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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Briefly ML looking for sets clinic The National Little League is in need of Pec Wee managers for the upcoming baseball Also needed are managers for Little League Girls Soft Call John Kuufmann at 8997318 or Manuel at after The National League will hold an umpire clinic for certification on For informa tion call Manuel at lite number and limb tryouts set by ALL Registration and tryouts for the New Braunlcls American Little League have been set for all boys and girls ages 8l2 as of July with birth dates in the months of October or Registration will take place 12 from 68 at Ihc Johns Episcopal Church Parish Hall at 312 A birth certificate and a registration fee ore Tryouls and late registration will take place on 16 and 23 from until noon at the American League Field on Common All equipment except for gloves will be For more information call Fred Zinkgraf at Parks plans basketball league City of New Braunfcls Parks and Recreation Department is organizing a winter basketball league for Divisions will be mens mens over under and mens League play begins 14 and will end April All games will be played at the Academy Strccl Gym on Wednesdays and with the first game starting al Registration ends Basketbal I Fees for ilic Icuguc arc per To cull 620PLAY or go by the Lntulu Rccrottiion Con Softball registration ends 10 The registration deadline Tor the New Braunfels Softball Association Is All rosters and Tecs arc due at that There will be a meeting at Mill er Beer at 6 on that Possible leagues include mens C and church and mens over Rosters may be obtained from Glcnda or the Box New Contact Glcnda at 6252367 in the day or 6207743 in the ExRanger players wanted for game The 1991 Smithson Valley High School baseball team invites all former players to take part in a varsityalumni game at 1 on 16 at Ranger The exes should bring a cleats and suitable Corporate Challenge sets Hoop Shoot The fourth event in the Corporate Challenge scries will be a Hoop Shoot basketball contest on Each cam will consist of two males and two with the cumulative point total determin ing the overall Players will be awarded points for making baskets at various spots on the court during a twominute The tournament will begin at 1 at the Landa Rcc The cost per team is All local businesses arc eligible to enter The Corporate Challenge is open to a business employees and their One sport will be held each month through Tourney benefits Childrens Shelter The New Braunfels Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a golf tournament at the Woodlands Country Club at Canyon Lake to benefit the Comal County Emergency Childrens The event will take place on March 16 at 9 It will be a fourperson scramble tourna ment men and women The cost to enter is for the 18holc Lunch and golf cap and and awards and cash arc The deadline to rcgislcr is March 1 and the field will he limited to the first 144 Send check or money order made out to New Braunfcls Kiwa nis along with address and to 1155 Church Hill New Braun For more informalion call Bell ai 6256945 or Ray Ebcrl at Muscletoning class offered weekdays A nnisclcloning class is being offered on Mon Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the Academy Strccl Gym by New Braunfcls ISD Corn muniiy The classes arc held from at the Academy Street The cost is per class or per Beats Per Minute meets twice weekly The New Braunfcls Parks and Recreation Department is offering Beats Per Minuic aerobic classes taught by Randy This is an ongo ing class held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from at the Landa Recreation lexas February 1991 Pagt I Oilers allow Zendejas to be Plan B free agent Continued from Page 8 an inside player who also has outside shooting range averages a districthigh 20 points per game for and Erma Carter adds The Cougarcttes travel to Hays for a game they have not been looking forward In the first meeting between the two foul trouble and severe injuries to Kim Kochler and Becky Kaufmann left the Cougarcttes with two players at the end of the After playing their best game of the district season at Clemens a 6058 loss to start the second the Cougarcttes have suffered lopsided defeats at the hands of Lockhart and Hays is the favorite for the second playoff and can clinch today with a Bastrop could still tic the Rebels for but Hays would advance because of its season sweep of the Continued Irom Page 8 games to both New Braunfels and San The Matadors have lost to those same three picking up a win in their opener against Soguiri has cancelled todays junior varsity so the varsity game has been moved up to HOUSTON AP Tony Zcndc the Houston Oilers kicker for the past six is one of 14 players left unprotected today under the NFLs Plan B free agent I surprised when General Manager Mike Holovak called me mid told me I was not pro Zendejas Holo vak me if I dont sign with another cam I wtfuld be welcome back with the but Id be dumb not to listen to other I think the Oilers made a Olhcr players expected to be on the Oilers unprotccicd list today arc defensive backs Patrick Steve Brett Terry Kinard and Lcandcr Knight offensive line men Doug Dawson and Jay Pcnnison wide receivers Bernard Ford and Ger ald McNeil defensive ends Exra Johnson and Alex Stewart running biick Vicior Jones and quarterback Reggie who earned in started last season with a back injury and then suffered a broken leg in the seventh game against the New Orleans He was replaced by Teddy who converted 14 of 20 field goals and 26 of 28 pointsafter for 68 Garcia earned last His contract expired Allen and Brown lost their starting corncrback jobs last season and were unhappy in backup Pcnnison was Ihc Oilers starting center until the final regular season game when All Pro guard Bruce Matthews shifted to center and Pcnnison was an Oiler Wan B sigrtcc from last caught five for 63 yards and returned 30 punts for a yard average and 27 kickoffs fiij a yard Lockhart to be may still sign with Dallas DALLAS AP Dallas Cowbdyii linebacker Eugene the tcim leader in total apparently will be left unprotected today the NFLs Plan B free agent fi was reported the sling may be soothed by what team sources say will be an offer of a new threeyear the Port Worth StarTelegram They dont want to trade arid they dont want me to Lock hart said Thursday after meeting with team owner Jerry But I don know yet how they want to pay the Cowboys starting middle is among the most notable of the 17 Cowboys who won be on the protected list the team will send to league offices late this aftcrr ihc StarTelegram He also is one of as many as Iff1 Cowboys who arc cither at the end of their contracts as in Lockharts approaching their option The team is not obligated to ncgoti ate with optionyear The Cowboys could just add 10 percent to the previous years but apparently will try to pacify Scoreboard On The Air FRIDAY I Senior PGA Royal Carrl bean first 3 Golf LPGA Oldsmoblle second 6 College hockey Maine at North 7 Pro basketball Detroit at Boxing Tony Martin Donald junior II Boxing from SATURDAY Noon College basketball SMU at Tex as KS Noon Golf LPGA third Noon College basketball Memphis State al 1 College basketball Pittsburgh at Sports world AllStar Softball Auto racing 24 Hours ol Day 2 College basketball Louisville at Southern College basketball Duke at Notre KMQL 3 Miscellaneous Harlem Globet rotters Alpine Skiing 5 Golt Senior PGA Royal Carib bean second 5 College basketball Washington at 6 Pro basketball Spurs Monthly 7 Soccer Tacorna at Pro basketball Atlanta at 10 College basketball Washing ton Stale at Arizona Track and Held Mlllrose Games Local Sports FRIDAY 5 Boys basketball Hays at Canyon 5 Boys basketball Lockhart at Smithson Valley 5 Soccer Clemens at Smllhson Valley 5 G iris basketball Smithson Valley varsity al 5 Girls basketball Canyon varsity al Soccer Seguln al Canyon Boys basketball San Marcos at New Braunfels Girls basketball New Braun fels varsity at San 6 Soccer Boerne at New Braun fels SATURDAY 6 Soccer New Braunfels varsity at San Basketball stats These are the collective and Individual averages for the six local basketball with all figures representing averages per game Canyon boys Player Caddoll Bueno Jonas BoslicK Wendell Snider Krueger Barucky Player Esqueda Lehmann Overall Bustos Drury Sierra Lybrand Hudgins Caldwell Hardy Acker Loftin Simons Graham Totals Opponents New Braunfels boys G Avg 20 20 22 22 22 19 16 22 17 21 15 20 11 22 22 Frauslo Boatnor Tiller Herring LaRue Mincemoyer Garrison Middlelon Valadez Gabriel Totals Opponents 25 22 23 22 25 23 17 14 19 6 25 25 Player Colvin Riedol Mager Calfey Cook Lux Gonzalos Garcia Kiolbassa Rodriguez Simon Orr Allen Totals Opponents New Braunfels girls G Avg 28 28 28 25 15 4 8 11 21 10 17 9 23 28 28 Player Friesenhahn Arizpe Richey Triesch Wunderlicn Boss Watson Perez Wagner Engelke Totals Opponents Smithson Valley girls G 22 19 25 25 25 23 25 8 22 17 23 21 25 25 Avg MIDWEST Boston College Notre Dame 77 Iowa Purdue 69 Detroit 54 Michigan Minnesota 62 Michigan Ohio 61 Illinois Illinois 47 Louis Evansville73 Wichita Tulsa 61 SOUTHWEST Georgia Southern Rock 75 TexasSan Antonio Georgia 72 Ulan TexasEl Paso 68 FAR WEST Arizona Washington 71 Arizona Washington 41 Briqham Young Colorado 52 Calilornia Oregon 76 Fresno UC Irvine 75 Hawaii Wyoming 80 New Mexico Air Force 55 Stanford Oregon 75 UNLV San Jose 64 Its a Hit NEW BRAUNFELS AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION TRYOUTS For all boys girls ages 8 12 as of July with birthdates in the months of or Registration 12th 68 at the Johns Episcopal Church Parish 312 A birth certificate registration fee are required for Tryouts Late Registration February 16 23 Noon at the American League Field on Common Across from the Fairgrounds All equipment except glove wil be For more call Fred Zinkgraf at 6293464 Smithson Valley boys Player G Avg 25 Church 25 College Scores Thursdays College Basketball EAST George Washington Bonaventure 51 Holstra Connecticut 74 SOUTH North Carolina Clemson 77 South Carolina Tulane 80 This weekend Baseball Card Show February 3 pm Holiday InnNew Braunfels 135 Highway 46 Admission Saturday BUYING SEUINO TRADING Mueller Opponents Playtr Brever Gill Koehler Kaulmann Dahl Rledel Bundick Woliner Totals O 23 23 23 23 14 23 23 19 22 23 23 Avfl Canyon girls O Avg 21 21 17 19 21 21 21 19 31 4M 31 HvraldZeitung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN LONEBEASLEY Managing Editor Advertising Director CHERYL DuVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three six one Senior Citizens Discoun t farrier delivery Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not receivedyour newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texaa Sunday 10 6 12 6 February 2nd 3rd New Braunfels Civic Center Largest Exhibition of Home Building Materials Lawn Yard Supplies and Interior Decorating Materials Leisure Lifestyle Items and Special Interest For More Information Call Polly Coleman at 6250411 or John Lovett at 6295954 or Bob Barber at 6204663 Sponsored by Comal County c Builder i Association
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