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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday m ffV V doctor o9fjf in UMMWNWC MM 1MMi FilistajHi llNM Ml 4MHCMIIMI vriiowasthftprtsktontof the United I said didnt know that being examined after falling on his head In the news Downtown Rotary dub hosts 5th annual benefit golf towmy The Downtown Rotary Jiayg its fifth annual Civic Oub GdfChaBeniepn Fri day May 10 at Chaparral Country dub in Segtm 8X s The has raised for charities in Comal Guadalupe and Hays counties will benefit an array of needy groups Wuests Supermarkets has again agreed to sponsor the tournament The format vwt be a fourman scramble It begins with an 11 lunch and a shotgun start at noort There will be team prizes a longest drive contest and ctosesttothepin prizes A hoteinone wins a 1996 Chevrolet courtesy of Don Maxwell Chevrolet The tournament is limited to 28 For more information call Greg Campbell at 6290909 Al Leach at 6084201 or Joe Miller at6259162 CHS Athletic Booster Awards Banquet set for May 9 The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club will present awards and scholarships to athletes during the endoftheyear ban quet event will begin 1he CHS Commons Cost is tor adults rTicketswent on sale ll n coach Burk to lead Olympic LrttAThon Caiiyon High School will also be hosting an Olympic LiftAThon on May 7 Coach Dan is certified by the National COrympic VYefghlifting Federation will open xthe competition with a demonstration on lift ing techniques He also will judge the com petition from which results will be sent to the Training Center Girls volleyball summer camp scheduled at OakRun Phyllis Fowler head volleyball coach at flew Bjraunfels High School will direct a Youth Volleyball Camp for girls in grades 36 June at OakRun ElementarySchool has coached high school vol v teyball for Hyears and gujded NBJHStothe past season will an array of Volleyball techniques at For more information call 6256271 CHS Athletic Booster Awards Banquet set for May 9 3The Canyon High School Athletic Booster will present awards and scholarships toathletes during the endoftheyear ban ciuet May 9 The event will begin at 7 in Hhe CHS Commons Cost for adults for students A barbecue plate will and door given away went on sale May 3 Fitness made fun with summer 3 classes ess buffs can sign up now for low si aerobics classes for adults using ghts stretching and choreographed tomusic classes will jo a15am rftays Wednesday and Fridays start ifyne3 at Parish House on the corner of JCastell The classes are sponsored To the finish line Dam good ran Strong turnout could make 96 firstever Lakefest 5K a tradition By THOMAS QOOLEY Spoils Editor The firstever Lakefest 5K run made its way across Canyon Dam on Saturday morning as more than 250 runners raced to the finish line Left Jose Inlquez won the Elite Mens race In a time of Usa Hunter Galvan above was the first woman to finish She raced to a time of orb 43jl HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL f firstyear success is any indication the HeraldZeitung Lakefest 5K Run fig ures to become another local favorite among the ranks of the and Jingle Bell Run Thats the consensus after more than 250 runners laced up their sneakers Satur day morning and headed down a course stretching across Canyon Lake Dam Most agreed the race was a hit and a pleasant path overlooking the scenic lake It was a Am race and well said Vicki Ralph who took first place in the female age 3539 division It was fairly tough at the end going against the wind but overall it was very enjoyable Hopefully it will be back next Elite runner Jose Iniquez was the over all male winner finishing the course in 15 minutes 46 seconds Johani Londano and Dave Terns came in second and third respectively Usa Hunter Galvan raced to a time of to take first place in the elite womens division Anete Bauer was second at After the race runners cooled off at the Dam Red Barn where owner Sonny Cole man hosted a crawfish boil and barbecue Race director Susan Phillips said the event could become an annual tradition at Canyon Lake We were real pleased with the turnout today especially since its the first year weve done it and didnt have all the nota riety of some of the other Phillips We owe a lot to the Corps of Engineers for making this a successful event and to ail our Race winners received special engraved medals with the Lakefest 96 and Herald Zeitung medals were donat ed by Stokes of Southern Jewelry of Houston ig are individual finishes FEMALE Overall Maria YeungJ Overall Masters 40 or Mary v Low Cathcait 10 and under 1 Kelly Hein baugh Livia McLendon T 3 tie Gallic Quinn and Betsy 15 to 19 1 Brandi Sarah Cathcait Mfchele Whitehead 20 to 24 Rebecca Sienm benaler 25 to 29 1 Stephanie Hauser 2 Amy Moery 3 Amanda Samuek 30 to Lucy Zech 2 Rana Russell Maria Brown 35 to 39 1 Ralph Debbie Flume Cindy Maren 40 to 44 1 Laura Viada 2 Lou Anne Henri Davies 45 to fi Barbara Wilder Darlene Joyce Taylor 50 to Gloria Anderson Gloria CasanoI va Sheila Gremse 55 toi9 59 1 Diane Pepin 2 Marjorie31 Peschel Diana Volbrecht 60 to 64 1 Georgia Sweezea ii MALE Overall Paul Overall Masters Ron Green 10 and under 1 Jonathan Burke iq John B Quinn 11 to 14 1 Bemal 2 Ryan Boxer 3 James Heinbaugh 15 to Ryan Gorman Brad Zirkel 20tof 24 1 Scott Roy 25 to 29 Thomas Godley 2 Rick Acker4 man Kip Wright 30 to 34 1 Martin Espinoza Martin Garr 11 1 cia 3 Tomoaki Okimoto J 35 to 39 1 Don Kersting 2 Chris DeMartino 3 Tony Carton 40 to 44 1 Bernie Martinez 2 Arthur LaMott 3 Larry Butler J1 45 to 49 1 Mike Henderson 2 Raul Contreras 3 Darrel r Taruer to 54 1 Bill Koehler 2 Mike Chicka Canyon tunes up for Boerne By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Round Rock McNeil revealed what area of Canyons machine needs fine tuning heading into the firstround of the Class 4A state playoffs this week After an 82 loss in a practice game with McNeil on Friday CHS coach Ralph Behrend pointed to the need for better timing on offense Were going to have to find a way to score more Behrend said We struggled at the plate and thats something we have to work on in preparation for need runs if it means we have to do things like bunt sacrifice and run the bases Five days remain for that to be done The Dis trict 284A runnerup Cougars 1511 face Boerne 224 at 8 next Friday at Wolff Stadium home of the San Antonio Missions minor league baseball team Admission to the bidistrict playoff game is 4 for adults and for students McNeil the District 254A ready to give Canyon a playoff glimpse jumping in front 30 on a threerun homer in the first inning The lead stretched to 60 in the second inning before Behrend made pitching changes replacing Patrick Hinojosa with Brandon Cox then insert ing Jerry Van Noy in the third inning Brette Parrish singled and scored Canyons first run in the fourth inning on an RBI double by Brandon Cox Todd Swint added an RBI single to make it 6 2 Van Noy helped account for two of Canyons five hits Behrend said he plans to start Reagan George at the mound on Friday The Greyhounds will likely counter with Mike Srp lefthander Hunter Wenzel 6 1 and Robert Bailey 81 Herald photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Reagan George will lead the Canyon Cougars Into battle against Boeme this Friday at 8 In San Antonio start search for new coach DALLAS new ownership the Dallas Mavericks expect to complete Monday its list of candidates to succeed Dick Motta as head coach Team officials have asked for sug gestions from Motta himself New minority owner Frank Zaccanelli and incumbent president Norm Sonju said that man aging owner David McDavid called Motta on Friday and asked for his help David and Dick have talked and were look ing forward to getting together with Coach Mot ta early next week to sit down and get his input on the coaching Zaccanelli said Motta won 329 games as the Mavericks coach 204 more than the franchises other four head coaches combined But when Ross Perot McDavid and Zaccanelli bought the franchise Wednesday firing Motta as head coach was one of their first actions Although the new owners said Motta accepted a consulting job they did not contact him until Fri day Weve said all along were going to use Dick as a Sonju said Spurs flex muscle in win over Phoenix PHOENK AP The San Antonio Spurs who came into the playoffs with accusations of being son and nice ringing in their ears have no detractors among the Phoenix Suns The Spurs outmuscled outran and outshot the Suns in their firstround playoff series winning three of four games After San Antonio wrapped it up with a 11698 victory over the Suns on Friday night coach Bob Hill said Im surprised we won by so much but I m not surprised we The Spurs are clearly as strong as last season when they reached the Western Conference finals for the first time They outrebounded the Suns 4730 and hit 57 percent of their shots to the Suns 45 percent David Robinson had 30 points and 13 rebounds and Vinny Del Negro added 25 points uring a ceremon NB Childrens Museum to wWWBWPIHPwPW for the second straight year the jrfJSSfMi HBWJH v t i information sail i 1 j f Scholarship Canyon High on Surday duly tummtr Utratlon Olympic goals in mind Wesley Zunker a Canyon Middle School seventh grad er was selected to the Olympic Development Program state pool after competing in a series of try outs with players from throughout South Texas Zunker who also played with the New Braunfels Blitz last year will now travel to Dallas to compete for a spot on the OOP state team He Is cur rently playing soccer for the Division I Hammers in San Antonio and Trust Annex Building from 9 atm to noon For more information call Jifn HeteWer at 6061727 Also team tryouts for players interested In the undeM 1 and older age groups in the upcoming fall soccer season will be held at tne HBB Soccer Complex The following are date and times for and girls May 11 Under 1 1 age groups to 11 am and undeM2 age group 1 1 30 am to 2 May 18 Under 14 age groups 83Q to 1 1 and ynder 18 age groups Player must bring a ball and check Jn a half hour before tryouts For more infor mation oaJI Steve Norris at 6283734
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