New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 7, 1996, Page 7

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April 07, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 7, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Hi mm. Sports Day7,199607 A ■MMM, By ROB GLOSTER AP Sports Writer rexler, Elie 7 turn to cure Left, Dan! Horerud of Smithson Valley long )umpsd 16 foot, 7 inchss for second place at th* Unicom Relays on Thursday at New Braunfels High School. The Rangers senior hopes to give her team points at the District 28-4A Relays on April 11-13 In Lockhart Above, New Braunfels junior Tony Bradford high jumps in the varsity division. The New Braunfels boys captured the Unicom Relays with 97 points. Along with the Unicom girls, who also took first this week, the NB boys team appears on track to sand several athletes to the regional meat on April 26-27 In San Antonio Northside Stadium. Herald Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Gruene From 6A Male (20-24): I. Sean Massay, 22, 36:09.1 Brian Collingham, 23,40:25.3. Todd Overstreet, 22,43:19. Male (25-29): I. Luis Sanchez, 29, 33:04.2. Cornetto Garibay, 25,33:24.3. Javier Cantu, 26,37:43. Male (30-34): I. Sergei Karasev, 30, 32:17. 2. Gary Brimmer, 30, 34:10. 3. Kenny Russelburg, 34,35:06. Male (35-39): I. Michael Buley, 35, 35:24. 2. Ken Sumrall, 35, 36:55. 3. Julio Reyes, 39,37:14. Male (40-44): I. Jesse Sturgeon, 42, 34:58.2. Randall Milstead, 41.36:06.3. Bill Caldwell, 40,36:14. Male (45-49): I. Pete Vandermey , 46, 36:21. 2. Paul Seals, 46, 37:46. 3. MUte Henderson, 46,39:34. Male (50-54): I. James Miller, 52, 38:49. 2. Mike Chidra, 51, 39:39. 3. Nicolas Hilaire, 51,41:15. Male (55-59): I. Larry Worth, 57. 40:16.2. BiU Holden, 56,42:37.3. Jerry Brandewie, 58,46:19. Male (60-64): I. Alejandro Vargas, 61,43:37.1 Gene Barnett, 61,47:48.3. David Greene, 61,47:54. Male (65-69): I. Al Becken, 67, 45:25.2. Harold Ritchey, 68.51:08. 3. Donald Hertz, 66,55:45. Male (70+): I. Earl Turner, 72,52:22. 2. William Boyd, 76.1:03:21. Ovendl Female: I. Ludmila Qina, 26, 36:06.2. Liza Hunter-Galvan, 26,36:53. 3. Tabatha Dominguez, 24,37:35. Female Master Overall: I. Sherri Nintz, 41,42:13. 2. Maria Yeung, 43, 43:40. Female New Braunfels City Champ (Ages 15-39): I. Susan Phillips, 34, 46:49. Female Master New Braunfels City Champ (Age 40+): I. Meredith Patterson, 40,44:17. Female New Braunfels City Champ (Age 14 and under): I. Sarah Damaro-das, 13,53:40. Female (Age 14 and under): I. Sarah Holmes. 12,50:04.2. Kelly Heinbaugh, 9,57:50.3. Tracy Schmid, 11,1:04:30. Female (Ages 15-19): I. Juke Jones, 15, 52:50. 2. Alison Damarodas, 17, 53:41.3. Kym Wagner, 19.59:55. Female (Ages 20-24): I. Brenda Smith, 24,42:55.2. Renae Baitokme, 22, 43:22.3. Sandra Acosta, 22,47:26. Female (Ages 25-29): I. Kim Mc Connell, 28, 39:25. 2. Melisa Arnett, 27,42:46. 3. Mary Hackett, 26.46:18. Female (Ages 30-34): I. Annette Bauer, 32,37:55.1 Chris De La Ronda, 34,40:29.3. Leslie Jones, 34,41:01. Female (Ages 35-39): I. Corrine Cross, 39, 41:54. 2. Janene Blue, 39, 45:49. 3. Kegah Silvers-Russell, 39, 48:31. Female (Ages 40-44): I. Ingrid Dehn, 41,47:57.2. Nancy Jobe, 43,50:52. 3. Karyn Scrivener, 42,53:45. Female (Ages 45-49): I. Sheryl Hege-dus, 46,48:19.2. Sherry Armstrong, 48, 50:55.3. Beth Mc Kim, 47,55:19. Female (Ages 50-54): I. Kathryn Miller, 51,47:34.2. Janean Gamer, 53, 50:46.3. Dee Kaminski, 50,53:27. Female (Ages 55-59): I. Diane Pepin, 58, 51:24. 2. Diane Armstrong, 55, 1:02:30.3. Roselea Llano, 57,1:07:37. Female (Ages 60-64): I. Georgia Sweezea, 62, 57:30. 2. Jane Hamlyn, 62, 1:06:14. 3. Aida Guerrero, 61, 1:15:17. Female (Ages 65-69): I. Joanna Reed, 69. 1:02:37. 2. Kathleen Neville, 66. 1:40:37. Femak (Ages 70+): I. Lillie Doss, 70, 1:14:04. 2. Merina Boyd. 74. 1:27:37. A sprint down IHG stretch Racing to the finish line, Daniel Ybarra of Seguin came In 14th overall, just ahead of JiuAfaH int women rn overs*! winner Ludmila Kina. Ybarra paced his way to alima of 36:04, while Ulna came in at 36:06. Herald Zakung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Clyde Drexler and Mark) Elie are back. Hakeem Olajuwon and Sam Cassell are on the way. The Houston Rockets are starting to get healthy again. But that doesn’t mean they’re even close to the form that has led them to two straight NBA titles. ’It’s just not easy to bring guys back and play smoothly,” said coach Rudy Tomjanovich. “It’s going to be an unbelievable challenge to get back and be competitive, because just getting back healthy is not going to do it.” Despite the return of Drexler and Elie from long stays on the injured list, the Rockets lost 96-91 Friday night to the Sacramento Kings — Houston’s ninth loss in IO games. The Rockets already have slipped from fourth to fifth in the Western Conference, which would cost them home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. They are 4 1/2 games ahead of sixth-place Portland, which has won six straight. Drexler, playing for the first time since Feb. 26 arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, had 23 points in 29 minutes against Sacramento. ’There was a link game rust, but for the most part I felt good. It was a lot of fun being back on the floor,” said the eight-time all-star. “I wasn’t expecting to play any more than a 12-minute stretch. I played the last 18 minutes and that was a test” Kings forward Brian Grant said Sacramento was fortunate that Drexler, who added seven rebounds and four assists, was just coming off the injured list. “I’m glad this is his first game back and he can gradually work his way back to his 35 points a game against other teams,”1 with a laugh ““Ifs Just not easy to bring guys back and play smoothly. It’s going to bo an unbelievable challenge to got back and be competitive, because Just getting back healthy Is not going to do it.” — Rudy Tomjanovich ——- .I     -.......... Elie, who fractured a bone in his right arm on Jan. 17, had a less auspicious return. He missed all four of his shots and went scoreless in 24 minutes. “The arm is sore. It can’t get any worse, so I just have to go out and play hard, and hopefully in the next week or so it will be real comfortable,” Elie said. “By playoff time I should be feeling really good.” The whole team hopes to be feeling good by playoff time. Olajuwon is expected back Tuesday at home against Vancouver after missing eight of the last nine games with tendinitis in both knees. Cassell, out since Match 5 after having arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow, could return Tuesday or later in the week. Their returns, along with those of Drexler and Elie, should help Houston revive a struggling offense. The Rockets hit just 38 percent of their shots against Sacramento, missing their first nine 3-pointers and finishing 3-for-18 from behind the 3-point line. “Clyde played hard," Tomjanovich said. “He was one of our threats, creating shots for other guys. 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