New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 29, 1996, Page 4

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October 29, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Tuesday, October 29, 1996 J 5 H e r a I d ■ Z e i I u,n g Sports Day B To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Day JBpWPiiWWaWa a aBpp> tbs outflow Is with fly balls.” Padre Carmela Martinez Comal County Sports fmwr Cern* County ntMntes the Herald-Zeitung wants to know at what or pro levels former Comal County athletes are currently playing. To Ila eligible, the athletes must have actuated from New Braunfels, Smithson iNey or Canyon high schools. They must be currently participating in a collegiate or xoresstonai athletic program. Information should include the name of the athlete, high school, graduating year and current college or pro team. Please Delude a name and number in case more information is needed. AH information can be faxed to (210) 625-1224 or mailed or dropped by the Herald-Zeitung offices at 707 Landa St. in New Braunfels. For more information call David Winder at 625-9144. New anwnfele Men’s Golf The New Braunfels Men^GdTAs«odation will sponsor a junior golf tournament at Landa Park Golf Course on Nov. 2 and 3. The tournament is open to golfers between ages 10-18 who attend school in Comal County. There will be divisions for both boys and girls in the 10-12,13-15 and 16-18 age groups. The sign up sheet is at Landa Park Golf Course. The last day to sign up is Oct. 30. Lunch WHI be served to players on Saturday compliments of Schlotsky’s Deli. Awards on Sunday with lunch compliments of Domino’s Pizza. The Tobacco Haus, Entex and Becky's Restaurant are also sponsors. For more information, caii Landa Park Golf Course at 608-21v MflwKyHi rn—i/Wifc Participants of the Nonvest Wurst 5-Mile Run/Walk will receive a six-color, long sleeve shirt, a ticket to Wurstfest and hot Kiobalssa sausage to be washed down with a variety of Miller Beer or Culligan water. registration is at Run-Tex in Austin, the fwd Roger Solar's Sports’ located in San Antonio and Comprehensive Fitnesain New Braunfels. Registration is $13 in advance and $16 on race day. Discounts are given for families and large groups. For more information call, Susan Phillips at (210) 609-5030. Gold Cards from the NBGSA are still available. The cards allow for discounts at many area stores and can be used over and over. The cost is $10 for each card. Anyone interested can call Gwen Burrell el 606-1924 or Connie Fite at 629-4767. Or you can mail $10 to NBGSA, PO. Box 311132, New Braunfels. Tx 78130. teitelbflN starting The New Braunfels Junior'League Basketball will be accepting registrations at Vh/roux Toys and Sporting Goods from not until Nov. 20 The league is open to boys and girls, grades 4 thru 6. Registration is $35. No registrations will be accepted after Nov. 30. Tryouts will be Dec. 7. For more information CSH 6290141. Bowling instruction classes for beginners, and/or persons wanting to improve their skills are now held twice a month at Comal BOW!. Certified instructors are Morgan Smith and Donald Stance. Classes are two 2-hour sessions using written material and personal one-on-one instruction on the lanes. The cost is $5 per class. The next classes are Nov. 7 and Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. For more information call Morgan at 620-5980 or Donald at 609-1033. CVO iMikgtlMi registration starts Friday at GIS. Mer and Paul The CVO basketball league is open to ail aH boys and girts, ages 8-15 in the New Braunfels area. Registration will be at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church on Casteel St. from 6:30 to 8 Friday evening. Registration will be 10 am to 1 p.m. on Saturday and 1 to 5 on Sunday. The coat is $45 with a $5 discount for siblings. For more information call 609-1694. button for Fin kwititioitgi1 JohaNewcanbe Tennis Ranch's Fall Invitational WHI be held this Sunday at 1:30. For more information call 643-0404 Canyon, Hays to battle for second By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor The third time’s a charm. The Canyon Ccigarettes and the Jays Lady Rebels will meet for the third time this season in a playoff br second place in District 28-4A. The two teams, who split their earlier matches, will meet at 7:30 >.m. at San Marcos High School. ‘Ifs going to be interesting, because we know each other,” Canyon coach Donna Boehle said. ‘‘We’re both likely to make adjustments. I’m planning on making a ot of adjustments during the game.” Even though Canyon and Hays are already guaranteed playoff spots, the game is still important. ‘It’s a big match because of playoff) bracket placement,” Boehle said. “Whether the kids realize that, I don’t know. We’re going to have a meeting about that later. “It might be that they are not aware of what’s at stake, because, as of right now. all your goals for this part of the season have been reached.” Boehle said she is not worried about scouts getting to see the Cougarettes in action. “Some of things we’re going to do against Hays we won’t be doing against other teams,” Boehle said. But we’re not going to change anything. I don’t want scouts dictating my game plan.” Tonight’s plan for the 26-5A champion New Braunfels Unicorns is to finish their district schedule on V * \Virn WNT Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Unicom Yvette Villaneuva dives for a dig earlier thla season. The Unicorns and their district season tonight against Churchill. “We don’t want a loss going into the playoffs,” Unicom coach Phyllis Fowler said. “They’ve went through a lot to gain respect in this district. They don’t want to lose again.” And avoiding a loss to Churchill will be easier said than done. “They are a very talented team,’’ Fowler said. “They have a lot of potential. I've always said that good teams bring out the good in other teams, and we have had a tendency to do that this season.” I*-. rn mem    •.*f Milt#!1 ‘It’s going to bo interesting because we know each other so well.’ — Canyon’s Donna Boehle a winning note. The Unicorns meet Churchill at 7:30 p.m. at Unicorn Gym. BMC’I WU Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyon’s Call Courtney goes for a block against Del Valle earlier this season. Canyon plays Hays for second place tonight.Prep Scrapbook New Braunfels running back David Sinunond* JmnU'I yvds rushing and 50 yards receiving in the Unicorns’ 20-0 loss to Madison last Friday. Smithson Valley running back Tim Ivey rushed for 202 yards and two touchdowns in the Rangers’ 42-13 victory over Del Valle Canyon’s Jammal Sargent rushed for 95 yards in the Cougars’ 22-6 loss to Hays. The Unicom defense was led by Brian Lee and Kyle Reneau. with 13 tackles. Grant Simpson had 12 and Justin Vogt had IO. Gab? Perez had nine tackles. The Ranger defense was led by John Hickman with eight tackles. Jeff Shinn and Brad Tellander had six. Taylor Jordan. Matt Bridges. Brandon Schultz and Fernando Vil- lazana all five tackles. The Cougar defense was led by Michael Broaddus with 22 tackles. Jeramy Hill had 18 tackles followed by Jesse Mesa with 16. Reed Boyd had 13 tackles followed by Mark Noble with IO tackles. Unicorn quarterback Kliff Kingsbury completed IO of 22 passes for 96 yards. Ranger quarterback Billy Grindle completed 5 of 6 passes for 79 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown. Cougar quarterback Reagan George completed 11 of 20 passes for 82 yards. He also rushed for 16 yards. David Simmonds, David McGilvery, Jonathan Flavin, Joe Sosa and Chad Wehe all had receptions for the Unicorn^ Simmonds and Sosa both had catches of 22 yards. Brad Tlriesch had two catches for 68 yards and two touchdowns for the Rangers. Jeff Shinn had one catch for a seven-yard touchdown. Tim Ivey and Sam Teuton also had receptions for the Rangers. Malcom Kitchen had five catches for 51 yards for the Cougars. Reed Boyd and John Aguirre had two catches each. Bobby Mason and Chance Weaver both had one reception. ■ DeAngelo Aguirre and Adam Trollinger both had sacks for the Unicorns. Brian Lee, Grant Simpson and Aguirre had tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Byran Byrne recovered a fumble caused by Justin Vogt. -que -vv • I -A \ 1 ~ Brad These* had two interceptions and Bert Nauman had one for the Rangers. Brad Tellander had a quarterback hurry and Dustin Boren had a sack. Brad Little and Triesch batted down two passes while Tellander knocked down one. Jesse Mesa, Orlando Mesa and Michael Broaddus all had tackles behind the line of scrimmage for the Cougars. Reed Boyd had an interception and Broaddus caused a fumble. The New Braunfels Unicorns will have their homecoming against Seguin at 7:30 Friday night at Unicorn Stadium. The Canyon Cougars will travel to Del Valle. The Smithson Valley Rangers will travel Bastrop. Sports Briefs Bavktoy, Oakley suspended for preseason brawl Charles Barkley’s regular-season debut for the Houston Rockets has been put on hold, but he won’t miss his rematch with his former team. Barkley was suspended for one game and fined $5,000 Monday for a fight with New York’s Charles Oakley in an exhibition game last Friday. Oakley, who instigated the fight by slamming Barkley to the floor, got two games and a $10,000 fine. Barkley will- sit out the Rockets’ opener Friday night at home against the Sacramento Kings, but he ll be on the court the next night when Houston travels to Phoenix to play his old team, the Suns “I feel bad I’ll miss the home opener, but I guess it’s ironic that I’ll open the season in Phoenix,” Barkley said Monday. Barkley and Oakley tangled early in Friday s game. Both were ejected, which costs them an additional $1,000. Rhodes warming up Detmer being the quarterback PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Coach Ray Rhodes likes Philadelphia chances against the Cowboys Sunday — as long as Ty Detmer keeps his mind in the game. Dolphins didn’t have a prayer By DENNE H. FREEMAN AP Sports Write IRVING, Texas (AP) — Players and executives were enjoying their whipping of Jimmy Johnson at Valley Ranch on Monday, and some said the catalyst for the 29-10 win over the Miami Dolphins was the pregame prayer. “I heard this man of the cloth praying for a Dolphins win before the kickoff and I wondered what church he was from,” said offensive tackle Nate Newton. “‘I thought it must have been some kind of Dolphin cult or something. ” Said running back Emmitt Smith: “We all thought the pregame Newton said one of the reasons the Cowboys wanted to play well was not because they were meeting their former coach but because “so many of us on the team are from Florida. That’s where the media missed the boat on our motivation.” The Cowboys watched films of the victory Monday and got some good news from trainer Jim Maurer. Tight end Erie Bjornson, who sprained his right ankle making a touchdown catch, could be ready to play on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. “He (Bjornson) said he thinks he will be able to play,” Switzer said. "There wasn’t as much swelling as we thought there would be.” prayer was some kind of joke or something. We couldn’t believe it. It helped get our attention.” Dallas coach Barry Switzer said the prayer, read over the public-address system, was strange. “Nate Newton leaned over to me and said, “Coach, I don’t think that prayer was for everybody.’ We knew it certainly wasn’t for us,” Switzer said. Quarterback Troy Aik-man had one word for it: “Tasteless.” ASTHMA SUFFERERS!!! Do You Take Asthma Medication Either Daily or Occasionally? You may be elligible for an asthma study using an investigational medication. You must currently be a non-smoker. FREE: • Lab Testing • Physician Testing • L Ling Function Testing PAID UP TO $450! 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