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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                frage 4B HBRALDZBlTUNO April Sports Shorts Texas womens gotf Canyon High School graduate Brenda Norris representing Texas University as a freshman finished 19th at the Big 12 Womens Golf Tournament on Wednesay Norris who won the high school state championship this past year shot rounds of 787680 to finish at 234 18over Texas placed eighth as a team and Oklahoma State won the tournament Rangers 6 Red Sox 1 ARLINGTON AP Ryan Christenson hit a leadoff homer Juan Gonzalez had a tworun single and John Thomson pitched seven solid innings for his first AL victory as the Texas Rangers beat the Boston Red Sox 61 Wednesday night Thomson 12 allowed one run and six hits in winning for the first time since last Sept 8 for the New York Mets against Philadelphia He also spent 4 seasons in Colorado before signing with Texas in the offseason tworun single in a threerun sixth inning gave Texas a 31 lead Ramiro Mendoza walked Michael Young with the bases loaded to make it 41 Gonzalez ended a 10game RBI drought with a home run and three RBIs on Tuesday After Hank Blalock singled with one out in the sixth Tim Wakefield hit Alex Rodriguez with a pitch and walked Rafael Palmeiro before Gonzalezs tiebreaking single Carl Everett followed with a walk to end Wakefields night and Mendoza relieved 1B SPORTS Too To report scores and highlightt call ext 223 or email or fax to 6063413 1B K JESSIE New Braunfels senior Keith Britton lines up a shot during Wednesdays Region IV4A Boys Golf Tournament at Mission Del Lago 1B and took home the thirdplace medal but Borrego and Britton both bogied the hole and moved on to a second playoff hole Brittons first shot on the second playoff hole par6 561 yards again sliced to the right and into a ditch But despite the high grass Britton blasted his second shot back on the middle of the fairway and about 70 yards from the hole T hit that pretty solid It was probably one of the more solid shots I hit all Britton said I was just trying to put myself in a good position and I did but he Borrego made an incredible Borregos third shot from the middle of the fairway put him less than five feet away from the hole and in good position for a birdie Brittons third shot left him about 30 feet away from the pin and when his first putt came up short and just to the left Borrego tapped in for a birdie and captured the final spot at the state tournament I had been hitting putts soft all day so I didnt want to break the Britton said jokingly Brittens teammate Nick Williams who was tied for the lead at 71 after the first round on Tuesday shot an 81 Wednesday to finish at 152 Senior Chase DuBose who shot an 85 in the first round improved six strokes in the second round and turned in a 164 Sophomore Josh Ray shot a 157 7681 and junior Jordan Gomez had a 168 82 Canyon High School junior KrisCarnes who was competing as a medalist shot a 76 on Tuesday and a 78 on Wednesday to finish with a 154 and tied for 13th place I was eight over after 10 and I got back down to four before I ended up six Games said I made a couple birdies when I needed to and I feel like I finished Carnes said he was very pleased just to finish in the top 15 Ive really moved along my game this year I broke 70 for the first time at district last year and this year I was a little more consistent shooting Carnes said My goal this year was to place in the top 15 at rcgionals and I got in the top I was just playing really well at the right Carter said In Super Champs I play some of the kids that Ill see at regionals so I know some of them are going to be pretty good To me its just another tennis tourna ments I just have to play my Along with Speer Wimberley and Carter junior James Farley and sophomore Jacob Bodkins won the boys doubles district and are preparing for todays regionals Theyre just scrappy tennis Brown said Theyve worked hard together all sea son and they know each others games really Jay Daniel took third place in boys singles at the district tournament and qualified as an alternate for regionals Our whole team is peaking at the right Brown said As a coach it makes you happy to see your kids playing their best ten nis when they need to be playing their best If we can start the regional tournament like we started the district tournament well be in good and Tyler Tunnells hitandrun double to rightcenter field scored Kester After Green singled and stole second Chad Gregson who was 2for4 ripped a tworun dou ble the opposite way into leftcen ter field The Cougars belted out 11 hits including at least one hit from eight of nine starters The thing about Bovil is that he throws Garza said Ho was undefeated in district before tonight and somebody said they read that he was averaging bout 75 or 80 pitches which is great but it means he throws strikes We just tried to make Bevil threw 120 pitches in seven innings and gave up seven runs one Ho struck out nine Youre not going to win many games giving up seven runs but he pitched a good Edwards said He hung some balls and let them get some hits After Canyon added a run in the fourth on an RBIsingle by Kester New Braunfels chalked up two in the bottom half of the inning on RBIsingle by Travis Kostan and Jory Werth The Cougars went up 52 in the fifth on Brian Juarezs RBIsin gle through the right side of the infield but two errors and a sac rifice fly by Jordan Herring in the bottom half of the inning allowed the Unicorns to tie the game at five apiece Our kids just couldnt relax and they were playing really Garza said Canyon 1410 overall 83 in district closes out the regular sea son against Del Valle 016 011 at 7 Friday at home This win is very big for us Green said We want ed first place and we knew it was going to take us winning two games to do it We just put it all on the line and everybody played their New Braunfels finishes up Fri day with Lake Travis 1311 6 which has lost one game the second round of district play and has the best record after the mid way point Were going to show up to play No more starting games Edwards said Lake Travis wants to show something because they were picked to win the district and obviously had a poor first round of district We cant go into the playoffs losing three in a K JESSIE New Braunfels second baseman Jeremy Erben backs up shortstop Austin Chandler 3 as Canyons James Green steals second Wednesday night at Unicorn Field HERALDZEITUNG T8774099860 100150 ANNOUNCEMENTS 210252 PETS LIVESTOCK 310360 EMPLOYMENT 405480 RENTALS Auctions AUCTION Sunday April 27th 1PM Dolphins Pellght McQueeney TX FM 725 FM Complete Inventory Reduction of Eclectic Store No Minimum No Reserve No Buyere Premium Preview on Saturday Roger Addlngton Buy it Sell it Trade it In Classified RELOCATION SALE Several AHMtilKK HUlm King Ktxllner Living Kuiim Suit luMrs Wuilitf Hieukfiut table tliuln Mi iwwuve Own Aiwrtnl AiuHtcii I tamed KxfitM 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