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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Aug Sports Day talk with Sports Editor Michael Condiff about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 H o r i I Sports Day Page 6 STRETCH Aug 14 1984 Pete Rose gets his base hit He does not hit home runs often or steal many bases or field and throw exceptionally well but he plays the way the ancients tell us the game should be played sci entifically yet with Football NBYFFL holds registration The New Braunfels Youth Flag Football League will conduct registra tion Aug 20 and Aug 27 from 9 noon at Victoria Bank Trust Center 1000 N Walnut St Kids entering the 1st through 6th grades are eligible Cost is per player Teams will be coached by New Braunfels and Canyon high school foot ball players Games will be on Sundays and practices on Thursdays The season is projected to run from Sept 18Nov 20 For further information contact Bob Janca at 6290985 Police football signups underway New Braunfels this year will join the Fraternal Order of Police Youth Football League an organization sponsored by the Hill Country Lodge No 23 of the Fraternal Order of Police in San Marcos The league will field 22 fullcontact be from will be three teams the Aggies Toros and Bears for ages and 10 There will also be three teams for ages and 12 Other teams in the league will come from San Marcos Wimberley Kyle Buda Luling and Lockhart Games will be played on Saturdays Registration will be held Aug 20 from 9 for returning New Braunfels Youth Football players only at the Landa Rec Center On Aug 27 new players interested in joining the league may register Bowling Fall bowling leagues forming Comal Bowl fall leagues are now organizing There are openings for men women and youth teams for day or night leagues For further information contact Donald Stange at 6256263 or 609 1033 Seniors gather for tournament Senior Bowlers from across the state will gather at Comal Bowl in New Braunfels and Sunset Lanes in San Marcos this weekend for the second half of the 14th annual Texas State Senior Tournament The first round of the tournament was held July 3031 After the first round City Slickers of New Braunfels was in 4th place in Team Division I City Slickers had a score of combined with a handicap of 540 for a overall score 62 points behind the Team Division I leader Preciosity out of Beaumont Charity tournament set The Lutheran Brotherhood Cedar Branch No 8886 will hold its 2nd annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Woodlands Golf Club near Canyon Lake on Sept 17 The tournament with a 9 tee time and fourman team scramble for mat is sponsored for Project KISS Kids in Safe Surroundings to benefit the Canyon Lake Community Youth Recreation Center Entry fee is per player and includes green fees cart and prizes All proceeds raised will be matched up to by Cedar Branch No 8886 For further information contact Trish Wyatt at 9644488 or Greg Gunderson at 6200131 Messersmith struck major blow to owners hi 75 A couple of thoughts on the Major League Players strike now in its third day or fans who say the players are excessively greedy and spoiled think with their hearts instead of their theyre just hypocritical If someones willing to pay million a year why shouldnt the players ask for it You would I would Id ask for million a Harrier jet a years sup ply of Blue Bells Natural Vanilla Bean and a chance to do a nude scene with Michelle Pfeiffer if I thought someone would give it to me Which they might If youre searching for the root of base balls current financial situation look up a former Los Angeles Dodgers lefthander named Andy Messersmith the father of free agency Michael Condiff On Dec arbitrator Peter Seitz ruled that as all Major League offer his services to any club in the league after playing for one year under a renewed contract The decision emancipated the players who previously had led the lives of indentured servants although generally wellpaid ones Before the case clubs had the power to uni laterally renew player contracts yearafter year thereby essentially reserving their tal ents for as long as the club wished In his book Inside the Strike Houston lawyer and player agent Randal Hendricks likens the clubs preMessersmith posture to that of the Soviet Union in Cold Wartimes In both Hendricks writes the cit izens players could not freely exit reenter or move within the He added I found it outrage that the United States of America would follow and support that Soviet model in the sports Interesting analogy This thing could last a long time Owners say 19 Major League clubs are losing money and that without a salary cap the financial wells will eventually dry up for smallermarket clubs like San Diego and Milwaukee Theyre holding up the Padres recent threeyear talent firesale which included the likes of Fred McGriff and Roberto Alomar as an example of an organi zation that simply cant afford to keep its best players The Major League players meanwhile have heard salarycap sob stories from their National Football League counterparts who agreed to one a year ago and are stuck with it until the year and arent about to make what they perceive to be the same mistake The NFLs cap has resulted in reduced salaries for many players especially mid range veterans The stars and prospects are still earning large sums but those inbetween have suffered The almosteducated hunch here is that if the strike lasts beyond the second week in September there will be no playoffs no World Series possibly no spring training come February For now there is public pressure to retch an agreement quickly and salvage whats left of the seasoa But if the season dies John Q P will simply turn his attention to football and hockey and basketball and leave base balls opposite sides embroiled in a staring match over a long cold winter With the exception of Deon Sanders wholl be returning kicks in the NFL by mid October Betonit Nobody asked but heres a vote for the players returning to work finishing this sea son in which Tony Gwynn could hit 400 and Matt Williams could break the home run record and the Rangers could win the World Series despite a losing then giving the owners a great big seeya Let the fans relish in pennant races this fall and then disappear but please none of this seasonus interruptus It leaves everyone unsatisfied Michael Condiff is the Sports Editor of the New Braunfels Unicorns dominate at S A Lee HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Canyon s Kim Brunette skies for a In the Cougarattos scrimmage with Converse Judson on Friday CHS played host to ttw fourteam which also Involved Round Rock and Marshall The Cougarettes also scrimmaged at Austin Bowie on Saturday By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor Everything New Braunfels High School yarsily volleyball coach Claudia Perry saw Saturday she liked The Unicorns dominated a fourteam scrimmage at San Antonio Lee as they continued preparations for Thursdays 1994 season opener against Kerrville Tivy We had terrific team effort and per formance Perry said No official score was kept but of course we kept it ourselves and we scored significantly more than our opponents did It was a very dominant Perry said the Unicorns excelled hi all areas against Lee Holmes and Edison high schools I was really excited about the aggres siveness of our offense we really attacked the Perry said We worked a lot on communication The defense was it was just a great team Perry said the Unicorns showed more balance on the court than the team has enjoyed in recent seasons We took 10 girls down there and they all played and found a way to con she said Everyone was out standing I couldnt see any New Braunfels will scrimmage again Monday at San Antonio Churchill SA MacArthur will also be involved in the session Churchill is supposed to be really loaded with talent this Perry said Theyre always a state tournament con tender but this year theyre supposed to have a lot of experienced mature girls out there who really know how to play And MacArthur is a perennial playoff team So we should get a real good test on Smithson Valley High Schools Ran geretles had their first scrimmage action Season Tarafty 6 Varsity 7ftht WEDNESDAY Sraithson Valley vs Dripping Springs Junior Varsity Bnainfels vs Kerrville Tivy Freshmen 5 PJIU Junior J Varsi ty on Friday at Dripping Springs in a ses sion that also involved Bastrop and Coach Margaret Mitcham said her team struggled considerably against Drip ping Springs the Rangerettes oppo nent in the season opener Wednesday But we picked things up a bit against Bastrop and Elgin which was good to Mitcham saui Dripping Springs has a lot of tradition lots of banners on the walls and everything so theyre not just any other team We had a bit of a hard time against them but were still making lots of improvement from day to day Im really looking forward to the start of the season so we can see how we look when theres something on the Canyon hosted a fourteam scrimmage with Marshall Converse Judson and Round Rock on Friday The Cougarettes also scrimmaged at Austin Bowie on Saturday The Cougarettes 334 a year ago will be the first Comal County team to open the 1994 season when they play host to San Marcos on Tuesday The freshmen team will start the action at 5 pm followed by the JV at 6 and the varsity at 7 Sulphur Springs tops 4A in AP preseason schoolboy football poll From staff reports Northeast Texas power Sulphur Springs tops Class 4A in the 1994 Associated Press Preseason High School Football Poll voted on by sportswriters and broad casters around the state Sulphur Springs received 12 of a possible 32 first place votes to earn 266 points 38 ahead of defending 4A champion Stephenville McKinney was third Sher man fourth and La Marque fifth District 284A con tender Bastrop received eight points Aldine MacArthur topped Class 5A with 291 points and 19 firstplace votes while Cuero led 3A with 21 firstplace votes Schulenberg heads the Class 2A list with Thomdal the preseason favorite in Class A The season begins Sept 1 Associated Press 1994 ProSeason High School Football The Associated Press preseason high school lootbal poll for the 1994 regular season with firstplace votes last record last seasons initial standing and points based on 10987654321 Voting is by a panel 01 sportswrters and 1410 132 1 a GregoryPortland 640 127 x 9 Austin Reagan 830 50 x 10 CC Caltllen 1310 49 Archer City 911 Bg 1211 187 g 1420 176 9 receiving voces Andrews 34 Southlake Carroll 1021 166 7 Groveton 115 Record Pis Pvs 1240 291 740 208 3 lewisville 4 150 1 193 9 4 Dallas Carter 2 1110 164 1 S Converse Judson 1302 147 2 6 Spring WeslSeld 761 133 Park 25 Dallas Hnlcroa 23 West OrangeStark 20 Austin LBJ 16 Jacksonville 12 Bay City 10 Bastrop 8 Jasper 7 SA Sam Houston 6 Denison 3 Sweetwater 3 Brenham 1 Mercedes 1 3A 1231 304 x 103O 272 9 aGnesvllep 1220 210 East Bernard 920 103 x 9 Pilot Point 1410 101 3 10 Grand Saline St x Also receiving votes Hubbard 18 Post 18 Freer 15 Cisco 10 DiHey 1 10 Tidehaven 10 Aubrey 7 Honey Grovi 7 McGregor 8 Kerens 5 Riesel 5 Stratford 5 Mason 4 Big Sandy 3 Harrtin 3 New Diana 3 Wall 3 DeLeon 2 Mart 2 Grandviaw 1 Gunter 1 Iraan 1 850 119 1034 B Rich Lake Highlands 940 108 Columbus 1221 A 9 Euless Trinity 1310 70 Jefferson 1020 92O 291 x 10 AbSene Cooper 1031 47 x Also receiving votes Austin Weslake 39 Piano 34 Longview 33 Odessa Permian 30 Mesqule 15 Deer Park 14 Galveston Ball 14 Arlington Sam Houston 13 Killeen 13 Victoria 13 DeSao 9 Grapevine 9 Temple 9 Mission 4 Beaumont West Brook 1 Piano East 1120 us a Sweeny 10M 87 9 Carruo Springs 660 94 10 Amarilo River Road 1020 63 Also receiving votes Commerce 20 PA Austin 20 Crockett 19 Tatum 13 Ballinger 12 Cameron 12 Slalon 12 Sinlon Sudan 6 142O 217 8 3 1411 218 2 4 Ovarian 1 gii igg 4 6 Crawford 1220 190 5 561 eo 128 8 Rosen 921 78 CUM4A 1220 266 i 2 1600 228 5 202 Sherman 3 183 x 5 La Marque 2 1410 166 2 6 Lamv Consolidated 1 1111 159 7 Lindale 6 AVaradoS Hermit 5 Lampasas 5 UllleUd 5 Graham 3 MadisonvUe 3 Marlin 3 Port Isabel 3 Springlown 3 Bandera 2 Forney 2 GaJoewater 2 Groesbeck 2 Luling 2 Atlanta 1 Center 1 Deingerfold 1 Forney 1 GtMMU 1 940 306 x 1210 228 920 67 10 Burkevitle tu30 59 Also receiving votes Bartlett 38 Robert Lee 24 Munday 1 17 Runge 11 Cross Plains 8 MartotJ Hocteprings 6 4 Tenaha 4 Deer 4 Ahord 3 Nazareth 3 Ben Bon 2 Colinwim 2 Dunon 2 BkM RxJoe 1 Gushing 1 Petersburg 1 i r   

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