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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas October 2005 HERALDZErruNo Page 7A SVHS cheerleader Bonnie PORTS COMING THURSDAY Cougarettes begin CanyonMedina Valley volley To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org DAILY Boys hit hardwoods Area basketball teams begin first day of Time afternoon Astros continue Series Houston hosts Chicago White Sox in Game 4 of World Time KGNBAM1420 Cougarettes begin playoffs Canyon faces Medina Valley in Class 4A bidistrict volleyball Time SIDELINES From wire reports LOCAL NBDRIPP1NG SPRINGS FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets to Fridays New BraunfelsDripping Springs football game will be sold at the high school offices from 8 today and Thursday and from 8 1 General admission rickets are for Seats at the gate will be for general admission and for stu MARBLE FALLSCANYON FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets to Fridays Marble FallsCanyon football game at Cougar Stadium will be sold at the front office at the high school from 8 today and Thursday and from 8 General admission adult tickets are for Tickets at the gate will be and MADISONSV FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets to Fridays San Antonio Madison Smithson Valley football game at Ranger Stadium will be sold between 8 4 today from 8 10 Thursday and from 811 Friday at the fieldhouse and from noon until the end of C lunch in the cafeteria both Reserved adult tickets are for general admis sion and for All seats at the gate will be cash NATIONAL SMOLTZ WINS CLEMENTE AWARD John Smoltz won the Roberto Clemente Award for excellence on the field and in the community The Atlanta Braves pitcher was given the award by baseball commissioner Bud Selig and Roberto Clemente before Game 3 of the World Series between the Chicago White Sox and Houston Smoltz called it the premier honor of his Each major league team nominates one player for the and the winner is selected by a committee that includes Selig and Vera Robertos Players are eligible to win only GIANTS MARA DIES AT 89 Wellington Mara of the New York one of the NFUs most influential owners for more than a half century and the last of the leagues founding genera died He was who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in died of can cer at his home in the team Maras influ ence went far beyond the He clearly was one of the most important fig ures in NFL He and brother owners of the biggest team in the biggest agreed to share tel evision revenue on a leaguewide That concept of revenue sharing allowed the NFL to thrive and remains in place Mara became a Giants ballboy at age 9 on 1925 after his bought the He stayed fully involved in its operation for almost 80 except for three years while he was in the Navy during World War Until he became ill last he attended most practices and every White Sox tied 5all as Series rests in Texas HOUSTON AP Jason Lanes twoout double in the eighth inning off Dustin Her manson pulled the Houston Astros into a 5all tie with the Chicago White Sox after 12 in Game 3 of the World Series at presstime Tuesday Chicagos Orlando Hernan dez pitched his way out of a basesloaded jam in the bot tom of the sending the game to extra After a big comeback against Roy the White Sox were four outs from going up 30 in the bestofseven Series before their bullpen squandered a onerun With two outs and none on in the Cliff Politte walked Morgan Ensberg and Chicago went to normally reli able lefty Neal But he walked Mike a left handed and manager Ozzie Guillen called in Her a curious A closer most of the Hermanson saved 34 games for the White he had not pitched at all in the post His previous outing was 30 in who homered lined a 12 pitch down the left field line to tie the score at Hermanson then struck out Brad ending the Brad Lidge stranded a run ner at second in the top of the ninth by fanning Aaron and Hernandez got in trouble in die bottom He issued a oneout walk to Chris who advanced to second on an errant pickoff attempt and stole third on the next But El Duque struck out rookie Willy Taveras with run ners at the corners after an intentional walk to Lance fanned cleanup bat ter Ensberg on a 22 It was the second time this postseason that Hernandez wriggled out of a He escaped a none HOUSTON ASTROS CHICAGO WHITE SOX TV FOX Radio KGNBAM 1420 22 Chicago Houston 3 Sunday Chicago Houston 6 Chisox lead series 20 Tuesday Chicago Houston 5 13th inning Today Chicago Garcia 148 at Houston Backe Thursday Chicago at if necessary Saturday Houston at if 30 Houston at if out jam in Boston to help the White Sox secure a firstround Pierzynslds tworun dou ble capped a fiverun rally against and the White Sox overcame a big early deficit to take a 54 Game 1 star Joe Crede began the comeback in the fifth with his second home run of the Tadahito Iguchi and Jer maine Dye each hit RBI singles before Pierzynskis twoout double rolled up Tals Hill in deep giving Chica go and pitcher Jon Garland the The Astros built a fourrun cushion for Oswalt behind Craig Berkman and but the NL champi onship series MVP couldnt hold He threw 46 pitches and faced 11 batters in the giv ing up six The five runs allowed were his most in a home game since opening day against Crede had a chance to become the first player in World Series history to hit two home runs in one but Oswalt plunked him with a 22 loading die That sparked some barking from both and plate umpire Jerry Layne told both sides to keep Juan who singled and scored flied out to end the fifth at With the World Series in Texas for the first the commissioners office ordered the roof open at Minute Maid Park on a 61degree night though the Astros would have preferred to keep it closed partly because it increases the noise the crowd was plenty loud early After dropping the first two games in the Astros got off to a great Biggio hit an RBI single and scored twice in the first three Berkman also had two including a runscoring single for his sixth RBI of the Ensberg added an RBI sin and Lanes homer leading off the fourth made it Smithson Valley completes dream Rangers to play WC for 265As 2nd playoff spot By Will Wright Sports Editor SMITHSON VALLEY It was Senior Night and Parents Night Tuesday at Ranger and Liana Gombert paid homage to her volley bailers by starting the sen iors in the first two games of a very short match against San Antonio The Rangers were relaxed as they closed the regular season with a very efficient 2511 In they barely Smithson Valley will find it tougher when it faces SA Churchill to decide the second and thirdplace posi tions in District Churchill which downed Lee Tuesday tied Smithson Valley 298 for second in the as both finished with 113 records and split games dur ing 265A The Chargers opted for the which will send the loser to the thirdplace spot against the 255A while the winner plays 25 5As thirdplace They wanted to play it so were Gombert said of the 6 contest at Alamo Convocation Center in San The girls are MANDY Smithson Valleys Ali Hartman 12 goes up to make a tip against SA Roosevelts Cavett McCrary 9 during the Rangers threegame win over the Rough Riders in the teams regularseason finaleTuesday at Ranger excited about it its going to sharpen our and any time we can get we need to Wherever were weve accomplished our goal of getting into the If we If we dont its It will help us work on areas that need so it will be better than a Fridays winner and loser will begin the bidistrict play offs Going into Tues days 255A San Marcos 102 had a while SA East Central 92 and SA Southwest 101 played each other in their final regular season The district winner draws the but the possibility of a threeway tie still Any and all ties must be resolved by going into the its common to wor ry about what your team is doing instead of who they might And the Rangers have been doing a lot right this After coming off an 1123 season and 311 record in there wasnt anywhere else to go but We were 011 going into our final three district match Gombert recalled of her first season as We had great momentum going into an awesome and the girls worked their tails They worked hard in the some of them played club but not all of But they all did what they needed to do to get A remarkable thing about the Rangers is that they rarely seem In Tuesday nights Roosevelt 11 113 never threatened because Smithson Valley never See Page 8A Spurs fall to 17 in preseason Nowitzki paces Mavericks The Associated Press SAN ANTONIO Austin Croshere scored 16 points and rookie Sarunas Jasikevicius added 14 as the Indiana Pac ers beat San Antonio 9786 Tuesday the Spurs sev enth loss in eight NBA exhi bition The Pacers led by as many as 21 points midway through the third quarter before defending champion San Antonio went on a 227 run to make it 7771 going into the The Spurs trailed 8477 with about six minutes remaining before Anthony Johnson hit a jumper for Indiana and Fred Jones followed with a 3point er to rebuild the Pacers lead to double Jermaine ONeal and Stephen Jackson each scored 12 points for Indiana Tim Duncan led San Anto nio with 29 21 in the first and 10 Rookie Fabricio Oberto scored 10 points for the Spurs on 5 for6 Duncan made his first five shots and accounted for 15 of San Antonios first 19 Indiana trailed 3327 after a tipin by Duncan with about nine minutes left in the but the Pacers then went on a 142 run led by three 3point ers by The Pacers made 11 of 15 shots in the second including all five 3point After Duncans tip San Antonio managed only three more field goals in the Mavericks Bucks 86 DALLAS Dirk Nowitzki had 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Dallas Mavericks to a 9486 victory over the Milwaukee Marquis Daniels added 20 points and Jason Terry had 16 for the Mavericks Michael Redd scored 22 points for the Bucks while Bobby Simmons Ford each added 14 Mavericks center DeSagana Diop contributed 10 four steals and four blocked shots before fouling out in the fourth The game was tied at 77 after three but Dallas opened the fourth quarter with a 131 Daniels capped the spurt with a short jumper with left that gave the Mavericks a 9078 Milwaukee missed its first 16 shots of the fourth quar After trailing by as many as 12 points in the first the Mavericks went on a 193 secondquarter run and were in front 5349 at The Bucks went without a field goal for of the second
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