New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 18, 2000, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Rfege 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, November 18, 2000 VOLLEYBALL/ From 1B woiftd have to serve tough.” After a kill by Jackie Baerwald <jlown the left sideline off a block and a hit by Friendswood’s Tracee £uffaloe sailed long, New Braunfels led 9-6. A blistering kill by Amy fichmann and a cross-court kill by Hildebrand that dropped right on the lj>ack corner gave the Unicorns an 11-6 lead. Friendswood cut the lead to 11-8 before the Mustangs fell apart on defense and on serve receive. The Unicorns took advantage. “That was definitely a breaking point,” Fowler said. “When their serve receive broke down, they didn’t have an offense.” ! Having gone through three serve Rotations in the first five points of the game, Kate Kennedy, who usually rotates to the bench instead of the back row, was forced to stay in the game to serve and play back row. On her first attempt she was wide, but the second time around she nailed an ace to give her team a 12-8 lead. “That’s happened in almost every playoff match,” Fowler said. “Kate (Kennedy) was prepared for that. She platys good defense when she has to. Shefwas ready.” ^After an ace by Rodgers to make it 12$, her next attempt went long. With „ . -fir: Hildebrand serving, Eichmann dropped a dump for a point, Friendswood missed a hit and Popp put down a block to capture first game, 15-9. “We had an unfortunate break when Meghann (Wharton) rolled her ankle,” Friendswood head coach Tom Dumper said. “We ended up making a few adjustments on the fly and had to put a freshman in to fill the slot. It took us a couple of points to get back into sync, but I thought the girls adjusted really well. New Braunfels got a couple of good breaks at that time and jumped out to a lead. Ultimately we just ran out of time.” New Braunfels scored right off the bat on a tip by Baerwald, but three unforced errors by the Unicorns gave the Mustangs a 3-1 lead. “We play aggressive. We never hold anything back. We just go out there and give it our best,” Friendswood senior Ami Rodgers said. “We played our best today.” New Braunfels grabbed the momentum when Kennedy slammed a serve receive pass by Friendswood that got too close to the net to cut Friendswood’s lead to 3-2. A hitting error and hitting violation gave the Unicorns a 4-3 lead. After that, New Braunfels grabbed the momentum again, behind strong serving, and ran with it. “Our serving was the biggest difference. We didn’t miss as many in the second game as we did in the first game,” Eichmann said. “We had a lot of aces.” Natalie Walther served up an ace, forcing the Mustangs to use a timeout. When the teams returned to the floor. Walther served up another ace. A kill by Eichmann, two Friendswood hitting errors, an ace by Hildebrand, an ace by Eichmann and another ace by Popp extended New Braunfels’ lead to 12-4. “Serving aces has been a big part of our game through playoffs and in district,” Fowler said. “We had^a really tough district and our serving was a big part of our success.” After a kill by Baerwald made it 13-4, Friendswood mounted a comeback. The Mustangs go as close as 13-9 and then fought off three match-points for New Braunfels before finally giving in. Appropriately Eichmann finished off the Mustangs with the Unicorns’ 10th ace in the match. “In the second game we looked pretty good for awhile until we got a little tentative,” Dumper said. “Our passing broke down a little bit so our hitters weren’t getting the ball right where they needed it. We basically fell right into their system and they never broke down. They came up with a lot of key digs.” Fowler said the key to getting past the final obstacle for a state championship title will be for the Unicorns to play like they are capable of playing and not error themselves out of game. “We have to make sure our serve receive doesn’t break down,” Fowler said. “We have to at least pass serve inside out. Tonight we did a great job of that. We just have to make sure we don’t error ourselves into a tight match or a hole.” Longview Pine Tree’s leading hitter is senior outside hitter Tasha Jacobs (5-foot-7). Other players New Braunfels will have to keep an eye on include middle, blocker Amber McCray (6-foot-1), middle blocker Cara Causey (6-foot-2) and left-handed outside hitter Marcia Spyhalski (5-foot-11). The Lady Pirates have not only not lost a match this season, but they haven’t dropped a game. “We’re going to try and get hands on everything we can get hands on,” Fowler said. “We don’t have the size, we’ve never had the size. We’ve been the smaller team physically in almost every match we’ve gone into this year.” ***»»»• IMPORT* * '< I I 4] Ll hr Ti »    *— i j—. i— V* K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels senior Natalie Walther back sets to a teammate during Friday’s state semifinal match against Friendswood. Sports CalendarJingle Bell Run/Walk scheduled for Dec. 9 4 j The Physical Therapy Unlimited Jingle Boff Run/Walk and Kid’s Ks, to take place on .vat 9 a.m. on Dec. 9 at Landa Park, will benefit the Family Outreach, a United W?y agency that works to prevent child abuse. ►.Runners are invite to run in costume or wear jingle bells on their shoes. There will be/hot food and cold beer served through-onUtfie event. ' There will be Christmas music, door prices and pictures with Santa for $10. t The course is a fast 3.1-mile scenic route and the race usually accomodates about 500 runners. -Early registration is $15 with raceday registration priced at $20. Kids Ks registration is $10 with T-shirt or $5 without. -Registration and packet pickup begins Do^6 at the Physical Therapy Unlimited on? J^oop 337 or at Roger Soler’s Sports at 258$ Jackson Keller in San Antonio. -For information contact Physical Therapy Unlimited at 609-2000, Roger Spier’s Sports at (210) 366-3701 or race director Susan Phillips at 609-5030 or e-maijat [email protected] Santa golf tourney set to tee off Sunday The Second Annual Blue Santa Junior vfh, Golf Tournament is unusual in that each golfer provides a Christmas gift for a less fortunate child as the entry fee. The tournament is set to tee off on Nov. 19 at Sundance Golf Course. This is the only event where junior golfers participate in a benefit tournament as the benefactors. The tournament is a coordinated effort between the Central Texas Junior Golf Association, the LTSGA, Communities in Schools and the New Braunfels Citizens Police Academy. The families that will benefit from the program are selected by CIS. Children from each family are asked to make a wish list of four presents, including two items of clothing and two other gifts. CTJGA charges a $5 junior tournament fee for other CTJGA tournaments. However, the price of each gift request on the Blue Santa tags usually exceed $5. Fbr information call Sue Puetz at (830) 629-3817.Annual Bass Roundup to take place Sunday The Arc of the Capital Area presents the annual Bass Roundup 2000, an all day fishing event to benefit children and adults with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. The tournament will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 19 at Emma Long City Park. The entry fee for a two-man team is $120. There is over $5,000 in cash and prizes and a G3 boat, valued at more than $ 11,000, will be raffled off at the event. For information, oall (512) 476-7044.NBJBL schedules open coaches session Nov. 28 NBJBL also is conducting its season opening coaches meetings Nov. 20 and Nov. 28 at the NB Public Library meeting room. The meeting will commence promptly at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in coaching should attend this informational meeting. For information call 609-2591 or 609-2227. Volunteers are needed for Vice President of the girls division, gym coordinators and 2001-2002 season board members.Tryouts for NB Junior hoops league Dec. 2 All tryouts for the New Braunfels Junior Basketball League are scheduled to take place Dec. 2. Girls tryouts are at Frazier Elementary. Sixth grade girls tryout at 9 a.m., fifth grade at 11 a.m. and fourth grade at I p.m. Boys tryouts are scheduled to take place at Canyon High School’s old gym. Sixth grade boys tryout at 9 a.m., fifth grade atScoreboard 11 a.m. and fourth grade boys tryout at I p.m. Any player unable to attend will be placed on a team by a blind draw. For information, call Tim Drolet (boys) at 609-2227 or Mario Luna (girls) at 609-2591.Girls softball teams needed for tourneys High school varsity and junior varsity softball and club teams are invited to participate in the preseason South Texas Snowball Shootout Tournament to take place Dec. 9-10 in Gonzales. Space is limited and there is a fee involved. Also, girls fastpitch teams 10-and-under and 12-and-under are invited to the Santa’s Come and Take It Fastpitch Tournament to take place Dec. 2-3 in Gonzales Space is limited and a fee is involved. • For imformation on either tournament, call (830) 560-1076.Lone Star evaluation camp set for Dec. 16 Lone Star Baseball/Softball will conduct an evaluation camp for both baseball and softball athletes on Dec. 16 in Brenham. The purpose of the camp is to educate the athlete on how to enhance the chances of playing baseball or softball beyond high school. Each athlete will receive an evaluation of their talents and the evaluation will be sent to all college coaches and pro organizations in a five-state area. For information call (281) 469-6721.Golf tournament to help T he Elf Louise Project The Elf Louis Adult-Junior Golf Classic is scheduled for Dec. 9-10. The tournament will tee off at noon at Mission del Lago on Dec. 9 and at noon at Riverside Golf Course on Dec. IO. The tournament on Dec. IO is open to Division I and II players only. The entry fee for the tournament is $10 and a gift for the Elf Louise Project. The format will be a four-player team best-ball scramble. For information call (210) 495-3767 or visit http://www.sajga.net.Brackenridge to host The Christmas Masters The Christmas Masters golf tournament is scheduled to tee of at IO a.m. on Dec. 27-29 at Brackenridge Golf Course. The tournament is open to all players. Entry fee for the tournament is $25. For information call (210) 495-3767 or visit http://www.sajga.net. Football Class 4A football playoff results Division I Bi-district Region I EP Ysleta (5-5) vs. EP Mountain View (7-3), 8 pjnuCST Friday at EP Mountain View. Hertford (9-1) vs. Frenship (8-2), 1 p.m. Saturday at Kimorough Memorial Stadium, Canyon. WF Rider (5-5) vs. Grapevine (7-3), 2 p.m. Saturday, Wichita Falls. PW Wyatt (5-4) vs. Burleson (9-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Pennington Field, Bedford. Region ll Denton Ryan 34, Waxahachie 23 )ai(as White 28, Dallas Spruce 20 Greenville 24, Highland Park 14 ^rStcana 10. Hallsville 9 Region III Beitpn 38, Huntsville 14 Nederland 21, Vidor 9 Houston Forest Brook (10-0) vs. Houston Davis (fc-5), 7:30 p.m. Friday at Thome Stadium in Aldine. Bay City 19, Texas City 14 -7    Region IV SfrjiNteon Valley 45, SA McCullom 12 SA ploosevelt 42, Gregory-Portland 25 Alife BS, Los Fresnos 10 S^n Marcos 28, Austin Anderson 12 DIVISION ll Bi-dietrtct Region I Riverside (7-3) vs. Fabens (6-4), 8:30 p.m. rf Friday, El Paso Riverside Stadium. Calyon (6-4) vs. Big Spring (6-4), 1 p.m. Satfinjay at Lowrey Field, Lubbock. Wfchfta Falls (10-0) vs. Justin Northwest, 7.30 p.m. Friday, Wichita Falls FW Dunbar (5-4) vs. Brownwood (7-3), 1 p.m. Saturday, Bi ravine Fine Arte Complex, Haltom EP Parkland 31, Pecos 23 Andrews 10, Borger 3 Burkburnett (6-3) vs Southlake Carroll, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, o. Steubenville (8-2) vs. FW Western Hills (6-3), 7:30.P.m. Friday, BiidvHle Fine Arte Complex, *    Region    N DenfSqn (7-3) vs. Waco University, 1 p.m. a'iratey at John Clark Field Dajtyp Hillcrest (10-0) vs Dallas Uncoin (9-1), 2 p m Saturday at Forester Field. Mediate Poteet 21, Parte 12 Ja^nville 24, Kilgore 14 Sherman (3-7) vs. Ennis (8-2), 1 p.m. Saturday at Cfiabfeton's Standndge Stadium Dqtya^ South Oak Cliff (5-5) vs Dallas Samuel) (41),7.30 p m. Friday at Forester Stadium Lancftelei (6-4) vs Mi Pleasant (5-5), 7:30 p.m. Friday at Garland Williams Stadium. Terrell (6-4) vs. Henderson (8-2), 2 p.m. Saturday at Mesquite Memorial Stadium Region III Lampasas (7-3) vs.‘Magnolia (4-6), 6 p.m. Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium, Waco. Killeen Harker Heights (8-2) vs. Brenham (6-4), 6 p.m. Saturday in Bryan. Beaumont Ozen (8-2) vs. PA Jefferson (7-3), 2 p.m. Saturday in Pasadena. Willis (6-4) vs. Houston Jones, 8 p.m. Friday in Spring. La Marque 29, Columbia 21 West Orange-Stark 23, Jasper 0 Dayton (6-4) vs. Houston Sterling (7-3), 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Deer Park.    y Friendswood (8-2) vs. Brazosport (8-2), 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Pasadena. Region IV Floresville 41, SA Lanier 21 PSJA (8-2) vs. CC Calallen (9-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, at CC Calallen Rockport-Futton 42, SA Alamo Heights 18 CC Flour Bluff (5-5) vs. Edcouch-Elsa (6-4), 7:30 p.m. Friday at Javelina Stadium, Texas A&M-Kings Ville. Kerrville Ttvy 48, SA Southside 6 New Braunfels 34, Medina Valley 21 Austin LBJ 14, Dripping Springs 11 Austin Lake Travis 21, Pflugerville Connaily 14 Class SA football playoff results DIVISION I Bi-district Region I EP Franklin (6-4) vs. EP Montwood (5-4), 8:30 p.m. CST Friday, Socorro Activities Complex, El Paso Midland Lee 38, San Angelo Central 0 Haltom City (6-4) vs. Lewisville (9-1), 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Texas Stadium, Inring, Mansfield (7-3) vs. Duncanville (9-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Irving. Region ll North Mesquite 28, Plano East 0 Dallas Skyline vs. Tyler Lee (9-1), 2 p.m. Saturday at Rose Stadium in Tyler. The Woodlands 20, Bryan 10 Round Rock McNeil (8-2) vs. Copperas Cove (IOO), 1 p.m. Saturday, Waoo ISD Stadium Region IN Houston Lamar (7-3) vs Houston Milby (5-5), 6 p.m. Saturday, Butler Stadium in Houston. Alief Hastings (8-2) vs. Rosenberg Terry (7-3), 6 p.m. Saturday at Crump Stadium in Houston. Aldine Eisenhower (10-0) vs. Humble Kingwood (7-3), 1 p.m. Saturday, Rice Stadium in Houston. Deer Park (6-4) vs. Pearland (7-3), 8 p.m. Friday, Astrodome, Houston. Region IV Victoria Memorial (7-3) vs. SA Holmes (9-1), 2 p.m. Saturday at Gustafson Stadium in San Antonio. Austin Westlake 35, Converse Judson 6 CC Carroll 21, Laredo United South 6 Donna 49, Brownsville Hanna 0 DIVISION ll Bi-district Region I EP Andress (8-2) vs. EP Americas (4-6), 1 p.m. Saturday at Andress' Stadium. Lubbock Monterey 27, Abilene 17 Coppell 35, McKinney 30 De Soto (7-3) vs. South Grand Prairie (6-4), 4 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Irving. EP Coronado (7-3) vs. EP Del Valle (IOO), 8:30 p.m. CST Thursday, Conquest Stadium, El Paso. Abilene Cooper 26, Amarillo 0 Carrollton Turner (7-3) vs. Keller Fossil Ridge (7-3), 9 p.m. Friday, Texas Stadium, Irving. Arlington Lamar (6-4) vs. Euless Trinity (8-2), 7 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Inring. Region ll Dallas Carter (6-4) vs. Tyler John Tyler (7-3), 2 p.m. Saturday at Dallas Sprague Field. Dallas Kimball (5-5) vs. Lufkin (7-3), noon Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco. Plano (8-2) vs. North Garland (6-4), 7:30 p.m. Friday at Dallas Highland Park's Highlander Stadium Klein (8-2) vs. Houston Langham Creek j(7-3), 8 p.m. Saturday at the Astrodome in Houston. Allen 21, Garland 20 Spring Westfield (6-4) vs. Cypress-Falls, 7 p.m. Thursday at the Astrodome in Houston. Waco 14, Pflugerville 13 (OT) Round Rock 9, Killeen 7 Region III Houston -Madison (9-1) vs. Houston Yates (7-3), 1 p.m. Saturday at Delmar Stadium in Houston. Katy (10-0) vs. Sugar Land Hightower (7-3), 3 p.m. Saturday at Tully Stadium, Houston. Aldine (8-2) vs. Humble (4-6), 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Turner Stadium in Houston. Baytown Lee (5-5) vs. Clear Creek (9-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Astrodome, Houston. Houston Westbury (5-5) vs. Houston Washington (8-2), 7 p.m. Friday at Butler Stadium in Houston. Alief Elsik 27, FB Willowridge 17 Houston Nimitz (4-6) vs. Pasadena Dobie (4-6), 4 p.m. Saturday, Rice Stadium in Houston. Galena Park North Shore (9-1) vs. La Porte (8-2), 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Astrodome in Houston. Region IV SA Hariandale 35, SA Jay 14 Hays vs. SA Churchill, 2 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio Northeast Stadium. Austin High (8-2) vs. SA MacArthur, 2 p.m. Saturday, Alamodome SA Marshall 48, SA Southwest 19 Laredo Nixon 24, CC Ray 14 Harlingen (8-2) vs. Laredo Alexander (6-4), 2 p.m. Saturday at Javelina Stadium, Texas A&M- Kingsville. McAllen (9-1) vs. Brownsville Pace (8-2), 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Brownsville Pace. Edinburg 31, PSJA North 0 THE LINDLEY COMPANY! Construction • Design • Development • RESTORATION • RENOVATION • ADDITIONS • NEW CONSTRUCTION • COST ESTIMATING Commercial - Residential Licensed - Bonded - Insured NARI MEMBER Office 629-9268 Mobile 608-5000 Fax 629-3607 Jeff Lindley, CR Licensed General Contractor Certified Remodeler nbtx.com/lindleyco. 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