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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Thursday Jan Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 HeraldZeitung Sports Day Shorts The Days Quote This course has improved every year since Ive been here The big difference came with irrigation and enhancements to streams that cut through the Jim Eakle longtime golfer at Landa Park Golf Course NB spring volleyball registra tion deadline ends Jan 27 Registration to play in the New Braunfels Volleyball Associations spring competition will end Friday Jan 27 Team cost is Applications are available at Comal Independent School District Community Education office The first game in the B league begins Tuesday Jan 31 at Canyon High School in the old gym The A league starts Wednesday For mor infor mation call 6290826 City sponsors mens 3on3 basketball beginning Feb 15 The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a Mens 3on3 Basketball League for partic ipatants ages 17 and older Game will be at the Landa Recreation Center on Wednesdays beginning a The league starts Feb 15 and runs for seven weeks incuding a Championship playoff round Registration will be held Jan 28 through Feb 10 at the rec center Sign up early The league is limited to six teams The fee is for each fourman team For more information call 6082167 San Antonio Spurs to host New Braunfels night at the Alamodome The City of New Braunfels will be the featured community Feb 4 at the Alamodome when the San Antonio Spurs play the Sacramento Kings Tickets sales for the event will benefit sidewalk improvements in downtown New Braunfels under the local Main Street Program Ticket prices range from to Group and individual tickets are avail able at Hoffman Agencies 447 Seguin Avenue Call 6257502 for more informa tion Dallas Stars handle Ducks ANAHEIM Calif AP Even with the heavy rain the Dallas Stars spent an enjoyable couple of days in Southern California Brent Gilchrist had two goals including an emptynetter with 38 seconds to play and Mike Modano got his first following the first 50goal season of his career Wednesday night as the Stars beat the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 41 A night earlier in Inglewood the Stars downed the Los Angeles Kings 42 The play of the Stars so far during the abbreviated 48game season is mirrors the playing style of their coach Bob Gainey Gainey earned a reputation as the leagues best defensive forward during his playing days with the Montreal Canadiens earning the Frank Selke Trophy as the NHLs best defensive for ward for four straight seasons starting in 197778 Cowboys resign Avezzano IRVING Texas AP Special teams coach Joe Avezzano has reached an agreement on a contract extension with the Dallas Cowboys Terms were not disclosed Avezzano was voted the NFLs special teams coach of the year in 1991 and the teams second Super Bowl title year of 1993 This is the place I want to Avezzano said The DallasFort Worth community is very special to me and so is the Dallas Cowboys Before joining the Cowboys in 1990 Avezzano was offensive line coach for Texas in 198588 Canyon JV stays perfect in district CANYON COUGARS Cougars go to 40 after overtime win at home The Canyon junior varsity appears the frontrunner in the dis trict playoff race after a dramatic 5046 overtime victory over the New Braunfels Unicorns at Cougar Den Canyons Hector Valdez drained a 3point shot with less than a minute left to send the game into the overtime Were playing the best ball of the season right said Canyon coach Alan Miller The players got fired up for the New Braunfels game because the Unicorns have such a great NB Coach Vic Sierras squad suffered only its second loss of the season and still has the best overall mark at 182 The Unicorns take on Smithson Valley Rangers at home on Friday The Rangers won impressively over Lockhart and Bastrop Coach Craig Wurstefer said his team will have a tough test on the road against the Unicorns Well have to have one of our top efforts of the he said NEWBRAUNFELSJV RECORD COACH Vic Sierra PLAYER SCORING Wllklns Raymond Chapa Tony Bradlord Wentel Aaron Moore LAST WEEK 11 Beat Bastrop Lost o Canyon NEXT GAME At home against Smllhson Valley COMMENT The Unlcoms hope lo bounce back train a tough loss to the Cougars on Tuesday With best overall mark the team Is very much In the district hunt CANYON JV RECORD COACH Alan Miller LEADING SCORERS Josh Kunkel Travis Wommach Rich Graham Hector Valdez LAST WEEK 20 Beat Hays 6651 and New Braunlels NEXT GAME Smithson Valley COMMENT Coming oil the big win at home the Cougars need to sustain the momentum heading lo Lotkhort Coach Miller says the team Is playing lis best ball this season And with our straight wins In district hes right HeraldZeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Canyons Roger Garcia looks for a move to the basket HeraldZeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY NB Coach Vic Sierra sets up a strategy for his team SMITHSON VALLEY JV RECORD COACH Craig Wurstefer PLAYER SCORING Jell Hersrud Brad Trlesch Bryan Hunter Michael Mann Jay Mpeller John Dean LAST WEEK 20 Beat Lockhart Beat Bastrop NEXT GAME At New Braunfels The Rangers continue get several players In on the action Coach Wurslefer played 17 dif ferent Rangers In the win over Bastrop Depth Is definitely the teams strength A game for the ages Golfing in the 90s is a lifetime sport for four regulars at Landa Park Golf Course By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editors They average 85 years of age but you wouldnt guess it the way these men get around the golf course From hole to hole they step to the greens taking limber swings at the ball and humorous jabs at each other They can be found at Landa Park most Tuesdays and Fridays these four close friends who make it a point to meet for some exercise fresh air and scenery The sport has drawn them together over the last 15 years Locals say the oldtimers are proof that golf knows no age limit Its a game that people can play for a life said Bill Halbcrt Landa Park Golf Course manager There arent too many sports like that These guys have been coming out here without fail since I can remember We have quite a few older golfers who come out but I think these four gentlemen are the oldest group that show up on a regular The men carry 34 years of experience among them and each can boast of playing a good game of golf On fair days the foursome plays six to nine holes If the weather fails they settle for three Sometimes the game is skins but often its every man for himself Afterwards the long time friends take the ritual walk to the club house for a beer or two and a tally of the days wagers The stakes arent says Frank Hig gins 81 a retired cartographer Ten cents a hole is all We may Ipse forty cents or win forty cents We usually haggle over who pays for the Jim Eakle 79 the youngest of the group recalls when Landa Golf course went from a 9hole to an 18hole course in the late 1960s This course has improved every year since Ive been he said The big dif ference came with irri gation and enhance ments to streams that cut through the grounds They do a great job of keeping up the greens and the pic turesque Stewart Browning 91 and Ian Walker who turned 90 last Fri day go back a bit fur ther in the course his tory They talk of the 1930s when pastures and cattle stood where the greens now stretch Walker lived right across the street at the time and still resides within a mile of Landa He remembers how funding for the park stemmed from the Works Progress Administration under president Franklin Roosevelt The program provided jobs and built public facilities during the Depression Over the years Landa Golf Course has under gone several changes and become a topnotch HeraldZeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Golfers from left Frank Higglns Ian Walker Jim Eakle and Stewart Browning have been coming out to Landa Golf course together for 15 years They average 85 years old golf course Higgins added Local resident arent the only ones benefiting from the site Vacationers from across the country return year after year and they establish ongoing friendships with New Braunfels golfers The golf course also is a rich source for local groups like the Legends mainly golfers over 55 and the Landa Ladys Golf Associa tion which schedules competition throughout the year The women are a lot more organized than the Stewart notes The four friends say competition is not a priority at this stage of their lives They agree Stewart is the best golfer in the group but hes not one to keep a close tab on the scores The idea is to spend a day in the outdoors They each hold season passes to the facility and you can bet next Tuesday they will be the old est guys teeing off at Landa Park Golf Unicorns top Canyon 10 in districtopening contest From staff reports The New Braunfels Unicorns opened dis trict play by beating the Canyon 10 on the Cougars home turf In a tight battle that went down to the wire the defense proved key for both teams The Cougar offense by Danny Bueno peppered Unicom goaliq Matt White with numerous shots but wcjre unable to gel through the defense White made several game saving stop lo seal he victory for the Unicorns Canyon goalie Ruggcjr Gotsacker was equally tough on the opposite end shutting down the New Braunfels for most of the night Canyon came out strong mixing its offen sive pressure as Bueno who has two hat tricks this season teamed with Melvin Page and Ruben Perez lo ktfep Ihe Unicorn defense on its heels Tha Unicom defense bent but didnt break in holding back the Cougar attack White stopped several attempts on goal in the early stages Twenty minutes into the game the Uni com offense went on the attack with Omar Hernandez and Steven Rodriguez firing bul lets at the Gotsacker who held his own and shut down the Unicom attempts The second half continued the defensive dominace with both teams struggling to get a goal The Unicorns finally broke the 00 ties with a goal off a head shot Steven Rodriguez came through with the score after receiving a hard cross from Omar Hernan dez Rodriguez went to get in position for the head shot that slipped past Gotsacker into the back of the net Canyon coach Danny Bueno gave credil to the Unicorns for making the shot when it counted Both coaches agreed the game could have gone either way San Diego fans in a frenzy in Texas town of same name SAN DIEGO Texas AP Chargermania has hit San Diego About a dozen fans turned out Wednesday for a pep rally in this small South Texas town with the same name as the California city representing the AFC in the Super Bowl The festivities were arranged by a television crew from the other San Diego who have been traveling the country interviewing Chargers fans They found a handful among the resi dents in San Diego Texas which is located about 50 miles west of Corpus Christi One of the Charger loyalists was Reymundo Canales who was bom in San Diego Texas and lived for several years in his wifes hometown of San Diego before they moved back here five years ago Canales sold all his Chargers paraphernalia before leaving California so he sent his wife Shirley on a lastminute shopping trip in search of Tshirts or hats I was all over Alice and nobody has any Chargers Shirley Canales said as she her husband and about 10 people stood in a hallway at the Duval County Courthouse The Canaleses were among those gathered out side the courthouse for the interview with Steve Fiorina a reporter for San Diegos KGTV an ABC affiliate Fiorina and a cameraman were greeted with a sign written in black ink and highlighted with neon yellow that read Welcome San Diego Chargers and Good Luck from San Diego Duval County Texas Go Fight Win Across Texas 44 Reymundo Canales and Bar bara Casarez dressed in her San Diego Texas Emergency Medical Services uniform held a blue banner with yellow lightening bolt The banner was sent to the San Diego Texas mayor from San Diego radio station KFMB Although the mayor was away on business City Councilman Roy Guerrero was on hand to voice his support   

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