Tuesday, August 27, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports August 1991 New Texas Page 9 The New Braunfels Unicorns celebrate after rallying against San Antonio Madison in another tough San Antonio John visits Unicorn Gym at 7 p m Photo bv their seasonopener last The Unicorns hope for the same result today when Annelies Schlickenrieder NB hosts redhot Jay SV hit road By JOE BELK Sports Editor The only local volleyball game at home today takes place at where the Uni corns will host a hot John Jay team which won the Northside tournament The varsity match begins at 7 p at Unicorn New Braunfels also did well hi its first tour nament appearance of the falling in the finals of the Seguin tournament to San Antonio Madison a team the Unicorns had beaten twice in three days before the But the Unicorns record of including pool play comes entirely against 26r5A and 275A Jay 50 features two 6foot Demetria Sance and Jessica Sance was selected MVP of the Northside The Mustangs also have a corps of returning players and are expected to challenge defending state champion Clark for the 285A which is 41 after winning the Ala mo Heights tournament on travels to Devine for its first nontournament game of the The Cougarettes only loss was against LaVemia in pool and Canyon avenged that by beating the Bears in thefinals after eliminat ing districtrival Hays in Canyons road match today is at 7 The only undefeated team in the county is Smilhson which is 30 after winning the consolation bracket of the Tivy tournament in The Rangerettes rallied in consecutive match es to win the Stnithson Valley travels to Burnet for Other 255 A teams fared well in tournaments on In the Harlandale ISD thetwo Harlandale schools advanced to the with McCollum defeating Harlandale for the South San competed for consolation in that defeating Burbank to win the los ersbracket Among 264A Bastrop did the best other than Canyon and Smithson taking the thirdplace trophy in the Schulenburg THCt will air on TV Its not very often that a triathlon gets television even from a local news Yet the Texas Hill Country Triath 7 at Canyon will be seen across a large pan of the United States as part of its own syndicated onehour The endurance event will be tele cast in October on tape with more than 50 percent of the country having access to the triathlon primari ly through network The triathlon should also be an important event for its as it is one of the last races in the Interna tional Triathlon Unions World Cup series and valuable championship points are on the The THCT promises to be an excit ing race with the best in the world Among the top triathletes who will be participating are Mark who is considered the best in the world I in the and Australias Greg Allens heir Ken Glah will be returning in hopes of defending his and Dave Scbtt who withdrew for medical reasons will instead act as expert commen tator on the The womens race promises to be just as exciting with several competi tors hoping to capture the prestigious winners Some of the top women particip ants include Jan one of the strongest cyclists in the sport Carol Canadas top racer who is currently battling for the ITU championship Fernanda Bra zils Ironman champion and the Uir rent Ironman World Series point lead er and Jan Wanklyn of Triathlon organizers expect close to participants and more than spectators for the which they believe will be one of the best races of The television production of the which is being produced by Concept Sports will be seen on either a Saturday or Sunday between 28 and Saberhagen nohits White Sox Briefly KANSAS CITY AP By almost all of us have seen the play that saved Bret Saberhagens So was it a hit or an error Dan Pasqua thought he deserved a and the Scoreboard operator at Royals Stadium thought But Kirk Gibson thought he committed an and the official whose opinion was the only one that That sort Saberhagen went back to The twotime Cy Young winner finished the first nohitter of his career and the seventh of the pitching the Royals past the White Sox Now I know how Nolan Ryan feels Saberhagen I real ize what Ive accomplished and something Ill always look back The White Sox lost their seventh straight mean almost lost his nohitter in the fifth With one Pasqua sliced a long liner over Gibsons head in left Gibson ran back toward the jumped at the front edge of the warn ing track and the ball grazed off his glove as Pasqua pulled into second Royals Manager Hal McRae pre ferred not to talk about the Its something we shouldnt talk He pitched a The less said the he Saberhagen 106 struck out five and walked Todd Benzinger drove in three runs as the Royals beat Charlie Hough Rangers Yankees 2 NEW YORK AP Kevin Brown and Eric Plunk used different methods to clear opposition runners off the Brown pitched put of tight especially in the sixth on the other gave up home runs in fact and the Yankees lost a 102 decision to the Rangers Monday I was I made 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feel Im capable of this Petralli I decided to try to put it out of my I might have been putting too much pressure on Brown had his difficult moments in the sixth when he gave up four hits and issued his only walk while the Yankees scored both their Swim practices ongoing Swimming practices started this week for the New Braunfels and Canyon High School Members are requested to attend one of two daily sessions Monday through The first session runs from 46 and the second from 68 both at the Landa Park The New Braunfels Aquatic which has already been will also be working out at these Dual meets for the high school teams begin in in prepara tion for the district meets in For more call Bud Dallmann at FB registration underway Registration has started for the loc al tackle football league for New Braunfels kids in fifth and sixth There are currently five teams in the which plays its games at New Braunfels Middle Registration fee is which includes uniforms and Contact the leagues player agent at 6253445 after 3 for more infor NB barbecue Thursday The New Braunfels Unicorn All Sports Booster Club is holding its annual Meet the Unicorns barbecue Thursday at 6 Tickets will be available at the and they are per Booster club members will also be selling the tickets in The Thursday barbecue will also features athletes of the fall sports programs at New with volleyball and cross country athletes being Everyone is invited to attend the barbecue and meet the Unicorn Flag football registration The New Brausifels Youth Flag Football League registration will be held Saturday from 9 until noon at the Victoria Bank and Trust North building on 1000 Children in the first through sixth grades are Grades 12 will be in Division Grades 34 will be in Division and Grades 56 will play in Division A registration fee is Ranger tickets now on sale Season tickets for the Smithson Valley football season are on sale now at the high Sales will run from approximately 9 until 3 at the Smithson Valley front The tickets will remain available until Smithson Valleys home which is 20 against Last years seasonticket holders will have the option to renew their same seats at any time when tickets are on The who played six home games last only have four this Smithson Valley hosts Leander 20 and San Antonio Cole on 27 in nondistrict hi District 264A the Rangers will play home games against Lock hart on 18 and Canyon on Spots open for Rowdies The San Antonio a soccer team which features several New Braunfels is holding tryouts in The team has played in tourna ments all over traditionally enjoying a high level of Boys bom between 1977 and July 1978 who are interested in trying out for the Rowdies should contact Mark Knell at Coach Mike Hawker at 6576220 or Robert Rodriguez at 6257300 or Clinic for women golfers The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled a clinic for women golfeis 1620 from at tifr golf Call 6253225 for more informa Published Sunday morning Thursday and Friday after noons by New 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