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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 6A HERALDZEITONG April 2005 April 27 Golf Canyon at 4ARegion San Antonio April 28 Tennis SV at 5A Region San Antonio April 29 Tennis SV at 5A Region San Antonio Track SV at IV Alamo Stadium Softball First round of Class 4A and 5A play off A April 30 Baseball SV at SA 1 Track SV at IV Alamo Stadium May 6 Softball Second round of Class 4A and 5A TBA Baseball First round of Class 5A Friday Baseball NB at Drip ping 7 Mar ble Falls at 7 SA Reagan at 6 Softball Dripping Springs at 7 Canyon at Marble 7 Saturday Baseball SA Lee at 1 Softball SV at SA noon April 25 Tennis Canyon at 4ARegion San Antonio April 26 Baseball Canyon at 7 SA Madison at Tennis Canyon at 4ARegion San Antonio Golf Canyon at 4A Region San Antonio SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS ScMttttriMtm Kids 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 The McKenna Club or Schlitterbahn Waterparks offices at 381 East Austin Street More training tips and registration forms are available at Civic Center Boxing Bam Bam Promotions is sponsoring a night of profes sional boxing April 30 at the New Braunfels Civic Cen The card will include bouts featuring local fighters Sam Rodriguez and Jeremiah Chap female boxer Valerie Flores and ring for second row and general are avail able at Jovans Detail Shop in New Braunfels or by calling 627 1954 or 210 NBHS Lift AThon The annual New Braunfels football a fundrais er for the will be held Monday in the schools practice Freshmen football play ers will compete at and the junior varsity and varsi ty football players will compete at 6 NBISO Special Olympics Fundraiser The NBISD is sponsoring a Special Olympics fundraiser April 28 from 5 to 9 atTaco Door prizes and music will be NB Boosters AllSports Banquet The New Braunfels High School Booster Club is sponsor ing an AllSports May 5 at at the New Braunfels Civic ets are at the CallTerry boosters at Marion Boosters Golf Fast 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 award Entry forms are available at the high school or by call ing Johnny Bohannon at 830 3039698 210 2691108 or Clayton Bauer 830 914 3705 830 9142539 NMSDathtoto physicals Physical screenings for incoming students in the sev ninth and 11th grades who desire to participate in UIL athlet ics at the high school or middle school during 200506 are scheduled May 4 from to at the New Braunfels Surgery Cen ter on Common Cost is For more call the school district PROGRAMS Foresight Golf Tournament Series 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 atThe Republic May Entry fee per event is Call Ogrin at 210 8727109 or e mail to Foresight Golf The Republic Golf Club is sponsoring a player develop ment featuring unlim ited range practices and range instruction and carat fees for per pro shop at 210 The Buckhorn will have a course management clinic at 9 Entry is per and includes clinic green fees and Call 830 9955351 or 866 STPGA Junior Golf Programs Tournaments for the South ern Texas PGAs Junior Tour ages 1218 and Little Linksters ages 712 will kick off region wide May Membership tournament entry forms and more information about both programs are avail able on the Internet at or by calling the STP GA office at 281 LEAGUES CentralTexas Honeybees The CentralTexas Honeybees i fastpitch softball teams seeks players 18under for several statewide select The based in San Mar needs outfield infielders and a and a male and female assis tant Call Juan Hernan dez at 512 4710132 before 4 or 512 2934901 evenings or David Ayala 512 3762401 or 512 BEALLS MANDY Smithson Valley players join hands to pump each other up between innings duriogTuesdays 40 win over SA ALL SPORT SHIRTS FOR HIM Shortsleeved styles by Studfoand RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Win was another team effort have to get better and we end up coming up with a bunch of talent and people who play good and play Munoz couldnt say how many people shes sent pack ing at the nor could she tell you her wonloss record or her She has pitched two nohitters and a perfect game this Munoz is having the best year of her Daigle said of the who is now 173 and carries a And Brooke LaRue plays the game very the way its supposed to be Smithson Valleys ninth dis trict shutout was a tad hard er to get than The Mav ericks threatened in the putting two players on when Munoz allowed her only hit and walked a In the Smithson Valley a runner was thrown out at home before Candace Gillespie beat a dropped ball by the plating Brit tany Arredondo for a 10 Running into the bag at Gillespie left with an ankle Smithson Valley added two more in the as Kaylen Skinners double scored LaRue and Tiffany Wards sacrifice fly scored Jamie In the the bases were loaded when Madison starter Jennifer Villarreal walked Arredondo to score Kaylen Skinner to make it 4 After getting out of the sec Munoz retired the final 15 Mavericks She has five different pitches and she throws them all pretty Daigle said of whos already get ting attention from Big 12 When she first got she only had a rise While Munoz is the goto on the pitching the bat ting heroics are spread If ones not someone else Smithson Valley finished with nine hits though it usually averages a lot more than At one point during the Madison Daigle admonished his charges by Hitting is not a team Thats the only individual ism Daigle wants to see on his whose work is far from finished this SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Nuggets still wary of injured Duncan I wish we were playing every other day early in the series rather than he said Karl called Duncan a low team oriented superstar who is always in control and quietly effective in making his team He does what he needs to do to Karl If it means being a playmaker at the high If Popovich needs me scoring down If you want me to set pick and He just does Denver split the fourgame season series against San with both of the Nuggets wins coming in March and early April while Duncan was Nuggets center Marcus Camby will have at least part of the task of defending Dun can in the and he understands thats a big job even when Duncan is less than 100 The guys going to get his Camby Its mainly about trying to shut down the guys around ALL SHORTS FOR HIM ALL MISSES DRESSES By Sun Levis Entire stock Spring SALE SALE 30 OFF GIRLS BOYS 2T2O SHORTS By Zana SALE 30 OFF PLUSSIZE TOPS CAPRIS By Reference Jason SALE 30 OFF FAMILY ATHLETIC 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