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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas                                January 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Page 7A COMING UP Thursday Soccer Canyon boys at Ranger Soccer Classic NB girls host Unicorn Invitational Friday Basketball NB boys at Del Valle at Canyon Churchill at SV 8 Steele at NB Canyon girls at Del Churchill at SV Soccer Canyon boys at Ranger Soccer Classic NB girls host Unicorn Invitational Golf NB boys at Spring Branch Saturday Swimming Canyon at Alamo Palo Alto Soccer Canyon boys at Ranger Soccer Classic NB girls host Unicorn Invitational Golf NB boys at Spring Branch Tuesday Basketball Lockhart at NB Canyon boys at MacArthur at SV NB girls at Hays at Canyon MacArthur at SV 6 Soccer NB boys at Dripping 8 Boerne at 7 Clark at SV 7 Dripping Springs at NB 7 Canyon girls at 7 Clark at SV 5 19 Basketball NB boys at Clemens at Canyon SV boys at Lehman at NB Canyon girls at SV girls at 6 Soccer Bandera at NB 7 Canyon boys at 6 SV boys at 7 NB girls at 7 Wimberley at Canyon 7 MacArthur at SV 20 Swimming Canyon at AAHSSL City NEISD Davis or San Antonio Natatorium SPORTS SHORTS Yes I Can hoop shooting clinic The Yes I Can basketball shooting clinic will come to New Braunfels for a oneday exhibit on Boys in grades 912 are encouraged to participate in the conducted by Tom Hughes and sponsored by the Warriors Basketball The camp will be held at New Braunfels Unicorn Gym and will be held from The cost AREA CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Canyon has no problem with NB for the but they werent really a factor They actually trailed Canyon 1110 in turnovers by and they finished with 19 turnovers to Canyons But Canyon did a better job of converting the Unicorns mis cues into and three of them contributed to the Cougarettes 134 lead after the first Canyon 168 overall 42 in expanded that lead to 206 early in the A trey by Cheryl Nixon was answered by one from New Braunfels Taylor Rust to close out the first half Feisty little Claire Guberna tor hit a three to give Canyon a 3015 lead early in the Bianca Harper provided the only scoring that quarter for the with three bas but Brittany Hackfeld hit two the last one off a to give Canyon its 18point margin going into the final New Braunfels 15 bested the Cougarettes 106 in the final six get ting baskets by Calynn Zientek and Kayleigh three of four free throws by Harper and another free toss by Chelsea but couldnt includes Call Marco Duran at NBGSA spring registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association NBGSA Is registering players for Spring Ball through 11 at Sundance Print and located near the theater in the Mar ketplace Shopping Open registration will be held 27 from 9 at the Landa Park Recreation Cost is for players in Tball for those in coach pitch 8u get much Harper finished with 13 points and six and Jamie Carberry had four points and led the Unicorns with eight Rust had five points and Zephani Ben itez also finished with two for New Hackfeld had seven points and once again led Canyon with 12 rebounds she had 17 in last Fridays win over Mariad Cocke played tough defense and fin ished with eight points before she fouled out with left to Joan straddled with two fouls early had five points for which got three each from Gubernator and Nixon and two from Amanda Hughey said the Unicorns need to get tougher inside and not be frustrated when Weve got to make shots around the basket and be able to come back from a Hughey New Braunfels hosts Steele at on Weve got the second half of plus one and weve got to make some Hughey We need to win some ball and it starts with rebounding the ball taking better care of the ball and shooting the ball And its also keeping our heads up when things go Canyon will play at second ranked DelValle at The Cardinals went arid 12u and 14u leagues before After a fee will be No late registra tions will be accepted after Those with questions should leave a message on the league line at NBYSA spring registration The New Braunfels Youth Soc cer Association NBYSA is reg istering players for the spring season through Boys and girls ages 418 can register at the Landa Park Rec Center into Tuesdays play 242 over all and 50 against the Steele and Hays both 41 were tied for while Canyon and Clemens were a game behind in A win by Canyon would not only end the first half of district play on a high but would also go a long way towards ensuring its return to the play Were going to work hard the next several days and go see if we can match up with Tennell said of the Car Well do what we GIRLS Judson Smithson Valley 40 CONVERSE Megan Turk and Page Piatnik each scored 11 points for the Rangers 716 overall 18 in District who couldnt overcome the tough Rockets 63 in the fourth Judson outscored Smithson Valley 208 in the final We were only down 3332 at the end of the third but it got away from us in the Smithson Valley coach Jim Jost We had a few but not as many as weve been but what really hurt us was our shoot We were only 26 percent from the field 13 of and thats what did us Mallory Meyers and Michelle Reich each scored seven for Smithson which got two each from Lydia Werchan andTabitha from 10 Saturday and from 48 Cost is Please bring birth certifi Mailin registration forms are available at the New Braun fels Childrens Call Texas State softball clinic Texas State softball coach Ric ci Woodard is hosting the Bob cats second annual clinic for girls ages 418 from 20 at Camp The cost includes The Rangers will host Churchill at BOYS Judson Smithson Valley 47 CONVERSE Dominic Hamilton scored 21 points and Melvin Echard and Tay lor ONeal scored eight each for the Rangers who made a game of They trailed 2517 at half time and came within four points in the third The effort against a strong team pleased coach Allan We could have easily cratered in the second but Blue and Dominic Hamilton had big buckets and our defense created some Miller Smithson Valley had chances to take the lead late in the Both Taylor and Ryan Teel attempted 3pointers for us to take the lead late in the however both of their shots rimmed Miller Teel had a chance to tie the game on a jump but the ball went half way down then came Judson improved to 187 overall and 43 in league It was a tremendous effort once again by the Rangers for 32 Miller We are so close to getting over the hump all of the hard work is going to pay Smithson Valley hosts 265A leader Churchill at 8 Fri Preregister by leaving informa tion with the New Braunfels Girls Softball Association at 6290690 or email to NBLL spring registration The New Braunfels Little League is holding registration for various baseball and softball leagues from 68 Thursday and Tuesday at Seele Elemen tary School and from 35 at the NBLL Complex on Loop No other information is avail FINAL TOP 28 pHiife atod final DMA nnai Km pores OHBQO points tor d first one point fora previous ranking Florida 64 Ohio Southern 1 Louisville Wisconsin Michigan Auburn 112 i I 6 130 12f 121 11ar 112 West Virginia 112 Oklahoma Rutgers Georgia 94 181 17 Others receiving votes Hawaii Nebraska Maryland South Florida Tmu AftM Georgia Tech Kentucky San Jose i COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Pagei 6A Defeats NB for ninth straight time 3point play by Tony Valadez cut the Unicorns deficit to But Canyon guard Brandon Schubert had steals on New Braunfels next two possessions as the defense HALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Possible steroids use dogs McGwire his final time on the bal Jim Rice was fourth with his percentage dropping to from last He was fol lowed by Andre Dawson Bert Blyleven Lee Smith 217 and Jack Morris McGwire was followed by Tommy John 125 and Steve Garvey who was in his final year of McGwires dismal showing raises doubts about whether he will ever get ers can appear on the BBWAA ballot for 15 years and whether the shadow of steroids will cost Barry Sammy Sosa and Rafael Palmeiro places in McGwire finished with 583 home seventh on the career and hit 70 homers in 1998 to set the season a mark Bonds broke three years Gwynn was surprised McGwire received such a low I hope that as time goes that number will Gwynn 1 hope that one day he will get into the Hall of because I really believe he deserves While Ripken said Gossage and Rice belong in the he wouldnt give his opinion on I dont think its my place to actually cast he Jose on the ballot for the first received six well below the 5 per cent threshold needed to stay sparked the Cougars during a 125 run that closed out the They made a run and we had to Rotzler We stepped it up on the defensive end and got some deflections and created a little They did a good job of penetrating and dishing to Henry for a couple good and I think we did a better job of keeping Tony on future In his book two years Canseco accused McGwire and others of using The books publication was quickly fol lowed by a congressional hearing on steroids during which McGwire evaded ques saying Im not here to talk about the who compiled hits and a batting average during his 20year career with the San Diego said he was fidgety Therapeutic Massage Lindsey Roan 8304819977 Now at Cuttin Up Hair Salon from getting mat penetration after Canyon as if it might have an easy go of it starting the game with a 70 New Braunfels respond ed by outscoring the Cougars 106 and trailed 1310 after the first Canyon stretched out its lead in the second New and Jay Pena scored four each in an 83 run to start die quarter for a 2113 lead and the Cougars went into the break leading The teams battled to a vir tual stalemate in the third with New Braunfels pulling to within 4232 head ing into the Valadez and Henry led the Unicorns with 19 points Jacob Lain added four and Brett Finley and Spencer Jer gins had two Battling foul trouble most of the Canyons Isaiah Jackson still managed to score 14 Pena added Schubert had Bernie Gutierrez had five and Brian Hidalgo added With his team toiling near the bottom of the 264A Dial was obviously disappointed with the he did stress the Unicorns still have a chance to make a run toward the The nice thing is were on the downhill side he Clemens and Del Valle are the teams that youve got to steal one and unfortunately we didnt do that the first time well do that the second time around and just beat the other people we need to and nervous before he received the call from Jack the BBWAA secre I broke down right he My wife came over and put an arm around Ripken played in a major leaguerecord consec utive games to break Lou up to play every single Gehrigs ironman mark of and set a new standard for shortstops with 431 home runs and Im very proud of what the streak Not that you were able to play in all those but that you showed Ripken said last HELPING NEW BRAUNFELS HEAR LIFE AGAIN audiology HEARING CENTER Call Today For A Hearing Test Free Consultation Soriya IAAA Owner Licensed Audiolugist 8306430033 1528 COMMON STREET NEW TEXAS DO YOl SI MIR I ROM CEDAR I 111 lo iK ll a lthll sliuh of an V 830 6090900 Ciiilral Texas 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