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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 25, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Golfer Marko SPORTS COMING SATURDAY NBatDelValle Unicorns need win to stay playoff January 2007 HERALDZEITUNO Page 5A To have your sports event publV contact Will Wrightat or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org) THE DAILY Lady Unicorn Soccer Classic Unicorns to take on Austin lake field conditions Time 6 Canyon boys host Lockhart Cougars basketballers look to avenge their only District 264A loss this Time Spurs host Memphis San Antonio caps a fourgame week with a game against the Time 7 5 WQAIAM1200 SIDELINES From wire reports STATE COWBOYS INTERVIEW GARRETT Miami Dolphins quarterbacks coach Jason a for mer Dallas interviewed Wednesday with the Cowboys for their vacant offensive coordina tor and head coaching Garrett spent the last two seasons coaching Miamis quarter He played for the Cowboys from appearing in 23 games nine starts and retired in The Cowboys on Wednesday sought per mission to interview San Diego defensive coordina tor Wade San Diego general manager Smith Phillip ssaid he hadnt heard from anybody including the WEST WINS NHL ALL STAR GAME IN DALLAS Colorados Joe the mosttenured AllStar making his 12th appear had four assists to lead the Western Conference to 129 victory Wednesday Well traveled Yanic Perreault of Columbus Rick Minnesotas Brian Rolston and Martin Havlet of Chicago each had two goals for the West Daniel one of three starters from Eastern Conferenceleading had a goal and four assists and was selected the NATIONAL NADAL FALLS AT AUSSIE OPEN Tenth seeded Fernando Gonzalez had 41 winners in a upset over the secondseeded Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open on earning him a semifinal spot along with topranked Roger Andy Roddick and Tommy who will be playing in the semifi nals of a Grand Slam tour nament for the first will get a day off to watch Thursdays semifinal between defending cham pion Federer and sixth seeded Gonzalez will face Tommy Haas on McGrady scores 37 as Rockets top 9085 SAN ANTONIO AP McGrady scored 37 points to lead the Houston Rockets to a 9085 victory over the San Anto nio Spurs on Wednesday Rafer Alston had 19 points and Juwan Howard added 11 as the Rockets snapped a three game losing Tim Duncan had a season high 37 points and 10 rebounds for the who had their threegame winning streak Manu Ginobili added 15 points and Tony Parker scored Houston built a 14point lead in the fourth quarter and led by double digits with about 3 minutes but San Antonio with Dun can leading the way pulled to within McGrady then made a 3point play with Tim under a Duncan minute Ginobili answered with a basket and then fouled who sank both his shots to give Houston a fivepoint cushion with less than 10 seconds Houstons 80 run toward the end of the first quarter kept them within five of the who took a 2116 lead into the The Spurs had a 3736 lead at Ihey were led by Dun who had 12 points includ ing a lastsecond basket in the second quarter to give San Antonio the McGrady led die Rockets with 13 at the The teams largely traded bas kets in the third and were tied six Duncan had 12 points in the McGrady also had includ ing three made free throws when he was fouled attempting a in the third as the Rockets took a 6158 Houston pushed its lead to 10 with to go in the fourth on Shane Battlers fourpoint He made a 3 from the cor ner as he was fouled then hit his shot from the The Spurs pulled within eight before McGrady scored seven straight points to put the Rock ets up 8168 with to Notes The NBA announced a new NBDL team will play in next Hidalgo is on the TexasMexico border about 250 miles south of San The Spurs next host Memphis on The Rockets will host The Spurs had won 17 straight home games against dating to April before their 9778 loss The Spurs beat the Rockets in Hous ton on The Rockets are 105 since Yao Ming broke a bone under his right knee in Weather threatens Soccer Classic By Kevin Washburn Staff Writer The recent rains have already affected one New Braunfels soccer tournament and could force changes to be made to The Lady Unicorns Soccer Classic is set to begin at 6 today with New Braun fels facing Austin Lake Travis at Unicorn but con tinued precipitation could leave the surface there and at Weston Soccer Fields too soggy to New Braunfels athletic director Chuck Can iford said bad field condi tions could force the Clas sics schedule to be altered or it could be moved to an alternate The weather also forced the cancellation of the final day of the Lady Unicorn Invi tational on 13 and New Braunfels was forced to trav el to Alamo Heights for what was supposed to be a home game on New Braunfels coach Al Dressen has pointed to the Classic as a barometer to see just how good his team is this season with good If and when the round robin tournament is it will feature some of the top teams in Region Includ ed in the fiveteam field are Cedar Park Vista Ridge ranked 4 in the region and Austin Lake Travis as well as the tenth ranked Rounding out the group are Brenham from Region III and Austin McCallum which defeated New Braunfels 1 0 in the area DAVID New Braunfels girls soccer coach Al Dressen addresses the Weather per the Unicorns will host Austin LakeTravis at 6 today in the first game of the Lady Unicorns Soccer round of last years Class 4A Seeing Vista Ridge might bring up some bad memories for area soccer as it knocked off Canyon 21 in the area round last Other than the Bren ham is the lone returner LADY UNICORNS SOCCER CLASSIC Tickets adult alltourna ment pass students adult day pass students adults per game students Note This is a tentative sched in case of inclement weather or soggy field contact the New Braunfels field house at TODAY At Unicorn Stadium Austin Lake Travis New 6 FRIDAY At Unicorn Stadium Austin McCallum 8i45 Cedar PatloVista Rklgrvsid McCallum New Brenham Vista SATURDAY At Weston Soccer Fields Lake Travis New Braunfels Vista Lake Travis noon Vista Ridge 1 Brenham New from the Classic last when Friendswood was the Alamo Heights finished second in 2006 and New Braunfels was Friendswood was 40 in the tournament and sealed its firstplace finish with a 10 shootout win over the Uni corns in the Classics final Free throws help Red Raiders edge sixthranked 7068 The Associated Press LUBBOCK Martin Zeno sank a free throw with sec onds remaining to lift Texas Tech over 6Texas 70 68 on Wednesday giving the Red Raiders their second straight win over a Top 10 Tech beat 5 Kansas 6964 The Aggies had a chance with seconds but Zeno stole the inbounds pass from Dominique Kirk to Joseph Jones and was He sank both free throws to seal the He finished 13of14 from the Tech Big 12 hit only one field goal in the final of the but hit on 13of18 free Zeno scored 22 points and John Plefka added 17 to lead Acie Law scored 26 points and Kirk had 12 to lead the Aggies 8 Kansas Baylor 56 WACO Brandon Rush scored 18 points and Kansas held Baylor to three points in COLLEGE BASKETBALL the first 11 minutes to cruise to an easy Julian Wright added 16 points for the Jay hawks Big Curtis Jerrells scored 12 to lead the Bears Bay which has lost three straight and was coming off a 40point defeat at got off to a horrible start on its home court with lof16 shooting as the Jayhawks built a 203 lead and led by 22 at Texas Nebraska 61 Justin Mason hit a tiebreaking 3 pointer with left and Kevin Durant had 26 points and 15 rebounds in Texas Big 12 victory over Nebraska had a chance to win after Ryan Anderson hit a short jumper to get the Cornhuskers within a point and Texas Augustin missed as the shot clock ran down with eight seconds But Jamel White missed a base File photo Texas Tech coach Bobby Knight talks with a pair of offi The Red Raiders defeated 6 Texas 7068 on line and the Longhoms Lewis HOUSTON Morris Almond scored 29 points and grabbed a teamhigh 10 rebounds to help lead Rice to a victory over TexasEl Almond was llof18 from the field and 5of6 from the free throw The Owls 41 Conference USA held UTEP 42 to one field goal in the final five DALLAS Ike Ofoegbu scored 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead SMU to a 5553 win Wednesday night SMU 14 Conference USA came from behind after trailing by as many as 13 points early in the second then held off a late Tulane 14 charge to Jon Killen added 12 points and a careerhigh seven rebounds for Devon Pearson had eight points and seven Houston UCF OT HOUSTONMarcus Malones 3pointer with 43 sec onds left in overtime gave the Houston Cougars the lead for good in a comefrombehind win over Robert McKiver scored a careerhigh 36 includ ing 27 in the second as Houston Conference a 22point deficit to WOMEN 13 Baylor 24 Texas 59 AUSTIN Bernice Mosby had 17 of her 23 points in the second half and 12 rebounds to help Baylor defeat Latara Darrett finished with 18 points and Jhasmin Player grabbed seven rebounds for Baylor Big Emeisha Bailey led Texas 14 33 with 16 and Tiffany who battled Mosby most of the fin ished with eight 21 Texas 25 Nebraska 65 COLLEGE STATION Morenike Atunrase scored 19 including two big free throws with 18 seconds and Texas beat Nebras AQuonesia Franklin led the Aggies with 21 points and Danielle Gant added La Tbya Micheaux led the team in rebounding with
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