospital sets run The second annual Childrens Hospital 5K Run will be June 2 in downtown San The run begins at in front of the hospital at 519 Houston Registration is in advance and the day of the For a registration call the hospital at 2282734 or write to Special Events Box San Antonio Summer track club plans registration The AAU Summer Track Club registration will be May 2829 at 6 at Smithson Valley High The program is open to everyone born between the years 1967 and The program will run from the last week of May through the end of For more contact Mountain Valley or Bulverde middle Smithson Valley High or call John Cook at Lifesaving class offered by city The Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting American Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving June The class will be offered Monday through Friday from 8 to 10 To call the department at 6255818 or Landa Recreation Center at The purchase of the book will be the only cost of the Volleyball clinics scheduled for summer Phyllis Fowler and Carla Herring will be the instructors for four two week girls volleyball clinics this The clinic is for girls 10 and Varsity high school players are not The clinics will be held at Canyon Middle School from 8 to noon every The registration fee is The first be June The second session will be June The third will be July 819 and the final session will be July Lussier starts comeback Jesse Lussier of New making a comeback on the karate took third place in a tour nament in San Antonio last a brown belt from the Chris Lopez Karate lost his final fight to a student from the Steve AshcraftScool of San The tournament was sponsored by the Amateur Organization of Lussier caught his opponent with an uppercut to the knocking him Lussier was penalized for excessive contact and lost the Willy King of San Antonio won the King defeated Gerald Tuper also of the Chris Lopez School in the same when Wood was penalized for knocking King Lussier left the sport in 1981 at the age of just prior to testing for the black In a 12month period during he won 33 trophies and was once considered the top junior brown belt in the Lussier said he now wants to earn his black I want to fight for my and thats what Ive told he Bowling Aamco won the Tuesday Night Industrial League at Comal Bowl for the second year in a row this Team members are Ernie Solis Orlanda Andy Sam Villarreal and Joe Here are all the results and standings reported from Comal Bowl this week Business Womens League May 15 Alley High series Janine High game Janine Mike Wofford Correction In Fridays the pholo of Mike Wofford with the New Braunfels High School athletic banquet story was accidentally switched with another We apologize for the Keep an ear to the ground on local events n HeraldZeitung BRAUNFELS 6253463 1983 Caprice Classic 4 Tutone Blue Power Locks Cassette Miles 1981 Ply Reliant Wagon 1983 Caprice Classic Wagon Stereo Stereo 1983 Honda Accord 2 Hatchback 4 5 Cassette 1979 Chev Camero Brown PB miles 1984 Chrysler E Class 4 4 Stereo 1980 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