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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports briefs the Uvakte Termfe Association is spoiv soring its 23rd annual Tennjs June 79 at the Uvakte School Tennis Complex Junior competftton begins June 6 and acMt play begins on Saturday Entry fee is per event Consolation brackets are scheduled for aBiunior events i TBarM Tennis Ranch is offering camps for junior tennis players ages tNs week and continuing through the sum nfef For more call Paul Domanski at 6290439 t n school cjutip girte in grades 78 will be held June 25 at Landa Park Pool The instructton will ODver the fmportant aspects of the four competitive strokes physical starts turns stretch hg and diet It will deal with positive men tal preparation goal setting dedication commitment self reliance and selfesteem The camp wiB run daily from 8 to noon through OKI cfass swimmers suci sis Janet Evans and There will be intense training wjth each day buikfing on the previous lesson Students must attend all four sessions To register call Bud Dallmann at 6256342 Local fOffor hits holeinone Veronica Morton of New Braunfels shot a hotenrKine at Landa Park Golf Course last Wednesday The 32yeardd golfer hit ace on hole No 9 a par3 from 148 yards She finished with a ninehole score of 47 Morton a chemistry major at Southwest Texas State University has been golfing for camp slated f I A Canyon High School will host a Strength and Condrtbning at Cougar Den eginning at is designed for athletes ages want to develop maximum power and speed vertical jump t Burfc a certified sfrength and condi tioning specialist a level I Olympic jVVeigWIifng Coach and 1090 National Sjrength arid Cxmditioning Coach of the wll teach correct technique for free jwghfs machine arid gnrpltment is more informa SumnMf classes aerobics classes for adults using i New Braunfels High School coaches will a f n wW Isetfken at the samp is for bcp and girt in Information call By The Associated Press PARIS AP Defending champion Thomas Muster was Upset by 15thseeded MichKlSbch of Germmy 7 1 in the fourth rbond of the French Open Sikh served 23 aces to the secondseeded Austrian Stefan Edbeig the sixtime Grand Sbm win ner who never won die French ended his 13th and final try when he feO to 14thseeded Mate Rosset of Switzerland 76 Edberg waved Mew a kiss and strode out of the French Open a tournament he will never win former No 1 ranked player sixtime grand slam winner announced last December that he will tttire after this year In other upsets Bernd Karbacher of Germany fired his 14th ace on match point JMtCdUHftr to defeat fifthseeded Goran Ivanisevic 63 61 62 and ninthseeded Maiceto Rios of Chile was ousted by Frances Meanwhile thirdseeded Conchha Martinez of Spain finished her raindelayed match against Mo 14 AnwidaCoetzer of South Afixa 6i 63 f jjiiia il IIWNCOBO ITBf 3BBBIH OBuMiyHl AU9 t i i in t jBanefifflaB 01 mermen upen roc me rounn He win phy seventhseeded ran Courier a twotime champion who downed No 10 Wayne Ferrcira of South Africa 46 Monka Seles who shares the womens top seeding with Steffi Graf needed only 52 min utes for a 61 61 victory over 13thseeded Magdafena Maleeva her opponent the day she Was knifed during a changeover in Ham No lOJana Novotna who beat Graf defeated UuVseeded M No 4 Arantxa Sanchez Vieario beat bartRhmer sixthseeded Ante Jott to Karina Htbsudova seeded Lindsay Davenport overcame No 7 Other were sixthseeded Yevgeny Kafelnikov who beat Francisco Clavet M and No 13 Richaro1 Kra jkek who topped Jonas Bjoifanin 4 Alstar selections Team Above the 1996 New Braunfels American Uttte League AllStar 11 yearold team was selected on Monday Right shortstop Justin Schaeffer moves in on an Infield throw dur ing playoff action between the Braves and Rangers In the majors division HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL 7 v American Little League 11yearold AllStars Peter Ungamffetter JoryWerth Jimmy Qufroz Joseph Van Hoy ZebVlcknair Chris Halley Matthew Schulke PaulCantu Stephen Mendoza Brandon Taylor ChadGregson Bobby Garcia f Y Astrbs slajf unbeaten in Sr League FischCT strikes out 7 to get past Cardinals Athletics top Indians From submitted reports The Astros kept their perfect record intact in the New Braunfels Sr League with another impressive win over the Cardinals 112 Mofr day night at Comal Park Field The Astros collected 12 hits to earn then seventh straight vktory and remain one game in front of the Phillies 51 and Athtetics The Cardinals held the highscoring Astros to three runs through four innings until Josef Antosh Aaron Stoll and Jonathan Muerin who was 4forS got the offense going Klane Kolacek was 2for2 Clifton Fischer pitched four inning strik ing out seven and giving up one hit Antosh earned the save with four strike outs in two innings giving the Astros a total of 11 y For the Jared Fellen and Chip Adams accounted for the two In the earlier game the As defeated the Indians 52 as Darren Classen pitched a three hitter in six and a half innings The As explod ed for five runs in the first inning and held off the Indians rally in the fifth Andy Schmid pitched a complete game foi the Indians giving up three hits and striking out three batters Classen who was lfor3 at the plate had four strike outs Y The Indians offense was led by Schmid Randy Leos and Nick Rozelte who each had a hit Rozellfr and Tirri Voight each scored two runs Nicholas Dixon drove in two runs with a triple in the first inning and was thrown out try ing to stretch it to an inside the park homer Eric Poeck was threeforfour at the and Antosh scored three times Astros catcher and second baseman Aaron Stoll smashed a towering drive to the center field fence to lead off the sixth inning with a double Y Jordan Chicago poised for Seattle By The Associated Press The Seattle Supersonics did something only eight other teams did this season beat the Chicago Bulls Nevertheless Michael Jordan didnt sound very concerned when discussing the team his Bulls will meet in the NBA days after completing its Eastern Conferenece sweep of the Orlando Magic Chicago learned Sunday that it will play Seattle beginning Wednesday The Sonics defeated Chicago 9792 on Nov 26 The Bulls were without injured forward Dennis Rodman We lost our execution down the stretch but our defense has always maintained pressure on their perimeter Jordan said We were in control of the game We dictated When the teams met Jan 10 at Chicago the Bulls outscored Seattle 8759 over the final three quarters and pulled away for a 11387 victory The Sonics played without injured for ward Detlef Schrempf and guard Gary Payton Sports briefs P NEW YORK AP Cleveland teanv mates Albert Belle and Julian Tavarez and Mil waukees Mike Matheny each got fivegame suspensions from the American League for their parts in a benchclearing brawl The 10minute melee started in the ninth inning Friday night when Matheny charged the mound after Tavarez threw a fastball behind his back During the fight Tavarez bodyslammed umpire Joe Brinkman to the ground In the eighth inning a fastball by Marshall fipze hit Belle on the shoulder When Eddie Murray grounded to second one batter later Pelle flattened second baseman Fernando Vina Series glance s MBA o Seattle at CNcago 9 NBC f Semite CWcagp 9 pin NBC Houston waves UT pitching star Greg Swindell By MIKE DRAGO Associated Press Writer had only eight points Seattle reached the NBA Finals for the first time since 1979 with a 9086 victory over Utah in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals Seattles Shawn Kemp had 26 points and 14 rebounds and Gary Payton scored 21 John Stockton and Karl Malone each had 22 points and seven assists for Utah HOUSTON AP Houston Astros general manager Gerry Hunsicker says the release of pitcher Greg Swindell might not be the last shakeup as the team struggles to hold first place in baseballs worst division Three disappointing seasons after signing pitcher Greg Swindell to a million contract the Astros cut their losses Monday by releasing the lefthander and promoting a rookie Hunsicker said there probably wont be any more major changes to the roster but he and oth er Astros officials hinted that other underper forming Astros had better improve I certainly wouldnt rule out that other changes would be he said I dont have anything Swindell 31 lost backtoback games and had an ERA in a pair of relief appear ances for the Astros last week after returning from a groin injury He had been dismal in four starts before the injury going 01 with 13 earned runs in 7 innings This has never happened to a chokedup Swindell told reporters after he was cut Its hard to Y Swindell who attended high school in Hous ton and college at the University of Texas returned home from Cincinnati before the 1993 season Doug Drabek also signed a big free agent contract with the Astros about the same time and the two were expected to anchor a topnotch rotation But neither produced and Drabek continues to be erratic Swindells overall Astros record was 3034 with a ERA Greg came here 3 years ago with high Hunsicker said I guess its safe to say that his career here was laced with many difficulties and frustrations on everyones with a forearm to the face when Vina tried to tag the Indians slugger The playersunion appealed all three penalties meaning the suspensions cant start until after a hearing SAN PIEGO firstplace San Diego Padres learned that smootfhfielding first baseman Wally Joyner wjll be OMt weeks with a fractured left thumb The lefthanded Joyner hitting 321 with five homers and 33 RBIs sustained a fracture at the base of his thumb while sliding into second base in the fourth inning of Sundays loss at Philadel phia NEW YORK Bagwell of the Houston Astros and John Smoltz of the Atlanta Braves won National League player and pitcher awards for May Bagwell batted 360 with eight doubles 10 homers 31 RBIs 22 rum and four stolen bases Smojtt won all six of his starts In 4123 innings he struck out 46 while yielding 26 hits tiiree home runs and 11 walks WEW YORK Ffed MqQnff of the Atlanta Braves won the National league player of the week award He batted 524 11for 21 with three homers five RBIs two doubles four runs and a slugging percentage 1NEW YORK A CaJ Ripken Baltimore Orioles won the American League player of the week award Ripken had his first threehomer game including his fifth career grand slam and a careerhigh eight againat Seattle on May 28 rw the wtdc he hit 550 with five homers and 14 RBIs both teaguenighs OMAHA Neb AP Clwd Copley Justin Bowles and Mike Koerner homered as Louisiana State beat Florida 94 despite epnv milting five errors and allowing unearned runs in the College World Series In 5 13 innings Brett Laxton 82 allowed only one earned run on m hits and four wajks He struck
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