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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                rjSgptettgjet HERALOZETTUNG David ftupKflvis at or by email at news@heraldzoitung.com HE DAILY CANVONVOLLEYBALL Key district mtiteh at home against LakeTrfiWs SMITHSONVALLEYTENNIS Rangers visit San Antonio Brackenridge Time NB8UBVARSITY FOOTBALL All four teams will be n action atBastrop Tlmex The freshman team plays at 5 the junior vanityteam plays at Plummer hurls Broncos past winless 3110 DENVER one Jake shoulder and all outdid John Plummer threw two firstquarter touchdown passes and ran for anoth er Monday night as Denver improved its unbeaten record by routing Oak land Plummer also broke one of Elways team records with a 40yard scramble that set up a field Elways longest run of his 16year career was 34 This game was all but over by the end of a first period in which the Bron cos 30 took a 210 outgaining the Raiders 170 yards to seven and scoring on all three The scores came 6n an 18yard pass from Plummer to Shannon Sharpe a 44yard pass to Ashley Lelie and a 6 yard Scramble set up by another 44 yard pass to ThefirstTD was a short but the two 44yarders were both lorig that the right shoulder that Plummer separated in San Diego last week is signed in the offseason after six seasons in has been considered by some Denver fans to be the next although his career with the Cardinals hardly portends 2 112 by Bertrand Berry and two bv l J v Week 3 Results All games CST that he had 90 TDs and 114 inter ceptions in the and his career passer rating of was But on this night he was a reason able especially on the 40 yard scamper in which he evaded a cut through a hole on the right side and ran out of bounds at the Oak land He finished 14of21 for 197 yards and ran five times for 47 He got help from Clinton who had 43 yards rushing when he left in the second quarter with a sore The defense chipped in with five Reggie and later held the Raiders on the 10 after they thredt ened to cut the lead to 14 points after a blocked punt with 11 minutes Portis returned irithe fourth quarter after the Broncos announced that he was being held out of the game on a coachs That was a tactful way to avoid the problems of last week when coach Mike Shanahan said after the game that the concussion that Cleveland Francisco 12 Miami U Open dates Philadelphia Chicago andCarolina caused Plummer to leave in the sec ond quarter was really a slightly sepa rated BTexans regroup on Page 6A Games nudges Pfeuffer by 1 stroke Fite wins womens title By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor Casey Carnes fired his sec ond consecutive round of 2 underpar 70 and held off a late charge from defending champion David Pfeuffer to win the Greater New Braun fels Area City Championship Sunday at the Landa Park Golf Carnes posted three birdies and only one bogey Sunday to win his second city He first won the title in I hit the ball Carnes I didnt putt as well as I wanted but I guess I did enough to Carnes entered Sundays second round stroke lead over Mike Sohh and a threestroke cushion over On the first he sent a statement that he was not going to Carnes used a threewood off the tee on the yard first and drove the ball onto the landing it just feet from Pfeuffer who had just finished Carnes made birdie on the hole and added another birdie on 4 to drop to 4under Carnes gave back a shot with a bogey on the ninth hole and men parred the next sev en holes before coming to the par5 17th and recording a birdie to secure the My driving was really Carnes I hit the driver real A key hole today was started out with a birdie and thats al ways It took Pfeuffer 27 holes to warm up in the tournament and he still almost caught Carnes After shooting a 1overpar 73 Pfeuffer came out Sunday and parred the first 10 But over the next he recorded four birdies to shoot a round of the lowest round of the I just played better Pfeuffer I also had a round of golf I havent been playing much 2003 CITY CHAMPIONSHII MENS FLIGHTS Championship Casey Carnes First Flight Second Flight Joe Cameron Third Flight Alan Moore Fourth Flight David Barnes WOMENS FLIGHTS Championship Connie Fite Flight Nancy Fevold Second Flight Pearl Chase Complete results on Page 6A so Iwas a little I played so bad yesterday that I just wanted to come out and play well today and I Pfeuffer played well enough that when he fin ished his he was tied with but Carnes ad ded his birdie on 17 to pull Despite struggling with a tougher course Con nie Fite also claimed a city championship by holding on to win the womens a 12handicap golfer from San opened a fivestroke lead by shooting 81 She slipped some shooting but held on to win by four Reigning Landa Ladies Golf Association club champion Betty Auckland made a move on Sunday to finish second in the Auckland struggled Saturday and shot but came back Saturday with a round of 87 to tie Lau ra Baker for second four strokes behind Auckland then topped Bak er in a playoff to finish sec The most decisive win in the tournament came in the womens first flight when Nancy Fevold had rounds of 89 and 90 to win the flight by Smithson Valley jumps to 6 in Class 5A poll JESSIE Casey Carnes chips onto the green during the final round of the Greater New Braunfels Area City 16 Pearl Chase shot 207 over the two days to win the womens third flight by 10 Unlikely firstday coleader Rodriguez struggled dur ing the second round Sun but still held on to win the first flight Rodriguez shot 70 Saturday and slipped to 80 His 150 total edged out Jon Lindley by three Lindley over came a slow start Sunday by shooting 34 on the back nine to claim Im back to I was chopping it up out Rodriguez I couldnt hit any greens and I couldnt get it up and Joe Cameron rallied from a tough first round to claim See Page 6A JESSIE Rodriguez chips DALLAS AP Arlington Lamar debuted at No 7 in Mondays Associated Press high school football poll after beating former 2 DeSoto 1411 on DeSoto dropped to 8 in Class 5A in the poll of 20 writ ers and broadcasters from across the Smithson Valley jumped four spots to 6 after edging Austin Westlake Four Class 5A topten teams causing several other changes in the Aldine Eisenhower lost to 1 Lufkin and fell from 6 to Tyler Lee beat Waco to move from 8 to fifth Lufkin remained 5As 1 team after its win over Aldine Eisenhower but one first plaice In Class Andrews entered the poll at 10 after getting off to a 40 in cluding wins over 5A teams AP TOP 10 CLASS 5A 2 30 3 SputhlaKp Carroll IJJp 4 Longyiew JH 5 TyleiOeeJIO 6 Valley 40 40 8 DeSoto 9 Aldine Eisenhower 21 10 San Antonio Roosevelt 30 Midland and Ennis stayed as the top team in 4A and also received 19 firstplace votes after beat ing Mesquite Horn New Braunfels was the only ranked 4A team to lose this week and dropped out of the poll from Marque both won Friday to keep spots two and For the second week in a Burnet was the unani mous 1 selection in Cubs move into tie as Astros HOUSTON AP Pinch hitter Pedro Feliz and Ray Durham hit consecutive home runs off Billy Wagner in the ninth inning Monday sending the San Francisco Giants to a 63 victory over the Houston Houston lost its third in a row and dropped into a tie for the NL Central lead with the Chicago who did not The Cubs hold a share of first place for the first time since The NL West champion Giants boosted their record at Minute Maid Park to 121 and moved within one game of Atlanta for the best record in the Marquis Grissom and An dres Galarraga also homered for the Barry Bonds went ending his streak of reaching base in 58 straight PINNANT CHASI NL Central W L Pot QB 12 Chicago 84 72 Louis 81 76 3 San Francisco Houiton 3 Chicago Pittsburghi game Pittsburgh Chicago second game Todcyi Qamat SanjVancjscq at Chicago at Louis at With the score tied at Jose Cruz singled off Wagner 1 4 with one out in the Feliz followed with his 14th and Durhams shot made it Wagner had al lowed only six homers all sea son coming The Astros got into trouble in the seventh when manager Jimy Williams lifted Ron Vil who had retired 12 in a He left leading A good dog makes your hunting trip even better Good dogs are hard to come At least for I did have some nice dogs as a But my def inition of good was different than it is There are lots of different dog That is because different people like different things in I have hunted with dozens upon dozens They were all different Some in more ways than Some seemed to be able to read their owners minds and obey every Oth ers didnt care to listen or behave at dog and outofcontrol owner try to work But when you witness a good rela tionship between a wellmannered hunting dog and their itll make just about anyone respect the relation ship between dog and master A little over a two years I got my first hunting Hes a yellow Labra dor named At he was obviously He dwarfed his but his laid back demeanor caught my As the 11 puppies were playing in tiWfeta little Jackson just acted differ He was cajmer and injore observant wflitffn tyrMj IteCTi us ftp Time has flown by since Jackson became a member of our We worked hard learning to understand and respect each I watched numerous dogtraining videos and read lots of books on the One thing became very I needed more training than We worked on basic commands stay and come were Retrieving all kinds of including the morning was accomplished Most of the training was in our front Our neighbors watched as Jackson happiiy obeyed most ot my It me groud that others were taking notice that Jackson and I made a good team Jackson now tips the scales at over 100 but is all we had an annual dove and Jackson was in Weve now been hunting together for over two years and his skills continue to amaze and others as As the day and legal shooting time was I bent down and hugged my I reas sured him wed be back to do it With a big lick to my I think I understood what he KEITHWARHIN Keith Warren is the host of two weekly outdoor 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