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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Otty talk with Sports Editor Michael Condiff about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 o i I ii n q Sports Day Tuesday Aug 4th AND SHORT Aug 23 1989 Nolan Ryan strikes out his batter He is Citizen Ryan a total pack age He is a family man He is a businessman He is a cowboy He is Nolan Ryan cut from a good bolt of denim cloth and served with a glass of milk andno April 15 1991 Tennis NBTA holds adult tourney The New Braunfels Tennis Association is hosting an adult tennis tournament Aug 28 from 14 at TBarM There will be mixed doubles and levels play Partners will be assigned For further Information contact Cindy Black at 6093433 Volleyball Festival seeking team entries The Holy Family Church will hold its 3rd annual Family Festival Volleyball Tournament Sept 1112 The tournament is fa B League play ers and there is a entry fee per team There will be trophies awarded for first throughthird places For further information contact Mary Esther Rodriguez at 6297239 or call the parish office at 6095320 Lands Ladles weekly results Here are the results of the Landa Ladies Golf Associations play on Wednesday Blend Partners winners were 1 Irene Taylor and Edna Guttery 124 2 Rose Tuseth and Nancy Fevold 125 3 Ruth Pharis and Jean Nancy Fevald shot a 77 over 18 holes combining with her 19 handicap for a 58 net Bowling Ladles league meets Monday The Comal Ladies Monday Afternoon Bowling League will meet at 1 Monday to organize the fall league All membes and persons interested in Joining the league should attend the meeting at Comal Bowl or contact Maxine Reininger at 6253674 Football CHS holds Ice Cream Social The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club will hold its annual Ice Cream Social on Monday at 7 at Cougar Stadium All fall athletes will be introduced and there will be performances by CHS1 awardwinning cheerleaders Aristocats and band Softball ASA tournament seeking entries The 1994 District 40 Industrial Softball Tournament will be played Aug 2728 at the Seguin 4Plex Registration for interested teams will last through Aug 24 There is a entry fee Trophies will be awarded to the first through fourthplace teams as well as individual trophies to members of the first and secondplace units For further Information contact Steve Neumann at 3793399 or David Davidson at 6061124 Soccer Ueerkats tryouts scheduled Tryouts will be conducted for the next two weeks for the BoysDivision II Under11 soccer team For further information contact Coach Ed Salinas at 512 3534849 Sixteen freshmen and Junior varsity volleyball participated ThursdaySaturday in the Valley Tournament Tfa Canyon High freshmen art sml unbeaten on the season after edging Smithson Valley in threegames during Saturdays final It wasthe Rangerettes first toss of the season In thejV bracket Providence walked away with the title but Smithson Valley stopped Canyon in the thirdplace contest Above Bethany Constable left and Michelle Moore react after diving for a ball in thirdplace contest against Canyon At left Canyon players prepare to a Smithson Valley fun shows that even rooting fir the home team can be tiring work fferafdZeitufig photos by TED EASTWOOD Keeping active Comal County volleyball teams continue busy start to 1994 campaign tonight By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor One thing about high school volley ball schedules they get everyone acquainted quickly By the time play ends tonight the Canyon and New Braunfels high school varsity volleyball teams will each have faced seven different opponents in 1994 The Cougarettes will have managed the feat in eight days since beginning their season last Tuesday For the Unicorns its been only six Tonight both teams which were recently ranked in the Top lOof theSan Antonio ExpressNews area poll play doubleheaders Unbeaten New Braunfels Which was ranked in the area by the Express News after winning the High School Classic on Saturday will host Boerne and Crockett The Unicorns 30 records are different than oppo nents played because tournament pool games do not count play at 5 and 7 with the visiting teams squaring off at NBHS has been led early by 62 junior Erin Baetge senior setter Rochelle Colvin senior hitter Sarah Bolle and senior Traci Tuch Three Unicorns Baetge Colvin and Kristi were named to the alltournament team atTLC New Braunfels upended 1993 Class 5A State Tournament representative Round Rock in three games to win the TLC title Now Canyon gets a shot at the Lady Dragons The Cougarettes ranked No 9 in the poll will also meet Pflugerville in plays the host team at Pm then Pflugerville at The Cougarettes 334 and Regional Finalists a year ago finished second in the Alamo Heights Tournament on Sat urday CHS fell to Providence in straight games in the finals Junior setter Kim Brunette senior hit ter Courtney Baffin and junior hitter Lesa Porter have powered the Cougarettes thus far Smithson Valley has been less active than its Comal County counterparts The Rangerettes take the floor for only the second time tonight at pjn at Incar nate Word Smithson Valley 01 fell to Drip ping Springs in straight games in its sea son opener last Wednesday All three schools subvarsity teams will also be in action tonight Canyons freshmen won the Smithson Valley Tournament on Saturday edging the host Rangerettes in three games NLU gone Cowboys favored in SLC The Associated Press LAKE CHARLES La With Northeast Louisiana now in Division I A the marquee rivalry in the Southland Conference pits defending champion McNeese State against Stephen F Austin North Texas jumps to IA next year leaving the SLC with six football schools for 1995 Last season McNeese 103 70 defeated Stephen F Austin 2120 ral lying f or victory in the final two minutes for the 1 llh time in Bobby Keaslers four years as head coach The Cowboys lost AllAmerican line backer Terry Irving to the Arizona Car dinals but picked up 65 offensive lineman Marcus Vidrine from Houston Kerry Joseph a junior quarterback with the ability to scramble out of trou ble has help from four quality tailbacks and AllSLC tight end Michael Warren The Cowboys were first in IAA in total defense last year Free safety Zack Branson was No 2 in interceptions 9 as a freshman Placekicker Jose Larios led IAA in field goals per game 2 as a sophomore We lost a coach on the field when we lost says Keasler But we feel good about the talent we have coming back If anything we might even be a lit tle quicker on The Cowboys will get a big test Oct 1 when they visit defending national champion Youngstown State Stephen F Austin was one of only two teams to defeat Youngstown last year but couldnt beat McNeese or Northeast Louisiana North Texas opens its final IAA season at home against Abilene Christian a far cry from last years 7614 beating at Nebraska Sam Houston State has 14 starters back including AllSLC tail back Charles Harris and punter Josh Far rell Northwestern State 56 34 was crippled by injuries and illnesses last season then said goodbye to AllAmer ican tackle Marcus Spears now with the Chicago Bears Nicholls State 38 25 returns 15 starters for Rick Rhoades second season as head coach Southwest Texas State has moved veteran quarterback John Hygh to wide receiver and junked its spread option for a prostyle offense Smith nearperfect return a sign of things to come The Associated Press IRVING Emmitt Smiths grip wasnt perfect in his first preseason game Everything else was South lost a fumble in the Dallas Cowboys 3410 victory over the Denver Broncos Sunday night But the three time NFL rushing champion showed why hes a favorite for a fourth consec utive title Playing bis first game since the Super Bowl Smith scored a touchdown set up another and rushed for 110 yards on 21 carries I was excited to play and see where I Smith said I wanted to take some hits The shoulder feels fine Everything is holding up pretty nicely I needed the work and I was glad to get the work Im kind of looking for ward to playing a full he said I still have a lot more room for improve ment and a lot more things to work oa On the Cowboys first possession Smith rushed nine times for 30 yard caught two passes for nine yards and scored on a 1yard run Of the 17 plays on the 85yard drive Smith touched the ball oil 11 The second time Dallas had the ball Smith gained 44 yards rushing and had a brief visit to the sidelines for some smelling salts from trainer Kevin ONeill after taking a hard nil Smith had runs of and 10 yards on the drive before Lincoln Cole man took over for a 4yard touchdown run Crack shot Submitted photo Trty Caraway attfrgrader at Canyon Middle School Who In State 4H Shooting Competition held at the National Qun Club In San to pictured during the 1991 Including the High trophy received shooting a perfect 25 of at the ptwdalupe County 4H Shoot Trey the son of Chip and Kalll Carawav   

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