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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 SPORTS February 2001 IB Theres no getting past her leads stingy Unicorn defense Unicom goalkeeper Jillian Hazel dives for a ball during prac tice earlier this week at Hazel leads a New JESSIE Braunfels defense that has recorded two shutouts in five District 274A games this BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor Coaches who have seen their teams go down in flames against the New Braunfels girls soccer team can agree on one thing savor any goal your team scores on Unicorn goalkeeper Jillian because they dont come very Through 16 games this sea NBs senior goalkeeper and the Unicorns defense has shut out opposing teams sev en including twice in district After a 21 loss to Boerne Friday the Unicorns 115 41 in district stand in second place in Dis trict NBs leading scor er Andi Jo Elbel gives all the credit to the teams defense for their early success so far this See JESSIE New Braunfels senior goal Jillian recently signed a letter of intent to play at Stephen Austin next Palmer shoots his 71 BY TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Writer LA Joe Durant owned a scoring record and the tournament At the Bob Hope the day belonged to Arnold Durants 9underpar PGA Tour scoring record for 72 holes and his fiveshot lead were almost an afterthought on a day when the 71yearold Palmer delighted his fans by becoming the first player since Sam Snead 22 years ago to shoot his age in a tour Palmers 1under 71 came Saturday before adoring crowds on the PGA West course he while Durant quietly shot a 66 on the nearby La Quinta Country Club course before only a handful of spec tators to take a fiveshot lead See NB captures Softballfest championship Canyon loses three onerun games at Softballfest BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor Temperatures were in the low 30s at Satur but that did not stop the red hot New Braunfels Unicorns from steam rolling CHRIS New Braunfels Amber Garcia rips a base hit Saturday during Softballfest 2001 at The Unicorns played Seguin in the championship li5 in the championship game of the Softballfest 2001 I knew we were going to take care of business NB head coach Tracy Gree bon Our sticks really got going In the championship Amber Garcia struck seven Panthers and pitched a complete game to earn the At the Amber Suprenaunt led the onslaught with two Jennifer Bartles collected a double and a After losing three out of four pool games on Thurs day and the Uni corns opened Saturdays Softballfest 2001 Thursdays Games Pool B at NBHS Hays Del Valle 0 NB2 Hays Alamo Heights 0 Alamo Heights NB 1 Pool A at Canyon HS Carroll Medina Valley 3 Seguin Canyon 1 Carroll Marion 0 Seguin Medina Valley 0 Canyon Marion 0 Fridays Games Pool B at NBHS NB Del Valle 0 Hays La Vemia 1 Heights Del Valle 0 Hays NB 0 Heights La Vemia 0 Pool A at Canyon HS Seguin Seguin 0 Games canceled Medina Valley Medina Valley Seguin Marion Canyon Carroll Saturdays Games New Braunfels Canyon 4 La Vemia beat Marion Medina beat AHHS Carroll Del Valle 0 Seguin beat La Vemia New Braunfels Hays 2 Hays beat Marion La Vemia Canyon 3 Hays beat Alamo Heights Del Valle La Vemia 2 Medina Valley beat Seguin New Braunfels Carroll 2 Alamo Heights beat La Vemia Marion Canyon 4 Seguin beat Carroll Hays Del Valle 1 tournament play at 8 with a 54 extrainning win over rival Leslie Buffington was 2 for3 with a Megan Rolfes was scored twice and stole a We won that game with defense and Gree bon Canyon is but we wanted a little more than they Canyons Crystal Zavala See Drivers expect this years Daytona 500 to be one of the best BY MIKE HARRIS AP Motorsports Writer DAYTONA AP Dale Earnhardt apologized after the Daytona 500 nearly lulled fans to sleep with a mostly singlefile parade last Bill France is probably spin ning in his the seventime Winston Cup champion referring to NASCARs Nobody expects The Intimidator to apologize again Sunday EARNHARDT not unless hes feeling guilty about pounding a rival into the wall in what drivers expect to be the best race in the track s 42year This shouldnt be another Snore at the Daytona is racing Its going to be a said Jerry wholl start fifth in the 43car field of the record million NASCAR was embarrassed last February by Dale Jarretts nearly unchallenged run to a third victory and the dominating Fords sweep of the top five places in stock cars Super It wanted desperately to avoid a repeat especially with Fox Sports kicking off the new six year TV package that NASCAR hopes will carry the sport further into Americas After agonizing over possible rule changes most of the NASCAR came up with a new aero dynamic package last fall for its two biggest arid fastest ovals Daytona and Talladega Super NASCAR mandated less engine providing a bit more and new aerodynamic strips on the roof and rear catching more air and providing extra downforce and As a the October race in Tallade ga was a heartstopping There were 49 lead a highspeed chess game with con stant threewide action throughout the field and a breathtaking finish with Earnhardt driving from 18th to first in the last five But Daytona isnt Talladega the track isnt as wide or as There wont be much threewide out twotime Daytona winner Jeff Gordon This place wont allow much of Talladega is more a horsepower track at youve got to But I think its still going to be exciting out there for 200 This is the first time Ive been to Daytona where I have no idea whatsoever who is going to I would say Earnhardt has a distinct advantage But I dont think even he has an As much as everyone hoped that the excitement created in Talladega would spill over to it was all speculation until last Sundays Budweiser a See Outdoors Hunters do not need to sell ranchers on why they should hunt hogs What is the roughest and meanest animal found in the South Hint most have four huge thick sensitive pretty good hearing and taste Its the feral Lots of myself find feral hogs a especially when you are deer Twenty years ago we didnt have a problem with these But today they range from Texas to Florida KEITH WARREN and as far north as Although they de have their they have their good They are fun to hunt and great to In hogs are hot con sidered a game animal there is no closed Another bonus is that there is no bag I have found that many land owners who have prob lems with hogs will let hunters come hunt hogs during the off season for next to Hogs will go through destroy agricultural eat quail eggs and small animals as well as destroy As a hunters do not need to sell ranchers on why they should hunt Hogs can be hunted in a wide variety of From bow hunting to black pow even running hogs with dogs taking them at knife The options are end Since I have been host ing Hunting Outdoor Adventures program for seven I have had the opportunity to take dozens of hogs on We have complied the most exciting footage and included it on a Hog Hunting This tape features a variety of hog hunting techniques and including black power and rifle Also included is a special howto bait hogs section and even how to field dress and butcher Hog Hunting Tactics is 52 minutes in length and is available for plus shipping and This tape also is available at jrour local Academy Sports Keith Warren is the host Outdoor It broadcasts year round on Fox Sports Net at am on It also airs on Fox Sports Southwest at on You can write to Keith Warren at Box New
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