New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 26, 1994, Page 7

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July 26, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas V - ■Tuesday, July 26,1994 I5 Sports Day *5 ■ To talk with Sports Editor Sean Burgess I* about Sports Day, call 625-9144, ext. 24. ' .......... .fell#7th MWG STRETCH July 261976: Edwin Moses wins the gold medal at the Montreal Olympic Games. 1Moses showed the world that he has been keeping to himself all atong-thQt he's the finest 400-meter hurdler ever. Running in his tinted prescription glasses, Moses burned the field in 47.64 seconds, slicing almost two-tenths off the record.* -Pat Putnam Aug. 2,197*.■ Lands Park has four tournaments In the next month * Junior City Championships: August 5 the Junior City Championships will be held. The tournament will begin at 9:30 arn and is open to all county residents between the ages of 6-18.* Senior/Junior Championships: August 14 the Senior/Junior Championships will be held. The tournament will begin at 10 am and is open to all senior/Junior partners.* Ladles City Championships: September 13-15 will be the Ladies Qty Championships. It will tee-off at 10 arn. * Men's City Championships: August 17,18 will be the Men's City Championships. The event will begin at 10 am. (lf you have any questions on these or any other upcoming activties at Landa Park Golf Course contact the Pro Shop at 608-2174.) Softball tourney ■ Wild Bunch to host tournament The first ever Wild Bunch Softball Tournament is set for Sunday. August 7. The tournament is for Class C and D softball teams and will begin at 8 am. at the Comal Park Softball Fields. The entry fee is $90 per team and there will be a food and drink booth. For more information on how to register your team contact Daniel Chapa at 629-1254. Football ■ Unicom season football detests lo go on sale Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, August 9 for all season ticket holders. These tickets will be sold from 8 a.m.-noon and from 1-3 p.m. The general public can purchase tickets starting August 18-26. The times will be the same as above. Prices: Reserved seats are $25 and Students are $10. ■ Reg Football registration coming Flag Football is a game for children in the first through sixth grades. Players wear belts with attached flags A player is “down* when his flag has been taken by an opponent. The league rules allow every player to handle the ball during a game. Teams are formed using the neighborhood or school method. Players living near each other are put on the same team. This reduces the method of travel. Each team has 10-12 players The game is divided into four 10 minute quarters Eight players are on the field at one time. Each players must play quarterback during the season No player can be in the backfield for more than two quarters during a game Every player must play a minimum of two quarters. Registration tor the league will be Saturday, August 20 or Saturday August 27 from 9 a m. -12 p m. at Victoria Bank and Trust Center, 100U North Walnut Street. The C06t is $15 Projected season, Sept. 18-Nov 2 ■ rn •' , *' / SBS PBI Majors and Juniors win with their backs against the wall llfefe'- rf _ ■MMM «t * a. Mf -*% | From staff reports Hie New Braunfels M^jcr League All-Stars, who are in a must win situation after falling to the loser's bracket in their first game at the Sectional tournament, did exactly wha they had to do last night against Balcones. They won. Bradley George was the man in control for NB as he pitched the complete game 4-3 victory. George was on his game all nightie he scattered five hits and struck out seven in his six innings of work. Despite his great performance, the first inning was a shaky one for George. Balcones scored all three of their runs in the inning on a single and a pair of home runs. But after that, George and the NB defense settled down and shut out the Balcones squad. In the second inning, NB got the offense crankit j thanks to the swing of Jarred Fellers. Fellas led the inning off with a round-tripper. That seemed to ignite the rest of the NB all-stars as Cody Reimer singled, George singled, Cody Ertoen singled to score Austin Herring who was pinch-running for Reimer, Ty Johnson then singled to score George. Then Andy Schmid reached on a fielders choice and Erie Sultemeier aid Chip Adams walked, the second of which scored Johnson and sent NB ahead 4-3. The rest of the game would be a pitchers duel. George got a single in the third inning but that would be all the offense NB saw the rest of the game. Balconet would fair no better as George never had to face more than five batters in any one inning after the first. He finished the game by sulking out the side in the sixth inning. In Saturday's game, Sultemeier went the distance on the mound giving up the four runs on seven hits in NB's 4-2 loss. Erie Sultemeier of the New Braunfels Amerleen Major Leegue All-Store togo out a runner In Dietrlet action. NB won (Metric! end Ie J now two gamee away from winning Secttonale. They defeated Balconee 4-3 leat night and face Round Rook tonight at 6 pm In that game, Balcones scored three runs in the second inning and never looked back. The three runs came on a home run. Balcones scored another run in the third inning before the NB defense took over, holding them scoreless the rest of the way. Down 4-0 going into the final frame, NB was not about to go down easy as they rallied for a pair of runs before falling to Balcones. Sultemeier started things off with a double and would later come around to score on a single from Jarred Fellers. Fellers then came in to score on some good baserunning and overthrows by Balcones. Sunday afternoon, NB got five innings on the mound from Ty Johnson and one from Bradley George in their 8-3 win. The tone was set early as Kerrville loaded the bases in the fust inning, but were held scoreless as the NB defense tightened. In the bottom of the first, NB scored four mils. Andy Schmid and Erie Sultemeier readied on errors and Chip Adams walked, before Fellers brought them in when he got on base on another Kerrville error. NB pushed two more runs in the third inning as Adams walked and Fellers and Gay Coleman both singled. In the fifth, NB scored two more runs on a double by Adams and a sacrifice fly by Cody Reimer. Fellers scored on a base hit by Ryan* Mechler. NB finished the game with eight runs on five I hits and four Kerrville errors.    \ a■ Juniors SIMI home for win After dropping their first game Friday, the; New Braunfels Junior League All-Stars needed • to win Saturday to stay alive in the Sectional * tournament. They then found themselves down', 8-6 going into the final irming.But they refused; to give up and scored three runs in the finalJ inning to win the game 9-8. The final run was a • steal of home by Jared Moore. t i ....... ■    "     ""*t Top-notch hoopster Lathon officially makes move from ’Backer to End SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The experiment is over. Lamar Lathon is now a defensive end. Lathon, a linebacker throughout his four seasons with the Houston Oilers, shuffled between linebacker and defensive end drills last week, but found himself permanently at defensive end on Monday. A good performance in Saturday’s scrimmage against the Dallas Cowboys and thin depth a defensive end led to Lathon's change, and he's accepted the challenge to prove he’s up to the task. i i “One way, I'll be behind and my stats may not ber good for the athlete I am, but secondly it looks goodi on my resume," Lathon said. "Here's a guy that can! play linebacker, drop in coverage and take on tack-! les and rush the passer."    J The Oilers have enough depth at linebacker to* enable Lathon to move to the sparse defensive end; group, which lost Sean Jones and William Fuller to* free agency and Lee Williams is slowed with a con-1 Uniting knee injury.    ! Hwaid-Zttjng photo by JOHN HUSETH rsduata. oomootM In tho o    Bather11    gam#    loot mgm. owrn, who win dm pnyiny Mi incMrnniM word vqumqm tim ai bmioovi, hod o loom high lour oooloto for tho South oquod. But thot woo not enough to load tho South to vtelory os tho North corno out on top 11*49. Kyle Rogers pumped In 39 pointe for tho winning teem. Storre oleo hod oevon pointe on 3-7 shooting from the floor end 1-3 from the line. Funeral services for Houston j Yates great Luther Booker set I game, losing to Dallas Lake Highlands, 19-6. Booker retired from Yates in 1988, but emerged in I 1990 to resurrect die football program at Prairie* I View AAM University, which had been abolished because of financial and management probieftis the J included criminal charges.    • Booker, a Prairie View alumnus, resigned as • coach in 1991 after recruiting enough players for suc- HOUSTON (AP) — Funeral services are set for Friday for Luther Booker, a prolific high school football coach who led Houston Yates to 15 consecutive playoff berths and the 1985 Gass SA championship. Booker’s daughter, Annette Booker, said her father died early Monday at Hermann Hospital after a lengthy heart-related illness. He was 65. Booker coached for 31 years in the Houston Independent School District, his last 18 seasons a Yates. The Lions were 168-36-6 under him. They qualified for die playoffs in IS consecutive seasons and won 50-strsight district games from 1977-86. Yates, led by Johnny Bailey's 190-yard mshing performance, won the Gass SA championship in 1985 with a 37-0 victoiy over Odessa Permian. The fide completed the first 16-0 season ever in Gass SA. The 1965 Yates team, later named team of the 1980s by Texas Football magazine, holds state records for most points scored in the regular season (452) and full season (659). Booker's Lions also played in the 1981 state UUe cessor Ronald Beard to field the first Tigers' team in; # three years. Annette Booker said her father touched the lives;! of thousands of young men during his career. Many'; of them called Monday to express (heir condolences,!; she said.    I; "They've been calling all day long from every- J • where." Ms. Booker said.    ;' Awake was planned for Thursday at Barnett SU-; I dium, Yates’ home field. Funeral services were • I expected to be held Friday a Winder Village Unit- *; cd Methodist Church. Booker is survived by his wife, Garrett; son • Guy; daughters Annette and Trois; sister Bessie I Collins; and four grandsons. New Braunfels tennis standout Alastar Jenkin is representing Texas this week in Zone Championships From staff reports Alastar Jenkin of New Braunfels has been selected to represent the Texas Tennis Associe-ton a the UST A Boys' and Girls' 12 Zone Team Championships in Oklahoma City July 23-29. This Prestigious event brings together players from Texas, Missouri Valley, Northwestern and Intermountain Tennis Associations in a team forma designed lo showcase the best of the 12-and-under tennis players in this pan of the county- Rom a total field of 700 12S players currently participating in the ITA 12S program, 30 boys and 30 girls will represent the Texas section and will join approximately IOO other 12S competitors a the event. Players, parents and coaches will converge on Oklahoma City for the week-kxg a the Girls'12 Challenge Gip, the which will culminate in the selection of 12 Orts and 12 boys to advance to the USTAfryf^ event in this age division, to be held Ammi 15-21, in Boca Raton, Florida ;

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