New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 2003, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, October 4, 2003 SCOREBOARD WHATS AHEAD Leading the way Three Smithson Valley seniors have led a young team to an early advantage in district volleyball play. Sidelines Smith shoots hole in one More than 33 years after he began playing golf, David C. Smith finally hit the perfect shot Sept. 27, scoring a hole in one on the 16th hole at the Sundance Golf ('.ourse. While playing from the white tees on the 16th hole, Smith used a Ben I logan Glade 9-Iron and a Titleist ball to score the ace on the 134-yard par 3. lawrence Blinder witnessed the shot. Herrera wins JV race (ieorge I lerrera, a freshman at New Braunfels f light School, won the two-mile junior varsity race and teammate Charles Rickard finished 13th during the prestigious lf FSA/Whataburger Invitational last week. I lerrera finished the two-mile course in 11:11. Rickard was timed in 12:00. Aristocats hosting tournament The Canyon I Ugh School Aristocats are hosting their third annual Aristocat Golf Tournament Oct. 11 at the Northcliffe Country Club. The tournament will be a f lorida Scramble and players can make their own teams. The entry fee is $60 per player and includes green fee, cart fee. range balls, sodas, food and assorted prizes. The proceeds from the tournament will help the Aristocats Dance Team pay for its trip the national finals in florida. for information call Spike or Karen Blevins at (210) 651-9372, or e mail mail4acats^>yahoo.com. Middle school team wins again The (Canyon “B” volleyball team beat Smithson VaUey, winning 25-16,25-12 to improve to 4-1 on the season. Bryttany Gomez had 14 points, Taylor Mosley nine points, Amy Mosley five points to lead the team. Kelsey I loegenauer played an excellent game at the net with four blocks. Other players who performed well included Bayiee Becker, Claire Gubemator. Audie I lenk, loan friesenhahn, Emma luckmeyer, Shay Meyers, Allison Schmacher, DeDe (barter and Rebekah Rubio. New Braunfels golf team fifth The New Braunfels golf team is in fifth place after the first day of a high school tournament at Roy Kaiser (Jolf Club in Austin. Nick Williams led the Unicorns with a round of I-over-par 72. Jordan Gomez and Tyler Waite finished with rounds of 76, Josh Whey shot 78 and IXJ. Greun scored 85. The tournament will conclude with the final round today. CANYON CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Molinet has another big game game for the Cougars, rushing for 174 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries. Green had perhaps his best game of the season, rushing for 88 yards on 15 carries and completing 7 of 11 passes for 98 yards and a score. Stephen Aldridge came off the bench in the second half and ran for 51 yards on eight carries. Williams and Shawn Thompson each had two catches and Molinet, Ryan O’Dell and Jeffrey Booker had one grab each. Canyon will be off next week and will return to action with a game at Lake Travis Oct. 17. DAMO MGRAM/Heraid-Zeitung Canyon quarterback James Green avoids Dripping Springs defenders Friday. Stars hope to make up for missed opportunity FRISCX) (AP)—After a long summer pondering their early departure from the playoffs last season, the Dallas Stars want to make up for a blown opportunity for a Stanley Cup. “You have such high expectations. You put together a team that’s supposed to win it, and you have a payroll that’s indicative of that, and things don’t work out," said Mike Modano, now the Stars captain. "You just want to redeem yourself." Dallas, with .a new coach and an influx of talented new players that boosted the payroll to about $66 million, led the Western Conference with 111 points last season. After beating Edmonton in the first round of the playoffs, everything seemed to be lining up perfectly. Seventh-seeded Anaheim was up next, and Detroit and Colorado — other top teams in the Western (inference — had been eliminated by first-round upsets. But the Stars didn’t make it past the Mighty Ducks, who beat Dallas in six games. "It was no enjoyment at all of what we did in the season after what happened. We didn t do enough,” said defenseman Philippe Boucher. “Last year was a golden opportunity for us," said right wing Rob DiMaio. The Stars open the season Wednesday night at home with a grudge game against Anaheim. While there weren’t as many offseason changes as in previous years, this is a definitely different team. Defenseman Derian Hatcher, the captain who played his first 11 NHL seasons for the Stars, left for Detroit as a free agent. Daryl Sydor, another defenseman who was part of the Stars’ Stanley Cup championship in 1999, was traded. And Kirk Muller retired. Allowing I latcher to sign with the rival Red Wings was one of a series of episodes over the summer that showed Stars officials now view the team more as a real business than in the past. The Stars started the offseason by putting forward IMerre Turgeon on waivers and offering a greatly reduced buyout of the three years left on his $32.5 million, five-year contract. All-Star winger Bill Guerin, the top free agent acquired last summer along with Boucher and Scott Young, was then offered for a trade. NAVARRO CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Scuffle mars end of contest But the Panthers’ defense came up with big stops when it needed them and Navarro held on for the win. “This was a big win for our program tonight," Coach Liv Havron said. “We beat a perennial playoff team. Every time they would score we would answer. This is a big win.” With 1:30 left in the game, a scuffle broke out after a play was blown dead and the scuffle nearly turned into a bench-clearing brawl. 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