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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Srauntels 1raWR MMMR Tuesday October 21 to haw your event publicized contact David ftopkfiivls at 62S9144 223 or by email at drupkalvis@hflraldzeitung.com THE DAILY CKET Smlthson Valley Junlofvarstty JV Blue1team hosts Brackenridge while White mm visits l Canyon subvarslty Canyon freshman and junior varsity teams visit Time Preshmen New Braunf els subvarslty Young Unicorns host Dripping Springs teams play at and 6 whilejunior varsity team plays at Still perfect Chiefs hold off struggling Raiders 1710 OAKLAND Calif confi dent City Ctilefe noth ing to beat the Oakland Raiders in decisive fashion They end ed up holding on for dear life Monday night when a backup quarterback turned a potential shutout into a shootout Oaklands Tim Brown was tackled on the Kansas City 1 as time expired and theunbeaten Chiefs won their seventh straight 1710 over their bit ter rivals Trent Green passed for 206 yafds for Kansas City which tied a franchise record for consecutive wins But the Chiefs had to survive a gutsy last minute drive led by Marques Tula sosopo who had thrown just six pass es all season took over for injured MVP Rich Gannon in the second half He led two scoring drives and drove the Raiders 25 from their own 6 with left to the Kansas City goal line on a drive featuring two catches by Jerry Rice and a huge 35yard reception by Jerry Porter Oakland even tried a fake spike to get in the end zone but the game end ed when Jerome Woods and Greg Wes ley tackled Brown on a catch at the 1 while time ran out Gannon bruised his right shoulder in the final minute of the second quarr ter then spent the second half on the sidelines nursing the injury which came from two vicious sacks by Shawn Barber and several other hard hits Tuiasosopo also struggled before sparking the Raiders to an impressive fourth quarter The thirdyear pro had just 69 yards passing in his entire career but was 16of28 for 224 yards in the second half Priest Holmes rushed for 123 yards and ran for a 2yard touchdown with left that gave Kansas City a 173 lead For the Chiefs this win took some of the sting out of an embarrassing 240 loss in Oakland last Dec 28 the first time in 88 meetings between the for mer AFL foes that the Raiders shut them out Mavericks get Walker from Celtics DALLAS las Mavericks bulked up an already strong offerjise Mon AllStarfor ward Antpirie Walker from the Boston Celtics in a player trade The Celtics agreed to take center Raef LaFrentz and the four years remaining on a million fiveyear con tract signed before last sea son The Celtics also get Jiri Welsch and Chris Mills players the Mavericks got in an offseason trade that also brought Antawn Jamison from Golden State and Dal las firstround pick in 2004 Its not every day that a mes saidDonnie Nelson Dallas president of basketball operations We feel weve got one of the most versatile coaches in the league To add a player of Antoines ability just gives coach Don Nelson more options to work Nelson struck the deal with Danny Ainge who became Bostons head of basketball operations in May The two are close friends with Nelson having been an assistant to Ainge in Phoenix Between his jobs with the Suns and Celtics Ainge was a TV analyst and he said on the air he did not like Walk ers game Now Walker a threetime AllStar who averaged points and rebounds last season goes from playing alongside one high scorer in Paul Pierce to being joined by nucleus of Dirk Nowitzki Steve Nash and Michael Finley plus Jamison who was added in August TJjf Maverjeks the NBAs highestscormg team the last two years have now upgraded a roster that won 60 games and reached the Western Conference finals last lesson We want it more Longtime teammates friends hope to lead Canyon to state title By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor Brooke Engel and Tiffany Shedrock have spent most of their lives playing volleyball together They began as young children moved on to middle school and now take the court as seniors at Canyon High School Both have had successful careers have played in state tournaments and have won their playing days with the Cougarettes they have one mountain left to climb They want to win a state champi onship Engel is the main offensive threat for Canyon and leads the team in kills and blocks By leading the Cougarettes in kills in almost every game Engel has become one of the most feared volleyball players in the state Compared to her team mate Shedrock plays almost in obscurity but she is equal ly important to the Cou garettes In fact for every kill Engel accumulates the odds are that Shedrock passed her the ball The relationship between a setter and an outside hitter is probably the most important on a volleyball team It takes hours and hours of practice for the two cogs to become comfortable with each other Each hitter likes the pass in a different position and each setter has a unique style that must be adjusted to Ifs a combination of a lot of Engel said Practice helps so With Engel and Shedrock the connection needed for greatness was accomplished many years ago The two first became teammates when they were 7years old and since that time Shedrock has been setting up Engel To determine where to set the ball and who to set the ball to Shedrock must watch and listen at all times As soon as a ball is hit across the net her teammates pass it to her Shedrock then has to listen as teammates say what the opposing team is doing has to watch the defense set f Upland then lias to decide where to pass the ball That all happens in just seconds but Shedrock says its no big deal Ive been playing for a long Shedrock said After a while you just have to get Once the pass is made Engel has to then time her approach and leap perfectly so she can hit the ball in a way so that first its not blocked and then gets to the ground forakffl You have to have a lot of Engel said You have to really try to hit someone in the Watching a volleyball match from the stands is much dif ferent than on the court On the court the play ers are always talking flash ing signs and working togeth er to make a cohesive unit that can win The constant action is what makes both Engel and She drock love the game Its a lot of fun to Engel said Theres a whole lot going on around After startmg slowly this sea son the Cougarettes have gelled and clinched a berth in the state tournament last week That accomplished one team goal but there is still one more left CANYON Page 6A Senior Brooke Engel serves the ball during a recent match at the Cougar Den Engel and senior Tiffany Shedrock hope to end their 11year run as teammates by winning a state title at Canyon High School With playoff berths in hand area teams strive for more By David Sports Editor The Canyon New Braun fels and Smithson Valley volleyball teams all have state tournament bertha securely in hand but all three teams still have work to do during the final weeks pf the regular season New Braunfejs has already clinched the District but the Unicorns stall want to secure an unbeaten district season New Braunfels will be on the road two times this week traveling to Bastrop tonight and Dripping Spri ngs oh Friday With wins in both matches the Unicorns would take a 305 record into the playoffs The Cougarettes will end the regular season with a pair of matches at home Canyon hosts Lockhart tonight ancl Eastrop Friday The Cougarettes have already clinched second place in the district and will See VOLLEY Page 6A Nutrition keys to large whitetail bucks siderrny knowledge A Adeer to be considerable Not to say that know it because 1 dont It is just I have leajned nothing new about in a tang to untu recently Most of what deer hunters know may sdll have spots indpeQisiQnaJly nurse ram the aoe ftey are capable of Proetf between 114 pound and I8j pounds of supplemental food nurtfim Nutrition and predators play an important rote in how Week 7 Results Dallas 38 Datroit 7 Jet3 19 Hourton 14 New Orleans 45 Atlanta 17 St Louis 34 Green Bay 24 Tennessee 37 Carolina 17 Naw England 19 Miami 13 OT Philadelphia 14 Giants 10 Cincinnati 34 Baltimore 26 Minnesota 28 Denvsr 20 San Diego 26 Cleveland 20 Seattle 24 Chicago 17 Buffalo 24 Washington 7 San Francisco 24 Tampa Bay 7 Opan dates Indianapolis Pittsburgh Arizona Mondayi gama Kansas City 17 Oakland World Series moves to sunny Florida MIAMI AP Karim Garcia was running a bit late to practice Monday when he jogged down a darkened corridor and headed onto the field at Pro Player Sta dium Suddenly the New York Yankees outfielder jerked his head The bright glare blinded him i M he said scram bling for his shades Sunglasses scattered in the clubhouse bottles of videos tot in fee teW and from ote Mm serious trophy ranches RQJ stooting yQung ft te preyiQMsJy the jr property is important fer snifter deveJopnm But important age A deer is not consid from genetics as being the most important to nutrition and maturity NO buck wl ever reach trophy size unless he is to interview to jmaKnU who is Oenetics arj the most diffl cult thing tq sarreet to a grow After We is tatod fettle of new supplemental deer feed is ing to Dr e Urae they aje Sundayi Game New York 6 Florida 1 Todays New York at Florida FOX Gatorade strewn in the dugout players in shorts Clearly the scene had shifted in this World Series Not that the Florida Mar lins mind at all going into Game 3 Tuesday night tied at 1 with the Yankees Ace Josh Beckett was to start against New Yorks Mike Mussina I think our advantage in this park is that people think its ugly and think its not a baseball Marlins out fielder Jeff Conine said But we call it home and we feel like weve got that advan tage The Marlins were one of the majors best home teams this season There are shades of October too the last time the Series was here the crowd was going crazy as Edgar Renteria hit a winning single to beat Cleveland in Game 7 in 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