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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page April 2MA Districts top players of the year Sarah Georgia Kay la Ashley Burbank Barbara Qalav Fr JacWe Brackenridge Eleanna Amber Aran Lanier Lupe Fox Edison Maria Jessica Hilda SECONDTEAM New Braunfels Caltlln Kelsey Rachel Canyon Amy Brandie Loren Jasmine Burbank Sarai Sandra Brackenridge Crystal Sr Veronica Flo Sr Diana Lanier Clara Crystal Sam Houston Amber Fox Tech Anna Carde Cleste Laura HONORABLE MENTION New Hillary Jayne McAllis Canyon Amber Emily Burbank Dora Ana Erica Brackenridge Samantha Crystal Del Lanier Veronica Alicia Ashley Marlene Sam Houston Merari Areli Sharbonay Rachel Fox Tech Angelica Arreo Michelle Maria Edison Adrianna Adrianna Amber April SOCCER CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Whitley led 284A girls soccer year for being named to the top elite She had 10 goals and 15 assists during the regular Its the third consecutive topteam appearance for who coled the team with 30 goals and 31 Haas also scored 30 goals for the and Gosdin had to the New Braun fels who capped a dream season with the schools third appearance at the UIL state Senior Tracey who led with 28 is graduat ing after scoring a school best 66 goals in her fouryear Firstteam alldistrict returnees for the state semifi nalist Unicorns next season will be Traceys a freshman this and juniors Samie Christina Racanelli and Maegan Har SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS SdilKterbahn Khto Triathlon Registration is under way for the Schlitterbahn benefiting Habitat for to be held Children ages 716 are invited to bike and run in and around the Registration flyers available at Academy Sports McKenna Club or Schlitterbahn Waterparks offices at 381 East Austin Street More training tips and registra tion forms are available at schlit Civic Canter Boxing Bam Bam Promotions is spon soring a night of professional box ing April 30 at the New Braunfels Civic The card will include bouts featuring local fighters Sam Rodriguez and Jere miah female boxer Valerie Flores and for second row and general are available at Jovans Detail Shop in New Braunfels or by calling 627 1954 or 210 NBHS LiftAThon The annual New Braunfels foot ball a fundraiser for the will be held Mon SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Spurs listless in the first half Glenn Robinson scored 16 points to lead the who are headed back to the Coach Gregg Popovich wasnt happy with his teams listless effort in the first half when the Spurs shot just 32 per cent and fell behind The Wolves used a 102 run midway through the third quarter to pull and Popovich elected to rest Manu Gino bili and Tony Parker the rest of the Duncan had just three points on lfor8 Beno Udrih added day in the schools practice Freshman football players will compete at and the Jun ior varsity and varsity football players will compete at 6 Olympics Fundraiser The NBISD Is sponsoring a Special Olympics fundraiser April 28 from 5 to 9 atTaco Door prizes and music will be NB Booatara AllSports Banquet The New Braunfels High School Booster Club is sponsoring an All Sports May 5 at at the New Braunfels Civic are at the CallTerry boosters at 830 Marion Boosters QolfFest The Marion Athletic Booster Club will be holding its annual Golf Fest on May 7 at Woodlake Country Club in San Shotgun start will begin at 1 Entry fee is and includes green range balls and a dinner the night before the tournament for Other events will be staged and prizes Entry forms are available at the high school or by calling Johnny Bohannon at 830 3039698 210 2691108 or Clayton Bauer 830 9143705 2639 ASTROS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Houston wins 2nd game in a row Jason Lanes The Astros added three more runs in the getting runscoring singles from Everett and Biggio and a sacrifice fly to center from Jeff Pitching with flulike symp Sheets 13 settled down after the shaky start but didnt get nearly enough run Sheets lasted only six innings and was clearly tir ing near the He allowed six runs five earned on nine hits with seven strike outs and one Brady Clark singled in Bill Hal in the third for Physlcal screenings for incom ing students in the ninth and 11th grades who desire to participate in UIL athletics at the high school or middle school dur ing 200506 are scheduled for May 4 from to at the New Braun fels Surgery Center on Common Cost is For more infor call the school district PROGRAMS Tournament Scries Foresight Golf is sponsoring a tournament player series designed by and featuring 1996 Texas Open Champion David Ogrin during Events will be held from at The Bandit on May May 23 and May 31 at the Buckhorn May 9 and at The Republic May Entry fee per event is Call Ogrin at 210 8727109 or email to davido email@example.com. Foresight Golf The Republic Golf Club is spon soring a player development pro featuring unlimited range practices and range instruction kees Rangers Devil Rays 10 Rod Barajas hit his first career grand Kevin Mench had a basesloaded triple and the Texas Rangers nearly blew an eightrun lead in a 1210 victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Wednesday Barajas was mired in a 1 for14 slide before putting the Rangers up 61 with a homer on the first pitch off John Webb during a fiverun fourth Mench drove in three runs in a fourrun Laynce recalled by the Rangers from TripleA Okla homa before the had three runscoring Charles Carl Crawford and Aubrey Huff had two RBIS each for the and carat fees for per Call the pro shop at 210 359 The Buckhorn will have a course management clinic at 9 Entry is per and includes clinic green fees and Call 830 9955351 or 866 9TPGA Junior Qotf Programs Tournaments for the Southern Texas PGAs JuniorTour ages 12 18 and Little Linksters ages 7 12 will kick off regionwide May Membership tournament entry forms and more information about both pro grams are available on the Inter net at or by call ing the STPGA office at 281 419 LEAGUES Central Texas Honeybees The Central Texas Honeybees fastpitch softball teams seeks players 18under for several statewide select The based in needs infielders and a and a male and female assistant Call Juan Hernandez at 512 4710132 before 4 or 512 2934901 evenings or David Ayala 512 3762401 or 512 Devil who trailed by eight in the fifth A night after beating the New York Yankees the Devil Rays outhit Texas 1511 but lost for the fifth time in six Crawford hit an RBI dou Jorge Cantu had a run scoring single and Huff added a sacrifice fly to pull Tampa Bay to 1210 in the Texas starter Ryan Drese 21 gave up seven runs and eight hits in 5 Francisco Cordero pitched the ninth for his major leagueleading seventh Webb 01 was called up from TripleA Durham earli er Wednesday to replace injured lefthander Mark He allowed eight runs and six hits over fourplus innings in his first career start and fifth major league STAR BREAKING NEWS REPORT OF THE YEAR 1ST PLACE SH0RT FEATURE HONORABLE MENTION PHOTOJOURNALISM HONORABLE MENTION SPECIAL REPORTING CONGRATULATIONS TO LEIGH AND SCOTT FROM YOUR COLLEAGUES AT THE HERALDZEITUNG David Ingram Photographer Melissa McCaghren Copy Editor Ron Maloney Staff Writer Gary Maitland Managing Editor Leigh Jones Staff Writer Scott Mahon Staff Writer Mandy Reary Photographer HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX
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