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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2B tlKUALDZurnINC October 2001 SPORTS Too Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 Sports Shorts Ducks Unlimited New Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will host its 23rd annual banquet 1 at The Knights of Columbus For more than 50 Ducks Unlimited has devoted dollars and construction muscle to enhance and restore North Americas Since its Ducks Unlimited has raised more than ns well as enhanced and restored more than million habitat acres encompassing more than wetland Tickets for the banquet are per person with corporate tables available for All tickets include drinks and a live silent For call 6293528 or stop by The Hunting Camp at 1630 Hwy 81 Texas Tech basketball LUBBOCK AP Ibxas Tech officials on Wednesday announced the sale of 48 court side seats for fans wanting to get closer to Bob Knight in his first season as coach of the Red The which run along the west side of United Spirit cost That includes a oneyear premium seat license and a season ticket are to offer the dubbed Scholarship in Knights inaugural sea spokesman Chris Cook Gerald the schools director of athlet said money raised from the special seats will fund a summer school scholarship pro gram for student We wanted to offer these seats to bring fans closer to the Myers About season tickets have been sold for an arena that this past year averaged fans at home The premium seating also means some members of the media will be relocated to an upstairs The deadline for applying for the seats is Techs basketball season begins 16 against William Mary in the Ford Red Raider Houston Astros AP The Houston Astros intervieweclformeixmajor league managers film Fregosi and Jimy Williams on Wednesday and then announced they would have no more interviews this week for their vacant managerial IThe Astros search committee previously interviewed Astros third base coach Mike TripleA New Orleans manager Pena and Milwaukee Brewers third base coach Jerry guided the Red Sox to the American League championship series in losing to the Yankees in five has managed four major league teams since most recently the Toronto Iflue Fregosi currently works as a spe cfal assistant to Atlanta Braves general man ager John also managed the White Sox and AUSTIN AP The LPGAs only Texas tour stop is once again looking for a new cor porate sponsor after designer and former swimsuit model Kathy Ireland withdrew after one leaving the tournaments future in Harvey Ponick Invitational chairman Jim 1 jissiter said hes talking to other potential sponsors but acknowledged Wednesday that Cm nowhere close to making a really need a big title sponsor to keep this tournament in Im hopeful well get he Game Time Billiards International Challenge of semifi 1 on WPBA Classic Tour 2 on College Football West Virgina at 6 on Pro Football Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City on Golf European PGA BBVA Open de first round 8 and 10 on Senior PGA Tour first noon on Putt Putt on Tour first and 7 on PGA Buick first 2 on Pro Hockey Vancouver Canucks at Colorado 9 and 3 on Rodeo PgR Bud Light Cup World 9 on Lending a helping hand jaoM Photo submitted Members of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club gather for a photo after a long day of trying to clean up the youth baseball field on Fredericksburg Road in Landa Photo submitted Young baseball players lend a helping hand earlier this weeek in the efforts to clean up the youth baseball field on Fredericksburg Road in Landa Noon Lions Club cleans baseball field at Landa Park FROM STAFF REPORTS In the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club built the youth baseball field on Fredericksburg Road in Landa Over the the field has suf fered its share of wear and Joe Worl of the NB Noon has formed a com mittee to coordinate many people in the community and all of the Noon Lions to help clean up and repair the field for the youngsters of New The Noon lions want to fix up the field so that it is some thing of which all New Braunfelser can be There are Little Leaguers representing 90 Little League teams also helping to clean up the The plan to clean up the field was a coordinated effort on the part of Iris Neffendorf of the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation the Noon Lions the New Century Lions Leos Club and Optimists Butch Ott also has gra ciously volunteered to repair the plumbling prob lems at the Worls enthusiasm has extended to the and as a result New Braunfels Utilities has replaced the lights at the painted the concession stand and rerigged the flag pole to properly hoist and wave the American Efforts to help clean up the park will continue next For information or to make a call Worl at OUaims for NCAA Womens Final Four IRVING AP Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale hopes this past years league player of the year Stacey Dales will lead the team back to San Anto same city her career almost ended before it began to play her final collegiate basketball San Antonio will be host for the NCAA Final Four tourna ment in not far from the arena where Dales tore a knee ligament during her first basketball game for Okla The injury ended her freshman season and pro voked thoughts of returning to her native picked this year to defend its Big 12 champi onship title in a preseason conference coaches is working toward that return The Sooners lost to Wash ington in the third round of last years NCAA Maybe we were supposed to lose last year so that Stacey Dales could take us back to San Coale said of the returning Dales and Coale were among Big 12 coaches and players who discussed their championship hopes Wednes day at the Big 12 Womens Media Unlike this past years freshmanladen Big 12 play this season will be domi nated by upperclassman a change that coaches think will increase the caliber of an already tough We finally have the seniors and the Colorado coach Ceal Barry Speculation abounds about when a Big 12 team will advance to the Final Thats a feat that hasnt been accomplished since the incep tion of the conference in despite a perennially domi nant presence in the NCAA Scoreboard High school football THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE FOR TOPRANKED HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS Horo is this weeks schedule lor the learns ranked in Tho Associated Pross high school football poll games All games are on Friday unless otherwise noted Class 5A Galena Park North Shore 70 at Baytown Copperas Cove 70 nl Mosquito 70 Noith Lulkin 61 Tylor John Austin Wostlako 61 at Aldino Elsenhower 51 at Houston Bryan 70 at Jersey Lowisvillo 61 Abilene Coopor 70 Tho Woodlands at Spring Class 1A LEnnis 70 at Donton Ryan 70 al Corpus Christ Calallon 70 Corpus Christ Smlthson Vnlloy 70 8 Kerrvlllo Fishing Report Bay City 61 at Lamar Fort Worth Dunbar 61 Fort Worth Stephenvillo 52 at North Kerrville Tivy 70 at 4 Smlthson Texarkana Texas High 61 at Highland Park 61 Mesquite Class 3A Forney 70 at Everman 70 Abilene Wylie 70 at 10 Sinton 70 George Cameron Yoo 70 Commerce 61 at Royse Graham 70 La Grange 52 at Alvarado 61 at Sweetwater 61 3 Abilene Class 2A Cellna 70 Arp 70 Farmorsville 70 Caddo Rogers 70 Reluglo 51 at Kames Sonora 61 Alto 70 at Hamilton 70 Spearman 61 at Mart 52 Class 1A Stratford 70 at Roscoe 70 Silver Beckville 61 Celeste 60 Quinlan Iraan 70 Windthorst 61 Mount Enterprise 61 at Price Nazareth 61 Petrolia 61 at Burkeville 33 at Apple Wednesdays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press American League CLEVELAND dub options for 2002 on Charlie and 2003 on LHP Ricardo Declined to exercise the 2002 club options on RHP Dave LHP Scott Radinsky and OF Juan National League HOUSTON the retire ment of INF Bill National Basketball Association ATLANTA C Ivano F Ira Newbill and G Scoonie TORONTO F Mark National Football League CLEVELAND DB Dyshod Carter from the practice Waived DB Brandon Signed DB Earthwind Moreland to the practice DETROIT WR Germane Crowell on injured Waived DE Atonzo Signed WR Bert WASHINGTON REDSKINSSkjned PR Eric National Hockey League ATLANTA F Darcy Hordichuk from Chicago of the CHICAGO D Chris McAlplne from Norfolk of the AHL COLLEGE BRIGHAM YOUNGSigned Steve mens basketball to a contract AUSTIN AP Horo is the weekly fishing report as compiled lor tho Toxas Parks and Wildlilo Department tor Report also available on Wob us CENTRAL BASTROP LCHA has closed the lake for an Indefinite period camping and oilier facilities remain For more Information go to BELTON Water doming 71 dogroes Black bass are slow on lop Hybrid slripor are slow on chartreuse While bass are good on slabs and jigs In 40 Grapple aro good on min Channel and blue catfish aro slow on stinkball Yellow cat fish aro slow on trolllnos trailed with chicken BROWNWOOD Wutor clear 70 degrees 3 low Black bass to 5 pounds aro lair on spinnoibaits and soft plastics In 510 Sliipod buss to 7 pounds are good on white RatL Traps In 10 30 White bass to 1 pound are lair on slabs and spools in 10 20 Crapple are slow on live minnows and blue tube jigs in 3 10 Cliannol and bluo cattish aro good on choesobait and Yellow catfish aie slow on live BUCHANAN Water clear 70 degrees 1014 Black bass aro very good on wliito titanium RatLTraps and Devils Tongues on diopsliot or splitsliot tigs nlong points and Hats in 4 10 Striped bass lire very good drilling live bull and trolling Curbs striper jigs In 1020 feot alsu sorno topwater action on threadlin Boikloy topwaloi wliito Curbs bucktails or vertically jigging Piik White bass aro lair to good trolling Shad cusling Spin Traps or jigging chartreuse Pirk Minnows and 2 Lill Fisliio Crappie are fair on min nows and solid body Tube Jigs over No report on channel Flalhoaii und bluo cattish aro fair to good on CANYON LAKE Water clear 70 degrees 910 Black bass are good on while titanium crankbaits and Devils Tongues on dropshot rigs along 814 toot breaklines and In secondary crook channels all Striped bass are lair to good dulling livo bull or vertically jigging Piik Minnows or white bucktuils along doepwator blulls in 20 40 foot some top water action on Pencil RatLTtaps and bucktall White boss aio fair but best In schooling action on 2 Utl Flshto 3 Terminator InLlne Spinners and wliito Smallmouth bass are good on chartreuse TinyT spinner Devils Tongues and smoke twin tail grubs in 6 14 Crapple are fair on minnows and Curbs crapple jigs tight to stand ing timber Channel catfish are fair on liver and Yellow and blue catfish are good on trotlines with live bait Water 12 low All boat ramps are Crappie are good on minnows and COLORADO RIVER Al Colorado Bend State Park Water murky Black bass are Striped bass are White bass are Crapple are tair on minnows and white tube Channel and blue catfish to 30 pounds are very good on Yellow cat fish to 20 pounds are very good on trotlines with live DECKER WALTER Water dean 85 degrees Black bass are good on topwators and soft plastic Hybrid striper are good on shrimp and White bass are stow on min Crappie are good on minnows and small jigs in 18 20 Channel and blue catfish are good on shrimp arid punchbait In 25 Yellow cattish to 12 pounds are fair on FAYETTE LCRA has dosed the lake for an indefinite period camping and othei facilities remain For more information go to Water stained to 70 degrees 16 tow Black bass aro slow on soft plastic worms and Striped bass to 6 pounds are stow on 3 4 live shad and perch around Indian Harbor and Striper Alley suspended at 16 18 feet In 30 While bass are slow on silver slabs and minnows near the Crapple are stow on minnows around Catfish to 36 pounds are fair on cheesebalt and btoodbait a the Bridge Harbor GRANGER Water stained 67 degrees Black bass are White bass are stow on main take humps and windy Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs In 12 15 Channel and blue catfish aro fair on shrimp dritt fishing flats on the main Yellow catfish are good on trotlines baited with live bait in the LBJ Water stained 69 degrees Black bass to 5 pounds are good on white or silver titanium spinnerbalts and RatLTraps on creek points and pitching watermelon 4 Super Tube Heavies to docks and White bass are fair to good trolling along breaklinos on channel turns and casting or trolling chartreuse Pirk 3 Terminator InLlne spinnerbalts and 2 Lifl Fishie Shads In pockets and Crapple are fair to good on minnows and tube jigs in brushpiles and on bridge Channel catfish are Yellow and blue catfish to 12 pounds are fair to good on jugKnes with live NAVARRO MILLS Water murky 69 degrees Black bass are stow on jigs and shad pattern medium diving White bass are stow on spoons and live Crapple are stow on Channel and blue catfish are stow on night Yellow catfish are stow on perch and PROCTOR Water murky 85 degrees 3 tow Black bass are stow on Texasrigged red shad Striped bass are fair on shad and white or chrome Model Crapple are stow on jigs In 10 Channel and blue catfish are stow on trotlines baited with YeHow catfish are stow on perch and SOMERVULE Water 71 degrees Black bass are Hybrid striper are air on cranKbaits and RatLTraps early and White bass are good on white and chartreuse Rat crankbarts and topwaters Crapple are stow on minnows and Channel and blue catfish are lair on Yellow catfish are SQUAW CREEK The lake has been closed until further STILLHOUSE Water dean 82 degrees Black bass are good on shiny topwaters and White bass are good on min nows and white Crappie are good on minnows at Long Channel and blue catfish are good on Yellow catfish are TRAVIS Water 73 degrees Black bass to 6 pounds are good on P J Pops early and white spinnerbalts and red worms aU day in 5 15 Striped bass are White bass to 1 pound are stow on white grubs and minnows at night in 10 25 Crapple to pounds are good on minnows and pink tube jigs under docks In 10 20 Channel and blue catfish to 5 pounds are air on shrimp and nlghlcrawters In coves In 15 35 Yellow catfish are WHITNEY Water stained 71 degrees a tow Black bass to 6 pounds are fair on crankbarts and soft plastic worms In 8 12 feel Striped bass to 10 pounds aro good on live bait some topwaler action Crapple to 12 Inches are stow on minnows and jigs In 15 20 White bass to pounds are lair on topwaters Channel catfish to 10 pounds are good on ntghtcrawtefs and prepared baits In 26 36   

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