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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 7, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                6 A G HeraldZeitung a Sunday danuary Sports Day To talk with Sports Ecjitor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 The Press I didnt think it was going to happen You dont believe it at first and then to end it right then I guess I was kind of in Dan Marino on the resignation of Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula In the news Baseball practice sessions offered to local players Baseball players ages nine to 1 8 can sign up for practice sessions scheduled to begin March 1 at Home Run Batting Cage 1563 St in Gruene The practices which will provide quali ty instruction on hitting fielding throwing and game rules will be led by Jim Pace and his staff Pace a successful coach and former semjpro player is a current college arid high school umpire with 30 years of experience The sessions are scheduled for days nights and weekends The cost is per half hour All equipment will be furnished but players may bring their own For more information call Pace at 606 6676 Seguin Sidekicks open 1996 soccer season The Seguin Sidekicks soccer team will have tryouts for boys ages 12 and under on Saturday Jan 13 and Sunday Jan 14 from 2 to 4 pm at Seguin High School prac tice field on E Court St Registration begins at 1 30 for both days The sessions are open to youth born between Aug 1 1983 and July 31 1985 Players under the age limits may try out for the team Anyone interested should bring a parent or guardian to the sessions to sign the nec essary release form or pickone up in advance at Seguin Alternator GBRA or Vivroux Sporting Goods Players must wear shorts soccer shoes and shin pads Bring a soccer ball and No 4 soccer ball The Sidekicks Board approved the new team at the December meeting and also approved Ken Kiel and Kenny Kykes as coaches for the team After the spring league the coaches and sidekicks board will evaluate the potential for expanding to provide an additional team in the fall for boys under the age of 14 Seguin Sidekicks team was formed in 1 994 to encourage player development through training and competitive play For more information call Kiel at 327 3569 Dykes at 3725356 or Rossi Flores 210 6394980 NB Youth Soccer kicks off The New Braunfels Youth Soccer club will hold tryouts for the spring season at 9 Jan 13 at HEB Soccer Fields on Live Oak Street Players ages 10 to 18 are invited to com pete for a spot on the team Fall Blitz players do not need to try out The Blitz program is a paid professional training program with a staff of four out standing trainers Player development is the cornerstone of the program and BLITZ players are noted for having better skills than their opponents Recent UIL rule changes now allow high school soccer players to participate in the Blitz training which runs from Jan 15 to May 15 The progam has flexible times to help fit j with players schedules The make up day is Jan 20 at 9 at the HEB Soccer Fields For more informa tion call Steve Morris at 6263734 for more information CYO to hold track sign up The Catholic Youth Organization will be taking registration for track for youths boys and girls ages 4 to 17 on the following days and times Sunday Jan 7 from to rioon Saturday Jan 13 from 9 to Sunday Jan 14 from to noon All registrations will be held in front of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church 386 N Castell New Braunfeis While the CYO is a Catholic organization all sports programs sponsored by the CYO including track soft ball basketball and soccer are open to young boys and girts of the The CYQ atitetic programs Jiave been mate to local mpre i Anthony War Cold shooting dooms NB at Dome Unicorns score 4 points in 3rd period By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO The weather forecast called for a cold front to blow into Central Texas late Friday For the New Braunfels Unicorns it came a few hours early at the Alamodome Missing nine of 11 shots from the field in the third quarter the Unicorns fell behind by 22 points and couldnt make up the deficit as top ranked Round Rock McNeil rolled to a 5745 win The loss came despite a sparkling defensive effort that saw the Unicorns hold the highscor ing Mavericks to 17 points below their season average However the problem continues to be the teams periodic cold spells on offense Were going to put together a whole game one of these Wilkins said Defensively we played well but we just get to those points where we cant seem to score Its Early on the Unicorns stayed close trailing 1514 at the end of the first quarter McNeil led 2821 at halftime after Aaron Page a 65 allstate forward sank a threepoint shot with five sec onds on the clock Page scored 20 of this gamehigh 24 points in the first half Jeff Powell had drained a running jumpshot that brought the Unicorns to within 2521 with under a minute remaining in the second quarter Even after Pages trey the game was within reach Then the freeze hit The Unicorns went six minutes and 15 seconds without a bucket in the third quarter Burden ended the drought with a layup at the Ian Owens scored the only other basket for the Unicorns in that four point third quarter The Mavericks meanwhile reeled off 19 points and took command of the game They just ran us to said forward HeraldZeitung photos by THOMAS GODLEY New Braunfels defense limited the McNeil Mavericks to only 57 points The Unicorn offense however sputtered with 45 points Wenzel who scored six points We knew about Page but we just couldnt stop him Its not just him Their whole team is good We played hard but I think we could have done better on New Braunfels made 16 of 47 field goal attempts including four of 18 from 3point range McNeil hit 22 of 47 shots and eight of 13 treys Ray Chapa led the Unicorns with 10 points Mike Doherty scored six Owens Aaron Moore Tony Bradford and Kelly Garza score four points each New Braunfels pulled down 24 rebounds to McNeils 29 McNeil coach Darrell Hagemann said the Unicorns defense and the large arena posed offensive problems for the Mavericks Its hard to shoot here because you dont have a backdrop like you normally would in a smaller Hagemann said You also have to make some adjustments in j The Unicorns are still looking to end a five game skid They have another chance on Tues day at at home against Central Catholic This was a loss but a good experience for the kids to play against a quality team in the Alam Wilkins said The players were upbeat and I think if we keep working hard before its all said and done we will at least have a say in the district Eagles rookie silent on Irvin AP Sports Writer VERO BEACH Fla AP Bobby Taylor has learned a few things about Michael Irvin after facing the Dallas Cowboys twice this season Hes just not saying what those lessons are I dont want to make any comment about the rookie cor nerback said as the Philadelphia Eagles prepared to play the Cowboys in Sundays NFC divisional playoff Over and over Taylor was asked about what he did to contain Irvin in the Eagles 2017 upset over Dallas on Dec 10 Over and over Taylor kept quiet Taylor has reason to crow He won NFC defensive player of the week honors for limiting Irvin to three catches for 40 yards and no touchdowns And he wonthat honor again for his work against another Pro Bowl receiver Herman Moore in last weeks 5837 wildcard victory over the Detroit Lions But Taylor refuses to boast Its like last he said When the game comes everything will be said and done The few observations Taylor have given this season have been brief and generic and usually offered with head bowed and a soft voice Instead others are talking about him Owner Jeffrey Lurie called Taylor one of the Eagles biggest surprises this season NFL playoff glance Divisional Playoffs Saturday Jan 6 Pittsburgh 41 Buffalo Green Bay 27 San Francisco 17 Sunday Jan 7 Philadelphia at Dallas Indianapolis at Kansas City 4 Conference Championships Sunday Jan 14 Pairings and 4 Super iowi At Sun Devil Stadium nempe Ariz Sunday Jan 28 AFC champion vs NFC champion Sunday Feb 4 Pro Bowl at Honolulu CHS Cougars By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor I just remember the real talented cornerbacks coming into the league and being beaten on all kinds of Lurie said There arent that many in the first year that can raise to the level of performance and the Coach Ray Rhodes who is stingy with praise said Taylor has improved a great deal Rhodes biggest complaints about Taylor concerned his erratic tack ling and his inconsistent practice habits By concentrating more at practice Taylor has improved his tackling I think it had more to do with Taylor said When I first started out in camp my practicing wasnt very good I think watching some of the older guys seeing how they practiced that makes me want to pick it up a little bit Michael Irvin SAN ANTONIO The Canyon Cougars used a 167 run in the third quarter to break open a onepoint game at halftime and cruise past the Central Catholic Buttons 6759 on Friday This was a good win for us because it was on the road in a packed closedin gym with very vocal Canyon coach Ken ny Rotzler said We were having to communicate with hand sig nals a lot of the time It was tough but well see that kind of situation in district so we have to be ready for The Cougars open the 284A schedule next Friday at Bastrop The victory was the sixth straight for Canyon which led by as many as 14 points late in the fourth quarter Facing that deficit Central Catholic was forced to slow the clock by fouling Canyon con verted 14 of 24 free throws Kenny Rotzler INBA glance EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Orlando 25 6 New York 20 10 Washington 16 14 Miami 15 14 517 Boston 13 17 433 New Jersey 12 18 Philadelphia 6 24 Central Division Chicago 27 3 Indiana 18 806 667 533 9 400 200 900 CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Houston 23 9 San Antonio 20 9 Utah 21 11 656 Denver 13 18 Dallas 8 22 267 Minnesota 8 22 Vancouver 6 25 Pacific Division Seattle 22 9 719 690 2 419 14 267 14 Detroit Jimmy Keresztury who picked up two fouls early in the sec ond quarter and sat he bench until halftime finished with 26 points and 18 rebounds He hit nine of 14 shots from the field and eight of 11 free throws The Cougars halfcourt mantoman defense and traps lim ited the Buttons to 11 points inthe first quarter However their 2011 rally in the second quarter put the Buttons ahead 3231 at intermission Travis Wommack Rocky Johnson and Keresztu ry combined for 16 points in the third quarter as Canyon regained the lead 4739 The offense sputtered a bit when Jimmy was out of the Rotzler said In the third quarter we decided to pound it For the game the Cougars converted 26 of 42 shots from the field Wommack finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds including a threepoint shot that put Canyon in front 6450 in the fourth quarter Johnson had 10 points 10 rebounds and three steals Guard Hector Torres scored seven of his eight points in the first half and had five assists Ricky Boehle guided the offense and scored his four points off a steal and fastbreak drive to the goal Brad Henze and Richard Grohman bolstered a strong defense and had two points each Canyon which topped Central Catholic 6861 in the opening game of the season next faces Marble Falls at Cougar Den on Monday at 8 ports Briefs Ledyards key 903 lift Stars past Winnipeg DALLAS AP Dallas Stars defenseman Grand Ledyard put an end to two long droughts with one timely shot Ledyards goal off a rebound with 20 seconds left against Winnipeg on Friday night ended the Stars 0101 skid against Central Division opponents and also stopped a streak of 11 failed powerglay attempts got to fight our way up through the said right wing Todd Harvey who had two goals to spark the Stars to an ear ly 40 lead At this point it doesnt matter who we play weve got to keep Dallas had failed on four powerplay chances against the Jets before Ledyards gamewinner his fourth goal of the season The Stars in last place in the division seven points behind the Jets entered the game 24th in the league on the power play If wed have only gotten a tie we would have been pretty Ledyard said Nets sue for arena profits NEWARK AP Hold everything Before the building in which they play gets a new name the New Jersey Nets want to ensure they get a cut of the proceeds After the Nets sued Friday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from changing the name of the arena at the Mead owlands sports complex a state judge suggest ed both parties try to resolve the issue before he has a hearing Tuesday The Nets sued a day after the authority announced it was changing the name of the Brendan Byrne Arena where the Nets and the New Jersey Devils play to the Continental Air lines Arena in a 12year deal with the airline worth approximately million in cash and air line tickets The Devils lease which they signed in November gives them 30 percent of the deal but the Nets current lease has no such provision which a Nets executive said is at least part of their motivation The authority said it is shocked and disap pointed by the Nets lawsuit as they were ful ly apprised of our new marketing i Old Dominion downs UT NORFOLK Va AP Shanda Deberry scored 21 points and Ticha Penicheiro had 15 points and 12 assists Friday as No 16 Old Dominion defeated Texas 9861 The Monarchs 91 opened the game with a 205 run en route to a 5115 halftime lead Texas 45 was 5of35 from the field in the first half including 0for10 from 3point range Old Dominion on the other hand could hard ly miss shooting 63 percent in game including 6of7 from 3point Andrade had 12 points for the Monarchs while Clarisse Machanguana added Viglione was the only Longhom in double figures with 15   

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