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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Thursday Feb H e r n I I Z o it it n n Sports Day Another look at Comal County sports from junior varsity to youth More scores from the New Braunfels Junior League Basketball Jan 29 4th grade boys Rotary 28 Rotary 31 Rotary Rotary 47 12 Witting Miller Rotary 22 32 Rotary n Rotary 25 23 5th Grade Boya 1 Mayo Investments 8 Buck Pottery 17 ffoAcmeBnogeCo 4 Victoria Bank 29 Jeff Jones DOS 15 Mike Davis Trophies 6 Centex Office Center Sonic Drive In 6 13 f 1 Doeppenschmldrs 21 Crenwelge Plumbing 15 6th Grade Boys 17 13 Quadalupe Vlly Comm 20 Texas Heritage Const 11 High Sierra Toilet Co 16 Post 11050 8 faZoelters 22 21 Mr Gattis Pizza 27 M Farmers Mutual Ins 22 Inslo Distributing 6 Plant Haus3 Vorderibaum RRC 6 Texas Commerce Bank 7 HBsmre Farms 6 tlO Ruffles N Ruff Stuff 13 Rooky Hill Equipment 9 Jaks Drive Thru 13 Lumber Co 13 KG Plumbing 7 113 Creek View Vet Clinic 10 Rockln R River Rides 16 tit Roadway Express 22 Sunioht Photography 20 Alpine Custom Sheetmetal 19 Henk of a shot LeAnne Henk 12 of New Braunfels shot this ninepoint buck during deer season In Webb County The buck weighed 110 pounds and had a 15 spread Henk shot the buck at 100 yards out with a 270 Rem Unicorn JV soccer downs IWA 31 From staff reports SAN ANTONIO The New Braun fels girlsjunior varsity defeated Incar nate Word 31 Wednesday night in a game that went to a penalty kick Shootout The match which was 00 as time expired saw its first score when Uni com Laurae Doerrie kicked it in to make it 10 Jennifer Sassenhagens kick made it 20 before IWA finally cracked the Scoreboard with a kick of their own Leading 21 Nicole Heimann scored the final goal for Braunfels which improved to 101 on the year The girls played well considering this was only our second game of the season and it was IWAs New Braunfels coach Joey Trevino said That was a big Trevino praised the play of the Uni com fullbacks and goalie Julie Ann Moeller Youth Bulletins Softball registra tion The New Braunfels Giris Softball Association will be offering TBall to girls ages 5 and 6 Other divisions will be divided into Preemies 78 Pee Wees 910 Minors 1112 Juniors 1314 Seniors 1516 and older Seniors 1718 Qualifying age will be birthdays as of Sept Registration will take place at Vivroux Sporting Goods located next to KMart Cost will be from Jan 5Feb 6 From Feb 718 the cost will be For more information call Den nis Harborth at 6257912 or 629 5305 Wetland work shop The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be co sponsoring with the Center of Coastal Studies and Fish and Wildlife Service a free Adopt A Wetland workshop This is a workshop open to the general public An adult youth leader teacher scout 4Her nature center staff etc interested is encour aged to attend The twoday work shop will be held Feb 45 from 8 in Landa Park The workshop will consist of top ics such as flora fauna contami nant wetland hydrology and an overview of wetlands Also there will be curriculum activities from the Aquatic WILD guide and field monitoring including water quality analysis flora fauna identification and sampling tech niques For those who would like to attend call the Center for Coastal Studies at 512 9949005 Tennis lessons New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation now offers both group and pri vate tennis lessons Youth 12and over arc worked with after school Call 6256411 LL registration New Braunfels League Baseball will be holding late registration through Feb 5 Players can register now at Crow Firestone on West San Antonio Bill Mehrer State Farm Insurance on North Wal nut or Fischer Veterinary Clinic on Old McQueeney Road American and National League 612 year olds can register at Crow Firestone Tryouts for 812 year olds also will be conducted National League players will have tryouts Feb 12 from 9 at the NL fields on Fredericksburg by Landa Park American League 812 yearolds will tryout Feb 5 and Feb 12 from 9 at the AL fields o Com mon St Tryouts for New Braunfels Junior and Senior League players will be Feb 12 at Canyon High School Junior League players will try out at 9 and senior league players will try out at noon Individuals or groups wishing to add a Youth Bulletin to the Sub Varsity Page on Thursdays should mall the bulletin to 707 Landa New Braunfels Texas 78130 or fax it to 210 6251224 For more information call Sports Editor Richard Tijerina at 6259144 BUY HOMETOWN ITS A MONEY HACK GUARANTEE GfiMf InunWi Clwntw gf Cwnrniu Calvary boys remain undefeated 248 From staff reports The Calvary boys basketball team remained undefeated this season with a 3830 win over BBC last Thursday In last weeks game the Calvary Baptist girls took the girls from BBC to school on the basketball court with a 248 win Jan 27 The girls coached by Wende Grohman were in control from start to finish The boys arts still undefeated with two games left In the season They got their sixth win In a hard fought game against BBC Calvary was down 1612 in the first half but rallied in the second half under coach Richard Perez The boys came out fired up in the third period and came from behind to win 3830 Nate Morris led Calvary with 14 points Cody Kanz added nine Roobfc Rodriguez had Chris Richter had four and Brian Campos had four The girls were led by Amy Duff s IjO points Cynthia Escobedo had and Becky Beatty had three Rachel Rodriguez had two points and Delia Rodriguez scored one point Morris and Duff were named team MVPs by Wende and Perez Calvary plays Medina Valley today Canyon Middle School girls play NB From staff reports The Canyon Lady Jag 8th Grade Red Team was defeated by New Leading the Lady Jags in scoring were Dorothy May 12 points and six steals and Cali Courtney four points and seven TTift Canyon Lady Jag 8th Grade White team defeated the New Braun fels B team 3227 Leading the Lady Jags were Dallas Tschope with 13 points and four offensive rebounds Jill Ebert with 11 points Elizabeth Barbosa with six points and Mandy Freeman with seven rebounds and five steals The Canyon Middle School 7th Grade Red team defeated the New Braunfels A Teams by a score of 24 23 after tying 1919 at the end of reg ulation play The game was close throughout with Canyons biggest lead being 60 in the opening minutes before New Braunfels scored the next eight points Canyon was ahead 1917 but New Braunfels tied thegame with less than IS seconds to play In overtime Aman da Hell scored first for CMS with Jpdi Anderson later scoring the winning basket Leading the Lady Jags in scoring were Crystal Vargas and Jodi son with six points each Leadingin rebounds were Tiffany Weidner 1 ft Anderson 9 and Kelsey Brever The Canyon Lady Jags lost to New Braunfels B 2015 CHRISTIAN PARENTS LIMITED OPENINGS AVAIL WILDWOOD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Interviews by appointment 899 3980 or 7272 evenings CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT The US Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD will make available for the FY1994 Community Development Block Grant Program These funds are available for community development including administration and planning costs Che second of two public bearings will be held on Monday February at PM in the Municipal Building Meeting Room D 424 South Castell to discuss the use of these funds as recommended to City Council by the Community Development Advisorv Committee CDAO on lanuarv All interested citizens are invited to attend the public hearing to participate and make comments concerning the use of these funds The Citizen Participation Plan for this program is on file at th Development Department 424 South CasJeJI New Braunfels For additional information call the Developmen Department at 6082100 CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF PROPOSED OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTED USE OF FUNDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM FY 1994 1ST YEAR B94MC4805U During FY 94 the City of New Braunfels proposes to spend These funds are made available to the City by the Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD and are proposed for use for public facilities public services and administration and planning Following recommendations received during one neighborhood planning meeting one public hearing and the Community Development Advisory Committee CDAC recommendation the City Council met on January 24 1994 at PM at the Municipal Building and approved the following Statement of Proposed Objectives and Projected Use of Funds for FY 1994 PUBLIC FCILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS Bcrgfeld Drainage Project Phase I Design and Preliminary Costs Other Costs Bcrgfeld Drainage Project Phase II Design and Preliminary Costs Veramendi Drainage Project Phase I Design and Preliminary Costs Other Costs Veramendi Drainage Project Phase II Design and Preliminary Costs Comal County Womens Shelter Facility Construction Assistance Habitat for Humanity Land Acquisition For LowIncome Housing PUBLIC SERVICES Police Parks Summer Youth Recreation Program activities and training for youth employment training for troubled youth LOCATION CT CT CT 3102 CT 3102 CT 3105 Target Amu Target Areas FUNDING S4S8rOOf Administration and Planning of CDBO Program PROGRAM TOTAL All proposed activities are designed to meet one or more of the following national objectives 1 Benefit low and moderate income persons 2 Aid in the prevention or elimination of slum and Might 3 Meet community development needs having a particular urgency The City of New Braunfels not anticipate any displacement of persons M a result of he FY 94 CDBO activitiM The Citys Displacement Policy and Citizens Participation Plan are available for review at the Diulinger Memorial Library or the New Braunfels Municipal Building Documents pertaining to the statement of proposed CDBO activities may be examined at the Development Office New Braunfels Municipal Building 424 South Castell during the of AM PM Monday through Friday Any interested citizens may submit written comments on the proposed statement for consideration prior to the second public hearing on February 14 1994 Comments should be directed to the Development Department For further information please call the De   

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