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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas J i Sports Day T6 talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 T HeraldZeitung a Thursday March O 5 ie Press The soles o were so thin step on a coi if it was heads my shoes I could n and tell or Tommy Lasorda i on growing up poor In the news Unicom girls soccer player on AllDistrict second team taure Schultz a freshman defender was one of three New Braunfels High School girls varsity payers named to the 1996 Coaches 284A AllDistrict second team Schultz helped guidb the Unicorns to a 745 record and the district champi onship Optimists club golf tourney set for March 30 The New Braunfels Optimists will kick off the first annual Friend 3 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 Litt e League teams Boys State programs bicycle safety cours es a Youth Appreciation Banquet and fund ing for scholarships New Braunfels Junior League Basketball 90 81 63 54 54 34 36 36 27 18 90 91 82 83 64 45 45 36 37 27 18 110 74 101 65 54 56 65 29 29 38 29 91 82 55 46 46 010 82 73 55 55 28 37 102 93 84 75 75 48 210 111 4th grade Rscher Construction Downtown Rotary 1 Downtown Rotary Downtown Rotary US Downtown Rotary Bevil Chunn and Burch Att Downtown Rotary 4 Witting and Miller ns Downtown Rotary 3 Downtown Rotary t2 5th grade Rockin R River Rides The Plant Haus Vordenbaum RRC Plumbing GuadaCpmaMech Pediatric Asspc Sonic DriveIn Centex Office Cerjter Mike Davis Trophies Eberhard Lumber Co Texas Heritage Const Lubys Cafeteria 9th grade S A Sports 12 S A Sports Kids 8 A Sports Kids S A Sports Kids f 5 fowling Spurs SA Sports Kids HO S A Sports Kids f6 SA Sports Kids 1 4 S A Sports Kids Tx Heritage Construction Welders Equipment Co S A Sports Kids ff3 4th grade gi Sonic Drive In Focus 3 Hair De SA Kids Sports daslroenterolog S A Kids Sports KWs grade gl Kids Sports 6th grade glr InscoDistributin S A Sports Kids igns f4 of KB 13 ion 20 17 HeraldZeitun Sports Day HITS SAN ANTONIO San Antonio Spurs are enjoying their lateseason prosperi ty The New York Knicks are simply glad to be going home The Spurs tied a franchise record with their 15th straight victory Wednesday night beating the roadweary Knicks 9084 The game was the first between the teams since they made a fourplayer deal Feb 7 Charles Smith who was sent from New York to San Antonio had 14 points and seven rebounds in 37 minutes Reid who was dealt to the Knicks had five points and three rebounds in 15 minutes Ever since we made the trade for Charles everyones been saying we are too nice too said Spurs coach Bob Hill whose team is 204 since the trade Weve beaten Seattle New York Indiana If were not tough then what are we Were very professional peo The Spurs also had a 15game winning streak at an almost identical juncture last year but center David Robinson said this season is far more harmonious without Dennis Rod man DALLAS AP The lowly Dallas Mavericks worst shooting team in the NBA snapped their 11game losing streak by defeat ing what amounts to the Houston Rockets junior varsity Theyll take the 117114 win any way they can get it This one was fashioned by the most unlikely of heroes Tony Dumas Four days ago Dumas was so deep in coach Dick Mottas doghouse he didnt even get to play on Tony Dumas jersey day against the New York Knicks Dumas scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and Jason Kidd hit two clutch free throws with seconds left Wednesday night as Dallas finally found the win column Game glance NEW YORK 84 Mason 46 tt field 2412 5 621 810 20 Starks 8191119 Harper 88006 47 00 8 Oakley 712 0014 1100 2 Ward 01000 Totals 79131784 SAN ANTONIO 90 615 3418 Smith 612 2214 Robinson 619 S10 21 Del Negro 5112412 Jotinson 8121217 Person 13 02 2 Perdue 1 4 00 2 Rivers 24 00 4 01QG 0 Totals 35811724 90 New York 23 19 22 San Antonio 23 16 29 3Point goalsNew York 315 Starks 28 Harper 14 Ward 01 02 Sart Antonio 39 Elliott 35 Person 02 Johnson 0 Fouled York 53 Swing San Antonio 49 Robinson Unicorn Kind Senior catcher Bradley Clark leads New Braunfels in 284A By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Clark is the savvy veteran on a young Unicorn squad in 1996 As th the threeyear starter will be called upon to help the Unicorns reach the playoffs for the third straight year It didnt take long for opposing teams to realize it wasnt smart to run on Bradley Clark As a sophomore Clark threw out his share of secondbase thieves who figured the young catcher wasnt ready for var sitycaliber speed A rocket right arm and quick release proved them wrong more often than not His early success was so convincing in fact that these days the New Braunfels senior doesnt see as many opportunities to display that rifle arm NBHS coach Neal Miller describes his catcher as a steady rock whose mere presence keeps the Unicom defense from worrying too much about base stealers a whole Ipf of run on us withBradleybehincf the plate iifciier points out Hes established himself as a catcher who can get the ball to second very quickly Hes steadily improved since his sophomore season Only play ers with exceptional speed will chal lenge him As a threeyear starter and unanimous alldistrict selection in 1995 Clark enters the 1996 season with heftier goals Hav ing honed his skills in the offseason at baseball camps he figures the sky is the limit Miller makes no bones that Clark is the leader on a young team that lost six senior starters The defense is built around the catcher I think a catcher has to be a leader and tough kid who likes to Miller said Bradley certainly has those qual ities Hes got a strong work ethic and is a fierce competitor He just hates to The Unicorns will rely on that talent when they open the District 284A cam paign tonight against the preseason favorite Hays Rebels The game starts at 7 in Buda The Rebels will have to contend with on offense defense The 58 170pound Clark excels equally as well with a bat His cur rent 320 batting average put him among the team leaders He hit 370 in district during his junior season But his main weapon is his right arm If runners try him they will find out Planning a fishing hunting trip Watch out for cons Keith Warren Have you ever wanted to go on a fishing or hunting adventure and not know where to start Perhaps youd like to go to Alaska this summer to experience the great fishing or to the Texas coast to catch redfish 1 Maybe youd like to try your luck for a Canadian moose or something a bit smaller like a spring turkey hunt right here in Texas Whatever youre after in the outdoors there are lots of reputable outfitters who will assure you of a successful trip But there are many nonreputable outfits that do little more than take your money There are many operations putting as many customers through their doors as possible and they dont or wont give any on an outdoor trip and having a bad experience can not only be frustrating but very expensive as well We what can you do to make sure youre dealing with good outfitters Answer start dealing with someone like Larry Wagner who is the licensed franchiser for Outdoor Connection in Universal City Texas Outdoor Connection is a nationwide booking service for both fishing and hunting Larrys Outdoor Connection business is cer tainly filling a niche in the market Many people book hunts or fishing trips they see advertised in magazines or on televi sion rather than deal with a professional like Wagner They assume when dealing with an organization like Outdoor Connection is going to add to the cost This is not true Outdoor Connection is paid by the outfitter not the cus tomer Outdoor Connection personally checks out each destination they book It is the only way to assure the customer that they will enjoy themselves Larry Wagner has connections with hundreds of different outfitters world this summer I plan on going to Alas ka and have made arrangements through Out door Connection If youd like to get more information on the trips that Outdoor Connec tion offers contact Larry Wagner at 210 659 4253 Rest assured that your time and money will be well spent dealing with him and the numerous outfitting professionals he repre sents Keith Warren is the host of The Texas Angler television show which broadcasts The following are teams and hole assignments for the Hummel Museums 2nd Annual Golf Tourn ment Team 1 Bob Mahan Bob Taylor Leonard Tuch Frank Schaeffer Hole 1 Team 2 Brian Byers Joseph Gomez Phil Bennett W H Smith Hole 2 Team 3 Walt Kilborn Ron Harper S D David Reagan Hicks Hole 3 Team Burice Bryan Parker John Eikel Fanie Reinach Hole 4 Team 5 Johnny Johnson Joseph Brown Byron Hewlett Jeff Wilford Hole 5 Team 6 Jorge Chapa Ralf Nanex Trini Camareno Fernando Gutierrez Hole 6 Team 7 Paul Shoemake Don Bolt Fred Gar cia Dan Minica Hole 7 Team 8 Dan Moore Bill Bell Hany Toye Mike Woolsey Hole 8 Team 9 Roy Young Lee Maddox John Ught sey Joe Zavala Hole 9 Helping hands Many sponsors supported this years Hummelfest Golf Tournament scheduled for Friday March 29 at Landa Park Golf Course The tour nament will have a shotgun start at 8 Team 10 Mitch Sacco Mike Poston Lay ton Leissner Bill Lee Hole 10 Team 11 Pat Byrne Tom Lightfoot Paul Bradford Dave Berger Hole 11 Team 12 Jack Osteen Adam Healy Craig Walker Pete Stocking Hole 12 Team 13 Jack Abshire Irv Schafer Don Sul livan Jim Bergeron Hole 13 Team 14 Mack Hicks Jerry Brown George Wright Brett Nichols Hole 14 Team 15 Marvin Morris Wayne Vrba Allen Strickland Kyle McAlister Hole 15 Team 16 r Bob Rayfield John JJndley Cecil Toon Doug Miller Hole 16 Team 17 David Pfeuffer Kurt Cox Greg Danna Joe Caruso Hole 17 Team 18 Kent Hayes Mike Hurst Dairy Wingfield Bob Bridges Hole 18 Team Beacon Pat Parks Dick Cloud Phil Palmer Hole 19 Rangers swing to first place at Canyon Lake golf tournament From staff reports Smithson Valley High School hosted a 23team Invitational Golf Tournament at Canyon Lake Golf and Country Club on Monday The Rangers took top hon ors finishing with a team total of 331 New Braunfels took second scoring 350 Devine and Smithson Valley 2nd finished tied for third at 358 Two Rangers took top individual honors Andre Larose and Ryan Mcleaird each shot 79 Andre won the playoff for first medalist Ryan was second medalist The following are Ranger golfers scores Chris Weil 82 Dan Treanor 91 and Jason Rush 104 SHVS 2nd team Travis Watson 89 Josh Colvin 87 Gabe Nickens 91 Adam Hahn 91 and Josh David 105 The Canyon Lake Tourna ment marked the last competition before the district tournament which is sched uled for April 4 at Northcliffe Country Club and April 8 at Circle C Golf Club in Austin The New Braunfels individual scores were Jeff Powell 90 Jason Leach 91 Chad Kelly 85 Gabby Bustos 90 and Brian Boutwell 85 FREE 30LF LESSONS GOLF RANGE Tel 6290006 LIGHTED AFTER DARK OPEN DAILY Weather Permitting 1714 Hwy 46 North 300 yds west off Loop 337 Custom Club Fitter with purchase of any golf set or set of new irons King snakes available GOLF PRIDE TOUR WRAP GRIPS Golf instruction by Kun Cot 24 years proffisiunal and winner uf inurnamtnii at 7 cauairiei worUwidt
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