New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 27, 1996, Page 6

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March 27, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Day “A man’s gotta make at least one bet a day, else he could be walking around lucky and never know it.” — Jimmy Jones, former horseracing trainer. Tournament glance 9 Holes — Blue Toot: Peter Burns, 40; Dan Treanor, 43. Dusty Owens, 44; Josh Speck. 44; Hagen Cohle, 44; Stuart Griffin, 45; Michael Schaeffer, ‘45; Andrew Hause, 45; John Ray, 46; Chris Hailey, 47, Will Slaughter, 48; Sondy Coker, 50; Jeffrey Kovalcik, 52; Dallas Miller. 57. 9 Holes — Whit* Toes Gatlyn McDonald, 49; Ray Haynes, 50; J. Dylan Reininger. 56. 9 Holes, — Rod Tees Josh Ray, 46; Christine Treanor, 53; Christine Kovalcik, 55; Cody Crandall. 56; Stephanie Schaeffer, 56; Ashley Schneider, 59, Keith Britton, 60. 6 Holes — Red Tees Reece Timmermann, 33; John Hailey, 35; Andrew Scott, 40; Scott Lyssy, 41; Ethan Clark, 44; Heather Lohmeier, 44; Daniel Ferguson, 45; Joshua Downey, 46; Blaise Korzekwa, 47. ■ Refreshments for the tournament were provided courtesy of the Factory Outlet Stores of New Braunfels. NBJGA will next host an advanced/intermediate tournament at Landa Park on Friday. April 12 at 4 p.m. It will be followed by an all-level clinic and board meeting at Sundance on Thursday, April 18 at 5:30 p.m. A beginner tournament will be held Saturday, April 20 at 10 a m. at Par Tee Golf Center in Seguin. For further information or membership registration, please call Jodi McDonald at 625-4831. State champions Canyon High School’s Tyana Michalec (far right) was the overall champion in the 114- pound division at the Texas State High School Women’s Powerlifting Meet in Beaumont. She lifted a total of 640 pounds. Marci Allen (far left) captured second overall and first in Class 4A in the 148-division, lifting 710. Amber Anderson and Amber Heitkamp placed 4th and 5th respectively. The Canyon power-lifting team is coach ed by Dan Burke (middle). Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Coaches name girls’ All-District soccer team Comal County places 11 on 284A first team From staff reports Eleven Comal County high school girls’ soccer players were named to the Coaches’ 28-4A All-District first team for 1996. The district champion New Braunfels Unicorns topped the list with six players on the first team. Smithson Valley and Alamo Heights each had four, and Canyon had one. The following are the first and second team, and honorable mention selections: First Tsam Forwards — Jennifer Alford, Sr., NBHS; Dorothy May, So., Canyon; Haley Adcock, junior, SHVS; Ashley Summers, soph., Alamo Heights, Midfielders — Alejandra Lopez, Sr., Alamo Heights; Courtney Kila, Sr., Alamo Heights; Lea Alba, Sr., NBHS; Tara Mahoney, Sr., SVHS; Audrey Aguirre, Soph, NBHS; Defense — Shannon Ingram, Sr., Alamo Heights; Bethany Welch, Sr., SVHS; Summer Scheel, Jr., NBHS; Patty Jo Maxey, Jr., NBHS; Keeper — Kelly Roberts, Sr., SVHS, Kristi Hull, Soph, NBHS. Second loam Forwards — Jennifer Eary, sophomore, Smithson Valley; Dawn Gibson, freshman, Smithson Valley; Cynthia Escobedo, sophomore, New Braunfels; Emily Gray, junior. Alamo Heights; Midfielders — Jody Hetchler, freshman, New Braunfels; Melissa Saldivar, senior, Canyon; Defense — Cambry Clark, junior, Smithson Valley; Erin Ousley, junior, Canyon; Alice McPherson, senior, Alamo Heights and Jessica Ibarra, senior, Alamo Heights. Honorable mention Stacey Shaw, sophomore, Alamo Heights; Jenny Hawkins, sophomore, Canyon; Jill Rust, sophomore, Smithson Valley; Jenny Kuhn, sophomore, Smithson Valley.Elizabeth Self, sophomore, Alamo Heights; Heather Barker, sophomore, New Braunfels; ; Orion Thompson, junior, Smithson Valley; Kelly Nairn, senior, Smithson Valley; Amber Anderson, freshman, Canyon; Larin McPeak, . freshman, New Braunfels; Amanda Fergusa, \ junior, Alamo Heights; and Laurie Hiracheta, sophomore, Canyon.    • Burns scorches field at NB Junior Golf Tournament From submitted reports' Perhaps it is the quiet confidence that draws ■attention toihe San Antonio Churchill junior, but nailing five consecutive pars is what gave Peter Bums his second win in as many New Braunfels Junior Gold Association tournaments he has entered. With a four-over 40, Burns felt he could have played stronger. "I had already played IS today,” lie explained softly. “I hit my drives tine, but gave up my putting game on the 1st and 3rd.” Bums putted within six inches of the final hole from eight feet out before finalizing the three-stroke lead. The NBJGA tournament was courtesy of PGA Professional John Ferguson Jr., and was held at San Marcos’ Quail Creek Country Club, drawing one of the largest fields of talent in the area. Another familiar face, that of Smithson Valley High School junior Dan Treanor, came in at second in the Silver A division with his score of 43. Treanor shot par on the 6th, and closed in at only once back with a birdie on the first before Burns recovered with pars on the second and fourth. Two New Braunfels Middle school golfers, Josh Speck and Hagen Cohle. were tied at 44 for third, with the final ruling going in favor of Speck. Cohle recorded pars on 1, 3 and 4 to finish in strong contention, but it was the par-3 eighth that gave Speck third place. In the Blue A division, it was NBJGA new comer Dusty Owens that convincingly captured first with pars on five of the nine holes for a total of 44. New Braunfels High School freshman Andrew House took thoro second just j{ one back al 45 with pars on I and 2, followed by 11-year-old Christian Academy fifth-grad-cr Chris Hailey at 47. Oak Run sixth-grader Gatlyn McDonald Uxik first place in die Silver B division with pars on the 4th and 8th for a total of 49. McDonald held a five-stroke lead going into the final three holes, but NBJGA newcomer Ray Haynes of Smithson Valley Middle School challenged to come in at 50 for second place. Another Oak Run student, J. Dylan Reininger, shot bogey on the 8th to total 56 for third place. In the Blue B division. Mountain Valley third-grader Josh Ray placed first with his stunning total of 46 on nine. Ray parred 4,6, and 7, and took bogeys on three of the remaining six holes. Two other consistent w inners. Christine Treanor and Christine Kovalcik, took second and third, respectively, with scores of 53 and 55. Treanor is a Smithson Valley Middle School student, w hile Kovalcik attends Carl Schurz. " In the six-hole Silver C division, Frazier Elementary fifth-grader Reece Timmermann maintained his two-stroke lead to capture first with his score of 33, followed by seven-year-old John Hailey at 35 for second. Both Timmermann and Hally shot par on the 4th Another NBJGA newcomer, Scott Lyssy of Optimists club golf tourney set for March 30 The New Braunfels Optimists will kick off the first annual “Friends of Youth Golf Tournament” Saturday, March 30 at Rebecca Creek Golf Course, northeast of Spring Branch. Deadline for registration is March 23. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit local youth scouts, Little League teams, Boys’ State programs, bicycle safety courses, a Youth Appreciation Banquet and funding for scholarships. NB Little League gets set for opening-day ceremonies The New Braunfels National Little League will open the 1996 season with ceremonies on March 30 at 10 am, at the baseball fields near Landa Park. The American League president will throw the opening pitch to signify that both leagues will come together next season in a unified league. Mike Kelly is the National League president for 1996. NBMS golfers tee up at San Marcos Tournament The following are results for New "Braunfels-Middle-School golfers who com- ~ peted in the San Marcos Golf Tournament on March 25. Eighth grade boys: Michael Schaeffer, 40; Stewart Griffin, 42; Josh Speck, 47; Matt Janca, 50; Hagen Cohle, 56. Team Finish — first Individual — Michael Schaeffer, first place 8th*grade boys Seventh grade boys Dustin Graves, 52; Deryk Lindsey, 55; Chris Cameron, 57; Chad Guthrie, 59; Tommy Fey, 73. Team finish — third Girls Laura Boutwell 43; Cody Crandal, 56; Megan Villareal, 69. Individual — Laura Boutwell, first place girls division. Rockin’ R sponsors volleyball, inner tubing competition The Rockin' R Riverjam is signing up volleyball teams and inner tubing contestants for the April 6 music festival. Sign up also is being taken for a |alapeno-eating contest scheduled for 3 p.m. The fee is $30 per volleyball team. Call Barry’s Underpass Saloon after noon at 625-1223 for entry forms. The inner tube contest begins at 1 p.m. Cost is $10 per persop, which includes an inner tube, lifejacket and transportation to the river. All contests have first, second and third place prizes. Tickets to the Riverjam are $5 or $10 per family. Each contestant in the volleyball, inner tubing and jalapeno eating contest receives free entry into the fesitival. For more information, call 609-5030. Registration continues for Hummel Golf Tournament Golfers can still sign up to play in the Hummel Museum’s Golf Tournament set for Landa Park Course on Friday, March 29, and many local businesses and individuals have made contributions to this tournament to make it a success. The competition starts at 8 a.m. Registration fee is $50 per person for a four-man team, which includes green fee, cart rental, lunch and prizes. Tournament Chair Frank Schaeffer has assembled a wide array of sponsors and prizes for the tournament, including a holeinone prize 1996 Ford Ranger XLT courtesy of Bluebonnet Motors on the par 3 hole No. 9. Tickets will be sold for the museum's Hummelfest Raffle. Prizes include a signed Ben Hogan sculpture by Paul Tadlock of New Braunfels and two round-trip airline tickets compliments of Continental Airlines and Rennert’s New Braunfels Travel For more information, call (210) 609-5131 or pick up an entry form at the Hummel Museum. Unicorns notch 6th straight district win By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor The New Braunfels Unicorns are closing in on a playoff spot. With a 10-5 victory over the Hays Lady Rebels on Tuesday, the Unicorns (14-8, 6-0) stayed unbeaten in District 28-4A and put the magic number for a post-season bid at two more wins. “It’s looking real good for us right now, but we know there’s still four games left in the second round,” NBHS coach Cindy Manley said. “We have to keep working and give it our best shot because everyone is going to be coming after us.” The Lockhart Lady Lions (13-10, 4-2), winners over Bastrop, remained two games behind New Braunfels in the district standings. A four-run rally in the fifth inning secured the Unicorns’ two game cushion in district and sixth straight win. Hays (11-9, 2-4) jumped out to 4-0 lead in the first inning. The Unicorns closed the gap to 5-4 in the third inning then took the lead in the fourth. Second baseman Roxanne Blue belted a two-run homer over the left-center field wall, driving in Misty Roberts and giving the Unicorns their first lead at 6-5. It was Blue’s second home run of the season. Roberts added a two-RBI double in the fifth inning that scored April Tuch and Melinda Aguirre. Braune’s suicide bunt then brought in Roberts and capped the scoring. Blue went 2-for-4 with a home mn and a double. Roberts was 2-for-3, with 2RBI. Pitcher Tammy Braune boosted her record to 8-7, giving up six hits in five innings. The Unicom next host Canyon on Friday at 3:20 p.m. Submitted photo NBJGA Quail Creek winners are: (bottom, l-r) Josh Speck, Joe Tafoya (center) Gatlyn McDonald, Josh Ray, Reece Timmermann, Ethan Clark, John Hailey, Andrew Scott, J, Dylan Reininger, Heather Lohmeier, Christine Treanor (back) Christine Kovalcik, Peter Burns, Scott Lyssy, Chris Hailey, Ray Haynes, Dusty Owens, Dan Treanor and Andrew Hause Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Shelley Sauer winds up for a pitch. The Ranger senior notched her eighth win of the season on Tuesday, defeating the Canyon Cougarettes 11-5. Rangers beat Canyon By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY — The Smithson Valley Rangers (8-7, 3-3) scored six runs in the fourth inning to surge past the Canyon Cougarettes 11-5 on Tuesday at Ranger Field. The win kept the Rangers’ playoff hopes alive in the District 28-4A softball race. “This was a must-win game for us,” said SVHS assistant coach Paul Dionne. "The girls needed to rebound from last week and secure at least a third place spot.” After a 15-minute weather delay, the teams returned the field with the Rangers leading 7-4 in the fourth inning. Designated hitter Roberta Legg belted a two-run single that sparked the Rangers’ six-run explosion that broke open a tight game. Pitcher Shelley Sauer went the distance, striking out two and walking six to earn her eighth win of the season in 15 games. The Ranger defense committed no errors for the second time in 1996. Cami Cunningham led the Rangers offense which collected seven hits. Cunningham went 2-for-3 with two runs. Sasha Homer also was 2-for-3 with two runs. Canyon tallied six hits and three errors. Smithson Valley’s next opponent is Lockhart at Ranger Field on Friday. The Ranger JV defeated the Canyon JV 7-5. -wr- ■rgfj Falls City, took third place with a total of 41. A four-stroke advantage at 40 put Seele fifth-grader Andrew Scott in first place in the Blue C division. Mountain Valley’s seven- year-old Ethan Clark and nine-year-okl Heather Lohmeier bed at 44, with Clark’s score of seven on the sixth, putting him one ahead for second, followed by Lohmeier in third. ;

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