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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeitung O Wednesday October 01B Sports Day fl To talk with Sports Editsr Tom Erickson about Sports Day call 6259144 Ext 223 Readers can send email to HZsports@aol.com H o r a I tl Z e i t u n g Sports Day 1B The Press Comal County Sports Events are listed according to timeliness and as space allows Canyon athletic boosters to meet on Monday The Canyon High School ath letic boosters will meet at 7 Monday in the school commons Come hear the coaches review Friday nights game and discuss upcoming opponents in football team ten nis volleyball and cross cdtin try Fly fishing classes offered this Saturday An introduction to fly fishing will be conducted Saturday at Rockin R River Rides near the Gruene Bridge Activities will include basic fly fishing tech niques how to cast and rig equipment and fly fishing opportunities in Texas The first class begins at 9 and the day will end at 5 Each class and activity is for each person participating Reservations can be made in person at Gruene Outfitters 1629 Hunter or by phone at 6254440 Proceeds from the event ben efit Friends For Rivers No equipment is needed for the classes but feel free to bring your own For more information call Ray Box or Stacy Lynn at 6254440 NB Little League girls fastpitch softball Registrations now are being accepted for the New Braunfels Little Leagues girls fastpitch softball fall ball program The league is open to girls ages 14 and under All games will be played at the Common Street fields Registration forms areavail able at Vivroux Sporting Goods For more information call Dennis Harborth at 6097912 or Jon Ellis at 6290294 Newcombe Tennis Ranch NB International Open The Second Annual New Braunfels International Open is scheduled for Oct 12 at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch Adults will compete in dou bles matches and junior will compete in singles matches Registration is per doubles team per members dou bles team and for juniors The deadline for registrations is Oct 9 Entry fees must accompany all entries and no telephone entries will be accepted Play is scheduled to begin at on Oct 12 For more information call Tom Brownhill at 6430404 NFL Gatorade Punt Pass and Kick competition The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor an NFL Gatorade Punt Pass and Kick competition on Oct 11 at Prince Solms Park The competition is free and open to boys and girls ages 8 to 15 Registrations will be accepted at through Oct 10 at the Landa Recreation Center or from 9 to Oct 11 at the competition site The competition will begin at 10 Each participant must provide a copy of his or her birth certificate or baptismal record at time of registration Cleats turf shoes may not be worn For more information call Geronlmo 5K run The third annual Geronimo 5K mile walk is sched uled for 8 Oct 11 at Navarro High School The early registration fee is per run ner Registration is on race day Proceeds from the race ben efit the Navarro High School cross country and track teams Turn to Press Box Page 2B Cougarettes win classic battle with Rebels Canyon improves to 51 in District 284A By TOM ERICKSON Sports Editor Second place in District 284A now belongs to the Canyon Cougarettes In what seemed like a playoff atmosphere Tuesday night in the Cougar Den Canyon outlasted Hays fora 152 H15 1510 victory The Cougarettes improved to 147 overall and 51 in district matches Hays 147 42 dropped to third place in District 284A Canyon came out strong in the first game taking a quick 50 lead on the serving of senior Becky Boehle The Cougarettes increased their lead to 80 before the Rebels could score their first point Canyon upped its lead to 91 before putting the game away with a fivepoint run CHS coach Donna Boehle said the firstgame rout was no accident That was just good play on the part of our Boehle said Our offense really fired off the digs of Amie Barranco and Becky Boehle in the first Barranco Becky Boehle and Tiffany Weidner each had eight digs in the match Hays took a quick 60 lead in the second game and held a 93 lead before the Cougarettes rallied to tie things up at 99 The Rebels quickly regained the lead at 109 but Canyon got a kill from Courtney Beach to tie the game a second time at 10 all But Hays rallied again outscbring Canyon 51 in the remainder of the game Donna Boehle said the Cougarettes recovered well and came out stronger in the third game We didnt serve as well in the sec ond game but I was happy with the teamwork in the third she said Im glad we pulled together so well and got good digs and The Cougarettes quickly built an 8 1 lead in the third game before the Rebels could regain control on offense When Hays did get things going again it made things interesting The Rebels rallied to within a point at 87 but Canyon on key plays from Beach5nd Mandy Freeman roared back fora 148 advantage Hays cut the Canyon lead to 1410 but had its rally cut short by the aggressive play of the Cougarettes 1 thought we really played well Rangers Unicorns get district victories Smithson Valley maintains onegame lead in 284A NBHS now 42 in 265A From staff reports SMITHSON VALLEY was more of the same for the Ranger volleyball team on Tuesday Smithson Valley swept Del Valle 159 1512 and improved to 60 in District 284A and 19 9 overall The Rangers still lead Canyon by one game in the 284A stand ings and are now two full games up on Hays Christy Ballman led Smithson Valley with 21 assists and tied with Amber Steubing for the lead in digs with six Tiffany McCoy paced the Rangers attack with nine kills Steubing was Smithson Valleys top player at the net recording two blocks As a team the Rangers hit on 87 percent of their serves The Rangers not only stayed unbeaten in district play but also extended their current winning streak to seven matches Smithson Valleys last loss came in September at the Austin ISD tournament This current streak began with a victory on Sept 9 against Madison The Rangers will play at Gonzales on Friday New Braunfels sweeps Seguin The Unicorns also kept their own winning streak alive Tuesday after posting a 3 win against Seguin New Braunfels 159 overall 42 in District 265A won its fourth consecutive match after getting off to an 02 start in Volleyball Tuesdays Matches District 265A New Braunfels def Seguin Judson def Madison Lee def Roosevelt Churchlfl def MacArthur District Smithson Valley def Del Valle Canyon def Hays NonDistrict Marion def Natalia league play Kellye Rogers and Yvette Villanueva shared the team lead in kills with four each Villanueva also led the Unicorns in digs six and aces Jessica Barney helped set up the hitters with a teamhigh nine assists Whitney Garvens led the defense with two blocks Seguin was led by Angie Magin who had seven kills Andrea Franzen had four digs and DeLaine De La Garza led the Matadors 213 06 with six assists In other District 265A match es on Tuesday Judson beat Madison 156 1715 Lee defeated Roosevelt 157 1510 and Churchill outlasted MacArthur 1513 915 155 The Rockets Volunteers and Chargers remained tied for first place with 51 district records New Braunfels will home Friday to face the Chargers The varsity match is set for HeraldZeitung photo by Michael Darnall Smithson Valley sophomore Rita Olfers celebrates a victory in the Rangers District 284A match with Del Valle on Tuesday Marlins rally to beat Giants in series opener Marlins Giants MIAMI AP The first postsea son game in Florida Marlins history went down to the last pitch Edgar Renterias twoout bases loaded single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Florida a 21 victo ry over the San Francisco Giants in the opening game of their bestof5 NL division series Tuesday The score was tied at 1 when Jeff Conine the only Marlins starter who has been with the team since its first game in 1993 began the ninth with a single against Julian Tavarez Charles Johnson was hit by a pitch attempting to bunt After Roberto Hernandez relieved Tavarez Craig Counsell advanced both runners with a twostrike sacri I Yankees top Tribe Page 28 fice and Jim Eisenreich was inten tionally walked to load the bases Devon White grounded into a forceout at the plate before Renteria singled to the opposite field on a 21 pitch It was the Marlins 25th win in their final atbat most in the majors Kevin Brown and Kirk Rueter dueled for six scoreless innings then departed after seven with game 1all Both starters benefited from acrobat ic defensive plays Dennis Cook pitched two perfect innings to earn the win for the wild card Marlins Tavarez took the loss for the West champions Bill Mueller led off the top of the Turn to Playoffs and its good to know well stay in second Boehle said Courtney and Mandy had some great hits tonight and Tiffany was nothing short of Weidner had a seasonhigh 24 kills in the match but Boehle was quick to note how most of them came off strong plays from teammates That was a big game for Tiffany but also for the whole she said They really worked together well tonight especially on their digs and sets I also thought Kylie Adams really had an intelligent match for us with 36 Baseball Braves take Game 1 by just one run Braves ATLANTA AP It was a game fitting of the playoffs tight well pitched and could have changed on one play Of course what else would you expect from the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros What else would you expect from Greg Maddux and Darryl Kile Maddux criticized for pulling himself out of a lateseason game pitched a sevenhitter and Atlanta defeated Kile and the Astros 21 in Game 1 of the NL division series Tuesday afternoon Houston playing in the postseason for the first time since 1986 has stayed close to the Braves all year The 11 regularseason games eadi were decided by one or two runs with Atlanta winning seven Tuesday was more of the same The Braves making an unprecedent ed sixth straight postseason appear ance had only two hits against Kile and two relievers none after the first pitch in the second inning but both led to runs Theyve been on our butts the whole said John Smoltz wholl be the starter when the best of5 series shifts to the Astrodome on Friday Its not going to be easy get ting to the league championship But others in the Braves clubhouse were supremely confident of beating the Astros now that the first victory is out of the way Maybe we have a psychological edge winning so many close ones against said Ryan Klesko whose secondinning homer provid ed the winning margin Theyve got to be shaking their I think its going added catcher Eddie Perez more busi nesslike than boasting Two hits were enough with Maddux on the mound especially in a day game He was 100 with a ERA in daytime starts during the season Working on eight days rest the fourtime Cy Young Award winner limited the Astros to seven singles and shut down the top three hitters in Houstons order Craig Biggio Bell Turn to Astros Page 2B Walker leads Bears to eighthplace tournament finish From staff reports ST LOUIS The Baylor mens golf team finished eighth in the Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate tournament which ended on Monday Leading the way for the Bears was freshman Jirnmy Walker a 1997 Canyon High School graduate Walker tied for sixth at the three round event with a total of 214 Walkers performance dropped his average to after just two college tournaments Sophomore Aaron Pellegrom tied for 23rd with a low round of 70 on Monday Arizona won the tournament with a team total of 858 Chris Thompson of Kansas and Derek Gillespie of Arizona tied for first in the individ ual standings with threeround totals of 210 The Baylor men are off until Oct 1314 Canyon JV 6 Lockhart 0 LOCKHART The Cougar junior varsity football team won its first district game and evened its record at 22 with a 60 win last week against the Lions The Cougar defense got its second shutout of the year with a strong game from Chip Adams Gilbert Allejos Josh Graham and Jonathan Proctor The defense had a goal line stand in the second quarter Canyon also forced three Lockhart turnovers at crucial points in the game After a scoreless first half the Cougar offense took the opening kickoff in the second half and went on a sevenminute drive Joseph Barrientes ended the long drive with a 1yard touchdown Good runs were made on the drive by Barrientes Allejos Graham and Steven Ramirez The offensive line was led by Mike Harper Jeriah Daughty and Gary Flora CHS 9th White 19 Lockhart 19 LOCKHART The Canyon freshman White team tied Lockhart last week 1919 It marked the third time in the last four games between the two schools that a freshman game ended in a tie The Cougars got off to a fast start in the first quarter as quarterback Ryan Mechler found Brian Morgan for a 12yard touchdown pass Canyon scored again on its next possession this time on a 52yard pass from Wes Michalec to Garrett Burnell Canyon led 196 in the third quarter after Eliazar Bermea scored on a 3yard run and Wes Zunker kicked the extra point The Lions then rallied to tie the game Offensive standouts for the Cougars were Chad Dugie Jay Brooks Evan Mathis Aaron Watts Beau Dawkins and Olivera The Cougars got a boost on defense from Jason Swint Danny Torres Victor Gutierrez and Kyle Heitkamp Canyon will play its first home game of the season on Thursday against Gonzales Wimberley 21 CHS 9th Red 6 Canyons freshman Red team lost to Wimberley 216 last week at Cougar Stadium Scott Schneider scored the lone touchdown Sports Briefs for the Cougars on a 4yard run in the fourth quarter Offensive standouts for the Cougars were Brandon Moeller David Hinojosa Sean Steel and Patrick Walker The Cougars were led on defense by Chris Rhodes John Wommack Thomas Keresztury and Jon Singley The Red team will face Gonzales at Thursday at Cougar Stadium Junior League Bowling will begin Saturday at Mission Valley Club Junior League Bowling begins Saturday at the Mission Valley Bowling Club The league is open to bowlers ages 6 to 15 Those who are interested in participating should come by the club at the corner of Farm ToMarket 1863 and State Highway 46 before Saturday For more information call 6290028 or 629 4577   

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