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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                and Conditioning Coach of the andOrympicweightlrn Slam boys CH Spurs stay alive with 9887 win flyer Jazz By KIULIY SHANNON Associated Press Writer a big said but Im going to nuke sure it doesnt come Nttt time thbttgh the Spun wont have backto San such edge Game 6 is iTiursday in Sah Lake City Robinson suffered through two bad games in SAN ANTONIO AP The Antonio Naturally the want to close out Utah over weekend scoring just 11 points in Spun sold thousands of extra cheap seats to pack Conference semifinal scries in the Delta Center both Game 3 and Game 4 as the Spurs were the Alamodome and boost their team with ctowd if we cant go home and take care of business blown out noise on maybe we dont deserve to win Weve still got two games to go so every Prodded by the whoops and hollers David this said Karl Matone who led Utah with still up in the air right Robinson Robinson scored 24 points to lead San Antonio 24 points and 12 rebounds but shot just 8for21 said We believe we can do it The last two past Utth 9887 Tuesday as the Spurs avoided from the field games were not indicative at all of the team that elimination and cut the Jazzs lead to 32 in their chns Morris who had eight points and 11 1 i r bestof7 rebounds said he definitely wants to avoid a sev San Antonio isseeking to become only the Tfwedhadtotkindofcrowdthewholetirtie enth game in the Alamodome sixth team in NBA history to come back from a 3 wed have the Robinson said They I dont speak for the whole Morris 1 deficit Cougars Rebels lead 284A feeing offewtf Canyon High School for all boys grades The renowned camp Wted by NBHS basketball coach and CHS basketball coach ISO Community Bretts Parrish Jerry Van Noy Ricky Boehto Reagan George Canyon places five on 284A ADDistrict First Team By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor percentage The following are second team and honorable i oi y mart way Jims 1 The San Marcos Summer Tennis Classic ft scheduled for June 12 at Southwest The tournament which benefits the San Marcos High School tennis team will have acMt senior and junior competition Entry ims are available at Vivroux Sporting The deadline is May 25 For more call 512 395 or Braunfels coaches to basketball camp for students in grades 46 Deadline for reg Ucal swimmers set to splash 10 and middle school will May 18 Unda Park Pool AllDistrict baseball selections taking 12 of the 18 spots on the first team 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 Brette Parrish Brandon Cox and juniorReagan George represented the district runnerup Cougars who finished the season at 1511 and lost to Boeme in the bidistrict playoff round In district Npy was the teams bat ting leader with a 395 average He also was 5 3 as a starting pitcher and held a ERA Cox a designated hitter posted a 468 batting average with runners in scoring position and a teamhigh 26 RBI Parrish hit 370 and stole 17 bases in 19 attempts Boehle a centerfielder hit 355 and had a 959 fielding percentage George was the CougarsMeading pitcher holding an 8 5 record and a ERA The 63 lefthander also ranked among the area leaders with 95 strikeouts Clark a senior catcher and repeat alldis trict pick for NBHS held a 357 batting average with a teamhigh 10 RBI and three home runs Slater a junior outfielder carried a 263 bat ting average with nine RBI and a 903 fielding Pitchers Kevin Hoffman Bastrop junior Josh Harris Smithson Valley senior V Pina Bastrop junior Enoll Baugh Smithson Valley junior First base Ivan Antosh New Braunfels junior Cody Hartman Smithson Valley senior Second base Jason Shields Canyon senior v r THird base 4 Grant Hill New Braunfels senior Shortstop Shaun Hipolitb Hays senior Outfield Josh Veitri Hays junior Chris Sanchei Lockhart sophomore Mike New Braunfels freshman Castilleja Bas trop senior Sean Neal Smithson Valley senior Designated hitter Todd Swint Canyon junior i Utility DeLa Cerda HONORABLE MENTION Brett Valley senior Patrick Hinojosa senior senior Kennyn Carley New Braunfels senior Reuben Perez New Braunfels junior JoeSoKij New Braunfels sophomore Moore New Brauhfelijunior Michael Craning Hays senior Daniel Garcia Lockhart junior Bill Terry Taylor Bastrop junior Charlie Johnson Bastrop junior Jarrett AllDistrict 284 A First Team Reagan Georpe Canyon jurtor 1 CoyCovvden Haysjunbrf Catchers idcJfe Birch Hays senior Bradley Clark New Braunfels sr Second base Rodney Guerrero Hays senior lice Ouatfe Mentor Terrence Moore Hays senior rlicfcy goehle Canyon senior Coly Slater Smftrson Valley jr Designated hitter AgiHn Evaife Hays senior Brandon Cox Canyon senior Utility InfieMer MarkStaedtler Hays senior Brette PamsriCanyonsenior Oi will be from 9 to noon withacham class for Landa Park Dolphin Swim Teen links wbe awarded to winners in 42 QrWIn 47 Gooflen hurls first career noitter NEW YOIWi AP Pwighl QQQfcn after testing positive for cpcaine pitched the fust nohitter of his big league career okj extended his WtteW to innings struck out and Marinen20 walked six to the major Pettwt he pot hjg first m nearly Bradley Clark NB junior golfers up to par at Landa tournament From submitted reports New Braunfels Middle School student Michael Schaeffer was only two strokes away from per fection as he took first place in Silver A divk sion of the New Braunfels Junior Golf Associa tions Landa Park 9Hole 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 2over38 three strokes ahead of second place winner Dan Treanor Schaeffer who also competes for his school and for SoutH Texas Junior competing in Treanor a Smithson Valley High School junior shot on five and binWed the eighth white San Antonio Ghurthill junior Peler took fourth with his total of 48 In the A Canybn takes Ray total 90 OakRun sixOhgrader JefTKovalcik cap seventh whilepiristian Academys Chris ley placed thiflj W 60 Robert Yuras came in EJevenyearoW OaUyn McDonald of OakRun took first in Ihe Silver B division with his score of 48 registering a birdie on the sixth Another OakRun student J Dylan Reininger eased into swond pM ai 52 followed by Pustin Graves with his score 54 for third Also compering were Brian Fancher 62 and Bradley Bevil 67 In the Blue B division New Braunfels fresh man 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 Seele fifthgrader Keith Britton at 52 Also competing were Scott Lyssy Brandon Herzog Ashley Schneider Christine Kovalcik 56 and Cody CrandaU Frazier Elementarys Reece Timmermann blasted into first place with his score of 37 on six holesMn the Silver C division Joshua Downey took second with his total of 45 just edging out newcomer Jacob Borchers with a 46 for third Michael Hundley added a 51 for fourth In the Blue C beginner division eight golfers j competed for the title but it was Mountain Valj ley secondgrader Ethan Clark that lead the group j with a scorching 38 on six Newcomer Scott j Seeger took second with a 42 followed by anothg er Frazier Elementary student Daniel Ferguson j with a total of 45 for third Ferguson completed 10 events and will move i up P the Silver C division He was awarded a golf club for his outstanding participation Also competing for the Blue C division were Bobby Maas Derek Buchanan Robert Bergeron Erik Johnson 49 and Mjchael Roots NBJGA will hold a clinic at the New Braunfels Driving Range on Highway 46 this Saturday at   

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