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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B January BUT WMUU eon SPORTS Too To report scores and highlights call 6259144 ext 223 or email email@example.com or fax to 6063413 Sports Shorts Mo 17 Texas 69 No 7 Texas Tech 58 AUSTIN AP Texas Jody Conradt became just the second womens basketball coach to win 800 games reaching that mile stone Wednesday night when the 17thranked Longhorns beat No 7 Texas Tech 6958 Stacy Stephens had 16 of her 20 points in the second half and Heather Schreiber had 15 points and a careerhigh 15 rebounds as Texas 124 50 Big 12 snapped Techs 15 game winning streak and stayed in first place inthe conference Jia Perkins and Plenette Pierson led Texas Tech 152 41 with 16 points each Conradt joined Tennessees Pat Summitt 802 as the only womens coaches in the 800 victory club Summitt got in Jan 14 with a win over DePaul The 61yearold Conradt is 800262 in 34 seasons with one national championship She and Summitt started the season tied at 788 wins After the final buzzer sounded Stephens dumped a bucket of confetti on her coachs head the crowd chanted Jody Jody and Longhorns players mugged for courtside television cameras Only three Division I mens coaches North Carolinas Dean Smith Kentuckys Adolph Rupp and Jim Phelan of Mount St Marys have 800 or more wins Texas Tech coach Bob Knight is close with 798 HBaylor 66 Texas 49 WACO AP Steffanie Blackmon scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Baylor to a 6649 victory over Texas on Wednesday Sophia Young and Dionne Brown added 14 and 13 points in the Lady Bear victory Baylor 133 22 Big 12 opened the sec ond half with a 134 run to take a 4222 lead and put the game out of reach Toccara Williams led Texas 88 14 with 13 points Janae Derrick added 11 points Rodriguez agree to contract ARLINGTON AP Fans savored the moment when Ivan Pudge Rodriguez one of their favorite Texas Rangers for more than 11 years played his final game with the Rangers on Sept 29 All four times he came to the plate fans greeted Rodriguez with long loud standing ovations He said he would never forget the fans and that game I know the fans are in my corner Today they showed me how much they appreciated he said Wednesday Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Lpria showed how much he appreciates Rpdriguez 31 by signing the 10time All Star catcher to a million oneyear con tract was clear to me that this was a special opportunity It was close to being a nobrain Loria said When youre dealing with a great and special opportunity and a special player there are no Game lime MnTV Mens College Basketball Wake Forest at Virginia 6 on ESPN2 Southern Methodist at Rice 7 on FXSN UCLA at Stanford on FXSN Pro Basketball Dallas Mavericks at Philadelphia 76ers on TNT New Jersey Nets at Golden State Warriors 9 on TNT Boxing Sunday Night Fights Jason Robinson vs James Toney 1 on FXSN Golf European PGA Singapore Masters first round 8 on GOLF PGA Phoenix Open first round 2 on USA College Hockey New Hampshire at Boston University 6 on FXSN Pro Hockey Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins 7 and 2 on Tennis 2003 Australian Open mens first semifinal 1 on ESPN 2003 Australian Open womens semifinal 8 on ESPN2 2003 Australian Open womens doubles final on ESPN2 Sports Calendar KHSAtMetk Booster dub melfe The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club meets at 7 Monday Jan 27 at Ben Hardy Cougar Den For information call 6061850 The second annual Smithson Valley High School All Sports Gala takes place from 7 to midnight Feb 1 at Anhalt Dancehall There will be live entertainment an auction raffle dancing and dinner by Outback Tickets are per ill I 1B K JESSIE Smithson Valleys Michael Bailey 3 drives to the basket during Wednesdays game against East Central in San Antonio 1B on the floor find the open man and make shots Chase Johnson who finished with 14 points hit 2of4 fourth quarter shots from 3point range His first came with remaining in the game and cut the lead to 5146 The Hornets who struggled to get the ball inside to Mulkey after the first quarter held on by hitting their first 9ofll free throws in the final period Smithson Valley post Josh Gre gory recorded four of his five blocked shots in the second half He also had 11 rebounds We were fortunate that we got a couple of free said Bonewitz who notched his 500th career victory as a head coach earlier this season They Smithson Valley gave us some problems inside They changed up defensively on us and we end ed up working the ball on the perimeter We could not geit the ball inside effectively because their big fellow Gregory caused some problems for Michael Bailey also came off the bench to give the Rangers eight points and five rebounds Hank Schoggin grabbed all four of his rebounds in the second quarter Brian Tullman finished with five points two steals and two rebounds Justin Hughes added three points and Ryan Slattery hauled in two rebounds and blocked a shot Smithson Valley plays San Antonio Southwest 31 at Friday at home East Central which was in a fourway tie for first place head ing into Tuesdays games plays Harlandale Friday on the road Clark ran a 40yard dash benched 380 pounds squatted 545 pounds and record ed a 23inch vertical leap at his most recent camp He is a guy that will be playing football for a very very long stated Rivals 100 recruiting expert Bobby Burton Every year there are around 10 linemen in Texas that can go anywhere in the nation and this year he is one of those guys You can look at him and just know that he is bigtime He is a very good player that is a tremendous run ranks Clark as the 26th best offensive lineman prospect in the coun try and the 62nd best pkyer in the state Approximately 280 high school football players from Texas sign national letters of intent to play at a Division IA school each year After attending the Elite camp at Colorado Alberto Garcia of BuffStampede said One player who impressed me was Corey Clark He showed great speed for a player his size and displayed exceptional Texas University President Robert Gates and newlyappointed Director of Ath letics Bill Byrne introduced Dennis Fran chione as the Aggies 26th head football coach Dec 6 When the new staff arrived at of course they had to honor the commitments given to the previous staff but they felt like Corey was a good enough lineman that they needed to Hill said Knowing the caliber of player Corey is it wasnt a shock to me I knew Coreys folks wanted if possible for him to stay in state and be closer to Franchione assumed leadership of the Texas football program from former head coach Slocum who coached the FRANCHIONE Aggies for 14 seasons before stepping down Dec 2 I certainly think he was going to play for a good program and a good staff at Col and with his change I still think thats going to happen at Texas Hill said Franchione 51 has coached football for 30 years including 20 seasons as a head coach Franchione has compiled a 155732 record percent as a head coach He ranks as the No 8 winningest active head coach in NCAA Division IA in terms of winning per centage minimum five His 155 career victories stand No 7 among active Division IA head coaches The Kansas native came to Aggieland from the Univer sity of Alabama where he served as head coach for the past two seasons Franchione also served head coaching stints at Texas Christian New Mexico 1992 Southwest Texas State Pitts burg State and South western College They coaching staff are really great people They really know what theyre Clark said You can tell just by looking at the past and the schools theyve turned around They always done a good job and hopefully they keep on doing Clark joins two other Comal County offen sive linemen at Texas including junior starting center Geoff Hangartner New Braunfels HS and sophomore reserve tackle Aldo De La Garza New Braunfels The Aggies graduated two of their 15 offensive linemen from last seasons roster and have commitments from three other high school offensive linemen including Kirk Elder 64 295 from Klein Cody Wallace 64 295 from Cuero and Chris Yoder 63 280 from King wood If Im good enough to start then they said theyll start Clark said If I end up being better than other people they already have then I have a chance to start Whatev er helps them to win games is what theyre going to Hill said the interest in Clarks official vis it to Texas this past weekend had the phone ringing off the hook There hadnt been a lot of recruiting1 up until this because I think everybody pretty much thought he was off the Hill said T think was one that he had set his heart on from way back when and it did nt look like that was going to possibility last Scoreboard KoBege basketball WEDNESDAYS MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL MAJOR SCORES EAST Boston U 94 New Hampshire 64 La Salle 78 Massachusetts 57 Saint Josephs 79 Fordnam 46 Stony Brook 72 Northeastern 67 Syracuse 83 Seton Hall 65 Temple 71 Rhode Island 68 Vermont 65 Maine 59 Vlllanova 94 Boston 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Francisco 55 Santa Clara 52 WEDNESDAYS WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL MAJOR SCORES EAST Albany 75 Binghamton 62 Boston College 72 Georgetown 60 Boston U 59 New Hampshire 47 Maine 64 Vermont 38 Manhattan 68 Fairfleld 43 Miami 79 Pittsburgh 76 Northeastern 73 Stony Brook 70 St Johns 67 Providence 62 West Virginia 67 Marshall 63 SOUTH Coastal Carolina 64 49 Liberty 71 High Point 53 Virginia Tech 66 Rutgers 64 OT Winthrop 74 Savannah St 61 MIDWEST Ball St 96 Bowling Green 71 Cleveland St 80 Wayne 65 67 Ohio 49 Indiana St 87 Evansville 70 Kent St 78 Akron 66 Missouri 65 Nebraska 53 N Illinois 49 Cent Michigan 43 Oklahoma 61 Kansas 49 Toledo 71 Buffalo 56 SOUTHWEST Baylor 66 Texas 49 Colorado 64 Oklahoma St 50 Texas 69 Texas Tech 58 TexasSan Antonio 64 Stephen 50 WESTERN Midwest San Pacific Golden MBA NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB New Jersey 28 13 683 Boston 24 18 571 4 Philadelphia 22 20 524 Oriando 23 21 523 Washington 21 20 512 7 New York 17 23 425 Miami 15 27 357 13 Central Division W L Pet GB Indiana 30 12 714 Detroit 27 14 659 New Orleans 22 20 524 8 Tuesdays Games Orlando 103 Cleveland 94 Dallas 107 Houston 86 Sacramento 109 New Jersey 102 Wednesdays Games Milwaukee 106 Boston 97 Indiana 101 Toronto 98 Oriando 94 Chicago 91 Philadelphia 92 Detroit 83 Miami 92 Phoenix 85 New York 97 Denver 88 Minnesota 96 Seattle 91 Portland 112 Atlanta 110 20T Memphis 98 San Antonio 93 Clippers at Utah Washington at New Orleans Golden State at Lakers Thursdays Games Dallas at Philadelphia Sacramento at Memphis 7 New Jersey at Golden State 9 Fridays Games Phoenix at Oriando 6 Seattle at Indiana 6 Denver at Boston Sacramento at Atlanta Dallas at New York Washington at Chicago 7 Clippers at Minnesota 7 Detroit at Houston Portland at New Orleans San Antonio at Utah 8 New Jersey at Lakers Wednesdays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press American League BOSTON RED to terms with tB David Ortiz on a oneyear contract CHICAGO WHITE to terms with RHP Rick White on a oneyear contract NEW YORK to terms with RHP Jon Lieber on a twoyear contract TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYSAgreed to terms with C Jorge Fabregas on a minor league con tract National League ATLANTA to terms with RHP Roberto Hernandez on a oneyear con tract COLORADO to terms with RHP Rich Garces on a minor league contract FLORIDA to terms with C Ivan Rodriguez on a oneyear contract National Basketball Association ATLANTA G Corey Benjamin to a 10day contract MILWAUKEE BUCKSPlaced C Joel Przybilla on the injured list Activated CF Jamal Sampson from the Injured list ORLANDO F Ryan Humphrey from the Injured list PORTLAND TRAIL C Chris Dudley from the Injured list Placed C Ruben Boumtje Boumtje on the Injured list National Football League BUFFALO CB Ronald Hardge TE Ryan Neufield RB DeMond Parker and LB Josh Stamer DENVER BRONCOSSlgned CB Jeff Brunson JACKSONVILLE Ken Anderson quarterbacks coach Alvin Reynolds defensive backs coach and Mike Haluchak linebackers coach OAKLAND TE Marcus Williams on injured reserve Signed KR Ronald Curry S Keyon Nash TE Ben Steel and TE David Lucas to the practice squad WASHINGTON Robert Nunn defensive ends coach For information call Sheri Kitchen at 830 8852905 or Laurie Johnson at 830 9809493 free throw competition The New Braunfels Knights of Columbus Council No 4183 conduces its annual free throw competition Feb 1 at the Sts Peter and Paul Church Gymnasium 386 N Castell The competition is for boys and girls ages 1014 Registration begins at 2 and participants must bring proof of age Winners advance to the district tour nament Feb 8 iii Nuw BruuiiMs For information call Tom San Miguel at 6291051 Minnow Pond at Troutfest The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department offers special activities for children from 1 to 5 at the Minnow Pond during both weekends of Troutfest which takes place Feb 12 and Feb 89 The Minnow Pond located next to the springfed pool in the Aquatic Center features fishy games and arts 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