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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A HERALDZEITUNG October 2005 SPORTS SHORTS GAME RESULTS Coaches are encouraged to submit results via fax 6063413 or email email@example.com). Entries must be and indicate which grade or team is participating 9th grade white 7th grade B Results will appear as space MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL 1MB 7th A 258 Leading players Allison Smajstrla Samantha Rich 9 NB 7th B 2510 Leading players Landre Nattinger Morgan McMillan 10 Lauren Cooper defense NB 8th A 2823 Leading player KristenWersterfer NB 8th B 2818 Leading player Paige Buck Canyon TV Pregame Party Canyon High School has been selected for a live broadcast before Fridays Marble Falls football game at Cougar WOAITV will broad cast the event during its 5 and 6 news shows and Kiolbassa Pro vision company will provide 200 sausage wraps and 200 units of a catfish dinner will be served from 57 nside the cafe Cost is Call Sherrl Flow ers at 830 6271583 or 830 660 NB Bombers Players Needed The New Braunfels Bombers 92 Royal under14 fastpitch Softball team needs two experienced players to join the Call Kerry Gaddis at Pater and Paul Basketball Registration Peter and Paul CYO has regis tration for its fall league under Children ages 4 and older can sign up for the league at Vivroux Sporting Call Bob Wilson at 830 708 Lady Rapids Soccer Tryouts The Under11 New Braunfels Lady Rapids select soccer team is seeking players born between 1994 and July CallTiffany Pickens at 830 Dallas Desperados Football Tryouts The Dallas Desperados Arena League football team is staging try outs at Texas Stadium in Irving After initial selected players will participate in elite drills designed to further gauge players for suitability to the Tryouts begin at 7 Preregistration is on the day of the Call JimTolbert at 972 Wurstfest Soccer Tournament The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association and Rapids Soccer Club is holding the 17th annual Wurstfest Soccer Tournament The affair will boast teams throughout the state competing in under9 through under14 age divisions in various Registration is open through with late registra tion available through Go to or call Janna Fink at 830 NB Basketball League Registration has begun at Vivroux Sporting Goods for the New Braun fels Basketball Leagues fall season and will last through Cost is per Call Sandra Shelton at NB Fall Programs A number of youth athletic pro grams sponsored by New Braun fels Parks and Recreation Depart ment are already under but a fall tennis camp at Prince Solms Park will Cost is for four lessons for ages Call John Stewart at 830 6082164 for information on these and other NBPRD GOODSPORTS Photo submitted The New Braunfels tennis team won the District 274A going unbeaten in wins over Marble Falls and Lake The team will compete in regionals this Photo submitted The an 18under select team affiliated with San Antonio Hack Shack has compiled a 16 11 record this members botttom Royce Chase Alex Randall Julio Barajas coach Jody Moore Casey Jonathan Cody Courtney Casey Ryan Chach David Solis and coach Rod which includes players from Canyon and Smithson participated in a showcase Saturday at Sam Houston State WOOD FLOORS CARPET WAS NOW CERAMIC TILE WAS NOW LAMINATE FLOORS WAS Ft NOW It THE FLOOR DEPOT CARPET CLOSEOUis 15125 IH35N 6210IH10W 9468100 7344300 1 YEAR NO PAYMENT NO INTEREST SEE STORE FOR DETAILS Open Daily 98 1Z5 VOLLEY CONTINUED FROM Page 7A SV finishes tied for second in 265A Jessica Martin finished with nine Jessie Hartman had 20 assists and Sarah Mercer had seven digs and three aces and Desi Baker added a block for the Roosevelt had led by Kaylyn Peak and Kyra with three kills but was as its warmup shirts a team still under construc In Tuesday nights the Rangers saw a reflection of their recent Comber t said Smithson Valley gained confidence by and the Rangers have been streaking even since the mid dle of 265A Not many people thought the Rangers could break through in such a tough dis trict that included state ranked Reagan and Smithson Valley did beating both teams in order to gain the We believed in the coach And I think were relaxed because weve gained that kind of confidence that comes with All we had to do is learn Tuesday was the final home game for the seniors libero Dana outside hitter Brittany defensive spe cialist middle blocker Jessica Martin and blocker Ali who was only in her third game back with die team this She landed wrong during a drill late in the spring and Custom Designs Blinds II K S T Q A I T LOWEST P R I C E S CUSTOM SHADES SHUTTERS 80 OFF 2 Wood Blinds 75 OFF Cellular Shades Vertical Blinds 35 OFF Custom Shutters 25 35 OFF All Drapery Fabrics FREE ESTIMATES Canyon TX 78133 Gary Nita Martin 35 Years in Business IJHIjOWffll BARN TH Rustic D6cor Barnwood Designs Unique Gifts Souvenirs Home Accents Windchimes Seeds Seasonal Decor HOME OF THE RUSTIC ANTIQUE BENCH Made with kilndried Rustic Values to Distressed Black or White SALE SALE TEXAS FLAB PLACEMATS Matching Coasters Just 990 each SALE Time to plant Texas Wildflower Seeds tore her Gombert said of I was veiy proud of her work because she came back ahead of which is tough to It means everything to her because shes a and like the rest of the team she worked hard in the Gombert said Hartmans return symbolized the teams This is a very close she They take care of each other and encourage each and they helped encourage her to get back in time for the Marion SA West Campus After entering the game in a threeway the Bulldogs won the 283A championship Tuesday with a victory over West Campus Tuesday Tracey Beicker had 15 36 digs and three aces for the who got 14 kills and 28 digs from Shannon Froboese and 12 three blocks and seven aces from Kelsey Becca Hay had 20 digs and two blocks and Ali Albrecht finished with 19 assists and three aces for LaShan da Jackson and Desiree Mar tinez each had 14 kills for West Campus We came out ready to and we have proved to every one that we can coach Stephanie Langenberg said of her which finished the regular season 1511 overall and 73 in Marion gets the firstplace bye and will await the area round of the 3A playoffs next Skip all he 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