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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 10AHERA1DZEITONO MARCH Mesas complete historic doubletake By DOUGLAS PI L8 The Mesa family repeated history this past weekend just as father Armando thought his sons Saturday Armando and Isaac Mesa fought for the novice super heavyweight champi onship at the San Antonio Golden just as Armando and his brother Robert had done in Just as in when the elder came away with the Armando 21 scored a decision overlsaac he did come away with a slight knot on his nose according to Armando The younger Armando won three fights leading up to the bout with his including a win over a 302pound fighter in the Isaac won two fights to get to the including a win over a 250pound Each received a tro phy and Armando also got a Armando who worked Isaacs comer while Leonard Gomez worked Armando said it was kind of hard to watch his two sons face each J It brought back a lot of Mesa Its hard to fight to your You want to try to please the but there were times when there were openings that they both passed Mesa said he hopes he can continue to help put New Braunfels back on the boxing both through his sons and through helping Mesa also has two younger Jessie and Orlan who are boxing in Junior Olympic Two fighters from the Borregos Boxing team also fought at the Golden Raymond Gon zales boxed in the light heavyweight division and Eddie Ybarra fought in the middleweight divi Continued from 9A Ramirez added the final blow for the 120 The Unicorn junior varsity added insult to injury with a 50 win over the SidGosa is credited with a first half goal on individual Gosa assisted the first of three Ruben Gonzales and Clif Steagall added the final goal on a perfectlyplaced penalty who moved up to play with the varsity joined the JV team due to a Cougars shortage of The Unicorns are now 1100 in district and are in sole possession of 1 in District 52 Although a Unicorn position is guaranteed at this a win over Alamo Heights would earn the District 52 The Unicorns are defending champions with their 1992 cham pionship A loss to the Mules would result in a cocham with a coin toss or play off game determining first and second Friday nights game should prove to be exciting promised Rodriguez as he encouraged pub lic The Unicorns will travel to Alamo Heights for the Friday night In their last meet the Unicorns shutdown the Mules with a 21 giving the Mules their only loss in district Games begin at and Continued from 9A we got the job The Cougars started the sec ond a bit sluggish but they remained firm on Goalkeeper Alex Pozenel saved seven shots on goal in the half and the speed of the Canyon defense frustrated the With left in the Cur tis Arens lifted a arching pass to Joseph who headed the ball past the Clemens The Cougars repeated the process from the first goal ofthe game as Hargrove fed Bueno a pass on a breakaway and Bueno beat the goalie for the final 50 Canyon will either Hays or Round Rock McNeill in the first round of the playoffs and will fin ish up the season this Friday at Smithson Scoring 10 Vince assist from Brian 20 Sean assist from 30 Michael rebound from Bueno End of first half 40 Joseph assist Rangerettes Continued from 9A hit a sacrifice fly for a RBI and Sauer notched her second RBI in the fifth to end the Weisner was the only batter to garner a hit for the Cougarettes as she hit the gap in rightcenter for triple in the She scored on Sabrina McDonalds ground Canyon head coach Earl Wright said his team just was nt in the groove it needed to be in to beat a solid Thats a pretty good Wright said of the It just didnt jive for us Our hitting was off and our catch ing was off I think later on well catch on because were still Theyll get The Cougarettes play at Lock hart this Friday at and Smithson Valley is hosting South side at from Curtis 50 assist from Har End of game Shots on goal Canyon Clemens Saves CanyonAlex Pozenel ClemensMike Kodak Saturday 9 to 5 Sunday 11 to 5 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from many plants and Ivya to make your home 10 Puriley Seville or Raleigh Grass Plugs Your choice of two moil popular Per Hibiscus These beauties bloom con tinuously spring through 1 Scfinlz 100 Huebinger Marlon Open Daily 9 to Two Day Early Bird Special Walk through our on Saturday or Sunday March 13 or 14 9 and 11 cm and a Limit Pick up your Early Bird cou pon at the front Free Geranium Beautiful Flowers Are Smiles From God K of C tournament benefits childrens charities HtrakNMturHI The Knights of Columbus Council will hold its sec ond yearly golf tournament ben efiting various chari ties March 28 at the Landa Park Golf The event consisted of 48 golfers in ijts first year and has upgraded to 64 simply by word of according to organiz ers Jack Grand and Frank Schaeffer and Sanders said they have had such a response to the charity event that they are looking into expanding to a twoday event for the third annual tournament in Because it is a charity event for its very well received in the community Schaeffer s why we are looking into expanding this thing into a two day I can see it really growing in the future with the support we have Both said they are looking into the possibility of making next years tournament a celebrity but Schaeffer said there are many bugs left to be worked out before that will The tournament will begin with a continental breakfast at A putting contest will be held at with the first tee times set for A barbecue dinner will follow for all of the golfers and their Prices for the top four golfers will be a a a and a gift certificate from the Lan da Park Pro This years sponsors include Food Schwabs Sausage the Food Court in Mill Store McDon Mabry Enterprises and Lan da golf pro Bill with Budweiser and Bud Light acting as contributors to the tour The K of C works with many childrens events and charities including Little League flag youth Junior Boys Cub Boy an annual free throw the New Braun fels support Peter and Paul spon sorship of two seminarians a year and the dispersal three college scholarships to students from New Braunfels and Canyon High Schools to name a Tee times for the tournament will be posted the week of the tournament and in the Herald Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family OmniPlus Universal Life and Annuities and IRAs Highly Competitive Interest Rates For more phone or write to our THOMAS SCHAFFER District Deputy Rt 4 Box 374U Canyon TX 78133 Phone ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 23016th Rock Illinois 612018645 Ituumnce Sitice WANNA MAKS A Put your Money where your Mouth is Carol Ann Avery Circulation Director HeraldZeitung Circulation Director Carol Ann shown has committed to adding 200 new 1year to the But Press and Camera Douglas pictured had to add his AJ A vim 2 cents YOU CANT DO It Carol Anns response Put Where Your Mouth Is Heres the Deal If Carol Ann brings in 200 New 1Year March Douglas will donate 00 to the Community Service Center We NEED YOUR HELP Subscribe Subscribe Subscribe 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