New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 2003, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 12, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, November 12, 2003 SCOREBOARD WHAT'S AHEAD A winning kick Canyon graduate Wes Zunker has matured into a star kicker at New Mexico.Tvr COMING/, THURSDAY mmmm Sidelines Smithson Valley tickets on sale Tickets to Smithson Valley’s playoff opener against Taft will be one sale for the rest of the week at Smithson Valley High School. Tickets can be purchased from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at the field house and noon to 1:30 p.m. at the cafeteria today, Thursday and Friday. Tickets will also be available at Ranger Stadium Friday night. Tickets cost $6 for reserved seating, $5 for adults general admission and $3 for students general admission. Sullivan to be highlighted on Outdoor Life Network By staff reports New Braunfels native Garrett Sullivan will be highlighted this week on the Outdoor Life Network as a competitor in the Fly Fishing Masters competition. Sullivan, a 2000 graduate of New Braunfels High School, and his partner, lye Green, can be seen in action at 4 p.m. Thursday and again at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. The two anglers will be competing in the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Division of the tournament. The Fly Fishing Masters competition brought 400 of the best fly fishing anglers in the world together for one competition. The 200 teams were split into four divisions and the divisions were pared to eight teams after a casting competition. Sullivan and Green made it to the final eight and once on the water also won the first round of fishing competition to reach the final four competitors in the Rocky Mountain Division. The two teams that win the semifinals will face off with the winner joining the other three division winners in the championship finals at an undisclosed location. All of the fishing can be seen live on the Outdoor Life Network. Sullivan began fly fishing when he was 11 years old and spent a lot of time fishing the Guadalupe River. I Ie became the first junior fisherman to be elected to the board of the local Trout Unlimited chapter. After graduating from high school, Sullivan accepted a job as a fishing guide in (Colorado where he works in the summer. Astros sign Miceli for one year HOUSTON (AP) — The Astros agreed to terms with journeyman right-handed reliever Dan Miceli on a one-year deal Tuesday, making him the first of 210 free agents to sign.    - Miceli, 33, will make $600,000 this season, up from $350,000 last year. The Astros acquired Miceli from the New York Yankees on July 29. It was Iris fourth stop of the 2003 season, and he went 1-1 with a 2.10 ERA in 30 innings for I louston. Overall, Miceli was 2-4 with a 3.20 FRA last year with (Colorado, Cleveland, New York audikiufciuu. I Ie becammhe first person to pitch for teams in four divisions in a single season. 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THI CONSUMERS GUIDE TO HEARII Consumers Guide Compares 30 Major Hearing Aid Brands Get This Book To Learn: / What is the best brand for you? / How much do hearing aids cost? / What should you expect from new hearing aids?    _ Se hnblo espanol ’ Call for a FRI! copy- 830-620-4327 Offered to the public by NewSound Hearing Aid Center, 532 N. Union in New Braunfels.Halladay wins AL Cy Young Award NFW YORK (AP) — Roy Halladay bounced back from A-ball to the AL Cy Young Award in little more than two years. His pitching was so messed up during spring training in 2001 that the Toronto Blue lays left him in Dunedin to work out his troubles, causing I lalladay to wonder if his baseball career was at an end. Halladay was an overwhelming winner of the American League Cy Young Award on Tuesday, easily beating Chicago’s Esteban Loaiza. “When I went down that far, and really had no idea what I was going to do to get it back until I found that help, (it) was a little scary for me,” he said. After winning a major league-high 22 games, Halladay received;26 first-place votes and two seconds for 136 points in balloting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. I lalladay s big year included -a 15-game winning streak. I Ie credited former Blue Jays pitching coach Mel Queen for curing his mechanics and sports psychologist Harvey Dorfman for straightening out his head. “I think both of those go hand in hand as what made the difference for me,” said I lalladay, who has the most wins in the major leagues over the past two seasons. The 26-year-old right-hander had never won more than eight games in a season when he went 0-2 with a 9.23 ERA during spring training in 2001.UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Unicorns taking Trojans seriously Trojans are a very good team with a lot of team speed. “They are no slouch,” Walker said. “All the Cinderella’s are gone in the playoffs.” Anderson brings a 7-3 record into the game, including a 6-0 record in District 26-4A. New Braunfels is 7-3 and 5-1 in District 25-4A. Both teams won regular-season district championships. Despite last season’s success, Eberhard said the Unicorns can not count on a win just by showing up Friday. “It will take us ail being on our game,” he said. “We need a total team effort.” While the Unicorns are not guaranteed a victory, Eberhard said he feels the team is peaking at the right time and is in a good position to make another run at a state title. He said that after a season of ups and downs, the Unicorns were finally showing consis- REBECCA S. ROGERS/Herald-Zeitung Deke Eberhard (right) says technique helps him when facing bigger opponents. tency, especially on offense. “If we play our best games, we can go a long way with this team,” he said. “All of us seniors,’ we’ve come a long way. 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IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE MEETING, AND WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT A SUGGESTION, PLEASE COMPLETE THE ATTACHED QUESTIONNAIRE AND MAIL YOUR SUGGESTION TO: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 2940 IH 35 SOUTH NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 78130 NAME ADDRESS:. PLEASE INDICATE THE LOCATION AND DESCRIBE THE IMPROVEMENTS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT AS A CANDIDATE PROJECT: ;

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