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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 28, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A HKUALDZlilTUNG November 28 2001 SPORTS Too To report scores and call 6259144 223 or email email@example.com. Sports Shorts Houston Rockets HOUSTON AP Rockets star Steve Francis will be out four to six weeks because of un injury to his left coach Rudy Tomjanovich said Rockets spokesman Nelson Luis told The Associated Press that doctors were still evalu ating Francis late Tuesday He said an official diagnosis had not yet been Francis left late in the third quarter of Sundays game with the Clippers at Los Angeles after reaggravating his injured An MR1 on Monday determined he had suf fered a stress injury to the tissue that attach es the heel to the Kings Rockets 84 HOUSTON AP Peja Stojakovic scored 24 including four free throws the final as the Sacramento Kings held off the undermanned Houston Rockets 8984 Tuesday Sacramento led by as many as 15 in the but Moochie Norris scored 12 points in a 216 run that knotted the score at 6464 with to play in the Stojakovic hit two free throws with 36 sec onds to play for an 8580 then hit two more with seven seconds to Houston got a careerhigh 20 points from Oscar whose previous best was Mavericks Warriors 106 DALLAS AP Michael Finley matched his careerhigh with 39 points and Dirk Nowitzki added 33 as the Dallas Mavericks came back from a 21point deficit to stretch their winning streak to four games with a 116106 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday Dallas used a 3317 thirdquarter including eight points by Finley during an 11 2 run over the final of the third to go in front for Tim Hardaways 3pointer with sec onds left in the third quarter broke a 79all tie and gave the Mavericks their first Game lime Auto Racing NHRAAuto Club of Southern California 3 on Mens College Basketball Wisconsin at Georgia 6 on Michigan State at on Indiana at North 8 and 2 on Florida State at on Pro Basketball Washington Wizards at Philadelphia 7 on Golden State Warriors at San Antonio on Billiards International Challenge of semifi 6 on Bowling PWBA Bowling from Las midnight on Golf Asian final 10 on Spirit International Amateur 3 on European PGA Hong Kong first 1 on Motorcycle Racing Grand National Cross 11 on Rodeo PRCA Wrangler Prorodeo on Rugby England South 3 on Skiing World Cup Skiing Mens Giant 11 on Sports Calendar CHS Sports Banquet The Canyon Athletic Booster Club will have its Fall Sports Banquet at 6 Thursday in the Canyon High Tickets are on sale at the school Adult plates are and student plates are cross foot cheerleading and trainers will be For call the school office at NB Junior Basketball The 2002 New Braunfels Junior Basketball League will have try outs Saturday for boys and girls of all The boys will tryout from 9 ton 4 at the Canyon High School Sixth grade boys will tryout from 9 to 11 fifth grade boys will tryout from to and 7A JESSIE Marions Elesa Ivicic chases after a ball during the Lady Bulldogs 4136 win over the Navarro Lady Panthers at 7A a layup on Marions next pos session to make it Hildebrand came right back for Navarro and was fouled going to the She was fouled on Navarros next pos session as but only hit two out of four free throws to pull Navarro to within On the next Hilde brand tied the game at 1313 with a softtouch jump shot from the free throw Marion responded when Miles stole a rebound and put the ball back up for an easy two Jessica Lackey was fouled on Marions next possession and she dropped in two free throws to put Marion up 17 The Lady Bulldogs would hold onto the fourpoint lead and led 2117 at We didnt shoot free throws Navarro head coach Darrell Harborth That definitely killed consider ing we Navarro lost the game by only five We also had some foul trouble in the second period that caused us to not be able to press like we wanted On top of we couldnt stop their press and we turned the ball over way too Navarro kept hanging tough in the second but still had trouble pressing the ball and not This caused problems for the Lady Down 2721 with left in j the third Neighbors hit two free throws to pull Navarro to within Jes sica Rutledge extended Mari ons lead to begin the fourth period of play on a baseline jumpshot and then Lackey i added another bucket to give Marion a 3123 Navarro fell behind by as many as 12 points in the fourth but rallied back late to lose by only Jen nifer Boettner hit three free throws in the remaining minute of the We played good defense and our pressing caused a lot of turnovers for Klucinec That was probably a turning point in the game for The girls were working really well with going a press into a 34 halfcourt defense into a mantoman defense later in the We try to throw a lot of different looks at teams Marions next game will be Friday at the Marion Tourna The Lady Bulldogs will play Devine at Navarro plays Thursday at the Yorktown Early were going to have to weather the storm a little Simms Its simi lar to Nebraska in We beat them here and they came out and jumped on us early It was Oh we might get blown Theyre going to come out with that same Were just going to have to do a better job of being able to contain it and keep ourselves composed through it Texas made it look easy in when Cedric Benson ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns and Simms passed for three In both the regularseason wins over the title game Texas got a huge boost from Against the Longhorns turned two firsthalf fumbles into 10 points en route to a 247 halftime preventing the Buffs from getting their running game While there are similarities to there also are many For Texas is a better team than it was two years Brown the Long horns are coming off a 217 road win over rival Texas instead of a 2016 The 99 Longhorns followed the losses to and Nebraska with a blowout loss to Arkansas in the Cotton We were on a real downer when we lost to Brown We walked in there with less confidence than we have right Preparing for this will be just as hard as it was What worked six weeks ago might not work on Weve already played them and put our best stuff on them and now what do you do Brown Now you have to change every Saturdays game marks the third straight year the Big 12 title game is a rematch from the regular Last Oklahoma had to beat a Kansas State team it had already handled during the regular Brown said given the power structure of the its a trend thats likely to To win your said who has never won a league titlein his pre vious 17 seasons as a head it looks like youre going to have to beat a team Scoreboard MHL Philadelphia Pittsburgh New Jersey Toronto Ottawa Boston Montreal Buffalo Carolina Tampa Bay Washington Florida Atlanta NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T OL Pts GF GA 33 69 55 30 73 72 64 50 Colorado 11 12 1 0 23 50 51 Pacific Division W L T OLPts GF GA Islanders 15 5 2 1 Rangers 149 1 1 San Los 10 7 5 0 25 9 9 3 2 23 47 57 54 57 Note Two points for a one point for a tie and overtime Montreal at 6 Louis at 6 Boston at Atlanta at Tampa Florida at 7 Dallas at Nashville at 8 Edmonton at Los Pittsburgh at San Note One point for loss In overtime or Overtime or Shootout losses are only denoted in the OTL not the loss col Tuesdays Game Austin at San Antonio Wednesdays Games San Antonio at Corpus Christl Amarillo at Tulsa 9 8 2 2 22 Northeast Division W L T OL Pts GF GA 13 6 2 3 31 67 53 12 7 3 0 27 74 55 11 7 3 2 27 54 52 11 8 2 1 25 55 57 10 13 1 1 22 65 64 Southeast Division W L T OLPts GF GA 2 28 62 67 1 20 MHL Transactions 11 9 4 9 11 1 9 12 2 0 20 6 12 2 3 17 5 13 2 2 14 45 47 60 70 49 65 48 84 Detroit Chicago Louis Nashville Columbus Edmonton Calgary Vancouver Minnesota WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T OL Pts GF QA 1 42 88 58 0 30 20 3 1 12 7 6 10 8 3 1 24 9 11 3 0 21 6 12 5 1 18 75 70 56 51 63 65 47 68 Northwest Division W L T OL Pts GF GA 14 7 3 1 32 69 49 13 4 4 2 32 69 53 11 13 2 0 24 69 67 9 9 4 2 24 63 72 Sundays Games Tampa Bay Carolina 0 Dallas Minnesota 3 Columbus Calgary 3 Anaheim Rangers 2 Chicago Detroit tie Vancouver Philadelphia 1 Mondays Games No games scheduled Tuesdays Games Tampa Bay at Boston Rangers at Buffalo Phoenix at Columbus Washington at Islanders Calgary at Detroit Atlanta at Montreal New Jersey at Pittsburgh Carolina at Toronto Ottawa at Louis Vancouver at Minnesota Florida at Colorado Nashville at San Jose Wednesdays Games Buffalo at 6 Carolina at 6 Vancouver at Edmonton at Thursdays Games CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUE NORTHERN CONFERENCE Northeast Division W L OTLRs GF GA Memphis 13 2 1 27 60 40 Fort Worth 8 81 17 50 54 Shreveport 7 80 14 46 51 Indianapolis 4 93 11 50 58 Northwest Division W L OTL Ms GF GA Oklahoma City 10 3 3 23 58 45 Amarillo 8 72 18 52 56 Wichita 7 91 15 48 64 Tulsa 4 10 0 8 35 49 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Southeast Division W L OTL Pts GF GA Austin 12 4 0 24 61 41 San Antonio 11 5 0 22 69 47 SanAngelo 10 7 0 20 55 60 Corpus Christl 5 7 5 15 42 54 Southwest Division W L OTL Pts GF GA New Mexico 11 6 0 22 50 42 Odessa 9 53 21 46 36 El Paso 8 81 17 48 57 Lubbock 4 85 13 47 63 Tuesdays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press American League CHICAGO WHITE INF Herbert Perry to the Texas Rangers for a player to be Signed OF Julio Ramirez to a oneyear contract and assigned him outright to Charlotte of the International NEW YORK the retire ment of 3B Scott TEXAS OF Kelly Dransfeldt for Signed INF Santiago Perez and RHP Fernando to minor league National Basketball Association DALLAS F Johnny Waived C Ruben Placed G Greg Buckner on the Injured National Football League ATLANTA LB Antony Jordan on Injured Signed DT Ron Moore from the practice Signed LB Shane Elam to the practice GREEN BAY TE Tyrone Davis from the physlcallyunabletoperform Waived S Billy MIAMI CB Zebble fourth grade boys will tryout from 2 to 4 The girls will tiyout at Frazier Elementary Gym from 11 to 4 Sixth grade girls will try out from 9 to 11 fifth grade girls will tryout from to and fourth grade girls will tiyout from 2 to 4 For call Billy Stanley at MBLL early registration Early bird registration for New Braunfels Little League will take place from 6 to 8 4 at the Seele Elementary School Leagues offered include girls T ball boys Tball 5 machine pitch Little League Junior League 13 Senior League Big League girls fastpitch 8 18 and challenger division 618 special needs Early bird registration fee is less than regular and late regis tration Regular registration will take place 17 and Late registration will take place after For call Jon Ellis at The Ninth annual 5K Jingle Bell Run will take place 8 at Landa The adult race will start at 9 and the childrens race will begin at The start and finish areas are both in the The postrace party will be locat ed near the finish The race will be divided into 5 year age groups with awards given to the top three finishers in each age There will be awards for overall men and women and masters men and Early registration is and raceday registriation is Registration packets can be picked up at Physical Therapy Tshirts are guaranteed to all early All proceeds from the run will benefit the Comal County Outreach For call Scott Wood at 830 For call 6293817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, Mens softball tournament I The December classic Just Bring It mens open softball tour nament will take place Sunday at I Comal Parks softball Entry fee is per I ASA umpires will be For call Daniel Chapa at 8322008 or Si Nick Junior Golf Tourney Girls fastpitch tournament The Nick Junior Golf Tournament will take place 16 at Sundance Golf Course Entry fee is and golfers must register by 5 Tee times are set for 1 The 18hole division tourna ment will be a strokeplay format and the 9hole division tourna ment will be a twoperson scram ble Girls 12andunder and 18and under softball teams are needed for the 2001 Texas Holiday Fastpitch Classic and the 2001 Santas Softball Showdown Both tournaments will take place at the softball quadraplex at Max Starcke Park in For call 409 744
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