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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor1 Bryan at 6259144 223 Thursday August IBs Off and running JESSIE Texas State freshman and Clemens High School graduate Andre Booker returns a punt during the first practice of the season Wednesday in San HOUSTON expan sion saddled with a rook ieladen offense that misfired mote often than needed their i 1 oiten tnan needed their vet 4 Bttti POttttt Rodlte ttoftt ertd eran defense to come through last JoppfU Is ekpfected to mtes tijU Vic Fangios unit responded with several strong producing a week with a the BrortOOs hit fw Wfien on the field more than their coun Fangio said his threelineman terparteon 27 used by only a handful Of the top 20 only of dubs in a league dominated by Carolinas and Washingtons came fourman was completely on teams whose offenses held the installed by the end of last sea ball less than 30 minutes a with the 18thranked was the only unit on the list whose offense had worse time of possession than the I think our defense last year did but I think theres a lot of room for said cor nerback Aaron who along with defensive end Gary Walker reached the Pro Glenn rejects a statistical fact that made the Texans 16 ranking more impressive than it Because the offense was near the bottom in tune of pos session with an average of per Texans defenders were With everyone back except outside linebackerJeff who signed with he can con centrate on finetuning this Its to tinker with it with That was last and those 10 of 11 Fangio 10 returning starters feel like Were trying to find the right out theyre light years ahead of where side linebacker to fill the void left they were last training by and right now Charlie dont hear as much Antwan Patrick outside linebacker Kailee Chukwurah and Erik Flowers Wong Thats one of the are all competing for that We biggest things this You dont needto find a player who can fit in hear a lot of extra and not be our weak For bragging rights Greater MB Junior Golf Championship tees off today BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor If there is any doubt as to who the best junior golfer is in the greater New Braun fels today and Friday is the time to prove Todays first round tee The Greater New Braun fels Junior Golf Champi onship tees off at 10 today at Landa Park Golf The tournament is open to all Guadalupe and Hays County juniors ages We had more than 60 kids sign up this which is more than any other year weve hosted the tournament coordinator Dario Sassen hagen Some of the local high schools are using this tournament as their qualifier to be on the varsi ty Among the players com peting for second and third place trophies include 2002 Greater New Braun fels Junior boys champion Josh Ray and 2003 girls runnerup Casey Panther The 2002 Greater New Braunfels Junior girls champion Christine Koval a New Braunfels High School graduate and 2003 Texas Tech is com peting at the Texas State Junior Championships this week at Roy Kizer Golf Course in The beys 2002 runnerup Nick Williams NBHS as JESSIE well as Smithson Valley Although it might look like a discipline problem from a the smile on sixyearold graduate and Texas signee Perezs face gives away the truth ifs just a golf lesson from dad Steve Perez Julia Best also are playing Today the 2003 Greater New Braunfels Junior Golf Championships tee off at Landa Park in Golf Cowboys expect more sacks from Ekuban SAN ANTONIO AP Ebenezer Ekubans talk with Bill Parcells was short and The message from the coach was The Dallas Cowboys expect their right defensive end and former 1 to have more quarterback He had just one last sees so hes just trying to tweak some things so I can get to the Ekuban Hes always scrutinizing and never so every day youre Parcells likes the potential he sees in the Basically what Ive seen is a little bit of a onedimensional rusher kind of He just needs to get a little more versa tility in the Parcells He does have the acceleration and speed to be if he can just mix up his technique insists he didnt know that Ekuban was the teams 1 pick in But the new coach was very aware of that single sack last which put Ekuban in a group of just five start ing defensive ends in the NFL with one or no And that lone sack came in the season opener against the expansion Houston who went on to allow a record 73 Berkman gets 4 hits in 111 win HOUSTON AP Adam Everett hit first inside thepark home run at Minute Maid and Jeff Bagwell and Richard Hidalgo each homered and drove in three runs in the Houston Astros 111 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday Lance a Canyon High School graduate had four hits in four plate appear ances and BERKMAN scored three Geoff Blum also home while Bagwell and Hidal go each had three runs bat ted Wade Miller allowed one run and six hits in six Everett capped the scoring in the fifth inning when he hit a liner to center field off reliever Pedro Feliciano that Next Four HOUSTON ASTROS SCHEDULE 7 Astros York 7fl5 on 6 Astros Montreal pirn on 9 Astros Montreal on 10 Astros Montreal pmi on TICKETS eluded a diving Jeff Duncan and rolled past the Mets out Everett slid into home and beat the relay throw from shortstop Jose Reyes for the first insidethepark homer jn the yearhiistory Rookie Aaron Heilman 1 6 allowed six runs and seven hits in three Houston took a 20 lead in the second Rangers rally in 9th to beat Yankees 54 NEW YORK AP Reliever Mariano Rivera threw away a bunt that set up pinchhitter Hank Blalocks tworun single in the ninth inning andthe Texas Rangers rallied past the New York Yankees 54 Rivera 6 2 walked pinchhitter Rafael Palmeiro to start the D o n n i e Sadler fol lowed with BLALOCK a sacrifice bunt and Riveras high throw sailed into foul with the error putting runners at second and Blalock batted for Todd Greene and followed with a single that scored pinchrun ner Laynce Nix and Rivera has blown three of his last five save Alex Rodriguez hit a solo homer off David Wells in the eighth to get Texas within Ron Mahay 10 pitched Next Four TEXAS RANGERS SCHEDULE 7 Rangers at New York on 8 Rangers at Toronto Blue on 9 Rangers at Toronto Blue 10 Rangers at Toronto Blue pm on TICKETS 18889683927 two hitless innings and struck out Francisco Cordero worked the Nick Johnson homered to start a tworun seventh inning that gave the Yankees a 42 Since the start of the Rangers have won eight of 12 games at Yankee Stadi including four of their last Before Texas had been 828 at the ballpark the past seven Best leads Texas State Junior Golf Championships Uadtrinant FROM STAFF REPORTS Julia Best of Bulverde used a strong short game to post a second round score of 70 at Jimmy Clay Course and nvarfrvilr fjpferHjpg pion Leisl Hasbroucjj of Kingwood for the lead Wednesday in the Girls 1518 Division of State Junior Golf Chanjpjpnahips 2putte I had to gel up ami 73 W down some to keep round said a Smithson Valley High School graduate ajjg University of Texas Best holds the lead with a twoday total of with Hasbrouck a stroke back at San Antonios Natalie Hcwptt is holding down third at Nw Braunfels graduate and Tktas Tfeph ajgnee Christine Kovakak shot a weaday to put her in a tie for seventh at 150 Rowletfs Chris Thompsons lead in the Boys 1518 Division of the 2003 Texas State Junior Boys Champi onships is down to Thompson entered Wednesdays second round with a 2stroke lead over Missions Dustin Garza and scored an even par 71 on Austins Roy Kizer Golf Course for a 137 total and a 1shot leadover Clay Hodge of Nick Williams of New Braunfels was tied for 29th after shooting a second round 73 which gave him a twoday total Su Min Yu of Pasadena posted a final round score of 70 for a 143 total and vktojy in the Boys 1214 Division of the Tne runnerup in the 30jQ2 Daxas State Junior Pianos See TUWWI 8TATE OUNIQR Cownt to Austin 143 Bpyt 1618 147 RnalipMnd of three taee
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