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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B HERALDZEITUNG Saturday January SPORTS Too To report Scores and highlights call 6259144 ext 223 or email or fax to 6063413 Game Time KtaTV Mens College Basketball Syracuse at Pittsburgh 11 on ESPN IllinoisChicago at Detroit 11 am on ESPN2 Missouri at Oklahoma State on KBEJ Duke at Maryland on KSAT Michigan State at Minnesota 1 on ESPN2 Notre Dame at Kentucky 1 on KENS Oklahoma at Iowa State 3 on KBEJ Southern Illinois at Creighton 3 on ESPN2 Illinois at Indiana 3 on KENS Connecticut at North Carolina 4 on ESPN Oregon State at Oregon 4 and 4 on FXSN Xavier at Massachusetts 5 on ESPN2 Texas at Texas 7 on FXSN Stanford at Washington 2 on FXSN Womens College Basketball Seton Hall at Villanova 11 am on FXSN Baylor at Texas 1 on FXSN Oklahoma State at Texas Tech 3 on FXSN Pro Basketball Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat 7 on WGN Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks on FXSN Boxing Showtime Championship Boxing 9 on SHOW Figure Skating 2003 Championships Mens free skate 3 on KSAT 2003 Championships Ladiesfree skate 7 on KSAT College Football Senior Bowl 1 and on ESPN Golf Alfred Dunhill Championship third round 8 am and 1 am on GOLF New Zealand Open third round on GOLF PGA Sony Open third round 6 on ESPN Outdoors Basmasters 2003 Tournament Trail Part am on ESPN2 Tennis Australian Open early rounds 9 on ESPN2 1B DAVID New Braunfels guard Isaac Sanchez 5 guards Lake Travis Pete Markovich during Friday nights District 254A game at NBHS The Cavaliers defeated the Unicorns 5338 1B tried to clear the ball out of the goalie box Instead Meszler accidentally scored on his own goal to tie the game There was a lot of luck involved in this game for us but luck is a part of the Seguin head coach Todd Bishop said Any time you go in against a good team like this youve go to be With to go Whit Outlaw took a shot from 25 yards out on the left side The shot bounced off the Seguin keeper and McCutchen was there for the rebound and the gametying goal Seguin controlled the ball for most of the outset of the half At the mark Seguin took a 21 advantage when Garza scored his second goal of the night on header past the keeper that came on a pass from the right wing in the first half and Dan Fatigato beat Jeff Moore in the low post with five seconds on the clock to give Lake Travis a 2512 lead going into the locker room at halftime The Cavaliers did not turn the ball over the in the first half Not turning the ball over was easily the biggest difference for us at least in the first Jernberg said Were not a bad turnover club but we have had problems dealing with pressure at The Unicorns forced the Cava liers to turn the ball over seven times in the third quarter but NBs shooting slump continued The Uni corns connected on lof8 shot from the field and missed all five three point attempts Lake Travis took its biggest lead of the game 3817 with less than 30 seconds left in the third period Winters and Colby Strickland hit a pair of threepointes to start the fourth quarter and bring the Uni corns within 15 again 4025 Isaac Sanchez stole the ball from Pete Markovich near midcourt and finished with a layup at the other end to cut the lead to 4129 and forced Lake Travis to call a timeout After a small 60 run by the Cav aliers Sanchez hit a threepointer with three minutes left in the game and stole the ball again for another layup to make it 4735 The Cavaliers 169 overall 42 in district hit 4of6 free throws down the stretch to close it out The Unicorns who lost their first district game by more than four points finished the first half of district 24 They take on Bastrop 1313 15 at Tuesday at home We just have to take it one game at time in the second Sierra said We were outrebounded basi cally every game in the first half Fortunately we came out on top in two of Unicorns win again at Gov Cup New Braunfels 20 in pool play FROM STAFF REPORTS GEORGETOWN The New Braunfels girls soccer team moved one step closer to the championship game of the Lady Governors Cup with a 10 win over Conroe Oak Ridge Friday With a win over Mineral Wells today at 9 the Uni corns can advance to the 4A championship game in the 16 team tournament The Unicorns captured the victory with less than a niinute to play in the game Junior forward Kayla Thorn ton attack the goal to draw the Oak Ridge goalkeeper out of the box before she took a shot from 18 yards away The ball slowly rolled past the goalie and into the net for the gamewinner It was a good battle the entire game between two good teams NB head coach Al Dressen said We controlled the ball a little bit more than they did and our girls fought hard to the very end Im real ly proud of Goalkeeper Sarah Wenzel made five saves in the game to record the shutout Stop per Sarah Norris sweeper Caitlin Chrystal and defend ers Rachel Brown Christina Racanelli and Kayla Olsen assisted on the shutout NB 53 plays Mineral Wells which lost to Oak Ridge on Thursday at 9 am today in its final pool game KHS girls soccer The Canyon girls soccer team lost its first game of the season 10 to Judson in the first round of the East Central Tournament Friday We had a lot chances in the game but their goal at the 28th minute proved to be the Canyon head coach Dustin Gold said The Cougarettes 211 play Incarnate Word at 9 today in the second round and again at 1 against a team to be determined CHS boys soccer The Canyon boys soccer teams threegame win ning streak came to end Fri day with a 10 loss to Hays Hays Eddie Rodriguez scored the only goal of the game on a header with left on the clock We did not play particu lary Canyon head coach Rob Rush said We probably played our worst first half of the season Other than that I thought Zeb Vicknair played another really good game up front and hustled throughout the Senior midfielder Kevin Kelly turned his ankle with five minutes left in the game and will be reevaluated today Canyon 64 opens District 274A play against Dripping Springs at 7 Tuesday on the road STATE BANK in style since 1868 L Enter your Sausage in the Big Buck Sausage Contest Judging will be at the banquet on February 8th 2003 Banquet is being held at the Knights of Columbus Hall No Entry Fee for Sausage Contest Granzta s Meat Market Docs Guns Schwab s Sausage Bane Comal Taxidermy and Helluva Hunt Outfitter The Hunting Camp The Herald Zettung Gruudnt BBQ SkoltutTue Budweiser Alamo ByTech Foundation Guadamps Valley Communication System feed Calcium buildup Its in the details Tire of bad service high bills and equipment breakdowns on your water softener Switch to Culligan Tap into over 65 years of clean water expertise and engineering just say Hey Culligan Man Replace your broken water softener with a new Culligan system and Save 830 6268791 Not valid wilh any other offer Offer expires The Good Housekeeping Seal applies 10 drinking witter systems softener and wholehouse fillers
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