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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Tuesday Feb HeraldZoitung 15 Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 HeraldZeitung Sports Day o The Press The Days Quote They are in one of the toughest districts and are one of the most potent scoring teams in the state It will be a tough task but win or lose we want them to know theyve been in a good NB coach Cliff Wilkins In the news NB Jr basketball girls standings 4th grade Vivroux Centex Office Supply GuadaComa Mechanical KC Plumbing 5th grade RRC Rentals Insco Distributing Texas Heritage Construction Air Conditioning Texas Commerce Bank Rocky Hill Equipment 6th grade Ruffles Texas Commerce Bank Chiropractic Associates Victoria Bank Trust Eberhard Lumber Co W L 5 1 4 2 2 4 1 5 6 0 5 1 4 2 2 4 1 5 0 6 4 0 3 1 3 1 2 2 2 2 Canyon powerlifter outlift competition in Austin The powerlitting team returned from competition at the Austin Bowie Invitational where they took sev eral top spots In the girls division Mandy Rich placed first over all with a total of 775 pounds Tyana Michalec came in second with a total of 580 pounds Marcy Allen was fifth with a total of 670 pounds In the boys division Kevin Robtes placed third in the 132pound class with 880 total pounds John Rores came in third with total pounds in the 198pound class Matt White placed third in the superheavyweight class with total pounds Tony Perez was fourth in the 123pound class with 700 total pounds Kevin Self was fourth in the 181 pound class with total pounds Also competing In the team lifting were Luke Wright in the 132pound class with 720 total pounds Dustin Maxwell competed in the 242 pound class with total pounds Debra Schaff er finished with a total of 525 pounds The CHS powerlifters will host their competition Saturday starting at Bowling golf events to aid CHS Project Graduation Canyon High School is sponsoring a ninepin bowling tournament on Sunday Feb 26 at the Mission Valley Bowling Lanes from 2 All proceeds will go to support Project Graducation a drugfree fun filled celebration for 1995 Canyon High School graduating seniors Tournament fee per sixmember team is Team captains should contact Ron Rape at 6259700 or mail fee to 1680 Flaming Oak Make checks payable to Project Graduation Registration deadline is Sunday Feb 19 CHS also is sponsoring a golf tourna ment to support the project on March 5 at 1 at Northcliffe Country Club Unicom girls1 soccer team travels to Kerrville tonight The New Braunfels varsity girls soccer team take to the road for a matchup with Kerrville Tivy today at 7 The Unicorns are coming off a 00 tie against Alamo Heights last week Cynthia Eseobedo and Patty Jo Maxey came through with solid defensive efforts in the first half as the Mules outshpt the Unicorns S4 but were unable to score NB goalie Juliante Moeller who held back several attempts on goal got support from teammates after stepping out from tJie box at one point in the second half On offense the Unicorns took two goal shots thg hit the cross bar and bounced out Coach Joey Trevino said the team is improving with each game and will be looking to continue strongly against Tivy Two roads two goals Canyon New Braunfels trek opposite directions in search of similar playoff dreams and against formidable opponents By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor The buses will roll down Interstate 35 one heading south and the other north but each car rying Comal County basketball teams that look to keep playoff dreams alive Both will arrive as underdogs facing imposing obstacles in district 274A opponents District 284A champion Canyon steps onto San Marcos High School gym with the tough task of stopping the Schertz Clemens Buf faloes 113 The game begins at The New Braunfels Unicorns go up against the Boerne Greyhounds beginning 7 at Incarnate Word College gym in San Antonio The Greyhounds enter as the San Antonio areas topranked 4A squad They also feature one of the states premier scorers in Erik Hal gunseth a 62 senior guard who averages 34 points per game The Buffaloes present Canyon with a double threat in 64 guard John Clark averaging 17 points per game and 65 forward Tony Clark averaging 18 points per game They can definitely go inside on said Kenny Rotzler who enters his first playoff game as Canyons coach The key for us will be defen sive rebouding If we dont keep them off the offensive boards it could be a long Boerne coach Stan Leech has guided his teams to the playoffs for seven straight years and the Greyhounds have won 25 games or more in six straight years Wilkins has taken teams to the playoffs in eight different seasons including two of the past three years with the Unicorns He realizes Boerne poses a major challenge We need to do a lot things just Wilkins said They have a superstar in Halgunseth who has been a thorn in our side for a long time but they also have strong supporting cast They are a highscoring team and they also throw a lot of different looks at you The series has been mostly even over the years The Unicorns knocked of the Greyhounds last year 5048 in a district game but lost earlier this season 7656 The Canyon C J M B R SchorU Rs J J T B The New Braunfels S T A J D Boerne E S J Canyons Jimmy Keresztury carries the inside game for the Cougars The New Braunfels Unicorns will need strong minutes from its bench with players like Hector Molina 34 to balance out the Boerne Greyhounds tonight HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL College bound HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Shanna Daniel a senior at Smithson Valley High School signed a national letter of Intent to play volleyball at Wharton County Junior College Daniels Is flanked from left to right by Joe Roger SVHS parents Gary and Vicky Daniel and Margaret Mitchel finished the season with 158 kills 66 digs 41 blocks and 16 aces while leading the SV Rangerettes to a share of second place In district 284A Canyon softball wins tournament From staff reports The Canyon Cougarettes came away win ners at the first annual Canyon Softball Tour nament on Saturday With victories over Braun fels and East Central the Cougarettes fin ished in a threeway tie for first The teams only loss was to Judson JV which also ended 31 along with East Central Canyon won the tournament based on a roundrobin points tie breaker An array of players led the Canyon attack which hit better than 500 and drove in a total of 85 runs in the four games Kyle Adams went 1215 with 15 RBIs Janise Harborth hit 1014 with 11 RBIs Dede Thomas hit 913 with 10 RBIs Amber Heitkamp went 710 with 10 RBIs Julia Best went 913 with 4RBIs Amanda Simon went 813 with 16 runs and six RBIs Scores Canyon 35 Wimberly E Central 16 New Braunfeis 11 Canyon 29 New Braunfels 6 E Central 24 Wimberly 11 Judson JV 25 Wimberly 4 Judson JV 8 Canyon 7 New Braunfels 20 Wimberly 5 E Central 10 Judson JV 9 Judson JV 7 New Braunfels 6 Canyon Central 1 Astros minor leaguers may be labeled strikebreakers By MICHAEL A LUTZ AP Sports Writer KISSIMMEE Fla AP Houston Astros minor league pitchers and catchers thought they had until the regular season to decide whether to become replacement players But the players union now says anyone who plays in exhibition games beginning in March will be considered a strikebreaker You really dont know what to pitching prospect Tyrone Nar cisse said If you sign a minor league contract you have to play where they say They Astros told us no one would be considered a replacement until the regular season The news elevated the uneasiness in the Astros minor league club house If they refuse to play in exhibition games they will violate their contracts If they play they are going against the union It puts us in a bad Narcisse said Im just trying to put it all on the sidelines and just get ready All that stuff is uncontrolable for me But I can control what I do on the Pitcher Billy Hall has made his decision Im not going to Hall said They said we wouldnt be con sidered replacements until the regular season so its more or less manda tory that youve got to do what they Pitcher Scott Elarton the Astros No 1 pick in last Junes draft will not be used as a replacement player But he had expected to pitch in the exhi bitions I never really thought pitching in exhibition games would make any Elarton said 1 guess Ill have to talk to some people about Pitching hopeful Jose Vargas plans to play This is the first I heard about he exhibition Vargas said But Im going to be ready to pitch and if 1 get he chance to play Im going to take General manager Bob Watson said the Astros are prepared to enforce College mens Top 25 The top 26 teams In The AP college basketball poll with firstplace votes in parentheses based on 25 points for a firstplace vote through one point for a 25thplace vote end previous ranking Record Pts 54 203 2 UCLA 12 182 3 North Carding 203 4 Connecticut 202 5 Massachusetts 203 6 Kentucky 184 7 Maryland 205 215 10 Wake Forest 175 11 Virginia 186 942 12 Michigan SL 184 931 13 Arizona 196 821 14 Missouri 184 766 196 741 16 Mississippi St 175 582 17 Syracuse 176 524 18 Oklahoma St 187 492 19 Stanford 166 463 20 Alabama 186 386 21 Purdue 186 246 22 Minnesota 177 224 23 Iowa St 197 177 24 Georgia Tech 169 163 25 Oklahoma 139 Other receiving votes Oregon 107 Xavier Ohio 95 Utah 66 Western Kentucky 50 Charlotte 32 Utah a 30 Texas 22 Georgetown 19 Santa Clara 19 Memphis 18 Brigham Young 15 Manhattan 7 Miami Ohio 6 Cincinnati 5 George Washington 3 Twlaa 3 Inojs 1 Cojfcjfj a 1 Texas hitting coach takes no I nonsense approach to game j ARLINGTON Texas AP Rudy Jaramillo takes his batting practice more seriously than most That explains how he found found himself with a deadlock on the opposing manager last summer his right hand reaching into the strangers mouth My mindset at the time I guess was that I was trying to rip his face Jaramillo said with a smile Meet the Texas Rangers new hitting instructor one who raises the nonon sense approach to a new level Per haps he did overreact last year when Bellingham manager Mike Goff failed to inform him of a change in the batting practice schedule But those hitting minutes always have been precious to Jaramillo whether it was the 10 min utes he got to talk hitting with Ted Williams as a Rangers prospect in 1973 or the daily minutes he spent with Col orados rookie league hitters in Bend last summer In baseball one year you can be the hitting instructor for Houston as the Astros break records for home runs extrabase hits and baiting average The next you can find yourself catch ing a rookie league paycheck in Ore gon and so when the BelUngham man ager blows you off when you ask j where your batting practice minutes J have gone it can be faceripping time I I apologized to him but it was just i something that hit me the wrong said Jaramillo Im sure it will happen J There is a sizable segment of Rangers fans that once the veteran I players return probably is hoping to i see Jaramillo wrestling his pupils to the ground ripping a few faces to improve a few attitudes Jaramillo was a Rangers minor league manager and hitting instructor from 198389 It was during his time with Texas that he helped develop the skills of teenage Juan Gonzalez and Pudge Rodriguez But Jaramillo isnt on Johnny Gates staff just so he can keep those two in line Youre not going to hire Rudy Jaramillo so he can babysit a guy who hits the ball 500 said the Rangers Sandy Johnson But the boundaries are set Those players know Rudy They know hes not afraid lo get in somebodys 7   

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