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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas February 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Page 7A Canyon soccer teams down Fredericksburg SV squads tie Judson By Will Wright Sports Editor The Canyon Cougarettes came back from their 11 tie against New Braunfels last Friday to post a 90 victory over Fredericksburg at Cougar Stadium on Brandie DeBacker and Stephani Castilleja scored three goals each and Ashley Nicole Lever mann and Sarah Rubio also scored for Canyon 921 overall 611 in District Amy Statler had three assists for the who were up 50 at We played well and did what we needed to do to win the Canyon coach Dustin Gold Fredericksburg fell to 091 overall and 081 in Canyon will play at Boerne at 7 KerrvilleTivy New Braunfels 0 KERRVILLE Unicorns coach Al Dressen cant remember being as frustrated as he was After that great effort we made against when we did so many things right against a really good we just didnt perform Dressen said of his teams loss to which scored the games only goal with 14 minutes remain Our trapping was horrendous and our attack and defense just was nt there It never got any better through the New which tied Canyon 11 on took an unexpected as the Unicorns fell to 851 overall and 431 in Tivy improved to 561 and 35 in league The Unicorns will play at unbeat en Dripping Springs at 8 on This game will be good for us if we learn from Dressen We need to get focused and stay and I dont think we were focused I know we can play Smithsoi Valley Converse Judson 0 CONVERSE The Rangers played up to their potential in the first half and Judson exceeded its potential in the second We dominated the first but just couldnt score in the second lamented Smithson Valley coach Jason The wind had a lot to do with but we couldnt finish any Smithson Valleys injury list got as Kelsie Asher and Tori Snavely were added to names that include leading scorer Amanda Mauk and Hunter Mauk AREA SOCCER has been out for two weeks and did nt play on The Rangers fell to 641 overall and 421 in District They remained in a tie for fourth with which is 921 Weve been The injuries have a little bit to do with Adkins Were trying different people at different and our depth isnt there right The Rangers will play at second place Churchill at 7 we can regroup the rest of the week and have a few good practices and then come pout with a tie or win over Churchill before beginning the second round of dis Adkins Weve been playing a lot on the road this is a fivegame road stretch which hasnt helped But hopefully we can make it through against Churchill and then and well be Were not out of it by any but the next two games are going to tell us whether were going to be in the thick of things or having to fight in the sec ond BOYS Smithson Valley Judson 2 SMITHSON In front of their home the Rangers 64 1 overall 331 in District 265A didnt play up to par against a team they should have easily Its almost like a playing a team with that kind of record to a Smithson Valley coach Russ Girard said of the tie to the Rockets We had opportuni but we didnt execute well when we had the ball in front of the They did a very good job of frus trating us by keeping everybody back and pushing forward only a few It was a very frustrating Alex Hergert scored on a penalty kick to tie the game at 1all in the 34th The Rockets scored in the 50th but John off an assist from Taylor tied it for Smithson Valley two minutes lat The Rangers will host leaguelead ing Churchill at It doesnt get any Girard Hopefully well make the most of the opportunity on Canyon Fredericksburg 0 FREDERICKSBURG Drew Schulle scored the lone goal off Dustin Karrers assist in the 46th minute and the Cougars 641 over all 521 in 274A made it stand up for the Stephen Schriewer got the shutout in goal for the Fredericks burg fell to 37 overall and 26 in district We had a lot of chances but had trouble Canyon coach Rob Rush Im glad we got the The Cougars will play at Boerne at 5 on New Braunfels KerrvffleTivyl The Unicorns had their chances especially in the second half but couldnt overcome the pesky Antlers at Unicorn Ryan Cooper scored on a penalty kick two minutes into the contest for New Braunfels 533 overall 4 22 in John Pratt answered in the 26th minute for the Antlers 54 New Braunfels outshot the Antlers 101 in the second The Uni corns had six corner kicks to Tivys I was real pleased with the kids New Braunfels coach Larry Schaffer For some reason we could not find the We need to stop making errors that are leading to goals by the other and on our we need to finish the chances were The Unicorns will host Dripping Springs at 7 The junior varsity teams will play at 4 and SOFTBAli CONTINUED FROM Page 6A S V hurler relies on defense Shes very The skys the limit for her if she keeps at She just enjoys Weve very fortunate to have Turk and Skin ner scored for a 30 Smithson Valley lead in the first off MacArthur starter Carly Schwarzlose retired the Brahmas in order in the bottom half and the Rangers left two on in each of the first three Turks catch of Jordan Fosters shot to left highlighted the which ended with the third of her six flyball putouts in the Smithson Valley finally caught fire again in the as Salazars bunt hitandrun plated and Skin ners double to left scored Hoore CONTINUED FROM Page 6A NB wins final game of season but the Buffaloes could not take Clemens pulled to within 5450 with seconds to but sank six of eight free throws down the stretch for the Clemens is a good basket ball Every time it looked like we were going to get a little bit of they were right back on Rotzler We just made some plays down the stretch when we needed We got some big buckets by break ing their We were very fortunate to pull this one New led the way for Canyon with 17 points and seven He was excel lent from the foul sink ing 11 of 12 free throws including hitting all eight attempts in a first half foul Hes got a great Rotzler said of News solid shooting from the Nor Megan Whistlers sin gle up the middle scored Skin ner for a 60 Rangers The Rangers added two more in the as Ali Mattice reached on an Arredon do the same on a bunt single and Turks infield single loaded the Salazars sin gle scored Mattice and Arredondo for an 80 advan Smelser 01 exited in favor of reliever Taylor Pare des in the when the Rangers batted scor ing six runs on six hits and an We talked about hitting the ball in the when it was and with the ropes MacArthur was it couldve been Daigle Turk made some great plays out there in But we have to get runners in its going to kill us if we cant as the season goes Smithson Valley will host the llth annual Ranger Round Robin beginning The Rangers will play Burbank at 3 and then Southwest at at Ranger Theres going to be some good teams Daigle We want to look better when its over than when it Stony Point is a very good Dripping Springs is one of the top programs in Class 4A and Burbank is ranked in the It will be This will be an opportunity for Smithson Valley to develop some pitching depth behind Schwarzlose as well as work on other This will be a refreshing breath away from Daigle was our first district and the tournament will give us some distance to see some other Canyon KerrvilleTivy2 KERRVILLE The Cougarettes got three home runs and slammed 14 hits to defeat the Lady Antlers in the seasonopener for both Aimee Veronica Perry and Christal Martinez had the home runs for the who scored five runs in the first and two in the second and led 72 through three Tayler Mosley 10 struck out only one but went all the way for the Stephanie Peace went 2 for 5 and scored a Mandy Ogle and Melanie Madero were each 2 for 4 Dee Dee Carter went 2 for 3 and Coro na was 2 for 4 with two runs batted in for I dont remember if weve ever hit three home runs in a joked Canyon coach Kevin I was a pretty good start for We hit the ball well and played good Its the first of seven games well play this week against teams that made the playoffs last Well find out pretty quick what were mally he steps up and knocks those free throws down and he did The teams combined for 25 fouls in a first half where both teams struggled to establish a Canyon connected on 15 of 20 while Clemens sank nine of The Cougars six freebie advantage was its advantage at the half at 27 The Cougars never trailed in the first two as Pena scored the games first The Buffaloes tied the game at sixand eight but Canyon ended the opening stanza with a 1311 who led Clemens with 17 scored the first bucket of the second quarter to tie the game at New answered with four free throws to give the Cougars a 1713 which it would not relinquish until the Buf faloes run in the third quar Gutierrez finished the game with 15 points for the while Jackson added Pena scored Schubert had five points and finished with seven and Zach Newlin finished with four Whether its Boerne or Bur bank in the Cougars second round playoff Rotzler knows the big wins over the regular seasons final week has prepare his team for the playoff Having to face Del Valle and Clemens here on the road thats a tough Rotzler Thats playing against two highquality bas ketball and to go into both of those gyms and get wins is a tremendous feather in the caps for our New Braunfels Lehman 60 The Unicorns sent their seniors out on a winning defeating the Lobos on senior night at Unicorn Tony Valadez led New Braunfels with 21 and Will Henry had 20 as the Unicorns finished in fourth place in 26 4A with an 86 New Braunfels 1318 over all 86 in 264A led by 15 with remaining in the game when coach Chris Dial decided to empty his Lehman quickly cut into the lead and made it PEACE CONTINUED FROM Page6A Anxious to attend serve country Peace Im anxious to see what will Its just a whole new and Im looking forward to see what playing college ball will be Peace also doesnt mind the fiveyear service commit ment to the Air Force follow ing completion of his educa I understand its going to be a challenge and its not for he But the rewards will be well worth Peaces running back Chase recently visited the Academy a yard rush er for the Cougars in had major surgery to repair a torn ACL after injuring his knee in the third game of the 2006 From what Ive heard he a onepossession but the Unicorns It was the final game as a Unicorn for 10 seniors Brett Travis Eli Jacob Tyler Jory Jordan Joe Tristan and Joseph Dial had nothing but praise for his seniors after the Its a great win for the sen iors they are all good Dial Its good to finish 86 in It gives us something to build on for next Churchill Smithson Valley 44 SAN ANTONIO Dominic Hamilton led the Rangers with 15 points and Melvin Echard added 10 in a seasonending This year was a struggle for Smithson Valley 115 in District but the team never quit even in the final Trailing big heading into the fourth quar the Rangers outscored Churchill which was still fighting for playoff 1913 in the final made Tivy 01 scored its lone runs in the third and finished the contest with eight hits and four Perry hit a solo homer in the Corona followed with a solo shot in the fifth and Martinez slammed a tworun dinger in the Canyon will play Cuero in the first game of the Cougarette Softball Classic at on New Braunfels Alamo Heights 0 Kirstin Wersterfur hit the Scoreboard with a leadoff home run in the top of the first and singled and scored again in the third for the thirdranked who were uncharacteristically weak on offense in the sea sonopener for both teams at Unicorn Pitcher Jacque Gregoire fanned 17 for New Braunfels which took advantage of one of four Mules 01 errors to score an insurance run in the We didnt hit well tonight were really going to have to improve on New Braunfels coach Tina Salazar Jacque went the whole seven innings and allowed only one But our really had a good She really stepped up Wersterfur singled in the third and went to second on Gregoires sacrifice She scored on Alyssa Edwards grounder to which was overthrown past first and allowed Wersterfur to Shes been looking good in the Salazar said of But I didnt expect her to hit the score The Unicorns will compete at the Georgetown tourna ment on They will play Killeen Shoemaker at 1 and follow against Rowlett at 4 SPURS was very impressed with the facilities and all of Peace I cant speak for but it would be great if he could come up there with me it would be a cool Peace returns for his third season with the Cougars baseball which official ly begins play next Monday at San Antonio Im really looking forward to he It should be a heck of a district and a lot of good CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Huge SA run buries host Nets The Nets were lost for the first 6plus minutes of the They missed their first 13 shots and didnt score until Carter hit a free throw on a defensive three seconds technical drawing a sarcastic cheer from the crowd at the Conti nental Airlines New Jersey didnt get its first basket until Hassan Adams hit a jumper with to go in the By the Spurs had a 21 point lead and New Jersey never got Mavericks Bucks 93 MILWAUKEE AP Dirk Nowitzki had 38 points and 11 rebounds and the Dallas Mavericks overcame a 16 point secondhalf deficit to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 9993 Tuesday night for their eighth straight The with the NBAs best record at outscored the Bucks 2811 in the fourth quarter as Mil waukee selfdestructed with six turnovers and failed to hit a field goal in the final Dallas took its first lead of the with to play on Nowitzkis layup after the Mavericks got a third chance after a pair of offensive Milwaukees Ruben Pat who finished with 20 tied it at 93 by hit ting the second of two free but who finished with eight drove and found Jason Terry for a 16foot jumper that put Dallas ahead 9593 with seconds With a chance to the Bucks missed yet another with Charlie Bell mis firing on an The Mavericks got the and Jerry Stackhouse hit two free Nowitzki added two free throws of his own for the final COLLEGE Texas Tech 6 Texas 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