New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 11, 1997, Page 5

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March 11, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Tuesday, March 11, 1997 O Page 5 Sports Day ■ To talk with News Editor Steve Brigman about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 221. Kl q r a I d Z e i t u n gSports Day From Staff Reports Comal County Sports 14 The third annual Hummel Museum golf tournament will be held Saturday at Chaparral Country Club in Seguin. The tournament wi have three flights and go by the Two lion oalort chn! frvraaf The prizes per flight are $300 for first place, $200 for second place and HOO for third piece. A1997 vehicle donated by Seguin Motor Co. wW be a hole* in-one prize. The entry foe is $00 per person which includes gifts, prizes and hamburger buffet. The tournament is Smiled to 54 teams and entries must be received by Friday. Make checks payable to: The Hummel Museum, Inc. Send to P.O. Box 31 HOO, New Braunfels, Tx., 78131. Call 625-5636 for more information. New Braunfels girls track team continued im winning ways by placing second at last weekends Maverick Relays held in Round Rock. T rack Susan Wheeler won the shot put with a throw of 37-6 1/2. Megan Vogt placed third in the triple jump with a 32-7 1/2 and second in the high jump with a 3-0. Sarah Damarodas got a fourth place in the 3200-meter run with a 12:03.38 while Karin Meder took fifth with a 12:23 and Christina Williams was eighth with a 12:29. Jodi Slaughter placed third in the 800-meter with a 2:25.1 and Emily Coble took a third-place finish in the 200-meters with a 27.5. The Unicorns’ Crystal Clark finished third in the 1600-meter run in 5:25 and was followed by teammate Bethany Carl in sixth with a 5:37.1. The 400-meter relay team of Jasmine Owens, Nota Muir, Janac Davis and Coble finished third with a 51.8 and the 800-meter team of Andre Mills, Muir, Davis and Coble came in second in 1:48.4. The 1600-meter team of Slaughter, Davis Muir and Mills took second with a 4:13.6. Owens placed fifth in the 100-meter hurdles in 17.4. The Unicom girls were also named the outstanding team at the Carl Lewis Relays March I. The Unicorns placed in all five relays they entered. The 3200-meter team of Clark. Meder, Slaughter and Carl won its race with a time of 10:03. The sprint relay team of Coble, Muir, Liz Grow and Slaughter turned in a 4:17.9 for a second-place finish. Kendra Rcimer joined Grow, Slaughter and Muir on the 1600-meter team that took second with a 4:04.3. The distance Medley team of Meder, Davis, Damarodas and Clark took third with a 13:13.5. Coble. Muir, Davis and Grow placed sixth in the 400-meter with a 50.2. New Braunfels gills continue winning ways Jodi Anderson was named the meet Is outstanding girl performer based on her first-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles (15.66), second in high jump (5-2), third in long jump (16-9) and third in 300-meter hurdles. Reimer won the 300-meter hurdles with a 46.51 and came in second in the long jump at 17-6. The Unicorns will be back on the track Saturday at the Tiger Relays in Floresville. Canyon claims first at Del Valle By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer The Canyon Cougarettes won the championship game of the Del Valle Tournament Saturday by defeating Dripping Springs 18-7 on Saturday. Canyon swept through three games in the tournament to up their record to 13-2. The 13to annuel Omena feet KWdcmeler run vtA toto piaoe March 29. The raoe begins at 9 am. in front of Gruene He!. One thousand partdpertB are expected to run in the race. Cash and ether prizes ^1 be awarded to the top three finishers tor man and women in each age bracket 14 md under, 15-19,2024,2529,30 34,3539,4044,4540,5064,55 59,6064,6569 and 70and otter. The first male and tamale to erose the finish fine wff reoeke a par cf H86D0K running anoea HeregiMion tee ie $12 rtegtofralion farms are avtotobli to Ropy Sofars Sports. 2599 JactoorvKetoRoettafMtocff I Jackson, and at Solarfc aporia at 5933 Broadway. Preregjetralon deacflne is March 22 tale registration unfit Mevch 28 is $15. and $20 toe day of toe race. Fdrjntorrneioacal(210)930 3148, (2103053701. or (512) 4723254. Ii • A Guys and Dole go! tournament^ be held Saturday at the Sundance Go! Course. Hayers can sign up at tie Ro Shop for toe 1230 pm abn For more information ctf 8293017. There *4 abo be a MghFBtol tournament March 19 rn Sundance, food lime in 7 pm Players can too agn up at toe Sundance Ro Shop or CM 829-3817 or 8092596. 94. Peter and PmA wl continue •ignupe tor Isabel faetpkto aoft-bal and boys and girts beeetxl vie toe phone through Sunday Contact Anthony titer at 609-1894 or Daryl Pawatak at 6054334. There tMi also bs a meting of m reseated parents and volunteer* 7 pm March 19 n toe gym acescent to Ste. Fats and RU Church. Topics far dacuaaioh wB include general information about toe CVO aport calenda statue of toaCYO program and toe future of CYD al Ss. Paler end Paul Playoff bound wWQNN BfvwvlVreNMp aPOw DUiKSi 10* slfiCI lOfawMy IsiyiOff av*    TOt the alala BA playoffs. The Unicorns had MacArthur Saturday, 1-1, to Hw*kJ-Za4ung photo by MichMt Darnall In Friday's 2-1 win ovsr Churchill, to hatp put tbs Unicom* In up tho playoff spot Unicorns headed for playoffs From Staff Reports New Braunfels' soccer Unicorns spent Friday and Saturday wrapping up a spot in the state-5A playoffs. With a 2-1 win over Churchill on Fnday, and a 1-1 tie with MacArthur Saturday, the Unicorns qualified for the third playoff spot from Distnct 53-5A. Friday’s win over Churchill was huge since it was the Chargers' only distnct loss. Churchill finished the regular season as the distnct champion at IO-1, and Lee secured second place with an 8-3-3 mark. The Unicorns edged MacArthur (7-4-3) with a 7-3-4 mark. New Braunfels will play Highlands, the District 54-5A third-placc team, in a first-round contest Friday at last Central High School. Against Churchill, it took the Unicorns just six minutes to strike. Michael Dischinger passed to Kyle Rcneau who hit the upper nght comer from 15 feet out to put New Braunfels ahead I -0. Tile score held until the four-minute mark in the second half when the Chargers converted on a penalty kick for shoving iii the box. But the Unicorns came back to score the game- winner when Joe Burke headed in a well-placed Gilbert Morales comer kick to put the Unicorns ahead for good. Unicom coach Bob Rodriguez said his team s focus was a big part of it playing so well. Though New Braunfels outshol MacArthur 16-4 Saturday, they managed only a l-l stalemate. Bradley Brandenburg nailed a penalty kick in the second half to tie the score, and escape a loss that would have eliminated tile Unicorns from the playoff New Braunfels ends the regular season with all-4-4 record overall. Softball Meanwhile the Lady Unicorns kept their Distnct 26-5A record unblemished w ith a 4-0 whitewash of the Roosevelt Lady Rough Riders at Unicom Softball Field on Friday afternoon. Against Dripping Springs, the Cougarettes exploded for six runs in the first, five in the third, six in the seventh and one in the fifth. The Cougarettes collected 18 base hits, which Coach Charles Adams said was their best offensive explosion of the season.    .    ., “Our hats just got hoi because toe same pitcher beat us 2-1 earlier in the year,” Adams said. “We were just hitting the hall and hitting it hard" Senior Julia Best earned the victory by pitching for five innings. In the first game of the tournament. Canyon defeated La Vernia 8-3. Pitcher Kate Boyd improved her record to 2-1 by going three innings. The next game, the Cougarettes edged out Austin Crockett 3-2. Haiborth earned the victory by scattering eight hits and allow ing two runs. “I think the main thing we did is to improve our confidence and to steadily get better as we head into the district schedule,'' C oach Adams said. Canyon will take on Del Valle in a Distnct 2K-4A clash today at 3 p.m. at Canyon High School. New Braunfels beat Roosevelt even though tile I ady Unicom could only manage two hits. “We did not hit well,” Coach Cindy Manley said. “We scored four runs on Roosevelt's seven emirs. We did enough to win the game We expect to hit better against MacArthur.” New Braunfels will take on MacArthur at 4:30 p.m. today at Alva Jo Fischer F ields in San Antonio. On Deck Today Hay*JValSmitManVWtoy ........3pm Hay* at Smflhaon Way .... *#cond 9am* Oat Val* JV al Canyon  ......... 5 pm. Oat Wa al Canyon...............7 p m MacArthur JV al Haw BraunM* -----4 p m Maw BraunM* aI MacArthur 4 30 p m Bndhaon Way al Porn Ma* ..... 7pm OomMw JV al Smithton Way (2)    .5 pm Loa JV al Haw BraunM* ........4    30pm La* Al Haw BraunM* .............7 p m Canyon al Loctttart ............7 pm Tams* Maw BraunM* ai La* ............J p m Thursday, March I! Haw BraunM* al Ban Marco* toumay . TEA IM Haw BraunM* ai Boama............TIA Canyon al Hay* ...................TIA 1W6-67 District 28-4A All-District Team Nam* School Class First Team Degionald Erskin......junior ...............Gonzales Trey Hill.............senior...............Del    Valle Donovohn Henderson .. junior ................Bastrop Chris Tsmplsmsn ssnlor Tommy Jones.........senior Xavier Hatnot.........senior Gregg Pitts...........junior Chris Tucy...........junior .Smithton Valley ..........Hays .......Del    Valle .......Lockhart Gonzales Second Team .. senior ...............Del    Valle Del Valle .......Del    Valle .Smithton Valley .Smithton Valley .Smithton Valley Herman Vallejo... Otis Neal............senior Carlos Gomez ........ senior Jaff Herarud.........senior R.J. Strauch.........senior Bill Sturgis..........junior Clint Flume..........junior................Canyon Stave Hastings........junior ...............Gonzales Honorable Mention Jason Alves..........junior .... ...........Del    Valle Tyson Carroll........junior................Canyon Travis Wommack senior ...............Canyon Jonathon Okunbar sophomore ............Bastrop Austin Maxwell........sophomore ............Bastrop Mike Korczynski.......senior ...............Lockhart Daniel Osteen........junior................Lockhart Derek Snyder........senior ........Smithson    Valley Brad Trlesch.........senior ........Smithson    Valley Clayton Prescott senior ........Smithson    Valley Rick Rosebrock.......senior..................Hays A.J. Camarillo........senior...............Gonzales Joe Carates..........sophomore...........Gonzales Perfect season Subm**d photo Th# Bulls just wrapped up a perfect 94) season to win the New Braunfels Junior Basketball 8th-grade league. The team members are: from top left, Roes Matt, Jonathon Mc Rain, coach Jerome Davie, Joshua Mueller, Matt Milter; from bottom left, Bobby Zlnkgraf, Paul Cantu Jr., Brian Paniagua and Jerome Davie Jr. Lucas Hutchison is alto on the team and Morris B. Smith Ie an assistant coach. ;

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