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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports Day tall with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 24 Monday through Friday they want you to be like Harvard On Saturday they want you to play like valvanp late basketball coach at North Carolina State on administrators In the news Unicorns move to next round at regional tennis tournament New Braunfels High School standout Rebekah Forney advanced to the semifinals in girls singles Monday at the Region IV 4A Tennis Tournament at McFarlin Tennis Center in San Forney the top seed defeated Kara Witten of Flbresvilfe Forney next will face Berlca Day of Alamo Heights Canyon High Schools Kevin Hargrove defeated Gonzalo Burberg of Los Fresnos Hargrove takes on Jason Randolph of Gregory Portland tln boys doubles Unicom partners Davinder Toor and Jake Brooks defeated Craig Bertholf and Jaime Perez of Mercedes in the first round Toor Brooks then Ipst to Alex DeLeon and Brandon Johnson in the second round DeteonJohnson defeated Canyons Bartoh Adams and Brian Schwartz in the quarterfi nals In girls doubles Andrea Giesek and TamarraJenkin of NBHS defeated Marianne Zrubek and Amanda Schwartz of Taylor in the Amanda Schntier Damarodas lo taurie Garcia of 6 4 In the first round SctineiderDamarodas then beat Margio Novicio and Silpa Dhoma of Waco Midway r ff 12th annual Lions Golf Tournament set for April 27 The New Braujifels Breakfast Lions Club will hold its 12thannual golf tournament Saturday April 27 at Canyon Lake Golf and Country Club the bestball modified scramble format will have a shotgurrstart at 1 The tournamentwilHnclude holein one and beatthepro competitions Participant will receive a com plimentary sack lunch refreshments and a dinner Proceeds from the tournament will be used to fund local projects such as a Christmas shopping spree for underprivi leged children a motivational program for all Comal County high school seniors and teacher of the year The club also supports the Texas Camp and the International Lions Sight First Program For more information call 6204224 or 1 8005272380 Girls sports camp offered at New Braunfels High School New Braunfels High School coaches Noel Hahsen and David Simmons will lead a Girls Brown Bag Sports Camp May 2831 at NBHS the camp is for girls fn grades 36 Coaches Phyllis Fowler and Cindy Manley will assist in an array of activities Including softball basketball and field recreational games and teambuilding concepts Cost is until May and includes a frefrTShirt or after May 20 TotSMster or for more information call Stella Hansen at 6201051 Downtown Rotary Club hosts 5th annual benefit golf tourney Tfte Downtown Rotary Club wl hayelts fifth annwaf qjyfe Club Challenge to Fri day May 10 al Chaparral Country Club in The has raised far Guadalype and Hays coiinte8 will benefit an array ot needy groupp has again agreed fo sponsor the tournament format will be a fPMrtnah scramble It beglni with art 1 1 lunch and a shotgun start at nopn ROT will be team prizes A a 1990 Chevrolet coMrtesy of pon Maxwell Chevrolet l Yoiiiig talent dominates 284A AllDistrict softball By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor If the 19 Coaches 284A AllDistrict list is any indication local Softball talent will be blooming in the coining years With underclassmen grabbing 13 of 14 spots on the first team the latest alldistrict ros ter was rife with budding stars What we are seeing is that the county high school softball programs are in their third year and starting to bring in girls from the summer league fastpitch Charlie Adams Canyon softball coach said It will probably get stronger in the years to Canyon the district runnerup led the way with six players on the first team Catcher Kylie Adams batted 600 with 38 RBI 40 runs and 45 of 46 stolen bases Pitcher Jenise Harborth compiled a 127 record and a ERA in district Tiffany Weidner hit 500 in district and had 30 runs and 30 RBI DeDe Thomas batted 414 in district with 25 RBI and 25 runs Corby Collins the only senior on the first team hit 443 with 19 RBI and scored 17 runs Marci Allen hit 533 knocked in 32 runs and stole 24 of 25 bases The district champion New Braunfels Uni corns placed three players on the first team Pitchers Joy Orr and Tammy Braune com bine for 1610 record Orr batted 380 with 24 RBI and scored 35 runs Braune had a 300 batting average and a ERA Jennifer Ybarra was the Unicorns third selection on the first team finishing the season with a 408 batting average 23 RBI and 25 runs scored The following are the coaches second team and honorable mention picks Second Team Lisa Voigt Senior Lockhart Pitcher Shelly Sauer Senior SVHS Pitcher Hillary Hom berger Junior Lockhart Catcher Christi Sum mers Senior Hays Catcher Shevan Burton Sophomore Hays 1st Valerie Estrada Senior Lockhart 2nd Feliza Miller Junior Lock hart SS Rachel Green Sophomore New Braunfels 3rd Dana Schmidt Senior Hays Utility Player Julia Best Junior Canyon Utility Player Crissy Graham Junior SVHS DH Cammi Cunningham Freshman SVHS OF Emilie Wotipka Junior New Braunfels OF Cheryl Dunn Junior Canyon OF Sum mer Stahura Junior Bastrop OF Melinda Aguirre Sophomore New Braunfels OF Honorable Mention Kim Wright Senior Hays Pitcher Shirley Moore Freshman Bastrop Pitcher Kate Boyd Junior Canyon Pitcher Sara Chap pellie Senior SVHS Utility Player Shan non Grothues Junior SVHS Catcher Tonya Noah Senior Bastrop Catcher Hanna OBanan Senior Bastrop 1st Jessica Warren Junior Lockhart 1st April Tuch Sophomore NBHS 1st Roxanne Blue Junior NBHS 2ndJordan Hkkl Junior SVHS 2nd Sharon Davilla Freshman Bastrop SS Misty Roberts Sophomore NBHS SS Bethany Constable Junior SVHS SS Dana Schmidt Senior Hays SS Kylene Berdoll Sopho more Bastrop 3rd Sophie Zapata Senior Lockhart 3rd Julie Gonzales Senior Lock hart DH Leighanne Stephens Sophomore Lockhart OF April Harvell Junior Bastrop OF Keisha Martinez Junior Hays OF Lisa Winzer Senior Hays OF Kim Williams Junior Hays OF Back in the swing HeraldZeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Aaron Moore and the New Braunfels Unicorns are coming off an impressive 133 win over Canyon on Friday The Unicorns will try to keep the momentum alive tonight at Lockhart The Cougars hope to regain their playoff drive at home against districtleading Hays Meanwhile the Smithson Valloy Rangers travel to Bastrop All the games start at 7 Ailing Rockets set for playoffs Defending NBA champions right at home in underdog role against Lakers By MICHAEL GRACZYK Associated Press Writer twotime defending NBA champion Houston Rockets are hurting written off by some uncertain and without homecourt advantage as the playoffs begin this week In other words theyre right where they re used to being One of the characteristics Im not really happy about is were probably the best trench team in modem basket ball being pushed into the comer down in that coach Rudy Tonv janovich said as his team headed to Gal veston Monday for three days of preparation before Thursdays firstround playoff opener at the Los Angeles Lak ers Tomjanovich whose team averted elimination repeatedly a year ago en route to a second straight NBA crown said his goal would have been to avoid starting out from behind Lets not get down he said But right now because of injuries we re already in the foxhole just like last Injuries decimated the team begin ning at midseason leaving Hakeem Ola juwon Clyde Drexler Mario Elie Sam Cassell and Robert Hony the heart of last seasons title winner on the shelf Ive conditioned myself to come to the arena or to the practice floor not knowing what to Tomjanovich said All these things you just have to be NBA playoff pairings 8 Sacramento S EASTERN CONFERENCEf Lets not get down there But right now because of injuries were already in the foxhole just like last Rudy Tomjanovich prepared for and you deal with Houston finished the regular season Sunday with a victory over Phoenix to wind up 4834 Thats one game better than a year ago but 10 games off the pace of the 1994 championship team Still Tomjanovich thinks this years club is better with the addition of Mark Bryant who has given them toughness up front and Eldridge Recasner an addi tional outside shooting threat If were healthy Id say on paper you have to feel youre he says But talent and potential really means nothing in getting the prize The first year we didnt have an explosive offense We have more options now than we had on the first championship team Right now we have to get back to the team that does what it takes to Rangers9 scoring barrage a record By JAIME ARON AP Sports Writer ARLINGTON Texas AP Its far too early to tell whether the Texas Rangers hot start will lead to anything but some rather meaningless early season team records But no matter what happens the rest of this season Texas can always look back fondly at this past weekend when the Rangers reduced Baltimores pitching staff from the ALs best into batting practice fodder Texas scored 43 runs in rack ing up victories by scores of and 96 The Orioles ERA climbed from to as the Rangers hit 388 with 20 extrabase hits They had 10 home runs including two grand slams I never thought wed score this many runs against this said Dean Palmer who went 6forl 1 with four homers six runs scored and 11 RBIs in the series and on Monday was named the ALs player of the week We just werent leaving very many guys on base like we were earlier this season We cant keep this up for a full season but this team is going to score some The Rangers previous best scoring stretch was in 1987 with 45 runs in four games The threegame sweep was the third of the season for the Rangers who have baseballs best record at 135 despite los ing 124 Monday to Chicago Texas ended a fivegame winning streak and slipped to 11 2 at home Bad day for shortstop helps Astros past Giants By the Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO AP No excuses No sulking I just had a bad said San Francisco shortstop Shawon Dunston who made four errors on grounders as Houston defeated the Giants 118 on Monday night You make one then you dont want to have it hit at Dunston who missed eight starts in the past two weeks because of a strained left groin had never made more than two errors in a game before No major leaguer has made five errors in a game since 1911 Im going to be a man about said Dunston who also was involved in four of the Giants five double plays Im going to go home kiss my wife and kids and put them to In other games the Chicago White Sox consider themselves a good offensive club Their 260 team average showed oth erwise The American Leagues lUhranked hitting team broke out in a big way Monday night in a 124 victory over the Texas Rangers Danny Tartabull Robin Ventura and Ozzie Guillen snapped out of slumps in the victory Those are three hitters Chicago needs to be productive if the White Sox are to contend this sea son Submitted photo Roberta 18 of New Breunlels thta 21QpourKl Black Hawlian Ram In Rio Frio on March 29   

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