New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 7, 2005, Page 7

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April 07, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas April 2005 HERALDZEITUNG Page 7A Brooke prepares to sink a SPORTS COMING SATURDAY Part III CanyonNB regional soccer final To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at [email protected] HE DAILY 274A tennis meet Canyon netters begin play at district meet in Dripping Springs Time all day Unicorn Invitational New SVtracksters competing in seventeam event Time 3 Playing for state NB girls play in Region IV soccer final Time 4 Netters ready for district By Will Wright Sports Editor New Braunfels netters have several seeded individuals and teams going into the District 27 4A tennis which begins today at Dripping Todays play will feature the junior varsity and freshman with the varsities com peting Friday and Saturday at Lake Travis and the AustinTennis New Braunfels has six seeds and Canyon has one in the varsity which will send the top two teams and indi viduals to the Region IV meet April 2526 in San Leading the way for the Uni corns will be Hendrie seed ed 1 and RustyTurpin 3 in boys singles and Ashley Turpin 1 and Katie Barnhill 3 in girls New Braunfels boys doubles will be represented by the teams of Jake Baranowski and Andrew Jaroszewski 1 and Jake Hendrie and Henson Adams If we play we should have chance to have a lot of play ers advance to the regional tour New Braunfels coach David Mueller Those are my expectations and the teams Canyons girls doubles team of Candace Krueger and Callie Early have a 2 seed The dou bles teams of Natalie Wright and Ashley Barber and Hillary Hull and Rachel Dean will compete for New Others competing for the Cougars include Nico Rieben and Ryan Schumacher boys Theresa Duerr and Meghann Eckerdt girls singles and Emily Means and Chelsea Kay girls Mueller said Lake with riflearmed boys singles player Greg Van Winkle and another girl singles entry as 2 and Dripping with a girls doubles team as a 1 will also vie to send entries to The Unicorns had five entries advance last Were hoping to get at least that this year and maybe bet Mueller Houston edges Cards HOUSTON AP Andy Pettitte allowed only a solo homer to Reggie Sanders in a strong sixinning season and Mike Lambs two run triple in the bottom of the eighth led the Astros past Chad Quails pitched two perfect innings and Brad Lidge got three outs to help Hous ton break a threegame losing streak against the dating to Game 6 of the NL championship series last Octo Coming off an elbow injury that ended his season last Pettitte showed little rust in his outing against the Cardinals despite the long lay He retired the first nine he faced before giving up a sin gle to David Eckstein to lead off the In the Sanders sent Pettittes curve ball off the wall in left field but Pettitte giving up only one more hit before Quails replaced him to start the Canyon to host regional title match State berth riding on outcome of third game By Will Wright Sports Editor Canyon and New Braun fels will stage their Class 4A Region IV soccer final at 4 Saturday at Cougar Sta It will be the first time both schools have met to decide a regional Offi cials from both made the arrangements Tuesday Canyon 2542 got to the finals for the first time with a 43 dou bleovertime victory over GregoryPortland at The Cougars erased a 20 halftime deficit with a pair of goals in the second half and the gamewinner by Brandie Debacker in the sec ond New Braunfels 2181 scored three goals in the first half in a 40 win over Pleasanton at Northsides Farris Michelle Maegan Christina Racanelli and Tracey Whitley scored for the Each team has won on the others home field this sea The Unicorns downed the Cougarettes 32 in a Shootout at Cougar Stadium Canyon took a 20 victory and the District 284A title by beating New Braunfels at Unicorn Stadium March The winner of Saturdays game will advance to the MANDY Zeitung New Braunfels Christina battles Canyons Sarah Redwine for posses sion during the Cougarettes 20 victory over the Unicorns in the District 284A title game March teams will meet again for the Region IV title Saturday at University Interscholastic Leagues state tournament in Georgetown April New Braunfels reached the regional championship game last but lost to Lake Travis 21 in The two best teams in the region come from the same small and that makes this game pretty New Braunfels coach Al Dressen Someone from New NBs Thebeau heading to HardinSimmons By Will Wright Sports Editor New Braunfels fullback Paul Thebeau gave his com mitment Tuesday to attend Division III HardinSimmons a 190 pound carried 29 times for 167 yards and led the Unicorns with nine touchdowns in a 65 cam paign last A straightahead runner and excellent The beau was named to the all District 274A and Herald Zeitung AllComal County second He had nine totes for 16 yards his junior Thebeau had also consid ered attending the Universi ty of Mary HardinBaylor and Trinity oth er Division III powerhouses in He chose the Cow who are always chal lengers for the American Southwest Conference When I went there to vis I felt real Thebeau said of the Abilene I want to become a physical and they have a program that lets me work on my doctorate before I HardinSimmons won the regular season ASC but finished 101 after a 4228 loss to which it had defeated 4922 during the season in UMHB fin ished as the runnerup in Division NBISD New Braunfels senior fullback Paul announced his intent to play for HardinSimmons He is flanked by his Sandy and Chuck and New Braunfels coachesTodd top and Randy Playing for a contender was another Thebeau I really like To play for a winning program excites and winning is the name of the he Itll be lots of fun for Division III school do not award scholarships but offer attractive financial aid pack The beau was the best deal for Thebeau said he plans to start out on the junior varsi ty They really dont like to play freshmen unless they have he 1 will get some experience before 1 get up to the big A hard worker in high Thebeau hopes he can do the same at the next I like running the but I like being in the game and doing what ever 1 can to help the team to he Thebeau is the fourth New Braunfels player to go on to Kicker Trint Rust Langston line backer Jody Walker Abilene Christian and lineman Sam Clark Southwestern Assem blies of God earlier commit ted to play in Braunfels will be going to and the town should be proud of both TENNIS SV netters win titles BUD A Smithson Valley tennis players performed well at the Hays Invitational tournament last Senior Caleb Carter remained unbeaten this spring after his boys singles Junior Sammy Swift lost only one set in winning his boys singles Forrest Gray and Grayson Throckmorton were second in boys where Nick Wilhelm and Sterling Havel made the Eri ca Murray and Kelley Huff made the girls doubles quar Our team played tough tennis this win ning our first overall tourna ment championship of the and it couldnt have come at a better Smithson Valley tennis coach Keith Brown District play is and our players are beginning to peak at the right Smithson Valley will com pete at the District 265A tournament April 1416 at the McFarlin Tennis Center in San SOFTBALL Marion LaVernia 0 Becca Hay tossed a onehitter as the Lady Bulldogs shut out its fifth District 283A opponent in six games Hay fanned six and went 2 for 3 at die plate with a dou ble and triple for Marion Lanea Meyer and Dawn Wiederstein also had two hits With the LaVernia fell to 88 overall and 42 in dis Spurs topple Clippers SAN ANTONIO AP Manu Ginobili scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half and Brent Barry added four 3pointers to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 91 82 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday The Clippers got to within 4945 on a threepoint play by Chris Wilcox midway through the but San Antonio made 10 of its final 11 including four 3 in the quarter to extend its lead to 7257 heading into the The Spurs pushed their lead to 22 points early in the fourth before the teams went to their Barry finished with 12 points on 4for5 shooting from beyond the Tony Parker had 11 and Bruce Bowen and Beno Udrih each added Sean Marks had 10 rebounds in 17 San Antonio went without Tim Duncan right ankle sprain for an eighth consec utive while Bobby Simmons left leg bruise and Chris Kaman lower back strain sat out for Los Corey Maggette led the Clippers with 23 points on 6for16 with only two of his baskets coming in the second Elton Brand scored 13 and Wilcox 10 for Los which shot 39 percent and com mitted 22 ;

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