New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 8, 2005, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, June 8, 2005 SPORTS SHORTS PROGRAMS 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 Foer-ster at [email protected] T Bar M Tennis Programs T Bar M Tennis 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. Seguin Golf Center Clinics, Programs Seguin Golf Center pro Clint Baack is sponsoring a clinic for juniors 6-18 today-June 15 from 10 a.rn.-11 p.m. Cost is $30. Also, the club will have golf tournaments each Wednesday until school begins. Cost is $10 per tournament. Call Baack at (830) 379-8883 SUMMER CAMPS NB Training, Football Camps New Braunfels High School is holding its annual training camp through July 14 and its football camp July 18-21. Any NBHS student-athlete in 2005-06 can participate in the train ing camps for athletic development, held from 8-10 a.m. or 9-11 a m. each weekday. Cost is $50. The football camps will teach fundamentals to grades 3-6 (8-10 a.m.) and position development to grades 7-9 (IO a.m.-Noon). Cost is $40. Call Chuck Cani-ford at the fieldhouse at 627-6111 or 627-6112. NB Volleyball Camps New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler is offering three camps this ASTROS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Martinez has little trouble with Houston Except for Burke's homer, the Astros never bothered Martinez. Their .244 team batting average coming in was tied for last in the majors with Cleveland, and their 439 hits and 201 runs scored were the lowest in the majors. The Mets jumped in front in the first inning against Oswalt (6-7). Mike Cameron doubled with one out and scored on a two-out double to left by Floyd. Oswalt prevented further trouble by striking out Mike IMazza to end the inning. Despite working with the slim lead, Martinez pitched effortlessly, never coming close to allowing a hit alter second baseman Kaz Matsui made a sharp stop behind the hag and threw out Palmeiro leading off in the first inning. Burkes home run broke that string and kept intact the Mets’ 44-season history of never pitching a no-hitter. In the fifth, Martinez, who ended an 0-for-29 stretch with his first hit of the season in his last start, singled to center leading oil. With the crowd chanting his name, he moved to second on an infield out and third on a single by Cameron. When (Carlos Beltran singled to center, Martinez trotted home with New York’s second run, greeted with high-fives from his teammates, who have teased him alroot his hitting this season. I lis time on the bases did not bother Martinez. I Ie breezed through the sixth inning, retiring the Astros in order. When he came to bat in the bottom half, the fans chanted his name again. This time Oswalt struck him out and he returned to the mound, carrying the 2-0 lead into the seventh. Marlon Anderson added an RBI single in the seventh. Notes: It was Martinez’s fourth double-digit strikeout game this season and the 103rd of his career, which ranks fourth behind Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson and Roger Clemens.... Jose Reyes led off the third inning with a single but was picked off first base by I lous-ton C Brad Ausmus.... Oimeron appeared to pull a muscle on a first-inning double but remained in the game. summer at Unicorn Gym. A skills camp for grades 2-6 will be held from 9 a.rn.-noon Monday-June 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). River City Summer Slam Hoop Camp Canyon High School boys basketball coach Kenny Rotzler and other area coaches will direct 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 Baseball Camp Canyon baseball coach Peter Garza will lead a baseball camp for incoming grades 7-9 Monday-June 16 from 9 a.rn.-Noon at Cougar Field Cost is $50 Walk-up registration welcome. Call the school at 221-2400. SV Volleyball Camp Smithson Valley volleyball coach Liana Gombert will hold a skills camp for players in grades 7-9 July 25-28 at Ranger Gym. Grades 7-8 will go from 9 a.rn -Noon; freshmen will participate from 1-4 p m Cost is $50. Call Gombert at (830) 885-1036. SV Boys Hoop Camp Smithson Valley boys basketball coach Allan Miller is hosting a summer skills and development camp for boys entering grades 4 9 Monday-June 16 at Ranger Gym. Grades 4-7 will participate from 9 a.m. to noon; grades 8 9 will attend from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $50, which includes T-shirt. Call Miller at (830) 885-1029 (school) or (830) 626-0736 (home). 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 www.footballcamps.com or call (800) 555-0801. Texas State Baseball Camps Texas State University coaches and players will conduct a youth baseball camp from 8:30 a.rn.-noon June 20-22 at the NBLL fields. Cost is $120.They will also sponsor a Father-Son camp will be held at NBLL from June 22 from 6-9 p.m. Cost is $50. Call (512) 245 7566. Erie Sultemeier Baseball Camp Former New Braunfels and University ofTexas star Erie Sultemeier is sponsoring a baseball camp throughThe McKenna Club.The skills camp for ages 7-13 will be held from 8:30 a rn. to 4:30 p m. Monday-June 17 at the NBLL complex. Cost is $200, which includes lunches and aT-shirt ($185 if registered by June 6) Call (830) 606-2829. TLU Baseball Camp Texas Lutheran University baseball coach Bill Miller and his staff are leading several camps this summer Session ll (Monday-June 17) is 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.m.. to noon at TLU's Kart Is bel Field. Cost is $85, with a nonrefundable reservation fee due 10 days before the start of each camp. Call (830) 372-8124 or (830)372-8120. TLU Big Man Hoop 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 LEAGUES Sts. Peter and Paul Volleyball Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church is holding CYO girls volleyball registration for grades 1-6, which is under way until July 22 at Vivroux's Sporting Goods. Cost is $65. Call Leticia Gonzales at (830) 227-5769. Bodywerks Massage Therapy is now open in Gruene next to the Tea Room Specializing in Chair, Table & Foot Massages. We have a couples room. 830.629.3757 Boyos and Dr. Anna Bowker invite you to... MEDICAL COSMETICS Buy the Complete Obagi Nu-Derm Line and receiv e the sunscreen free. Buy 60 units of Botox and Receive IO units free. Buy 4 Microdermabrasions Get one free. Buy one vial of Restalyne Receive 2(M Office second vial bought the same day. Bus any New Hair Removal Package and Receive 20% Off. Bun a Package of 4 Chemical Peels and Receive 2Qc/t Off. Schedule a Free Makeov er and Receive UM Off Youngblood Cosmetics bought the dav of the makeover. 921 Lakeview Blvd. New Braunfels, TX 78130 830.626.6971 HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? Have you been diagnosed with, or think you may have, high blood pressure? lf so, you may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication to treat high blood pressure. Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of age. lf you qualify for this study, you may receive at no cost to you: V Study related physical exam and laboratory testing V Investigational study medication or placebo (you have a I in 12 chance of receiving placebo during part of the study) V Compensation for your time and travel Central Texas Health Research (830) 609-0900 705-A LANDA STREET • NEW BRAUNFELS Photo submitted Canyon Middle School's eighth-grade Jaguars track team finished the season as undefeated district champion. Placing at the district meet were Robert Clay, Antoine Jackson, John Farias, Cristobal Maldonado, Wes Fraunhofer,Tyler Denson, Chris Kues, Ricky Waugh, Chris Dafoe, Rene Hernandez, Nic Minton, Chris Serna, Garrett Guerrero, Michael Euresti, Chris Enriquez and MarkVoosen. SPURS , CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Physical, defensive series expected and athleticism on the offensive end, where they can be effective posting up and take advantage of their offensive rebounding for extra chances. Bowen, the league’s best perimeter defender, will concentrate on Richard Hamilton, who scored 22 points in Monday’s decisive 88-82 victory over Miami. “It’s a matter of trying to match a guys energy and at same time try to take away some of his strengths," Bowen said. “Rip is very good off screens. Ile understands how to get his shots. He’s the prototype of Reggie Miller." Popovich says most of his time will be spent prepar ing the Spurs for the Pistons on court, hut he ll also expects to get together with Brown off the court to visit and share some laughs. “Both camps want to win badly,” he said, "but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it." WOOD FLOORS WAS $MfSq ft. Now *1,MS(|. Ft. CERAMIC TILE WAS Sq. Ft. Now .59C Sq. Ft. CARPET WAS %Xv49Sq. Ft. Now .69C Sq. Ft. 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