New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 8, 2003, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung March 8, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, March 8, 2003Sports Too To report scores and highlights, call 625-9144 ext. 223 or e-mail [email protected] or fax to 606-3413 Sports Shorts > SVHS junior varsity boys soccer ; Derek Stout scored the only goal for the • Smithson Valley junior varsity boys soccer ' team on a header as the Rangers fell to the ‘ Reagan Rattlers earlier this week 5-1. ► NBHS junior varsity guts soccer The New Braunfels junior varsity girls soc-! cer team defeated Dripping Springs and 1-0 '! and Wimberley 4-0 this past week. Ramona Flume scored the only goal for the - Unicorns against Dripping Springs and goalkeeper Vicky Schaefer recorded the shutout. Against Wimberley, Erica Alvarez scored the first goal in the first IO minutes. Taylor Absher assisted Ramona Flume and Jessica Miller on a pair of goals to extend the lead to 3-0 before halftime. Flume scored again in the second half to make it 4-0. ►SE Louisiana 75, SW Texas 70 SAN MARCOS (AP) — Marcus Smith scored 24 points and Amir Abdur-Rahim added 21 to lead Southeastern Louisiana to a ‘75-70 victory against Southwest Texas Friday night. Jonathan Walker added 14 points and six rebounds for Southeastern Louisiana (11-16, 9-11 Southland). - Jeremiah Coleman led Southwest Texas '(16-11, 11-9) with eight rebounds and a career-high 31 points. Southeastern Louisiana led 36-34 at the half, going 5-of-8 from the 3-point line. UNICORNS/From 1B Game Time ► On IV Men’s College Basketball • Ohio at Kent, 11 a.m. on ESPN, i Syracuse at Georgetown, 11 a.m. on FXSW. ! Wake Forest at NC State, 12:30 p.m. on ABC. .* Connecticut at Boston College, 1 p.m. on ESPN. Big South Conference Tournament, 1 p.m. on eSPN2. ‘ Kentucky at Florida, 1 p.m. on CBS. ; Texas at Oklahoma, 2:30 p.m. on ABC. Notre Dame at Georgetown, 3 p.m. on CBS. Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, 3 p.m. on ESPN2. Southern Conference Tournament, 5 p.m. on ; ESPN2. : UNC-Charlotte at Louisville 6 p.m. on ESPN. ! Cincinnati at Memphis, 8 p.m. on ESPN. :    Golf ’ Ford Championship Third Round, 2 p.m. on NBC. Pro Hockey Colorado at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. on ESPN2. /Herald-Zeitung Canyon defender Samantha Fowler (6) blocks a New Braunfels player from getting past her during Friday’s game at Cougar Stadium. Canyon lost 3-1. SOCCER/From 1B I was like, We gotta pick it up some,"’ said Thornton, who leads the team in goals (18) and assists (30). “I don’t remember exactly what happened, but I think Whitley dumped the ball off to me and I just holed it in the back of the net.” New Braunfels then seemed to awaken out of a game-long slumber as it scored twice more in the next IO minutes. ‘We had to turn things around there at halftime and think about where we were at, what’s ahead and what we wanted to show people,” NB head coach Al Dressen said. “We got a little momentum after that first goal and it didn’t take long to score the second one.” At the 23:46 mark, NB scored on a throw-in by Thornton near the Cougar goal that Canyon’s defense never touched. The ball made its way Megan Harber in the middle of the box and Harber one-touched the ball past the keeper for a 2-1 lead. At the 15:24 mark, the Unicorns scored the game’s final goal on a corner kick by Thornton. The kick went high towards the Cougarette keeper, but as she jumped for the ball it bounced off her hands and right in front of Whitley, who tapped it in. NB advanced to the playoffs for the first time since 2001. The Unicorns, who will have a bye in the first round, will play a warm up game Thursday against another District 26-4A winner Kerrville Tivy, before playing their first playoff game. on two hits and an error. He struck out two. ‘It just looked like we didn’t come out ready to play,” Senior catcher Jason Miori said. “I think everybody was just tired from the day before. Everybody worked really hard and gave it their all, but it just didn’t go our way today.” Bevil led off the top of the first with a single through the right side of the infield, but that was the only hit for the Unicorns until Miori led off the fourth with a single to left. The Unicorns loaded the bases with one out in the fourth after Quidley walked and Austin Chandler was hit by a pitch, but a strikeout and a flyout ended the threat. Nimitz starting pitcher Stevie Stevens allowed two hits, walked three, hit a batter and struck out four. “Both pitchers we saw today, there was no reason for us not to hit either one of them,” Edwards said. “Both Sports Calendar- ►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 today to the front office. There will be a tribute to the seniors. Each team needs a “team song” to play with the video. Keep in mind that the song has to be appropriate for the video. For information, call Donna Kuebel, CABC Special Events Officer, at 708-2020 or 609-2624. ► A&M Club Golf Tournament Because of inclement weather this past Monday, the Comal County Texas A&M Club’s Third Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament was rescheduled for March 24 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 K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels third baseman Grant Greer reaches for the ball as a Nimitz baserunner slides in safely during Friday’s game at the 2003 New Braunfels Baseball Tournament. pitchers we saw today were probably their No. 4 and No. 5 pitchers.” The Unicorns (4-6) are one of five teams in the tournament that will have two wins and two loses. They will either play for third place at 2 p.m. at Unicom Field, fifth place at 4:30 p.m. at Loop 337 Field or seventh place at 2 p.m. at Loop 337 Field. “We’re definitely playing (today). Anybody with one win is playing (today),” Edwards said. ‘Where or when we play we don’t know yet.” Pleasanton was eliminated after losing all four of its games. 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. ►little League umpire certification clinic An Umpire Certification Clinic from 7-10 p.m. March 21 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 22 at the Seguin High School Cafeteria. Little League National certified instructors will conduct the clinic for umpiring both baseball and softball. There is no charge for the clinic. For information, contact Bobby Briell at 672-1940. ►Coastal Bend Fastpitch Classic Girls B, C, League and Rec level softball teams are invited to participate in the 2003 Texas Coastal Bend Fastpitch Classic at the softball complex in Victoria. Divisions are avaible for 10-and-younger, 12-and-younger and 14-and-younger teams. Space is limited and a fee is required for entry. For information, call (409) 599-0587.Navarro 2003 Panther Relays NAVARRO 2003 PANTHER RELAYS Discus (at Panther Stadium) 1 Johnson, Yoakum 157-2 Thursday’s results 2 Baugh, Falls City 138-11 1/2 BOYS 3. White, Nixon-Smiley 137-3 Team Standings 4. Tieman, La Grange 136-4 1/2 > 1. Yoakum 191 5. Dunk, Flatonia 135-5 1/4 S' 2 .La Grange 76 6. Creswell. Falls City 132-1 1/2 “ 3 Waelder 50 Long Jump .. 4 Shiner 46 1 Wright, Shiner 20-3 • 4 Poth 46 2 Sullivan, Waelder 20-1 ; 6 Flatonia 39 3. Hernandez, La Grange 19-7 I 7 Stockdale 36 4. Velasquez, Nixon-SmMey 19-6 .7 Falla City 36 5. Gonzales. Waelder 19-4 1/2 , * 9 Randolph 35 6. Kamer, Flatonia 19-4 1/4 • ^ 40. Marlon 23 Triple Jump ■J 11. Navarro 22 1 Cabrera, Stockdale 37-1 3/4 1? Nixon-Smiley 16 2 Gutierrez, Flatonia 36-11 Shot Put 3. Vidal. Stockdale 35-9 1/2 1 D’Zlnk, Poth 50-11 4 Alaniz, Manon 36-2 2. Buagh, Falla City 50-3 5 Leoma, Stockdale 35-91/2 3. Morrill, Flatonia 47-10 1/4 6. Seifert, La Grange 35-7 1/4 4. Coleman, Yoakum 47-3 1/4 High Jump 5 Johnson, Yoakum 44-11 1/2 1 Sullivan, Waelder 6-2 6 Vela, Stockdale 44-9 1/2 2 Baer. Shiner 6-0 K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zeitung Marion junior John Alaniz competes in the long jump event during the 2003 Panther Relays Thursday at Navarro High School. 2 Wright, Shiner 6-0 3. Yoakum 3 39 28 4 Coleman, Shinder 5-10 4 Falls City 3:40.04 4 Gonzales, Waelder 5-10 5. Stockdale 3:43 89 4. Chapman, Yoakum 5-10 6. Randolph 3:44 87 Pole Vault 1 Fevadersin, Yoakum 15-0 GIRLS 2. Mathis, Yoakum 13-6 Team Standings 3. Hartman, Navarro 13-6 1, Wimberley 209 4 Wilmon, Yoakum 12-6 2. Shiner 128 4 Lueders, La Grange 12-6 3. Navarro 62 6. Zunker, Manon 12-0 3. Stockdale 62 3,200-meter Run 5. Falls City 59 1 Kazel, La Grange 10 48 51 6. Poth 32 2. Ramirez, Waelder 10.49.39 7, Nixon-Smiley 20 3 Willis, Randolph 11:18.26 8 Randolph 18 4 Serbir, Stockdale 11:22.42 9. Jarrell 12 5. Poulte, Yoakum 11:24.83 10. Merton 9 6 Luna. Navarro 11:29.59 ll. Flatonia 8 400-meter Relay Shot Put 1. Yoakum 43.95 1. HIM, Nixon-Smiley 38-2 2 Shiner 45.72 2. Crouch, Stockdale 33-5 3/4 3 Flatonia 45 79 3 Vanek, Stockdale 33-3 3/4 4. Randolph 46.32 4 Guevara, Poth 32-3 3/4 800-meter Run 5 Moziaek, Shiner 31-10 1/2 1 Acosha, Yoakum 2:05.94 6. Hernandez, Nixon-SmHey 31-10 1/4 2. Hiller, Yoakum 2:06.76 Discus 3 Kutac, Poth 2:07.07 1. Crouch, Stockdale 98-11 1/2 4 Stevens, Yoakum 2:07.27 2. Hill, Nixon-SmHey 96-11 5. Fonseca, Nixon-Smiiey 209.56 3. Jurgajtis, Falls City 94-9 1/2 6. Queriers, Stockdale 2:10.59 4. Albert, Navarro 91-4 1/2 110-meter Hurdles 4. Boshart, Randolph 91-4 1/2 1. Du Beau, Navarro 16.19 6 Wiatrek, Poth 88-0 2. Mack, Randolph 16.52 Long Jump 3. Henry, Yoakum 1663 1 Leach, Wimberley 16-3 1/2 4, Karpen, Marion 17.12 2 Maline, Shiner 16-1 5. Copeland, Randolph 18.31 3. Pustka. Shiner 15-5 1/2 6. Balser, Falls City 18.80 4. Caka, Shiner 15-3 100-meter Dash 4 Clemons, Wimberley 15-3 1. Kamer. Flatonia 1096 6. Miller, Navarro 15-0 1/2 2. Graman, Yoakum 11.04 Triple Jump 3. Chapman, Yoakum 11 56 1 Leach, Wimberley 35 8 1/2 4 McKmize, La Grange 11.60 2 Guettner, Shiner 33-0 5. Rowan, Manon 11.88 3 Blaschke, Shiner 33*2 1/2 6 Loyola, Marion 11 99 4 Poetka, Shiner 32-2 800-meter Relay 5 Hewitt, Navarro 31-11 1/2 I. Yoakum 1:34 83 6 Yanes, Nixon-Smiley 31-10 2. Waelder 1:35.85 High Jump 3. La Grange 1:35.91 1 Cunningham, Wimberley 5-6 4. Stockdale 1:37.82 2 Pruski, Poth 5-2 5. Falla City 1:38 03 3 Rios, Navarro 4-10 6. Shiner 1:38 53 4 Rangel, Stockdale 4-8 400-meter Dash 4 Makna, Shiner 4-8 I. Ramirez, Poth 51.93 4. Kemmerer, Wimberley 4-8 2. Putney, La Grange 52.52 Pole Vault 3. Oimick, Falls City 53 76 1 Thompson, Wimberley 8-6 4. Stevens, Yoakum 54 19 2. King, Flatonia 7-6 5, Velasquez, Nixon-Smiley 55.03 3 Burrier. Stockdale 6-6 8. Rowell, Marion 56.32 3 Stewart, Stockdale 8-6 300-meter Hurdles 3 Rutland, Stockdale 6-6 I. Harrison, Yoakum 40 82 2,400-meter Run 2. Karpen, Marion 42 19 1 Payton, Wimberley 13:16.32 3 Moors, Yoakum 42 76 2 Garcia, Poth 14:01 66 4. DuBeau. Navarro 43.04 3 Sidles, Marion 14:06.04 5. Mack, Randolph 43.30 4 Lembnght, Shiner 14:26 64 6. Henry, Yoakum 43.40 5. Dziuk, Falls City 14:33 89 2J0-meter Dash 6. Ybarra, Randolph 14:34.16 1. Mathis. Yoakum 20.62 400-meter Relay 2. Daniels. La Grange 23.60 I. Wimberley 52.45 3. Barbee, Randolph 23.93 2. Navarro 52.91 4. Hernandez. La Grange 24.15 3 Shiner 53.14 5. Loyola, Marion 24.16 4 Randolph 53 65 6. Collins, Randolph 24 22 5. Fans City 53.70 1,600-meter Run 6 Stockdale 54 87 1. Acosta, Yoakum 4.53.27 800-meter Run 2. Hiller, Yoakum 4:53 62 1. Wallace, Wimberley 2:29 46 3. Rosales, Yoakum 4:59 55 2. Celestine, Poth 2:31.94 4. Ramirez. Waelder 4:59 86 3. Wright, Falla City 2:35.08 5. Fonseca, Nixon-SmHey 5:06.01 4. Elsey, Wimberley 2:36.36 6. Luna, Navarro, 1.600-meter Relay 508.07 • 6 Robinaa, Wimberley 2:36.39 6 Rutledge, Marion 2:36.78 I. Poth 3:37.43 100-meter Hurdles 2. La Grange 3:30.10 I Leach, Wimberley 15.13 K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zeitung Navarro’s John Hartman competes in the shot put event during the 2003 Panther Relays Thursday at Navarro High School. 2 Pustka, Shiner 3 Vainer, Wimberley 4 Howell, Falls City 5 Heil, Stockdale 6 Hanson, Navarro 100-meter Dash 1 Pederson, Wimberley 2 Strtftemire, Wimberley 3 Jacobson, Jarrell 4 Jurgajtia, Falls Cay 5 Weiss, Navarro 6 Rios, Navarro 800-mater Relay 1 Wimberley 2 Faits City 3 Stockdale 4 Navarro 5. Shiner 6 Randolph 400-meter Dash 1 Kasper, Shiner 2 Blaachke, Shiner 3 Dome!, Jarred 4. Hewitt, Navarro 5. Rodriguez, Marion 6 Cattan, Navarro 300-meter Hurdles 17.47 1 Pustka, Shiner 52.31 1841 2 Vainer. Wimberley 53.07 18.52 3 Hell, Stockdale 53 48 18.69 4 Howell, Falls City 54 09 18.78 5 Perez, Shiner 54.15 6. Larry, Randolph 54.38 13.15 200-meter Dash 1346 1 Clemens, Wimberley 28.52 1368 2 Thomasson, Wimberley 2884 13 70 3 Rowland, Wimberley 29 49 1380 4 Guenther, Shiner 29.50 1380 5 Taylor, Shiner 29 75 6 Weed, Poth 29.84 1:53 06 1,600-meter Run 1:53.37 1 Mutilated, Wimberley 540 28 1:54.96 2. Elaey, Wimberley 5 57.13 1:55.31 3. Nail, Navarro 557.67 1:56 90 4 Htbb6, Shiner 558 12 1 58.25 5. Evola, Navarro 613 98 6 Dziuk, Falls City 6:1611 1:03.92 1,600-meter Relay 1:05.17 I. Shiner 429 00 1:06 36 2 Wimberley 4 29 28 1 06 76 3. FaHs City 4:3149 1:04.74 4 Navarro 4:41.14 1:10.17 5 Randolph 443.69 6 Poth 4:43.60 ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: March 8, 2003

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