New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 15, 1996, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day ■To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Hay Ii +J- ^^olM RpR. It Just I drsfcwi't flritttlri#lMI ’Steve Busby. Local briefs mmrMMhw taawp siatadj:: 0 ConcfitioninQ Camp* at Cougar Den’ and 10 am. * l l    -*— A ^m m    ^    ■■■ rei itreij inn. ^ who warn to oevetop maximum i. power and speed vertical Jump camp is designed for athletes ages Btxk. a certified strength and cond!-honing specialist, a level I U.S.W.F Olympic VVeightfifling Coach and 1993 National Strength and Conditioning Coach of the pH teach correct technique for free machines and Olympic weiflhtlift-Coetis$20. is limited. For more information. call Burk at 5256251 or 620-7634. fig ........•    •    ....... . .    ,    . •Kiter City Wen" boys liMMkotbaboamp a* CHS The eighth annual "River City Slam" Boy's camp Is again being offered 36 at Canyon High School for all boys grades 46. The renowned camp Is coordinated by NBHS basketball coach CtfflMkinsand CHS basketball coach {fenny Rotzler. Cost is $45 payable to , Comal (SD Community Education. are at each school campus or coaches Rooter or Wflkins at 6206940 lournffy ::;fppss unoormy vwmi « The San Marcos Summer Tennis Classic to scheduled for June 1-2 at Southwest Texas State University's Tennis Complex. The tournament, which benefits the San Marcos Ugh School tennis team, we have ••nor ana junior oornpeooon. entry are available at Vivroux Sporting Tits deadtae is May 25. For more information, call (512) 396- 8777 or 754-7140. Braunfels coichss to girls feaskotbaH simp Haw Braunfels High School girls' basket-bel coaches will have a camp from 8:X im. lo noon June 36 for incoming NBISD students in grades 7-9 and from 1 to 4 p.m. |pal a whiff! ss a sot to tplath Into Undo pool liny 18 The eighth annual "Schools' Pool Day" for preschool, elementary and middle school cMdren wilt be May 18 at lands Park Pool. Pres registration will start at 8 am. and meet wi be from 9 am. to noon, it wit in two classes, with a cham-dass for Lands Park Dolphin Swim and a novice class tor norths be awarded to winners in i Classes. The event is conducted by Braunfels. Canyon and Smithson School Swim teams. i the New Braunfels Rotary I the Parks and Recreation irfformaeon, cai duo uesmann Spurs stay alive with 98-87 win over Jazz By KELLEY SHANNON Associated Press Writer SAN ANTONIO (AP) The San Antonio Spurs soldthousands of extra cheap seats to pack die Alamodome and boost their team with crowd noise. Prodded by the whoops and hollers, David Robinson scored 24 points to lead San Antonio past Utah 9867 Tuesday as the Spurs avoided elimination and cut the Jazz's lead to 3-2 in their best-of-7 series. ‘lf we’d had that kind of crowd the whole time we'd have die advantage," Robinson said. ‘They made a big difference." Next time, though, the Spurs won't have any such edge. Game 6 is Thursday in Salt Lake City. Naturally, the Jazz want to close out the Western Conference semifinal series in the Delta Center. "If we can’t go home and take care of business on Thursday.... maybe we don't deserve to win this series,” said Karl Malone, who led Utah with 24 points and 12 rebounds but shot just 8-for-21 from the field. Chris Morris, who had eight points and 11 rebounds, said he definitely wants to avoid a seventh game in the Alamodome. "I don't speak for the whole team," Moms said, "but I’m gong to make sure it doesn’t come back to San Antonio.” Robinson suffered through two bad games in Utah over the weekend, scoring just 11 points in both Game 3 and Game 4 as the Spurs were blown out "We've still got two games to go, so everything's still up in the air right now," Robinson said. "We believe we can do it The last two games were not indicative at all of the team that we have.” San Antonio is seeking to become only the sixth team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit iundayvllmrl*    f    - Orlando l<S7tto*8 96 .a < Sea#* 114, Houston IOT. OX « Seattle wins wriee 46    ,    k    . encage 94. New York 91;    v UtsSTlOl, Sen Antonio SS Monday. May 13 Atlanta fM^ndo 99, Orlando .....SS^jSvYerkSl.Oisa^ wins aedes 4-1    : Son Antonio 96. UM    Ulft. ,»*/ >#«!«.» _____ Altenta at Orlando, 8 pm (INT) ttefte iiwii    > ■ ** San/ftrtorJoM Utah, IBA Ort^o «M«rU. 8 pin. (TNI), I necessary    & Cougars. Rebels lead 28-4A Brott# Parrish J#rry Van Noy Ricky Boehle Reagan George Canyon places five on baseball 28-4A M-District First Team By THOMAS GOOLEY Sports Editor H. , Thtrnw (DU** mi H»yi RtfadHonf mated the 1996 Coaches’ 28-4A All-District baseball selections, taking 12 of the 18 spots on the first tram Tuesday. * District champion Hays led the way with seven players on the first team. Canyon was second with five. Smitshon Valley and New Braunfels each had one. Seniors Ricky Boehle, Jerry Van Noy, Brede Parrish, Brandon Cox and junior Reagan George represented the district runner-up Cougars who finished the season at 15-11 and lost to Boerne in the bi-district playoff round. In district play,Van Noy was the team’s hatting leader with a 395 average. He also was 5-3 as a starting pitcher and held a 2.69 ERA. Cox, a designated hitler, posted a .468 batting average with namers in scoring position, and a team-high 26 RBL Pfrish hit .370 and stole 17 bases in 19 attempts. Boehle, acenterficlder, hit 355 aid had a .939 fielding percentage. George was the Cougars’ leading pitcher, holding an 8-5 record and a 2.1 ERA. The 6-3 left-hander also ranked among the area leaders with 95 strikeouts. Clark, a senior catcher and repeat all-district pick for NBHS, held a 357 baning average with a team-high IO RBI and three home runs. Slater, a junior outfielder, carried a .263 hatting avenge with nine RBI and a .903 fielding Tmh links percentage. The following are second team and honorable mention selections: SECOND TEAM:1”' Pitchers—Kevin Hoffman, Bastrop, junior, Josh Harris, Smithson Valley, senior. Catchers—Alex Pina, Bastrop, junior, Enroll Baugh, Smithson Valley, junior. First base — Ivan An tosh, New Braunfels, junior, Cody Hartman, Smithson Valley, senior. Second base — Jason Shields, Canyon, senior, Third base — Grant Hill, New Braunfels, senior, Shortstop — Shaun Hipolito, Hays, senior. Outfield — Josh Veltri, Hays, junior, Chris Sanchez, Lockhart, sophomore; Mike Chapa, New Braunfels, freshman; J J. Castilleja, Bastrop, senior, Sean Neal, Smithson Valley, senior. Designated hitter — Todd Swim, Canyon, junior. Utility infielder — Carlos DeLa Cerda. HONORABLE MENTION: Brett Lain,Smithson Valley, senior, Patrick Hinojosa, Calyon, senior, Norv Albert, Canyon senior, Kennyn Cariey, New Braunfels, senior, Reuben Perez, New Braunfels, junior, Joe Sosa, New Braunfels, sophomore, Aaron Moore, New Bratmfelsjtmior; Michael Grafting, Hays, senior; Daniel Garcia. Lockhart, junior, Bill Gonzales, Bastrop; Terry Taylor, Bastrop, junior, Charlie Johnson, Bastrop, junior, Janet! Hamilton, Hays - All-District 28-4A First Team u . J,.    jiff i Ii ct rn _,_q    rTICflBWi Twark Ramirez, Lockhart, senior Reagan George, Canyon, junior Coy Lowden, Hays, junior Galehmm Eddie Birch, Hays, senior Bradley Clark, New Braunfels, sr. First bm** Marco Palacios, Bastrop, senior Smoondbmsm Rodney Guerrero, Hays, senior Third bass Joe Duarte, Hays, senior Terrence Moore, Hays, senior Ricky Boehle, Canyon, senior Jerry Van Noy. Canyon, senior Patrick Castillo. Lockhart, sr. Colby Slater, Smithson Valley, jr. PtdgnaiUklhlttmr Austin Evans, Hays, senior Brandon Cox, Canyon, senior Utility Infield* Mark Staedtter, Hays, senior Brett© Parrish, Canyon senior Drauioy uiam Brotherhood Ce mce Golf Course BrotligitMNKl to tiro# jvtul g| iumfcvto# Cantar Branch i M sponsor I Contest benefiting to I Crystal Paps famiy which MI victim > fire earlier trite year kicks off Saturday, May 18 at Golf Course from 1 to 7 p.m. A I awards drawing os scheduled miijSKn i to to top three winners i contest, r onabOL Donationsai ba For more information, call 620- , NB junior golfers up to par at Landa tournament Rom submitted reports summed pion The Hew Braunfels Mtddtotnhnol beys    grads golf teem ftntohsd In eeodwd piece rn tie DMriet Ooh Tournament at Seguin’* gtarahe Peril en Hey S. The NBIflg savsnlh grade heye and girls toams alee oompslsd, wNh Laura BoutwsN earning aret place individually. Ptehived here are Mtoheel aergeran, Megan Cole, KMehael SeheeNer, eoeeh John Sehwarto, •mort QriNln, Mott Jonoo,(knooNng) Cody Cronrioi and LouroBoulwoN. Coto aho! o 40 on tho nino hoto pour—; ichoaltor a 42, OrtWln 47, Janes 4S, Bsrgsron 11 and Spook SS. Gooden hurls first career no-hitter NEW YORK (AP) — Dwight Gooden, his cooper oonskknri over ofter t (frug ban lait year md a rough dolt this season, pitched a no-hitter as the New York Yankees beat the Seattle MMmen26. Gooden (2-3), who returned to the major leagues after being banned for the final six weeks of the 1994 season and for all of 1995 after testing positive for cocaine, pitched the first no-hitter of his big league career. The 31-year-old right-hander extended his hitless streak to 16 innings, shuck out five and wafted six. In his previous stilt lam Wednesday against Detroit he got his first victory in nearly two years. New Braunfels Middle School student Michael Schaeffer was only two strokes away from perfection as he took first place in the Silver A division of the New Braunfels Junior Golf Associations Landa Park 9-Hole Tournament Schaeffer took the early lead, shooting par on seven of the nine holes. Bogeys on hole No 5 and No. 8 gave him a 2-over-38, three strokes ahead of second place winner Dan Treanor. Schaeffer, who also competes for his school and for South Texas Junior PGA, will, once agrin, travel across the United Sums this summer, competing in nationally-ranked tournaments. Treanor, a Smithson Valley High School junior, shot par on five holes, and birdied the eighth, while San Antonio Churchill junior Peter Bums sank four pars for third. Michael Bergeron took fourth with his total of 48. In the Blue A division, Canyon Lake’s Ray Haynes captured first with a par on the seventh to total 50. OakRun sixth-grader Jeff Kovalcik captured second vrith a close 31, and also parred the seventh, while Christian Academy's Chris Hailey placed third at 60. Robert Yuras came in with 62. Eleven-year-old Gatlyn McDonald of OakRun took first in the Silver B division with his score of 48, registering a birdie on the sixth. Another OakRun student, J. Dylan Reininger, eased into second place al 52, followed by Dustin Graves with his score of 54 for third. Also competing were Brian Fancher (62) and Bradley Bevil (67). In the Blue B division. New Braunfels freshman Sherry Patrick won first with a 47 from the reds. Patrick had a birdie on the third and a par on the fourth for the win. Smithson Valley’ Christine Treanor landed second with her total of 51, followed by Seek fifth-grader Keith Britton at 52. Also competing were Scott Lyssy (53), Brandon Herzog (54), Ashley Schneider (56), Christine Kovalcik (56) and Cody Crandall (59). Frazier Elementary’! Reece Timmermann blasted into first place with his score of 37 on six holes in the Silver C division. Joshua Downey took second with his total of 45, just edging out newcomer Jacob Botchers with a 46 for third. Michael Hundley added a 51 for fourth. In the Blue C beginner division, eight golfers competed for the title, but it was Mountain Valley second-grader Ethan Clark that lead the group with a scorching 38 on six. Newcomer Scott Steger took second with a 42, followed by mother Frazier Elementary student, Daniel Ferguson, with a total of 45 for third. Ferguson completed IO events and will move up to the Silver C. division. He was awarded a golf club for his outstanding participation efforts. Also competing for the Blue C division were Bobby Maas (47), Derek Buchanan (48), Robert Bergeron (48), Erik Johnson (49) and Michael Roots (52). NBJGA will hold a clinic at the New Braunfels Driving Range on Highway 46 this Saturday at IO a.m. ;

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