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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas ■ Thursday, Fab. 2,1994    HKEDBDEHEQDODQHII    ■Pag#®Sports Day H o r a I d - Z o i t li ii q Another look at Comal County sports, from junior varsity to youth. Mors scores from tis New Braunfels Junior League Basketball: Jan. 29 4ti grads boys: ti Rotary ti    28 #8 Rotary #7    31 IOTo!ary#5-TT~ •6 Witting S Mylar »3 Rotary #3 #7 Rotary #6 #2 Rotary #2 AL 23 5th Orate Boys ti I Mayo Investments 8 • 9 Buck Pottery 17 iB Acme Bridge Co. 4 #4 Victoria Bank 29 #3 left Jones £)&$ ”l5 Oft Mkt Davis Troohies 6 #2 Centex Office Center 13 #7 Sorft Origin 6 ii Doeppenschmidrs 21 #8 Crenweloe Plumbing 15 OOI Grade Boyo •1 Quarte Coma Mech 17 #8 Vlvroux    13 #9 Guadalupe Vly Comm 20 • 10 Texas Heritage Const ll Sierra fo£et Co. 18 82VFW Poet 11050__8 #6 Mr Gam s Pizza 27 #4 Farmers Mutual Ins. 22 Girls #3 frisk) Distributing 6 #4 Plant H*<is 3 ti Vortfe( >brum AAC 6 82 Texas Commerce Bank 7 17 HKWre Farms S mftfWwNRutt Stuff 13 86 Rocky Hi Equipment 9 99 Mi Oily? Tfrv 13 86 Eberhard Lumber Co. 13 89 KC Plum bing 7 ITCfteeK View Vet Clinic 18 •18 Rockin' R River Rides 15 111 Roadway Express 22 814 Spright Photography 20 811 Bug A Moister IO 816 Alpine Custom Sheetmetal 19 Henk of a shot LeAnne Hank, 12, of Now Braunfels shot this nlne-polnt buck during < season In Webb County. The buck weighed 110 pounds and had a 15 1/2** spread. Hank shot the buck at IOO yards out with a 270 Rem. Unicom JV soccer downs IWA, 3-1 From staff reports SAN ANTONIO -TI* New Braunfels gills'junior varsity defeated Incarnate Word 3-1 Wednesday night, in a game that went to a penalty kick shootout. The match, which was 0-0 as time expired, saw its first score when Unicom Laurae Doerrie kicked it in to make it 1-0. Jennifer Sassenhagen's kick made it 2-0, before IWA finally Youth Bulletins Softball registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association will be offering T-Ball to girls ages 5 and 6. Other divisions will be divided into Preemies 7-8, Pee Wees 9-10, Minors 11-12, Juniors 13-14, Seniors 15-16 and older Seniors 17-18. Qualifying age will be birthdays as of Sept. 1,1994. Registration will take place at Vivroux Sporting Goods located next to K-Mart. Cost will be $20 from Jan. 5-Feb. 6. From Feb. 7-18 the cost will be $25. Fa more information, call Dennis Harborth at 625-7912 or 629-5305. Wetland workshop The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be cosponsoring with the Center of Coastal Studies and U.S. 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, 4-Her, nature center staff, etc. interested is encouraged to attend. The two-day workshop will be held Feb. 4-5 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. in Landa Park. The workshop will consist of topics such as flora, fauna, contaminant, 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 techniques. For those who would like to attend, call the Center for Coastal Studies at (512) 994-9005. Tennis lessons New Braunfels Parks and Recreation now offers both group and private tennis lessons. Youth handover are worked with after school. Call 625-6411. LL registration New Braunfels Junior/Senior League Baseball will be holding late registration through Feb. 5. Players can register now at Crow Firestone on West San Antonio, Bill Mehrer State Fann Insurance on North Walnut or Fischer Veterinary Clinic on Old McQueeney Road. American and National League 6-12 year olds can register at Crow Firestone. Tryouts for 8-12 year olds also will be conducted. National League players will have tryouts Feb. 12 from 9 a m.-noon at the NL fields on Fredericksburg by Landa Park. American League 8-12 year-olds will tryout Feb. 5 and Feb. 12 from 9 a.m.-noon at the AL fields o Common St. Tryouts fa New Braunfels Junia and Senia League players will be Feb. 12 at Canyon High School. Junia League players will try out at 9 a.m., and senior league players will try out at noon. Individuals or groups wishing lo add a Youth Bulletin to the Sub-Varsity Page on Thursdays should mail the bulletin to 707 Landa St, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, or fax it to (210) 625-1224. For more information, call Sports Editor Richard T\jerina at 625-9144. ($l KUY HOMETOWN IT S A MONEY KAC K GUARANTEE. IM Hint*,.    lu    ran    bf to bfM Nm hauntM CM<*« rf Cwmci ml Calvary boys remain undefeated, 24-8 From staff reports The Calvary boys* basketball team remained undefeated this season with a 38-30 win over BBC la* Thursday. In last week's game, the Calvary Bapd* girls took the gills tom BBC to school on the basketball court, with a 24-8 win Jan. 27. The girls, coached by Wende Gtohman, were in control flan start to finish. The boys are still undefeated with two games left in the season. They got their sixth win in a hard fought game again* BBG Calvary wu down 16-12 in the fir* half, but rallied in the second half under coach Richard Perez. The boys came out fired up in the third period, and came ftom behind to win, 38-30. Nate Morris led Calvary with 14 points. Cody Kanz added nine, Robbie Rodriguez had eight, Chris Richter lad fix* and Brian Campos had flour. The gills were led by Amy Duffs DD points. Cynthia Escobedo had eight and Becky Benty had three. Rachel Rodriguez had two points and Dells Rodriguez scored one point Mortis and Duff were named teafti MVPs by Wende and Perez. Calvary plays Medina Valley today. cracked the scoreboard with a kick of their own. Leading 2-1, Nicole Heimarm scored the final goal for New Braunfels, which improved to 1-0-1 on the year. "The girls played well, considering this wu only our second game of the season and it wu IWA's 14th," New Braunfels coach Joey Trevino said. "That wu a big difference." Trevino praised the play of the Unicom fullbacks and goalie Julie Ann Moeller. From staff reports Canyon Middle School girls play NB were Crystal Vaigu and Jodi Anderson with six points each. Leading in rebounds were Tiffany Weidner (I l), Anderson (9) and Kelsey Braver (7), The Canyon Lady Jags lost to Ne* Braunfels B, 20-15. The Canyon Lady Jag 8th Grade Red Team was defeated by New Braunfels A, 33-17. Leading the Lady Jags in scoring were Dorothy May (12 points and six steals) and Cali Courtney (four points and seven rebounds). The Canyon Lady Jag 8th Grade White team defeated the New Braunfels B team, 32-27. Leading the Lady Jags were Dallu Tse hope with 13 points and four offensive rebounds, Jill Ebert with 11 points, Elizabeth Barbosa with six points and Mindy 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 TATS, after tying 19-19 * the end of regulation play. The game wu close throughout, with Canyon's biggest lead being 64) in the opening minutes before New Braunfels scored the next eight points. Canyon was ahead 19-17, but New Braunfels tied the game with leu than 15 seconds to play. In overtime, Amanda Hell scored fir* for CMS with Jodi Anderson later scoring the winning basket Leading the Lady Jags in scoring ^ • CHRISTIAN PARENTS**^ LIMITED OPENINGS AVAIL. For MID TERM Gr.K 8 WILDWOOD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Interviews by appointment v    899 3980 or 7272 evenings    m :W BRAUNFELS PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT The US. Department af Housing and Urban Development (HUD) wfl available $45S,M6 for the FYI994 Community Development Block Program. These foods are avaflable for comnmnky development adininirtration and planning costs. Th* strand of two pablic beuinp bt Md oa Mo«du. FrinaM 14.l< at 7:31 PM Ii the Municipal Balding, Meeting Room D, 424 South CastaB, I discuss the use of these funds as recommended to City Con ad! by flnmmunltv IWvehm—t Adrians Pa—Iff fCllAO im la—nm Ii 1008 I AB interested cithern are invited to attend the public hearing to fMiwk raffing IU nu pi th— hilly, The Citiieu Participation Plan for this program Is ob file at Ecoaomk/Coauuaaity Development Department, 424 Sooth Catlett, Braunfels. For additional information, call the Economic/Community Devdo| Department at 611-2111. New! CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF PROPOSED OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTED USE OF FUNDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM FY IHS (IST YEAR) B-94-MC-4S-05U During FY 94, the City of New Braunfels proposes lo spend $458,000. These funds are made available to the City by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and are proposed far usa for public facilities, public services, and administration and planning. Following recommendations received during one neighborhood punning meeting, one public hearing, and the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) recommendation, the City Council met on January 24. 1994 at 7:30 PM at the Municipal Building and approved the following "Statement of Propoeed Objectives and Projected Usa of Funds" for PY 1994: PUBLIC FACILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS ALTI V ITY/DESCRIFnON Bergfeld Drainage Project Phase I CT 3104.01 Design and Preliminary Costs $70,000 Other Costs 29.361 Bergfeld Drainage Project Phase U CT 3104.01 Design and Preliminary Costs TOJOOO Venunendi Drainage Project Phase I CT 3102 Design and Preliminary Coats 40.000 Other Costs 33.000 Veramendi Drainage Project Phase U CT 3102 Design sud Preliminary Costs 30.000 Comal County Women's Shelter CT 3105 60,000 Facility Construction Assistance Habitat for Humanity Target Areas 9,500 Land Acquisition For Low-Income Housing PUBLIC SERVICES Police A Parks: Summer Youth Recreation Program Target Arens 35,000 activities and training for youth; employment training for troubled youth. ADMINiSTiATIQOTLANNINfi Administration and Planning of CDBG Program 11,139 $458.000 PROGRAM TOTAL: All propoeed activities ere designed lo meet one ar more of the following national objectives: 1.    Benefit low and moderate income persons. 2.    Aid in the prevention ar elimination of slum and blight 3.    Meet community development needs having a particular urgency. The City of New Braunfels does not anticipate any displacement of pcnons as a result of the FY 94 CDBG activities. The City's Displacement Policy and Citizen's Participation Plan an available lor review al the Ditllmger Memorial Library or the New Braunfels Municipal Building. Documents pertaining to the statement of proposed CDBG activities may be examined al the Economic/Community Development Office, New Braunfels Municipal Building, 424 South Crate!!, during tbs boun of SKX) AM • 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Any interested citizens may submit written comments on the proposed statement far consideration prior lo the second public hearing on February 14,1994. Comments should ba directed lo the Economic/Community Development Department Pa further information, please call the Economic/Community Development Department at 608-2100. ;

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