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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, May 22, 2005SPORTS SHORTSPROGRAMS 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 Monday and May 31 at The Bandit. 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. 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 Lonny Alexander at (830) 629-3817. ST PGA 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 or by calling the STPGA office at (281) 419-7421. Hook Kids On Golf The Central Texas Junior Golf Association is hosting the Hook a Kid on Golf tee-level clinic June 13-17 at Sundance Golf Course. The clinic is designed to expose the game of golf to ages 8-13 who have never played golf and do not own golf clubs. Participants will receive a starter set of clubs at the end of the clinic. Deadline to register is Friday. Cost is free to juniors, though sponsorships are available. Call Chad Donegan at Sundance at (830) 629-3817. T Bar M Tennis Programs T Bar MTennis Ranch is offering summer programs for juniors ranging from beginners to tournament players. Daily programs and weeklong camps included. Adult activities include league play, group clinics and private lessons. Call Paul Domanski at (830) 625-7738, ext. 235. Canyon Boosters Membership Drive The Canyon Athletic Booster Club Patron Membership Drive is in full swing for the 2005-06 school year. Gold, Silver, Bronze, Grand and Patron memberships are available. The booster club helps provide equipment, uniforms and materials to both the high school and the middle school. Call the high school at (830) 221-2400 or e-mail Phyllis Foerster at [email protected] Rapids Soccer Tryouts The New Braunfels Rapids Soccer Club is holding tryouts for several age groups in the upcoming weeks. U12-U14 boys will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. June 1 and June 6 at the Weston Fields; U15-U18 boys June 1 and June 6 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Weston; U12-U14 girls June 2 and June 7 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Weston; U15-U18 girls June 2 and June 7 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Weston. Call Tiffany Ward at (830) 237-6370.LEAGUES Pistols Soccer Tryouts The Pistols, a under 11-14 select girts soccer team, is having tryouts from 5:30-7 p.m. May 23-24 at the Weston Soccer Fields. Call Tim Marlar at 907-4142. SHI I l.^tr n,„, nio unicorns Soccer Camp New Braunfels girls soccer coach Al Dressen will lead a camp for boys 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.SUMMER CAMPS mo I raining. Football Camps New Braunfels High School will hold its annual training camp June 6-July 14 and its football camp July 18-21. Any NBHS student-athlete in 2005-06 can participate in the training camps for athletic development, held from 8-10 a.m. or 9-11 a.m. each week day. Cost is $50. The football camps will teach fundamentals to grades 3-6 (8-10 a.m.) and position development to grades 7-9 (10 a.rn.-Noon). Cost is $40. Call Chuck Caniford at the field house at 627-6111 or 627-6112. N8 Volleyball Camps New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler is offering three camps this summer at Unicom Gym. A skills camp for grades 2-6 will he held from 9 a.m.-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 indudes T-shirt. Call Fowler at 627-6239 (school). Canyon Cougar Football Camp Canyon High School is sponsoring a skills development football camp for boys entering grades 7-9 from 8:30 a m. to 12:30 p.m. June 1-3 at the high school. Cost is $50 in advance; $60 at the door, which indudes T-shirt. Call Les Davis at 221-2403. Canyon Boys Hoop Camp Canyon High School boys basketball coach Kenny Rotzler will lead the 17th annual River City Summer Slam boys basketball camp June 20- 23. Grades 5-7 will participate at Cougar Gym; grades 8-9 will go at Canyon Middle School. Cost is $50; $60 at the door, which includes T-shirt. Call Rotzler at 221-2483. Canyon Volleyball Camp Canyon volleyball coach Heather Sanders is offering a volleyball camp for grades 3-6 from 9 a.rn.-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) Ct SD Tennis Program Canyon coach Ed Strieker is offering junior development programs. The first session is May 30-June 3, and the second is June 6-10. Beginners will go from 9-10 am.; 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). 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 camp Tshirt 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 69 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. SV Shooting Camp Smithson Valley basketball coach Brady Wyatt will hold a basketball shooting camp featuring Brad Ingram at the SVHS main gym June 6-9 from 5-7 p.m. Cost is $30. Call Wyatt at (830) 885-1029. SV Summer Hoop Camp Smithson Valley basketball coach Brady Wyatt is hosting a summer skills and development camp for players entering grades 2-9 June 6-9 at the SVHS gym. Grades 2-5 will participate from 9 a.m. to noon; grades 6-9 will attend from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $50, which includes T-shirt. Call Wyatt at (830) 885-1029. 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. TLU Baseball Camp Texas Lutheran University baseball coach Bill Miller and his staff are leading several camps this summer. Sessions I (June 6-10) and ll (June 13-17) are for ages 7-10; session III (June 20-24) is for ages 11-12 and session IV (June 27-July 1) is for ages 13-15. Each session will run from 9 a rn., to noon atTLU's Katt-Isbel Field. Cost is $85, with a non refundable reservation fee due 10 days before the start of each camp. Call (830) 372-8124 or (830) 372-8120. TLU Big Man Camp Texas Lutheran University basketball coach Tom Oswald will direct a skills and development camp for post players June 26-28 and July 22- 24. Cost is $135 for commuters; $185 for overnight camper, which includes meals. Call (830) 372-6808 or (830) 372-8120. Eric Sultemeier Baseball Camp Former New Braunfels and University of Texas star Erie Sultemeier is sponsoring a baseball camp through The McKenna Club. The skills camp for ages 7-13 will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. June 13-17 at the NBLL complex. Cost is $200, which indudes lunches and a T-shirt ($185 if registered by June 6). Call (830) 606-2829. Jay Novacek Football Camp Former Dallas Cowboy Jay Novacek will hold his annual football camp for boys 7-18 at North Texas University in Denton July 6-10. Go to or call (800) 555-0801. RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 1B SV iced win with three-run seventh covering the hag at second, stole tile bast*, frustrating the Qnv-girLs further. Domino Salazar s squeeze bunt scored Arredondo, milking it 3-0. Salazar also breezed to second while Diner kept laRue to the bag at third. Jessica Romero’s single plated LaRue, and Romero also seized second as Salazar was held to third. Finally, Munozs high chopper past third scored Salazar to make it 5-0. The Rangers failed to get in the final two runners, but the game was in the bag. “Coach told us if we would hit, we would win,” laRue said. “If we can keep hitting we can keep winning. That’s what is carrying our team this year.” laRue’s homer in the first was her fourth this year — all of them inside-the-park smashes. She didn’t take much credit for that, but for what it meant to give Munoz a lead before she ever took the mound. While Munoz was grateful for that, she was even more happy to have gotten through the game. ‘‘We were a little different with the bats today arx! didn’t hit the bill! like we normally do,” she said. “But we pulled through in the seventh when it really counted.” Munoz, Romero and I aRue each had two hits for the Rangers, who finished with nine. Smithson Valley will now face SA O’Connor (28-6) in the regional finals. The lady Panthers lost to the Rangers 3-2 in nondistrict play earlier this season. Ihe time and site for the match will be determined Monday. “We’re excited to play them.” laRue saki. “We didn’t get to see all of their players the last time, so hopefully it will be a really good game between us.” BASEBALL SY I, CC Carroll 0 Loddie F. Roeder, Jr., M.D., Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon. is pleased to announce he is now a network provider for United Health Care Insurance. Serving New Braunfels for over 20 sears. (830) 629 - 0002 Scratchy laundry Rough skin. Endless deaning. Hard water is hard on your home, r family and your budget, let Culhgan bring 65 years of water expertise and service into your home to defeat the damage hard water does. your FURCH USE \ Cl I I K, \N \\ MI K SOFTENER IN MU WI) RECE IN E A FREE DRINKING \\ YI FR SYSTEM CALL 830-626-8791 Trust the ^ter V Experts CORPUS CI IRISTI — Bryant Sparkman has turned into quite a weapon for the Smithson Valley baseball team. Saturday at Cabaniss Field, Sparkman pitched a complete-game, two-hitter to lead the Rangers (25-7) over Corpus Christi Carroll 1-0 and into the Class SA regional semifinals. Since the playoffs started three weeks ago, Sparkman (10-2) has been almost unhittable. I Ie shut (Hit SA Southwest in a 1-0 win in the bidistrict round and shuck out nine while allowing only four hits against SA Taft last week. But Saturday may have been his best game to date. Sparkman allowed only two hits, did not walk a single batter and struck out four against the Tigers (25-11-1). Hie Smithson Valley defense did its part as well, playing flawlessly behind its pitcher. That effort was needed because the Rangers struggled at the plate. In the top of the first, Kendal Volz lined a single to bring in Clay Fuller, but the Rangers would not score again. The Rangers had six flits in the game as Volz went 2 for 4 and Joe Pawelek was 2 for 3. Smithson Valley scored five runs in the first inning Friday, but over the next 13 innings, managed just one run. But with Sparkman and Volz dominating on the mound, it was enough to push the Rangers into the reginal semifinals for a second straight year. Smithson Valley will face Laredo Alexander in the Region IV semifinals beginning Thursday. The first game of a three-game series will take place in liuedo with the second and third, if necessary, likely in San Antonio. WEST CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Duncan probable today for Spurs home Friday, saw the Suns advance with an overtime victory against the Mavericks that night, then headed to Phoenix on Saturday. San Antonio players admitted they were rooting for Dallas in Game 6, not because they wanted to duck the Suns but because they wanted more down time. “I was at a restaurant and people heard me cussing,” Spurs forward Robert Horry said, laughing. The Spurs also were hoping Duncan would have more rest for his ailing ankles. He didn’t practice Saturday and coach Gregg Popovich listed him as probable for the opener. “We’re not going to do something to jeopardize Tim’s health or our team’s chances for success,” IY>povich said. “If he can’t play, he’s not going to play. If he can play at all, theres going to be no way to keep him off the court." WOOD FLOORS nu BMTI* n. NBW l.\ PL CERAMIC TILE WAS tLBBSq. ft Now *59* Sq. FL CARPET was IMT h n NBW .69' Sq. PL LAMINATE FLOORS was $3.7* a* ft. Nbw .79* H Pl Ti if Floor Depot 15125 IH-15 N I Villi OI ['IIM IIH*!' 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