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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon cheerleader Chelsea Riley roots for the SPORTS September 2005 HERALDZEITUNO Page 5A COMING FRIDAY Coogs seeking 301 Canyon out to remain unbeaten on HERALDZETTUNG To have your sports event pubQ contact Will Wright 3t or by email email@example.com THE DAILY ChurchlllSV clash Smithson Valley hosts ranked Chargers as District 265A volleyball play begins Time Matadors tangle with Unicorns Seguin faces New Braunfels in football clash at Unicorn Stadium Time Cowboys open season Dallas begins its 2005 NFL slate at AFC West champ San Diego Time FOX SIDELINES From wire reports LOCAL MCCALLUMCANYON FOOTBALLTICKETS Tickets to Fridays Canyon Austin McCallum football game at I louse Park in Austin will be sold today from 8 and Friday between at the front office at the high General admission adult tickets are for All seats will be the same prices at the SVTEMPLE FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets to Fridays Smithson Valley Temple football game at Temples Wildcat Stadium will be sold today and Friday from 811 at the fieldhouse and until the end of C lunch in the cafeteria at General admission adult tickets are for stu All seats at the gate will be cash SEGUINNB FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets to Fridays SeguinNew Braunfels football game at Unicorn Stadium will be sold at the high school offices from 8 today and from 8 Reserved adult tickets are for stu Reserved tickets at the gate will be for general ONE NB JV GAME TODAY New Braunfels and Seguin will play only one junior varsity football today at 5 in The freshman teams will play two games today at Unicorn with the B team compet ing at 5 and the A team following at 7 NATIONAL PIERCE ADVANCES TO OPEN SEMIS Mary Pierce advanced to her first Open semifinals Wednesday with a com manding win over friend and fellow Frenchwoman Amelie On Friday seeded will face Elena who defeated topranked Lindsay Davenport 76 Bobby a 22yearold who had never gone beyond the third round of the won his third straight fivesetter against a seeded beating Guillermo Coda 4 guarantee mat an American will play in the The allAmerican quarterfinal between Andre Agassi and James Blake began late Kingsbury finds new life in Denver REUTERS Former New Braunfels andTexasTech quarterback Kliff shown playing a 2003 preseason game with New has signed to play with By Will Wright Sports Editor The Denver Broncos on Tuesday filled the lone vacan cy on their practice squad by signing former New Braunfels and Texas Tech quar terback Kliff Kings bury to a Kings bury was Kingsbury waived by the New Orleans Saints 28 following a year on the teams practice The Denver teams Web site said the 210pounder played in two preseason games for the completing 10 of 21 passes for 139 yards and no touchdowns with one inter During the Saints preseason opener against Seattle he led an 8 73yard drive to a field goal during the second Denver team spokesman Eric Estes confirmed Kings bury was practicing with the team in Kingsbury could not be reached for Kingsbury is the fifth quar terback to join the Broncos practice The team had two quarterbacks there last year Bradlee Van Pelt and Matt Van Pelt is on the 53man roster as the second Mauck was waived Saturday and agreed to join the Tennessee Titans practice squad the Web site was selected by New England in the sixth round 201st overall in the 2003 NFL Draft and spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve with an arm He was placed on injured reserve by the Patriots in August 2003 and waived by the team in September He was signed by the Saints and spent last season on the prac tice At Texas Kingsbury was the third collegian to throw for over finishing with in his The 2002 Big 12 offen sive player of the year his sen ior he completed of career passes with 95 touchdowns and 40 intercep tions in 43 He set 39 records at including 13 Big 12 records and seven NCAA Kingsbury threw for yards and 34 touchdowns while attending New Braun fels from Unicorns look forward to home Caniford sees team despite 02 start By Will Wright Sports Editor New is coming The Unicorns dont yet have a win to show for their 2005 football but are aiming to please the home crowd Friday night against We might be but weve had a lot of hard work and are playing together more as a senior safe tyreceiver Levi Blakeman Were getting closer and New Braunfels is 02 for the first time since The Unicorns last started 03 in Head coach Chuck Caniford isnt as much concerned with all of mat as he is with establishing this teams We want to go out and win every game we we want to get mis thing Caniford We had a chance to win last but didnt follow through with Weve got to find a way to finish it out in the coming Weve got to get a little momentum going before we go into A week after losing by 28 points to nowthirdranked the Unicorns stepped it up offensively and defensively last week against Pflugerville They led 147 well into the third quarter against the who entered as a 28point favorite but left with a 1914 the Unicorns struggled to run the ball effectively 22 carries for 59 They didnt put the ball on the ground like they did against the Yel low but senior quarterback Zach Rhodes threw three intercep bringing his twogame total to Rhodes passed for more man 200 DAVID New Braunfels quarterback Zach Rhodes 12 has passed for 514 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 101 and another score in the Unicorns first two New Braunfels seeks the seasons first win Friday against yards for the second straight with Kurds Kostan snaring eight pass es for 160 Kostan has now caught 16 passes for 288 Zach is doing some things really but as he keeps adjusting more to what were Im sure hell keep getting said who points to Rhodes stats 39 of 64 for 514 yards and four TDs through the first two The rushing game will improve as the blocking does up though opponents blitzes have not granted New Braunfels much on the the coach If they hell keep going to the air with Kostan and backs Sammy Anderson and Jeremy the secondand thirdleading catch The defense last week gave up more than 400 yards but secured three We played all 48 minutes hard and got a little of that swarm mentality Caniford We ran to the football and created espe cially at some critical We played a lot We played hard enough to compensate for the mistakes we Safety Brooks the teams lead ing tackier Were learning from our See Page 6A Berkman homer as Astros sweep Phillies with 86 victory PHILADELPHIA AP Craig Biggio hit a threerun homer off Billy Wagner with two outs in the ninth and the Houston Astros beat the Philadelphia Phillies 86 Wednesday night to complete a three game which began the night with a onegame lead over Florida in the NL wildcard won their 12th straight over The freefalling Phillies fell 2 games behind with their fifth straight Lance Berkman Bobby Abreu hit a tying tworun homer in the eighth and pinchhitter Shane Victorino gave the Phillies a shortlived lead with an RBI his first major league hit in more than two Wagner 43 retired the first two batters in the before Jose Vizcaino reached on third baseman David Bells fielding Willy Taveras beat out an infield sin gle to and Biggio followed with a drive into the leftfield seats for his 20th Chad Quails 54 got the final two outs in the Brad Lidge fin ished for his 35th Lighthitting Mike Lamb hit a threerun homer and Lance Berk man hit a solo homer for The Phillies rallied in the eighth against Dan Pinchhitter Jason Michaels walked to start the After Chase Utley sent Taveras to the centerfield wall on a Abreu hit a drive deep into the Phillies bullpen in center field to tie it at Berkman walked to start the inning and went to third on Lanes Lamb then lined a 22 pitch into the rightfield seats for his eighth giving Houston a 53 Padilla allowed five runs and seven Wts in 5 1 one of his poor est outings since the AllStar Berkman gave the Astros a 10 lead in the second with his 18th homer and fifth in seven Houston cut it to 32 in the fourth on a fielders choice grounder by Adam Brandon making his first start since July 23 after being side lined with a strained left allowed three runs and three hits in four Twins Rangers 6 MINNEAPOLIS AP The Min nesota Twins came back from a five run deficit for the second straight This time they Minnesota took advantage of a throwing error by pitcher Doug Bro cail on a bunt to score two runs in the sixth inning and beat the Mike Redmond and Luis Rodriguez drove in two runs each for the who trailed 50 in the second inning See Page 6A
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