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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B HERALDZfirruNO Thursday May Girls sports program gets funding boost BULVERDE Wells Fargo Bank is donating to the Community Education Department of the Comal Independent School District to buy new equipment for girls sports programs The grant will allow participation fees charged to students to be kept at affordable levels Wells Fargo wants this dona tion to honor Coach Jimmy said Ron Mercer San Antonio regional manager of the Wells Fargo Commercial Banking Group For years Boehm a teacher at Bulverde Elementary School had noticed that girls who wanted to play sports had few opportunities for participation In 1996 he start ed a volleyball and basketball league for fourth fifthand sixth grade girls in the Comal School District The program has grown as has the need for equipment The check from Wells Fargo will be presented at the Comal ISD school board meeting today The meeting begins at 6 pirn at Bill Brown Elementary School west of on Texas 46 Big catch Photo submitted Lexie Bennett caught this inch redfish outside Rockport during spring break Guide Buddy Lindsey helps her show off her catch SCOREBOARD BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Playoff Dally Glance By The Associated Press All Times EOT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Bestof7 Sunday May 14 New York 91 Miami 83 series tied 22 Utah 88 Portland 85 Phoenix 117 LA Lakers 98 Monday May 15 Philadelphia 107 Indiana 86 Indiana leads series 32 Tuesday May 16 Portland 81 Utah 79 Portland wins series 41 Lakers 87 Phoenix 65 Lakers win series 41 Wednesday May 17 New York at Miami 8 Friday May 19 Indiana at Philadelphia Miami at New York 9 BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE By The Associated Press All Times EOT East Division W L Pet GB Boston 23 13 639 New York 22 14 611 1 Toronto 22 19 537 Baltimore 17 21 447 7 Tampa Bay 13 26 333 11 Central Division W L Pet QB Chicago 22 16 579 Cleveland 20 16 556 1 Kansas City 21 19 525 Minnesota 17 23 425 6 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48 Glavine Atlanta 48 Florida 13 Rocker Atlanta 9 Benltez New York 9 Shaw Los Angeles 9 Urblna Montreal 8 Veres St Louis 7 6 are tied with 6 HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL DayByDsy Playoff Glance By The Associated Press All Times BDT CONPIWNCI FINALS Saturday May 13 Colorado 2 Dallas 0 May u MOMMfi May iff Dallas 9 Colorado 9 aariaa tlad M TUaa4iy MayH Philadalphla 4 New Jaraay d Mnei tWM TnurKtay May 11 Philadelphia at New Jsrwy Friday May PWIwWphJaalNawJafiay May DaliM it Colorado a ajidnb Mavfj New York Mets end Rockies winning streak NEW YORK Leiter pitched eight strong innings and the New York Mets remained unbeaten in his eight starts end ing the Colorado Rockies sea sonhigh fourgame winning streak with a 42 victory Wednesday night Leiter 50 gave up five hits and matched his seasonhigh with nine strikeouts giving him 26 in his last three starts He has won four straight starts begin ning with a 1411 victory at Colorado on April 30 John Franco pitched the ninth for his second save Colorado took a 20 lead in the third on Jeff Cirillos twoout RBI double and Jeffrey SCORE New York Mets 4 Colorado Rockies 2 Hammonds runscoring single The Mets got one back in the bottom half as Benny Agbayani led off with a single went to third on Rey Ordoneza hitand run single to right and scored on Joe McEwings RBI single A oneout walk to Derek Bell loaded the bases but Rolando Arrojo escaped further trouble by striking out Edgardo Alfonzo and getting Mike Piazza to fly to right Former Patriots official joins Houston NFL franchise team HOUSTON AP Bobby Orier former vide president of player personnel for the New England Patriots will be associate director of pro scouting for Houstons new NFL franchise Orier was responsible for all aspects of the Patriots pro and college scouting depart ments until May 1 He had been with the Patriots in per sonnel capacities for 18 years Any time you have an opportunity to add someone to your organization with the experience and reputation that Bobby has you do Houston general manager Charley Casserly said Tuesday His vast background in the NFL as a scout personnel executive and coach will be extremely valuable to 1B Valleys playoff victories against Austin McCallum last week Fuller struck out nine in Game 1 while Reininger struck out 11 in the second game If the series goes into a third game Gustafson said he believes his team would have the advan tage because the Rangers have more depth in their pitching staff Matt Machecek and Chris VanKleef make up the bullpen for Smithson Valley VanKleef was the No 1 reliever for SVHS this past year but has not been called upon as much as this year because Fuller and Reininger have performed so well Gustafson said While Gustafson realistically views a more competitive series the players are hoping for another sweep I dont feel any different going into this series than I did against Austin Fuller said They have an ace mat isnt any thing we havent seen before We dont plan on going three games we plan on doing it in two But if it comes down to Game 3 well take Reininger said Were coming out ready to play This is the time we have to play our best ball One mistake can cost you a 10 ball game Its too easy I have a great feeling were going to come out on top The team is psyched up just as much as I With both schools playing a similar style of baseball the team who wins this series will have cracked the mirror r 0 TIRE CO INC 30AOO WARRANTY 3MOO MU WARRANTY JftOOO mi iJI WARRANTY METRIC MJOO Mill WARMMTY HIBH DITIOIM 7000 BEHIEB FtADIALS MUM WMIUIITY BFGoodrich TAKE c o N T BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOUR I Radial PI7W70H I 3 I AUTmrrmln I SYMMETRY MILE WARRANTY MXV4PLUS PERFORMANCE RADIALS TRUCK TIRI RADIALS now PRICESI MILE WARRANTY MILS WARRANTY MICHELIIM HECAUSt SO MUCH IS HIDING ON YOUR MRES WITH PUHBHA8E Retail IOWEII IS NUIHINC WITHOUT CONTHOL PunjfWM my tour MIctwHifbnnd llgfit truck or paaitngtr ttrw and raotlvt i FRIE oar tinning kit fMturtng tpongta a poHihlng 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