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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas HeraW-ZaHung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Meagan Schwab, a returner from last year's track team, hee helped the Unicom girls continue their dominance at recant meets. com Relays this Friday at NBHS. Field event begin at 2:30 pm The field of teams include Clemens, Canyon, Tivy, Smithson Valley, Lockhart, San Marcos (girls), Alamo Heights, Boerne and Hays. Several Unicom girls also will compete in the Texas Relays in Austin. The SOOM Relay team runs at 3 p m. Welder will run the 3200M at 7 p.rn on Friday and the 1600M at 3 p.m. on Saturday, High jumpers Meagan Schwab and Kristi Undeman will compete at 4 p.m. The Texas Relays features top competition In the state from 4A and 5A Tuesday, April 4,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 5 . Day To talk with Sports Thomas Godley Sports Day, call 44. ext. 24.Sports Day The Press I UCLA returns to NCAA supremacy The Day’s Quote “We are In pretty good shape at this point. Several off tho girls tool they can batter their times. I think ws stand to taro wall in district.” — New Braunfels Girls' Track Coach Noel Hansen.In the news Cibolo Bowling Club to hold annual fund-raising event The Cibolo Bowling Club will have its annual supper Saturday, April 22 at 601 N. Main St. The event will include a raffle, bowling, cake walk, pastries booth, food and refreshments. Barbecue and sausage plates with all the trimmings will be served at 11 a m. Large plates are $4, small plates $3. For more information, call the club at 658-2248 or Sue Janak at (210) 779-3008. Youth soccer league seeks referees for summer games The Bulverde Youth Soccer League needs referees for summer competition. The positions are paid and training is available. Referee classes begin in June for ages 14 and older. For more information call Ed Wemette after 6 p.m. at (210) 653-3933. Charity golf event to benefit KB Little League players Aid Association for Lutherans (AAL) Branch 2382 will sponsor a charity golf tournament starting at 9 a.m. on April 8 at Lands Park. Proceeds from the tournament will be matched by AAL and will benefit the New Braunfels' Little League Association. All interested players should contact David Luckemeyer at 625-0207 or Fred Collins at 625-6197 before April 4. Entry fee will be $7 plus normal cart and green fees. All players are welcome. Giants sign Herschel Walker EAST RUTHERFORD, N J. (AP) — Herschel Walker might be more than a third-down back and special teams player for the New York Giants in 1995 — a lot more. On the day that Walker signed a three-year, $4.8 million contract with the Giants, coach Dan Reeves said he is considering playing Walker and Rodney Hampton in the same backfield this coming season. “I haven't seen Herschel In the I (formation) since Dallas," Reeves said Monday in a telephone interview from Orlando, Fla. "He's done some of that off and on, and that’s basically where we use Rodney." Reeves said the idea of putting Walker and Hampton in the same backfield Walker and Hampton in the same backfield intrigues him. “I just think it’s unlimited when a guy has the ability to do the things Herschel does. You want to use his skills to utmost,” he said. Olpiuwovty Maxwell still out HOUSTON (AP) — Hakeem Olajuwon and Vernon Maxwell, both suffering from iron deficient anemia, will not accompany the Houston Rockets to Sacramento for Tuesday night's game. The two players have missed three games since they were diagnosed last week with the ailment. Robert Horry, who left Saturday’s game against Milwaukee after reinjuring his back, will make the four-game road trip. Robinson Is Playsr of Month NEW YORK (AP) — David Robinson, who led the San Antonio Spurs to a 14-2 record during March, has been chosen the NBA's player of the month. He also was selected as player of the week for last week. Robinson averaged 28.2 points, 10.9 rebounds, 4.2 blocks, 2.9 assists and 1.6 steals during the team’s 16 games in March. By STEVE WILSTON AP Sports Writer Bruins bruise Hogs in Seattle, 89-78 SEATTLE (AP) — From his perch atop the victory stand, Ed O’Bannon clutched the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player plaque in one hand and pointed to Tyus Edney with the other. "This is the REAL MVP right here. He got us here,” O’Bannon shouted through a microphone as he turned to the UCLA section of fans in the Kingdome. “Ty-us, Ty-us, Ty-us," the crowd chanted, and the emotion of that roar cascaded down on the little guard who sat helplessly almost the entire game and watched the rest of the Bruins beat Arkansas 89-78 Monday night for the NCAA championship. When the chanting finally died, the Bruins leaped from the 3-foot platform and urged Edney to be the first to climb the ladder for the net-snipping ritual. It was the only thing Edney could do with his right hand all night. Tile Bruins’ chances for their first title in 20 years, and record 11th overall, looked bleak when Edney came out for a layup drill before the game, shot only left-handed, then tossed up an airball from inside the foul line on his sole right-handed jumper. The right wrist he sprained Saturday still throbbed, making it impossible for Edney to shoot or dribble with any strength. At the worst possible moment, playing the defending champions for the national title, the Bruins suddenly lost the man who made them run. “Before the game, I knew he couldn’t play,” UCLA coach Jim Harrick said. “He couldn’t handle (lie ball, dribble the ball. I have enough experience to know we’d be better off without him.” Edney tried to play, but lasted less than three minutes. Cameron Dollar, a sophomore who had been under Edney’s tutelage and had chased him in practice for two years, subbed for him with Arkansas leading 12-5. “It really hurt a lot to just sit there,” Edney said. “It was the worst thing I could imagine.” John Wooden, the 84-year-old Wizard of Westwood, sat in the stands and figured, along with almost everyone else, that the Bruins were headed for defeat without Edney. But the Bruins, performing some wizardry of their own under the sharp eye of Harrick, had other ideas. Dollar and freshman guard Toby Bailey played inspired ball, Dollar guiding the team deftly on offense with eight assists and shutting down the Hogs’ guards on defense. Bailey scored 26 points on 12-for-20 shooting and had nine rebounds. Hurlin’ heat Vestal lifts way to third at state meet Staff reports fOU&ARS Kevin Vestal Herald-Zeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Jeff McCrary of the American Little League Red Sox throws a strike Monday afternoon against the Phillies. Rains delayed the games in the first week of action and the forecast calls for more showers tonight. Canyon High School senior Kevin Vestal entered Saturday's state powerlifting meet in College Station ranked sixth among hundreds of statewide competitors. Not a bad position to be in but not exactly where he felt he could finish. Knowing it would take a personal best showing to move up in the field. Vestal came through with just that. With a lift of 1400 total pounds in the bench press, dead lift and squat, Vestal took third place in the 242-pound class. Vestal, a first team All-State defensive lineman for the Cougars fcxXball team this past season, was one of three regional qualifiers from Canyon lo compete al the slate meet. John Flores, ranked 13th coming into the meet, finished eighth, totaling 1300 pounds in the 198-pound class. Flores, a junior in his first year of powerlifting, will return next year with sights on even heftier goals. Robert Blankenbeker, a CHS senior, placed sixth in the competition with a lift 1320 total pounds in the 181-pound class. Kevin Robles, a CHS senior, attended the meet as an alternate in the 132-pound class. Robles and Blankenbeker both were returners to the meet from last year. Coach Dan Burk said each Canyon lifter recorded a personal best on Saturday. ’Tm real proud of their performance,’’ Burk said. "They each came in and improved their rankings which is all you could ask for. It was a great way to end the season." The Canyon powerlifting team also had six girls who qualified and competed at state last week in Austin. Unicorn girls’ track stays on pace Recent finishes have state champs eyeing second title From staff reports With a second place finish at the Boerne Invita tional track meet, the New Braunfels girls' team is continuing where it left off as last year's state champs In five track meets so far this season, the team has taken first place at two and second place at two. The team also topped its own Unicom Invitational, which was a non scoring meet "We are in pretty good shape at this point," NB Coach Noel Hansen said. "Several of the girls feel they can better their times. I think we stand to fare well in district." At Boerne, the Unicorns finished with 150 points behind Tivy's 190. Here are die top individual finishes at that meet for New Braunfels: 3200M — Karin Meder, 2nd, 12:50 87; Christi-na Williams, 3rd, 13:02.14. Laura Pulido, 4th, 13:29.03. 1600M ~~ Usa Wellzer, 1st, 5:12.78 (seasonal best) Karin Meder, 2nd, 5:31. Bethany Carl, 4th, 5:43; 800M — Weitzer, Isl, 2:26.34; Carl, 2nd, 2:29.13; Tanya Oehler, 4th, 2:31.51 4QQM— Amber Wenzel, 1st, 61.09. 200M— Anna Lisa Vargas, 2nd, 26.16 (25 99 in preliminaries) 4Q0M Relay — New Braunfels, 3rd, 51.40 (Mea gin, Schwab, 3rd, 51:40, Nola Muir, Anna Lisa Vargas, Shanna Webster 800M Relay— New Braunfels, 1st, 1:47.2 (Andrea Mills, Shanna Webster, Nola Muir, Anna Usa Vargas) 1600 - New Braunfels, 1st, (Andrea Mills, Amber Wenzel, Tanya Oehler, Nola Muir) Shot put — Shelly Brede water, 5th, 33-2, April Tuch, 30-9 1/2. Discus — April Tuch, 4th, 104 - 6 rn. High jump ~~ Kristi Linde man, 1st, 5-0. com at 2:30 p.m. Canyon, Marcos Texas Re runs at 3 $200 ZERO DOWN in FREE clothing and accessories of your choice. No payments for 90 days and 90 days FREE financing with the Polaris StarCard.* __ST JR CARD Get the best deal from your local participating Polaris dealer when you take delivery of a 1995 Polaris ATV between March I and May 31, 1995. POLARIS Believe it. 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