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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday November SCOREBOARD GOODSPORTS Photo submitted by New Braunfels ISO The New Braunfels Middle School eighth grade volleyball team recently completed its season With first place district honors The team members are Kate Miller Amanda Oldani Ashley Truan Heather Maloy Katherine Berry Amelia Gorski Michelle Whitleyjina Brown Melanie Garrott Molly Swisher Blair Manner Aubrey Werner Ceslyea Knight Mary Beth Huber Janey Matulich Bonnie Lee Elise Schaefer Coach Kari Cooper Bethany Hood Kristina Varner Delarry Kraft Catie Hoffman Tiffany Kennemer Rebecca Myer Taylor Clark and Coach Nancy Weirman SIDELINES Sundance to host benefit event The Sundance Golf Course will host the fifth annual Blue Santa Junior Golf Tournament Sunday The tournament is unique because the entry fee each golfer must pay is a gift that can be given to a child in need The tournament is a coordinated effort between the Central Texas Junior GolSAssociation Communities in Schools and the New Braunfels Citizens Police Academy Communities in Schools chooses the families that are helped The deadline to register for the tournament is 5 today To register pick up your tag at the Sundance Golf Course or call 6293817 WHATS AHIAD Deletifthre warriors theRangen overaemns SmithsonVcih to REBECCA S New Braunfels senior Katie Johnson signs a letter of intent to play softball at Alabama Monday while Athletic Director Rick Rhoades Coach Tracy Greebon and Katies parents Rob and Teresa Johnson look on Johnson signs with Alabama By Jason Chlapek Staff Writer The biggest challenge will be getting back to the College World Johnson said Just playing in the South a letter of intent Monday to Conference will be play softball at the University changing enough I think of Alabama Auburnwill be our toucrhest New Braunfels High School senior Katie Johnson signed Johnson is a catcher and outfielder for the Unicorns softball team and an outside hitter for the volleyball team She will likely play catcher for the Crimson Tide Im relieved now because I know where Im going for col Johnson said I knew when I visited that I wanted to go to Alabama The people there are very friendly and it reminds me a lot of New Braunfels I think mom and dad were happy with my deci Last season the Crimson Tide made its firstever appearance to the College World Series something that Johnson wants to help the team continue on a consis tent basis Auburn will be our toughest conference Before Johnson begins her journey to Alabama she still has one season left at New Braunfels sort of sad this being my last season at New Braun Johnson said We just want to go as far as we can this ZIMMERMAN MofM Ki Crimmol In Ovf Trial lov Injury Tnul low GAIL KAY ZIMMERMAN I MARTIN ZIMMHMAN New Braunfels swim team places second By David Rupkalvta Sports Editor Daniel Phipps and John Quinn won Individual races and swam on two victorious relay teams to lead the New Braunfels swimming team to second in a trimeeUJaturday The Unicorns Competed against Taft and Earl Warren High Schools Phipps won the 500yard freestyle in winning by more than 30 seconds Quinn captured the 100yard backstroke in Quinn won his race by close to five seconds Phipps and Quinn teamed with Mitch Adams and Sean Duckworth to win the 400 yard freestyle relay in and the 200yard freestyle relay in The victory the 200 relay was by a whopping 15 sec onds Quinn also finished second in 200free in with Phipps third in Duckworth added to his relay wins by placing second in the 100free in sec onds Adams placed fifth in the 100fly and 100breast stroke and Phillip Cameron was fifth in the 50free and sixth in the 100free Coach Doug Konomos said i freshman Ivan Serta swam well and posted a personal best in the 50yard freestyle Dane Malatesta was the only individual winner for the Unicorns girls taking the 100 yard breaststroke in The team of Elise Strerttel Kelly Shelton Katherine merman and Kip Duckworth won the 200yard freestyle relay in Kip Duckworth was third in the 200intermediate medley in and in the 100yard butterfly in Zimmerman also swam well placing second in the 50 free in seconds and third in the 100free in Stremel was second in the 100free in and third in the 200free in The Canyon swim team competed in a duai meet Fri day and while full results were not available but Konomos said Jessica Lucas was second in the 200freestyle and in the 500freestyle Lindsey Miller and Reed Cleckler also swam well for the Cougars The Unicorns and Cougars will compete in the county meet Saturday at the NOrth side Natatorium in San Anto nio UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Brawner scores 24 to lead the Unicorns 1 i job with out defense We caused some turnovers but mote importantly we con verted on the turnovers I was Very pleased with the pressure defense Im proud 6f the way we Schulte Brawner led the Unicorns andffve steals Buchanan added 16 points and six rebounds and Sarah Kniidson and Brown had 7 points each The tfriiCdfrlSlwiil Mttpete ih the Muttd ttiitf hiahierit Navarro girls The Navatro pls ball team overcame a 2147 halfdme deficit to beat John son City 4833 in its season opener Tuesday Freshman Maildry Miller came off the bench to spark the Panthers Miller poured in 16 secondhalf points to help Navarro overcome its slow start Kara Peak added 12 points for the Panthers and Holly Albert finished with 8 The Panthers will compete in the Lifegate Christian Tournament this weekend HE FLOOR DEPOT TO MARBLE 12X12 WAS K Kow Ft DESIGNER HARDWOOD NOW Ft BERBER OR TEJOURED CARPET CERAMIC TILE CLOSEOUT R NOW 69CSq It PERGO FLOORING Now Ft SNAP LAMINATE CLOSEOUT WAS sq Ft Now Ft 6 Months No Payment No Interest MONSAT SUN 125 Thomfeqiuinq Deadlines The following advertising deadlines have been changed to acommodate the Thanksgiving holiday IF We would like to wish everyone a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving From the employees at the HeraldZeitung Retail Glassifed 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