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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B Sunday June SPORTS Too Tb report scores sffid highlights csill 6259144 ext 223 or email of fiat to 6064413 Sports Shorts MWVofeybal CYO Volleyball tion forms can be picked up at Vivrouxs Sporting Goods in the Marketplace I Leagues are available for girls ages 712 or second through sixth For information call Linda Mendez at 6094653 ABC meeting The next Canyon Athletic Booster Club meeting takes place at 7 Monday at Landa Park pavillion 16 The next meeting after that takes place July 28 For information call 606 1850 basketball camp Unicorn Boys Basketball Camp for incoming seventh through ninth grade ath letes takes place Monday through Thursday at New Braunfels High School The camp which will start at 9 and finish up around noon each day costs per player For information call John Schwarz at 6276050 7 Metsl NEW YORK AP Roger Clemens earned his 301st victory and Hideki Matsui hit a grand slam and drove in a careerhigh five runs as the New York Yankees beat the Mets 71 First place at SWT UCA Camp The Marion High School cheerleaders won five supe rior ribbons three excellent ribbons and one first place trophy in the small varsity category at the Southwest Texas State University UCA Camp this past week Members were Sabrina Garland Kelsey Tschoepe Tracey Beicker Jennifer Hughes Amanda Neeley Brittney Bennett Christ Zwicker Julie Schwarz Christine Mossinger Kelsey Luddeke Lindsey Hattaway Sabrina Luensmann Shawna Hugh Crystal Lozano mascot and coach Kathy Lehmann Photo submitted Marion High School mascots Bruno and played by Shawna Rugh and Crystal Lozano took third place in the overall mascots category at this past weeks Southwest Texas State University UCA Camp Photo submitted Gonzales turns down trade offer to Montreal HOUSTON AP Juan Gonzalez is staying with the Texas Rangers Gonzalez turned down a trade Friday that would have sent him to the Montreal Expos and his good friend general manager Omar Minaya when he exercised a notrade clause in his con tract The Rangers were disap pointed They wanted to pick up some young players to fuel their youth movement The Expos were disap pointed They wanted zalez to give them power until injured Vladimir Guer rero gets back in the lineup Gonzalez in the last year of a million twoyear deal with Texas had until Satur day morning to invoke the notrade clause He issued a statement prior to Friday nights 107 victory over the Astros saying he would remain in Texas VINYL SIDING LIQUIDATION We have a TRUCK LOAD OF OWENS CORNING AND ALCOA VINYL SIDING left over from an apartment complex thats already been PAID FOR We can save YOU 50 ON SIDING AND INSTALLING ON YOUR HOME We have enough left over to complete approx 7 homes FINANCING LIFETIME WARRANTY DONT WAIT CALL NOW 8665947999 1B ing 16yearold Maria Shara pova notched her biggest win yet at Wimbledon upsetting 2000 semifinalist Jelena Dokic 64 64 Also advancing were three other Russians No 10 Anatasia Myskina No 15 Elena Dementieva and Svet lana Kuznetsova to give their country five women in the final 16 Thats a Grand Slam record for Russia Defending champion Sere na Williams French Open Champion Justine Henin Hardenne and Jennifer Capriati won in straight sets i On the mens side French Open champ Juan Carlos Ferrero 2002 runnerup David Nalbandian and No 10 Tim Henman advanced Henman is trying to become the first Englishman to win Wimbledon since 1936 Agassi erased three set points serving at 56 040 in the fourth set and he came up with clutch shots in both tiebreakers including a fore hand winner on his final swing to close the 3hour 13 ininute match Whenever he needed it most he hit the corners he hit the lines he played his best threetime Wim bledon champion Boris Beck er said El Aynaoui seeded 27th smiled as he congratulated Agassi at the net and offered a thumbsup The No 2seeded Agassi lost serve only once and changed his usual tactics by occasionally 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