New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 19, 1995, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Tuesday, September 19,1995 □ 5 Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24. Herald-Zeitung Sports Day 06 >C' J The Press "My feelings are hurt a little bit, but business Is business. I guess, In my heart, I knew that I would be leaving this team. I’ll Just roll with the punches.” — San Antonio Spurs forward Terry Cummings, after being released from the team on Monday. In the news New Braunfels volleyball set to start fall league season The New Braunfels Volleyball Association is currently taking registration through Sept. 27. Forms may be picked up at the Comal Independent School District Administrative Offices from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Team fees are $54 and player fees are $5. The Women’s "B" League will play on Tuesdays and the ‘A* League on Wednesday at the former Canyon High School gym. League play will begin the week of October 2. For more information, call the school at 625-8081 or Bernice at 629-0826 after 6 p.m. Rangers fall to Mariners 8-1 SEATTLE (AP) — In Randy Johnson, the Seattle Mariners could have the AL Cy Young Award winner. His pitching could be taking the team to its first playoff berth. The Texas Rangers, trying to stay in the league’s wild-card race, got a look at Johnson in one of the season’s biggest games Monday night. Johnson (15-2) was at his overpowering best for Seattle. The 6-foot-10 left-hander allowed only three hits in eight innings, striking out 10, as the Mariners defeated Texas for the sixth time in seven games. The Mariners are 24-3 in games in which Johnson has started this year. “He’s pitched awfully, awfully well all year," Mariners manager Lou Piniella said after Johnson’s 8-1 victory. “Certainly, I’m prejudiced because I manage him, but he’s been dominating all year. Leading a four-team wild-card battle, the Mariners — winners of five of six and eight of 10 — woke up today only two games behind California in the AL West race. Cowboys vexed by miscues IRVING, Texas (AP) — Buffeted by fumbles, dropped passes, a missed extra point and a blown chip-shot field goal, somehow the Dallas Cowboys managed to win a game they should have lost. Quarterback Troy Aikman stood in a somber locker room Monday and explained how the Cowboys overcame a slick ball, crowd noise and enough errors for a month of games. “We have players on this team who refuse to lose no matter what’s happened," Aikman said. “We’ve grown accustomed to winning and this is a team that goes down fighting.” Although the offense struggled through a mess of mistakes, Dallas beat the Minnesota Vikings 23-17 on Emmitt Smith's 31-yard touchdown run in overtime Sunday night. Aikman botched a two-minute drill at the end of the first half when he let time run out. He also lost the ball on a fumbled snap. Smith lost the ball on a fumble and Michael Irvin, Daryl Johnston and Jay Novacek all dropped passes. Four in a row for New Braunfels tennis team From staff reports Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Andrea Giesick won four matches during team competition this weekend. The New Braunfels varsity tennis team notched four wins in team competition over the weekend. Defeating Austin Anderson 12-6, Uvalde 17- 1, San Antonio Lee 13-4 and Canyon 15-3, the Unicorns improved their season record to 9-1. The following arc scores in singles and double competition. (New Braunfels players are listed first) New Braunfels vs. Lee — Craig Sciantarelli def. Winston Liu 6-4, 6-0; David Toor def. Brendan McCarthy 6-4,6-0; Noel Tristan lost to Taino Tenney 6-3, 6-2. Jake Brooks def. Josh Reynolds. Shawn Schom lost to Bhanlik Men-ta 6-1,6-2. Greg Lisk lost to Nils Storm 6-0,6- 2. Sciantarelli-Brooks def. Hamancy-Lin 6-2, 1-3 (ret.); Toor-Tristan def. Tenney-Mcnta 6-2, 7-5. Schom-Bright lost to Storrc-Stayer. Rebekah Forney def. Jessica Heggen 6-2,6-2; Andrea Giesick def. Marla Simpson 6-1,6-0. Amanda Schneider lost to Yolanda Duron 6-1, 6-4; Alison Damarodas def. Rim Brichman, 6- 0, 4-1 (ret.) Cari Schneider def. Kelly Cunningham. Anneke Kuehlerdef. Heide Kane 6-4, 6-3. Fomey-Giesick def. Heggen-Simpson 6-0, 6-3. Damarodas-Schneider def. Birchman-Cun-ningham 4-6,6-3,6-1. Dewitt-C. Schneider lost to Duron-Kane, 6-3,6-2. New Braunfels vs. Canyon — Kevin Hargrove lost to Travis Richards 6-0,6-1. Sciantarelli def. Greg Roberts 6-2,6-0. Davinder Toor def. Luke Cannon 6-4, 6-3. Tristan def. Brian Schwartz 6-0,7-5. Saad lost to Braton Adams 4- 6.6-4,6-4. Jake Brooks def. Tommy Thompson 6-3,6-2. Jeremy Neilson def. Kevin Whitener 6- 1.6-1. Sciantarelli-Richards lost to Hargrove-Cannon 7-6,6-4. Tristan-Toor dfe. Schwartz-Adams 7-6,6-2. Mcguffey-Brooks def. Roberts-Thomp-son 6-2,4-6,6-3. Forney def. Andrea Krueger, 6-2,6-0. Giesick def. Lora Woollven 6-0,6-0. Amanda Schneider def. Dallas Tschoepe 6-2,6-2. Damarodas def. Kit Scarbrough 6-1,6-2; C. Schneider def. Katie Woollven 6-0, 6-1. Kuehler def. Christine Leopold 6-0,6-1. Fomey-Giesick def. Kruger-Tschoepe 6-0, 6-0. Damarodas-Schneider def. Woollven-Scar-brough 6-1, 6-0. DeWitt-C. Schneider def. K. Woollven-Leopold 6-0,6-0. New Braunfels vs. Lee — Richards def. Greg Steidel, 7-6, 7-6. Scianterelli def. P.J. Clack-son 6-3,1-6,6-4. Toor def. Matt Ball 7-6,6-3. Saad def. Jeremy Sagray 6-1,6-0. Will McGuffey def. Andy Carlson. Richards-Sciantarelli def. Mendenhall, 6-1,6-2. Toor-Tristan def. Steidel-Ramirez 6-2, 6-4. McGuffey-Brooks def. Ball-Mabrito 6-2, 6-4. Richards-Neilson def. Sagray-Ditszer 3-6,6-0, 7-5. Forney def. Rachel Grenberg, 6-1, 6-1. Giesick def. Katie Burke 7-5,6-2. A. Schneider lost to Anne Billingsley 6-3,6-0. Damarodas def. Xschythl Hurtadz 7-6,6-0. Cari Schneider lost to Roxana Canales 6-0,6-0. Anneke Kuehler lost to Holly Grace 6-3,6-3. Fomey-Giesick def. Grenberg-Burke 6-3,6-2. Damarodes-A. Scheider def. Billingsley-Canales 7-5, 6-4. DeWitt-C. Schneider lost to Hortado-Grance 7-5, 6-4. Ortiz Koegle lost to Jimeze Ortiz, 6-3,7-6. V Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL New Braunfels right fielder Wes Waymer drove in two runs in the All-Stars’ 17-9 win over Alamo Heights on Monday night. Irish, Longhorns look to regain winning tradition AUSTIN (AP) — The last three times Texas and Notre Dame have met, a national championship was al stake. I’hat was nearly 20 years ago. On Saturday, when the No. 13 Longhorns visit the 2lst-ranked Fighting Irish, both teams will continue a battle of rebuilding. Texas (2-0) is try mg to overcome a decade of decline, while Notre Dame (2-1) is out to show last year’s 6-5-1 record and a season-opening loss to Northwestern were aberrations. “We want to be the best program in America," said Texas coach John Mackovic. “I am not suggesting we must win this game, but it’s a game that certainly draws a lot of attention. “I call it a marquee game rather than just a big game because it pits two universities with great traditions and histones of college football against each other,” Mackovic said. “I believe our players come to Texas to play in games like this and look forward to playing the best teams in America.” While Mackovic avoids placing emphasis on one game over another, this one clearly means a Un to Tex as.The Longhorns are on the verge of rejoining the Top IO for the first time since 1990 and for only the second time since 1984. This year’s team is w idely considered the best under Mackovic, who has felt heat over a 21-14-1 record in his fourth year at Texas. A victory — even against Fighting Irish team lower in the rankings — would boost the lamghoms in their struggle back to prominence. “We need everyone to play well this week because we are playing one of the best programs in the nation,” Mackovic said. “I would expect Notre Dame to play their best football game of the year, and we have lo be ready for that.” Gunderson nets top local score in Texas Power Points contest rom staff reports With a score of 133 points, Greg iunderson look first place locally in Veek 2 of the Texas Power Points con-:st. Gunderson, 34, a New Braunfels res-Jent and insurance representative for .ulheran Brotherhood Financial Ser-icc, selected 15 correct winning teams ut of a possible 16. For his outstanding picks, Gunder-on received $25 from the Herald-Uritung. His secret? "I usually take 90 percent a the avorilcs with or two upset and always lick the Packers to win," Gunderson aid. The statewide winner was Forrest Rankin of Odessa who scored a perf ect 36 points. Four other contestants tied that score. Rankin, 56, a production manager al urn STUM Children's Menu Available J”    Sept    Spaed    ""J I H I price CHICKEN I I '/o    FRIED I I 11    STEAK I |j50« extra to go    E spirea Sept 30thJ Football Specials Sun it Mon til 11pm jb* a n n_:__ I    ▼ 12 Price N,icho<\ Boil* cl Shrimp Buthilo Shrimp Popp* re, Armadillo Eggs >:o, Gray Gunderson picked 15 of 16 winners to come in first locally. Southwest Portland Cement, was awarded the $ I,(XX) prize based on a tiebreaker system. No Cover Full Bar NB All-Stars stay perfect From staff reports Its seven games into the season, and the New Braunfels All-Stars have yet to lose in Fall League 14 to 18-year-old boys competition. The unbeaten record remained intact after a 17-9 win over the Alamo Heights All-Stars on Monday night at McAllister Park in San Antonio. Coach Jim Pace said the NB All-Stars overcome a slow start but picked up the action in the fifth inning by scoring four runs. "The intensity was there early but we had some mental letdowns in the middle innings." Pace said. "They settled down, started playing good defense and took advantage of some of their miscues." Centerfielder Tyson Carroll was 2-for-3, with three RBL three runs and four stolen bases. First baseman Robert Renner went 3-for-4 with three RBI and a run. Second baseman Josef Antosh was 4-for-4, three RBI and scored a run. Catcher Norvin Albert was I -for-2 with two RBI and three runs. Right fielder Wes Waymer was 2-for-5 with two RBI and a run. Short stop Ivan Antosh had a two-RBI single and scored a run. James Glcdhill was I-for-2 and scored a run. Pitcher Jason Martin went five innings to earn the win. He also baned I-for-2 with two runs and two walks. Jason Hildcbrandt, who picked up the save In a double header on Saturday, New Braunfels scored seven runs in the fifth inning to blow open a 4-3 game and cruise past the San Antonio Leal All-Stars 15-3. The Leal All-Stars came back to force a 3-3 tie in the second game which ended early because of time limits. In two games, centerfielder Carroll collected four hits on five plate appearances, drove in five runs and stole five bases. I AP College Football Top 25 1. Florida State 3-0 2. Nebraska 3-0 3. Texas AAM 2-0 4. Florida 3-0 5. USO 2-0 6 Penn State 2-0 7. Colorado 3-0 8. Ohio State 2-0 9. Michigan 4-0 10. Oklahoma 2-0 11. Virginia 3-1 12. Oregon 3-0 13. Taxas 2-0 14. Auburn 2-0 15. Tennessee 2-0 16 UCLA 2-1 17. Arizona 2-0 18. LSU 2-1 19. Kansas St. 2-0 20 Georgia 2-1 21. Notre Dame 2-1 22. Washington 1-1 23. Alabama 2-1 24 Maryland , 3-0 25. Arizona 2-1 HURRY. SALE BIDS SUNDAY OCT. 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