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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas HATS H 1 September 7A v FORE YOU DUFFIRS Braunfels City i SlDEUNES Canyon JV beats Kennedy The Canyon junior varsity football team powered to a 260 win over Kennedy last week in a game called early due to inclement Krik Michalec started the scoring with a 1yard touch down run for the Cougars and added the first of two extra points to give Canyon a quick 70 The defense got into the action later in the first quarter when Steven Davis scored to give the Cougars a 140 lead after one Quarterback Kunz pushed the lead to 200 when he hit Matthew Medrano on a 20yard scoring pass and Justin Kester scored the final points on a 14yard The game was called after two Rupkalvis NB frosh play Bastrop at home The times for nexts weeks subvarsity games between NewBraunfels and Bastrop have Athletic Director Rick Rhoades announced The original schedule had all of the subvarsity games being played Thursday at Now the two freshmen team games will be played in New The freshmen White team will play at and the Blue team will play at 6 The sophomore and junior varsity games will still be played in The sophomore team will play at and the junior varsity team will play at 6 CLICK ON THf WM Log on to Friday night and get local football game accounts and TIE TIMES Tee times fdr the first rbunti of the Greater New Bfaunfels City Championship Saturday at the Undfl Park QoH Crawford and 6 fO C Hundley Larson Charnplonahip Fnght Saturday in search of city golf championship 9 JQ t jandJ MillerV Ackeg I tMcfain Mens First Flight Abshire R PipeK J HayfN HeWenV 00 12 10 Mens Second Flight Gallegbs and Powell R Melone and Strickland R and Hay Gorman Mens Third Flight L Hundley Henault RexiJius Adams Mendez Koss and EL Stone Mens fourth Flight Cook Bump and BY David Rupkalvls Sports Editor A crowded field of 93 players will tee of Saturday at the Landa Park Golf Course in search of the Greater New Braunfels City The tournament has attracted not only the largest field in but also the most Defending champion David Pfeuffer will be back to aim for another but he will have his hands full with 37 golfers who boast handicaps of less than The tournament will run for two days with the top mens and womensfinish ers earning the title of city champion for the Dario the golf course manager at Landa said that Pfeuf fer is again one of the top Me also said that former champion Mike former junior champion Casey Carnes andTrinie Camareno are among the four will tee off together at I think almost all of the top flights are pretty close in Sassenhagen Theyre all good CANYON CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Marble Falls better than 02 record The entire field caught a break when Terrance Miscall withdrew from the Miscall may be the hottest player in New Braunfels after shooting a courserecord 61 at Landa Park on The round included two eagles and only one bogey on the par72 The 61 shattered the old record of which was shot by Leonard Toche in the The biggest change in the tourna ment this year will be the increased field of Sassenhagen changed the tournament rules and invited golf ers from Guadalupe and Hays counties rather than just Corhal Coun as had been the rule The increase will have its biggest impact on the womens Last only three women competed in the but 13 will tee off All of the golfers will have to tackle a tough course that was drenched in rain But Sassenhagen said he expects the course to be ready Saturday The course is playing pretty he We have it in good the sun will come out and all this rain will green it Kidd said he expected a good but also expected the Cougars to come out vic He said he would like to play football in but his primary goal is to get a good He hopes to attend either Texas or Texas Maxx Rose is only a but he is also a twoyear starter on the offensive The 295pound junior starts at left He feels that he has improved greatly in the last year because he has been able to work harder as a knee injury Rose agreed that hard work and size are the primary fac tors behind the strong Our offensive line is so big STARS GOALIE TURCO SIGNS 3YIAR CONTRACT DALLAS AP Holdout goaltender Marty Turco sign ed a threeyear contract Thursday with the Dallas Turco will get base salaries of then plus per formancebased Its a huge raise from the he made last season while set ting amodernNHLrecordwith a goalsagainst In his first season as a full time Turco also was an AllStar while going JESSIE Cougars running back Brandon Acevedo tucks a completed pass under his arm during practice this and we and jsvejtv power Rose That makes the running game Rose said he expects Marble Falls to be Canyons biggest challenge to I dont think it will be as he said rout as long as we come out and do our we should get the Wright said that while Mar ble Falls is the visitors have made great strides in just two The Mustangs opened with a big loss Jo but came back and put a scare in Drip ping Falls before Weve got to do what we do and weve got to stop what they Wright Theyre improvement from week one to week two was Theyll be even better this The Mustangs should pro vide a challenge to ho Cou gars defense bcuiuse they are Wright they line up in about every formation known to Wright They spread you out and get the ball in everyones Were going to still try to play our defense way we always When they spread weregoing to Have tornl sure everyones Exercise Induced Asthma If you cough or have difficulty breathing with you may qualify to participate in a research study involving an Volunteers may receive up to f 750 compensation for time and Call today for more Frank MD 8306090900 Plan Pricing Honored on All Eligible Vehiclesl Military Appreciation K A 750 Bonus Cash ACTIVE MILITARY NATIONAL COAST RESERVIST AND RETIREES WHO ARE RESIDENTS OF THE THE ALL NEW 2004 F150 HAS ARRIVED SALE PRICE 2003 FORD FOCUS ZX3 PIUCI SALE PRICE 2003 MUSTANG Automatic Tiansmlttnio Till Cruwe Control Rubale 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