New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 17, 1994, Page 9

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July 17, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas ' *V«* fete    • -. *' r:: fWHKi:’ 11    ;m    ; *\-’v-r    '7. ■■■K;.--0:" '.wr-ii';:.,‘SWMJ ^>1^-1;- :■    '    *    .»••••*.. gr^A-e;; >¥* — - PW July 17I IHI: Jo* DNUgglo hNs wMy bi ■/vcora juui Swiignt gMM.■ IRsr (to Ans there escape \tvrn the magnetic force that drew \1hm to their radios to hear the news I AAMAl teflhJSlMfewte jHalgMK g|Aag^ariwUriCor report tn$ grim nows Of war in Europe and then, at soma point ti the program, odd Joe    '■\DiMaggbgotahttoday.: ■My IT, IMI. FootballI CoNbqb hoop# coffling to th# ■ The Spurs marketing 8k*ary, SAOne and Del- ■ Wilber Associates announced that the 11995 7UP Shoot-Out wi be played on Sun-1 I day, February 19,19951 attheAlamodome. I The neutral site non-conference dou-[NehoackirwWfaaliireniitBtanfino^xjl^o# action as the Maryland Terrapins battle the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Temple OMS tipoff against the Texas Longhorns. ABC Sports, through relationship with Raycom, will regionally televise the 1995 7UP Shoot-Out. Last year ate Terrapins were a surprise ■Stetson Sweet Stetson contestant and finished the! I season ranked 25th nationally (USA Today). Theyw« rely on aophomore sen- T r < ic k New Braunfels' Kelly Koksma captured ■ a first and two seconds at the AAU Tri- m Stets Region track meet at San /Yitonio's B Northaide Track..    I Koksma finished first in the 20&meter ■ dash,docking a 24.83. She posted sec- ■ ondsm both the 100m and 400m races. ■ with times of 12.06 and 56.96 seconds. {§ Al three times were personal bests fa rn tie outstanding runner from NBHS. ■ “The distance between first and second rn was real dose; said her trainer, Pete rn Rftas.Yfe'11 work on dosing that gap." The meet included athletee from Texa Oklahoma, and Louisiana. Kokamt WI OM am in ta AAU NMkyKto In Ortando, Ra., Aug. 5*. Soccer■ Mu* Hkio IKM «youii ms «M-urintfltaHHNitt WflN^ VB SiIV IfSnP IWP The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club MI hold select tryouts tor the Bus Blitz COMPO* I and ll} aoooer teams at the H€-B Boocar Compton on Saturday, July la Any boy a girt who meets the age raauiremants and to interested in otovina competent level soccer should attend Ste one-day tryout at the appropriate time la theKS^ (jdrthdates Auoust 1,1963-ly 31,1984)end Under 12(bkthdates 1,1962-July 31,1963) boys and I jgftopuid report between 9 am-11a.m. -^■B morning, while the Under 13 * :|Tl961-July31,1962) and Under 1- IWWuly 31,1961) boys ^^fMshouid report between 1 p.m-3 I pm saturday afternoon. M Boys and grit In ha Under 15 (August 1, Wmmmmmmmm under ie 1979-July 31,1960) and in the (August 1,1976duly 31,1979) age groups MI be revtowed between 3 p.m.-5 pm The Under 19 boys and girts Mi be judged between 5 pm end 7 pm Interested players should be registered wHhNBYSC. Forms MI be amiable la those na registered a cen be picked up et Vivroux Sporing Goodland moled to NBY8C Reg*. Wi WDpB NDml. M ptoyn MUd com* tqulppw Wh ■Nnouvdii a Mi and MMT. Than* pogram la coacted by Ed Par-ry el Mi AnaontAOuMliad awarn wa i awtot Pinyon islictlonof pieyers. # I For tofiiof miormatfon, contect ooaoh at (210) 732-3798auctor Garcia at•KST”' New Braunfels American League All-Stars beat Seguin 13-6, capture title By SEAN BURGESS Sports Editor_ Heratd-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSEH Itew Braunfels American League Ail Star shortstop Andy Schmid stotes safely Into home ahead of a tog from Beguin catcher Shane Stuart to acorn the erat run of the American League All Star's 13-6 victory over Beguin. Schmid reached base on a leadoff double in the first inning and scored on an errant throarby the Seguin rlghtflektor after a single by catcher Chip Adams. Domination. That's the word that best describes the New Braunfels American M^jor League All-Stars after they completed an undefeated District 31 Nath Zone Tournament Friday night with a 13-6 whipping of Seguin. The win vaults NB into a three game series with Yoakum, who also went undefeated in capturing the South Zone tide. The winner of that series will be the District 31 champions and will then move on to the next round in Round Rock. The first game with Yoakum was Saturday night and ran past the Her-ald-Zeitung deadline. Results will be in Tuesday's edition of the Herald. Friday night NB ga a strong pitching performance from Ty Johnson fa the win. Johnson scattered five hits in five-one-third innings, striking out eight and walking six. Bradley George came in to mead the final two outs fa NB. On the offensive end NB came out with big bats in the first two innings scoring IO runs, and then cruised the rest of the way. Shortstop Andy Schmid got it going with a leadoff double to the gap in right-centerfield in the first inning. Two batters later Chip Aduns singled and Schmid came around to score on an errant throw by the right fielder. Then Jarred Fellers walked, Cody Reimer hit a screamer through the shortstop and all the way to the fence to score Adams and Fellers. The next batter, Bradley George, drew a walk, Reimer and George scored the other two runs in the inning. The second inning was more of the same fa NB as Eric Sultemeier doubled, Adams and George singled, Fellers reached on an error and Reimer walked. They would all eventually cone around to touch home plate to give NB a 10-0 lead after two innings. Johnson was dominant early recording perfect innings in the first and second, striking out four in the process. Seguin pushed two runs across in the third, fourth and fifth innings, but the game was never in question. NB added a pair of runs in the fourth inning when Sultemeier ripped a two-RBI double. The hit brewght Clay Coleman, who had walked, and Johnson, who had reached on an error around to score. Lon; J can be a fisherman’s nightmare I Mf you're a freshwater^^^^^H fisherman, summer- ["*• A SM time can be one of the worst limes of the year to fish. The long hot days heat up the water so much that fish [* ' become dormant and seek cooter water. Either they head to heavy cover, a they move tenth I into deeper cooter water, aaa----- wailful This ta typical for all spcciet of freshwater game fish during the summer. Locating these fish can be difficult, unless you head to Lake Livingston. * I just returned from a trip fishing in the south end of Livingston. Idling over an underwater ridge located on the southeast side of.. Pine Island, I watched my depth finder fa schools of fish. The weather was atypical fa this time of year. With four foot waves rolling down the Lake, it made it quite wa as we followed the ridge.",*. Then in water from 25-30 feet deep, the electronics drew a huge dark cloud of soiid fish. We dropped a marker buoy on the water and shut the big engine off. The first drop with a one ounce jigging spoon resulted in a nice white bass, about 1-1/4 pounds. Before I’d released this fish, the boat had drifted about 50 yards from the marker. The electronics were still drawing fish. The next drop I hooked another keeper white before the spoon hit the bottom.. • The fish were bunched up in a school over IOO yards long. By now I’d drifted off the area so I cranked up and returned to the marker. Once again I hooked up. Each tune I dropped the heavy metal spoon in the school I felt a solid (hung). Mott of the fish were white bass, but there woe some stripers mixed with them that would go about three pounds. This type of fishing is called spoon jigging and works equally weU in the winter when (Uh locate themselves in deep water. It is highly effective technique that is very easy to learn. Besides having a good heavy action rod and reel you must have a quality depth finder. Ifs good unit is drawing deep water fish you should be able to score big with a little practice. Short quick hops just off the bottom with the spoon usually ga the best results. Most strikes will come while the spoon is falling. For a free Texas Angler bumper sucker, said a self-addressed stamped envelope to The Texas Angia, P.O. Box 310601, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-0601. (Keith Warren is the host of The Texas Angia Television Show, which broadcasts statewide. Catch The Texas Anglo’ locally on KMOL at 6:30 am on Saturday, and on Sunday mornings at 11:30 arn ai HSE. Fa more information contact The Texas Angler at (210)625-3474.) Smithson Valley to hold ‘Sneak Preview’ NB Juniors roll to victories From staff reports Football, volleyball, team tennis, cross country, basketball and soccer players to be recognized From Mf mw* The start will be there.    I The cameras will be flashing.    I And everyone ii to the Smithson Val-I ley High School Athletic non*- club's "Sneak Pre-view" on Saturday, August 13 at Banga Stadium. Thii will be a day thatBMMi the entire Smithton Valley High School community will enjoy,:" said VivianHgHgf Morales, Booster Clubfe^-;^ president. "Well have fun, foobalL volleyball and a^^^| tot more. An OU hriikn Comunity picnic ii Rawer Sadhus wffl Mow a ll un. A ping. feiM* consisting of a hamburger, cfepa, loft drink and a alice of watermelon can be purchased fa SISO by mf $i by ftTHto— Beginning n Hi30 im, Smithton .Valley athletes fran ill fall and winter aporia will ba ■ Hghachoa football, volleyball, team tetetoi croft country, ttetetoMI and and danse team nwnben, will be tatoo- ga a glimpse of the upcoming football and volleyball seasons, and ga to know the athletes from all of the fall and wtn-icr toots," Mattel laid. "The Booster Club will aponia another 'Mea the athletes' liter this year fa spring sports (baseball, softball, golf, track and individual tennis); Tfeam and individual photographs for football va- IjMikell fun Immm nL icy wi»mm icxbiis* cricer* leaden and dance lean will be taken (hiring the day's activities. Morales alto encouraged all parents to bring their The New Braunfels Junior League All-Stars are an a roll. After falling to the loser's bracket a week ago, the NB team has reeled off three straight victories and has n^f|»pnw(< feOr flPpQPBgi 38-8 Tuewky night Luling was the victim as NB romped to a 16-2 win. The key that night was pitching fa NB SS I >»ling only managed mif hit in the game. Derrick Sassenhagen Josef Antosh and Mark Noble com bined fa the NB gem. On offense NB scored four runs in the first inning. Jason Hunt, Reed Boyd, Erie hovelson and Noble all scored. Boyd and Noble reached on singles and Hovelson was on with a double. In the second inning, NB struck fa four more runs. David Gillis, Boyd, Hovelson ani Noble did the NB added three in the third, two in the fifth and three in the sixth to end the scoring. Wednesday night the NB express moved to Lockhart. There they steamroUed lo a 17-1 win. Lockhart scored in the first inning and was shut down after that. Marie Molina, Gillis, Chs Bartlett and Hovelson combined fa the fantom pitching The offense was becked by a four nm first inning that tow Jonathon Meurin, Boyd, Hovelson and Clifton Fischa cron home plate. They also scored four in the third inning when Boyd, Hunt. Meurin and Hovelson scored Thursday night it was back on the diamond fa NB, this time against San Marcos. NB held off a late San Marcos rally to win the game 5-4. NB heida 5-2 lead going into the bottom of the seventh inning. San Marcos was na going out without a fight, however, as they scored two runs bat couldn't ga by NB. Hovdsan, Sassenhagen and Gillis did the job fa NB on the mound while Noble was behind the plate. Hovelson scored whit woad to# into the game-winning run in fly seventh inning after reaching Ona walk. Meurin picked up the RBL» cameras for a MMMtohte tewptoot "For the first time, we ll be offering advertisements in toots program. Monies said "This win be a good chance to ga a snapshot and purchase a personal ad for your son a daughter." Canyon football camp I about to shift into gear From staff reports hi adonai to program advertising^ ^MMB^HMlub also will he tolling spirit hem#, footfall season tickets art amity pasta and member* This will hi evoyatei chance to steps. Ranger fans also will be able lo vd-urtfwr fa Booster CH1** rooroMfesifofl participants to get a great start on he 1994 season as we!. as begin their <908dMcMgt»    « AU participants are to bring something m$mm> BL and drink during the break. Approx • jpraite dress would be shorn, t shirt and ; running shoes.There will be a fee of $20i #1:^ An application and a waiva must be signed by a guardian before in athlete it allowed to participate. The CimP Directa ii Liny Nowa* Head Coach at Canyon High School; ^%^®w®.Make checks to Canyon Cougars Food attention by their own coach. This camp will enable OI baU Camp. HCR 3 Box 6R, 78130. ;

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