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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                POLL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Cougars picked NB fourth in 274A but behind in particularly on the being ranked this early has its pluses and Its 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 Hamilton was more assertive in shaking off the pesky defense of Bruce Prince was much more effec tive limiting and Wal lace seemed especially moti vated to put two very subpar performances behind Wallace blocked five shots in me first quarter and he had half of Detroits offen sive rebounds in the first half when Detroit had a 24rl2 edge in points in the paint and an 110 advantage in fastbreak He set the tone right from the stealing the opening inbounds pass after he was called for a jump ball BASEBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Braves get help from ancient Franco and walked Adam Bernero and Chris Reitsma combined to limit Texas to no runs and four hits over the final four Mark Teixeira hit his 17th homer for the who had their ninegame home winning streak The Rangers took a 21 lead PedrO 13f ofhis previous 14 batters when he hit Ryan Langerhans with a Wilson Betemit followed with a single and batting entering put the Braves in front 42 when he homered to right Gruene Market ilayi June 1819 10am 5pm 100 artisans featuring handmade in Grucncs turnofthe century historic Live specialty shopping and unique 8308321721 From Exit 191 Go West turn left on Hunter Road 6HS6M Wfednesday June J2005 thought of so highly at the he But its a whole lot better to be there at the end of the NewBraunfels 65 in with new coach Chuck Cani is picked to finish fourth behind Burnet in The Unicorns will hit the field for fall practice while Smithson Valley and Canyon will begin drills then racing downcourt for a dunk and a threepoint Wallace ended an eight game streak of scoring in single digits and a fivegame streak with fewer than 10 Ginobili went down just a few seconds bruising his left thigh in a collision with Prince just 21 seconds into the Though he wasnt side lined for the star of Games 1 and 2 had just four points at halftime with four he finished with sev en points and six Tony Parker led the Spurs with 21 San Antonio opened the sec ond half with a 135 run end ing in an alleyoop reverse slam by Wallace off a pass from But the Spurs came right back with a 90 run to regain the lead 5654 before the Pistons closed the quarter with a 169 run to take a five point lead into the final quar Marcus Giles singled later in the inning and Franco hit his third homer to make it knocking out Astacio whose is from had three hits and drove in three who played for the Rangers from 198993 and won the AL batting title in also had three hits and three Astacio allowed six runs and seven hits in He struck out three and didnt walk a SPORTS SHORTS RESULTS Results from the Lands Legends Tournament played June 2 Team rwute Cart Leon Doug Cfiff Crouch34 Rex Ed Charlie 30 Erv Dan John Lamy 29 Glenn Lori Keith Roland Schneider 28 Low net players Carl Hekten Leon Heinze Ed Peters Roland Schneider Closest to the pin Cliff Crouch John Sawyer holeinone on 15 Seguin GoK Center pro Oint to sponsoring a clinic for juniors 618 through June IB from 10 Cost is the dub will have golf tournaments each Wednesday until school Cost is per Call Baack at 830 379 er CKy Summer Stem boys basketball camp June Grades 57 wffl par tfdpMB M Cougar Gym M wHI go at Canyon Middle Cost is at the which IndudesT CaH Router at The Centex Volleyball 16s team is having a benefit today from 59 at Taco Cabana in New The team is raising funds to compete in a Volleyball Festival June 24July 1 in Proceeds from receipts that night will help the dub reach its NB SuimiMff TembChamplaiMMpa Canyon tennis coach Ed Strieker is organizing the New Braunfels Sum merTennis Championships July 1517 at the Canyon High School Sin doubles and mixed doubles will compete in junior high school and open mens and womens divi Cost is for singles players and for Entry deadline is July Call Strieker at 830 Canyon Booatera Membership Drive The Canyon Athletic Booster Club Patron Membership Drive is in full swing for the 200506 school Grand and Patron memberships are boost er dub helps provide uni forms and materials to both the high school and the middle Call the high school at 830 2212400 or email Phyllis Foerster at Phyllis@nbcham.org. TBarM Tennis Programs T Bar M Tennis Ranch is offering summer programs for juniors rang ing from beginners to tournament Daily programs and week long camps Adult activities indude league group clinics and private Call Paul Domanski at HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Hove you teen diagnosed wrtivor tftnfc you may high blood pressure If you may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication to treat high blood Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of If you qualify for this you may receive at no cost to you Study related physical exam and laboratory testing Investigational study medication or placebo you have a 1 in 12 chance of receiving placebo during part of the study 9 Compensation for your time and travel Central Texas Health Research 830 6090900 705ALANDA STREETNEW BRAUNFELS South Texas Blood Tissue Center DONATE BLOOD ALL DONKKS Rix LI vi A FKLK BALL CAP At the HERALDZEITUNG 707 LANDA Monday June 27th 30am To schedule an appointment contact Jeff Fowler at the HERALDZEITUNG 8306259144 HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE Anyone 17 years or weighing at least 110 pounds and in good general health may donate All donors must show proper identification before beginning the donation HN6N FoolMHi Carnpa New Braunfels High School is hold ing its annual training camp through July 14 and its football camp Juty Any NBHS studentathlete in can participate in the training camps for athletic held from 810 am or 911 each Cost Is football camps will teach fun damentals to grades 36 810 and position development to grades 7 9 10 Cost is Call Chuck Caniford at the fieldhouse at 6276111 or Unicom Basketball Camp New Braunfels boys coach Chris Dial will lead a basketball shooting funda mentals camp from 13 June 20 23 at the high schools competition Campers will be videotaped and tutored in technique and Cost is which indudesTshirt Walkup reg istration Call Dial at Camp SmHhson Valley coach Larry HfH will hold the annual Ranger FoolbBfl Camp ter Incoming grades 79 from 830 Noon Jury Cost to Walkup ragiitration Call the Smith son Valley athletic office at 830 885 I Camp Texas State menls coach Denote Nutt wiH conduct basketball camps tor ages 617 day camp June 2023 cost and ages 1017 overnight camp June cost or commuter camp June cost Campers receive Call the basketball office at 512 Camps New Braunfels coach Phyllis Fowler is offering two camps this summer at Unicom A skills camp for grades 78 will be held from 68 July 18 22 and another for freshmen will be held from 68 July Cost for each camp is which includes T Call Fowler at 6276239 River City Summer Slam Hoop Camp Canyon High School boys basketball coach Kenny Rotder and other area coaches will direct the 17th annual Riv Camp Smithson Valley volleyball coach Liana Gombert will hold a skills camp for players in grades 79 July 2528 at Ranger Grades 78 will go from 9 freshmen will participate from 14 Cost is Call Gombert at 830 Jay NovMcafc r Nil I Mill Camp Former Dallas Cowboy Jay Novacek will hold his annual football camp for boys 718 at North Texas University in Denton July Go to or call 800 Texas State BaaabaH Campa Texas State University coaches and players will conduct a youth baseball camp from June 2022 at the NBLL Cost is They will also sponsor a FatherSon camp will be held at NBLL on June 22 from 6 9 Cost is Call 512 TUII Camp Texas Lutheran University baseball coach Bill Miller and his staff are lead ing several camps this Ses sion II MondayFriday Is for ages 710 session III June 2024 is for ages 1112 and session IV June 27July 1 is for ages Each session will run from 9 to noon atTLUs KatMsbel Field Cost is wfth a nonrefundabte reser vation fee due 10 days before the start of each Call 830 3728124 or IVlUBigMan Hoop Camp Texas Lutheran University basketball coach Tom Oswald will direct a skills and development camp for post play ers June 2628 and July Cost is for commuters for overnight which includes Call 830 3726808 or 830 LEAGUES Peter and Paul Peter and Paul Catholic 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