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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2B HERALDZEITUNG September 2001 SPORTS Too Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 Sports Shorts Hordan returns for 90 minutes NEW YORK AP Hes back Hes back hes almost For 90 minutes Michael Jordan was listed as an active player for the Washington Wizards on the teams Web someone pressed a button a lit tle too Just a clerical NBA spokesman Tim Frank Our Internet department was making preparations in case he comes Jordan had all but confirmed he would announce a comeback at a news conference as early as this Because of the terror ist he is now more likely to announce his decision in a more lowkey such as a faxed news in the next two Jordan was listed as a 6foot6 198 The of was The Web site also included a brief biogra complete with his career statistics down to such trivial information as the fact that he wore his blue North Carolina shorts underneath his Bulls shorts when he played for Jordans name was taken off the active roster late in the afternoon by the which controls the rosters on the Web This would be the second comeback for the 38yearold who led the Bulls to six NBA He retired in October 1993 to play minor league baseball and returned to the Bulls in March He retired again in January HOC examines safety measures Switzerland AP The International Olympic Committees ruling executive board opens a threeday meeting Tuesday a regularly scheduled session that is taking on greater importance since the terror attacks in New York and Instead of routine the meeting will focus on keeping the Salt Lake games safe from IOC and Salt Lake officials have stressed the games will go ahead as but said all aspects of security must now be re Security has been the IOCs top priority since a terrorist attack at the 1972 Munich Games claimed the lives of 11 Israeli ath letes and In one was killed and more than 100 injured when a pipe bomb exploded in Centennial Park during the 1996 Atlanta Since the recent federal lawmak ers swiftly bolstered the million Salt Lake security A billion package approved Thursday by the Senate includes another million for the waive Perkins INDIANAPOLIS AP Sam Perkins just didnt fit into the Indiana Pacers plans any He was too old to be part of their youth movement and too expensive to keep On the Pacers waived the oldest player in the NBA last He began his career with the Dallas who turned 40 in decided to retire before last But the veteran forwardcenter reconsid ered retirement and returned to the Pacers for a 17th season last fall when he agreed to a threeyear The Pacers cited financial reasons and playing time for younger players as the pri mary reasons to release Teams with payrolls above a certain estimated at will have to pay a dollarperdollar tax to the This is the first year for the luxury and the payroll limit will be announced following the sea The other issue was playing With free agent Carlos young veterans such as Jeff Bruno Sundov and Jermaine ONeal and rookie Primoz Walsh figured Perkins would take away pre cious minutes from the younger Perkins was a firstround draft choice of Dallas in 4 just two years after he played on North Carolinas national championship team with Michael Game Time fcOn Radio Pro Baseball Houston Astros at San Francisco Giants on 1420 AM Pregame scheduled for first pitch at MtoTV Baseball Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia 6 on Oakland Athletics at Texas 7 on Soccer UEFA Champions Fenerbahce FC on Bowling PBA Columbia 300 7 on Ready for competition Canyon head coach Heather Sanders looks on with Cougarettes Krystle a junior outside and Grace a junior during a tournament held in San Scoreboard 1B this We just have to be ready to stay after it from beginning to Canyon finished 2812 this past season before losing to New Braun fels in the Region TV The Cougarettes were third in Dis trict 274A with a 64 despite a 02 I think right now everyone in the district is doing really Its going to be a hard fight in district Sanders Boerne is doing as well as everybody thought they would I havent seen Tivy but Ive heard theyre a really good allaround They play great and they always play well against so I know were going to have to play Smithson Valley head coach Margaret Mitcham Were play ing at Cougar Den and its always tough to win in that The Rangers waited 21 games before they played their first home game this Smithson Valley won all three of its home games this past week and will now play its first to district games on the Weve played well at but weve also played well on the Mitcham I think the kids are playing really well right Katy Katie Kern and Lindsey Schaal have all three stepped up as Right now the team is hav ing fun and were experimenting with some new stuff that seems to be The kids are really excited about district starting and our chances to make the Mitcham was one of many coaches in the district that picked Boerne as the favorite to win the district this After an 184 Mitcham said she saw no reason to change her pick at this I havent seen Boerne except for on They havent lost very many said who has led her team to a 159 I picked them to finish first before the season and I guess theyre still the team to Well find out on Tuesday against who I think will be Smithson Valley finished the 2000 season 2215 and was second in the district at Smithson Valley was the only team in the district this past season to beat the defending state New New Braunfels is going to be a team that surprises some I just hope its not against Mitcham Theyre going to be tough to Your match against New Braunfels will help you or break The Unicorns won their first nine district games in 2000 on their way to their first ever state championship in New Braunfels enters district play with an 1111 record after beating Austin High District 274A DISTRICT 274A VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS All Dlst Canyon 207 00 Boeme 184 00 Smithson Valley 159 00 Kerrville Tivy 159 00 New Braunfels 1111 00 Fredericksburg 00 00 Fridays Area Games Smithson Valley 15 Smithson Valley 158 Round Rock 13 New Braunfels Austin 15 Todays Games Smithson Valley at 7 New Braunfels at u Fredericksburg at Kerrville 7 Fridays Games Canyon at 7 Kerrville Tivy at New 7 Smithson Valley at 7 on I dont think its any different going into district this year as opposed to last Fowler We felt fortunate to do as well as we did in district last Every district match was a battle last year and we know its going to be the same this Were pretty and we graduated all of our starters from last but I know our kids are going to do well and New Braunfels has beaten some tough teams already this season including San Antonio Reagan and After beating Houston Clearbrooke and San Anto nio Taft at the Northside Tourna New Braunfels lost to Smith son Valley I think the kids are getting used to playing with each a little better and theyre starting to gel a little Fowler Now is a good time to come Early on we were rough around the but I think theyve grown and theyre playing With the team that won the dis trict this past season New Braun fels and the team picked to win the district this season tonights match should be an exciting We havent been able to see them Greyhounds play this but we know theyre very Fowler They have a couple of very good They play very good defense and they have two very good 1B Dover Downs officials said Mon day that fans will not be allowed to bring backpacks or large bags onto the race track grounds Sunday for NASCARs 400 Winston Cup In conjunction with the the track is reduc ing the price of concessions to com pensate While we regret that we have to step up our security measures to this it at this completely said Denis Dover Downs president and We dont know how long the changes will have to be in But given the events of the past seven we think it is of the highest importance that this race takes place in a completely safe The first sporting event in the nations capital since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon will be Tuesday nights NHL exhibition game between the Capitals and Philadelphia Major League Baseball National League All Times CDT East Division W L Pet OB Atlanta 78 64 Philadelphia 75 68 New York 71 73 8 Florida 66 77 Montreal 61 82 Central Dlvlilon W L Pet GB Houston 84 59 Louis 79 64 5 Chicago 78 65 6 Milwaukee 63 81 21 Cincinnati 58 86 Pittsburgh 55 88 29 West Division W L Pet GB Arizona 81 62 San Francisco 80 64 1 Los Angeles 78 65 3 San Diego 70 73 11 Colorado 62 80 West W L T Pet PF PA Carolina 1 0 0 24 13 New Orleans 1 0 0 24 6 San Francisco 1 0 0 16 13 Louis 1 0 0 20 17 Atlanta 0 1 0 13 16 Sundays Games Florida at Montreal at Philadelphia at Arizona at Houston at Pittsburgh at Chicago Los Angeles at San Colorado at San Mondays Games Florida at Montreal Atlanta at Philadelphia Mets at Pittsburgh Milwaukee at Louis Arizona at Colorado San Diego at Los Angeles Tuesdays Games Florida Penny 79 at Montreal Thurman Mets Appier 810 at Pittsburgh Chicago Cubs Lieber 186 at Cincinnati Dessens Atlanta Glavlne 147 at Philadelphia Duckworth Milwaukee 911 at Louis Hermanson Arizona Schilling 206 at Colorado Thomson San Diego Jarvls 1110 at Los Angeles Adams Houston Oswalt 142 at San Francisco Ortiz Wednesdays Games Mets at Milwaukee at Florida at Arizona at Chicago Cubs at Atlanta at San Diego at Los Houston at San American League All Times CDT East Division W L Pet GB New York 86 57 Boston 72 69 13 Toronto 70 73 16 Baltimore 55 87 Tampa Bay 50 93 36 Central Division W L Pet GB Cleveland 82 62 Minnesota 76 68 6 Chicago 74 70 8 Detroit 57 86 Kansas City 57 86 West Division W L Pet GB xSeattle 10440 Oakland 87 57 17 Anaheim 73 71 31 Texas 66 78 38 xdinched playoff spot Sundays Games Cleveland at Kansas City at Yankees at Tampa Boston at Chicago White Sox at Texas at Oakland at Mondays Game Yankees at Tampa Tuesdays Games Baltimore Johnson 1011 at Toronto Escobar Tampa Bay Sturtze 811 at Boston Nomo Kansas City Durbln 714 at Cleveland Finley Detroit Weaver 1114 at Minnesota Radke Oakland Mulder 187 at Texas Helling Yankees 26 at Chicago White Sox Buehrte Anaheim Ortiz 128 at Seattle Garcia Wednesdays Games Baltimore at Tampa Bay at Kansas City at Detroit at Oakland at Yankees at Chicago White Anaheim at NFL National Football League All Times COT AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Indianapolis 1 0 0 45 24 Miami 1 0 0 31 23 Buffalo 0 1 0 6 24 New England 0 1 0 17 23 0 1 0 24 45 Central W L T Pet PF PA Baltimore 1 0 0 17 6 Cincinnati 1 0 0 23 17 Jacksonville 1 0 0 21 3 Cleveland 0 1 0 6 9 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 3 21 Tennessee 0 1 0 23 31 W L T Pet PF PA Denver 1 0 0 31 20 Oakland 1 0 0 27 24 San Diego 1 0 0 30 3 Seattle 1 0 0 9 6 Kansas City 0 1 0 24 27 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Arizona 0 0 0 0 0 Dallas 0 1 0 6 10 Giants 0 1 0 20 31 Philadelphia 0 1 0 17 20 Washington 0 1 0 3 30 Central W L T Pet PF PA Green Bay 1 0 0 28 6 Tampa Bay 1 0 0 10 6 Chicago 0 1 0 6 17 Detroit 0 1 0 6 28 Minnesota 0 1 0 13 24 Sundays Games Buffalo at Denver at Dallas at Arizona at Green Bay at New England at Cincinnati at San Francisco at New Philadelphia at Tampa Atlanta at Kansas City at Jacksonville at Jets at Cleveland at Open San Diego Mondays Game Minnesota at 23 Baltimore at noon Buffalo at noon Carolina at noon Detroit at noon Minnesota at noon New York Giants at Kansas noon Oakland at noon San Diego at noon Tennessee at noon New York Jets at New Philadelphia at Louis at San Denver at Open New Tampa Bay 24 Washington at Green 8 KSotf New Braunfels City Golf Championship Third round results Championship Flight Name 1 2 3 Total Casey Games 65 68 71 204 Michael Schaeffer 70 67 72 209 Rustln Adams 74 70 68 212 Terrence Miskell 71 71 73 215 David Pfeuffer 76 73 72 221 FanieRelnach 72 76 73 221 Ryan Acker 75 73 76 224 Kent Hayes 76 75 73 224 James Van Dyke 74 78 73 225 Fernando Gutleerez 78 73 74 225 Alan Dale 75 76 75 226 Daryl Acker 75 79 74 228 Roger Rodriguez 73 79 76 228 JimWaldrip 77 77 74 228 Wayne Vrba 76 77 76 229 Trini Camareno 72 80 79 231 CarlHelden 82 80 72 234 MikeYbarra 84 78 79 241 Joe Miller 77 78 89 244 Kevin Blair 89 78 84 251 Chip Skinner 89 89 100278 First Flight BoThorton 73 79 74 226 Doug Williams 80 71 77 228 Frank Schaefler 75 81 77 233 Rex Rexllius 74 78 83 235 BobWamecke 85 74 76 235 Neal Galley 81 79 77 237 Jerry Hay 79 77 82 238 Keith Mcdermott 84 80 75 239 Cliff Wilkins 80 80 79 239 Ralph Nanez 80 79 81 240 Daryl Wlngfield 77 79 101257 Dennis Wiesner 82 83 95 260 Second Flight Johnnie Rodriguez 76 79 76 231 Steve Taylor 78 77 77 232 JonLindley 75 83 77 235 JeffLindley 76 80 82 238 Francis Hause 85 74 83 242 Andrew Hause 77 80 85 242 David Perkins 82 80 81 243 Third Flight KenBrazle 78 77 80 235 Joe Cameron 87 76 89 252 Steve Vonad 80 90 89 259 Bruce Alves 83 88 89 260 Randy Taylor 85 85 92 262 Lenny Coker 92 84 94 270 Michael Stokes 91 87 92 270 DanAnhom 92 96 96 284 GaryKoss 96 98 98 292 Fourth Flight Bert Powell 79 83 94 256 Sam Neal 91 90 85 266 Rodney Cameron 86 88 93 267 Faustyn Langowskl 79 91 97 267 Richard Henault 88 84 97 269 Mike Crownover 84 97 93 274 David Barnes 87 96 92 275 Cecil Toon 98 86 92 276 Ken Hart 95 97 95 287 Ladles Championship Melissa Townsend 81 88 91 260 Connie File 88 87 88 263 YaekoCobum 90 87 96 273 Ladles First Flight Laura Baker 94 88 92 274 Terry Moorehead 93 94 111298 Senior Men Championship Bill Hitch 75 78 78 231 DaleHemsell 70 81 81 232 Ken Funderburgh 74 81 84 239 Billy Bidwell 69 88 83 240 Doug Miller 59 92 95 246 Gerald Hylln 70 88 90 248 Oran Williams 73 95 98 266 Senior Ladles Championship Virgle Van Kleel 70 94 101265 Ida Christopher 77 105118300 Jane Lee 83 106118307 Mondays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press American League BOSTON RED OF Cart Everett four games for violation of team National League COLORADO RHP Jose Jimenez from the 15day disabled National Basketball Association INDIANA FC Sam ORLANDO F Monty PHILADELPHIA Jim VanStone vice president lor National Football League NEW YORK P Tommy National Hockey League COLUMBUS BLUE D Derrick Walser to a oneyear Returned D Scott P Louis G Shane G Andrew RW Ben D Tyler Sloan and LW Riley Cote to their junior FLORIDA Ian Clark goaltendlng LOS ANGELES G Jerred RW Greg RW Nate D Jon D Joe G Marcel and G Alexel Volkov to the Manchester Monarchs of the Reassigned D Craig Olynick to the Seattle Thunderblrds of the WHL SAN JOSE SHARKSAssigned C Tomas Plihal to Kootenay of the   

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