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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas September New Braunfels Middle School 8th grade quarterback Jacob rfetfiarid SPORTS HERALDZEOUNO to fiava yew svsnt loflllet Gary Maitfflftd at or by email at n8W9@h8rflldaitunfl.com HE DAILY OKET CANYON FOOTBALL Canyon at San Antonio Kennedy Time Record Overall District NEWBRAUNFELS FOOTBALL Hosts Seguin at Unicorn Stadium HonieCOrning Record Overall District Hosts San Antonio OConnor Records Overall District 00 Astros tally in to beat Brewers MILWAUKEE Lance Berkman doubled home the goahead run two outs in the ninth inning and the Houston Astros ral lied past the Mil waukee Brewers 7 6 Tuesday The Astros tied it on pinchrhitter Jose Vizcainos threerun in the Lance Berkman homer Vizcaino connect ed on the first pitch ftoni reliever Luis With two outs in the Dan 12 walked Jeff Jeff Kent followed with a sin gle and Berkman Brad Lidge 63 pitched the eighth for the victory and Bil ly Wagner got the DAVID Canyon High School running back Jeremy Molinet talks with Athletic Director and Head Coach Brad Wright before practice began on ARMCHAIR QUARTERBACK Molinet puts growl into offense Vandy declares war on wrong culture of college athletics With quickness to get outside and driving leg strength to challenge the middle of speed and growl is back in the Canyon Cougars run ning Not since 1998 when jun ior Drew Snider was bob bing his head as he crossed the goal line like he was car rying a baton instead of a football have the Cougars had a tailback that could get to the outside and then turn up the Meet junior Jeremy Moli Somerset did past Fri day although they saw mostly his He raced around and through would be tacklers for 19i yards in GRIDIRON PREVIEWS I INSIDE Canyon High Coach Brad Wright can appreciate what SA Kennedy Coach Ed Escarmllla is going through as he attempts to rebuild the Rockets Page 7A I A look at the District 254A standings after two weeks of THURSDAY Pregame analysis of the rivalry between Sequin and New his varsity sparking the Cougars to a 2814 While the junior tailback admitted to nervousness before the something hes gone through at every he was anxious to show that his hard work had allowed him to overcome the rash of injuries hat wiped out his sophomore He caught my eye as a broke both wrists and also suffered a hip I didnt really know what to expect from him until he showed up at said head coach Brad It was there that he showed me he had the shake and bake quick feet and great Longterm goals for Moli net include playing college but hes a realist enough to keep all hopes and dreams in Right I just want to make it through this season See Page 7A WALLYGUILLICK Watty Gullick is a correspon dent for the By Amber McDowell Associated Press Writer derbilt will eliminate its ath letic department in a major designed to curb the ills of bigtime college Vanderbilt will continue playing intercollegiate but the reorganization mer ges the departments that control varsity and intramu putting sports tinder the central university administration the school said There is a wrong culture in and Im declaring war on Vanderbilt Chan cellor Gordon Gee said at a news No NCAA sports programs or jobs will be but just about everything else will change at a school that has run one of the countrys cleanest programs in the last That includes the elimina tion of the athletic director which Todd Turn er has held for seven Sound Off Has the emphasis on winning pushed college athletic programs to the brink of corruption Wed like to know whan local Sports fans Send your comments to SoundOff 707 Landa Street New 78130 Turner has been offered a job as special assistant to the chancellor for athletic and academic a position in which he would advance a national agenda for the reform of intercollegiate ath Let there be no misun derstanding of our intention Vanderbilt is committed to competing at the highest lev els in the Southeastern Con ference and the but we intend on competing consistent with the values of a worldclass Gee Unicorns push 7 ranked Round Rock to 5set limit 156 I New Braunfels opens district play Friday against county rival Canyon 7 at Unicorns I MONDAY Unicorns host Del Valle in district 7 ALSO IN ACTION I FRIDAY Boerne at Smithson 6 I SATURDAY Navarro at George West La 10 New Braunfels Christian hosts varsity tourna ment at the NBCA By David Rupkalvis Staff Writer The 7 5A ranked team in the state found the going a bit tough Tuesday in New Braun After a tough weekend in the Pearland Tournament in I ious the New Braunfels Uni corns returned home and bat tled the Dragons for two hours before losing in five The loss drops the Unicorns record to 155 on the A second scheduled game against Reagan was New Braunfels went 43 in the Pearland play ing against some of the best teams in the Against Round They started off slowly and had to rally from fourpoint deficits two times in the first After being outplayed at the net for most of the Jack ie Lucas and Gin Mozeley stepped up their Lucas ended the game on a kill to give the Unicorns the ear ly lead The tables were turned in the second game as New Braunfels led most of the taking leads of 1612 and But the visitors rallied and scored tixe last sue points of the game to take the Kate Roeder served three aces to lead the but it wasnt enough to win the Neither team took charge in the third as the score remained close New Braunfels took a brief lead at 2018 when Jennifer Baer wald served five straight including two and Erica Wendell had two But Round Rock once again found the answer at the end of the game and used a 73 run to take a two games to one In the fourth New Braunfels jumped out to an early 84 lead and extended the margin to 168 by dominating net and taking advan tage of sloppy serving by Round Roeder had three kills and Baerwald three digs in the game as New Braunfels cruised to the 2516 to tie the match at two games Under the new rallyscoring a fifth game of a match is played to 15 The lead changed hands sev eral times before the Unicorns took leads of 1211 and But consecutive serves into the net gave the Dragons the side and Round Rock made new Braunfels pay for the errors by breaking a 1313 tie See VOUIYCAU Page 7 A Kate Roeder left and Gin Mpzeiey 90 up for the block Tuesday in game two of the New BraunfelsRound Rock New Baylor ADs goals stability WACO AP New Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw is committed to developing a new identity for a school thafs been rocked by a scandal filled who is leaving the same job at believes Baylor can go beyond its Texas Baptist roots and become a destination for Protestants and other Chris tians hationwide who are capable of excelling in athlet ics and McCaWs immediate goal will be bringing peace and stability to a program still try ing to recover from the death of basketball player Patrick the resignations of basketball coach Dave Bliss and AD Tom Stanton and the discovery of serious rules vio The football program is in bad and critics have said Baylor should bow out of the Big 1 It is the leagues only private Im going to be tocused on moving us MpCaw Im not going to spend a lot of time worrying about the history and worrying about the Im going to worry about advancin ag we pas
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