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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday February IB QUICK HITS Sailing classes An Introduction to Sailing class for adults will take place from 9 to 4 Feb 1920 at the Lake Canyon Yacht Club The class includes nine hours of classroom and dockside instruction and three hours of handson instruction A Beginning Racing class takes place from 9 to 4 Feb 26 and noon to 4 Feb 27 at the Lake Canyon Yacht Club The class includes six hours of classroom and panels and three hours of prac tice racing Each course is limited to 20 stu dents For information or to regis ter call 210 5907100 Soccer registration New Braunfels Youth Soccer Spring soccer registration contin ues until Feb 26 at Vivroux Goods Cost for returning players is Cost for new players is New players must have a copy of their birth cer tificate League play starts March 4 and is open to children ages 4 to 18 For information call 6066722 or 6089811 Night at the Spurs Canyon Lake residents will be honored with a special pregame presentation during the Spurs Canyon Lake Community Night on Friday Tickets for the game can be bought at the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce by calling 830 9642223 Deadline for tick ets was Wednesday For informa tion call Jack Cuchran at 210 5541432 Lady Raider fans Comal County Texas Tech Exes will meet at 5 Feb 23 at New Braunfels Coffee to caravan to Austin to watch the Lady Raiders take on the Lady Longhorns in basketball The group will stop at Schultz Beer Garden for refresh ments before the game Contact Jim Noble at 6094404 Senior softball An effort is under way to start a slowpitch softball league in New Braunfels this spring for men and women ages 55 and up Senior softball is an opportunity for fun and recreation If you or someone you know in Comal or surrounding counties has an interest or would like information call Bill Mixon at 830 9074020 Golf clinic Free junior golf clinics are offered every Saturday from 10 to 11 at the Garden Ridge Golf Center 19780 FarmtoMarket 2252 Junior golfers ages five through 18 are welcome to partici pate Instruction is free but range balls must be purchased Call 210 6514653 for information Golfers wanted The New Braunfels Mens Golf Association welcomes anyone to come out and join The group has tournaments with guaranteed tee times every Saturday starting at 11 Call 6295645 GAME TIME NHL all times EST San Jose at New Jersey 1 Edmonton at Buffalo 2 Islanders at Rangers 7 Washington at Dallas 8 Detroit at Colorado 8 NBA all times EST AllStar Game at Oakland HERALDZEITUNG SPORTS Cowboys find Irvin replacement IRVING Texas AP The Dallas Cowboys found someone to replace Michael Irvin as their main receiving threat Seattles Joey Galloway Despite a reported midnegotiation switch in agents Galloway and the Cowboys have struck a deal that will be announced at a news conference today Dallas also must acquire Galloways rights from Seattle which has designat ed him as a franchise player The Cowboys will likely send the Seahawks their firstround draft pick the 19th Landry dies Saturday night See Page 2B overall and possible other considera tions Galloway began Friday working with agent Eric Metz They were close to finalizing a sevenyear million deal when the receiver fired Metz and hired Leigh Steinberg the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported today Galloway 28 became an unrestricted free agent earlier this week vvhen he won an arbitration case against the Seahawks The team had disputed his status because he missed all of the preseason and the first eight games of the regular season because of a contract fight Galloway who has three seasons played poorly following his return catching just 22 passes for 335 yards and a touchdown He had only three catches of more than 25 yards In 1998 his last full season Galloway made 65 receptions for yards and 10 touchdowns He has 36 career touch downs and was the NFLs offensive rook ie of the year in 1995 The Cowboys were sorely in need of a reliable receiver of that caliber Raghib Ismail provided that threat early last season until Irvin had a neck injury Ismails production slowed once teams focused on stopping him Irvin hasnt said whether hell return but even if he does hes unlikely to be quarterback Troy Aikmans goto guy Now if s his turn Bailey ready to lead offense for Texas Kingsville BY JASON MINNIX HeraldZeitung Correspondent Pat Bailey patiently wait ed his turn to quarterback the Smithson Valley Rangers When he got his chance he took full advan tage of it by leading the Rangers to the schools first undefeated regular season and outright district cham pionship Now Bailey will have an offense built around him in college Bailey signed a national letter of intent to play foot ball at Texas Kingsville and he says that played a major role in his decision The Javalinas had a coaching change this off season but the university promoted defensive coordi nator Richard Kunduffto the head job so the nucle us of coaches is still Bailey said Coach Kunduff said they want to start throwing the ball more and he said he wants to build the pro gram around Bailey said That is a onceina lifetime And the building process will begin early in Baileys college career He says he will not redshirt his fresh man year Bailey is pen ciled in to be the starter at Kingsville his sophomore season but with some BAILEY File photo Smithson Valley High School quarterback Pat Bailey led the Rangers to its first undefeated regular season and district championship Bailey has signed a let ter of intent to play for Texas Kingsville We knew he was going to be a player coming in You can measure height weight speed throwing arm or this and that but the ultimate quarterback has to be able to make plays and we knew Pat was a play maker from the Larry Hill Smithson Valley head coach questions surrounding the Javalinas returning quarter back Bailey could end up starting as a true freshman this fall The Javalinas have tradi tionally been a running team but Bailey said Kunduff wants to pass half the time and run an offense similar to the offense at Smithson Valley in which Bailey excelled In one season as the starring quarterback Bailey set school records for pass ing yards in one season rushing yards by a quarter back total yards and aver age yards per rush by a quarterback He was named to the alldistrict first team and the allstate academic team this season Bailey made the Rangers varsity squad as a sopho more but backed up two year starter Michael Peel at quarterback and started at free safety as a junior It was hard moving to the defensive side but you have to understand that you have to do what is best for the team Its not about me me Bailey said Yeah I wanted to play quarterback but more importantly I wanted to help the team and I got a chance to play quarter back in some games while backing up Peel Smithson Valley head coach Larry Hill said the decision to move Bailey to defense was easy because the best players belong on the field He was so talented we wanted to move him to defense and he picked off eight Hill said We knew he was going to be a player coming in You can measure height weight See Unicorns look to staff for new coach BY HEATHER TODD Staff Writer Big changes are on the horizon for Unicorn football players next fall with a new 4A classifi cation and a new head football coach On Friday afternoon New Braunfels High School head football coach and athletic director Tim Kingsbury announced his retirement at the end of this year after more than 20 years of coaching in New Braunfels Independent School District Kingsbury sewed as head football coach at NBHS since 1995 and spent 21 years in various coaching positions at NBHS and New Braunfels Middle School Kingsburys retirement meanSranew coach will be on the sidelines as the Unicorns face a district realignment pitting them against Canyon Smithson Valley Kerrville Tivy Boerne and Fredericksburg high schools in District 274A next fall District administrators and Kingsbury said they want the transition to be as smooth as possi ble for players and coaching staff Superintendent Ron Reaves said Friday the administration would look for Kingsburys replacement among his current coaching staff We would like to maintain consistency as much as Reaves said We feel like we have an excellent program under Kingsbury and that is the first place we would like to He said a recommendation for the athletic director and head coaching position could be pre sented to the board of trustees 7 Tuesday at the Education Center 430 W Mill St According to the 1999 Unicom football pro gram current members of Kingsburys coaching staff include Joe Matulich offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Todd Behling running back coach and freshmen coach David Thomas receivers coach Joey Trevino offensive line coach Rick Rhoades defensive coordinator and secondary coach Greg Porter linebacker coach and head junior varsity coach Scott Presley defensive line coach Eric Young assistant sec ondary coach and Jason Krug assistant offensive and defensive line coach The Unicorns finished at 65 the past two sea sons in District 145A they moved to Class 5A five years ago See Golf tournament will benefit senior center BY MARIE DAWSON Special to the HeraldZeitung The Fourth Annual Senior Citizens Golf Tournament is scheduled for March 27 at the Rebecca Creek Golf Course This tournament is different from the preceding ones in that this is the Millennium That means its special Of course all the senior cen ter golf tournaments are special but this one is going to be even better The Senior Citizens tournament has gained the reputation of being the best golf tournament in the community That is why golfers return each year to this splendid affair Not only is it an excep tional value for the golfers it is a year round advertisement for sponsors and donors More than 200 golfers are expected to participate in this years event The board of trustees staff and tourna ment committee members work on this special event for months actually all year George and P J Wright owners of Rebecca Creek Golf Course are major contributors and are among those guid ing the rest of us in planning for the pre sent and the future Floyd Ball is another contributor and volunteer who has worked endlessly for four years to make the tournament a suc cess All these people can never know how grateful we are for their generous support The per player fee includes flight ed four person scramble fees cart fee entry gift breakfast lunch prizes and awards door prizes pretournament party lots of fun and support to the senior center A very festive pretournament party is set for March 26 at the center for all golfers sponsors donors and guests This party includes food and drink beer and wine too and features a silent auction Some of the auction items already donated include a trip to San Francisco and golf atTapatio Springs La Cantera and Silverhorn as well as other great golf packages outside the city and more exciting items As if the Wrights havent done enough they have committed to an addi tional exceptional incentive The team or organization bringing in the most sponsor money for the tournament will win four memberships or five coupon books with 20 rounds of golf each dur ing 2000 Every check or gift donation worth at least qualifies for the con test The team turning in the most money and prizes by 7 on March 3 will be declared the winner Checks and dona tions must be in Jackie Scotts hands by the deadline No exceptions will be made but late donations still will be accepted for the tournament and will be greatly appreciated If the team is more than four people then the winners have the choice of the 20 rounds coupon book times five If you are a golfer consider playing in this fabulous tournament If you are not a golfer but want to be included in this worthwhile cause and run submit spon sorship or donation by calling Kathryn Walker senior center director 6064547
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