New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 30, 1996, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 30, 1996

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports briefs New Braunfels Little LeagueHerald-Zeitung O Thursday, May 30,1996 O S Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports! Day Sampras rises, Agassi falls at French Open mfiNOMOPEH^ SJW*!    : P«M Swnpra*    SMtf . Broguer* 6-3,64 6*7 (2*7) 2*6,6* Chris Woodruff de#. Andre ‘ Yevgany KA**w(6) <M. • ^    ”7.    HT!, — Thomas jQmnsi6664L 7-5, BB, Jim Goufe (Tidal, Barid Nkifr By The Associated Press away      ;    **& “II g>ves me some confidence that I can play Top-seeded Pete Sampras    with the Bmgueras and whomever, and that’s one advanced to the third round, ^^BHBHHI    thing I haven’t had before coming into this tour- beating two-time champion    nament.” Sergi Bruguera 6-3,6-4,6-    Among the women, top-seeded Monica Seles 7 (7-2), 2-6,6-3. Sampras, I    ^^Sjl    beat Japan’s Naoko Sawamatsu 7-6 (7-4), 6-2 and who has never made it past H|    15-year-old Swiss star Martina Hingis defeated the quarterfinals, next faces Hr    Germany’s    Petra Begerow 7-5,7-5.< fellow American Todd W\    NOTES    — Sampras, Agassi Mid Monica Seles Martin.    Werc chosen to lead the U.S. Olympic tennis team Martin defeated three- Pol* Sampras    jn Atlanta, while 1992 gold medalists Jennifer time champion Mats    Capriati and Mary Joe Fernandez were eliminated Wilander 6-4,7-6 (7-5), 6-2.    by a computer. Sampras, who has never felt able to play his nat-    The U.S. Tennis Association selected players for ural game on the red clay rose to the challenge and    singles based the April 29 rankings. That left out defeated clay’s most natural artist, the unseeded    Capriati, who won the women’s singles at Bruguera.    Barcelona, and Fernandez, who teamed with Gigi “This match had a lot of everything,” Sampras    Fernandez to win the doubles. PARIS (AP) — Andre Agassi left the French Open in a hurry. His game undermined by impatience, unforced errors and double faults, Agassi lost in the second round to journeyman Chris Woodruff. Then, the third-seeded American didn’t bother with any explanations. After his 4-6, 64, 6-7 (9-7), 6-3, 6-2 defeat, Agassi walked off, got into into his chauffeur-driven car and rode off with fiancee Brooke Shields. It was the second time in three years Agassi was dumped in the second round. The last time, in 1993, Thomas Muster, now this event’s defending champion, ousted him, and Agassi was philosophical about his five-set loss. This time he was so devastated he literally ran ‘We’ve got Keeney on the lettuce diet. Unfortunately, he eats 40 pounds of lettuce a day.” —Steve Sloan, on 6’6", 334-pound Texas Tech player Mike Keeney. tatefeaSiiasfftdaf. Naoto ^ Temesveri 66,52. i2L MMY rare* Randriantefy, 6*3,2*6,6*2. Astros stay unbeaten in NB Sr. League NBHS girls basketball camp New Braunfels High School coaches will offer a camp for returning students in grades 7-9. from 8:30 am to noon Monday, June 3 to Thursday, June 6 at the NBHS gym. Registration will be taken at the start of each camp day. Rom staff and submitted reports Muerin scored two runs to add to die attack. Buddy DiFonzo paced the Breves with two hits. Greg Williams and Tyler Holmig singled and scored in the final inning. Josef Antosh came on for the Astros and notched five strike outs in the final two innings to earn die save. The outcome was closer for the Cardinals. Pitchers Wes Clade and Jenry Fellers combined for a one-hitter to hold off the Royals and a gutsy performance by pitcher Bradley Marshall who went seven complete innings and struck out five batters. Erie Garrett got the Royals’ only hit. Shortstop Cody Reinter, third baseman Jerod Campbell and Fellers each scored twice to pace the Cardinals’ attack. Royals second baseman Matt Wilkinson turned in the game’s defensive gem when Cardinal batter Jerod Campbell hit a slow roller to Marshall at the mound. Backing up first base, Wilkinson snagged a high overthrow to first base and tagged out Campbell who was on his way to second. A four-inning pitching duel quickly turned into a scoring barrage between the Astros and Braves in the New Braunfels Sr. League. Ultimately, the Astros had more offensive fire, scoring seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to emerge with an 84 win on Wednesday night at Comal Park Fields. The Astros-Braves clash was one of two games in the NB Sr. League which resumed play for first time since the Memorial Day break. In the second game, the Cardinals topped the Royals in a 10-7 thriller. The Astros (5-0) kept their perfect record intact thanks in large part to pitcher Clifton Fischer who struck out six batters and gave up one run in five innings. Braves pitcher Kevin Hull was equally impressive, matching Fischer for four innings and holding the Astros to a 1-0 lead. Then the scoring erupted. Astros outfielder Erie Peock led the way, going 4-for4 at the plate. Jonathan HI Children’s Museum to sponsor Missions baseball For the second straight year, the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels is sponsoring “New Braunfels Night" at San Antonio's Wolff Stadium on Saturday, July 6. The San Antonio Missions, a double-A farm club of the Los Angeles Dodgers, will play the Tulsa Drillers, a farm club of the Texas Rangers. The Museum is selling general admission tickets for $3 each, a $1 discount off the regular gate price. Tickets will be on sale at the museum in Courtyard Shopping Center until June 1. The museum will move to the local Factory Stores June 8. The Missions will share the proceeds with the museum during a ceremony before the game. A local resident will throw out the first pitch. The first 2,000 fans who arrive at the game will receive a free Missions baseball cap. For more information, call 629-3456. Guadalupe Saucer Academy Ie hold summer camps The Guadalupe Soccer Academy will be holding its annual four-week summer soccer camp from 8 to 11:30 a.m. starting June 3 at HEB Soccer Complex in New Braunfels. Each camp will focus on soccer fundamentals and will end with a "World Cup" tournament. Registration forms are available at Vivroux Sporting Goods. HerakJ-Zeitunq photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Buddy DiFonzo of the Brevet tag# Jonathen Muerin who elides into second bees safely in the first Inning. The Astros went on to win 64. Royals 11, Padres 2 PEEWEE Blue Jays 15. Orioles 6 May 24 Cardinals 12. Royals 6 W—Russell Erwin; L — Kirk Michalec Kyle Jonas and Levi Young had two hits each. Jamie Adams, Kirk Michaleca and Derek Thompson led the Cardinals with two hits each. MAY 23 White Sox 9, Phillies 3 MAY 23 Rockies 14. Padres 6 W — Cameron Honk (3); Mike Silva, (2); Sergio Gonzales (1); Chris Silva (1); Travis Culpepper; Dennis Rios. Twins 8, Blue Jays 7 Tigers 13. Orioles 8 W—Ryan Ripley (4); Jeff Ewing (1 1/3),J.P.Hendrie(22/3) May 21 Phillies 9. Athletics 7 Jacob Gonzales (1). Chase Wills (1), John Rheinlander. W — Cole Gleason (3). Brooks Radla(1) Cole Gleason hit a home, had two RBI and six strike outs. May 21 Mats 9, Rockies 5 W — Jason Schutke, Alonzo Reyes; Johnny Hernandez, David Medrano. Rodarte single. Jason Serna, single. MINOR May 25 Marlins 17. Athletics 5 W—Tyler Smith (3); Bradley Bevil (3); L—Tanner Honk (3); Zachary Whitehead (3). Matt Schumann, three singles, Tyler Smith two triples and two singles; Chris Gerhardt triple; Grayson Mechler, triple and two singles; Tanner Honk single; Miguel r\ Tristan single; Patrick King, sin-gle; Clayton Woodridge, sin- # I 3? J Yankees 6, Royals 4 £ / W—Jonathan Zamora (3); r Garret Machalec; L—Bobby Moreno (5) May 23 Marlins 11, Cubs 4 Tyler Smith (3); Bradley Bevil (3) L — Chris Thayer (3); Travis Deleon (3) Tyler Smith, triple and double, 4 RBI; Bradley Bevil, tw; singles; Chris Gerhardt, single; Dustin Anderson, single; Cavanaugh Castilieja, triple; Eric Leach, single; Adam CastiUeja, single; Travis DeLeon, single. Athletics 9, Angels 8 May 21 Yankees 17, Phillies 10 From submitted reports The following are American Little League scores and highlights for May 20-25: MAJORS May 24 Indians 4, Astros 3 Braves 5. Reds 3 May 22 Braves 8, Rangers 5 Dodgers 10. Pirates 9    ^    cf W—Adam Silva (6); ZebVicknair(1);L— ^ Thomas George (3); Carl I Tope (2) Matt Schulke (1). . Michael Garrott (1); Schulke. triple and single. Tape, triple. Josh Cunningham, single; Thomas George, triple; Jason Soma, double; Todd Steeno, single, Jake Jowers, triple and three singles; Adam Gallegoss, double; Adam Silva, two singles; James Lovet. two singles. May 20 Dodgers 7, Indians 5 Reds 9, Pirates 5 W — Eric Etzler (5); Thomas George (2) Carl Tepe (2); Matt Schulke (2). Etzler, triple and two doubles; Matt Ribeiro, 2 singles; Britton Ovelette, triple; Matt Schulke, single; Carlos MAJORS Braves Rangers Reds Dodgers MAJORS Reds Phillies Rockies Padres DfoWBTS Blue Jays Indians Marlins 10-2-1 84-1 8-5-0 8-5-0 7-6-0 6-7-0 3-10-0 1-12-0 Indians Astros MINORS Marlins Yankees Angels Royals Cubs Padres Athletics NBJQA to swing at Par-Te* The New Braunfels Junior Golf Association wi hold a Division C beginner’s tournament at Par-Tee Golf Center in Seguin at 10 a.m. on Saturday. June 1. Members and non-members can register by calling Connie Reininger at least five days in advance at 620-1735 AAL golf tournament to ald New Braunfels girts softball The Aid Association for Lutherans, a fraternal benefit society, Branch 2382 will sponsor a golf tournament June 1 to benefit the New Braunfels Girls Softball League. The tournament will begin at 8:30 arn at Sundance Golf Course. The local league, which consists of 384 girts on 32 softball teams, is in need of uniforms for the annual state-wide, all-star games. Funds will also go to purchasing lighting for local softball fields. For more Information, call David Luckemeyer. AAL district representative, at 625-0207. 10-2-0 84-0 7-50 740 600 30-1 3-7-1 2-100 MINORS Orioles Angels Royals Braves Dodgers Pirates Athletics Rangers 11-10 11-10 10-20 9-30 7-50 7-50 600 50-1 400 300 300 1-10-1 0-120 PEEWEES Tigers Red Sox Mets Twins Rangers Yankees Mariners Giants Rockies Expos Cardinals Cardinals Red Sox White Sox Tigers Twins Blue Jays Phillies Royals Athletics Rockies Padres Orioles 15-10 1240 1000 8-50 90-1 70-1 60-1 6-100 4-100 4-11-1 2-120 Rangers sweep Cleveland; Bagwell lilts Astros By The Associated Press    ans, who still have the best record in the    burgh Pirates’ pitching staff has Jeff Bag- ....................................... AL, the Rangers moved 14 games over    well’s number — and it resides 459 feet ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The    .500 for the first time since July 14,1979.    from home plate. The Pirates display num- Texas Rangers are the only AL team nev-    “i’m happy with 33 wins at this point,”    hers to honor the infrequent homers hit er to have appeared in the playoffs. The    Rangers manager Johnny Oates said “We    into Three Rivers Stadium’s upper deck. way they’ve played for the first third of the    got a few breaks and made a few breaks.    Until Wednesday, only one player had season, the Rangers seem determined to    Sweeping teams like Cleveland, Balli-    ho me red more than once into the upper change that.    more and New York at home, those are    reaches. Make that two players. Texas completed its first series sweep of pretty good teams. They won’t get swept    Bagwell’s fouith-inning drive into the the Cleveland Indians since 1992 Wednes- by many teams.”    second row of the left-field stands helped day night when Dean Palmer raced home    The Rangers certainly have the bidi-    him to a 4-for-5 night as the Houston on Sandy Alomar’s passed ball with the    ans’ attention, having won four of six    Astros did a number of their own on the go-ahead run in the eighth inning of a 54    from Cleveland and five straight games    Pirates, winning 74. His long shot off victory.    overall.    Danny Darwin was the 12th ball hit into With the three-game sweep of the Indi-    ■ PITTSBURGH    (AP) — The Pitts- the upper deck in 27 seasons. Canyon Cougar strength and conditioning camp slated Canyon High School will host a “Strength and Conditioning Camp" at Cougar Den June 10-13 with two sessions beginning at 8 a,rn. and 10 a.m. The camp is designed for athletes ages 12-15 who want to develop maximum. strength, power and speed vertical jump and agility. Dan Burk, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, a level I U.S.W.F Olympic Weightlifting Coach and 1993 National Stength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, will teach correct technique for free weights, machines and Olympic weightfift-ing, Cost is $20. Enrollment is limited. For more information, call Burk at 525-6251 or 620-7634. Volleyball camp opan to alite Coach Phyllis Fowler will lead the New Braunfels High School Youth Volleyball Camp for girls In third through sixth grades June 17-21 at GakRun Elementary School. To register or for more information, cai! 625-6271. Baltimore    J New York    i Toronto    J Boston    J Detroit Central Division Cleveland Chicago Milwaukee Minnesota Kansas City Texas Seattle California Oakland mg the matter cannot be tried in Houston because unfair business practices in violation of the Sher-of the court’s lack of jurisdiction.    man    Antitrust Act. Foyt filed a $5 million lawsuit against CART    ■ EUGENE, Ore.    (AP) — Tennessee’s in January, alleging the organization was using its Lawrence Johnson concluded his remarkable position with Indy-car racing and racing sponsors    collegiate pole vault career by clearing a meet- to unfairly influence business decisions to monop-    record 19 feet, I inch for his second consecutive olize Indy-car racing.    NCAA title.Johnson, who set the American Foyt contended his decision to try to compete    record of 19-7 1/2 on Saturday in Knoxville, in both the CART series and the newly formed    broke the meet record of 19-1/4 set by Istvan Indy Racing League has made him a target of Bagyula of George Mason in 1991. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: May 30, 1996

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