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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas September 2003 t To haVe your event contact David Rupkalvis at by email at firstname.lastname@example.org SMITHSONVALLEYTENN1S Rangers travel to San Antonio dtstftctrnaKhup CANYON SUBVARSITY FOOTBALL YoungCougarstraveltoDrippingSprings SMITHSON VALLEY SUBVARSITV Rangers take on Port Arthur Memorial in Times Both freshman and junior varsity teams c f M i i Packers use quick start to down 3823 By Rick Gano AP Sports Writer CHICAGO New Soldier Field or old Soldier it makes little Ahman Brett Favre and the rest Df the Green Bay Packers just ove to play the Chicago Green ran for 176 yards on 19 and Favre threw jhuree touchdown lead ng the Packers past the Bears 1823 Monday The Packers 22 won for the 17th time in the last 19 meetings between the NFLs oldest building a 246 halftone lead against the win less Bears Favre improved his career record against the Bears to 19 4 and has now directed 10 straight road wins against He also reached another jumping ahead of Dan Pouts to 5 on the career passing yards Green ran for two IDs one art early When the Bears got within eight points in the final quar it away with a ipaJr of Tt to JMvon Walker with re maining and a 1yarder to Bubba Franks with FaVre also connected with William Henderson on a 14 yard scoring pass in the first half and now has 47 career TD passes against the most against any The booed in their newlook stadium that is part of a million lakefront beautification ap peared to get back in the game with left when Anthony Thomas broke off a 67yard TD run it 24 But then the Packers re moving 64 yards in seven Greens 32yard run through the porous Chicago defense carried to the Minutes Favre rolled right and found Walker wide open in the end Green Bay put it away with a 54yard drive capped by Favres toss to Kprdell who was five scored on a 1yarti run with remain By that most of the crowd of had gone Week 4 Results Navy Jetiie Houxon Jacksonville 20 Arizona Phladalphja Buffalo Indianapolis Orleans 21 Washington gONew England 7 Kansas Baltimore 10 Diego 31 lOT Carolina Denver Detroit 16 TI1 dates New Yfark Giants and Tampa Bay Green Bay Chicago 23 Learning to play early in life Canyon golfers sweep junior tournament By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer Many future PGA Tour hopefuls gathered at the Sundance Golf Course in New Braun fels Sunday to display their They came from San Antonio and even New and they came to play in the Sundance Golf Course funior There was a 9hole division for children ages nine to 11 and three 18hole divisions for the older chil dren The ninehole djyjisipn consisted of of three shoot for a par whileme 18hole divisions consisted of individual golfers aiming for par I enjoyed playing in this Ive already played in two said 9 yearold Hannah Duvall of New Duvalls team shot a 1under par and took Tenyearold Colton King of New Braunfels participated in his firstever golf tournament Kings team shot a 3over par 32 and finished in third This was I enjoy playing King said after finishing his I plan to play golf in junior high and in high In the more 18hole Blue Divi the top three finishers were all members of the Canyon High School golf Michael Carnes took the top spot and was the overall winner after Firing a round of 3 I needed to work on my Carnes said after shooting It feels good to Carnes edged his Canyon Clay Holcomb by three strokes and Will Hutchison by six strokes to win the This was good preparation for our high school tournament next Hutchi son said after his 9over par This tournament was a great way to get back in shape from the Holcomb joined his high school team mates in praising the This was a good I had fun and it feels good to take second The best competition of the day came in the girls field where Mei Liu and Jessica Borth battled back and forth for 18 holes before finishing tied at Uu won the girls championship in a DAVID Michael Carnes chips on to the green during the Sundance Junior Golf Championships Carnes won the tournament by three Results from the Sundance Junior Championships Sunday ut the Par68 Sundance Golf BLUE TEES FLIGHT Michael Carnes 61 Clay Holcomb 64 Will Hutchison 67 Stevie Ray Martinez 69 Trenton Irwin 71 Son Hoang 71 Dustin Bryant 72 Chris Koepsel 74 Matthew Rodriguez 82 Vincent Lea 96 Cory Piepor WD Brandon Bryant WO WHITE TEES FLIGHT McCollough 63 Charles Uudermilk 68 Jared Cornish 69 Lawrence Lee 69 Mei Liu 70 Jessica Borth 70 Charles Torres 71 Joshua Hall 83 Suzanne Ervin 85 Joann Ervin 87 Lillian Ferguson 88 RED TEES FLIGHT Lauren Taylor 76 Elizabeth Kensing 80 Kurt Cox 87 Ernoiy Banks 91 Sarnmie Goldfarb III 95 Aaleen Cox 96 THREEPERSON SCRAMBLE Grant Connor Baehre and Ian Davis 28 Hannah Gabriella Davis and Alexiz Torres 28 Jessica Sain Jackson and Colton King 32 DAVID Will Hutchison tees on his way to a Smithson Valley grad leads TLU into first Staff reports Smithson Valley graduate Lindsey Kolmeier played well in three matches to lead the TLU vol leyball learn to a perfect Kolmeier had 11 12 digs and three blocks to lead the Bulldogs to a huge victory over McMurray University The Bulldogs won the backandforth 159 to take a one game lead over a junior outside hitter had a lot of help in the Senior middle blocker Tracy Heathcock registered 32 and Jacqueline Horstmann had a careerhigh 68 Kolmeier recorded seven eight digs and four blocks Saturday as the Bulldogs topped With the the Bulldogs improved to 98 overall and 50 in the American Southwest Con ference West Kolmeier also played well as TLU trounced Sinithson Valley graduate had 17 15 digs and two service aces to lead the Bulldogs over the Marion wins district opener beats West 2712 By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor As his team struggled through nondistrict Marion football coach Scott Forester kept insisting that they were working towards peaking for That emphasis paid off Friday night when the Bulldogs topped South San West Campus 2712 in the district Marion is now 14 overall and 10 in the The game was close through three quarters as both teams scored early and then the defenses took Marion got on the board midway through the first quarter when quarterback Josh Balderas con nected with Kevin Colon on an 11yard touch down pass for a 70 Minutes West Campus scored on a 66 yard pass to close within For the next two the score But in the the Bulldogs took Matt Luddeke scored on a 1 yard run just seconds into the quar ter to give Marion a 136 With seven minutes left in the Balderas hit Sean Goodspeed on a sevenyard scoring pass and the Bulldogs went up West Campus made it closer with a touchdown less than two minutes but the Bulldogs put it away when John Alaniz scored on a 63yard Reducing scent improves chances when hunting Something is You smell that I instantly trusting my sense of smell that danger may be Turns out my wife had simply lit a Nothing to worry But a lesson to be The sense of smell is real and it doesnt Aromas such as baking pop grilling meat and even a favorite cologne are all But there are smells that signal When out many hunters overlook a deers sense of which is said to be at least 20 times greater than a humans sense of Other senses a deer relies on for pro tection are hearing and But with out a the deer uses its sense of smell as its number one defense against including 1 dont believe that it is humanly pos sible to eliminate all human But 1 do believe there are many things hunters can do to greatly reduce his or her By reducing human you will have a much greater chance of taking a A couple of hunting manufacturers are selling suits that are advertised to eliminate human These suits are lined with carbon and absorb human 1 have used them and enjoyed suc cess on the there is a down side to the The cost of these suits is substantial and the ones 1 have used are very Even when using these i have had to take additional measures to reduce human Here are some tips to help you remain as odor free to deer as only wear your hunting clothes when Clothing will pick up odors from cooking food and cigarette In clothing will pick up almost any only put your hunting clothes on when going You also need to prepare yourself before heading out into the Show er using a scentfree soap and wash your clothes with a laundry detergent that is also Use an anti perspirant that is also scenj and apjjjy a liquid seent Jailer product to all clothing and gear going found in any hunting Dont forget to spray your boots and cap as I like to carry my scentfree hunting clothes in a plastic bag to the I sim ply change clothes and bag my clothes 1 walked in This may sound like a lot of but it will be worth it when you go home with a trophy There are also some oth er tools available to help eliminate odors while There are many manufac turers of products intended to help eliminate human od Wildlife has a variety of products that I have used and found to be very helpful in the KEITH WARRIN Keith Warren is the host of two weekly outdoor televi sion pwgrams that broad cast
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