New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 14, 2003, Page 10

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December 14, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — HERALD-ZErruNG — Sunday,December 14, 2003 SCOREBOARD WHATS AHEADCan the Unicorns keep improving? See how New Braunfels fares in a nondistrict matchup with Edison Tuesday.\i COMINGU? ■ WEDNESDAY GOODSPORTS Photo submitted After an undefeated regular season, the New Braunfels Avengers under-15 boys team advanced to state by going 4-1 in the regional tournament last week. The Avengers were one of four New Braunfels Blast teams that made it to regionals and joins the under-13 girls in the state championships. The Blast teams are coached by Janice Cuccia, Julie Lafiolais and Jesse Esquivel. Avengers team members include: Jansen Albrecht, Ben Becker, Jacob Castilleja, Rumen Ganev, Brian Hidalgo, Zach Joost, Dustin Karrer, Travis Martin, Ryan McCartney, Zach Roeh, Colton Rutherford, Drew Schulle, Taylor Sheppard, Tony Soechting. Chase Wilke, Robert Worley and Reece Zunker. Sidelines SV Sports Gala Jan. 24 The Smithson Valley Athletic Booster Club will host the 3rd annual All Sports Gala at 7 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Anhalt Dance Hall. >. The gala is open to adults only and tickets cost $50. Tickets must be purchased by Jan. 18. The All Sports Gala is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the booster club. All proceeds will go to benefit athletics at Smithson Valley I Ugh School. The gala will include a catered dinner by Black Tie Affairs, live and silent auctions, a raffle, music and dancing. The raffle will have three $590 prizes and a grand prize of $1,000. Tickets can be purchased by mail by sending a check payable to SV-ABC to Lori Johnson, 2489 Bay Hill, Bulverde, Texas, 78163. You must indicate a name for each ticket, a return address and a telephone number. All mailed checks must be postmarked by Jan. 18. Tickets may also be purchased at the Blanco National Bank. The bank is located on Highway 46 in the HEB shopping Canter. For information, call Susan Wyatt at (830) 980-7214 or Sheri Kitchen at (210) 844i6870. u -u..    » Hunters can feed the hungry The Comal County Big Buck Contest is sponsoring the Comal County Hunters “Feed the Hungry." Hunters can donate their extra venison at Granzines Meat Market. The meat will be cut, packaged and delivered to needy families. For information, contact Sandy Nolte at 625-4866 or 708-1219. Holiday camp at McKenna Club The McKenna Club is hosting a I loliday Camp December 22 and December 29-30. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for children ages 4 to 11. Activities at the camp include arts and crafts, fitness classes and swimming. The cost for fitness members is $50, non-members $60 and recreational members $40 with $5 off for additional family members. For information, call 606-2829. Local centers making impact at college level Cowboys need to right ship against Redskins By David Rupkalvis Sports Editor High school football fans in the area have gotten used to watching winning programs, but for the most part Smithson Valley, New Braunfels and Canyon win without a large number of Division I caliber of players. But college recruiters have learned a secret about high school football in the greater New Braunfels area — the schools produce great centers. This year, three former players started at major universities and Canyon and New Braunfels had the top two centers in their district this year. Sure, there are other positions where local athletes shine at the college level. Reed Boyd is a starting linebacker for Texas, Wes Zunker made news as a place kicker for New Mexico, Alva de la Garza starts on the Texas A&M offensive line and Cody Fuller plays two sports at Texas Tech. Texas Tech edges San Diego State LUBBOCK (AP) — Andre Emmett scored 19 points as Texas Tech beat San Diego State 78-68 on Saturday. Tech (8-2) led by eight points early in the second half but San Diego St. used a 6-0 run to cut th&m^gm^ 5J-51 on a drive ny Brandon I leath with 12:56 remaining. T he Aztecs (5-3) kept it close but couldn’t overtake Tech. Tech led 40-34 at halftime. Darryl Dora gave Tech a boost late in the game, getting nine of 13 Red Raiders points in about a five-minute span tha.t ended with 3:51 to go. Tech had five players in double figures. Ronald Ross scored 16 points, Dora added 14, Robert Tomaszek had 13 and Jarrius Jackson scored IO. I leath scored 30 points and Wesley Stokes, Chris Walton and Aerick Sanders added eight each for San Diego State. But the emphasis seems to be at center. With New Braunfels graduate Nolan Bluntzer starting at the University of California, Smithson Valley graduate John Peel starting at the Air Force Academy and New Braunfels graduate Geoff Hangartner starting at Texas A&M, the centers truly have become the center of attention. Add to that Canyon's Roger Molinet was selected to the all-district first team and New Braunfels Justin Watts was the second team choice. Canyon Coach Brad Wright said he's not sure why centers have done so well at elite universities, but noted that college recruiters have begun to make regular stops at Canyon, New Braunfels and Smithson Valley to scout offensive linemen in general. With the all three schools placing an emphasis on working out in the weight room, Wright said the stops by recruiters are likely to continue. LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — I low does 8-5 feel? Not good at all when the last two games were lpst by a combined 45 points. And when the coach is Bill Parcells, it feels downright miserable. “It makes for a loooooooong week,’’ safety Darren Woodson said. “You can’t wait until they blow that whistle for the Washington game. That’s the kind of week this i^... a lot of yelling, a lot of screaming. Nothing’s going to be right no matter what it is. He’s a sore loser, and I think that’s what he wants us all to be, sore losers." After going 1-3 through a tough November schedule, the Dallas Cowboys are in danger of losing their grip on the improbable playoff run they crafted with a 5-1 start. Their Final three games, all against teams currently with losing records, will determine whether the quick start in ParceUs’ first year was just an early fluke. “I’m glad that we have Week 15 Schedule Sunday's games: Buffalo at Tennessee, noon Minnesota at Chicago, noon Atlanta at Indianapolis, noon Seattle at St Louis, n&n Pittsburgh at N Y Jets, noon Detroit at Kansas City, noon Houston at Tampa Bay. noon San Francisco at Cincinnati, noon Jacksonville at New England, noon Cleveland at Denver. 3 05 p rn Baltimore at Oakland. 3 05 p m Dallas at Washington. 3 15 p.m. Carolina at Arizona. 3:15 p.m. Green Bay at San Oiego, 3:15 p.m. N Y Giants at New Orleans, 7 30 p rn Monday's game: Philadelphia at Miami, 8 p.m. Gamas on television: Houston at Tampa Bay. noon, CBS Seattle at St Louis, noon, FOX Dallas at Washington, 3:15 p.m.. FOX Giants at New Orleans. 7:30 p.m.. ESPN something to play for. That’s very important, particularly in your first year," Parcells said. “This is a very, very key game for us." If other results fall just the right way, the Cowboys can even clinch a playoff berth with a victory. sp A/X/Z Plan Pricing Honored on All Eligible Vehicles ... 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