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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                6 O HeraldZeitung J Tuesday Sports Day 27 9 H e i i t u n cj To talk with Sports Tom Erickson about Day call 6259 WEvi 223 Readers can gsiv mail to w The Press Comal County Sports Events are fisted asmfcog to timeliness and as space allows CiHtyofi Middle School girls sports camp The Canyon Middte School girls coaches are offering a fourday sports camp which includes volleyball and basket ball June 912 Participants will be taught the fundamental skills of the two sports along with drills to prac tice them Only the first 50 incoming seventhgraders will be accepted Girls who plan to tryout for volleyball and basketball at the middle school are encouraged to attend The registration fee is For more information or to register call Joanne Flores or Kathy Mickey at 6257335 or Mr McElroyat6251295 Camp Tennis 1997 Camp Tennis 97 is set for June 26 and 913 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 conducted from to June 2 6 and 2327 For more information call 210 7323793 or 6066722 TLU 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 Saturday Registrations are accepted up to the start of the first day of each session For more information call 210 3728124 or 210 372 8081 Camp Thunderduck Registrations are now being taken at the Landa Recreation Center for Camp Thunderduck Enrollment will be accepted on a firstcome firstserved basis until all spaces are filled This popular program pro vides children ages 6 to 12 with a variety of funfilled activities Participants may register for up to three of the following ses sions June 213 June 1627 July 711 July 1425 and July 28 to Aug 8 All sessions will meet from 8 to 3 Monday through Friday The fee for each twor week session is The fee for session three which is one week is One half of the registration fee is due at time of registra tion Phone or mail reservations will not be accepted For more information call the recreation center at 6082167 Camp Thunderduck Senior The Parks and Recreation Department will be offering a fourday camp for youth ages 13 to 15 which will continue the Camp Thunderduck tradition of fun and excitement Camp Thunderduck Senior will be held from 8 to 3 June 30 to July 3 at the Landa Recreation Center The fee is per participant Registration is currently being accepted at the Landa Recreation Center on a first come firstserved basis and will continue until all spaces are filled For more information call the recreation center at 6082167 Sports Day Fisher Vollbrecht train for oneway relay Race is tuneup for the Advantage Texas Triathlon Special to the HeraldZeitung SAN ANTONIO Twenty runners from South Texas will make a oneway run from the airport Advantage RentACar to the capital in Austin on June 1 in preparation for the Advantage Texas Triathlon The unique oneway relay promotes both Advantage s OneWay rentals and kicks off a call for athletes for the Advantage Texas Triathlon on June 13 in Boerne The OneWay relay Team will feature athletes from Boerne New Braunfels Seguin Schertz San Marcos Selma and Del Rio passing the baton up the corridor to Austin a distance of more than 90 miles Local runners Diana Vollbrecht and Jeremy Fisher a winner at last weekends Schlitterbahn Three Parks run in the wheelchair division will be representing New Braunfels Vollbrecht has been running for 12 years and Fisher recently returned from competition in Australia and is a junior wheelchair road racer Both Diana Vollbrecht and Jeremy Fisher are athletes and we are glad they could both take part in the race organizer Bert Whitaker said Proceeds from the Advantage Texas Triathlon benefit Roy Maas Youth Alternatives The Meadowlands a longterm residential facility for more than 60 children who have been vic tims of abuse neglect or abandonment The triathlon is set for July 13 in Boerne with the onemile swim on a triangular course at Boerne Lake The mile run is partially off road from the lake into the Town Plaza of Boerne 1rom the second transition area racers then embark on a 21mile bike loop through the Hill Country and back to the Plaza The triathlon is sanctioned by USA Triathlon The event will also have a relay division for athletes of mixed abilities giving them the opportunity to race on the same team as able bodied athletes The signature team featuring Olympic gold medalist Josh Davis and Paralympic gold medalist Ross Davis will lead the way in the triathlon thanks to Warm Springs Rehabilitation System For information on either participating or vol call Whitaker at 210 8852178 Holiday fun HeraldZeitung photos by Michael Damall Memorial Day weekend signals the unofficial start of summer and it brings thousands of thrillseekers to the area each year Above and right a few of the many rafters on the Guadalupe River take in fun and sun Clemens gets ninth win at Rangers expense Blue Jays I Rangers 1 TORONTO AP Texas Rangers manager Johnny Gates has seen plen ty of Roger Clemens over the years Clemens still showed Gates something new 1 dont know if Ive seen him pitch Gates said Ive seen him throw better but pitching and throw ing are different He was up he was down he was out Im not positive but I thought I even saw one kitchen Clemens 90 became the majors Berkmans bat helps Owls get CWS berth LUBBOCK AP What a hoot The Rice Owls are in the College World Series for the first time It really hasnt sunk in Lance Berkman said Sunday after Rice beat Southwest Missouri State 256 to win the Central Regional When we real ize were going to Omaha it will be great Hopefully we can go there and make some The Owls especially Berkman made lots of noise in Lubbock Texas collecting 25 hits against SW Missouri State Berkman a Canyon High School graduate was 4tbr5 with two homers and four RBIs first ninegame winner with a four hitter over seven innings and the Toronto Blue Jays matched their sea son high in runs and hits with an 81 victory over the Rangers on Monday night Despite a blister on his pitching thumb that tore open in the second inning Clemens gave up one run struck out seven and walked four to lower his AL leading ERA to His 90 start is the second best in club history to Dennis Lamps 110 season in 1985 When it tore it actually felt Clemens said It wasnt a blood blis ter I already have new skin growing Up by eight runs after two innings Clemens said his concern was not getting too complacent You just cant wind up and throw even with that kind of he said Youve got to go right after The Blue Jays who have had trou ble scoring runs this season put up four in each of the first two innings Orlando Merced keyed a ninebat ter first inning with his fifth home run of the season and Ruben Sierra who went 3for3 singled in a run before Alex Gonzalez singled home two for a 40 lead Ed Sprague hit his ninth home run of the season a twoout tworun shot to left in the second and Sierra added a runscoring triple before coming home on shortstop Benji Gils field ing error for an 80 advantage That was nice to Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston said We havent had too many games this sea son when weve had that kind of early le d I think everybody enjoyed it I know Roger Bonds has a busy Memorial Day Giants Astros Giants slugger hits gamewinning homer SAN FRANCISCO AP One intentional walk wasnt enough to get around Barry Bonds Bonds capped a threehit perfor mance with a leadoff home run in the ninth inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the Houston Astros 43 Monday Hes the best hitter in baseball and he showed Houstons Jeff Bagwell said Its also why Bonds a threetime MVP has drawn a leagueleading 47 walks including an intentional pass in San Franciscos threerun second That paid off for the Astros when Jeff Kent struck out to end the inning The problem was the Astros could nt take the bat out of Bonds hands all the time While his singles in the first and seventh didnt do any dam age the Astros ran out of luck in ninth when Bonds drove a 10 offer ing from Jose Lima 03 into the rightfield bleachers for his eighth home run Hes such a good Lima said He saw two changes in a row and he hit the second one The second one was a strike and thats what he was looking San Francisco manager Dusty Baker said Bonds served notice in recent games that he was regaining his hitting form Hes been swinging the bat better and we just knew it was a matter of Baker said Nobody is better in those situations than Barry Bonds It was a great piece of Bonds patience was tested early this season by a steady diet of walks it feels good for me to finally help this team a little Giants outfielder Barry Bonds and junk pitches but lately hes been more selective Its been happening said Bonds who is batting 320 1650 over his last 15 games His threehit performance raised his overall aver age to 265 It feels good for me to finally help this team a little said Bonds Julian Tavarez 12 got the final out in the top of the ninth to pick up his first National League win Tavarez spent four seasons with Cleveland before he was traded to the Giants last November in the Matt Williams deal Golf Bulldogs finish in seventh From staff reports TULSA Okla Texas Lutheran mens golf team came home from the NAIA National Championships with a seventhplace finish last weekend The Bulldogs had rounds of 297 and 310 for a total Senior Jeff Lamp who was in sec ond place after the first round fin ished fifth with a total of 280 Lamp received AllAmerica hon ors for the third consecutive row by virtue of his placing in the top 15 He had rounds of 68 73 74 and 74 for a total of 289 Sophomore Phil Schmidt finished 10 strokes behind Lamp in 21st place Freshman David Burbidge was 51st at 306 and senior Randy Martinez was 84th at 317 Senior Adam Olson was 88th with a fourround total of 320 NBA Playoffs Miami takes Game 4 from Bulls MIAMI AP Miami coach Pat Riley says it is time for the NBA to reel in Chicagos Dennis Rodman I think its the most ridiculous thing to come along and we pander to Riley said after Mondays Game 4 when Rodman and the Meats Alonzo Mourning wrestled to the floor The league knows it and they let him get away with it He takes a half cheap shots a Zo vs the Worm played ii central role in the Heats K7KO victory Monday to avoid a Kastern Conference finals sweep Rodman and Mourning went to the floor with lull in the fourth quar ter while battling for the ball Hes out there trying to poke my eyes Rodman said I le got me in a hcadloek trying u hit me this and that Hes just a young kid He doesnt know how to play the game of Rodman wruse hair these days is rainbowhued hid nilly dressed in the locker room showers lor about 10 minutes before bHng escorted from the arena by a bodyguard Hewas razzed by Heat fans throughout the second half Replays showed Mourning tapping Rodman on the head before Riley separated the two players I had a real hard time getting them Riley said 1 had to get a knee in there I had to get my arms in there and they were saying everything to one Rodmans streak of tecrmicalfouls in every one of the Bulls playoff games continued when a double tech nical was called following the alter cation Mourning who scored 18 points and pulled down 14 rebounds had lit tle to say about it Its unfortunate we got tied Mourning said In that situation the referees made the right decision Im just glad it didnt affect the out come of the Rodman had 13 points and 11 rebounds   

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