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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Gavin 9 under NB Bomber SPORTS June 2005 HERAtDZErruNG Page 5 SVs run isrft done Rangers in the UIL btMbtll tournament To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com THE DAILY Astros at Mets Houston begins threegame set against NewYork at Shea Stadium Time KGNBAM1420 FSNSW Spun begin NBA Finals San Antonio welcomes defending Detroit for Ga me I at the SBC Center lime 8 WOAIAM1200 SV baseballers at state Rangers play Rockwall in Class 5A state semifinal at UIL tourney in Round Rock Time KGNBAM 1420 THE 2005 NBA FINALS MIAMI HEAT SAN ANTONIO SPURS Radio WOAIAM 1200 TV ABC Thursday Detroit at San 8 June 12 Detroit at San 8 June 14 San Antonio at 8 June 16 San Antonio at 8 June 19 San Antonio at 8 if necessary June 21 Detroit at San 8 if necessary June 23 Detroit at San 8 if necessary Pistons advance to play SA MIAMI AP pres sure of Game 7 didnt faze the defending In a Game 7 that stayed close the entire 48 the Detroit Pistons sum moned their experience and played with poise down the stretch of the fourth quar ter to defeat the Miami Heat 8882 Monday its back to the NBA Finals for the team often dis missed as a fluke champi disparaging title if there ever was but one the Pistons can get rid of with four more Dwyane Wade played for Miami after missing Game 6 because of a rib muscle but he was only good for brief stretches and failed to score over the final 15 Richard Hamilton scored 22 Rasheed Wallace added 20 including two foul shots that put Detroit ahead for good with remaining and the Pis tons closed the game with a 103 run to hand Miami yet another heartbreaking Game 7 loss on its home Detroit won for the 10th straight time when needing one victory to clinch a the second longest such streak behind the Lakers record 12game streak that ended in The Pistons also became the first Eastern Conference team in 23 years to win a Game 7 on the They open the finals Thursday night at San Rangers prepare for state tourney George Proctor By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VAL LEY Since his Rangers won the Class 5ARegion IV baseball title Thurs coach George Proctor has been the road it was to Abi lene to see Lubbock Monterey defeat Mansfield for the Region I title On it was to Fort where Rockwall downed Klein Collins in three games to win the Region II Its all about and knowing a little bit about opponents at this stage when youre heading into the UIL state baseball tourna ment always seems to They are a strong Proctor said about Rockwalls Yel lowjackets the team the Rangers will face in the sec ond of two Class 5A semifinals Friday night at Round Rocks Dell Dia I saw their second and he threw a lot of with a good fastball and breaking ball and mixed it up pretty As a they hit the ball pretty Though they did nt score a lot of runs in die game 1 they hit the ball well and right at They are a solid Smithson Valley 287 comes into Fridays tourna ment on the best roll of the four The Rangers have UIL STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Dell Round Rock CLASS 5A SEMIFINALS FRIDAY Humble Kingwood 3361 Lubbock Monterey 4 Smithson Valley 287 Rockwall Tickets Each game stu dents Alltournament pass Setting there Take Interstate 35 north to exit 253 in Round Rock US Turn right and go Dell Diamond is located on the Radio KGNBAM 1420 will broadcast both Rangers games at Friday and won 15 not allowed a run in 30 innings and are the only team remaining not to have lost a playoff Lubbock Monterey 3210 has played three bestof three series Humble Kingwood 33 61 and Rockwall each played But the Rangers beat top ranked defending state cham pion Corpus Christi Moody 1 0 to advance to their second state tournament since I told the kids as we got off the bus from Robstown that they could live it up and have some Proctor But 1 also told them that nothing is finished until we play that last Right were focused on They are the next team on the schedule and were not looking ahead to playing anybody Its another meaning we will have to play good funda mentals and have good pitch ing and Smithson Valley prepared for state by playing in big ven ues during its playoff The Rangers played several games in Wolff which Proc tor compared favorably to It definitely helped Proctor Weve played before a lot of big so it wont be anything like theyre overwhelmed by playing up On Proctor spoke to the team about the last time the Rangers went to when older brothers and cousins of several current players lost 75 to Fort Worth Western Hills in the semifi They all were little ones when we were up there the last said refer ring to Cody Clay Casey Pyle and Joe It stuck with Its not all in the dribble i i Photos By MANDY New Braunfels coach Al Dressen began his annual summer soccer camp he watches as Melissa Crenwelge practices drib bling top players stand with balls while being instructed Travis practices his drib ble bottom Sarah Morris and Liz Soechting lead the warmups for younger The Unicorns camp runs through thini KEITHWARRIN Keith Warren is the host of two weekly outdoor televi sion programs tlwt broadcast The wonderful thing about deer is that they are very adaptable to living in just about any where there is food and For that it is so common to see them in many cities and This is the time of year deer have With the evergrowing population of it is important to understand what to do if you happen to stumble upon a newborn First wild deer belong to the people of the state of Texas and cannot be owned There is one Licensed deer breeders can own legally pur chased for those who arent this column offers a bit of Does have fawns in all kinds of places they feel are It might be in your yard or on the side of the The first piece of advice is to leave it Many people think just because a fawn may be its mother has deserted does have two fawns each year and will give birth to each of them in separate This increases their chances of The doe knows where her fawns are and will return for Does are physically stressed after giving birth and instinctively know how to care for their They will leave them for hours to rest and But they usually wont be too far A newborn fawn will have no odor and is extremely It will lie motionless and is difficult to They only weigh several pounds at birth and are very frail and vul During the first day of a fawn will lie still and only get up if the mother comes to feed Within a few hours they can barely But they will learn how to get around Within three a worldclass track star couldnt catch A fawn is making it tempting for one to interfere with Mother Many people believe that if you touch a its mother will not return for That is not I have held dozens of newborn fawns within hours of their births and the mothers all returned to raise But the fawns 1 have held are not freeranging wild fawns but ones owned by deer If you come across a leave it you will have a camera with you to take some pho But dont disturb If and if time find a place to observe the fawn from a You will be amazed to see how well they blend into their environment and how their mothers will return to care for
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