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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Aaron plays fflsbee vRHI THF DAIIV NtwBrauilfeisboysbasketball 111SX UR1 Unicorns will take the courtheainst Page 5A Unicorns will take the coutthgalnst EdisOn in nottdistfict Cougarettes continue district play as they host Canyon girts basketball Cougarettes com Tim To have your event Davirf fiifpkalvis at by email at email@example.com Smlthson Valley girts basketball Rangers play host to South San in their final game before the Christmas break Lastsecond shot Brawner hits shot with five seconds left to carry New Braunfels past Canyon 5654 By Jason Staff Writer With the score tied at and 17 seconds remaining the New Braunfels girls basketball team was looking for a lastsecond shot to unseat crosstown rival Canyon the Unjcprns got just Mollie Brawner received the inbounds pass and dribbled to the drove into the lane and nailed a floater with five seconds left to lift the Unicorns to a 5654 victory over the Cougarettes in the District 25 4A opener I wasnt thinking about the I was just frying to get a pass off to a teammatefor the Brawner It feels great to win this me rivalry is very Brawner finished with 10 10 and six assists for the Brynna Monk had 11 points and Caitlin Buchanan The gamewinner came just sec onds after Canyon had completed a rally from a 14ppint third quarter deficit to tie the game at The Cougarettes Nita Kessler hit a jumper with 25 seconds left to tie y the score and Buchanan dribbled to half court where she quickly called I told the girls in the huddle that we just needed to relax and Coach Larry Schulte This was another classic battle between New Braunfels and They had the momentum in the fourth but we found a way to Bo Warm led the Cougarettes with 25 eight steals and three New Braunfels improved to 68 overall and 10 in district The will play at Lake Travis at Canyon is now in district play and will host Del Valle at REBECCA New Knudson 25 drives to the basket as Canyons Nita Kessler 33 and Kendra Clayton 31 defend during the Unicorns5654 Spurs hold off 7867 SAN ANTONIO Duncan had 21 points and 13 rebounds for his leaguelead ing 2Qtli the San Antonio Memphis scoreless over the final on the way to beat ing the Grizzlies 7867 Mon Tony Parker added 18 points for the who won their seventh Rasho Nesterovic added 10 and tied a careerhigh with 15 Lbrenzen Wright scored six points during an 80 spurt that brought the Grizzlies within 7267 with left but Memphis wouldnt score Bohzi Wells led with a breakaway layup blocked by Bruce Bowen to prolong the Grizzlies James Pau Gasol and Stromile Swift each had Swift scored at the buzzer to end the third to pull Mem phis within 6357 but the Spurs scored the first six points of the fourth to open The Spurs won despite turning the ball over 21 including 17 times in the sec Parker had 12 points in the second quarter to help the Spurs stay in the game despite justthree field goals in a span of over the first and second Mavericks 94 Antoine Walker scored 27 points and Steve Nash had 23 points and 11 assists to help Dallas coach Don Nelson move into sole possession of second place on the alltime victory list with the Mavericks 11194 win over the Toronto Raptors on Monday Antawh Jamison had 23 pointsand Dirk Nowitzki added CortezCooper run away with Jingle Bell 5K Eagles clinch NFC East with 3427 victory MIAMI AP From the first play a 59yard com pletion the Philadelphia Eagles had the Miami Dol phins proud defense Donovan McNabb passed for 236 receiver Fred die Mitchell threw ipr a down and Philadelphia extended its winning streak to nine games Monday night by beating the Dolphins 34 pushing Miami to the brink of elimination from playoff Wfth coach Dave edts job m to Do phins 86 slipped into their traditional December swoon with a second consecutive They could miss the play offs forthe year in a row even ifthey win their final two The Eagles 113 matched Louis for the NFCs best and their winning streak matches a franchise record set by the 1960 NFL Philadelphia has averaged 32 points in the past five and McNabb and company continued to roll against a Miami defense that ranked third in the NFL in points Week 15 Schedule Sunday Tennessee Buffalo 26 Chicago Minnesota 10 Indianapolis Atlanta 7 Louis Seattle Jets Pittsburg0 Kansas City Detroit 17 Tampa Bay Houston 3 Cincinnati Sari Francisco 38 New England Jacksonville 13 Denver Cleveland 20 Oakland galtimorejg Dallas Washington 0 Carolina Arizona 17 Green Bay Sani Diego New Orleans giants 7 Mondays game Philadelphia Miami 27 By David Rupkalvis 1 Sports Editor Ryan Gorman and Mirian CortezCooper ran away from a field of more than 300 people to win the Jingle Bell 5K Gorman dominated the mens winning the mile race in more than 30 seconds ahead of the next Scott Boyd won the masters race in CortezCooper was nearly as capturing the womens title in Cortez Cooper finishined 21 seconds in front of Connie Morales not only finished second but also took home the masters champi In the mens Efrain Vasquez finished second overall and won the 2529 age group in and Matt Hall was third overall and second in the 2529 age group in The best performance of the day may have come from Caitlin In addition to winning the womens 1519 age Pearce also fin ished third overall in Jingle Ball 5K Men Under 10 Hunter Joshua Nathan DAVID Miriam CortezCooper won the womens 1114 Adam Charles Christian 1519 Richard Shayn Weidner Drew 1 2024 Wolf Spencer Ty 2529 Efrain Matt 3034 Fred Gabriel Dusty 3539 Larry Gabriel Dusty 4044 Matt Jeff Shelly 4549 David Chevo Juan 5054 Ron Eddie Ed 5559 Chip Fernando Ed 6064 Steve Skip Warren 6569 Ed Carl Ray 7074 Al 7579 Al Donald Women Under 10 Amy Shea Emily 1114 Leslie Jessica Chesnay 1519 Caitlin Traci Krystal 2024 Kelly Naomi Carly 2529 Kelly Christine Christine 3034 Heather Angela Tina 3539 Elizabeth Stephanie Christina 4044 Kerry Eydie Jean 4549 Meredith Camilla Laura 5054 Christina Pam Jennie 5559 Claire 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