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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 11, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, May 11, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7A TENNIS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Hendrie falls to friend Mills in final “Hunter is a good player — he’s one of the best in Texas,” Mueller said. “You could pick a couple of points in that match that could have gone in a different direction and the outcome might have been different.” On several occasions, Mills vocally complained about balls that were called out, and even barked at Hendrie after missing shots. Both said that was pretty normal behavior. “He and I are really good friends,” Mills said, playfully hugging Hendrie afterward. "We practice together all the time.” Said Hendrie: “That normally happens with us. (Tut matches get pretty tense. We’re buddies, but when it comes game time, we’re as competitive as it gets.” Hendrie said he was hoping Mills would err early on, like he did in the first game at the regional tournament. It didn’t happen. “I’m very happy to get this far and I’m happy for Hunter too,” Hendrie said. “He’s a senior and he’s going to Auburn and he deserves it. It was exciting. It was good to be here.” Unpin led 3-2 in the first set, but Wente pulled ahead. “Neither led by more than one game before the end of die first set,” Mueller said. ‘Then (Wente) played two or three solid games to win the set. She dictated the match. Ashley was put on tile defensive and never quite got comfortable enough to press her.” Turpin agreed. “She came out and played better. Each game was pretty close, like 30-all or deuce," Turpin said. “She just hit the big shots when she needed them. She knew when to hit the winners.” Mueller said both of his players could return to state next year. “RI. improved his game a lot this year,” he said. “I lim being a junior, he should improve a lot more and hopefully will to back to give it another shot. “Nerves affect everyone at state. Ashley didn’t play her best Uxiay, but its a gcxxi dung shes a freshman and she ll have other chances. Shell get toter because of what she learned today." Now that Turpin has had a taste of state, she believes shell be back often. “I have three more years, and I’ll be back," she said. “This gives me more incentive to keep on going and go for the gold.” SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS A&M Club Golf Classic The Comal County A&M Club will host its fifth annual Scholarship Golf Classic today at The Bandit Golf Course. Proceeds will benefit the club's scholarship fund. Cost is $90 per player for the four-person scramble. Singles and doubles will be paired up with other golfers. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch provided by Rudy's BBQ will be served at noon, and the shotgun start is at 1 p.m. Call Kyle Dicke at 626-3590. Canyon Spring Sports Banquet The Canyon Athletic Booster Club Spring Sports Banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 at the high school cafeteria. Tickets dated for May 5 will still be honored and are on sale in the front office of Canyon High School for $10 for adults and $6 for students. Canyon Spring Fling Football Canyon High School's annual Spring Fling will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 at the football field. Come on out and watch our football players scrimmage each other. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. SV Athletic Physicals Smithson Valley is offering physi- GOLF CONTINUED FROM Page 6A NB’s Williams played catch-up strokes worse than his open-ing-day 70. “He was playing catch-up all day. He finished with two birdies but he was really pressing because he realized he needed to make up ground. ASTROS IT CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Once again, no offense for Houston lead. Adam Everett and Brad Ausmus singled off Nate Bump. Palmeiro then singled home a mn against Matt Perisho. Bagwell on DL MIAMI — Jeff Bagwell went cals for incoming seventh-, eighth-and 11th-graders planning to participate in Smithson Valley athletics during 2004-05 at 3 p.m. Friday, May 20 at the high school fieldhouse. Cost is $20. Call Thomas Petmecky at the fieldhouse at (830) 885-1025. PROGRAMS Lady Jags Sports Camp Incoming sixth- and seventh-grade athletes can learn the fundamentals of volleyball and basketball at a sports camp at Canyon Middle School June 6-9 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m, each day. Registration is $75. Each girls will receive a campT-shirt and participation certificate. Call coaches Joanne Flores or Kathy Hickey at the school, 221-2300. SV Ranger Softball Camp Smithson Valley coach Wayne Daigle will lead a softball camp for girls 7-14 June 6-9 from 9 a.m. to noon at the NB Bombers' facility at Comal Park in New Braunfels. All fundamentals of the game will be taught by Daigle, his players and other area coaches. Cost is $75 in advance or $90 walk-up June 6. A parental release is required. Call Daigle at (830) 899-5603. NB Unicorns Soccer Camp New Braunfels girls soccer coach Al Dressen will lead a camp for boys “Still, finishing 10th in the state is no small feat. I’m proud of him for pursuing his dream of getting to the state tournament. I know he would’ve liked to do better, but he did just fine.” Norris, a sophomore, began Tuesday 6-over on her first four holes. “She was having problems with her driver,” said her father, Canyon golf coach Greg Norris. “After that, she on the disabled list Tuesday for the first time in seven seasons, an ominous setback in his battle with a degenerative shoulder condition. Bagwell, who turns 37 this month, missed just 12 games over the past three seasons despite arthritis in his right shoulder. The move was made retroactive to May 4, meaning Bagwell will be eligible to come off the disabled list May 19. 2005-2005 )&R Wildcats All-Stars Calling All Cheerleaders JlkR invites all girls K-8th grade to join the Wildcats All-Star team Evaluations: May 15, 2005 at 2:00 P.M. 1437 S. Walnut, New Braunfels, TX 78130 For More Info Call (830) 606-0375 Are you still at risk for a Heart Attack or Stroke? A local doctor is conducting a medical research study to evaluate if an investigational drug will lower your risk of heart attack or stroke. Recent research suggests that a simple blood test, called high sensitivity CRP. may show inflammation of the arteries. This test may indicate a higher risk for a first-time heart attack or stroke. Qualifications for this investigational drug study Include: • Men must be 55 years or older • Women must be 65 years or older • No history of heart attack or stroke For more information, call: Hill Country Medical Associates JUPITER (830) 625-0305 ext. 229 www.JUPITERstudy.com Version 23Nov04 so, he or she may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication taken pre-season for Fall allergy symptoms. Candidates must be 6-15 years old. lf your child qualifies for this study, your child may receive at no cost: ✓ Study related physical exam and allergy testing ✓ Investigational medication or placebo 1/ Compensation up to $1975 for time and travel lf you are interested in learni may qualify, please call Ce (830) 6 and girts ages kindergarten through eighth grade June 6-10 at the NBHS practice fields adjacent to the stadium. Under 8 campers will meet from 8:45-10:30 a.m.; ages 8 and up will meet from 5:45-8:30 p.m. Campers will receive a soccer ball andT-shirt. Register at Vivroux's Sporting Goods or at the high school. Call Dressen at (830) 627-6236 or (512) 295-2770. NB Volleyball Camps New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler is offering three camps this summer at Unicorn Gym. A skills camp for grades 2-6 will he held from 9 a.rn.-noon June 13-17; one for grades 7-8 will be held from 6-8 p.m. July 18-22; and another for freshmen will be held from 6-8 p.m. July 25-28. Cost for each camp is $50, which includes T-shirt. Call Fowler at 627-6239 (school). Canyon Volleyball Camp Canyon volleyball coach Heather Sanders is offering a volleyball camp for grades 3-6 from 9 a.m.-noon June 6-9 at the Cougar Den. Cost is $50 before Friday, May 27 ($60 at the door). Call Sanders at (830) 708-4895 (cell) or 221-2435 (school). CISDTennis Program Canyon coach Ed Strieker is offering junior development programs.The first session is May 30-June 3, and the second is June 6- settled down. She made six straight pars, and I’m proud of the way she bounced back.” Norris had a 78 on the first day. But the wind gave everybody problems Tuesday. "As soon as we left in the morning, I knew it would be windy,” Greg Norris said. “The wind was out of the southeast at 20 to 30 mph. But that’s the way it always is — it’s part of playing at the 10. Beginners will go from 9-10 a.m.; intermediate/advanced players will attend from 10-11 a.m. and tournament players from 11-noon. Cost is $55 per session or $100 for both sessions ($65 and $115 at the door). Call Strieker at (830) 305-5822 (cell) or 221-2400 (school). Texas State Baseball Camps Texas State University coaches and players will conduct a youth baseball camp from 8:30 a.m.-noon June 20-22 at the NBH fields. Cost is $120. They will also sponsor a Father-Son camp will be held at NBLL June 22 from 6-9 p.m. Cost is $50. Call (512) 245-7566. Foresight Golf Tournament Series Foresight Golf is sponsoring a tournament player series designed by and featuring 1996 Texas Open Champion David Ogrin during May. Events will be held from Noon-1:30 p.m. at The Bandit, May 23 and May 31 and at The Republic May 16. Entry fee per event is $100. Call Ogrin at (210) 872-7109 or e-mail to [email protected] Foresight Golf Programs/Clinics The Republic Golf Club is sponsoring a player development program, featuring unlimited range practices and range instruction and carat fees for $29 per month. Call the pro shop at (210) 359-0000. state tournament.” Carole Norris said she was relieved her first state tournament was over, but shes eager to return. “I’m happy I got to play in it,” she said. “My round today wasn’t pretty. I made some mistakes and things just happened.” Carole said she remembered what it was like when her sister, Brenda, appeared at state for four straight PGA Free Lesson Month Sundance Golf Course offers instruction in its PGA Free Lesson Month program each Saturday afternoon in May. Sundance professionals offer free 10-minute lessons to help golfers of all levels improve their games.To participate, contact Chad Donegan or Loony Alexander at (830) 629-3817. STPGA Junior Golf Programs Tournaments for the Southern Texas PGA's Junior Tour (ages 12-18) and Little Linksters (ages 7-12) will kick off region-wide May 31. Membership applications, tournament entry forms and more information about both programs are available on the Internet at www.stpga.com or by calling the STPGA office at (281) 419-7421. LEAGUES Central Texas Honeybees The Central Texas Honeybees fastpitch softball teams seeks players 18-under for several statewide select tournaments. The team, based in San Marcos, needs pitchers, outfielders, infielders and a catcher, and a male and female assistant coach. Call Juan Hernandez at (512) 471-0132 (before 4 p.m.) or (512) 293-4901 (evenings) or David Ayala (512) 376-2401 or (512) 736-5750. years, winning it in 2001. She said she would like to achieve more playing the sport during her two remaining years. "ITI probably take it more , seriously than I did this year,” she said. “ITI practice a little more. “I wasn’t expecting to get; to state, and I was really-excited when I did. Hopefully ITI do better next year. I’ll just have to see.” c^gn-SWflic^ ‘Thready Book your appointment now!!!    ^ cm MF OIC Al COSMETICS 921 Lakeview Blvd. Suite 200 • 830.626.6971 Bringing the alternative to Surgical Facelifts to New Braunfels!! May 16th, 17th & 18th Non-Surgical face “lifting ” with Aptos threads, as recently seen on TV, for patients with facial aging will he performed at Advanced Medical Cosmetics. Only a few appointments remain. Call for a Free Consultation! (Areas that can be treated: Forehead, Cheeks, Jowl, Neck, Arms) Julia De Hoyos, D.O. & Anna Boecker, M.D. I McKenna Health System Toddler Run and Family Health Forum Saturday, May 21, 2005—8:00 a.m. lo Noon New Braunfels Utilities Service Center 355 PM 306 in New Braunfels. I I I For toddlers IO to 36 months. Everyone wins! Registration deadline: May 12, 2005. Call 830.606.2160 for registration information or pick-up a registration form at the McKenna Club or the McKenna Memorial Hospital Lobby. FREE t shirt and care package ior each participant. There will be great fun with carnival activities, Giant T wister, Choo-Choo, Velcro Olympics, Bungee Run, Bounce House, and more! More than 40 exhibitors offering: ► FREE Screenings (diabetes, cholesterol, vision, body fat analysis, and bone density). ► Child ID by Comal County Sheriff s Office. ► Interactive activities, educational information. and demonstrations. 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