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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page HERALDZEITUNG February SPORTS Too Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 Sports Shorts The New Braunfels girls soccer team lost its first District 274A game of the season late Friday In a clash of two unbeaten teams in dis trict the Boerne Greyhounds claimed sole possession of first place with a 21 win over the Unicorns at It was a true New Braunfels head coach Al Dressen Both teams wanted It was a very evenly matched game even though both teams had completely different The winds seemed to play the biggest fac tor in the game as both teams stuggled with long passes and shots against the After a scoreless first Boerne scored first in the second half with 28 minutes left in the The Unicorns answered about four min utes later on a corner kick from Andi Jo Elbel to Jessica With 19 minutes remaining in the Boerne took a 21 Three minutes later the Unicorns appeared the tie the but the goal was waived off because of an off sides NB falls to 115 overall and 41 in district play this The Unicorns next game is at 7 on Friday against Fredericksburg at Texas 0 AUSTIN AP Jeff Bruksch pitched more than eight innings Saturday to lead Stanford to a 50 shutout over Stanford scored two runs in the first two innings and didnt come back until the ninth with three Bruksch 20 was credited with the striking out six Mike Wodnicki stepped in for Bruksch for the last two outs in the Gerrit Simpson 02 pitched innings for the losing before he was relieved by Justin Simmons in the Simmons faced only one batter before Derick Grigsby relieved Nicholls StO WACO AP Josh Scott gave up only two hits in nine innings to lead Baylor to a 40 shutout of Nicholls State on a scoreless first Baylor had added runs in the third arid fifth innings to seal the Scott 11 struck out seven batters in his first win of the The losing pitcher was Ronald Gilchrist 1 who surrendered four runs on eight hits in eight innings of Athletic Boosters Club The Canyon High School Athletic Boosters will meet at 7 Monday in the Canyon High School Cougar All Canyon support ers are encouraged to For call Sheliah Schneider at 512 Game Time MnTV Auto Racing NASCAR Daytona noon on NHRA drag Kragen 1 on IROC auto racing from Daytona 4 on Pro Basketball San Antonio Spurs at Toronto on KMOL Utah Jazz at Sacramento 2 on Los Angeles Lakers at Inidana on Mens College Basketball Duke at 11 on Florida at 1 on Iowa at Michigan 3 on Womens College Basketball Auburn at 2 on Washington at on USC at on Bowling Tarheel on Boxing Sunday Night Carlos Contreras Enrique 6 on Figure Skating ISU Grand Prix Ladies Free noon on Football Chicago Enforcers at Birmingham 3 on Golf Bob Hope Chrysler final 2 on Hockey Detroit Red Wings at Dallas 7 on Outdoors FLW Tour 2 on Rodeo Championship Bull Bud Light 8 on Track and Field Simplot 3 on Scoreboard MVwnens college hoops Saturdays Womens College Basketball Major Scores By The Associated Press 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at and Michelle McGann Leslie Spalding 70 and Michelle Redman 71 were another stroke Australian star Karrie Webb had her fourth top10 finish in four closing with a 70 to tie for ninth at evenpar T felt great going to the back Soren stam I could have birdied but I made a bad 1B into the final round over Mark Calcavec chia and Kevin Durant slipped almost unnoticed into the press room while Palmer was holding court before a crowd of then watched as Palmer was besieged by auto graph seekers as he walked God bless him for him to go out and play like he did Durant We wouldnt be sitting here today without peo ple like In a tournament that Palmer won five times in his prime the last in 1973 some of the magic came back as he recov ered from a double bogey on the 16th hole to birdie the par3 17th and par the final Thank you fans cried as he began his familiar stoopshouldered walk up the 18th It was the final round of the tournament one of only two regularseason events Palmer still plays aging super but the fans who ringed the 18th green gave him a warm Palmer obliged by waving to the crowd and giving spectators a thumbs up after he hit a pitch shot within 15 feet on the final I dont think I will give up as long as I can compete be part of the said who had rounds of 81797571 to miss the fourday T was kind of getting down with my game and how its Today was GENERAL TIRE OUR STORES WILL BE OPEN REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS ANVMnUSHDI MILE WARMNTI 5 METRIC RAOIALS SYMMETRY BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOUR I PILOT XGTH4 f LTX AND CROSS TERRAIN 1 TRUCK TIRE RADIALS PLEME CALL FOB LOW PRICES SPECIAL BRAKD SUV LIGHT TRUCK GOODYEAR RH SPECIAL PURCHASE I i BFGoodrich AllTerrain PERFORMANCE RADIALS m EAGLE WRANGLER GSA WRANGLER GSA EAGLE STORE HOURS ASK ABOUT OUR Fiee Rai a 5OO on CERTIFICATE NAI lONWIUt Welcome AMERICAN LAROEIT INDEPENDENT TIRE ITIRE INC PWIANCiNa AVAILABLE Ohl APPROVED CflUH ifcraWy Piimwl FHEE 2 Minute Application New Braunfels 1312 IH 35 North 8306291020 OR LOCAL TAXES 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