New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 23, 2005, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zotung — Saturday, April 23, 2005BASEBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 5ACanyon, NB lose by same scoreMarble Falls 5, Canyon 4 (IO) A two-base error in the top of the 10th helped send the Cougars (15-6, 5-4) to their fourth straight loss — all in District 27-4A play. “It was a great ball game that was hard-fought by both sides," Canyon coach Peter Garza said. “Our kids did a good job — they got after it.” Ben Nelson went six innings and Jerris Springfield went the other four but got the loss. Cameron Henk went 4 for 5 with a solo home run in the fifth. Canyon led for most of the game, scoring twice in the second and adding another run in the third. The Mustangs (11-12, 3-6) scored twice in the fourth and once in the fifth. Canyon went ahead 4-3 in the bottom of the fifth, but the Mustangs scored in the top of the seventh to send it into extra innings. Depending on the Burnet-Lake Travis outcome Friday, Canyon still had not clinched a playoff spot. It may need to win at New Braunfels Tuesday to get into the playoffs.Dripping Springs 5, New Braunfels 4 DRIPPING SPRINGS—The Unicorns (14-11, 3-6) were officially eliminated from the playoffs after surrendering three runs in the bottom of the seventh to the league-leading Tigers (18-6-1,7-2). After reliever Ryan McGinley (5-3) surrendered a walk and a single, and both runners moved up after a sacrifice, a throwing error on a hit into right field plated both runners. A single by the following batter ended the game. “It was bad timing for that error," said New Braunfels coach Doug Edwards. “We showed up ready to play. We left the bases loaded twice, and we didn t score enough runs late in the game.” New Braunfels had nine hits. Cole Gleason started and left with a 3-1 lead in the fifth. The Unicorns will finish the season at home Tuesday against Canyon.SOFTBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 5ACougarettes’ aggression paid off the sixth. Howard went to second on a single by Jessica Batey, and Amy Mosley walked to load the bases. Katy Lauder relieved for Marble Falls and was greeted rudely as Rogers hit a booming double to the left-center field gap to score two runners. Blanca Avalos’ single plated Mosley for the tying run, and then Monroe singled to bring home Rogers with the lead run. Ducote then added a single that scored Avalos and Monroe and provided the Cougarettes with a three-run cushion. "We were looking to be aggressive at the plate in the seventh because we had a chance to get to their pitcher in the sixth and we let it slip away," Canyon head coach Kevin Randle said. “We just kept fighting back and refused to let them beat us. We have had our backs to the wall for two straight games and we have responded. So I think we have proven we belong in the playoffs.” Rogers, Monroe, Ducote and Howard had two hits each for the Cougarettes’ 10-hit attack, and six different players scored for Canyon. Nikki Kruse (7-5) earned the victory in with 2 2/3 innings of one-run, one-hit pitching in relief of Howard. Marble Falls (15-16-1, 4-6) was led by Whittlesey’s two hits and two runs, and two hits from Lee-Ann Jukes, who flit a long home run over the Centerfield fence in the fifth inning to give Marble Falls the lead. It was the first home run by Marble Falls this season. Lauder took the loss for the Lady Stangs after giving up three runs on four hits in the telling seventh inning.— Steve Habel contributed to this story. Cards edge Astros ST. LOUIS (AP) — So Taguchi and Mark Grudzielanek each hit a two-run double, and the St. Louis Cardinals’ previously untouchable bullpen withstood a midgame meltdown, squandering almost all of a seven-run cushion in an 8-7 victory over the Houston Astros on Friday night. Starting pitcher Jason Marquis (3-0) had two hits and scored twice for the Cardinals, who have won seven of eight. But he labored through 5 2-3 innings, striking out eight and throwing 108 pitches. After leading 8-1 in the sixth, St. Louis needed four relievers to end the Astros’ three-game winning streak. The Cardinals’ bullpen hadn’t allowed a run in 17 1-3 innings over a nine-game span and entered this three-game series with a 3.34 ERA. St. Louis used four pitchers in the Astros’ five-run sixth, when Randy Flores hit the only batter he faced with a pitch and Al Reyes gave up a three-run double to Adam Everett before Julian Tavarez got Jason Lane on a force play with the bases loaded to end the inning. In the seventh, Tavarez gave up a home run to Morgan Ensberg that narrowed the gap to 8-7. Then Tavarez settled down, retiring six of the next eight hitters. Jason Isringhausen worked a scoreless ninth for his sixth save in six chances. Astros starter Brandon Duckworth (0-1) walked three and had a throwing error in the Cardinals’ five-run second. J' Devotional Page Come Experience God’s 830.625.6375 Love <$ Power VOTED BEST MUMMER MI im tm imn »m* Hum • in im* rn mm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 733 Cross St. • New Braunfels, TX 78130 830.623.g124 • www.fbcnb.org Sunday Worship: 8:13am, 10:43am, 6pm Sunday School: 9:30am Regan Miller Pastor I fan nr Edwards • TVentv one years experience in real estate and mortgage hanking • A multi-million dollar top producer •A (830) 708-0003 Unity Church of Practical Christianity 408 Gruene Rd. • 830-608-9313 www.unitynewbraungels.org • [email protected] Weddings - Funeral/Memorial Services Spiritual Counseling Rev. Karen Tudor, Minister Christian Gifts Outlet New Braunfels Marketplace Everything on Sale Everyday! Mother's Day is May Sill! We have Gilts. Kine Jeyvelrv. Willoyy Tree, Yankee Candles. Cards and much more! INTERNATIONAL ANGLICAN MERGER St. Joseph Church anti the .Anglican Province of America are part of the merger taking place that brings together the Anglican jurisdictions that accept the Bible as their sole source of authority. We reject same sex unions, espouse the sanctity of Marriage and the Family, anti refuse to discard sacraments or history. Our doctrine is uncharged as is our liturgy. Vie reject fails anti invite you to join us. Sundays at 11:00 A.M. 446 N. Seguin Our tad} of Perpetual Help Catholic Church 138 W. Austin Street • New Braunfels, Texas (Across the street from McKenna Hospital) Served by the Missionaries of the Holy Family Masses Saturday Vigil Mass 5:30 PM (English) Sunday 7:30 AM (Spanish) 10:30 AM (English) 5:30 (English) Weekday Masses Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6:00 PM Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7:30 AM Confessions Saturday 4:00 until 5:00 PM Holy Hour Monday 8 AM till 12 PM Thursday 7:00 till 9:00 PM St. John's Mission Church Hunter, Texas Mass Sunday 9:00 AM IMAGINE A RELIGION WHERE PEOPLE WITH DIFFERENT BELIEFS WORSHIP AS ONE! COMAL COUNTY UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY 10:30 a m., Sunday, Sunday April 24 “Faith Versus Reason” at the Senior Center, 655 Landa, New Braunfels (Religious Education for Children, Kelly Rock, R E. Director) Info at: ccuus.org foeti    \) t \ ) ^ MUSIC TO STILL THE SAVAGE BEAST! TUE HOST MENTION OF DAWID IN TWC (AISLE IS TO BE POUND IN I SAMUEL 16. KING SAUL, WADD AT WAS? WITH THE PHILISTINE^ HAE BEGUN TO SHOW THE FIP6T SIGNS OF HI6 MENTAL ILLNESS, DEEP MELANCHOLIA, IF NOT our-and-arr schizophrenia ! IN THOSE Ti MCS, IT WAS FELT THAT MUSIC MAP A SOOTHING EFFECT ON THIS AILMENT, WHICH INDEED fT HAD, AND SAUL'S ADVISEES SENT FOR VOUNG WWIP, WHO WAS KNOWN IO BE AN EXPERT PLAYER. THEREAFTER, WHEN SAUL WENT INTO DEFWPS6EP FIT6, CW/IR WOULD PU/ AND SAUL WOULD SE SOOTHED AND REFRESHER ANR SOON CAME TO LOVE CMWID AS HI 6 OWN SON. HOWEVER... , ...RU RI NG THE NIXT SIK YEARS, AS THE LAP GREW FROM 'HOUTH TO YOUNG MANHOOD, SAUL'S ATTI TUPS SEGAN TO CHANGE -FOC DAVID SHOWED A FINE APTITUDE AS A WARRIOR ANO LEAPER, GAINING GREAT POPULARITY WITH THE PEOPLE SAUL, IN HIS DEPRESSED MENTAL STATE, BEGAN TO SEE DAVID AS A THREAT TO HIS OWN RULE, LET ALONE THE FUTURE PULE OF JONATHAN, HIS SON, WHOM HE TRIED IO ENTICE INTO KILLING DAWID—WHICH JONATHAN WOULDN'T DO BECAUSE HE WAS A CLOSE AND SINCERE FRIEND. BUT,UNDERNEATH THIS GRONNING OBSESSION TO SEE DUVIC DEAD, LOVE FOR HIM STILL REMAINED WHICH BECAME QUITE EVIDENT, IN THIS WRITER'S OPINION, WHEN,THE LAST TIME RAVID PLAYED FOR HIM, SAUL TOOK UP HIS JAMEL IN (I SAMUEL'19) AND HALF-HEARTEDLY ATTEMPTED TO PIN ON IP TO THE WALL THE TRIBE OF BENJAMIN, OF WHICH SAUL WAS A MEMBER, WAS RENOWNED AS THE GREATEST OF LEFT-HANDED MARKSMEN(3UPGES.20-16) WITH 6LING, SPEAR,OR ANY OTHER WEAPON OF WAR AND, FOR A WARRIOR OF SAUL'S GREAT CALI BER, IO MISS HIS MARK IN THE CLOSE CONFINES OF A ROOM, OTHER THAN ON PURPOSE, WAS IMPOSSIBLE I BOT IT DIP SERVE AS A SIGN TO THE ESCAPING RAVID THAT FROM HENCE HIS LIFE WAS ENDANGERED, EVEN THOUGH THE KING DIP NOT,PERSONALLY, INTEND TO HAVE DAVID'S BLOOP ON HIS OWN ROYAL HANDS ! SAVC THIS FOR YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL Copyright® John A Lahti National Representative 0*1 Advertising Service. PO Bo* 10278. Goldsboro NC 27532 Amen Chati I A JAL Church 255 Commerce St., 830-624-7869 Res. Rev. Bobby' Lewis, Pastor; Sun. School IO am., Morning service 11 a.m. Anglican St. fount Church 446 N. Seguin - 11 am. Sung Eucharist or Morning Prayer Assembly or Yahweh, Central Texas Meeting at Unity Church 408 Gruene Rd., 625-4963; Service: Sat. -12 to 5 p m. Baha’i Faith Working for world peace St the oneness of humanity. Call (830) 620-9937 Berean Bole Church 888 Landa St., 620-5102; Sun. services, IO a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Wed. 7:30 p.m., Mens class at 8 a.m. Sat. Buevirs Grustian Fellows* Sun Bible Study 9:15 am., Worship Service 10:30 a.m. St 6 p.m., Prayer Set. Wed/7 p.m Friday Extreme Worship 7:30 p.m. All Spanish Serv. 7 p.m. Sat. 830-885-2224 Bt thai Methodist Church Of Bulverde 19886 Hwy 46 West (Located on the northeast side of Hwy 46 St 281, behind the Keller Williams Realty office) Jerry A. She, Pastor Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School:1 (830) 237-4395 An Independent Methodist Denomination Bracken United Methodist Church 20377 EM 2252. (I mil. NE of FM 3009) 9:30 am. Sun. School, Nursery - Adult Worship Services: 8:26 St 10:45 am. Calvary Baptist Ouch 117 W. Klein Road, 629-0049; S.S. IO am, Worship 11 am., Eve 5 p.m., Youth - 6 pm., Worship Wed. Bible study & Prayer 6:30 pm Calvary Outreach 424 Comal, Thursday 7:30 pm. Sun. 9:30 a m 830-627-8105 [email protected] or cconb.org Canyon Lake Umtid Methodist Church 206 Flinstone -lei. (830)899-7104 Sun. school/Bible study 9:15 am, Worship Services 8:30,9:30 St 10:30 am. Northside W.S. 10:30 Bunkhaus Lodging Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church 230 Shepherd Hill, off 2673 (Canyon Lake) (830)964-2427 Pastor, Rev. Doug Dalglish Sun. School 9:30 arn., Worship 11 am. Castu Hats Unto) Pentecostal Chub ch 209 Lemonwood Dr. San Antonio, (210) 342-7171 Pastor Paul M. Chance.; Sun. Morning 10:30 arn., Wed. evening 7:30 pm. Crust International Tabernacle, NB Carolyn Stovall Gilbert, Pastor (830) 822-6988; Sun. Service IO a m. -12 p.m. LaQumta Inn St Suites Blue Bonnet Conference Room • 375 Highway 46 South, NB, TX (see our ad on atis page for more info.) Christ Presbyterian Church (PCA) 1620 Common. 629-0405 Sun. school, 9:30 am., Worship service, 10:40 am.; Pioneer Club, Wed. 6:30 p.m. Christ the King Anglican Church 1928 Book of Common Prayer • 889 Landa Street New Braunfels, Ph. 626-0080; Sun. School 9 am., Sun. Services IO am.; Rev. Ronald D. “Ron” Zipp Church Or Crust FM 3159 and 2673.899-7077. Bible class IO a m., Sun. worship 11 am. St 6 p.m., Wed. service 7 pm. Hwy.725 Church or Christ 134 Meadow Crest, 620-0055. Douglas Hill; 643-0028; Sun.: Classes 9:30 am., Worship 10:30 am. St 6 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m. New Braunites Church of Chuse 1665 Highway 81 • 1st Assembly 9 am., Bible Class 10:15 am., Sun. service 6 p.m., Wed. service 7 pm. Th Church of Jesus Cmust of Latter-Day Sams Bishop Jerry Fernandes 624-7890 • 1390 Ham Rd Sacrament Meeting 9 am., Sun. School 10:15, Priesthood, Relief Society 11:10 Church of th Nazareth 1465135 North.; Sun. school 9:30 am., Sun. service 10:45 am., Evening worship at 6 p.m. St Wed. worship at 7p.m. Nursery provided Comm undy Grustian Ouch 1750 Old McQueeney Road 620-7174; Services: Sun. School, 9:30 am. Worship, 10:30 am., Coffee Fellowship 9:00 am.; Nursery provided. Comm undy of Cmust 1138 Dunlap Drive, N.B.,TX; Worship: ll am. Sun., Sun. School 9:30 am., Prayer Service: 7:30 pm. Wed. Comal Country Church 1457 Fm 2673 Canyon Lake; Pastor Neil Kibbe, (830) 914-2177: Bible Study 9:30 am., Worship 10:30 am., Children's Church 10:30 am. Cross Community Church 176 S. Hickory, 627-7006; Worship, 10:45 am. Cacks Lutheran Church k School (Missouri Synod)2171 E. Common Sc., 625-3666; Pastor Don Frater, Sun. Worship, 8:30 am. & I IKK) a m. St Bible Study St Sun. School 10:00 a.m. Dayvrmg Chustian ftuowwr 1895 S. Walnut; Sun. school 9:30 am., Sun. worship 10:30 am., Wed. evening service 7:00 p.m., Wesleyan denomination. Eastwe Baptbt Chukh 983 Holly at comer of Ridgewood. 625-0718; Sun. school 9:45 am., Sun. services 10:50 am. St 6p.m., Wed. 7 pm.; Pastor Wilburn Taylor FAMILY IS WHY YOU DO IT ALL. WK MVF. VV HK UK YOU UVE OJI mr today: Jim Goldsmith JO Gruene Park Drive New Braunfels, TX 781 JO SJO 609-7775 lim.goldsmithhlb'Yjtatefarmcom UU A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THEM.* ttatefarm.com' State Farm Inaurance CompanieaHome Officer Bloomington. Minora P0264S      04AH. Good News rill' ( .00(1 \('WS is preac hed even Sundae af SMH) and 10:30 a.in. I lie had news, ii 'n only Naturita)! Join us tomorrow for vibrant worship a's: between services. 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