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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page May SPORTS Too Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 Sports Shorts MB MSports Banquet The New Braunfels Athletics Booster Club will host the AllSports Banquet at Thursday at the New Braunfels Civic The banquet will honor varsity sports at New Braunfels High Cost for the general public is per which includes a barbecue Tickets are available at NBHS or through the executive board of the New Braunfels All Sports Booster For call Bob Janca at Sports Ceremony Smithson Valley High School Athletic Booster Club invites the public to its Spring Sports Awards Ceremony on Teams honored will include Softball and Refreshments will be served from to 7 and the awards will be presented from 7 to 8 at the GVTC Admission is For call Denise Stout at 830 980 2008 during the day or at 830 4383827 in the Softball Camp Ranger softball sponsored by Comal ISD Community begins May The camp is scheduled for 9 to noon May 2831 at Smithson Valley High School Softball All girls ages 714 inter ested in softball are invited to Participants will learn fundamentals of soft ball from Ranger coaches and players and skills such as pitch base hitting and The cost of the camp is per person in advance or on May Players should wear a T cleats and bring a glove and For call coach Wayne Daigle at Ms Basketball Jacksonville College in Jacksonville will play host to an unsigned senior girls bas ketball workout from 9 to 3 For call Patrick Smith at 903 586 Game Time Mljgh School Softball Area Championship New Braunfels Unicorns vs San Marcos 7 at Unicom Mn Radio Pro Baseball Houston Astros at New York Metson Pregame at first pitch at HnTV Pro Baseball San Diego Padres at Chicago 7 on Pro Basketball Game Milwaukee Buck at Orlando 7 on Game Utah Jazz at Dallas on Gymnastics French 2 on Pro Hockey Game Dallas Stars at Louis 6 on Game New Jersey Devils at Toronto Maple 6 on Rugby UEFA Real Madrid CF Bayem on Tennis Verizon Tennis on 1B CHRIS New Braunfels senior Tara Edwards 11 is thrown out at first during a game against Canyon earlier this Canyons Erin Pantermuehl 3 covers first New Braunfels plays San Marcos in Round 2 of the playoffs at 7 today at Unicom Scoreboard MBA Playoffs NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION NBA PLAYOFF DAILY GLANCE All Times COT First Round Bestof5 April 30 San Antonio Minnesota San Antonio wins series 31 May 1 Milwaukee at 6 Utah at May 2 New York at 7 Philadelphia at 8 Sacramento at May 3 Orlando at if necessary Dallas at if necessary May 4 Toronto at New if necessary Indiana at if necessary Phoenix at if necessary Were ready to hit whatever she throws up McCarty We know their first batter is a dragbunt If we just play as a team and play like we know I think well do The Unicorns were almost caught off guard by the Rock ets 11121 in the first but Edwards said the team will be careful not take the Rattlers we havent been playing with as much heart as we have in some games this but hopefully we can pick it up against San Edwards We cant afford to let If we lose one its over and theres no turn ing Junior Amber Garcia was the hero in the first round after a standup triple to lead off the top of the eighth She then scored the go ahead run on a sacrifice bunt by junior Jennifer Junior Amy Stauffer allowed just two hits and struck out 10 while walking three to earn the Stauffer 114 is expected to get the start in the pitchers circle Greebon said it will take a combined effort from Stauffer and the Unicorn defense for NB to advance to the next You can have one good but if she doesnt have good defense behind youre not going to Greebon If your defense is but your pitcher cant throw youre in We need everybody working together as a If Amy is sick or goes down then we have to Same thing with Edwards said chemistry is the biggest difference this year compared to the past three years when the Unicorns could not get past the first Were actually playing more as a team this Edwards This year weve all real ly come there were little and it ended up effecting us on the This year its been one big and weve just focused on taking care of Should the Unicorns beat the they would play the winner of the game between Lockhart and Medina HUB MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League All Times East New Central West Los San Francisco San Sundays Games Milwaukee Montreal 0 Louis Mets 1 Florida Houston 5 Colorado Cincinnati Chicago Cubs San Francisco 2 Los Angeles Philadelphia 1 San Diego Pittsburgh 1 Arizona Atlanta 5 Mondays Games Mets Houston 2 Tuesdays Games Arizona Schilling 30 at Montreal Reames Louis Benes 11 at Florida Grilll Colorado Neagle 20 at Philadelphia Daal Los Angeles Gagne 1 1 at Cincinnati Fernandez San Francisco Rueter 22 at Pittsburgh Martinez Houston Dotel 12 at Mets Gonzalez Milwaukee Haynes 22 at Atlanta Millwood San Diego Tollberg 12 at Chicago Cubs Bere Wednesdays Games Milwaukee at Arizona at Louis at Los Angeles at San Francisco at Colorado at Houston at San Diego at Chicago American League All Times CDT East Division GB GB GB 10 12 Sundays Games Toronto Anaheim 0 Cleveland Texas 2 Kansas City Boston innings Detroit Tampa Bay 1 Yankees Oakland 1 Minnesota Baltimore 0 Chicago White Sox Seattle Mondays Games Kansas City Toronto 3 Baltimore Tampa Bay 3 Minnesota Yankees 1 Tuesdays Games Tampa Bay Rekar 03 at Baltimore Johnson Yankees Mussina 13 at Minnesota Milton Detroit Sparks 12 at Texas Rogers Cleveland Finley 12 at Kansas City Suzuki Boston Martinez 20 at Seattle Halama Toronto Carpenter 21 at Oakland Lidle Chicago White Sox 22 at Anaheim Rapp Wednesdays Games Tampa Bay at Yankees at Detroit at Cleveland at Kansas Boston at Toropto at Chicago WS at Pet New Tampa Central Pet Kansas West Pet Mondays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND RHP Steve Woodard from the 15day disabled list and optioned him to Buffalo of the International NEW YORK OF Shane Spencer from the 15day disabled list and optioned him to Columbus of the International National League COLORADO RHP Bobby Chouinard from the 15day dis abled Optioned RHP Joe Davenport to Colorado Springs of the NEW YORK RHP Dicky Gonzalez from Norfolk of the International Optioned RHP Jerrod Rlggan to SAN DIEGO SS Chris Gomez outright to Portland of the BASKETBALL Orlando Magic G Dee Brown for one game without pay and fined him for leaving the bench in Saturdays playoff game against the Milwaukee DENVER the resignation of Denny vice pres ident of basketball FOOTBALL CHICAGO the resig nation of Mark vice president of player CINCINNATI to terms with OT Richmond Webb on a threeyear DENVER BRONCOSWaived DE Willie NEW ENGLAND DE Greg Waived QB Michael Van NEW YORK LB Joe SAN DIEGO WR Reggie SEATTLE T John Greer and TE Russell HOCKEY National Hockey League ATLANTA to terms with F Kamil American Hockey League WORCESTER ICECATSCalled up D Didier Tremblay tram Peoria of the COLLEGE John Hall mens and womens soccer Hylton Dayes mens soccer EVERGREEN Monica Heuer womens basketbal Karen Haag womens basketball May 5 Pittsburgh at if necessary Louis at if necessary Toronto at New 6 May 6 Colorado at Los if nec essary May 7 New Jersey at 6 if neces sary Dallas at 7 If necessary May 8 Buffalo at 6 if necessary May 9 Toronto at New 6 if neces sary Los Angeles at 9 if neces sary Louis at 6 if necessary May 10 Pittsburgh at if neces sary NHL Playoffs NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE NHL DayByDay Playoff Glance All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Bestof7 April 26 Toronto New Jersey 0 Pittsburgh Buffalo 0 Los Angeles Colorado OT April 27 Louis Dallas 2 April 28 Pittsburgh Buffalo Pittsburgh leads series 20 Colorado Los Angeles series tied 11 New Jersey Toronto series tied at 11 April 29 Louis Dallas Louis leads 20 April 30 Buffalo at Pittsburgh Colorado at Los Angeles May 1 New Jersey at 6 Dallas at 6 May 2 Buffalo at 6 Colorado at Los 9 May 3 New Jersey at 6 Dallas at May 4 Los Angeles at 7 All Times CDT Eastern Division W L T Pts GF GA Miami 4 1 0 12 7 4 MetroStars 2117 7 7 United 2106 5 5 New England 0400 2 6 Central Division W L T Pts GF GA 2117 6 4 2206 8 9 2206 8 6 111435 Western Division W L T Pts GF GA 3 1 1 10 9 5 2206 7 7 1214 4 5 0311 4 7 NOTE Three points for one point for Chicago Dallas Tampa Bay Columbus Kansas City Los Angeles San Jose Colorado Saturdays Games Chicago Tampa Bay 0 Los Angeles Colorado 2 Dallas 2 Miami New England 0 San Jose Kansas City 0 May 2 Kansas City at New 7 May 5 Miami at Columbus 3 at New 6 Tampa Bay at Chicago 7 Colorado at Dallas New England at San Jose 8 Kansas City at Los Angeles 9 Weekly Golf Tip Better address equals better shots BY QUINT ALEXANDER Sundance Golf Pro Go to any driving range on a busy evening and observe the tee line full of golfers practicing their A lot of times you can look at a golfers set up and tell what kind of golfer he or she Golfers with good set ups usually have good There is no reason why a golfer cannot have a good address barring any physical The more we look like a good golfer on our the more likely our swings will look Better swings hit better golf Grip Place your hands on the grip and do not manipulate them on the The club should be in the fingers of both hands and the Vs you make with your hands should point at your Stance Stand in an athletic Your legs should be back and bend at the Your arms should be relaxed and hanging from your Alignment Align your body parallel left to your target Think of it this Youre stand ing on a railroad track with your feet on one rail and your golf ball is on the other rail target All of us are different and our swings will match up our personali ties and Make your preswing fundamentals as sharp as It will improve improve how you address the and that will improve your Quint Alexander is the head pro at Sundance Golf For more you can call Quint Alexander at t id Via Knew Tkti If Subttrite tr Renew Fer 12 Months In yen Will Reeeite Fret Gift Valued At YES I Want The Free Gift Just 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