Tuesday, March 15, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas i Tuesday March I Sports Day I talk with Sports 1 Editor RichardTljerlna 1 about Sports Day call 1 6259144 H o r I cl Z e i t u n BEST BET ON TV Portland Trail Blazers at Houston Rockets HSE Channel 22 High School Saturdays Flnaia Class 1A Championship Llpan 62 Nazareth 60 Class 2A Championship Krum 56 Troup 45 Class 3A Championship Ferris 85 Littlefield 66 Class 4A Championship Plainview 54 Austin Anderson 52 Class 5A Championship Willowridge 50 Piano East 44 NBA Mondays Gams Hornets 107 Celtics 101 OT Nuggets 116 Spurs 88 Jazz 102 Lakers 101 Pistons at Kings late STARKS TO MISS REST OF SEASON New York Knicks guard John Starks will miss the rest of the regular season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Monday The AllStar guard is expected to begin running in no sooner than six weeks There are 5 weeks and 21 regular season games left on the Knicks1 schedule Starks is the Knicks second leading scorer averaging 19 points a game BASEBALL High School District 284A standings TEAM Boerne Canyon Uvalde Kerrville Tlvy Alamo Heights New Braunfels Smlthson Valley Clemens asr 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 YR 111 104 73 63 54 56 57 36 Upcoming Schedule Tuesday Boerne at Floresville Canyon at Hays New Braunfels at Austin Travis Smithson Valley at Pleasanton Devine at Alamo Heights San Angelo Lakeview at Kerrville Tivy Friday Alamo Heights at Clemens New Braunfels at Boerne Kerrville Tlvy at Smithson Valley Canyon at Uvalde TENNIS High School NEW BRAUNFELS TO HOST CANYON DUAL MATCH TODAY Weather permitting the New Braunfels tennis team will host Canyon in a dual match today starting at at New Braunfels High School SOFTBALL High School District 285A standings TEAM Clemens Smithson Valley Lockhart San Marcos Hays New Braunfels Canyon DIST OVERALL 30 21 22 10 12 01 03 52 54 96 61 431 02 15 Upcoming Schedule Monday Canyon at Smithson Valley New Braunfels at San Marcos Friday Canyon vs Marshall Smithson Valley at New Braunfels Saturday Hays at Lockhart Clemens at San Marcos Coming Tomorrow Results of Canyon baseball at Hays CanyonNew Braunfels dual tennis match March 14 Pie vaulter Sergei Buoka cracks the 20foot barrier Bubka reached the pit planted the pole lifted himself and seemed coiled near the end of the perilously bent shaft As the pole straightened he rose upward as if he were riding a tidal wave and then he flew across the bar and fell to the cushion William Oscw Johnson March MARCH MADNTCSS Recent struggles in the Big Dance has Texas teams cautious entering first round By JOHN McFARLAND firstround rienartmwi in nf By JOHN McFARLAND Associated Press Writer The Southwest Conferences recent struggles in the NCAA tour nament werent lost on Texas coach Tom Fenders whose Longhorns are the only SWC team invited to the 64team playoff In terms of offense defense depth and all that this is the best basketball team Ive had at Fenders said But that doesnt always translate into wins in the SWC teams have made hasty firstround departures in each of the last two tournaments Only Texas and departed Arkansas have advanced past the second round in the last decade Texas 257 earned an automat ic bid this year for winning its first ever SWC tournament with an 87 62 victory over Texas Sat urday The Longhorns are the sixth seed in the Midwest Region and will meet No 11 seed Western Ken tucky 2010 Thursday in Wichita Kan With a victory over the Hill toppers UT likely would face Michigan which reached the NCAA finals the last two years I dont look past the first Fenders said It looks like a very tough region but whats new Wherever weve been its always been a tough Southwest Texas State and Texas Southern join the Longhorns in the tournament Southwest Texas State winner of the Southland Confer ence and a No 15 seed plays its firstever NCAA tournament game against Massachusetts the second seed in the Midwest Regioa Bobcats coach Jim Wooldridge knew his team would be playing a top teams but hes just glad to still be playing We all know how good they Wooldridge said Theyre good thats about all I know about them Theyve got some great play ers They play great defense and go after the ball Texas Southern 1910 also drew a tough openinground oppo nent in the Southeast Region Duke which won NCAA champi onships in 1991 and 1992 The Tigers earned the Southwestern UT vs W Kentucky WHAT Texas vs Western Kentucky first round NCAA Midwest Regional WHEN Thursday 94S pm RECORDS Texas is 257 Western Kentucky is 2010 SEEDS Texas is seeded sixth W Kentucky is Athletic Conferences bid Sunday night by beating Jackson State 70 67 Weekend charity tourney set Knights of Columbus golf event to aid county youth charities Unicorns in Austin HeraldZeltung photo by JOHN HUSETH Eric Martinez turns the double play In the Unicorns the N8W BraUnfelS Ba8eba TournamentThe UnlSmsw Red Raiders try to find answer for late swoon By RICHARD TIJERINA Sports Editor If Ray Ebert can duplicate his hole inone feat of a year ago the New Braunfels resident may have more to drive around than just a golf cart A 1994 Mustang Convertible val ued over is among the prizes available in the Third Annual Knights of Columbus Invitational Charity Golf Tournament which begins Saturday morning at the Woodlands Golf Country Club in Canyon Lake Ebert shot a holeinone in last years event and is entered again this year The tournament which gets under way Saturday morning and goes through Sunday will raise money for various youth charities in Comal Coun ty including the Childrens Center lit tle league baseball Boy Scouts youth football youth soccer Sts Peter and Paul School and for scholarships The tournament which was a one day event last year raised almost This year with the new two day expanded format it hopes to raise close to said Frank Schaeffer tournament chairman We hope to raise somewhere between seven thousand and 10 thou Schaeffer said We might be a little short or a little long but we should be somewhere in that area We should be able to raise a great deal more than in past A few openings remain for four man teams in the tournament Entry fees are per team All handicaps will be verified This years tournament promises to be a big departure from the previous two the twoday format may be the biggest change and tournament orga nizers said they hope future tourna ments grow even more The first two tournaments were held at Landa Park Golf Course In the first K of C Tournament WHAT 1994 Knights of Columbus Third Annual Inivitational Charity Golf Tournament WHEN SaturdaySunday March 1920 WHERE The Woodlands at Canyon Lake Golf Country Club HOW TO GET THERE Highway 46 West Take a right at 2722 Follow to Startzville At the Texaco Pit Stop light take a right the Woodlands is directly ahead ADMISSION Free year 48 players competed in the one day tournament Last year 72 players competed This years tournament expects 120 players or 30 teams Schaeffer said last week that the tournament is five or six teams away from meeting that goal Deadline for entries is tomorrow This is kind of a trial by error Schaeffer said We hope that in the future the tournament progresses Its growing each Sponsors for the tournament include Wholesale Beers TriCity Distributing McDonalds HEB Wuests Afford able Catering Schlitterbahn and Seguin Motor which is providing the Mustang for the holeinone contest The Knights of Columbus annually gives three scholarships one to both Braunfels High School and Canyon High School and one to a stu dents who is going toward a religious higher education All three are award ed at the end of the year The tournament is a 36hole event which begins with a shotgun start on Saturday morning A breakfast for players and dinner and dance also is scheduled ByJEANPAGEL Associated Press Writer LUBBOCK Texas Tech was feeling its way around the NCAA mens basketball tour nament last year after winning the Southwest Conference Clas sic But this a sev engame winning ed abruptly when the Red Raiders lost Friday to Texas in the SWC semifinals Had the momentum kicked in a few games earlier Tech might have been invited to post season tournaments A lot of people were playing out of position early We had a lot of new coach James Dickey said Monday It just took some time for us to Until their 8985 loss last week to Texas the Red Raiders were rolling on a surge that helped them tie for second place in the SWC Techs 1711 record included more victories than the records of 13 teams selected to the National Invitation Tournament You can always make a case that your record is better that your schedule was Dickey said We felt like we deserved to be in postseason but the bottom line is were not so well get ready for next Texas Tech got off to a rocky start losing seven of its first 11 games Part of the problem Dickey said was the lack of experience on a team that had no seniors Inconsistencies plagued the Red Raiders in low points like the 8382 loss to Baylor on Jan 12 and the 8988 loss Feb 5 to which resulted in a skir mish between Tech fans and Aggie players Rebounding and defense improved though by the time Tech beat Texas 128125 in double overtime Feb 20 A victory like that is just hard to measure it was cer tainly the springboard to the lateseason surge Dickey said Team leaders were sopho more forward Jason Sasser and junior guards Mark Davis and Lance Hughes Walker edges field at Canyon Invitational From staff reports Canyont J r Golf Tournament towlnthfdmyon GolfCourw Jimmy Walker from Canyon High School shot a 37 on the back nine to edge the field at the Canyon Invita tional Golf Tournament held Mon day at Landa Park Golf Course Walker shot a 75 as he won top medalist New Braunfels1 Jeff Powell who also shot a 75 was second Third place medalist went to Smithson leys Matt Mann who finished two shots back at 77 Bastrop won the tournament with g score of 320 Canyon was second with a 328 and New Braunfels edged Smithson Valley fortWrdwtoiJsl The tournament used fourraw teams to tabulate scores Walter led Canyon with a 75 P J Gottsacter shot a 77 Roger Rodriguez an 86 Freddy Latham a 90 and Joel Brenton a 97 Powell led New Braunfels with scoring were Bryon Boltwelli 79 Phillip Schulzes Wiikins104 Smithson VaUey wai led by Manns 71 Ryan Morrison a 79 Ricky BdU 93

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