New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 17, 1994, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers Royals Angels Pirates Orioles ggRgQmHggiiinraH    ■    Page Sports Day 7th MING STRETCH May 17 COURTNEY KRISTI NGA Playoffs LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SPORTS BRIEFS HAVE SOME FUN • GO BOWLING! Coming Wednesday STATS ■ AMM 41 ■ KMM It! IAmMm 14 ■ Ikokw 13 ■ DI«m STO Canyon Head Coach Donna Boehta on WWch* Kristi (Welch) is an outstanding and oomph* ball player. She knows when to hit the good shot and is always on the attack. * *33 STATS ■ Acast 40 ■ KMsi SS ■ Aaalatai 47 ■ ■looks! IS ■ Digs! SSS Canyon Head Coach Donna Boehle on Cadded: "She was one of our best defensive players. She was also one of our best hustlers and always founds way to be around the bal.’ 1976: Steve Cauthen rides his first winner. 'There is no way to explain the magic that Cauthen has with horses. [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 backs.' • tank Petard Boo amhar It, 1077. Todt/t Schedule Houston Rockets vs Phoenix Suns, 8:45 p.m. TNT (•trios is tied 2-2; nettier teem in this series hat been able to win a game at home.) Utah Jazz vs Denver Nuggets, 8 p.m., TNT (Jazz leads series 3-1; Denver avoided elimi radon Sunday when Reggie Williams hit a game-winning shot with time running out) Anama Hawks vs Indiana Pacers. 6:30 p.m. TNT (Induna leads series 3-1; the Pacers have the hest playoff record at 6-1) CORAL GABLES, Ra. (AP)—Jennifer Capriati was arrested on a marijuana charge after a tip about a runaway took pokes to her SSG-a-night motel room. Police said they found Capriati. 18. alone in her room at the Gables Inn. During a search of the room, with Capriati’s consent, police uncovered an undetermined amount of marijuana, said police Sgt Mitch Fry. When the female runaway and a 19-year-oid Miami man arrived at the room, which was in Capriati's name, they were arrested on heroin and crack cocaine charges. Fry said. Capriati was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and released to her attorney, John Ross. DUESSELDORF, Germany (AP) — Michael Chang beat Alexander Volkov 84,7-5 to give the United States a 1-0 lead over .Russia in their opening match in the Blue Group of the World Team Cup. In the Red Group. Jan Aped and Jonas Bjorkman beat Petr Korda and Martin Damm 64,6-2 to give Sweden a 2-1 victory over the Czech Republic. LUCERNE, Switzerland (AP) — Tracy Austin, back on the tour at age 31. beat Geraldine Dondit of Switzerland 64,60 in the first round of the Eurocard Open. Nino Louarsabishvili of Georgia, the top-ranked junior in the world, beat fifth-seeded Natalia Medvedeva of Ukraine 7-5.7-6 (74). LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bob Weiss, whose team finished last in the Pacific Division at 27-55, was fired after one season with the Los Angeles Clippers Weiss. 52, signed a three-year contract last July. The Dippers failed to make the playoffs after two straight appearances under Larry Brown, who resigned after last season JACKSONVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward had 20 points and seven assists in his professional basketball debut, helping the Jacksonville Hooters beat Memphis 112-100. The former Florida State quarterback stored a four-game contract with the USBL team to improve his chances of being selected in the NBA draft. SAN DIEGO (AP) - Fred Trenkle, 329-34 from 1963-93 at the College of Southern Idaho, accepted a five-year contract to replace Tony Fuller at San Diego State. Fuller, 20-37 in two seasons, took over at Pepper dine on May 5. AGOLF-TULSA, Okla. (AP) — PGA champion Paul Azinger, his shaven head gleaming under television lights at a news conference for the 1994 PCA Championship, said the lymphoma he has battled for six months has been beaten. The 32-year-old Azinger, who has conv pieted six chemotherapy treatments, said he pi vined to return to competition in the RGA in August, possibly eviler. NBA Playoff results, Canyon Middle School astrict track results. ■Tueeday.May17.l994 taofti Day ■To talk with Sports Edita Sean Burgess about Sports Day, call 625-9144, ext. 23. SCORES Comal Bowl High Scores for the Week of May 2 — May 8 WOMEN Nancy Herndon—623,246; Doris Fox—611, 210; Lots Driebrodt— 587,206; Claudia Sportsman—582, 2021; Lois Driebrodt—567, 193; Margie Spaeth—565, 219; Luis Driebrodt—564, 204; Martha Richter—550, 205; Margaret Eckart—546, 201; Nancy Herndon—544,210, Manlyn Costell— 533, 194; Kim Stange—529, 207; Lots Driebrodt—519, 197; Cheryl Brandenburg—515, 198; Nancy Howard—513, 218; Gayle Guerrero—512, 187; Missy Ortega-497, 190; Betty Roberts-497,181; Annie Hays—493, 185; Maxine Reininger—479, 168; Amber Wymer—473,184; Dorothy Brici-zke—471,172 MEN Rudy Baerwald—708, 245; Thoms Smith—697, 266; Mike Cochran—667,268; Robert Scott-657, 257; Donald Stange -654, 257; Doug Babb-629, 231; Brent Borgfeld—614, 218; Rick Ramirez—609, 213; Robert Taber—607, 236; Les Willoughby—606, 205; Frank Ortega Jr.— 594, 216; Henry Chestnut—574, 205; Henry Chestnut—573. 235; Duane Marcum—544,193 SENIORS Esther Post—504, 210; Mildred Beck—501,179; Use Poole-488, 175; Agnes McFarland-485,199; Jim Gwinn—608, 222; Ronald Johnson—597, 220; John Wor-nell—567, 220, George Ludwig— 567,190 JR-ADULT Kim Stingo—536,192; Jennifer Morgan—403,    150;    Mike Driscoll—625,221; James Olson-643. 238 PEEWEES Jacob Lain—167, 87; Justin Howard—165,98 BANTAMS Bethany Endahl -147,76; aman-da Milano—133, 73; Austin Quinn—176, 93; Ross Dwulet— 197,103 PREPS Jennifer Watson—405, 144; Christina Faust—374,147; Michael Minor—356, 130, Casey Olson— 301,127 JR-SR Katie Faust—642, 217; Amber Duncan—404,158; Jimmy Olson-569, 224; Albert Munizr—557,211 May Special • pay reg. price first three games • all after only COMAL BOWL 625-6263 Cougarette spikers sign dotted line By SEAN BURGESS Sports Editor______ The 1993 Canyon High volleyball team had an impressive year going 33-4 and advancing to the regional finals. Seven months later four players off that team have been claimed by Texas colleges. Monday afternoon Kristi Welch and Courtney Caddell signed scholarships to play at Alvin Junior College. Sarah Tyler signed earlier with St. Edwards and Kirsten Gelders was netted by Texas Women’ College. The duo of Welch and Caddell will once again be teammates 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 challenge," Caddell said. "We already have a workout plan and Tm looking forward to getting in great shape. Tm ready to play college ball." "It will be different because you play all year in college," Welch said "Plus you have to study and keep your grades up." One thing Welch says she will miss is her home at Canyon. "It will be tough being so far from home,” she said "It’s been a wonderful experience for me at Canyon. I would stay at Canyon for the rest of my life if I could" Caddell will also take a suitcase of memories with her to her new home court "We had a very successful year this year," she said "It’s been a great experience and now it’s time to move oa" Herald-Zeiiung photo by JOHN HUSETH Where do I sign? Kristi Welch (seated right) and Courtney Caddell (seated left) wrapped up their high school volleyball careers at Canyon yesterday by signing scholarships to play at Alvin Junior College next year. The pair were members of the Cougarette squad that went 33-4 last year and advanced to the regional finals. Also present at th# signing wars Courtney’s parents Charlie and Bonnie Caddell (back row, loft), Canyon Heed Coach Donna Boehle and KrlstlVmom Beverly Welch (back row, L-R). Caddell and Watch wars two defensive stoppers tor Canyon * last ysar combining tor a total of 595 digs. Senior Little League of New Braunfels (14 & 15 year old division) W    L Indians    2    0 Royals    1    ,    CL. Orioles    1 White Sox    1    JKI Rangers    CW    0 Athletics    rnrn.    0 Yankees Tigers    0    1 Major NL Brewers indians Phillies Padres Reds Marins Blue Jays Rockies Pee Wee NL Twins Tigers Mariners CaitRnals Giants Red Sox Pirates Rangers Mets Junior Little League of New Braunfels (13 year old division) Dodgers Braves Giants® Phillies Cardinals Pirates ^ Reds®! Rockies Minor NL Dodgers Braves Athletics "'ft    •• IBebe Ruth Baseball League M VFW defeated the Seguin Reds 9-6 last Wednesday right Chris Rivera held the Reds to one run on two hits Tri three innings of work on the mound and at the plate Tie drove In the first two runs for VFW. Jason Luna finished the game on the mound fa VFW with three strong innings not allowing a hit He had plenty of help from his defense, including a triple play. Catcher Jason Clark started the play By catching a tiird strike and throwing put a runner attempting to steal third; third baseman Aaron Stoll then relayed to second baseman Chad Konnemer who tagged out the runner trvinq to advance from first and complete the most exciting play ion baseball^ UIL 4A State Golf results AUSTIN (AP) — The final results of the boys and girls Class 4A golf state tournament concluded Friday in Austin The boys competition was reduced to 18 liolcs after Friday’s second round was canceled due lo severe weather. The girls completed 27 holes in the team and medalist competitions. Final Individual Standings Brandt Kicschnick, Bay City    7* Mark McEntire, Austin Anderson    Ti Matt Dobyns, Austin Westlake    73 Hank Kuehne, Dallas Highland Park    Ti Rusty Shannon, Port Neches-Groves    73 Mike Fox, Austin Anderson    74 Scott Walker, Austin Anderson Ramey Kimbrough, Plainview Casey Cronin, Rockwall    75 Jimmy Walker, New Braunfels Canyon 76 John Wagner, Austin Westlake    76 Rob Parks, Dallas Highland Park    76 Edward Lost, Rockwall    76 Robert Shelton, Rockwall    76 Johnathan Moseley, Stephenville    78 Derrick Pursley, Andrews    78 Ben Clark, Austin Westlake    78 HarafrZaiajng photo by JOHN HUSETH jason Winger!, Dallas Highland Park    78 tathmm Jimmy Wataar of Canyon flnlihtd tied for 10th In tho ama.    Chad English, Plainview    78 ;

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