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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas coy Beck AUGUST 2005 tees SPORTS Home sweet friendly confines for NB Section HERALDZErnJNG To have your sports event contact Will Wright at or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org DAILY SV collide Smithson Valley volleyballers infirstanamatchupatRangerGym Time Meet the coaches Smitlison Valley holds annual event inside the cafeteria Time 7 Football scrimmage tune 0Connor visits Canyon Smithson Valley travels to SA Southwest Times PQA LEADERS Leaders after Saturdays third round of the 87th PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club Phil Mickelson 6 Davis Love III 6 Thomas Bjorn 7171 5 Stuart Appleby 4 Vijay Singh 4 Pat Perez 6871 4 Steve Elkington 4 Lee Westwood 3 Relief Goosen 3 Greg Owen Jason Bonn 71 3 Ben Curtis 3 Bo Van Pelt 2 Six tied at 1 TV 10 TNT 1 CBS Love are atop crowded leaderboard at PGA AP Phil Mickelson was drenched in sweat before he hit his opening tee shot in temperatures that hit 100 degrees Sat urday at the PGA Then came the real Walking off the tee a cheer rang out from the 18th green as Thomas Bjorn got upanddown for birdie to shoot matching the record score for a major In the group Mickelson could see Davis Love III birdie the first two holes on his way to a Just like the final major of the year turned into a Shootout not many saw We saw a lot of guys shoot under Mickelson I would have liked to have been one of Mickelson lost command of his tee shots and his and he avoided a major meltdown by steadying him self for a 2over 72 that left him tied with Love going into the final round at They were at 6under 204 and had lots of Bjorns recordtying round gave him a chance for redemption in a Defending champion Vijay Singh made 17 straight pars before a birdie from the bunker on the 18th gave him a leaving him two shots And even Tiger Woods could no longer be ruled out after cutting his 12shot deficit in half with a Lefty missed short birdie putts on the final two both par his last chance to keep the lead to himself ending with a 6foot attempt that caused him to buckle his knees when the ball grazed the edge of the He still managed a To gut it out and play the last 12 holes without a make that one birdie and still be in the lead is a huge success for the he I strug gled a little but I fought hard to stay in the Love cooled after his trading birdies and bogeys the rest of the way for his third consecutive Winless in two he wound up in the final pairing at a major for the first time since the 2003 British where he tied for fourth at Royal Im playing with a lot of just like Love Thats why were both on top of the Bjorn became the 20th player to shoot 63 in a and the first since Singh in the 2003 It was the third 63 at where Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf did it in the first round of the 1980 This 63 is not about Bjorn Its about And thats all it means to that I got myself into position where I can play from And Im going to try my hardest tomorrow and then well Singh was joined at 206 by former PGA champion Steve Elkington Pat Perez 68 and Stuart Appleby It was hard Singh I told my I need one I cannot do 18 Ive never done See Page 4B Cougarettes split two at Tourney of Champs By Will Wright Sports Editor Canyon arrived back home from Duncanvilles Volley ball Tournament of Champions a little but a whole lot The Cougarettes wound up splitting their six games at the two day which con cluded Canyon defeated District 274A foe Dripping Springs 25 257 before bowing to Piano West Coach Heather Sanders rated the weekend as a good experience for her Saturday was as the Cougarettes downed a district rival and held their own against a team much In the first Lexie Bennett had 13 kills and Chelsea Zunker added See Page 2B Caniford gets good 1st look at NBs Unicorns By Will Wright Sports Editor New Braunfels coach Chuck Cani ford saw his Uni corns against another team for the first time Satur day and he liked what he New Braunfels passed and did almost anything they wanted to in their first scrimmage against Kingsville King in I thought we played very said the I was expecting wed have some hiccups here and but there werent We ran well and we passed well and tack Chuck Caniford led This team exceeded my expectations quar terback Zach Rhodes tossed TD passes to Laramie Sammy Anderson and Levi Ben Becker caught a scoring pass from Greg and Anton Rice had a touchdown New Braunfels didnt suffer a turnover all Zach played real there were three touchdown passes from Caniford See Page 2B He aint hes my brother DAVID Canyon lineman Darren Billiot hoists teammate and linebacker Kirk Michalec during the Cougars annual photo day Saturday at Cougar team will play its first scrimmage against SA OConnor at Cougarfest at 7 and the Cougars will host LaVernia in the season opener Texans drop exhibition opener against Denver The Associated Press HOUSTON Todd Devoe broke free with a short pass from Matt then scam pered 92 yards late in the fourth quarter to provide the winning margin in the Den ver Broncos 2014 victory over the Houston Texans Sat urday who spent his rook ie year last year on the Balti more practice broke a tackle inside his own then CARDINALS LEAD COWBOYS At Arizona was leading Dallas 103 at halftime of their exhibition game Satur day A Cowboys camp report will appear in Tuesdays raced down the sideline for the touchdown with to go in the The score came after quar terback Bradlee Van who played more than half the improved his chances to secure a backup spot in Denver by leading the Bron cos to a pair of field goals by Jason Van who completed 10 of 17 passes for 107 took over early in the second quarter for Jake who played three series and tossed a 3yard TD pass to tight end Stephen Alexander that tied the game at The Broncos got a lift early when the Texans failed to score on their opening pos session despite a first down at the Denver Four straight running plays by Domanick Davis went even with 328 pound defensive end Robaire Smith making his debut as a blocking back in the short yardage See Page 2B riding the and it s time he returns to reality before its too late WILL WRIGHT Will Wright is the sports editor of the Td like to think that I have a pretty I good relationship with my We Aagree on most but when we dont and things get a little bit one of us backs off and we resume our dis cussion Like most of your bosses out there in the real my boss gets his way 100 percent of the But included in that percentage are more than a few instances he chose to see things my Its sort of a mutual respect and sometimes one party can take that to an in the fan tasy land of professional How long would the Terrell Owenses of the world last in the office place Not His ridiculous antics over the last that matter the entire off season again illustrate that anything can be had during 15 min utes of But I think hes riding the for hes fixing to get a taste of the real Lets Put yourself into his Youre in the second year of a million one your union urged you not to sign in the first in your first you brave permanent injury by playing in the Super where your selfless play earns you the respect of Thats where the Hollywood stuff ends and reality sports Your head swells to a size and you think your team cant do without You and your greedy agent begin planting liints about your dissatisfac tion with your Things like wondering how to feed the family on a paltry per Like you dont rank among the 10 highestpaid receivers in the You miss the but your teammates arent 01 they would never let us Your quarterback encourages you to have a change of heart and be part of the as we all theres really no in the spelling of Training camp You whine and moan all the way as you check in The red lights are are the main focus and love the The team brass comes to explain their stand for the umpteenth They aint You say you You suffer a groin and remove yourself from A few days teammate and wideout Todd Pinkston goes out for the season with a torn Achilles Almost the word leverage has seeped deep into your A few days you get into it with your who asks you to leave and cool off for a You say its his fault as you hit the TV cameras following you As the cameras roll and micophones you hold your own training camp in your driveway at doing those flexing that Next you get up and drive Where can he be the media won Its the and you say youre off to get a Now youre back in your Not the kind Owens but the ones you could barely You see tliis guy over and over on TV and the He really thinks he can hold his team Now reports vary on Owens status among the leagues top John Clayton at ESPN is saying Owens is actually the tliird liighestpaid receiver in The Associated Press pegs liim at His Drew Rosen says Owens isnt even in the top Bottom line is that NO wide receiver in the history of the game has ever won a Super Bowl by I think the best thing the Eagles can do is back up what team president Joe Banner said hed do Banner would welcome Owens provided he can be con tent with his current contract and not be a If he heads to the Owens has little wiggle Theres a reason why the players association didnt want him to sign Ms current deal it doesnt give him much of an escape out of situations like This is what will will be given his or And all the teams in the including want to have anything to do with In our if you sign a loan to get a new car that winds up a do you quit paving the bank If you dont agree with your do you go out on strike Thats how it works in the real And if you havent settled up and signed on by youre not going to much like the reality headed your
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