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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2B □ Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, November 20, 1997 Monday Afternoon Ladle* Batty Paskau    196/508 Wanoa Renner    185/464 220/541 201/496 Allison Hendnfck Dorothy Adret Miller City TervPto Dean Mitchell Jerry Reed Wait Welding Tuesday Morning Betty Jo Sftterte Joyce Fraunhofer Swingtime Seniors Cart Hilliard William Epp Bob Minor Theresa Milton Esther Post Tuesday Nits Mixed George Lombardo Rob Talbot Clifford Chave/ Michael Harter Jom Billings Joy Finley Tuesday Ptnmasters Mike Franco Dale Blume Roy Faust Curt Thomas Walter Grier Ginny Olson Maria Leer once Heft ss Klatsch JoAnn McWhorter EMU 6 Chain Robert Scott Donald Stange Bill Smeal Brett Start/ Linda Simpson Dee Hahn Jeanette Wrtlard Darlene Wet/ Leading Ladles Nancy Howard Sandra Marcum Dana Ruhl Prtmetlmers Bob Br is sendee EMI Beaty Hay Donian Melba Kraft Juba Snyder Church League Ed Malay Jim Duvall Doc Lang wries Morse Carol Ann Avery Party Hardy 276/605 268/583 221/571 M 222/523 185/473 245/630 224/636 223/499 189/484 177/480 222/610 221/594 208/522 202/509 211/552 210/503 278/719 257/873 248/636 247/687 24Q/536 219/500 211/536 225/572 232/599 223/632 217/622 215/540 233/615 205/523 203/578 200/482 209/506 200/529 200/495 229/630 214/574 201/538 223/624 180/447 230/640 223/653 222/588 204/480 196/459 •'J, /, * * Baltimore 4 6 1 .406 220 241 Cincinnati 3 8 0 Wwt 273 164 283 Denver 9 2 0 816 324 164 Kansas City 8 3 0 .727 228 186 Seattte 6 5 0 545 250 258 Oakland 4 7 0 .364 275 282 San Diego 4 7 0 384 215 286 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East WLT Pet PF PA N Y. Giants 7 4 0 .836 211 200 Dallas 6 9 0 446 226 re Washington 6 5 0 548 217 186 Philadelphia 4 6 1 406 180 224 Arizona 2 9 0 Central .162 180 249 Green Bay 8 3 0 .727 271 217 Minnesota 8 3 0 727 253 236 Tampa Bay 8 3 0 727 236 179 Detroit 5 6 0 455 236 220 Chicago 1 10 0 West OBI 162 315 x-San Francisco 10 1 0 909 278 139 Carolina 5 6 0 455 185 214 New Orleans 4 7 0 364 151 225 Atlanta 3 8 0 273 216 292 St Louw 2 9 0 .182 192 265 Football National Football League Ar A Glance AH Times CST By The Associated Press AMFH CAN CONFERENCE East WLT Pct PF PA Miami    *7    4    0    636    236    199 NY Jeu    7    4    0    636    260    2’I New England    6    5    0    545    261    192 Buffalo    5    6    0    455    1 83    255 IrKfcsnopOfe    I    IO    0    091    195    296 Central jacksonville    8    3    0    727    279    211 Pittsburg/    8    3    0    727    261    203 Tennessee    5    6    0    455    226    214 x won division title Sunday's Games Arizona at Baltimore, noon Buffalo at Tennessee, noon Dalles at Green Bay, noon Indianapolis at Detroit, noon Miami at New England, noon Minnesota at New York Jets, noon New Orleans at Atlanta, noon Pittsburgh at Philadelphia noon Tampa Bay at Chicago, noon Carolina at St Lochs. 3pm Jacksonville at Cincinnati 3 pm Kansas City at Seattle. 3pm San Diego at San Francisco. 3 pm. New York Giants at Washington, 7 p m Monday s Game Oakland at Denver. 8 pm. Thursday. Nev 27 Chicago at Detroit 11 30 im Tennessee st De lies, 3 p.rn. Sunday Nov 30 Baltimore at Jacksonville, noon Cincinnati at Philadelphia, noon Indianapolis at New England noon New Orleans at Carolina, noon New York Jets at Buffalo noon St Louis at Waslxngton. noon San Francisco at Kansas City. noon Anama at Seams 3 p m. Miami at Oakland 3pm Pittsburgh al Arizona 3 p m. tampa Bay at New tor* Giants. 3 p m Denver st San Diego. 7 p m Monday. Dec I Green Bay at Minnesota. 8 pm Texas High School Football Playoff Pairings CLASS SA Division I Region I Regional EP Franklin (9-2) vs Odessa (8-3). 7 30 p rn Friday Ratliff Stadium Odessa Duncanville (IO 1) vs A/tm^on Martin (8-3) 6 3C p m Friday Texas Stadium. Irving Region H Regional Fffano East (8-3) vs Longview (11-0). 8 p m Saturday Texas Stadium Killeen Edison (11 0) vs jersey Village (7-4). 2pm Saturday Kyle Field NBA From Page IB their rccujJ •'lip to 5-6. I railing 7t>-64 midway through the third period the Nets outscored the < cities 203 to i»pen an 84-79 lead I’ltirwi was called tor two technicals and an ejection with I 21 left in the third atter Sam C jNsell had a steal and basket for an 82 79 lead76ers 97, Wizards 86 PHII ADPI PHIA (AP) Mien Iverson scored 2v points and the Philadelphia Triers picked up their first home victory and their first win against an I astern I onfercnce opp»>-nent by beating the Washington W i/.irds Wednesday night ( I armer Weatherspoon added lh points. Derrick Coleman had 13 points and 12 rebinds and Scott Williams I I rebounds tor the Suers, who wea- 04 at home and (>-5 against I astern teams learn cardiologist Dr I red Bove announced atter the game that C oleman will be sidelined tor at least two weeks because of an irregular heartbeat that will be treated with medicine The "tiers broke the game open with a 19-3 run in the second quarter to take a 49*35 halftime lead Philadelphia's reserves v.xnbincd tor Is points in tile second period led by su points each from Weatherspoon and I >oug OvertonHeat 122, Clipper* 113 MIAMI (AP) Hie Miami Heat s or cd a frafk h.*:-record 45 points in the f irst period Wednesday and went Class 5A Volleyball Pairings - WB -»)    '    ’    *«    *•>-!£ Amarillo Hfaffi OS-31    |Nw    BmWbte    £27*101 SOfVtlflfMi Msict) 7 pm Friday Bulgar Cantor ^■tpjnSMurtiy Bulgar Cantor I * iv & 8:15 pin. Friday Sugar Cantor Sugar Land Ctomanto PW* Region M 2). Friday. 8 p.m., Robstown CLASS 4A  DMMontl Connactfcut 60, Rhode Island 67 Dumas (10-0) vs. Andrews (8-3), 2 p m. Saturday Lowrsy Ffed. Lubbock Staphsnvffta (8-3) vs. Dsniaon (11-0), I p m. Saturdays Amort Csrlar Stadium. Fort Worth Borger (7-3) vs. bwokMMr (11-0), 7:30 p m. Friday Lowrsy Flaw, Lubbock Graham (7-4) va Springtown (10-1), 7 p.m. Saturday, Memorial StacSum, Wichita Fobs Hsglon a Area Highland Mill (10-1) vs. GraonviMe (8-3), 730 pm Friday Mesquite Mentone! Waxahachie (IO-1) vs. Mount Pleasant (8-8), 7:30 p m. Friday Graton) WWiams Stadium Soutotok* Carrol (7-4) vs. Tams (11-0), • p.m. Saturday now lb w 11 Pennington Reid Ennis (8-2) vs. Kilgore (10-1), 2 p.m. Saturday Pslastins MmrM91. La Sue 84 Bashatoal Opportun SS, Iowa St 78 New Jersey Orlando Now MMI Chrotta Chicago I WhBahouoa (9-2) vs. LC-MauricoMSs (8-2). Saturday 6 p.m., Nacogdoches, Homer Bryce Stadium Houston Forest Brook (8-3) va. Sweeny (8-9, 7:30 p.m. Friday Sugar Land Msroor toMueMkuMk m OM tan UUaat ^refine 04^(6 orOwnSOOFO (8*3) VB. WWI VAafyroviK (11-0), I p m. Saturday, HuntsvNa Bowers Friendswood (10-1) vs. La Marque (80), 8 p.m.. Friday Tuffy Stadium, Houston Detroit toronto^ Utah Nbnccuwr Houston Houston Lamar (10-1) va. Katy (10-1), 830 pm, Friday, Astrodome Aldine Eisenhower (9-2) va. GaTiaston Ban (7-4). 7 30 p m. Frtdey. Pasadena Memorial I Bf Austin Crockett (8-3) vs San Arsono TMI (4-6). Friday 7 30 p rn. Burger Center, Austtn Corpus Christi Carrot (8-5) vs. Weslaco (8-3). 7 30 p rn Friday. Weslaco Division ■ Rsgion I Area EP (nun (8-3) vs AmarBo (8-2), 2 pm Saturday. Sun Bowl. El Paso Flower Mound Marcus (9-2) vs. HaBom (11- 0). 1 p rn , Saturday, Cotton Bowl EP Socorro (9-2) vs Abrine Cooper (101), 830 p m Friday. Socorro Student Activities Center El Paso South Grand Prairie (9-2) vs Arlington Lamer (10-1), 7 30 pm Friday. Ownby Stadium. Dallas Region N Area Richardson Lake Highlands (8-2) vs. Tyler Lee (7-4). 4 30 p rn . Saturday, Tease Stadium Waco (7-4) vt Langham Creek (8-1). 2pm Saturday Viking Stadium, Bryon Garland (10-1) vt Tyler John Tytar (9 2) 1 p rn Saturday Texas Stadium Temple (8 5) vt Cyprees Fait (9-2). 7 30 p rn Friday Kyle Field Texas AAM Region IN Area Houston Madison (10-1) vt Mayo# Creek (9-1). 6 pm Friday Astrodome Beaumont Wear Brook <9-2) vt Pasadena □ode (10-1). 8pm Saturday Astrodome Houston Westbury (5-6) vt Ake/ Hastings Houston Cypress CWH psi), (10-1), 6 p.m. Tfiuraday, Astrodome Baytown Lea (10-1) vs. Brazoewood (7-4), 830 pm Thursday Aslradoms TS" SA Met riiQto (8-2) vs. San Antonio Brackenridge (83). Saturday. 2 p.m.. Alamo Stadium, San Antonio Victoria (IOO) vs. Brownsville Rivera (83), Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Atame Stadium, San Antonio Now Braunfels (181) rn SA East Central (82), Friday 7:30 para, Now Braunfels Laredo Ninon (11-0) VA Harlingen (181). Friday, 8 p.m.. I aedegi ma. Bny||M|W| Wk (181), Friday 7:30 pjiv, SmWieon VWtoy Alamo Haights (82) vs. CC CsisSsn (11-0), Friday 7:30 p.m.. Catalan Austin Lanier (82) vs. Bastrop (82). Friday 7:30 pun., Meteor Field. Austin Pleasanton (82) vs. Edoouch-ENa (11-0), Friday, 0 p.m.. Corpus Christ Ttaooo-Mkfcmy LA Lakers Canyon Randal (83) vs. Big Spring (83). 7 30 p m Friday Jonaft Stadkjm. Lubbock Brownwood (82) va Sherman (0-3). 1 p m Saturday Mavsrick Stadium, Aitngton Rsgjan ■ By Thai EAST Boston Coriegs 71, Florida Alantic 53 Dartmotari 50. Army 44 Qaorga WWNigton 74. American U. 47 Hartford 78. Holy Cross 77. CT nasn siAai    tam ntovtoU f A, regto nre^WV Ore    8 Lsriayeos 60, Columbia SB SOUTH Co8. of Charfsaton 81. Chartsston Southern 64 Georgia St 73. Loyola. ta SO Mtaetotappi BO, tnuwtana Tach 56 North Carolina 04. Richmond 08 SE Louisiana 86. Centenary 74 Tam assn 78. M.C. AahevBa 88 Tisane 67, /achoke St 88 I, WWam A Maiy 48 Grapevine (83) vo. Us sip tai Potato (83). 9:30 p m Friday. Toksb Stadium Corsicana (82) vs. Dmss High (4-7), 2 p.m.. Saturday. Mesquite Memorial Region ■ 81 77. Jacksonville (11-0) vs. Nederland (10-1). 7 p rn. Saturday Huntsville Bowers Clear Brook (181) vs Texas City (181). 2 p m Saturday Sugar Land Mercer i IV Waco Midway (181) vs. Hays Consolidated (7-4) Saturday, 8 pm, Floyd Casey Stadium Waco Schertz Semens (11-0) vs Los Fresnos (8 Murray Si 70. Dayton 88 Nebraska OO, W. Wrote 87 Ohio St 73, Kant 87 Xavier 96, 'Modo 78_ SOUTHWEST Stephen F Austin 72, N. Arizona 70 PAR WEST New Mexico BO. New Mexico St 78 TOURNAMENTS BAIT rrgggggovi hii First Round Cincinnati 78. Defroft 86 Kansas 78. W. Kentucky 82 Al Times CST By The Asaodsoari Press EASTERN CONFERENCE ruirbkn nBRflBV UIVIBMI WL    Pct 7    3    .700 6    3    .887 7    4    .836 6    4    .800 5    6    .466 4    7    .364 3    6    .333 Central Division ii    o    lino 6    3    .887 6    4    .800 6    4    OOO 45    .444 4    6 4    7    .364 19 .IOO WESTERN CONFERENCE «    -    -a    Ski.    J-:-- Midwest Division WL    Pet 7    3    .700 6    3    .667 SS .500 5    6    466 48    .444 3    7    .300 0    9    OOO Radio Division 9    0    1.000 6    2 7    3 7    3 3    7 1    10 0    9 Tuesday's Games Boston 122. Tbronto 109 ” Orlando 112, LA Cappers 94 manta 98, Wbshinglon 89, GT Houston 96, New MMI 94 Mbwaufcea 87, Dakoit 79 Vancouver IOO. Denver 87 LA Lakers 97, Utah 92 Manasota IOO. Phoenix 90 Sacramento 102, Ds6as 95 Wednesday's Games Late Games Not Included Miami 122. LA Clippers 113 Now Jersey IOO. Boston IOO Charlotte 106, Portland 92 twn i-t-k.:- rye »«« Simi ifenxi • ^HoOtopnS wi| SRrenifiyOn OD San Antonio WB, GoMsn State 87 Orlando 96. Cleveland 93 OT Vbnoouvor to Seattle, (n) Minnesota to LA. Lakers, (n) Thursday's Gamas Now MMt to Atlanta, 6:30 p m Portland at Detroit. 6 JO p rn Indiana to MHwoukee, 7 30 p m Golden State at Delias 7 30 p m. Toronto to Houston. 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Phoenix. 8 p m Utah to Sacramento. 930 pm . Friday's Games New YM( to Washington, 6 30 p m Miami to Charlotte 6:30 p.m. New Jersey to Boston, 7 p m Clavstand to Manasota. 7 p m San Antonio at Seattle, 9 pm. Denver to Vancouver, 9 p m Chicago to LA. Cuppers. 930 p m DB 1/2 1/2 1 21/2 31/2 31/2 4’ 41/2 41/2 444    6 400    61/2 7 9 1/2 GB 1/2 2 21/2 21/2 4 61/2 780    21/2 700    21/2 700    21/2 300    81/2 LA CNppsrs Golden State OOI OOOJordan expected to play Friday Bobcats ■I TPI I AUSTIN AP Here is the wee*'* Wang i spud an comp***: by fox Porks end Winnie DepaiV'eii kjt Nov 20 CENTRAL BASTROP Wait* .tear 62 degree* exam Oak* lo 5 pound* ait- 'an on CaroOna nggeC worm* and ort anim Dais Dapper ant ta* ic ■judo on minnow* and ,<gs Hhad rn 25 roto JI watt* Catfish ate *n* BELTON Waler clear mw neck base to 3 pounds Ae stow on vpmnart enc crank bees wit Mire action on jig N-Pigs Whee bees aru by tx xi* mn ta* to good on <aebe and jig yng spoons Crappie ere fee on minnows end Tte-Fkes Cattish ate slow BROWNWOOD Waler deer. normal level biaa bees to 4 pounds ere wow to tax on jigs and cran* baits Hyond stripers ere fee to good on kve ben and spoons Crappy ere slow on minnows ana :*gs Channel cotton are Ne on iud ax) lewis baned witn sriump end worms BUCHANAN Water (bely dear. 54 degree* black bess are ta* to good on J^-N | Pig compo* and on worms Saned et 10 to 16 tow Awater Striped bess ere good en rive bari Wried in deep wats?' Whee bess ere stow to ta* on ma bart end siab« fished around Genes iHard Crappie we good on Sea minnow* kefi*«j w'jure) crapper barges CtoBah ara tdow FAYETTE /Val* barfy dear black bu** to 6 pounds ere good on eve i dog* ana an tup waters ana crank to turn! the Los Angeles Clippers their seventh consecutive loss. 122- [ J (    -    *««-»    rn lim Hardaway had a season-high 53 points in 31 minutes tor Miami, and Isaac Austin tied a career-high with 26 points against the NBAs second worst defense I around Murray scored a career-high 32 points tor the Clippers, who shot 55 percent but fell to I-IO Things may get worse Their next game is TnUay against the Chicago Bulls Homrats 106, Blum 92 CHARLOTTE, N C. (AP) — Glen Rice learned with David Wesley to fuel a third quarter run that helped the C harlortc Hornets end Portland's perfect nod record with a I06-V2 victory over the Trail Blazers on Wednesday night Rice had IO points and Wesley added tour points and a pair of assists in the I "-5 surge that sent the Hv*mets to their sixth victors in seven games. Kice wound up with 27 points and Wesley had 13 points and nine assists. I he I rail Blazers lost for the first time in f ive road games this season I tie Hornets, improving to 6-0 this season when they lead at halftime. 11 so got IV points from Clade Divac md nine points 15 rebounds and six assists from Anthony Mason Kirtland got IK points apiece from Isaiah Rider. Arvydas babools and Kashecd Wallace Late games Wednesday included Vancouver at Seattle and Minnesota at the LAI aker* mr.,    $ yrWI xi irw Owcfkvgw anc wound trie dam cam*/* av good on rygrit aewkxs and praparxo bait Hried *i 9m dwcrieige SOMERVILLE A dim moi ky, low 58 ingress black caw av tex on mw toxmx* anc on Rat L Trap* Crepeie ere ta* on minnow* and *g» ti*rxw oval busk ak) around boat 'louse* Cam*/ as wow to ta* an rod end reel* baffed mar '«nnuw* end oui be* TRAVIS Watt* dear. tosr. 56 degree* aack be** to 3 pounds STO Now on Mw a aw •nm *rxn«*t end on amos crieriieube tpmner* •tow meed Seiped and erin* bes* me Now lo Ie* on kw buri, crappie ore stow on minnows end *g* Honed erouk) boat house* Caton ar* ta* on rod and reels bailed wrtri thump and From Page 1B on the MmtSnc *^F used to think if it came down to it, I could do it But I ’m just getting tired of watching fiK>tball instead of play ing it ” Two players Jordan has been watching are sophomores Matt Woodchuck and lan Flores, who were called up from the junior varsity to replace him at safety and placekick-er SVHS coach Larry Hill said both Woodchuck and Flores had done great work in Jordan's absence. "We knew they were players all along, but there was a little bit of a gray area as to whether we should bring them up or keep them down.” he said, "but when you look at what's best for the team and. the program, that's what we felt like we needed todo. "Taylor's injury changed that a little bit We’re glad to have them up, but we hope to have Taylor back ” Jordan said while it3f likely his kicking job is gone, he's anxious to return to the secondary "I doubt ITI ever kick again,” he said "(Flores) has done a great job. lf it came down to one thing. I'd take the secondary I’ve been playing it since JV and I like it a whole lot " Hill said the rest of the Rangers rallies around Jordan well. "As much as he means to our teamIM of watching football instead of playing it.’— Taylor Jordan SVHS senior in ability and leadership, from a morale standpoint they were determined to keep winning to give him the chance to come back,” he said. “There are some things you can't overcome, but I think the mind has a lot to do with it (Jordan) just willed it done, and sometimes I think you can do that ”From Page 1B 0.56 earned run average md 108 strikeouts. He also had a string bf 33 straight scoreless innings late in the season. Gary Delgado, a shortstop/third baseman from Corpus Christi Carroll High School, also signed with the Bobcats. "The influence of our success, including the NCAA tournament appearance, had a major impact on our recruiting class,” Bushong said lo    foFitaoE    lo^loe Cogdell no stranger to injuries From Page 1B cry “He put in a tremendous amount ot work to rehabilitate his injury, and I think perhaps that might have helped him rebound so quickly ” W uh proper therapy and a brace, t ogdell was able to make a three-week recovery, even though surgery •till awaits once the season is over “They said it really wasn't uncommon for people to come back and play without an ACL,” t ogdell said. "At first I was like ‘not again,’ and I thought my season was over. I don’t really think about it on the field, I just play ” And that’s exactly what Cogdell did in the Unicorns* 27-21 bidistnct v idory against the Rattlers. Although he didn’t start, Cogdell had one tackle in the game “I didn’t feel very much pain,” he said. "I was Nocking a guy on a punt return on the last play of the game, and that was the only time it gave mc a problem ” The brace, which was given to C ogdell by Unicorn trainer Dean Laird, doesn't limit his movement very much ‘Tm really happy with it,” he said. "I didn't think when I came back I'd be Able to move around as much as I can.”Cogdell isn't the only Unicom starter to feel the pain of injuries this season. Senior linebacker Brian Lee recently made a comeback, but tight end Charlie Adams will miss the remainder of the season with tom knee ligaments. "He had one like I did last year, where therein really no way of coming back and playing.” Cogdell said of Adams, "tick big in track with the javelin, so that's what he’s really trying to come back for. There’s no doubt in my mind that he'll play again” Nor is there any question that Cogdell is a happy football player after being given one more chance. "We're having a great season,’' he said. Especially the guy wearing No. 2. SAN MARCOS — Southwest Texas will honor its former letter winners (hiring this weekend^ T-Associadon festivities, including the season's final football game on Saturday The annual T-Association Banquet is scheduled for Friday evening at San Marcos’ Quail Creek Country Chab. Prior to the football game, letter winner awards will be presented to current student-athletes at the T-Association luncheon at the Bobcat tent at 11 a m in the south md zone. . There will be 168 first-year letter jackets presented during the cere-monies, along with 67 personalized crystal paperweights for second-year awards. Third-year letter winners, a total of 31, will receive personalized pen sets. In addition, four former Bobcats will be inducted into the SWT Hall of Honor this weekend. They are Modesto Garcia, Mike Miller, Jim Steinke and Joseph Sutton. - WHITNEY: Watt* ctaar 54 Jag/w* Wack Des* end smell moue ere taw on jiving a ark baris end jg4i Pig* Sniped be** to 9 pounds ere ta* an Wa pa* ct Wries bes* to 2 pound* ■re good on Road Runners Crappie ere mom Coffer to 6 pound* are Now to tax on pre pared bari snnmp and weim* COASTAL NORTH SABINE Redferi are good on muter Heed r Sacxne Rivet end in toe River new Gray» Bayou Trout ere scrimp ta** and fee mutter feried under a popping uxk and ac SnumpuNa and apoone fctned under toe bad* Flounder are ta* to good on snad minnows and a glow 8 chartreuse )<g* feced arocnd points SOUTH SABINE: Roofer: ai* ta* to good on mullet and Ral-L Traps feried over toe ’eefs and on fee scrimp, saver and gold spoon* feried al toe lefties Trout are good on Snrxnptax* and Rst-L Traps feried over toe (eat* and under toe Dx cl* on toe man lake Flounder are ta* on fee mud mxmows, Niger mullet and pg* feried on tee Louisiana Wtore-xne and ai to* causeway Odsnore Swang has been good tor snapper wrier ic* weaner rn per mumm* BOLIVAR PENIH1 ULA Reefer are ta* on cur bori and fee scrimp feneo from toe wars. Trout ar* Now Flounder are ta* on mud minnow* feried m Popover Pass TNNffTY BAY Redferi are ta* to good on fee acad and Niger miter fened an to* patois end on Cocerio* for*lows under beds Trout ar* ta* on aocerio* mxmow* and lArroiuras fened undar toe bx a* and si to* criarwoB EAST GALVESTON BAY Redferi we ta* an Mwrotures and soft please scrimp and Nfed feried xi San Lu* Peas and under toe tarde on to* bay GALVESTON SURF Radian sr* ta* on muler and srnmp fened tram to* piers Trout are **•* Sfwepsnead ar* tax to good on tome and crab TEXAS CITY: Redferi ara lair on snnmp and mullet Trout ar* tawe Shsapariesi) and Wack drum ar* for to good on shrimp Ashed around toe rocks FREEPORT. Redferi ar* tax to good on Srinmptaiis and cut bod Saned to toe pass Trout are tax on spoons, charaeus* colored shrimp tans and on lArroiuras PORT OCONNOR: Redferi ore tax to good on See bas. Cocorico Mtonows and Rsi-L-Traps fened ti Coon island Boy Trout ars ta* on Mrrolures and on OOA shrimp Offshore Staling has boon Now due to weather cond! MATAGORDA SURF: Radian are good on Trout ar* good on fee shrimp buts feried over to* rata and WEST GALVESTON BAY Redftari good on fee Niger muffst and feried around San Use Pass Trout WvvnpSBSs. KaSy tthggtert and on KAST MATAGORDA: Radian ar* ta* to good on shad Cocarioe Mtonows and on shrimp feried rn Caney Gnat Trout are good on toe be* and on Mweferes feried under to* tarde an toe man MIW. Rounder are ta* to good on shrimp tads and Flounder Pounders:. MATAGORDA: Radish ar* good on se* mud minnows. Niger rmAto and on tout tads Trout we for to good en foe shrimp and cut baff sn shoreline Trout are Now Flounder are for on fee mud riwinoa* Isfied on inooming sdss ROCKPORT. Radish sr* good an muita end Shnmpsads lofted *i to* surf and a Mw lari hove been warned wdh tout under toe feds. Trout ar* for on Kaly Wigglers. Stimy Stags and on shrimp ads fenad under toe birds wrier toe wind taos down Offshore twang has been good tor rad snapper when toe weedier is py*—111 lf is PALACIOS: Redferi ar* good on mufoi. shrimp and Res-L-Traps feried si to* paras and Mi toe moudi of toe Tree Patacros Rarer Trout ar* good en ihnmprass, Mvrotaros and on afear Spots fofrad undar to* beds and ta fie Baptist Encampment Flounder ara good on Flounder Pounders and fee mud minnows and shad fened along dis Wwrekne of Ie rarer and on motor downs PORT ARANGA* Redferi ar* tov on Bood shrimp, Rof-L-Traps and on Maas wan rod fyvferwvy Minnow* feAad along motor print Trout are ta* to gotM on fee fed. MwwtaroSano On rwiofidxj mrhN yr I BAFFM BAY: Redferi ar* ta* to good on mw boff and on an B Owbto end fewer tass Trout ara for to good rn fee bae. BhatarNi— •ie birds. Flounder ans for on fee Niger ratatat and ret opp** wan shrimp feried on pones. CORPUS QHm; Redferi ar* for to good on fee fed and an Rst-L-Trsp* feried ta to* rock tatoos in too bay and ta too Boat He Trout ar* for lo good on Coctaio* Mtonows and on amal aiver spoons fefwd undar toe birds end m tod Lend Cal Srisspsrissd sr* good on Sash, peeled shrimp feried around pi-mgs. PORT MANBWEID: Radish ore good on fee shrimp end Niger ratatat feried under s popping cork and on root baar color ad shrimp tads. Trout ar* ta* lo good on sea bad sat barry Srinmptaita. Rat-L Traps and on Cocarioe Mtonows. Flounder ars ta* on fee mud minnows felled in toe channel. Ofefiors SOUTH PADRE: Redferi are ta* to good on CU baa. Niger ratatat and on goto spoon* wNri| red takers Trout ar* for to good on fee shrimp, Maroa***, Rat-L-Trap* tadng are good an shrimp and cut bott.    H PORT RAGEL' Redferi ara good an fetT Batata Stated under a popping cork and goto spoons Sshod ta toe wa**. Trout ara for ta n r - -I .. n ... iji_kiiLX iHMi    iiax'wS    ftn    CS I I yXw w "re vrvimp, •rvvnpuira reno an n«*k. ;