New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 1987, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas HmnkSZettuna New Braunfels. Texas District season ends on Saturday Friday March 20 1987 Prqr9A Briefly Pi- •    '    r    :    .    m    *****    ‘    ,    *    _    V    •    ; SB, a I    *    *•<-    «r * • * . K Baitasar Sanchez and the Smithson Valley Rangers wrap up the Distric t 26 CA season Saturday .Photo by Lesi.e Kriewaidt- The first high schixil soccer season concludes Saturday with two local teams making their final ap pearances in district games For Smithson Valley, the 26-5A champion with a 9-1-1 record, Saturday's game is a tuneup for the playoffs which begins in IO days For Canyon, the season finale will only give the Cougars a chance for revenge against a team that 'hey lost to earlier in the year New Braunfels, w hich has clinched second place and a playoff berth, finished its season w ith a 9-1 victory over Boerne on Tuesday Smithson \ a1 ley in its inaugural season has a chance to become the only team in the district to win IO games The Hangers are 13-2-1 on the season going into its 2 p rn game at Hanger Stadium against Hays Con solidated The Hebels were limited to a l l tie against Kerrville Tivy on Tuesday The Hangers won the first meeting between the two teams by a 4 I score The (.reyhounds defeated Canyon 4 I on a soaked field in Boerne on Feb 24 and the Cougars would like nothing better than to finish it> first season on a winning note by tasting revenge District 26-5A Soccer standings DISTRICT Team W L T Pts Smithson Valley 9 I I 19 New Braunfels I I 4 18 Clemens 6 2 3 IS Canyon 3 6 2 8 Boerne 2 6 3 7 Hays 2 < 2 6 Kerrville Tix x Tuesday s Games 0 8 3 3 Clemens 2, Canyon 0 New Braunfels’s Boerne I Kerrville Tivy I. Hays I Smithson \ alley 9 Victoria 0 Saturday s Games Hays at Smithson Valley Boerne at Canyon Clemens at Kerrville Tivv KNDOF SFASON I he ( ougars are 4-9-2 on the season and 8-6-2 in district play Boerne is 2-6 in 26-5A action Gametime is 2 p m at Cougar Stadium In the other district game on Satur-da> Kerrville Tivy hosts Clemens Tivy is still looking for its first district win heading into the finale with an 'I 8-;t mark The Buffaloes have third place locked up with a 6-2-8 record Aggies to release parts of invesitgation COLI.KGF STATION AF lexus WM I rn vers 1> bowing to numerous t exas open rec ords law re quests and lawsuit^ is preparing to release portions of an internal n vestigation into it" football program school officials said James B Bomi WM feputx chancellor (or legal and external al cars said Thursday that WM lawyers ar** studying an attorn* general s optn on issued Fee * directing anni he; fere We school the I Houston to release r« sc v est i ga 11* rn of its toot ha . Bond told The Bf-an A4 A! " seek !U tb«‘ attorney genera "prs dx which p-'f' tis men! ar** subject to the Texas open r**< urns law A response from the at torney g**n**ral s office could come as early as next w*vk he said WM General Counsel Fed Hajov sky said that while release of the foot hah n\**"tigation is near he expects that til*- attorney general’s office will allow I onside! abit- deletions Iron, the d<* utnent aith we' dx ar migrant E aq!** if at urn fro office lf Its do, The decision vest igat ion conn suit tile*! VV od ne T trues Herald t> . seeking disclosure Hon or portions of it Ila Fort Anorth filed suit Jan I formation that AA in lax ■lease the in til** w ak** of a t>x the Dallas «*»• »nd suit filed if the tnvestiga Star T eIeqr a m seeking any tn ' uid produce on AAM quarterback Kevin Murray and Inkster Hodney Dockery Slur ray and Dockery were named last year in newspaper stories alleging violations of NCAA rules goxernmg financial aid proxided college athiet**" I ta Dallas Morninq News t led ai official open revords request seeking WM" inx est igat son results in January and th* Houston Post t t I a request this we* k Bond said WM Brev dent Frank Vandiver a defendant in both the lune" Herald and '"tar Telegram suits announced in Noxember was compted only copy tiad trcen that th* th** live (Mitigation he school s e document •NCAA He ha" since declined comment on the results of the mxestigation except to sax that minor problems' were un covered The internal inquiry at Texas A&M wa" handled by Amo VA Krebs Jr and otway B Denny Jr both Texas Ak NI graduates and members of the Houston law firm of Fulbright and J aworsk Bond and Hajovsky >aid Thursday a second copy of the document was retained by Fulbright andJaworski Tie NCAA started an initial in , airy n 1985 following allegations that Murray the AAM team s quarterback, violated NCAA rule" by being paid tor work he nexer actually did for a I Cilia" area booster ^Sports World I ba may take over at TCU I-oK'l MOK Til Ai* Former Neb co* h A toe Iba mu! h« hop**" to be oft*' as tlx* next basketball * na* h at Texa? *• lo*! AoMh SNi T t i. qr am ' *■;•. ! ’< Jaguarettes win three, lose one in volleyball The Canyon Middle School Jaguarette volleyball teams played host to the Saegert Toreodors from Seguin, and won three games and lost one The Canyon 7th grade A team defeated Saegert 15-4. 18 16 The team was led in scoring by Jamie Stinson and Misty Brever The Jaguarette team ends the season with a record of 8 wins and I loss The 7th grade B team was defeated 7-15. 15-11, 15-11 Top scorers were Emily Way and Melinda Hernandez The 8th grade A team defeated the Toreodors 15-6. 15-11 Amy Page and Kim Koehler led the Jaguarettes in scoring The team lost only one game during the season The Canyon 8th grade B team defeated Saegert 15-6. 15-11 Lori Dahl and Jennifer Arnold led the Jaguarettes in scoring The 7th grade A team is hosting a post-season tournament today and Saturday at Frazier Gym The 8th grade A team will compete in the New Braunfels Middle School today and Saturday The team would like to thank all its loyal supporter" and parents, and would like to invite them to the tour naments this weekend The Jaguarettes would also like to thank coaches ( aria Herring and Sherry Luckemeyer for all their manx hours of hard work and caring to make this year such a great success T Bar M hosts college tourney T Bar NI Tennis Hunch is hosting a week long tennis tournament March 28-27 Play will begin at 9 a rn each day and will run all day There is no ad mission charge for tennis enthusiasts to watch great tennis action Abilene Christian University top" the strong list of Division ll colleges coming to the event from all over the country Other schools competing will be I* erns State College VI chigan southern Illinois Lnixer sit\ at Edwardsville the I nivensty of Colorado California Polytechnic Institute and East Texas State University Call T Bar VI at 625-7788 for schedule of matches Canyon Soccer Club meets March 25 The i arn on Youth Soccer Club will have a general meeting March 25 at 7 80p rn at Wholesale Beers. Inc All coaches, parents and other interested persons are encouraged to attend Discussion will include election of officers for the Mid-Cities Youth Soccer Association and plans for the fall season N BT A sponsors Fun Tournament The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor a Fun Tournament'' on Saturday Play will include a men s and women s A B and C doubles divi sions Hegistration runs from 8 a rn until 8 80 a rn on Saturday at the New Braunfels High School courts, with play beginning at 8 80 am Entry deadline is 7 p rn Friday The entry fee is $5 for members and $7 for non members Balls will tie provided by the N BTA To enter, call Jim Sanders at 629 1269 or Sally Forney at 629-6659 Parks Department sets Panther Canyon hike The New Braunfels Parks and Hecreation Department will host a Panther Canyon hike at IO am Saturday The hike is open to all ages and there is a SI fee The hike will take approximately two hours and par tieipants can meet at the entrance to Panther Canyon For more information, contact Mark Peltier at 625-5818 Little Leagues offer tryouts, registration The New Braunfels Little Leagues will offer tryouts and registration on Saturday at the Presbyterian Church gy m at 87 •; Howard St The registration begins at I p rn and will last until 4pm All boys and girls who did not participate in the first cession should attend Babe Ruth conducts tryouts, registration Babe Huth League registration for boys who will turn 18 before July 81 will haxe a tryout Saturday at Comal Park from lu a rn until I p rn Proof of age must be presented Hegistration for 14-year olds and newcomers will fake place from I pm until 5 pm on the same day In case of rain the try outs will take place March 28 Hank Iba Ka " head v r" to their f I es! ach "I V goo I last after coach A A playoff oat h He t Vt arch mg the C* appear an 1st ant tut But ire h. Mi lh s Not ti tall ha •" ra ear i nu- * Ho I lr bo KH VI which*, reported thai sour* f that Iba would I*** "tied I- rug" The st ik«- **f?ic un" that ti' Tyson may bring Holmes back ala* ai h VU AP Int4 I rrt i ut id AA i •tit In lid ti Heax :ght ch that i lamp tan! rt and th k Holm I airy Holmes .Id ll.ak** the f| forest acle Caxton said money ' - argutation" with Larry Holmes •>n plete There s nut that rn... h t Larry keeps upping the figures ’hat that he .- a possibility in the jture ii** The Assoc*lated Press from his Pa that Jiminy Jacobs Tyson s offered him > 2 million plus a ght Tyson •: * > million pius a percentage from an I a** x«- got a fight lf I get • " ihi light I ii gixe the money sa iii a highly skilled fighter He \**r> vompetitiM* Caxton in t ti* i« f»*i m,**i AA mid Boxing Council and Inter Boxing Federation champion Scoreboard On the air NCAA F hi I DA » Al|k. 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