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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A HERALDZEITUNG January 2007 Canyon track coach Glenn SPORT Getting even Canyon out to avenge loss to To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com THE DAILY TKMOEJ Lady Unicorn Soccer Classic NB to play Rrenham in second game of annual Time Canyon boys host Lockhart Cougars haskelhallers look to avenge their only District 264A loss this Time Spurs host Memphis Saw Antonio caps a fourgame week with a game against the Time 5WQAIAM 1200 Monzingo chosen to lead Canyon Lake athletics Pflugervifle ConnaUy coach hopes to start Monday LARRY AmericanStatesman Matt shown directing Pflugerville Connallys Cougars during a practice last was approved as the new campus athletic coordinator and head football coach for the forthcoming Canyon Lake High which opens its doors in By Will Wright Sports Editor CJonial school district offi cials really had only one final ist in mind for its athletic coordinators position at the new Canyon Lake High Malt Monzingo knows all about starting a program from which is the biggest reason why the Comal ISO school board selected him by a 60 vote as the schools inaugural campus coordinator arid head foot ball coach Thursday has been at Pflugerville Connally since 1996 and has led the Cougars program since its Connally is regarded as one of the Austin areas top ath letic with teams competing in the playoffs in nearly every Monzin go is now charged with dupli cating that feat at Canyon which opens its doors in Its going to be said who will begin work at Canyon Lake on Im looking forward ABOUT MATT MONZINGO Age 48 Education West Texas Family Wife Sharon son 23 daughter 21 Coaching record 9235 in 11 seasons at Connally 118 35 in 15 years overall Notable Monzingo coached Class A Memphis to the 1991 state football He began at Connally in 1996 and coached a JV schedule that season and the His program reached 4A varsity status in The Cougars reached the playoffs each season since winning four district championships and regional titles in 2004 114 and 2005 to the challenge of helping open the We had a blast doing it here at Con Ive never been afraid of accepting that and Im excited about The surroundings were one thing that drew Monzingo to this Another was his longstanding relationship Cavs best NB 10 in Classic opener By Will Wright Sports Editor The weather of the past week or so hasnt been kind to any soccer but its been a little but harder on those at New The boys and girls squads have hail to endure canceled and rescheduled games and abbreviated Its lough being the only kids in town without artificial While the boys have seemed to have adjusted to the ups and downs associated with the soggy conditions at Uni corn the girls team is younger and needs the It was evident on Thursday in a 1 0 shoolout loss to Lake Tiavis in i he opening game of the I Jnicnrn Classic tour I he I ady scored twice in the sitiotoul which saw InUnicorns miss on each of their shots against Inn Kgoalie Llliott Lon Niiihn did that great but it was a great NewBraun leK Al Dressen Ue in their goal seven 01 eight limes and they were in about the NB goalie umielle Parsons slopped all of their eight shots on We had opportunities to See Page 7A MIRANDA New Braunfels Loren battles LakeTravis Ashley Stowkowski for posses sion during regulation play in the Unicorns 10 Shootout loss to the Lady Cavs in the opening game of the Lady Unicorn Classic LADY UNICORNS SOCCER CLASSIC Tickets adult day pass students adults per game students THURSAY At Unicorn Stadium Austin Lake Travis New Braunfels 0 SO TODAY At Unicorn Stadium Austin McCallum Cedar Park Vista Ridge Lake McCallum New Brenham Vista REVISED JV SCHEDULE TODAY At JV field adjacent to Unicorn Stadium McCallum Dripping Bastrop Dripping Springs Austin Incarnate Word Noon Marble Falls Bowie Incarnate New Braunfels Marble Cowboys add but not as head coach yet i Ah the Dallas Cowboys added lason Garrett to their coaching stalT Thursday and said he would remain a candidate to replace remed head coach Bill the backup to Hall of Fame Iroy Aikman for two Supei Boul lilies in Dallas from 1993 uas jiiaiici backs coach in Miami the last two seasons his only coach ing iarivti also had been in line lo become the Dolphins offen sive cooidinaiur lor new head coach am The sibilities and title wont be determined in nil ihe I lead coaching search is com The most likely howev is that Garrett will become the offensive coordinator if hes not the head The nature and timing of this hire is unique in that we were dealing with a limited window of time in which to talk to Jason about returning to Dal Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in a The Dolphins gave Dallas permis sion to talk to the 40yearold but also told the former quarterback that he had to decide by Thursday if he was going to sign a contract exten That deadline passed with Gar rett still in Jason is someone who is held in high regard as a bright offensive mind throughout the Jones We are grateful to the Dolphins for grant ing the Cowboys permission to explore this Jason will now pro ceed further in our head coaching search as an inhouse San Diego defensive coordinator Wade the former head coach at Denver and Buffalo who also had interim stints in New Orleans and is scheduled to interview Fri day about the head coaching The Cowboys also plan to talk to San Francisco offensive coordinator a former head coach for Washington and and New Orleans defensive coordinator Gary Both are former Dallas assis It wasnt clear when those inter views would take but Turner is coaching the Senior Bowl on Satur Parcells retired Monday after going 3432 with two playoff losses in four seasons with the ending a 19season career that included two Super Bowl titles with the New York On Jones interviewed three of Parcells assistant coaches assistant head coach Tony See Page 7A with Canyon Lake principal Cheryl who wasa Pflugerville ISD administra tor before accepting her pres ent position last The area was one and Cheryl was the Monzingo She and I opened up Connally together under Mike TannehiJl and we had a good working relation 1 told her Id like to live in her area and work Of Monzingo will be charged with starting up a football Fie has a 9235 record in 11 seasons with the Monzingos last game coaching was a 147 loss to New Braunfels in the bidis trict round of the Class 4A Division I state A year after reaching UIL eligibility in Monzingos teams made the playoffs each Included in that sev enyear run was the Cougars trips to the Division II state quarterfinals in 2004 and the Division II state quarters in Canyon Lake will playa See Page 7A Swimmers ready for loop meets By Kevin Washburn Staff Writer r The Smithson New Braunfels and Canyon swim teams have been working since and each will enter their respective district meets with hopes of extending their seasons at least one more The Rangers will compete in the District 265A meet at Josh Davis Natatorium in the North East ISO Aquatic which begins with preliminaries at 6 today and finals at 3 The Unicorns and Cougars will vie in the Dis trict 264A which begins at Satur day at Burnets Galloway Hammond Recreation Cen The top six individuals and teams in each event will move on to the Region VII meets next The 5A meet will be held at NEISDs J6sh Davis Natatorium the 4A event will be at Palo Alto Smithson Valley coach Nick Stamper tempered his enthusiasm while cussing his teams chances to advance individuals to next weeks Region IV Before this swim ming had been just a club sport for the and Stamper knows it will be a tough task for a firstyear varsity program to compete with the likes of Reagan and other top 26i 5A X Its really a strong district Stamper Were a small so we have a little bit of a dig advantage because some of those good teams just have a ton of But I expect us to place well in some Stamper did not wantft single out a group of Rangers as his top swim but he did say his See Page 7A
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