New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 16, 2005, Page 9

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung November 16, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas GOODSPORTS Two CFPO teams, the Senior division New Braunfels Ravens, left, and Junior division New Braunfels Ravens, right, will compete Sunday for third place in league championship games at Texas State’s Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos. The teams are among 46 in the CFPO League, which consists of about 1,200 players from five counties playing in the Pee Wee, Junior and Senior divisions. Ages 9-10 compete in the Junior division, with ages 11-12 in the Senior division. Players on both area teams spent long hours practicing and competing, while at the same time upholding the same high standards of performance in the classrooms of their schools. They, as well as their parents and coaches, will watch them with pride in their final games this season.Wednesday, November 16, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9A' <;rr p~§ qjsi    ’    •r; ■ MVtXs MVT*    ^    V1 & iixl ii « Photo submitted Members of the Senior Ravens are, bottom left, Austin Miller,Ty Henk, Reed Cleveland, Jacob Cantu, Alec Galdean, Brandon Lopez, Michael Green, Dillon McLean; middle, Daniel Ochoa, Scott Helm, Tanner Cook, Brandon Bauwens,Ty Chafin, Jake Bohan, Clay Eoff, Connor Shepard, Martin Gonzales; back, Clay Price, A.J. Rice, Josh Pettigrew, Markus Aion, Connor Wersterfer, Ryan Morrow, Izaak Villareal, Shawn Shaffer, Jeremy Gervais; top, coaches Mike Bohan, Jeff Chafin, Bryan Culp, Russell Helm. Not pictured are John Kyle Davila, Jake Harler, coach Jesse Galdean. SPORTS SHORTS GAME RESULTS Coaches are encouraged to submit results via fax (606-3413) or e-mail ([email protected]). Entries must be legible and indicate which grade or team is participating (e.g. 9th grade white; 7th grade B team). Results will appear as space allows. GOLF LANDA LEGENDS Nov. 3 results Team standings — 1. Pat Acheson, Jimmie Morales -16; 2. Claude Moss, Jim McNicholas -14; 3. (tie) Swede Kjelberg, Al Heinemeyer; KellyTuch, Jay Williamson; Vern Seiler, Ed Peters -13 Low net — Pat Acheson, Richard Henault (A); Dillon Cross (B); Ed Peters (C); Don Stevens (D) Closest to pin — Jan Gaddie (No. 7); Jimmie Morales (No. 9); Vern Seiler (No. 12), Ken Jacobs (No. 15) Nov. IO results Team standings — 1. Leon Heinze, Cliff Nelson, Ed Goffinett, Cliff Crouch +16; 2. Kelly Tuch, Oran Williams, Miuke Garza, Bill Shreve +13; 3. Leon Heinze, Chuck Godin, Vern Seiler, Jan Gaddie +6; 4. Pat Acheson, John Sawyer, Ken Harper, Larry Elsworth +4 Low net — Ken Jacobs (A); Earl Thomas (B); Ed Peters (C); Cliff Crouch (D) Closest to pin — Oran Williams (No. 7); Keith Mez (No. 9); Wayne Hadley (No. 12), Pat Acheson (No. 15) RUNNING RACE RESULTS AFOOT FOR FITNESS Top runners from the AFoot For Fitness Race held Oct. 29 (submitted by Scott Wood of the New Braunfels Running Club): FEMALE Overall winner — Vicki Ralph, 22:13 Masters winner— Susan Phillips, 27:44 AGE GROUP WINNERS I-10 — 1. Cameron Boedder, 32:05; 2. Julianna Quintamlle, 32:10 II-14 —1. Lauren Castillo, 50:21; 2. Amanda Ortiz, 51:00 15-19 — 1. Jessica Ralph, 23:46; 2. Kimberly Garcia, 42:00; 3. Kayla Parker; 42:01 25-29 — 1. Melissa Rusch, 22:50; 2. Jill Putegnat, 27:47; 3. Analicia Morales, 28:28 30-34 — 1. SonjaTice, 49:06; 2. Heather Bradberry, 49:13; 3. Romani-ta Barrera, 49:45 35-39 — 1. Evelyn Simmons, 32:52; 2. Sara Torres, 47:25 40-44 — 1. Susie Gonzales, 28:50; 2. Laura Goodwin, 33:06; 3. DianeTice, 49:13 45-49 - 1. Suzie Smith, 29:51; 2. Cheryl Eoff, 33:00; 3. Patsy Parker, 48:00 50-54 - 1. Kathryn Miller, 29:04; 2. Susan Patuszynski, 1:02:29; 3. Mary Robertson, 1:02:30 60-64 — 1. Rebecca Sierra, 50:19 65-69 — 1. Diane Pepin, 29:00, 2. Carol Rindahl, 46:25 MALE Overall winner — Efrain Velasqez, 15:52 Masters winner — Garland Bennet, 18:35 AGE GROUP WINNERS I-10 — 1. Henry Bocko, 27:38;Tim-oth Heinrich, 29:46 II-14 — 1. Paul Heinrich, 24:50; 2. Dane Golsch, 24:50 20-24 — 1. Ladis Aguilar, 22:24 25-29 — 1. Jimmy Wright, 23:36; 2. Les Haas, 47:50 30-34 — 1. Amando Pena, 24:54; 2. Wesley Murrell, 38:54 35-39 — 1. John Bocko, 27:38; 2. Clint Boedecker, 32:05 40-44 — 1. Paul Schaefer, 22:38; 2. Keith Simmons, 23:22; 3. David Campos, 23:22 45-49 — 1. Darrell Kurten, 19:33; 2. Pete Rivas, 22:50; 3. Buddy Albro, 29:47 50-54 - 1. Chris Gunter, 22:04; 2. Pat Fryer, 23:24; 3. Frank Kavanaugh, 25:28 55-59 — 1. Robert Rodriguez, 50:10 65-69 — 1. Ed Peters, 26:36; 2. Joe Tice, 49:13 70-74 - 1. Don Helmer, 38:21; 2. Paul Fraser, 49:45 KIDS Under Mile - Overall Female -Cassandra Flores; Overall Male — Henry Bocko 1 Mile — Overall Female — Abaly Lopez; Overall Male — Hunter Wood WURST 5 MILER Top runners from the Wurst 5 Mile Race held Nov. 5 (submitted by Scott Wood of the New Braunfels Running Club): MALE Overall winner — Keith Dowland, 26:56 Masters winner — Lane Mitchell, 29:43 AGE GROUP WINNERS I-10 — 1. Sean Medina, 44:14; 2. JR Guadardo, 48:37; 3. Shirt A Walter, 50:45 II-14 — 1. Joseph Niland, 32:08; 2. Matt Carl, 33:00; 3. Christian Carlson, 39:11 15-19 — 1. Joseph Ersinghaus, 30:17; 2. Ethan Barela, 33:46; 3. Justin Hamilton, 53:30 20-24 — 1. James Sinclair, 32:36; 2. Andrew Thompson, 37:21; 3. David Moreno, 37:47 25-29 - 1. Matthew Hall, 27:49; 2. CJ Czelusta, 29:55; 3. Matthew Karns, 30:25 30-34 - 1. Paul Frost, 29:21; 2. Chad Hendrickson; 3. Cole Adams, 33:45 35-39 - 1. Randall Wood, 29:58; 2. Erie Walker, 30:47; 3. Ulises Marrufo, 32:37 40-44 - 1. Shirl Walter, 30:49; 2. Steve Sprinkle, 31:16; 3. Garland Bennett, 31:54 45-49 - 1. Britt Van Dinz, 32:32; 2. Jim Faucets 33:13; 3. Scott Boyd, 33:27 50-54 — 1. Lany Smithers, 33:53; 2. Tom McGinley, 35:39; 3. Michael Moczygemba, 36:15 55-59 - 1. John Nance, 35:26; 2. James Piekarski, 35:41; 3. Antolin Garza, 36:22 60-64 - 1. Ed Wilder, 40:50; 2. Bob Otto, 44:20; 3. Chuck Frawley, 45:31 65-69 — 1. Roy Dwyer, 37:33; 2. Robert Foster, 38:56; 3. Gilbert Barrera, 43:21 70-74 —1. Frank Mckinnis, 49:21; 2. Edmond Corley, 53:29; 3. Ray Langill, 56:16 75-79 - 1. Al Becken, 44:05; 2. Jack Caldwell, 50:02; 3. Omer Allard, 53:34 80-99 - 1. Jim Southard, 1:03:58 FEMALE Overall winner — Ruth England, 34:15 Masters winner — Marlene Hall, 34:56 AGE GROUP WINNERS I-10 — 1. Makenzie Keyser, 1:16:48 II-14 — 1. Lindsay Robbins, 37:29; 2. Anna Menditto, 41:40; 3.Shea Robinette, 43:52 15-19 - 1. Leslie Hine, 35:18; 2. Jessica Ralph, 40:37; 3. Brittney Felt-mann, 41:47 20-24 — 1. Analise Thompson, 34:36; 2. Heather Lopez, 34:53; 3. Jeannette Cooper, 39:37 25-29 — 1. Loretta Maldonado, 35:47; 2. Nichole Mooney, 38:33; 3. Roberta Gonzalez, 39:12 30-34 - 1. Shelley Egli, 34:18; 2. Beth May, 34:21; 3. Jennifer Kilboum, 36:43 35-39 — 1. Jodee Gilmore, 37:20; 2. Margaret Burns, 38:35; 3. Diana Sim-monds, 38:36 40-44 — 1. Shelley Guajardo, 36:36; 2. Renee Pepin, 38:24; 3. Barbara Proffitt, 39:24 45-49 - 1. Vicki Ralph, 35:22; 2. Bernadette Beck, 37:44; 3. Zetta Young, 39:04 50-54 — 1. Dawn Robarts, 39:29; 2. Patti Sears, 40:06; 3. Julie Richmond, 40:37 55-59 — 1. Veronica Salinas, 40:07; 2. Sherry Heffner, 44:51; 3. Louise Brumfield, 49:19 60-64 - 1. Un Sim Cox, 42:34; 2. Mardale Wilson, 49:46; 3. Betty Humphris, 57:31 65-69 - 1. Rachel Snider, 54:08; 2. Margaret Berchelmann, 57:08; 3. Maggie Stahala, 57:26 70-74 — 1. Georgia Sweezea, 1:07:39; 2. Jane Hamlyn, 1:11:00; 3. Bert Nornberg, 1:17:45 WHEELCHAIR Overall male — Jon Blake Townsend, 54:10 Overall Female — Kristen Messer, 38:47 WALKER Male — 1. Gary Lambert, 41:27; 2. Jim Beck, 48:25; 3. Chris Martinez, 48:31 Female — 1.Tammy Phillips, 39:36; 2. IslandTolen, 42:27; 3. Pam May®*, 48:14 LEAGUES/EVENTS NB Bombers Players Needed The New Braunfels Bombers' 92 Royal under-14 fastpitch softball team needs two experienced players to join the team. Call Kerry Gaddis at (512)398-2434. Sts. Peter and Paul Basketball Registration Sts. Peter and Paul CYO has registration for its fall league under way. Children ages 4 and older can sign up for the league at Vivroux Sporting Goods. Call Bob Wilson at (830) 708-4061. Blue Santa Golf Classic The New Braunfels Police Department and the Central Texas Junior Golf Association are sponsoring the Blue Santa Golf Classic at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Bandit Golf Club. Entry fee is $30 and a toy for donation to the Blue Santa program. Call David Ogrin at 210-872-7109, or send e mail to [email protected] Entry forms are also Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema “I always knew smoking was bad for \ me... But it wasn’t until years later that I saw the toll it had taken on me...” / First it was the occasional shortness of breath. Then it became harder to walk up the stairs, and I was coughing all the time. Finally my wife convinced me to see a doctor. He said I have chronic bronchitis, a condition that affects many smokers, even people ho have already quit. You may qualify for a research study of two marketed medications for chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Participants must: • Be at least 40 years old • Experience symptoms of chronic bronchitis or emphysema • Be a current or past smoker Qualified participants will receive all study-related care at no charge and be compensated up to $1,000. Please Calli (830) 609-0900 Central Texas Health Research 705 Landa, Suite B New Braunfels, TX 78130 available at www.texasjuniorgolfer.com. Lady Rapids SoccerTryouts The Under-11 New Braunfels Lady Rapids select soccer team is seeking players born between Aug. 1, 1994 and July 31, 1995. Call Tiffany Pickens at (830) 237-6370. CLYSC Soccer Tournament The Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club (CLYSC) will host the Dam 3 vs. 3 soccer tournament for youth and adult teams on Dec. 17-18 at the Hidden Valley Sports Park, located on the South Access Road across from the Canyon Lake dam. Cost is $80 per team. Registration deadline is Dec. 3. Applications are available at www.clysc.org. NB Parks/Rec Fall Programs A number of youth athletic programs sponsored by New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are already under way. Call John Stewart at (830) 608-2164 for information on these and other NBPRD programs. NB Wrestling Club Recruiting The New BraunfelsWrestling Club is beginning its season for beginning, intermediate and advanced wrestlers. Practices are held onTues-day and Thursday evenings at our location on Hwy 306, next to the NBU Service Center. Dues are $50 per month. For information, call coach Paul Guenther at 830-627-7628. NB Basketball League Registration has begun at Vivroux Sporting Goods for the New Braunfels Basketball League's fall season and will last through Dec. 3. Cost is $65 per person. Call Sandra Shelton at 620-5945. NB Junior Basketball Needs Volunteers The New Braunfels Junior Basketball League is in need of volunteers to serve on the board for the upcoming season. Call Dea Moore at 627-2154. TSU Pitching Clinic Texas State pitching coach John Maley will host the 12th annual Holiday Pitching Clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17 at Sullivan Field on the University of the Incarnate Word campus in San Antonio. The time for ages 10-13 will be 11 a.rn.-2:30 p.m.; the high school clinic will run from 1-3:30 p.m. Fees are required. Call Maley at (210) 682-3120 or Pete Magre at (210) 355-6757. STEROIDS CONTINUED FROM Page 8A New baseball deal has some teeth again. Tile new deal could run for several years, until the expiration of the sport’s next collective bargaining agreement, which wont even be negotiated until next year. Representatives of owners and players were on Capitol I iii! for meetings T uesday with Davis, R-Va., and Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Ky. Cist week, Bunning and Sen. john McCain, R-Ariz., revised their proposed legislation to soften the penalties from two years for a first offense and a lif etime ban for a second. The new bill allis for a half-season ban for a first positive test, one season for a second and a lifetime penalty for a third and would apply to the major leagues, the NI L, NBA, NHL and baseball’s minor leagues. “This is what I had hoped for all along, for the two private parties to come to an agreement on their own with out Congress having to do it for them,” Bunning said, but he added that the deal is "not as tough as I would like.” “I and my colleagues will be watching very closely, and if things unravel, we still have tough legislation we can move through Congress,” he added. Though steroids are a problem in many sports, baseball has been the focal point of congressional interest. As recently as 2004, there was no suspension for a first offense under the sport’s steroid program. As recently as 2002, players weren’t tested for steroids at all, unless there was cause. Under the new deal, a first positive test for amphetamine's will lead to mandatory additional testing, a second offense will draw a 25-game suspension, and a third offense gets BO games. A player will lxi tested dining spring training physicals and at least once in the regular season, plus the possibility of random tests. The old agreement called for a minimum of one test from the start of spring training through the end of tile regular season. HCarnival. The Fun Ships. Carnival Conquest* is now sailing from TEXAS!!! Take a 7 day “Fun Ship”® cruise to Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Cozumel Call Today 7 day Cruise from $549* TRAVEL 133 Landa Street • New Braunfels (HIO) 029-2215 San Marcos (512) 353-3636 Seguin (830) 303-3003 Book online at www.ascottravel.com *Rates are in U.S. dollars per guest, double occupancy, capacity controlled and cruise only. Government fees/taxes are additional per guest. Restrictions apply. Ships' Registry. The Bahamas and Panama Photo submitted Members of the Junior Ravens are Jacob Rosas, Justin Lackie, Thaddius Coryell, Alex Mercado, Korey Aleman, Zachary Ramirez, Dustin Marbach, Joseph Rosales, GerritTerrazas, Nick Nolte,T.J. Dewatters, Avery Ayala, Shane Leathers, Wade Sewell, Kevin Ramos, Trevor Humphrey, Avery Gray, Drue Ewald, Ryan Smajstrla, Mario Ybarra,Tanner Mitchem, Draven Cruz, Brayden Patterson.The team is coached by Manuel Rosas. SAN ANTONIO 1911 N. Loop 1604 E. - (210) 494-5505 SAN ANTONIO 8203 State Hwy 151 - (210)509-4100 6% OFF Every Gun and aff other outdoor gear (Some exclusions may apply) ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: November 16, 2005

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