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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                2B O HeraldZeltung O Friday May ThePress Comal County Sports The tournament will use a flighted strokeplay format Entry fee is For more information call 6293817 or 6092595 Schlftterbahn three Parks Run is May 24 The Schlitterbahn Three Parks RunWalkMileKids Races and Auction benefiting Habitat for Humanity are set for 8 May 24 in downtown New Braunfels This years event features a new course onemile run 5K miles run and awards cer emony inside the Schlitterbahn Waterpark Race flyers are available at McKenna Memorial Hospital McKenna Rehabilitation Network Sams Cleaners HE B New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Schlitterbahn Resort office and radio A special registration table will be set up at the lobby in McKenna Memorial Hospital from 11 to 2 Saturday and Sunday Registration and packet pick up will be from 11 to 4 May 17 and 18 at McKenna Rehabilitation Network in New Braunfels Packet pickup continues the following week from 7 to 6 at McKenna Rehabilitation Runners may also register by mail until May 16 For more information call Susan Phillips race director at 6095030 or send email to 75013.320@compuserve.com Sundance Golf Course LeftHanders tourney Golf Course will sponsor a LeftHanders tourna ment at on May 24 The tournament will use a flighted strokeplay format Entry fee is For more information call 6293817 Smithson Valley HS CamtiPfehriis 1997 is set for June2 to 6 and 9 to 13 at Smithson Valley High School Sessions will run from 9 to noon each day The camp is open to girls and boys in grades six seven and eight For more information call Keith Brown at 210 499 4920 Guadalupe Soccer Academy Summer Camp The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will sponsor the Guadalupe Soccer Academy Summer Camp in June at the HEB Soccer Complex Camps will be held from to June 2 to 6 9 to to 20 and 23 to 27 For more information call 210 7323793 or 6066722 TLU 1997 Baseball Camp Texas Lutheran Universitys 1997 Baseball Camp will have three sessions in June The camp is open to players ages 7 to 18 and is held on campus at Mark Isbel Field The cost for the camp is A nonrefundable deposit required to reserve a space in the camp is due by May 31 Registrations are accepted up to the start of the first day of each session For more information call or 8081 TransAmerican Junior Golf Championships The second annual Trans American Junior Golf Championships will be played June 3 to 5 at the Jimmy Clay Golf Course in Austin Junior players who would like to participate should call Richard Arzola at 512 440 8011 Gotum Gone to lead post parade Horse was named AQHA Supreme Champion in 1995 From staff reports SELMA A decathlete is admired in the track and field arena for an extraordinary ability to run throw jump and vault Most athletes are not ver satile or athletic enough to excel in several events Today fans at Retama Park will get to see Gotum Gone an American Quarter Horse all around athlete lead the racetracks opening post parade The 8yearold son 6f world champion race horse Dash For Cash was named an AQHA Supreme Champion in 1995 for his exceptional versatility Gotum Gone competed in 21 raced on the track before taking his skills to the performance arena There he was successful in halter reining head ing and heeling He competed in about 50 shows across Texas and New Mexico Catherine Carr McHorse of Corpus Christi owns the horse Gotum Gone was the first horse to earn the award in 16 years Of the more than million registered American Quarter Horses only 45 are Supreme Champions Gotum Gone is one of only two geld ings to be named Supreme Champion Five mares have earned the award and stallions make up the other 38 recipients Retama Parks mixed meet runs from May 9 to July 6 Live racing will begin at Thursdays through Saturdays and post time is at 2 on Sundays Among the tracks stakes are the Kansas FuturityGl on May 26 the Kansas DerbyGl on May 31 the Retama Park FuturityGl on July 4 and the Retama Park DerbyG2 on July 6 Retama From Page 1B Sunday is Family Day with a kids area sponsored by KENSTV Clowns face painters a balloon artist pony rides a petting zoo vari ous mascots including the Spurs Coyote and boxer Jesse James Leija will be present Retama will offer a special brunch in honor of Mothers Day The first race post time is on Friday and Saturday and 2 Sunday Live televised racing continues every day from tracks around the country Gates open at Scoreboard Golf Sundance Golf Course Aces Bill Blunt April 24 Hole 127 yards 7 iron Dick Hendricks May 2 Hole 139 yards 7 iron second holeinone R Watson May 4 Hole 129 yards 8 iron Track UIL State Track and Field Championships at Memorial Stadium and Clark Field Austin Todays Events 9 4A boys long jump Brad Triesch Smithson Valley HS 4A boys triple jump Triesch SVHS 5A girls long jump Kendra Reimer New Braunfels HS 4A girls 100meter dash Michelle Moore Smithson Valley HS Saturdays Events 5A girls 100meter hurdles Reimer NBHS 5A girls 800meter relay Emily Cohle Jodi Anderson Nola Muir Liz Grow New Braunfels HS 5A girls 400meter dash Grow NBHS 5A girls 300meter hurdles Reimer NBHS 5A girls relay Jodi Slaughter Anderson Reimer Grow NBHS Baseball American League At A Glance All Times CDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pet GB Baltimore 22 9 710 New York 19 15 559 Toronto 16 15 516 6 Boston 15 17 469 Detroit 13 20 394 10 Central Division W L Pet GB Milwaukee 15 14 517 Cleveland 16 15 516 Kansas City 16 15 516 Minnesota 14 20 412 Chicago 11 19 367 West Division W L Pet GB Seattle 19 13 594 Texas 16 14 533 2 Anaheim 14 16 467 4 Oakland 15 19 441 5 Wednesdays Games Milwaukee 1 Oakland 0 Seattle at Chicago White Sox rain Cleveland 7 Toronto 1 Detroit 12 Kansas City 3 Boston 11 Minnesota 3 Baltimore 3 Anaheim 0 Yankees 5 Texas 2 Thursdays Games Kansas City 4 Detroit 0 Toronto 4 Cleveland 3 Yankees 5 Texas 4 Minnesota 10 Boston 7 Baltimore 13 Seattle 3 Chicago White Sox 10 Oakland 6 Only games scheduled Fridays Games Cleveland Nagy 42 at Detroit Sager Texas Win 50 at Boston Wasdin 0 Kansas City Rusch 22 at Yankees Rogers Seattle Moyer 10 at Baltimore Coppinger Anaheim Hasegawa 11 at Milwaukee Eldred Toronto Hentgen 21 at Minnesota Rodriguez Oakland Prieto 22 at Chicago White Sox Navarro Saturdays Games Cleveland Colon 01 at Detroit Olivares Texas Alberro 00 at Boston Hammond Kansas City Appier 41 at Yankees Mendoza Seattle Fassero 41 at Baltimore Kamieniecki Rangers Anaheim Dlckson 51 at Milwaukee Kari Oakland Telgheder 02 at Chicago White Sox Drabek Toronto Clemens 50 at Minnesota Aldred Sundays Games Cleveland at Detroit Texas at Boston Kansas City at Yankees Seattle at Baltimore Anaheim at Milwaukee Oakland at Chicago White Sox Toronto at Minnesota National League Glance All Times CDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pet GB Atlanta 23 10 697 Montreal 17 14 548 5 Florida 18 15 545 5 New York 16 18 471 Philadelphia 10 22 313 Central Division W L Pet GB Houston 19 15 559 Pittsburgh 18 15 545 St Louis 16 17 485 Cincinnati 10 22 313 8 Chicago 9 23 281 9 West Division W L GB Colorado 21 11 656 San Francisco 1912 613 Los Angeles 18 13 581 San Diego 12 19 387 Wednesdays Games Montreal 19 San Francisco 3 Atlanta 3 Florida innings Mets 4 Houston 1 St Louis 14 Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 14 Colorado 3 Los Angeles 4 Cincinnati 2 San Diego 6 Chicago Cubs 3 Thursdays Games Houston 4 Mets 2 St Louis 6 Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 10 Colorado 8 Chicago Cubs 6 San Diego 2 Atlanta 5 Florida 1 Only games scheduled Fridays Games Colorado Bailey 41 at Philadelphia Madura Houston Kile 22 at Florida Brown Atlanta Wade 11 at Pittsburgh Cordova Mets Clark 32 at St Louis Stottlemyre Montreal Hermanson 12 at Los Angeles Valdes Cincinnati Smiley 25 at San Diego Worrell Chicago Cubs Trachsel 14 at San Francisco VanLandingham Saturdays Games Chicago Cubs Telemaco 01 at San Francisco Rueter Colorado Ritz 34 at Philadelphia Houston Holt 33 at Florida Helling Atlanta Neagle 50 at Pittsburgh Lieber Mets BJones 52 at St Louis Montreal Bulllnger 24 at Los Angeles Park Cincinnati Morgan 03 at San Diego Hitchcock Sundays Games Houston at Florida Colorado at Philadelphia Atlanta at Pittsburgh Mets at St Louis Montreal at Los Angeles Cincinnati at San Diego Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Basketball NBA Playoff Glance DayByDay By The Associated Press All Times CDT SECOND ROUND Bestof7 Sunday May 4 Utah 93 Lakers 77 Monday May 5 Houston 112 Seattle 102 Tuesday May 6 Chicago 100 Atlanta 97 Utah 103 LA Lakers 101 Wednesday May 7 New York 88 Miami 79 New York leads series Seattle 106 Houston 101 series tied 11 Thursday May 8 Atlanta 103 Chicago 95 series tied 11 Lakers 104 Utah 84 Utah leads series 21 Friday May 9 New York at Miami 7 Houston at Seattle Saturday May 10 Chicago at Atlanta noon Utah at Lakers Sunday May 11 Miami at New York Houston at Seattle 2 Chicago at Atlanta Monday May 12 Miami at New York 7 Lakers at Utah Tuesday May 13 Atlanta at Chicago TBA Stattle at Houston TBA Wednesday May 14 New York at Miami 7 if necessary Utah at Lakers TBA if necessary Thursday May 15 Chicago at Atlanta TBA if necessary Houston at Seattle TBA if necessary Friday May 16 Miami at New York 7 if necessary Saturday May 17 Seattle at Houston TBA if necessary Lakers at Utah TBA if necessary Sunday May 18 New York at Miami TBA if necessary Atlanta at Chicago TBA if necessary Hockey National Hockey League Playoff Glance DayByDay By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Bestof7 Friday May 2 New Jersey 2 Rangers 0 V Detroit 2 Anaheim Colorado 5 Edmonton 1 Saturday May 3 Philadelphia 5 Buffalo 3 Sunday May 4 Rangers 2 New Jersey 0 Detroit 3 Anaheim 2 SOT Colorado 4 Edmonton 1 Monday May 5 Philadelphia 2 Buffalo 1 Tuesday May 6 Rangers 3 New Jersey 2 Detroit 5 Anaheim 3 Wednesday May 7 Philadelphia 4 Buffalo 1 Philadelphia leads series 30 Edmonton 4 Colorado 3 Colorado leads series 21 Thursday May 8 Rangers 3 New Jersey 0 New York leads series 31 Detroit 3 Anaheim 2 2OT Detroit wins series 40 Friday May 9 Buffalo at Philadelphia Colorado at Edmonton Sunday May 11 Rangers at New Jersey 1 Philadelphia at Buffalo 1 if neces sary Monday May 12 Edmonton at Colorado Tuesday May 13 New Jersey at Rangers if necessary Buffalo at Philadelphia if nec essary Colorado at Edmonton if nec essary Thursday May 15 Rangers at New Jersey if necessary Philadelphia at Buffalo if nec essary Edmonton at Colorado if nec essary Rockets From Page 1B He threw me a couple of fastballs away two fastballs up and the last one on the inside Gonzalez said He threw rne good pitches and gave me nothing good to Pettitte took a fourhitter and 41 lead into the eighth inning before the Rangers rallied on Rodriguezs RBI single and after Rivera relieved an RBI double by Will Clark Charlie Hayes homered in the New York eighth for a 53 lead but again Texas came back Pinchhitter Lee Stevens blooped a double with one out and scored on Palmers single Eventually it came down to Rivera vs Gonzalez Bases loaded and the reigning AL MVP up there we had our Oates said Rivera threw 43 pitches but Torre said he wasnt worried I dont think he was getting tired because he threw as hard to Gonzalez as he was at the beginning of the Torre said New York beat Texas for the 14th time in their last 16 regularseason meetings at Yankee Stadium Darren Oliver 13 took the loss leaving Rangers starters 04 in the last 10 games Centex office us four fast value everyday Let us ship your packages via UPS 154 S Business IH35 next to Adobe Cafe 6293979 BADZOI 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE From Page 1B tined to win the Drexler said Our guys seemed a little rattled for a said Mario Elie 33 In winning Game 1 at Houston 112102 the Rockets hit 15 of 28 3 pointers They were 9for27 from behind the arc in Game 2 Elie and rookie Matt Maloney combined for 10 turnovers 13 points and 4for12 shooting When Seattle pulled away with a 318 run in the second quarter Houston coach Rudy Tomjanovich replaced Maloney with 35yearold Sedale Threatt Maloney had four turnovers in 22 minutes Karl used only seven players play ing Terry Cummings and David Wingate off the bench Shawn Kemp had 22 points and 15 rebounds while Hersey Hawkins added 21 points and had six of Seattles 15 steals Kemp played a monster Drexler said He was the AllStar point guard Gary Payton said Kemp is intimidating the Rockets I dont think Barkley wants to face him up and guard him because he knows hes going to get Payton said Payton has been struggling offen sively against the Rockets Hes NBA Playoffs Thursdays Games Atlanta 103 Chicago 95 Series tied 11 LA Lakers 104 Utah 84 Utah leads series 21 Tonights Games New York at Miami 7 TV TNT leads series 1 0 Houston at Seattle W TNT Series tied 11 Saturdays Games Chicago at Atlanta noon Utah at LA Lakers shooting 36 percent 13for36 for the series Not to worry said Payton who had nine assists Wednesday night when he played 47 minutes I can sacrifice my game for us to he said Ill just keep passing the Seattles victory at Houston was a surprise The Rockets beat the Sonics 11373 at Houston on April 13 and won the series opener convincingly Until Wednesday night the Sonics had gone 54 days without beating a winning team The Rockets believe theyll bounce back Game 3 will be Olajuwon said Astros Move From Page 1B He agreed to stay after Major League Baseball officials made it apparent he would have to give Houston another chance but told officials he wants ground broken for the project by this November While Lanier and Eckels dont want another ballpark referendum about twothirds of the 25 state repre sentatives from Harris County do Trie amendment by state Rep Sylvester Turner DHouston removes a clause exempting Harris County from a requirement that all cities and counties must hold referen dums before using the financing tools the bill provides Its simple the people should have Sports Briefs the right to vote Turner said What we approved in the stadium bill is different from what the people voted for in However the Chronicle said sever al state representatives who voted for the amendment to force another refer endum said privately that they hope it is removed in the Senate Even Turner predicted that the final bill likely will not be the same one the House passed Thursday State Sen John Whitmire D Houston said a major effort will be made to reinstate the exemption for Houston And he said he would work on get ting the hotel tax included though that one could be tough Zunker receives scholarship from Texas Lutheran SEGUIN The Stephen B and Mildred Cage scholarship at Texas Lutheran University has been award ed to Daniel Zunker of New Braunfels The scholarship is given annually to a junior or senior baseball player majoring in business Zunker is the starting third base man for the Bulldogs who won a share of the Heart of Texas Conference championship this sea son TLU will be in the HOTC tour nament this weekend in Austin Zunker is a graduate of Canyon High School Report Tech baseball team exceeds scholarship limit HOUSTON AP Texas Techs baseball team until last week ranked No 1 in the nation may have exceed ed the NCAAs scholarship limit the Houston Chronicle reported today Red Raiders coach Larry Hays told the Chronicle Thursday that a mathe matical error on his part resulted in Techs awarding two scholarships more than the NCAAmandated limit of a violation of NCAA rules The team is the schools third to come under NCAA scrutiny as the result of a potential rules violation The fact is that we have misfig ured some outofstate academic Hays said I regret that it happened and it was an honest mistake It bothers me that people think we tried to cheat but it is my program and it is my fault 1 should never have allowed this to he said Texas Techs Battle Carr may be NBAbound LUBBOCK AP Juniors Tony Battle and Cory Carr who formed one of the most imposing insideout side tandems in college basketball have announced that theyve applied for the NBA draft Battie a 611 center whos a near lock as a top 10 draftee seemed fident Thursday that hell move on Carr the Big 12s leading scorer at guard wouldnt confirm whether hed follow through C SEMIPRIVATEf Full Dining Every Friday Sunday Brunch Lunch Daily Retirees1 Special Mondays Cart Green Fee Hot Dog Chips Soda Prices subject to change without notice Tee Time Required 2 Golfers Per Cart Not Valid with Tournaments Proper attire required outings welcome Bft Located 10 Minutes South On At Exit 178 I fy   

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