New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 18, 1996, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Thursday, April 18,1996 O 5 I Ii Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports DayNB junior golfers duel in sudden death playoff Tied with a five-over 41 after nine, NBJGA players Dan Treanor and Michael Schaeffer were forced into a sudden-death playoff at the Landa Park advanced/intermediate tournament this past weekend. After the 10th, two pars left them tied. On die 11th, still tied. Finally, on Hole 12, Schaeffer sunk his fifth consecutive par and took home a one-point victory and first place in the Silver A division. Schaeffer shot par on half of the 12 holes, and took a birdie on the third. Treanor was two-under after three, but evened the score on the sixth with one of his six pars. Trailing only one point back was third place winner, Hagan Cohle. A par on the first and birdie on two gave Cohle a temporary lead, bid a triple bogey on the fifth put him out of contention for first. Other Silver A competitors were John Ray (43), Stuart Griffin (46), Dusty Owens (48), Josh Speck (48), Andrew Hause (50), and Dallas Miller (66). In the Blue A division, the outstanding play of Christian Academy’s fifth-grader Chris Hailey took first with pars on four and eight for a total of 49. Hailey was recently moved up into the Blue A division, and has placed among the top three in the past two events. Another player who played in only his second NBJGA event. Canyon Lake’s Ray Haynes, shot a 52 to take second. Since joining NBJGA, Haynes has place second in each event Sondy Coker captured third with his score of 56, closely followed by Stephen Haynes at 57. Oak Run’s J. Dylan Reininger shot par on the ninth to total 51 for first place in the Silver B division. Reininger has placed in the top three in each tournament he has played since January. Mountain Valley third-grader Josh Ray came in at 53 for second, followed by Gatlyn McDonald (58) in third and Brian Fancher (60) in fourth. Ties were once again die norm in Ae Blue B division. New Braunfels fourth-grader Bradley Bevil and Oak Run sixth-grader Stephanie Schaeffer were tied at 51 after nine, with the tiebreaker placing Bevil in first and Schaeffer in second. Seele fifth-grader Keith Britton and New Braunfels freshman Sherry Patrick tied at 55, with Britton taking third with his par on the ninth. Patrick recently returned after knee injury. Matthew McKinney followed with bogeys on Holes 2 and 3, totaling 59 for fifth place. NBJGA will hold an all-level clinic tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Sundance with instruction given courtesy of Bill Halbert and Joseph Mendez of Sundance and Ruben Cadillo of Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL The NBJGA winners (front, Mr) Bradtoy Bevil, Josh Ray, middle, Gatlyn McDonald, J. Dylan Rlenlngar, Chria Hailey, Keith Britton, back, Ray Haynca, Dan Treanor. San Antonio. A beginner (C division) tournament will be held at Par-Tee Golf Center in Seguin on Saturday at IO a.m. For membership information or registration for any NBJGA events, please call McDonald at 625-4831.In the news Major League Scores Tuesday’s games Chicago 6. Cincinnati 3 Montreal 7, Philadelphia 6 Atlanta 5, Florida 2 Pittsburgh 13. St Louis 3 Houston 9. New York 6 San Diego 10. Colorado 6 San Fran 5. Los Angeles 3 Wednesday s Games Houston 7. New York 5 Chicago 8, Cincinnati 8.10 innings San Diego 11. Colorado 6 Los Angeles 11. San Ran 2 Atlanta 4. Florida 2 Philadelphia 9. Montreal 3 St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 1 v '    •    v-:    •: mmmmmmnrn,........................................... Astros mug Meta Bagwell atoning for ’95 slump rocks New York with home run By The Associated Press NEW YORK (AF) — Jeff Bagwell knows that if the Houston Astros are going to make s run at the playoffs this year, he is going to have to do his part. Bagwell, trying to None for bb poor start a year ago, hit t thieMun homer prope^og the Astros to a 7-5 victory over the New York Meta on Wednesday. ‘That hurt ow team rototilled any chance we had of winning a tide,” Bagwell said of last year’s start when he was hitting .183 on June I. He's batting .385 so far in the early season. Bagwell hit his sixth homer, a three-run shot in the first inning and added an RBI double in the eighth as the Astros completed a two-game sweep of the Wets, but he remains unsatisfied since Houston has won only seven of 15 games. “Granted, I’m playing well, but the team is still onty 7-8.1 tm said Bagwell, the 1994 National League MVP. Bagwell's first-inning homer helped make a winner of Darryl Kite (1-2) and came off Mete rookie Paul Wilson «M). Wilson walked Brian Hunter and hit Craig Biggio with a pitch before Bagwell’s homer. After Bagwell’s homer gave the Astros a 3-0 lead, Butch Huskey doubled home a run in the Mete first and Wilson singled inanother with his first major-league hit in the second to cut the lend to 3-2. Houston increased the lead to 5-2 in the third c» Derrick May’s RBI double and Hunter’s sacrifice fly.   - —  - - -■ The Press “Stacey was a bit dis-turtled by the salary cap when Ha cams here. They cldnf have one at Biti tv* lgiMiaWp W' :v    ■ iii —Bob Weiss, on the Atlanta Hawks sighing former UNLV star Stacey Augmon. Golf playoiotoplavt now Twilght League at Sundance Golfers interested in a new 'Twilight Golf League* are invited to attend an organizational meeting on Tuesday, May 7 at 6 p.m. at Sundance Golf Course. The league will feature teams competing on an 18-hole course every Wednesday evening beginning in mid May through August. For more information, call Sundance golf pro Bill Halbert. GM*’ sports camp offered at NBHS May 28-31 slew Braunfels High School coaches Noel ■Hansen and David Simmons will lead a “Girls' Brown Bag Sports Camp* May 28-31 at NBHS. The camp is for girls in grades 3-6. Coaches Phyllis Fowler and Cindy Manley will assist in an array of activities including softball, basketball, volleyball, track and field, recreational games and team-building concepts. Cost is $80 until May 20 and includes a free T-sNrt or $100 after May 20. To register or for more information, call Stella Hansen at 620-1050. £.y-    v.    •    ^    .    I    '    >• unicorn iooidwi pwyom pump The New Braunfels Unicorn football team will have a Uft-a-Thon at 6:30 p.m.,Thursday, April 25 at NBHS Gym. The fund-raising event seeks pledges to to match money with an amount of weight fitted by players in the bench press. The donations will be used for improvements to the NBHS field house. The Unicorn freshman football team wi lift during its regular athletic period. For more information, call NBHS Athletic -Director Tim Kingsbury at 625-5713. NS National LMI* hosts annual Fun Day celebration The New Braunfels National Little League will have its annual Fun Day on Saturday, April 20 from 10 arn to 2 p.m. at the National Little League baseball fields, across from Landa Park. The fund-raising event is open to the public and WHI have games, contests, prizes, raffle. entertainment, food and refreshments. Team pictures will be taken. The League is selling Discount Gold Cards as an additional fund raiser. The card may be used through April 1997. lasth annual Lions OoH Toumamsnt sat for April 27 The New Braunfels Breakfast Lions Club will hold its 12th annual golf tournament Saturday, April 27 at Canyon Lake Golf and Country Club. The best-ball, modified scramble format will have a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The tournament will include hole-in-one, closest-to-the-pin and beat-the-pro competitions. Participant will receive a complimentary sack lunch, refreshments and a dinner buffet. Progeeds from the tournament will be used to fund local projects such as a Christmas shopping spree for underprivileged children, a motivational program for ail Comal County high school seniors, and teacher of the year awards. The club also supports the Texas Lions Camp and the International Lions Sight First Program. For more information, call 620-4224 or 1-800-527-2380. Tournaments Mi (or NBJQA The New Braunfels Junior Golf Association will have to more tournaments through April. The following are dates and times: ■ All-Level Clinic and Board Meeting at Sundance Golf Course on Thursday, April 18 at 5:30 pm ■ Beginner Tournament (C division only) at Par Tee Golf Center In Seguin on Saturday, April 20 at IO a m To register or for information, call Jodi McDonald at 625-4831. Hauk team wins Eagles tourney at Landa Park From staff reports Johnnie Hauk, Walter Sears, Tex Ritter and Freddie Oertli combined their golfing talents to capture the first place prize in the Fraternal Order of Eagles Scramble Golf Tournament at the Landa Park links. They fired a sizzling U-under par 61 to win the tournament. The foursome of Bud Blaine, Jim Harwood, Hal Johnson and Doris Hammon tied the team of Jim Probst, Harold Benin, Father Tom and Mildred Hanson to share the second and third place prizes. Each group scored a respectful 10-under par 62. Charlie Smith, Marteen Acheson, Tony Manila and Tex Yeary won the fourth place prize with their nine-under par 63. (There were seven teams witf i seven-under par 65s in the field of 59 players). In the contest for nearest the par-three holes. Pat Acheson won the prize for the seventh hole, Connie Fite received the prize for Hole 12 and Johnnie Hauk lucked out on the 15th hole. The next Eagles tournament is scheduled for IO a.m., April 30, at the Sundance Golf Course. All Eagle members, their spouses, auxiliary members and prospective members are invited to play. Call Challie Smith for more information at 625-8104. On the right track Young but talented track tandem has Canyon surging toward regionals By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Sophomore Kendra Reinter and freshman Jodi Anderson have yet to reach the depths of their talent. And that’s scary considering they already have qualified for regionals and etched a place in the Canyon High School record bodes. Last Thursday at the District 28-4A Track Meet, Reinter leaped a record -setting 18 feet, 4 and 3/4 inches in the long jump. The first-place mark ranks among the top three long jump distances in the San Antonio area for Class 4A and 5A girls. On Saturday Reinter also ran to a first place finish in the 100-meter hurdles (14.95) and 300 intermediate hurdles (45.38), giving her three JndividuaVjpedals and securing^ busy day at RegtohalsrifrApril 26-27 in San Antonio. The showing at district also represented the first time a CHS female track athlete has captured four gold medals. Not to be outdone, Anderson, who at age 15 is a year younger than Reinter, cleared a school-record 5 feet, 6 inches in the high jump — a height which last year would have qualified for the state meet. She also came in just behind Reinter in both the IOO hurdles (15.2) and the 300 hurdles (45.88). To top it off, Anderson ran the third leg and Reinter anchored the Cougarette 1,600 meter relay team (with Katie Sprencel, and Kim Parker), which took first place with a regional qualifying time of 4:04.52. Not a bad showing for two athletes less than 22 months removed from Canyon Middle School. Canyon girls' track coach Joanne Flores can only smile at the future of her budding stars. Right now she believes the track prodigies have room for improvement. A strong work ethic on their part is the main reason. “It’s exciting to think they will be back for two and three more years,” Flores said. “They are having an incredible season. There's a buzz around the school after what they accomplished Ire type of Mhlete^whoS ^ tffiy looting lo take it a step farther.” Flores is also looting forward to the prospects of younger sisters Sydni Anderson and Lauren Reinter joining the program down the road. The two seventh grade track stars are headed along the same successful path at CMS. At the moment, however, the focus is on Kendra and Jodi advancing beyond regionals Irvin drug case gets trial date; gag order not lifted By JANINE ZUNIGA Associated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — A judge has set a June 24 trial dale in the chug case against Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin, but has taken no action on a request from five media organizations that a far-reaching gag order be lifted. State District Judge Manny Alvarez set the trial date and heard pretrial motions in a brief Wednesday hearing. Police say they found Irvin and three others with (hugs at an Irving motel on March 4. Irvin, 31, and two topless dancers — Angela Beck, 22, and Jasmine Nabwangu, 21, — were indicted April I on felony cocaine and misdemeanor marijuana possession charges. Irvin’s business partner and former Dallas Cowboys teammate Alfredo Roberts, 31, also was in the room that night but was not indicted. Irvin will stand trial alone. Trial dates have not been set for the two women.    ***** Submitted photo toward state. The Cougarette mile relay team has    for Canyon. They hope to make it grand finale the second fastest time in the region behind    in San Antonio. For now they have established New Braunfels. Reinter has been clocked at    that Canyon will be reaping medals for a few 58.9 and Anderson at 59.2. in the final two laps    more years in district track. Hill, Rangers blast Oakland 12-1 ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Ken Hill    and gave Rangers starters a 10-2 mark this has found The Ballpark in Arlington to be    season, leading the American League in to his liking.    wins. Texas starters are 8-0 with a 2.45 Hill, signed away from the Cleveland    ERA at home. Hill (3-1) allowed only four Indians as a free agent in the offseason, has    hits, walked three and struck out rune in his won all three of his starts at his new home    first career start against the A’s. He retired as the Texas Rangers trounced the Oakland    eight of the first nine batters he faced, Athletics 12-1 Wednesday night.    yielding only a walk, until Ernie Young Hill improved to 16-6 lifetime in April    singled with two outs in the third. District champs For the second straight year the Lady Warriors of Bracken Christian School won too TAPPS District 8-A championship- Compiling a 20-13 record (undefeated In district), the Lady Warriors lad by freshman Wendy Scott, averaging 18.1 points par game, and Cindi Armer, averaging 17.5 pointe par game, ware regional finalists. Pictured ara (top, Fe) Manager Frank Wachdta, coach Slava Blddlson, manager JuHeBurchett (middle row) Desiree Hardwick, Lauren Ennis, Wendy Scott, Marcy Henricka, Ronnl Jean Gregoire (bottom) Jennifer Asveetee, Cindi Armer, Lindsey Trimm and Sasha Richards. At tho District 28-4 A Trrar lr **—* Fsrnlas 11 BCR MMi| VxJBTvQf a Dslmsr    In/ll VlwnWvf Mvlf flied uOOI Anderson garnered a hefty share of medals for Canyon High School, including a gold and silver in the 100 mater hurdles. The two wKI represent the Cougarsttes at the regional mast in San Antonio next weak. Reinter sat individual school records In the long jump, IOO hurdles, 300 hurdles. The pair also ran on the Canyon 1,600 relay team. which took first wiHsni sewwe ssswe place at district \v Inirint; *■»» ;

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