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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas May tporUDay talk with Sports Editor Sean Burgess about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 23 H e r a I d Z e i t u rrg Sports Day I Page 6 7th INNING STRETCH May 17 1976 Steve Cauthen rides his first winner There is no way to explain the magic that Cauthen has with hors es He says that the horses he rides again exhibit no recognition of him on sight but they often do seem to remember him when he settles upon their Frank Dwford NBA Playoffs Todas Houston Rockets vs Phoenix Suns TNT series is tied 22 neither team in this series has been able to win a game at Utah Jazz vs Denver Nuggets 8 TNT Jazz leads series 31 Denver avoided elimi nation Sunday when Reggie Williams hit a gamewinning shot with time running out Atlanta Hawks vs Indiana Pacers TNt Indiana leads series 31 the Pacers have the best playoff record at 61 SPORTS BRIEFS CORAL GABLES Ra Capriati was arrested on a marijuana charge after a tip about a runaway took police to her motel room Police said they found Capriati 18 alone in her room at the Gables Inn During a search of the room with Capriatis consent police uncovered an undetermined amount of marijuana said police Sgt Mitch Fry When the female runaway and a 19year old Miami man arrived at the room which was in Capriatis name they were arrested on heroin and crack cocaine charges Fry said Capriati was charged with misde meanor possession of marijuana and released to her attorney John Ross DUESSELDORF Germany AP Michael Chang beat Alexander Vdkov to give the United States a 10 lead over Russia in their opening match in the Blue Group of the World Team Cup In the Red Group Jan Apell and Jonas Bjorkman beat Petr Korda and Martin Damm to give Sweden a 21 victory over the Czech Republic LUCERNE Switzerland Austin back on the tour at age 31 beat Geraldine Dondit of Switzerland In the first round of the Eurocard Open Nino Louarsabishvili of Georgia the top ranked junior In the world beat fifthseed ed Natalia Medvedeva of Ukraine LOS ANGELES AP Bob Weiss whose team finished last In the Pacific Division at 2755 was fired after one season with the Los Angeles Clippers Weiss 52 signed a threeyear contract last July The Clippers failed to make the playoffs after two straight appearances under Larry Brown who resigned after last season JACKSONVILLE Ra Trophy winner Charlie Ward had 20 points and seven assists In his professional bas ketball debut helping the Jacksonville Hooters beat Memphis 112100 The former Florida State quarterback signed a fourgame contract with the USBL team to improve his chances of being selected In the NBA draft SAN DIEGO AP Fred Trenkle 32934 from 198393 at the College of Southern Idaho accepted a fiveyear contract to replace Tony Fuller at San Diego State Fuller 2037 in two seasons took over at Pepperdine on May 5 TULSA Okla champion Paul Azinger his shaven head gleaming under television lights at a news conference for the 1994 PGA Championship said the lymphoma he has battled for six months has been beaten The 32yearold Azinger who has com pleted six chemotherapy treatments said he planned to return to competition in the PGA In August possibly earlier Coming Wednesday NBA Playoff results Canyon Middle School district track results Cougarette spikers sign dotted line By SEAN BURGESS Sports Editor The 1993 Canyon High volleyball team had an impressive year going 334 and advancing to the regional finals Seven months later four play en off that team have been claimed by Texas colleges Monday afternoon Kristi Welch and Courtney Caddell signed schol arships to play at Alvin Junior College Sarah Tyler signed n earlier KRISTI 93 STATS 46 162 Asctetol 14 Blocks 13 270 Canyon Head Coach Donne Boehte on Welch Kristi Welch is an outstanding and com plete ballplayer She knows when to hit the good shot and is atoays on the with St Edwards and Kirsten Oeklers was netted by Texas Women1 Col lege The duo of Welch and Caddell will once again be team mates and both are looking forward to the transition from the high school volleyball game to the college style of play It is going to be a Caddell said We already COURTNEY 93 STATS 40 KIlM 98 47 Blocks 12 Digs 328 Canyon Head Coach Donna Boehle on Caddell She was one of our best defensive players She was also one of our best hustlers and always found a way to be around the have a workout plan and Im looking forward to getting in great shape Im ready to play college It will be different because you play all year in Welch said Plus you have to study and keep your grades One thing Welch says she will miss is her home at Canyon It will be tough being so far from she said Its been a won derful experience for me at Canyon I would stay at Canyon for the rest Caddell will also take a suitcase of memories with her to her new home court We had a very successful year this she said Its been a great experience and now its time to move HeraldZeltung photo by JOHN HUSETH Where do I sign Krlstl Welch seated right and Courtney Caddell seated left wrapped up their high school vollevball careers at Canyon yesterday by signing scholarships to play at Alvin Juntor College next yeaT fhe Mrwee members of the Cougarette squad that went 334 lastYear and advanced to the regtonal Bonnie caddeit back row LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL Senior Little League of New Braunfels 14 15 year old division Indians Royals Orioles White Sox Rangers Athletics Yankees Tigers Major NL Brewers Indians Phillies Padres Reds Marlins Blue Jays Rockies Pee Wee NL Twins Tigers Mariners Cardinals Giants Red Sox Pirates Rangers Mets Junior Little League of New Braunfels 13 year old division W Dodgers Braves rf Reds Rockies Minor NL flarjgers 6 4 5 3 3 2 1 o Dodgers Braves Athletics W 7 3 4 3 2 1 L 0 0 2 2 3 7 5 5 L 1 2 4 4 5 4 5 7 i f hnfffyy Utr ctefeatsjcitlie 96 last Wednesday one run on two hits f worKtfn the mound and at the plate fie drove ri the first two runsforVFW Jason Luna finished the game on the mound for VFW with three strong innings not allowing a hit He had plen ty of help from his defense including a triple play Catch the play fcy catching a third strike puta 6teaf liird third L HeraHZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH FrtUinwn Jimmy Wtfcw of Canyon flnltlwd tfcd for 10th m the UIL 4A State Golf results AUSTIN final results of the boys and girls Class 4A golf state tournament concluded Friday in Austin The boys com petition was reduced to 18 holes after Fridays second round was can celed due to severe weather The girls completed 27 holes in the team and medalist competitions Final Individual Standings Brandt Kieschnick Bay City 71 Mark McEntire Austin Anderson 73 Matt Dobyns Austin Westlake 73 Hank Kuehne Dallas Highland Park 73 Rusty Shannon Port NechesGroves 73 Mike Fox Austin Anderson 74 Scott Walker Austin Anderson 75 Ramey Kimbrough Plainview 75 Casey Cronin Rockwall 75 Jimmy Walker New Braunfels Canyon 76 John Wagner Austin Westlake 76 Rob Parks Dallas Highland Park 76 Edward Loar Rockwall 76 Robert Shelton Rockwall 76 Johnathan Moseley Stephenville 78 Derrick Pursley Andrews 78 Ben Clark Austin Westlake 78 Jason Wingert Dallas Highland Park 78 Chad English Plainview 7g HAVE SOME FUN GO BOWLING SCORES Gomal Bowl High Scores for the Week of May 8 WOMEN Nancy Doris 210 Lois Qaudia 202 Lois 193 Margie 219 Lois 204 Martha 205 Margaret 201 Nancy Hern 210 Marilyn 533 194 Kim 207 Lois Cheryl 198 Nancy 218 Gayle Guer 187 Missy Betty Annie 185 Maxine 168 Amber Dorothy Briet MEN Rudy 245 Thorns 266 Mike Robert 657 257 Donald 257 Doug Brent 218 Rick 213 Robert 236 Les Willough 205 Frank Ortega 594 216 Henry 205 Henry 235 SENIORS Esther 210 Mildred Use 175 Agnes Jim 222 Ronald 220 John Wor George JRADULT Kim Jennifer 150 Mike James PEE WEES Jacob 87 Justin BANTAMS Bethany aman da 73 Austin 93 Ross PREPS Jennifer 144 Christina Michael 130 Casey JRSR Katie Faust642 217 Amber Jimmy Albert May Specialpay reg price first three games all after only COMAL BOWL 6254263
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