New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 8, 2003, Page 7

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October 08, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, October 8, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page i ASCOREBOARD WHATS AHEAD Gridiron battles Check the results from the Smithson Valley and New Braunfels district football games Friday. "" FLOOR DEPOT i \/i UEinynv lwes ny s/w/e ss SS MARBLE 12X12 WAS $5«»Sq. ft. Now    Ft. CERAMIC TILE CLOSE-OUT was $2<2t s* rt Now 69‘Sq. Ft. DESIGNER HARDWOOD was $7*79 fc). rt. Now • 99CSq. FT. PERGO FLOORING WAS |3r7t Sq. Ft. Now 99(Sq. Vt. BERBER OR TEXTURED CARPET was $1&§9 sd. rt. Now $5«MSq. Id. SNAP LAMINATE CLOSE-OUT WAS    Sa. rt. Now 99<*il * 6 Months • No Payment • No Interest s.... \1.Ict.nls MON SAT 9-6:30 • SUN 12-5 15125 IH 35 N. • SELMA,TX I Mi Outside Loop 1604 110-946-81 OO ARE YOU PREPARED? 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Walnut Ave. through Oct. 27. Registration is open for boys and girls ages 4 to 17. The cost is $70 per player with a family maximum of $135. For information call 620-9118. Club to host Outback Dinner The Canyon High School Spirit Booster Club will host an Outback Dinner fund-raiser at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Canyon High School Auditorium. Food will be catered from the Outback Steakhouse in San Marcos. There is a $15 charge for the dinner and all proceeds will benefit the Booster Club. Tickets can be purchased at Canyon High School or from any club member. Silver Spurs golf event Saturday The Smithson Valley Silver Spurs Dance Team Booster Club will host its third annual golf tournament, silent auction and dinner Oct 11 at Rayner Ranch Golf Club in Spring Branch. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. with a I p.m. shotgun start. A dinner and awards and prize presentations will follow. The tournament will be a four-person Florida scramble. Singles are accepted. The $75 registration fee includes dinner, cart, green fees and door prizes. Dinner is $15 for nongolfers. A hole-in-one prize of a Las Vegas vacation is being sponsored by Ace in the Hole. All proceeds will benefit the Silver Spurs Dance Team. For registration forms or information caU (210) 240-2666, or (210) 710-9024. COLLEGE STATION (AP) — Texas A&M offensive tackle Alan Reuber knows the sting of pubUc scrutiny aU too weU. That’s why he’s so sympathetic to the Aggies’ beleaguered defense.    .    . “For four years we were the kicking dogs offensively and the offensive fine especiaUy,” Reuber said Tuesday. “We were the ones trying to pick up the slack so I know exactly where they are.” The Aggies’ once proud defense has been booted Cowboys hope to end losing streak against Eagles Sunday IRVING, Texas (AP) — Now that the DaUas Cowboys are * feeling good about themselves, here come the Philadelphia Eagles to try spoiling their fun. Again. The last four seasons, the Eagles have beaten the Cowboys six straight times and seven of eight. WhUe that kind of frequency is enough to give any team a complex, the intriguing part is that most of those Philadel-phia victories shook things up in DaUas more than a typical loss would. There was the end to a 3-0 start in 1999 that also turned out to be the end of Michael Irvin’s career. There was the pickle juice game that set Dave Campo’s tenure off to a bad start and the Eagles’ appearance the day it became obvious Campo would be fired. Philadelphia also ruined Joey Galloway’s debut and proved that Ryan Leaf was a historicaUy bad idea. Now Jerry Jones' latest, greatest experiment is off and running. New coach BUI Par-ceUs has DaUas at 3-1, first in the NFC East and riding its first three-game winning streak since 1999. MeanwhUe, the Eagles have battled back from an 0-2 start with two straight wins and are just one game behind the Cowboys. For their next feat, the Cowboys must do more than just beat the Eagles. They also must exorcise this PhiUy Funk before it turns into the kind of jinx supporters of the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox have been lamenting for generations. Mavericks top Magic, 99-89 around for three straight weeks, most recently by Texas Tech, which Ut up the scoreboard in Saturday’s 59-28 loss. It was the most points allowed by an Aggies defense in school history and the young defenders still have a tough schedule ahead. The Aggies offense hasn’t been setting records either in coach Dennis Franchione’s first season but the defense has been aUowing records to happen. The Aggies defense ranks 96th nationaUy in total defense and is 91st in pass defense. “It’s (criticism) not something we didn’t expect,” said safety Jaxson Appel. “We haven’t played well enough to keep people from harping on us. Until we do, they’re not going to stop. The only people who can stop that is us and the way we play.” The art of tackling has eluded the Aggies much of the season. Defensive coordinator Carl Tarbush found one of his team’s defensive stats partic ularly offensive. “It was amazing how many yards they (Texas Tech) had after the point of contact,” Tarbush said. “They made we-U over 200 yards and you have to give them credit for that. But at the same time we’ve just got to do a better job of tackling.” But it wasn't until year* later that I saw the toll it had taken on me... DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels' Katie Johnson passes a ball during the Unicorns four-game victory over Canyon Tuesday UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Coach Sanders encouraged Sarah Batey 25 digs and Natalie Fey 16 kills for Canyon. Despite the loss, Sanders said she was encouraged by the improvement her team RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Rangers win without nead coach game,” Werchan said. “We just did what we had to do to win showed when comparing the two matches between Canyon and New Braunfels. “Hopefully what we’re doing here is preparing for matches down the road,” Sanders said. “We want to get better every match and we’re doing that.” New Braunfels will visit Del Valle Friday and Canyon will take a break before visiting Del Valle Tuesday. tonight. Coach (Funk) wasn’t with us physically but he was with us in spirit." Teuton led the Rangers with six aces. Mueller had nine assists, Werchan eight kills and three blocks and Brooke LaRue six digs. DALLAS (AP) — Rookie free agent Marquis Daniels scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half and Dirk Nowitzki had 16 points as the Dallas Mavericks beat the Orlando Magic 99-89 Tuesday night in an exhibition game. Mavericks forward Antawn Jamison sat out with back spasms. Jamison, who was acquired from Golden State in August, is listed as day to day. Dallas (1-1) was also without guard Michael Finley, who missed his second consecutive exhibition game with a strained right quadriceps. And forward Eduardo Najera sprained his right shoulder in the second quarter. He is day to day. Z-C0IL pain relief footwear' 880 Business Limp IS New Braunfels. TX 78130 830 629.9300 Mon Fri IO. 30am-o: 30pm Sat IO:30am-5:30pm Closed Sunday I always knew smoking was bad tor me . c* , Free Saturday Injury Clinic for School-Aged Athletes Sports ^Medicine Grand ON TO OUR Opening New Braunfels! ;

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