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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor thbmasGodley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 The Press The Days Quote This last game didnt go our way but these kids are winners for what theyve done throughout the tour nament and Michael Garrott manager qf the New Braunfels American Little League In the news New Braunfels tennis group to host tournament July 15 The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsbranadulttennistDumarflentonJuVl5 16 at the New Braunfets High School tennis courts For more Informatbn David Mueller at 6204210 or Kevin Brulngton at 62901 71 Rangers plan July 8 salute ARLINGTON Texas AP The Texas Rangers are planning July com memorating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Negro National Professional Baseball League The tribute will Include two youth baseball games at the prPepper Youth Ballpark a bythe a salute to Texan Rube Foster who founded the Negro National League in 1920 former Negro League stars Bill Beverly Joe Larry Doty and Sammy Haynes are scheduled to appear Oilers sign Jeffires to contract HOUSTON the Houston Oilers have signed veteran wide receiver Haywood Jeffi res to a ninth season with the team the club announced Friday Jeffires was one of three players inked to deals Friday but no terms vvere disclosed The Oilers had released the eightyear vet eran out of North Carolina State after the 1994 season Jeffires had been an stricted free agent and the Oilers had been hoping to sign him for less than he had been making Jeffires has 454 catches with the Oilers with whom he has played his entire career He is 26 behind Drew Hill the teams alltime leading passcatcher He tied fellow wide out Webster Slaughter for the team lead in receptions last year with 68 Local karate classes offered Registration for adult and youth martial arts and self defense classes currently is under way Instructor Matthew Whyte a black belt with 15 years experience will lead the classes Youth classes covering Shotokan Tai Kwan Do and Kempo scheduled for Mondays and Wednesday from to on Friday Adult classes are Mondays and Wednesday from to 8 Tai Chai classes for youth and adults ages 16 and older take place Fridays from 7 to 8 Kickboxing instruction is offered Fridays from 6 to 7 The classes which emphasizes self defense and personal training along with some tournament competition will be at Comprehensive Fitness 1551 Walnut White a former instructor at karate schools in Virginia and Guam has trained under super heavyweight champion kick boxer Dennis Lane i For more information call 6065339 i NB Little League registration The New Braunfels Little League fall for aPd 9fl a9es is 1 pow taking registration for incoming minor and major league players fpr the 1996 season The training will develop skills in prepa ration for the Spring League and Saturday games in September and October Registration fee is gntil July 1 Late fee is Adults interested in man aging coaching or umpiring are encour aged to contact the league Registration forms are available at Rawlings Sporting Qoods and Vivroux Sporting Goods For more information call Michel Garrott at I Canyon Lake Golf sets league Canyon UKe Golf and Country Club is taking memberships for a new Monday night golf league The ninehole competition yrilj begin at every Monday fntry fee is with going to the pro shop for earning The other will be collect ed fer an endof theseason league prize with the points winner getting For call 8993372 New Braunfels AllStars1 dream ends in Gonzales From staff reports GONZALES The final game in a memorable tournament run wasnt exact ly the dream ending they envisioned but the New Braunfels American Little League AllStars returned from the District 31 championship with chins raised high I knew they had to be tired after all the games theyve played over the last 11 days traveling to and from Seguin and NB AllStar Head Coach Michael Garrott said This last game did nt go our way but these kids are win ners for what theyve done throughout the tournament and The Yoakum AllStars the South Zone champions proved to have more energy in the District 31 championship winning 252 Friday night The NB AllStars finished the 16team tournament as North Zone champions and district runnersup in the IGyearold boys division The team complied a 52 record in the tournament and highlighted a fivegame winning stretch with three straight come frombehind victories For the tournament the NB AllStars averaged 10 runs per game Having played seven games in less than two weeks including four in the last three days the NB American Little League AllStars had exhausted its pitch ing staff Yoakum scored 15 runs in the first inning and never looked back They took advantage of 15 walks surrendered by four different pitchers In the end parents relatives and fans cheered their NB AllStars for a success ful tournament and for well representing their hometown fen HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Tim Hildebrand third baseman for the New Braunfels American Little League AllStars comes close on the tag In the second Inning of the District 31 Championship ibe tennis set for local leagu HeraldZeitung phctos by MICHAEL DARNALL Newcombe Tennis Ranch Is currently home to the Chinese World Federation Cup team Team mem ber LI LI is one of four players on the team which will compete In upcoming tournaments Drug testing prep athletes could come back to haunt Thomas Godley Its a sad sign of the times when public schools have the blessing of the nations highest court to randomly test athletes for drug use Though the testing probably is not going to happen any time soon in Texas high schools the mere idea of singling out kids who sign up for sports leads us to conclude that drugs and athletics have something in common My first suspicion when the Supreme Court announced its decision this week centered around an attack on drugs that would give athletes the edge during competition The prime suspects were steroids Nobody likes cheaters and we all know players who use steroids have all kinds of unfair advantages Random drug tests would make a kid think twice about getting bulked up with chemicals If it would keep all things equal between for example runners at a high school track meet or save a young athlete from ruining his body then the new policy would have a few merits Beyond those drugs that enhance performance though silly to think thai kids would mix drugs and sports because most drugs at least the most prevalent ones on the high school level tend to make a player less sharp in a competitive situation But that doesnt seem to be the underlying reason behind the drug testing issue The justice who wrote for the majority explained that a student who tries out for the local school team is willing to accept invasion of privacy After all the athlete showers with other kids and changes in the locker room he wrote Along with that kids in school are under the custody of school officials and are not expected to receive the same rights as adults That reasoning isnt exactly convincing What it says to me is that a student who wants to be a part of an extra curricula activity that promotes teamwork physical conditioning and responsibility has to pay a price to do so Down the road if schools do decide to make use of the courts decision plenty of young men and women will choose to stay away from sports to avoid losing some basic rights Instead they might join band or maybe the drill team Which brings us to another question of why other student groups arent part of the drug testing campaign Are athletes the sole users of drugs Other kids might forget school groups altogether and simply join a gang Ironically some might even get mixed up with the wrong group of kids who introduce them drugs The justices must not have looked that far into the future when making their new ruling Worldclass facility will open courts to programs By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Newcombe Tennis Ranch is known to many in our area as training grounds for some of the worlds top junior tennis players The international image is vital to its business and to luring visitors from many countries For local tennis players how ever the commitment to junior tennis and outoftown clients has left limited access to the facility Newcombe is ready to change all that with a fall listing of new leagues lessons clinics and club memberships Weve always known New Braun fels and the surrounding area has a strong tennis said Jeremy Field send CEO at Newcombe We want to provide an opportunity for those local players to join us in tennis leagues that offer a country club type setting at rea sonable The upcoming programs will include mens and womens leagues adult clinics with private and semiprivate lessons and junior development programs Originally built as a dude ranch in the 1940s Newcombe has created a world wide reputation as a premier junior acad emy and currently has four junior play ers competing at Wimbledon Juniors in London Phil Hendrie Newcombe tennis direc tor said he has long seen the need for additional tennis programs for the com munity Having researched and mulled the idea with local players who gave positive feedback Hendrie put the wheels in motion several months ago As the chief coordinator of the leagues Hendrie said he plans to add a personal ized touch that emphasizes a play hard laugh hard approach We want people to come out and enjoy themselves while they are working to improve their tennis Hendrie said We also want this to be a family oriented league where people feel at 1 home here at Newcome tennis facts Location 46 approximately htea vrtstoTLoop 337 VlsSw Braunfels Facility features 28 onship hard courts 4 covered courts 3 lighted newstateofteart Clay 5oUrtS Pro shop artd founge Staff More than 3D pros selected torn among lop collegiate and profes sional players in the world Top pros include Clarence Matey Jeremy Reldsend Owen Davidson and Phil Hendde History Built in the 1940s by part tiers ttohn Newoorjibe Clarence Mabry and Graeme The ranch Is among the one of the premier facilities in he wortd Family memberships will cost year and include use of the tennis lurts swimming pool soccer field voi le yball pits basketball court restaurant a id bar The mens leagues will offer h ird court and clay court competition Tennis players who join the league v ill find firstclass amenities at New combe The facility features include 28 hard courts and four new clay courts Christa Lovett a local tennis player aid youth coordinator for the New Ejraunfels Tennis Association said the w leagues will be highly anticipated A lot of people in the area are excit Lovett said The leagues will add a np w dimension for local tennis I think having a place to play in a relaxed social eivironment is important for new play looking to meet other players with s milar Lovelt said novice tennis players often have difficulty finding partners outside of leagues The mens and womens leagues will bsgin September 4 and will be scheduled two to three times per week with ses sions available in the mornings and evenings Costs range from to f r sevenweek sessions The junior programs will be available for youth ages 4 to 18 These sessions vill teach etiquette fitness and self esteem Members of the New Braunfels Texas Tough Soryu Karate School recently fought their way to trophies at two state tournaments Jordan Gomez Wade Pantermuehl and Phillip Gomez were winners at the Cotton Belt Tournament in Dallas Submitted photo Karate kids kick way to trophies From submitted reports Three local karate students recently returned from state tournaments where they placed in the top five in several events Jordan Gomez Wade Pantermuehl II and Phillip Gomez all members of the Texas Tough Soryu Karate competed in the tournaments Jordan a purple belt took third place in kalas at the Cotton Belt Tour nament in Dallas He competed in a field of 33 fighters At the Texas Chal lenge in Houston he came in fourth in pamng Wade look first place in sparring at the Cotton Belt He also captured third n katas against a field of 25 compcti lors Phillip placed third in katas at the Motion Belt after tying for second with n orange belt opponent He also laced eight in katas at the Texas Chal engc The fighters are preparing along with other members of the Texas Tough Soryu school to compete in he 1995 Super Grands World Games n San Antonio   

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