New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 27, 2005, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 27, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, July 27, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7ANOTES CONTINUED FROM Page 6APawelek could help Baylor this season Smithson Valley’s Joe Pawelek, he said, is one of those players. Whether Pawelek redshirts or plays is up to him, he said. “I Ie came in and spent two or three weeks with us this summer, working out,” Mor-riss said. “The staff was all impressed with his work ethic and his conditioning and his attitude. But the question is, can he make the transition to the college game, which we all know is a lot faster.” Pawelek said he doesn’t expect to immediately play because of seniors Colin Allred, Jamaal Harper and Tyler Iindstrom. But together, those three have only started five games, meaning nothing is set in stone. “I wouldn’t bet against him,” Morriss said, noting he’s seen something special in Pawelek. “By the way he plays, I think he was told that he could never play major college ball,” Morriss said. “And I think he’s got a chip on his shoulder in proving people wrong. I think he wants to get that off.” Hill in THSCA election today Smithson Valley coach Lar-ry I fill is one of three candidates up for election as FUSCA president-elect. He joins Mesquite’s Steve I lalpin and Tomball’s Pat Patterson on the ballot, to be considered in the general assembly meeting at 10:30 a.m. today. The position is largely ceremonial, as THSCA executive director D.W. Rutledge and assistant executive director Joe Martin conduct the day-to-day chores. But Hill, a 22-year member who has spent the last three years on the board of directors, has indicated its an honor to be nominated. The election precedes the induction of members into the THSCA’s Hall of Honor. This year’s class includes Rutledge and University Interscholastic League athletic director and former I lardin-Jefferson basketball coach Charles Breithaupt, who’s nursing a broken collar bone he suffered July 9. Long-time coaches Ray Seals, Jerry Taylor and Willie Ray Smith (deceased) will also be honored. Expect 5A numbers to increase The UIL’s biennial realignment process will begin this fall. Breithaupt said to expect the number of schools in Class 5A to rise above the 245 currently in the classification. Of the 30 new schools built since the 2004 district realignment, 12 are in Class 5A, meaning the previous ceiling will change. It also might influence the numbers of schools in each district, meaning some the six-team and eight-team leagues could expand to include nine or IO schools, especially in metropolitan areas. Originally scheduled for release Feb. I — National Signing Day — the realignment will be announced Feb. 2, UIL officials said Monday. Writers, coaches vote differently While coaches predict Smithson Valley will finish second to Converse Judson in District 26-5A, the writers believe otherwise. In the voting, released Sunday, Texas Sports Writers Association picked Smithson Valley as the No. 5 team in Class 5A. Southlake Carroll, which has beaten the Rangers twice in the last three seasons for the Division II state championship, was first, followed by Spring Westfield, Lufkin and defending Division I champ Tyler Lee. Judson, which edged Smithson Valley 56-54 in a poll of six 26-5A coaches, was ranked No. 11. In Class 4A, District 27-4A defending champ Lake Travis was rated No. IO.BASEBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6ASosa ties Robinson on home run list for fifth place on the career fist, and the Baltimore Orioles ended a six-game skid by defeating the Texas Rangers 5-4 Tuesday night. Javy Lopez hit a tiebreak-ing homer off former teammate James Baldwin (0-1) in the eighth, and Luis Matos also connected for the Orioles, who avoided their longest losing streak of the season by winning for the first time since July 18. Sosa gave Baltimore a 4-1 lead in the sixth inning with his 12th homer, a two-run shot to center. He took his trademark hop out of the batter’s box but waited near firstALL-STAR CONTINUED FROM Page 6ATexas recruits shine on both teams with 12 and had a fumble recovery. North quarterback Colt McCoy of Tuscola Jim Ned, who is also bound for UT, completed IO of 18 passes for 183 yards and a score. The South was led by Nederland’s Dustin I lood, who completed 120 of 15 passes for 125 yards and a score. Yet another UT recruit, Jer-michael Finley of Diboll, caught five passes for IOO yards that included a 27-yaider from Jersey Village QB Jerod Walker. 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He then thrust his ann outward as the ball landed in the Baltimore bullpen. It was Sosa’s second homer in three games but only the third since June 18. Texas starter Kenny Rogers gave up four runs and eight hits over seven innings in what could be his final appearance before serving a suspension for shoving two TV cameramen last month. The 40-year-old went before commissioner Bud Selig on Friday to appeal the 20-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball on July I. After Rogers left, Baldwin retired the first two batters he faced before Lopez hit a shot to center. Lopez went 3-for-4 in his second game since returning from a two-mon th stint on the disabled list with Monday with 23 points on perfect 3-point shooting in the North team’s 117-107 victory over the South in the Texas I Ugli School Coaches Association Basketball All-Star Game at St. Mary’s University. Berend, a 6-4 guard from Graham who made all four shots from long range, said the offense was designed differently this time. “We had two quick point guards,” Berend said. "Brandon (Roberts, one of those guards) told me he would penetrate and kick it out to me, and I would hit the 3. That’s what the offense was.” A.J. Abrams, a 5-11 point guard from Round Rock McNeil who has signed with Texas, was named Most Valuable Player for the North. I Ie hit five of IO 3-pointers and had 22 points. David Devezin, a 5-11 guard from Fort Bend Marshall, was named MVP for the South. I Ie a broken hand. Baldwin was picked up by the Rangers last month after being released by the (Moles. B.J. Ryan got three outs for his 22nd save. Baltimore starter Rodrigo Lopez allowed three runs and six hits in 6 1-3 innings, but his bid to become a 10-game winner was denied by the bullpen. Lopez left in the seventh after giving up an RBI double to Gary Matthews, who scored on David Dellucci’s two-out single off Chris Ray tobringTexasto4-3. The Rangers tied it in the eighth. Mark Teixeira beat out an infield hit off Steve Kline and took second on the pitcher’s errant throw. After a single by Hank Blalock, Teixeira scored on a wild pitch by Jason Grimsley (1-1). Matthews went 3-for-4 with scored 19 points and had five assists, both team highs. Berend said he wasn’t recruited by any school other than Wayland Baptist, where he plans to play this year. I tis 23 points were a game high, and he also was perfect on five free throws. I Ie kick-started the victory when he scored IO points during the Norths 14-7 run in the final 3:06 of the first half. I Ie scored his first points of the game with a tap-in on an offensive rebound at the 3:06 mark. It gave the North a 48-47 advantage, a lead it would never lose. Berend finished the half by making a 3-pointer and two foul shots before putting up another 3-point shot with less than five seconds remaining. I Ie missed, but he was fouled. He hit all three free throws, and the North led 60-54 at the half. Devezin helped keep the a homer and two doubles, and he also made a sensational leaping catch in center to rob Melvin Mora of an eighth-inning hit. But Texas lost for the sixth time in seven games to fall to 3-10 since the All-Star break. The Orioles took a I -0 lead with an unearned run in the first inning. Miguel Tejada reached second on a two-out throwing error by Blalock at third before Rafael Palmeiro hit an RBI single. In the second, Baltimore’s Eli Marrero hit a drive to left that bounced off the wall toward center. Dellucci recov-ered in time to throw to shortstop Michael Young, whose relay to catcher Sandy Alomar ruined Marrero’s bid for an inside-the-park homer. Marrero left the game in the fourth inning after being overcome by the 98-degree heat. South in the game through much of the first half, scoring 12 points. All his points came in threes — either 3-pointers or three-point plays. I tis double-pump layup under die basket drew a foul from Kevin Rogers. Devezin made the foul shot with 8.4 seconds left to cut the North’s lead to 57-54 before Berend’s three free throws. The North managed to keep him contained after halftime. I Ie scored seven points. Derek Barnes of Spring Westfield won the 3-point contest, making 14 shots in 45 seconds. I Ie topped San Antonio MacArthur s Tun Lytle, who hit 13. I larold Stewart of Crowley won the slam-dunk contest. II is best dunk came when he bounced the ball on the floor, quickly pulled off his shirt and jammed the ball through. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Come by and tour one our 6 operating rooms. Learn about health care options right in your neighborhood. 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