New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 25, 1997, Page 5

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March 25, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Tuesday, March 25, 1997 CT Page 5 H e r n I cl - Z e i I u n g Sports Day ■ To talk with News Editor Steve Brigman about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 221.Sports Day The Press Comal County Sports MC The 13th annual Gruene Texas lOtibrwtor run wl take place Steurdey. The race begins at 9 am in fart of Quarte HGI. One thousand participants are expected to run in tie raoe. Cash and ether prizes w« be araded to toe top tfvee finishers tor men and MumTtom in rairh finn hmrkrt Ii mlWI ll    VICMVRX*    1“ and under, 15-19,2024,25-29,30-34,3539,4044,4549,5064,55-59,6064,9559 and 70 and older. The first male and female to aces toe finish fine si receive a pair of ftoobok running shoes. ^ ffareflpelation lee ie $12. Registration forme are Mritobte at SIM Sports, 2969 atroce Jackson, and at Sofars Spate at 5933 BroecMay. Preregistration deatfne was Saturday. Regietrafion cost is $20 toe day of toe race. For information, cal (210) 930-3148, (210) 3653701, cr (512) 472-3254. The Coots baht Guadalupe Rteer Bandi Softbal Tournament wl be played April 56 at Coma) Park in Ne* Braunfels. There wi be two classes: BC vtfh a six homerun Smit and D wito a one homerun Imil Entry fee is $100 per team. There vtfl be first-toroughtourtvpiaoepnzeeineach Avision and a MVP award in each division. The entry deadline is April 2 at 5 pin. For information cal 6095247 or (210) 372-1087. if iptn The Canyon Hgh School Project i3raduetfon Golf Tournament wi be I held April 12 at the Northgate . , 'Country Dub I A$50entry teewirduddc^rt green tee, range bals, soft drinks and lunch. The Rorida Scramble ai bagh at 830 am with a shotgun atari Check in lime ia 8 am Proas wl be awarded to toe toptvea teems, longest drive and closest to the pin. The dsadne to enter the touma-ment ie April 4. For Wormaiion, cal RancV Amsecua st 861-8241 or John Rhymer at 6205152. I The Lutoeran Brotherhood Catter Branch No. 8886 wl hold to •to annual go* tournament April 6 to banal toe Comal County Senior dons Cenisr expansion tend. The touwnan scramble wi tee off I 2 pm at Sentence Go# Course. The Entry tee is $35 per player and inductee green tees, cart, range bate, barbecue and prizes. The field vi be Smiled to 18 teams. For intormalion cal Royd W. Bal al 6250601, a Greg Gunderson at 6200131 On Deck Today Sntfhaun Wtoy JV al Canyon ---- 5pm SnMtwon NMtoy al Canyon    7pm Now Brauntofc JV at Judson 4 30pm Judaon al Naw Braunlaia ....    4pm Oat Valtoal Smahaon Vallay    7pm SrrMhaon VMay JV al Oat Vala (2) 5pm Hays al Canyon    ....---- 7pm Ooh Canyon baya al Bandera Boys Invitational ***--*----«---*8---M WpQnMCMy, RMfCn aw OOM Canyon JV boy* al SAHS Invilaaonal Thursday, March 27 Snahaon Vatoy JV al Hay*    Spin Smahaon Vatoy at Hay*     7pm Mattoon al Naw Braurtoto    4pm Canyon JV al Dal Val*   ____ .5 pm Canyon al Cal Vaia......... 7pm SmMhaon Vatoy a BaaUup .......7 p m Baaftop JV al Smahaon Vatoy (2)    5 pm Canyon al Oat toto ..........7pm New Brauntot* JV al Saturn (2) .....5 p m Ttomia Smahaon Vatoy a Hay* .........Bam TMI Smflhaon Vatoy boy* gala a Boama Malay* Canyon boy* gala a Boama Malaya . aa a- m rnoiy, md*Cfi pi Naw BraunMa JV a Mattoon 4 pm Ttosk Naw BraunMa gala a Round Mock Ralay* fhrturday. March 29 Smfhaon Vatoy aHaya ..........Bam (Btlu*j4au    'n! *tUDCMyi RMfCni MI Vatoy a Haya..........8 a rn State cham Photo by Pa Broaddus Ty ana Michatac praparaa to put a atata championship lift ovar bar head. Michalac was also namad Outstanding Lifter at Saturday s state meet in Houston Michalec takes state From Staff Reports Canyon Cougar powerfitter Tyana Michalec won her second-straight state championship Fnday at Hoflheinz Pavillion at the University of Houston by totaling 690 pounds in the 114-pound weight class. Tyana was also named Outstanding Lifter for the entire state high school meet that included 125 girls. Marci Allen barely missed being state champion in the 14K-pound class with a carcer best of 750 pounds. Mara ended in a tie for second which was only IO pounds away from first. Amber Heitkamp, Dorothy May and Jennifer Blanker ticker also did real well but did not place in the top five. Guts from Class A through C lass 5 A all compete together for the state championship in each weight class. In the boys state meet held Saturday at the same location, Mike Broaddus axled up seventh in the 220-pound class with a 1,340 pound total Marie Noble ended up ninth in the 198-pound class with a 1,205 pound total, and Stephen Brockman came in ninth in the 181-pound class with a 1,170 pound total. “All of tile lifters placed higher than their ranking going into the meet, and they all worked extremely hard and competed exceptionally well,*’ Canyon coach Dan Burk said. Spring training Twins I, Rangers 5 FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Minnesota took advantage of three errors in the eighth inning to score five unearned runs off World Series MVP John Wet-teland, and the Twins heat the Texas Rangers 6-5 Monday. Reserve third baseman Fernando Tatis threw a ground ball into right field, enabling Greg Myers to score the go-ahead run with two outs. Wetteiand gave up five hits in the inning. Chuck Knoblauch, who had four hits, led off with a single, shortstop Domingo Ccdeno threw a potential double-play ball into right field and Mike Simms dropped a routine fly ball in nght, loading the bases. Marty Cordova hit an RBI single, Scott Stahoviak ’n sacrifice fly made it 5-3 and run-scoring singles by Myers and Matt Lawton tied the score. Texas starter John Burkett allowed one run and seven hits in six innings and struck out seven. Mike Devcreaux hit a two-run homer for the Rangers and Ccdeno had three hits. Marlins 7, Astros 6 KISSIMMEE, Fla (AP) Jeff Conine’s RBI single off Ramon Garcia in the seventh inning Monday lifted the Florida Marlins to a 7-6 exhibition victory over the Houston Astros. Bobby Bonilla and Jim Eisenreich did most of the offensive damage for Florida. Bonilla had a two-run homer in the first inning off Astros starter Darryl Kile, and Eisenreich was 3-for-5 with two runs. Derek Bell put the Astros ahead 3-2 in the first with a three-run blast of Alex Fernandez. Kile surrendered three more runs in the third, when Luis Castillo singled, stole second and scored on Eisenrich's single. Bonilla drove home Gary Sheffield, and Eisenreich scored on Joe Orsulak’s single to left Houston closed to within 5-4 in the third on Sean Berry’s RBI single to left. Florida made it 5-5 in the fifth, when Eisenreich scored on Greg Zaun's grounder to the mound. Will You Outlive Your Retirement Income? You’ve worked hard and saved diligently during your lifetime. Now that you’ve retired, your life should be carefree, full of travel, and filled with leisure activities. But have you considered the possibility that your retirement savings may not sustain the retirement lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of? After all, no one has an endless supply of money. As the years go by and the expenses add up. your savings and investments may become depleted. What about the effects that taxes and inflation could have on your retirement savings? Along with taxes, inflation may continually erode the value of your investments and your purchasing power. Come to an educational workshop and learn how to: • Calculate (he cost of your retirement. • Understand various tax laws with regard to your investments • Invest for growth, income, and stability • Take a balanced approach lo investing and achieving your goals • Adjust your portfolio to keep pace with inflation    ». • Make informed decisions as to which investments hest suit your needs • Minimize your risk and maintain the potential for competitive returns • Prepare for a more comfortable and rewarding retirement lifestyle Simply by attending the workshop, you’ll receive a full-color, 20-page workbook on retirement investment strategics. This invaluable resource contains essential information, exercises, and questions that will help you assess your current situation and make sound financial decisions. Perhaps best of all — you’ll be eligible for the complimentary consultation offered to all workshop participants. Retirement Investment Strategies Bob Barber •• Financial Planner will be held on April 1st from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Treetops in New Braunfels. Reserve your seat and your full-color workbook today! Call (210) 609-6986 .Wurlliea utfond lh rough Intarttoinrtttoa, Im. 1718 (ap. ut Ta., Hwy., Auatln. TX 78744 (MOI 484-1711 - NASI! Im.. SUM. 4k R«gtal«r*4 l*«wiMMt Advtaur Arizona lodes for respect By EDME PELLS The Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — It started in the first round against South Alabama. continued against Kansas and will keep going when Arizona gets to Indianapolis for the Final Four. People expect the Wildcats to lose, even though their performance in the Southeast Regional repeatedly refuted their reputation as a tournament choker. Arizona coach Lute Olson credited junior guard Miles Simon, a three-year starter, ft* taking charge of team with not tine senior in the lineup. Simon finished with a career-high 30 points Sunday in a 96-92 overtinx* win over Providence. It sent the Wildcats into the Final Four to play North Carolina. “I think early in the season, Miks saw there weren’t going to be any seniors and decided to establish himself as a good positive leader.” Olson said. “Itk worked. This team is as together as any team I’ve ever been involved with.” And he^ been around a while. In his 24th year of coaching, Olson will make his fourth Final Four appearance. The first was with Iowa in 1980, the last three have come ova the last IO seasons at Arizona Still, it was toe reputation the Wildcats developed by losing in the fust round three times in this decade that made them a popular choice to fall to 13th-seeded South Alabama in the first round. The Jaguars held a 10-point lead with 7:31 left hut the Wildcats srarcd 17 straight points to win that game. The win over top-seeded Kansas showed they could compete with anyone. Olson figures another Final Four berth should get people to stop thinking about the past failures. Thomas still a Cowboy The Associated Press IRVING — The Dallas Cowboys aren’t taking any chances on Charles I laky Haley, who had Nick surgery' again last year, hasn’t decided whether he w ill play in 1997. so the Cowboys re-signed puss-rush specialist Broderick Thomas on Monday. "We had to have this guy," said coach Barry Switzer. "He was a priority for our staff. He can run people down from behind. 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