New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 15, 2005, Page 8

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June 15, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, June 15, 2005 poll CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Cougars picked 2nd, NB fourth in 27-4A areas, but behind in others, particularly on the lines. Still, being ranked this early has its pluses and minuses. “It’s always good to be SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Pistons climb back into Finals with win defensive intensity to their dedication in terms of getting more people involved on offense. Hamilton was more assertive in shaking off the pesky defense of Bruce Bowen, Prince was much more effective limiting Ginobili, and Wallace seemed especially motivated to put two very sub-par performances behind him. Wallace blocked five shots in the first quarter alone, and he had half of Detroit’s offensive rebounds in the first half when Detroit had a 24-12 edge in points in the paint and an 11-0 advantage in fast-break points. He set the tone right from the start, stealing the opening inbounds pass after he was called for a jump ball violation, BASEBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Braves get help from ancient Franco and walked none. Adam Bernero and Chris Reitsma combined to limit Texas to no runs and four hits over the final four innings. Mark Teixeira hit his 17th homer for the Rangers, who had their nine-game home winning streak snapped. The Rangers took a 2-1 lead into the fifth. Starter Pedro Ast ado had retired 13 of his previous 14 batters when he hit Ryan Langerhans with a pitch. Wilson Betemit followed with a single and Johnson, batting .059 entering Tuesday, put the Braves in front 4-2 when he homered to right-center. June 18-19 10am - 5pm IOO artisan!, featuring handmade items, in Gruene'.s turn-of-the-century historic district. Live entertainment, specialty shopping and unique dining. www.GrueneMarketDays.com 830-832-1721 From IHJ5, Exit 191 Go West 1.5 miles, turn left on Hunter Road _______-........aaa thought of so highly at the beginning,” he said. “But it’s a whole lot better to be there at the end of the year." New Braunfels (6-5 in 2004), with new coach Chuck Cani-ford, is picked to finish fourth behind Burnet in district. The Unicorns will hit the field for fall practice Aug. I, while Smithson Valley and Canyon will begin drills Aug. 8. then racing downcourt for a dunk and a three-point play. Wallace ended an eight-game streak of scoring in single digits and a five-game streak with fewer than IO rebounds. Ginobili went down just a few seconds later, bruising his left thigh in a collision with Prince just 21 seconds into the game. Though he wasn’t side-lined for long, the star of Games I and 2 had just four points at halftime with four turnovers, he finished with seven points and six turnovers. Tony Parker led the Spurs with 21 points. San Antonio opened the second half with a 13-5 run ending in an alley-oop reverse slam by Wallace off a pass from I lainilton. But the Spurs came right hack with a 9-0 run to regain the lead 56-54 before the Pistons closed the quarter with a 16-9 run to take a five-point lead into the final quarter. Marcus Giles singled later in the inning and Franco hit his third homer to make it 6-2, knocking out Astacio (2-8). Johnson, whose is from Austin, had three hits and drove in three runs. Franco, who played for the Rangers from 1989-93 and won the AL batting title in 1991, also had three hits and three RBIs. Astacio allowed six runs and seven hits in 4 1/3 innings. He struck out three and didn’t walk a batter. SPORTS SHORTS RESULTS Lands Legend* Results from the Landa Legends Tournament played June 2: Team results — 1. Cad Heiden, Leon Heinze, Doug Dobbyn, Cliff Crouch -34; 2, Rex Rexilius, EarlThomas, Ed Peters, Charlie Smith, -30; 3. Erv Schaefer, Dan Rein, John Sawyer, Lamy Epworth, -29; 4. Glenn Case, Lon Perry, Keith Mez, Roland Schneider -28 Low net players — A Cad Heiden; B. Leon Heinze; C. Ed Peters; D. Roland Schneider Closest to the pin — Cliff Crouch (No. 7); John Sawyer (Nos. 9,12,15; hole-in-one on 15) EVENTS/PROGRAMS Centex Volleyball The Centex Volleyball 16's team is having a benefit today from 5-9 p.m. at Taco Cabana in New Braunfels. The team is raising funds to compete in a Volleyball Festival June 24-July I in Reno, Nev. Proceeds from receipts that night will help the dub reach its goal. NB Summer Tennis Championships Canyon tennis coach Ed Strieker is organizing the New Braunfels Sum-merTennis Championships July 15-17 at the Canyon High School courts. Singles, doubles and mixed doubles will compete in junior high, high school and open men's and women's divisions. Cost is $10 for singles players and $20 for doubles. Entry deadline is July ll. Call Strieker at (830) 609-2770. 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 dub helps provide equipment, uniforms and matenals 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] 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 indude league play, group dinics and private lessons. Call Paul Domanski at (830) 625-7738, ext. 235. Seguin Golf Center Clinics, Programs Seguin Golf Center pro aint Baack is sponsoring a clinic for juniors 6-18 through June 15 from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Cost is $30. Also, the dub will have golf tournaments each Wednesday until school begins. Cost is $10 per tournament. Call Baack at (830) 379-8883. 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 training 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 (10 a.m.-Noon). Cost is $40. Call Chuck Caniford at the fieldhouse at 627-6111 or 627-6112. Unicom Basketball Camp New Braunfels boys coach Chris Dial will lead a basketball shooting fundamentals camp from 1-3 p.m. June 26 23 at the high school's competition gym. Campers will be videotaped and tutored in technique and form. Cost is $40, which indudesT-shirt Walk-up registration welcome. Call Dial at 627-6241. NB Volleyball Camps New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler is offering two camps this summer at Unicom Gym. A skills camp for grades 7-8 will be held from 6-8 p.m. July 18-22; and another for freshmen will be held from 68 p.m. July 25-28. Cost for each camp is $50, which includes T-shirt. Call Fowler at 627-6239 (school). IVver City Summer Slam Hoop Camp Canyon High School boys basketball coach Kenny Rotzler and other area coaches will dined the 17th annual Riv er City Summer Slam boys basketball camp June 26-23. Grades 67 will par-tidpate at Cougar Gym; grades 69 will go at Canyon Middle School. Cost is $50; $60 at the door, which indudesT shirt Call Rotzler at 221-2483. SV Football Camp Smithson Valley coach Larry Hill will hold the annual Ranger Football Camp for incoming grades 7-9 from 8:30 a.m.-Noon July 1621. Cost is $35. Walk-up registration welcome Call the Smithson Valley athletic office at (830) 886 1069. SV Volleyball Camp Smithson Valley volleyball coach Liana Gombert will hold a skills camp for players in grades 7-9 July 2628 at Ranger Gym. Grades 7-8 will go from 9 a.m.-Noon; freshmen will partidpate from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $50. Call Gombert at (830) 8861036. 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 610. Go to www.footballcamps.com or call (800) 5560801. Texas State Basketball Camp Texas State men's coach Dennis Nutt will conduct basketball camps for ages 617 (day camp June 2623; cost $100) and ages 1617 (overnight camp June 2629, cost $325; or commuter camp June 26-29, cost $225). Campers receive freeT-shirts. Call the basketball office at (512) 2463842. Baseball Camps Texas State University coaches and players will conduct a youth baseball camp from 8:30 a.m.-noon June 2622 at the NBLL fields. Cost is $120. They will also sponsor a Father-Son camp will be held at NBLL on June 22 from 6 9 p.m. Cost is $50. Call (512) 2467566. TUll Camp Texas Lutheran University baseball coach Bill Miller and his staff are leading several camps this summer. Session ll (Monday-Friday) is for ages 7-10; session III (June 2624) is for ages 11-12 and session IV (June 27-July 1) is for ages 1615. Each session will ain from 9 am. to noon atTLU's Katt-lsbel Reid. Cost is $85, with a i xxi refundable reservation fee due 10 days before the start of each camp. Call (830) 372-8124 or (830)372-8120. TUI Big Man Hoop Camp Texas Lutheran University basketball coach Tom Oswald will direct a skills and development camp for post players June 2628 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 oiB. niTOf ana raui Volleyball Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church is holding CYO girls volleyball registration for grades 2-6, which is under way until July 22 at Vivroux's Sporting Goods. Cost is $65. Call Leticia Gonzales at (830) 227-5769. 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