New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 23, 2003, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, Sports Shorts-► SVHS junior varsity boys soccer The Smithson Valley junior varsity boys soccer team defeated Brackenridge and San Antonio Reagan this past week. In a 12-1 win over Brackenridge, Smithson Valley scored seven times in the first half and five times in the second half. Nolan Campbell scored a hat trick, Andrew Sendejo punched in two goals, Kyle Harper tallied two goals and Danny McCutchen added two goals. Scott Bowman had a goal and an assist, Matt Hoskins scored a goal and Joe Ermis scored on an assist from David Sweet. Less than five minutes into the game against Reagan, Sendejo scored for the Rangers to take a 1-0 lead. Reagan scored on a penalty kick before Sendejo scored again with less than three minutes left in the first half. Then, with only one second remaining before halftime, Sendejo scored his third goal of the first half. In the second half. Bowman and Campbell scored to extend the lead to 5-1.► Francis sidelined with back injury HOUSTON (AP) — Houston Rockets guard Steve Francis sat out Saturday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies with a sore lower back. He will be reevaluated on Monday prior to a game at Boston. Francis, who missed his first game of the season, had been bothered by the back condition in Houston’s three previous games. The Rockets lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 106-99 in overtime Tuesday, beat Phoenix 107-89 Wednesday and lost to Dallas 100-85 Friday night. “I think its overuse more than anything,” Rockets trainer Keith Jones said. “It’s cumulative from getting slammed on the floor so much. It was sore at L.A., and he really struggled at Phoenix.” Francis played against Dallas but struggled late in the game. “Since we have so many games coming up, as much as I want to play, its not the smart thing to do,” Francis said. “It shows I’ve matured. Two years ago, I would have played regardless and probably would have been worse later in the season.” Moochie Norris started in place of Francis.Game Time► On TV Auto Racing NASCAR Subway 400, 11:30 a.m. on KABB. Men s College Basketball Syracuse at Michigan State, 1 p.m. on KENS. Kansas at Oklahoma, 3 p.m. on KENS. Virginia at Wake Forest, 6 p.m. on FXSN. Women’s College Basketball Texas Christian at Tulane, 1 p.m. on ESPN2. Penn State at Minnesota, 3 p.m. on ESPN2. Pro Basketball Dallas Mavericks at Washington Wizards, 11:30 a.m. on KSAT. Pro Football Arena Football, 2 p.m. on WOAI. Golf European PGA Malaysian Open, final round, 8 a.m. on GOLF. PGA Nissan Open, final round, 2:30 p.m. on KSAT. Canadian Golf Tour TravelTex.com Challenge, final round, 3 p.m. on GOLF. European Ladies ANZ Masters, final round, 7 p.m. on GOLF. Pro Hockey Dallas Stars at Chicago Blackhawks, 5 p.m. on ESPN2. New York Rangers at Colorado Avalanche, 7:30 p.m. on ESPN. Sports Calendar -Scoreboard —►College basketball SATURDAY S MEN S COLLEGE BASKETBALL MAJOR SCORES EAST Brown 70, Cornell 62 Connecticut 77, St. John s 69 Delaware 73, Old Dominion 63 George Washington 76. La Salle 67 Hartford 67, Albany, N Y. 53 Miami (Ohio) 63. Buffalo 35 Monmouth, N J. 69, Robert Moms 67 N C -Wilmington 75, Towson 51 Niagara 83. Fairfield 79 Penn 67, Dartmouth 52 Pittsburgh 86. Rutgers 65 Princeton 67. Harvard 66 Providence 70, Villenova 60 Sacred Heart 78, Mount St Mary’s, Md 70 Saint Joseph s 76, St. Bonaver tore 72 Seton Hall 68, West Virginia 64 St. Francis, NY 142, Long Island U. 140,20T St. Francis, Pa 60, Fairleigh Dickinson 66 Va Commonwealth 80, Hotstra 77 Vermont 60, Boston U. 53 Wagner 76. UMBC 65 Yale 71, Columbia 59 SOUTH Alabama 76, Tennessee 71 Alcorn St. 79. Alabama AAM 71 Auburn 80, Mississippi 75 Belmont 81, Gardner-Webb 73 Birmingham-Southern 53, Liberty 50 Charlotte 71, East Carolina 66 Chattanooga 79, Co# of Charleston 78. OT Clemson 74. Florida St 60 Coastal Carolina 68, N C.-Asheville 55 Davidson 94. Appalachian St 81 Delaware St 69. Coppin St. 65 Drexel 78. William & Mary 62 Duke 79, N C State 68 ETSU 89. W Carolina 86 Elon 84, Radford 74 Florida 77, Vanderbilt 74, OT Furman 69, Wofford 66 Georgetown 74, Miami 72 Georgia 79. South Carolina 66 Georgia Southern 64, The Citadel 63 Hampton 83. Florida AAM SO Illinois St. 57, Marshall 53 Jackson St. 80, Grambling St. 75 Jacksonville 73. Stetson 59 James Madison 57. George Mason 52 LSU 75, Arkansas 56 Maryland 96. North Carolina 56 Md -Eastern Shore 91, N Carolina AAT 79 Memphis 73, South Florida 66 Mercer 69, BCF 66 Middle Tennessee 80, Fla. International 70 Morehead St. 77, Murray St. 74 N Iowa 76, Louisiana Teen 71 Norfolk St. 61, Bethune-Cookman 48 Northwestern St 83, Louisiana-Monroe 78 Richmond 70, Rhode Island 69, OT S. Carolina St. 90, Howard 81 SE Louisiana 74, McNeese St. 67 Samtord 63, Campbell 44 Southern Miss 76. Tulane 72 Southern U. 57, Alabama St. 54, OT Term -Martin 78, E Kentucky 70 Tennessee Tech 101, Tennessee St 72 Troy St 76, Florida Atlantic 66 UAB 80, Houston 52 VMI 61. U NC-Greensboro 60 W Kentucky 84, Ball St 79 MIDWEST Austin Peay 63, SE Missoun 56 Butler 69, Youngstown St. 60 Cent Michigan 87, N. Illinois 75 Cincinnati 101, Louisville 80 Creighton 67, Fresno St. 66 Drake 81, Evansville 73 E. Michigan 76, Toledo 73 Hawaii 79, Kent St. 78 III -Chicago 83, Bowling Green 72 Illinois 73, Northwestern 61 Ind.-Pur -Ft. Wayne 84, Wright St. 61 Iowa St. 64, Kansas St 61 Loyola of Chicago 77, Cleveland St. 72 Minnesota 77, Penn St. 62 Notre Dame 98, Virginia Tech 76 Oakland. Mich. 89. W Illinois 79 Ohio 79, W Michigan 72, 20T Ohio St. 52, Purdue 44 S. Illinois 66. Wis -Milwaukee 64 S. Utah 70, Chicago St. 54 SW Missoun St. 54. Bradley 52 Saint Louis 62, DePaul 61 Valparaiso 77, Ind -Pur -Indpls 71 Wichita St. 72. Indiana St 63 Wisconsin 61, Iowa 53 Xavier 73. Dayton 72 SOUTHWEST Ark-Ptne Bluff 58, Texas Southern 54 Baylor 78, Nebraska 64 Lamar 60, Texas-Arfington 58 Louisiana-Lafayette 85. Ark.-Little Rock 81 MV SU 75, Prairie View 72. OT Marquette 79, TCU 68 New Mexico St. 82, Arkansas St 67 Oklahoma St. 82, Texas 77 SMU 73, Rice 63 Sam Houston St. 69, Stephen F Austin 62 Scum Alabama 70, North Texas 60 Texas AAM-Corpus Christi 73, Centenary 69 Texas Tech 70. Texas AAM 69 UMKC 91, Oral Roberts 86, 20T FAR WEST Arizona 92, Arizona St. 72 Boise St 69, UTEP 52 CS Northridge 77, Long Beach St. 71 Cal St.-Fullerton 62, Idaho 59. 20T Colorado 89, Missoun 68 E Washington 72, Portland St. 58 Idaho St. 90. Sacramento St. 83 Montana 66, Montana St. 63 Nevada 74, San Jose St. 66 Pepperdine 94, Loyola Marymount 71 San Diego St. 67, Air Force 53 Stanford 93, UCLA 84 UC Irvine 78, Pacific 73. OT UC Riverside 72. Utah St 65 UNLV 74, New Mexico 69 Washington 78, Oregon 66 Washington St. 75, Oregon St. 71 Weber St 79, N. Arizona 64 Wyoming 62. Colorado St. 60 SATURDAY S WOMEN S COLLEGE BASKETBALL MAJOR SCORES EAST Rutgers 93, Georgetown 52 West Virginia 68, St. John's 59 SOUTH Alcorn St 74, Alabama AAM 57 Belmont 67, Gardner-Webb 43 Bethune-Cookman 61, Norfolk St. 59 Birmingham-Southern 63, Coastal Carolina 51 Campbell 60, Samtord 50 Chattanooga 87, Appalachian St. 73 Davidson 70, ETSU 57 Delaware St 84, Coppin St 56 Georgia Southern 74, Wofford 59 Georgia St 91, Jacksonville St 70 Grambling St 86, Jackson St 79, OT Hampton 69, Florida AAM 59 High Point 77, Winthrop 66 Howard 81, S. Carolina St. 75 Jacksonville 60, Mercer 59 Liberty 74, Elon 66 Louisiana-Lafayette 55, Ark -Little Rock 53 Miami 77, Providence 64 Middle Tennessee 61. Fla. International 57 Morehead St. 81, Murray St. 73 N. Carolina AAT 63, Md.-Eastern Shore 57 New Orleans 61, Denver 44 North Texas 60, South Alabama 57 Northwestern St. 75, Louisiana-Monroe 71 SE Louisiana 57, McNeese St. 55 Southern U. 60, Alabama St. 58 Tenn.-Martin 88. E. Kentucky 80 Tennessee Tech 81, Tennessee St. 58 Troy St. 75, Stetson 67 UCF 78, Florida Atlantic 77 Villanova 71, Virginia Tech 61 W, Carolina 64, UNC-Greensboro 54 MIDWEST Austin Peay 80, SE Missouri 78 Ball St. 87. W. Michigan 76 Baylor 77, Kansas 61 Bowling Green 65, Akron 62 Buffalo 64, Cent Michigan 54 Chicago St. 77, S. Utah 72 III -Chicago 84, Detroit 81, OT Indiana St. 87, Evansville 70 Kansas St. 88. Texas AAM 49 Loyola of Chicago 78, Cleveland St. 73 N Iowa 77, Wichita St. 58 Ohio 80, Marshall 66 S. Illinois 74, Illinois St. 69 SW Missouri St. 65. Bradley 63 Toledo 66. E Michigan 55 Valparaiso 66, Ind.-Pur.-lndpte. 56 W Illinois 83. Oakland, Mich 54 Wis.'-Green Bay 75. Wis -Milwaukee 50 Youngstown St. 80, Butler 74, OT SOUTHWEST Louisiana Tech 85, Tulsa 66 MVSU 49. Prairie View 46 Oklahoma 61, Iowa St. 48 Rice 68, SMU 48 Stephen F.Austm 73, Sam Houston St. 55 Texas 86, Nebraska 54 Texas AAM-Corpus Christi 82, Lipscomb 68 Texas Southern 78, Ark -Pine Bluff 65 Texas Tech 83, Oklahoma St 48 Texas-Arlington 65, Lamar 41 Texas-San Antonio 63, SW Texas 56 UMKC 76, Oral Roberts 71 FAR WEST Arizona 72, Arizona St. 52 BYU 87, San Diego St. 56 California 60. Southern Cal 50 Colorado 69, Missoun 48 E Washington 65, Portland St. 45 Fresno St. 54, Hawaii 51 Gonzaga 64, Portland 50 Idaho 67, Cal St.-Fullerton 53 Idaho St. 70, Sacramento St. 67 Long Beach St. 75, CS Northridge 66 N Anzona 68, Weber St 65 New Mexico 74, Colorado St. 54 New Mexico St 73, Arkansas St. 58 Oregon St 62, Washington St. 46 Pacific 57, UC Irvine 53 Pepperdine 76, Loyola Marymount 63 San Diego 76, San Francisco 72 San Jose St. 77, Nevada 52 Santa Clara 73, St Mary’s, Cal 68 Stanford 79, UCLA 61 Utah 58, UNLV 39 Washington 75, Oregon 59 Wyoming 78, Air Force 49 ►NBA NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (All times COT) Atlantic Division W    L    Pct    GB New Jersey    37    19    661    — Boston    31    24    564    51/2 Philadelphia    30    24    556    6 Orlando    27    29    482    10 Washington    26    28    481    10 New York    23    31    426    13 Miami    19    36    345    17 1/2 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB Detroit    37    18    .673    — Indiana    37    19    661    1/2 New Orleans    31    27    534    7 1/2 Milwaukee    28    27    509    9 Atlanta    20    34    .370    16 1/2 Chicago    19    38    .333    19 Toronto    17    36    .321    19 Cleveland    10    45    .182    27 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W    L    Pct    GB Dallas    43    12    782    — San Antonio    38    17    .691    5 Minnesota    35    21    625    81/2 Utah    33    22    600    10 Houston    29    26    .527    14 Memphis    16    38    296    26 1/2 Denver    12    44    .214    31 1/2 Pacific Division W    L    Pct    GB Sacramento    38    18    .679    — Portland    35    20    .636    2 1/2 Phoenix    30    25    545    71/2 LA Lakers    29    25    537    8 Golden State    25    30    .455    12 1/2 Seattle    23    30    434    13 1/2 LA Clippers    19    34    358    17 1/2 Friday s Games Toronto 92, Phoenix 89 Orlando 110, Chicago 96 Washington 89, New Jersey 86 Philadelphia 119, Cleveland 99 Dallas 100, Houston 85 Minnesota 103, Detroit 96 New Orleans 125, Memphis 123, OT Seattle 88, Milwaukee 58 Golden State 111. New York 107 LA. Lakers 92, Portland 84 Saturday s Games New Orleans 93, Detroit 91 Miami 100. Chicago 90 Houston 93, Memphis 82 San Antonio 105, Indiana 96 Utah 99, Denver 89 Milwaukee 93, Portland 90 Atlanta at LA. Clippers Sunday s Games Dallas at Washington, 11:30 a m Orlando at New Jersey. 2 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota. 2:30 p.m. Cleveland at Philadelphia, 5 p m New York at Sacramento, 8 p m Atlanta at Golden State. 8 pm Seattle at LA. Lakers, 8:30 p m. Monday s Games Houston at Boston, 6 p m. Utah at Memphis. 7 p m. Minnesota at Milwaukee, 7 p m. Phoenix at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Golden State at Denver, 8 p m Detroit at Seattle, 9 p m.► Canyon Athletic Booster Club The Canyon Athletic Booster Club’s meeting takes place at 7 p.m. Monday in the Ben Hardy Cougar Den. For information, call 606-1850.► A&M Chib golf tournament The Comal County Texas A&M Club sponsors its Third Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament March 3 at The Bandit. The tournament is a four-person scramble format and registration is $80 per player. Single golfers are welcome. Entry fee includes green fees, range balls, lunch provided by Rudy’s BBQ and refreshments served on the course. Registration opens at 10:30 a.m., lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. and a shotgun start tees off at 12:30 p.m. For information, contact Kyle Dicke at 626-3590 or visit aggien* et.tamu.edu/comalamc.►WinterTexan Shootout The Winter Texan Shootout at Landa Park Golf Course tees off at 9 a.m. March IO. The tournament will be a four-person scramble with a $15 entry fee per player. Registration deadline is 5 p.m. March 7 at luanda Park Golf Course. For information, call 608-2174.►John Newcombe Tennis Ranch John Newcombe Tennis Ranch now offers two Spring Tennis Camp Programs for ages 8-18 and all skill levels during March 9-14. The Outback Adventure camp includes rappelling, rock climbing, high/low ropes activities and much more for ages 10-16. The price for both camps is $350 for 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday-Friday. For information, call Amanda Thomas at 625-6105.► Civic Leader Invitational The Fourth Annual Civic Leader Invitational takes place March 23 at Sundance Golf Course. Dinner will be provided by the new Los Cucos Mexican Cafe after the tournament. The format for the tournament is am 18-hole, 2-person scramble where a civic leader is paired with a jumor. Central Texas Junior Golf Association volunteers are compiling a list of adult golfers who want to play with juniors in this event. Juniors can then select a partner from the list. Juniors also can invite a civic leader who is not on the list. Each participant — adults and juniors — are asked to complete a short “bio” to help introduce themselves to their playing partner. Bio forms are available online at www.texas-j umorgolfer.com. It is the junior’s responsibility to invite the adult to partner with the junior in this event. The fee to compete in this tournament is $12 for juniors (walking) and $25 (includes cart) for adults. For information, call Sundance at 629-3817.► George Foster basebal clinic Former Cincinnati Red and Major League All-Star George Foster, will be in New Braunfels March 15-16 conducting a baseball instructional clinic. Foster and fellow Baseball Factory instructors Kelly Kulina and Steve Sciafani, will conduct the clinic at Canyon High School. Foster, Kulina and Sciafani also will conduct a free seminar on col lege recruiting 7-10 p.m. March 15 at the Hawthorne Suites. Space is limited for the clinic and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Cost is $150. For information, call 660-6484 or 606-0713.► CHS Winter Sports Banquet The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club Winter Sports Banquet takes place at 6:30 p.m. March 20. Pictures for the video need to be turned in by Feb. 28 to the front office. There will be a tribute to the seniors. Each team needs a “team song” before Feb. 28 to play with the video. Keep in mind that the song has to be appropriate for the video. For information, call Donna Kuebel, CABO Special Events Officer, at 708-2020 or 609-2624.► Senior Center golf, auction A fishing trip for two in Southwestern Alaska will be auctioned off from 6 to 9 p.m. March 20 at the Comal County Senior Center’s 7th Annual Pre-Tburnament Golf Party. Sealed advance bids will be accepted and forms are available at the Senior Center. Non-golfers are welcome. The golf tournament takes place March 21 at Landa Park. Entry forms are available at the Senior Center located at 655 Landa Street. For information, call 606-4547.► NB Umpires Association A new association for local umpires is forming in New Braunfels. The group will be called the New Braunfels Umpire Association (NBUA). The organization will recruit and train umpires primarily for the New Braunfels Little League, covering pee-wee through senior league. For information, contact Dewitt ChurchweU at (210) 264-2900.► NB Neat select softbal The New Braunfels Heat 12-and-younger select softball team is looking for players to add to the roster for the upcoming spring tournament season. For information, call Ricky Garcia at 629-1027 or Dan Huffman at (830) 914-3345. ACP'National Champion Photo submitted New Braunfels High School freshman cheerleader Stacy Moore won the junior varsity individual National Championship at the American Cheer Power Competition in Galveston. Along with a first place trophy and a leather jacket, Moore also scored enough points to receive All-American Cheerleader status by the ACP judging panel. February 23, 2003 To report scores and highlights, call 625-9144 ext. 223 or e-mail [email protected] or fax to 606-3413 Red Raiders hold off Aggies 70-69 LUBBOCK (AP) — Texas Tech coach Bob Knight was feeling pretty good with a 10-point lead over Tbxas A&M in the second half Saturday. But the Aggies weren’t done. They chipped away, tying the score four times in the last three minutes and taking a lead before Thefts Will Chavis hit a free throw with five seconds left for a 70-69 win. “When we got up by IO, I felt pretty good but then they came right back,” Knight said. “Our defense in the last IO minutes of the game wasn’t as good as our offense was. We just didn’t do a very good job containing things.” The Red Raiders (15-8, 5-7 Big 12) held on when Bernard King’s last-second shot from midcourt bounced off the left side of the rim for the Aggies (13-10, 5-7). Andre Emmett, coming back from a one-game suspension, scored 26 points to lead Tech, which built its biggest lead at 47-37 with 14:47 remaining. The Aggies then went on a 19-7 run to take a 56-54 lead with 6:50 remaining. Kevin Turner hit two 3-pointers during the run, and Antoine Wright added one. “We had things going at that point, but we knew they wouldn't quit,” A&M coach Melvin Watkins said. ‘T knew it was going to be a game of runs and it was.” ;

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