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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday Oct Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Michael Condiff about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 H e r a I d Z e I Page Sports Day 4th AND Oct 4 their fourth straight appearance Surely the As are money teams in sion but when it pete for the of the great the Igames history They behave cavalierly on occa is time to corn green they are prepare d and Ron Fimrite Oct FourDay Forecast nfels freshmen 5 varsity 7 s make playoff Prep Volleyball Lockhart at New Brai junior varsity 6p in the NBHS Gymnasiim Canyon at Hays Con men 5 junior vars 7 in the Hays Higr olidated fresh ty 6 varsity School Gymnasium Buda Bastrop at Smithson Valley freshmen 5 junior varsity 6 varsity 7 in the SVHS Gymnasiupn I Oct 5 H Prep Tennis I Bastrop at New Braiinfels varsity 3 at the NBHS Coups Oct 6 B Prep Football New Braunfels at Hjiys Consolidated freshmen 5 junior varsity 7 at Rebel Stadium Canyon at Smithso junior varsity 7 Stadium Smithson V Oct 7 H Prep Tennis San Marcos at New at the NBH M Prep Volleyball Hays Consolidated freshmen varsity Gymnasium Smithson Valley at junior vars ty varsi ty in the C I Prep Football Hays Consolidatec varsity at I nicorn Stadium New Braunfels Smithson Valley at at Cougar Braunfels Valley freshmen 5 at Ranger ley Braunfeis varsity 5 Courts at New Braunfels unior varsity in the NBHS Janyon freshmen ugar Den at New Braunfels lanyon varsity Stadium New Rec tennis Lagunas doubl SAN ANTONIO dent Cristina Lagu winner at the Texa nis championships weekend Playing singles a level Lagunas def Piano 67 6 Sunday Lagunas droppe singles bracket SI Prince of Houston round Mary Jacks the second round Houston Teaming with C1 Antonio for the firs secured the W The defeated the state Morgan and Nanc in the Antonio team 61 Next they stoppe Sheri Mara of Chin and then ousted t team of Ellen Gun of San Antonio 6 NBTA holds Ji The New Braun Associations Jun Oct 8 at School Entry Deadline There is a players for d For further infor Sieversat62548 up Texas titles New Braunfels resi is was a double title Adult Sectionals ten n San Antonio last the Womens ated Amy Dudley of 61 in the finals on just one set in the breezed past Shaun in the first n of Austin in nd Kitty Russell of the semifinals dy Schneider of San me Lagunas also mens doubles title neider combination anked duo of Lynn Pierce of Duncanville nals er upended a San 2 in the first round Kelly Gaffga and Springs secondseeded and Lynn Newberry 62 in the semifinals ilor Fall Open s Tennis Fall Open will be at New Braunfels High Wedneday at 6 try fee for singles ubles teams ation contact Jim Sports Briefs 11under 61 earns 4some Eagles title From staff reports HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Smithson Valleys Ellsa Villastrigo steps Into a return against Lockhart In the girls doubles match last Thursday Vlllastrlgo and partner Kathy Collins defeated the Lions combination SVHS NB net tennis victories in busy weekend on hardcourts By MICHAEL CONDIFF Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY The Smithson Valley High School varsity tennis team secured an 85 vic tory over Lockhart on Thursday at the SVHS Cowls In a team contest cut short by darkness the Rangers won 4 of 6 girls matches and 4 of 7 boys events to claim their second victory of the year In girls singles the Amanda Schmidt sur vived a test from Lockharts Miller 4 SVHS Candice Basse men past Lassie Wasoff 80 at In singles the Rangers Bethany Welch dropped a tight 86 decision to Lindscy Epperson SVHS Rhonda Gass and the Lions Maria Tello played to a 55 tie The and 6 girls singles matches involv ing SVHS Elisa Villastrigo and Kathy Collins were suspended by darkness In No 1 girls doubles the com bination for Smitlison Valley cruised to a victory At Collins and Villastrigo held off Lockliai ts in three sets The Lions won in girls doubles over SVHS duo In boys singles Smitlison Valleys Cody Hcvncr dropped a straightset decision to Lock harts Leo The Rangers won the remainder of the boys singles matches however At Micah Harper defeated Brent Raschkc 84 At Tustin Criswell outlasted Logan Bock 86 And at Micheal Johnsey rolled over Randy Ruiz 61 TheNos 4 and 5 boys singles matches involv ing SVHS Shay Keen and Eric Stevens were suspended by darkness In toys doubles the com bination defeated Lockharls duo 6 The Lions did rebound to win both the Nos 2 and 3 doubles matches Smithson Valley will play Bocrnc at Oct 10 at the Fair Oaks Courts and then move on to the District 284A Tournament on Oct 2021 at New Braunfels High School The New Braunfels High School varsity ten nis team won three matches last week pushing its season record to 82 The Unicorns outlasted San Antonio Madison 117 on Thursday at the NBHS Courts then rolled over Canyon 153 and Fredericksburg 144 in team matches on Saturday NBHS girls team continued to dominate oppo nents winning 27 of 28 confrontations in the three match span The Unicorns defending state cham pion girls doubles team of Sarah Bolle and Andrea Giesick won twice stopping Fredericksburgs combination in straight sets 3 and easing past Madisons Marisa Wallingford team The Unicorns top girls singles player Rcbekah Forney dropped just five games in three straight set victories and the Unicorns top boys singles player Brook Cavert won twice in straight sets Canyons victories over New Braunfels on Sat urday came in boys singles where Gotl photo by MICHAEL DARNALL NBHS Davinder Toor helped the Unicorns win three matches in three days last week sacker got past Jeremy Neilson in No 6 toys singles where Tommy Thompson snuck by Hayden 76 76 and in girls doubles where the team of Carolyn Melick and Lora Wool Iven needed three scis to knock off NBHS Amy Rector and Patricia Moiris Canyon dropped an 117 team decision to Fred ericksburg The Cougars won 6 of 9 toys match es but were successful in only 1 of 9 girls battles at No 1 singles Sarah Wright won NBHS 11 SA Madison 7 Thursday Sept 29 at NBHS Courts BoysSingles 1 Brook Cavert NB def Eric Marz 2 Craig Sciantarelli NB def Kevin Cook 63 3 Asher Lewis M def Noel Tristan 6 64 4 Jonathan McCauley M def Julian Tristan 5 Matthew Cain M def Adham Saad 6 David Rangel M def John Ramirez 7 Davinder Toor NB def Stephen Mar shall 82 BoysDoubles 1 LewisRangel M def 6 4 26 76 2 M del Tristan 3 M def J Tris Burtch 36 75 62 4 Cris Lagu Miller NB def 82 GirlsSingles 1 Rebekah Forney NB def Marisa Garcia 6 2 Tamarra Jenkin NB def Marsha Meyer 3 Andrew Giesick NB def April Wallingford 60 60 4 Sarah Bolle NB def Jayme Stong 5 Alison Bruemmer NB def BoiChau Nguyen 6 Julie Taylor NB def Kim De LaRosa GirlsDoubles 1 NB def 6 0 63 2 NB def Angeleri 3 NB def La Rosa Fredericksburg 11 Canyon 7 Saturday Oct 1 at NBHS BoysSingles 1 Greg Roberts C def S Klein 2 J Pruessner F def Luke Cannon 3 Lance Johnson C def M Swanzy 4 H Klein F def Gottsacker 75 63 5 Brian Schwartz C def M Taliaferro 6 Tommy Thompson C def C Litton 46 BoysDoubles 1 S F def Adams 63 36 76 2 C def 64 61 3 sacker C def H 61 57 64 GirlsSingles 1 Sarah Wright C def R Mittel 2 J Mittel F def Carolyn Melick 3 E Land F def Audrey Krueger 4 N Birck F def Lora Woollven 5 L Lincoln F def Lind sey Glover 6 S Summers F def Askey GirlsDoubles 1 F def WrighfKrueger 2 2 F def 3 F def Scarbrough NBHS 15 Canyon 3 Saturday Oct 1 at NBHS Courts BoysSingles 1 Brook Cavert NB def Greg Roberts 0 2 Craig Sciantarelli NB def Luke Cannon 6 1 62 3 Davinder Toor NB def Lance Johnson 4 Gottsacker C def Jeremy Neil son 62 64 5 Josh Miller NB def Brian Schwartz 6 Tommy Thompson C def Hayden 76 76 BoysDoubles 1 NB def Adams 2 John Tristan NB def 60 75 3 Julian Tris Burtch NB def 6 3 76 GirlsSingles 1 Rebekah Forney NB def Sarah Wright 6 2 Tamarra Jenkin NB def Carolyn Melick 3 Andrea Giesick NB def Audrey Krueger 4 Sarah Bolle NB def Lora Woollven 5 Alison Damarodas NB def Llndsey Glover 6 Crystal Essman NB def Kit Scarbrough 62 60 Girls Doubles 1 Schneider NB def 60 62 2 C def Amy Morris 3 Anneke Pillar NB def brough 64 60 NBHS 14 Fredericksburg 4 Saturday Oct 1 at NBHS Courts BoysSingles 1 S Klein F def Adham Saad 2 J Pruessner F def Cris Lagunas 3 Davinder Toor NB def M Swanzy 64 64 4 Matt Burtch NB def H Klein 61 64 5 Will McGuffy NB def M Taliaferro 76 60 6 Hand NB def J Heep 62 C3 7 McGuffy NB def S Campbell BoysDoubles 1 S F def John Tristan 64 61 2 Josh NB def 3 H F def Zach 76 76 Singles 1 Rebekah Forney NB def R Mittel 2 Tamarra Jenkin NB del J Segner 3 Andrea Giesick NB def J Mittel 4 Ali son Bruemmer NB def E Land 63 60 5 Julie Taylor NB def N Birck 6 Aman da Schneider NB def Luisa Lincoln 7 Anneke Kuehler NB def S Summers Girls Doubles 1 Sarah NB def R 2 NB def 6 3 NB def The foursome of Bud Blaine Tex Ritter Ervin Balusek and Ida Christo pher fired a sizzling 11 under par 61 to capture the firstplace prize in the month ly Fraternal Order pf Eagles Golf Tour nament Two teams carded 9undcr 63s Using the Western Breakdown Procedure the threesome of Ed Christopher Al Heine meycr and Clarence Zinkgraf by virtue of their birdie on No 18 took the second place prize Pal Achcson Ski Hanei wich Texas Yeary and Marlene Ache son accepted third place The quartet of Joe Billo Gary Koss Dean Raymond and Jean Shay won the fourthplace prize with their 8under64 In the nearesttothepin contest on No 12 Ervin Schaeffer hit his tee shot approximately five feet from the hole to win a sleeve of four golf balls The next tournament is scheduled for Oct 25 All members their ladies and prospective members arc invited to play For further information contact Char lie Smith at 6258104 Adult NBHS soccer tournament An Over and Out adult soccer tour nament benefitting the New Braunfels High School program will be held Oct 1516 at the Soccer Fields Times will be from on Saturday and 1 on Sunday The 7on7 format will be played on a reducedsize field and is open to men and women ages 25andup Cost for a single entrant is and for a couple is For further information contact Bob Rodriguez at 6255713 Ronnie Baker at 6060874 or Bobbie Brandenburg at 6258128 Wild Bunch Softball event The 2nd annual Wild Bunch Softball Tournament the Battle of the Big Boys will be held Oct 23 at the Lan da Park Fields The tournament is open to all Class B and C teams There is a entry fee per team with guaranteed ASA umpires and prize awards in firstthird places For further information contact 629 1254 or 6258703 Karate Instructor threepeats For the third time in three years West Haven Academy of Karate blackball instructor Breit Riley has won a nation al championship Riley a 1980 graduate of New Braun fels High School won the Mens 2nd degree blackbell heavyweight freespar ring division at the Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federations 16th annu al National Championships defeating Pete Schoberg of Minnesota in the finals Mr Schoberg and I seem to be trad ing the individual title every said Riley who also won in 1992 and 1994 Schoberg won in 1991 and 1993 Next year both competitors will move into the 3rddegree heavyweight divi sion where theyll attempt to unseat champion Carl Bradford More than 400 blackbelt competitors gathered from around the country to1 compete in the individual forms and freesparring divisions as well as team forms and team sparring Riley is a member of Region 6 Texas Oklahoma Arkansas and which placed sixth in the team forms division This was my first try at team forms and I was really hoping to place in the lop Riley said submitted photo Brett Riley gets his hand raised
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