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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas February 2007 HERALDZEFTUNG Page 7A SIDELINES Hampton takes another step in comeback bid COMMGUP From wire reports STATf MAVSWIN13THINA ROWDirkNowitzkihad 23 points and 14 rebounds and Josh Howard bounced back from a sprained ankle suffered the night before to lead the Dallas Mavericks to their 13th straight victo 9165 over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tliesday Howard had 17 Jason Terry added 18 points and seven assists for which improved to a leaguebest The who never trailed in this are 11 0 on the second night of backtoback TECH DEFLATES NEW MEXICO Roger Kieschnick went 5for5 with four RBIs and scored five runs Tuesday as Texas Tech 104 came from behind to defeat New Mexico The Lobos 6 8 had an 82 lead at the end of five But Texas Tech scored thjree in the sixth and added three runs in the Kieschnick doubled in a nan and then scored on a tworun homer by Kyle BAYLOR SURVIVES UT ARUNGTOIMRaynor Campbell hit a tworun homer in the bottom of the 10th inning Tuesday night to give Baylor a 97 victory over Campbell went 3for5 with four RBIs and scored two runs in the Baylor 8 4 had a 50 lead before the Mavericks used a sixrun seventh inning to take the Ben Burum hit a two run homer and the Mavericks got two more runs off errors in the sev Burum gave Texas Arlington 48 a 76 lead in the top of the The Bears tied the game on a homer by Tim Aaron Miller walked and Campbell ended the game with his Nick Cassavechia 20 got the victory in relief as he got the final two outs in the COTTON BOWL TO MOVE TO ARLINGTON Hoping to get the Cotton Bowl back on college foot balls national the board that oversees the game voted Tuesday to move it to the new Dallas Cowboys stadium starting in Cotton Bowl Athletic Association Chairman Bruce Gadd declined to reveal details of the contract with the Cowboys but said it will last more than a Backers want to get the Cotton Bowl into the Bowl Championship Series mix and make it the future loca tion of a national champi onship The first game at the new venue in between Dallas and Fort will be on New Years NATIONAL VETS FAILTO MAKE BASEBALL HALL The Hall of Fame pitched another Ron Jim Marvin Miller and all the other candidates were left out Tuesday when the Veterans Committee admitted no new members for the third straight The blank slate could lead to changes before the next vote in Santo came the clos est to the required 75 per A ninetime the former Cubs third base man was picked on 57 of 82 ballots 70 a 283game winner and strongly backed by Hall member Mike drew 52 Gil who hit 370 home got 50 votes and threetime AL batting champion Tony Oliva had Players need ed 62 for The Associated Press Mike Hampton was back on the mound for the Atlanta throwing breaking balls for the first time this Taking another small step in his comeback from major elbow Hampton threw a handful of curves dur ing five minutes of batting practice He could definitely feel the resistance in his Im not where I need to Hampton said in Kissim It felt good then I threw some breaking I didnt feel as good later COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Patience finally pays for Canyon Bernie Gutierrez had 10 and New finished with Brian Hidalgo had three and Pena had Peles 16 led Lake which got seven from Jon six from Jahr and five from Travis The first half wasnt one of the sharpest by either team this The Cougars were whistled for traveling five times and turned the ball over eight Lake Travis was called for on six dif ferent players before the first quarter in the session as it did Seventeen months doctors cut into Hamptons left elbow and replaced a damaged ligament the dreaded Tommy John proce The recovery always takes at least a year even theres no guarantee that the elbow will feel like it did at least not right who was hope ful of being 100 percent when he got to spring now realizes that hes still in the midst of Theres going to be good days and bad he standing at his locker with a bulky ice pack strapped to his left I just know Ive got a long way to Ive still got some stuff to accomplish before I can get into a Thats just Miguel on the oth er looks ready to He homered in the third inning to help the Florida Marlins beat the University of Miami 127 in I want to be ready for the said award ed a million contract in arbitration this I dont want to start Jeremy Hermida and Joe Borchard also connected for the and top prospect Chris Volstad pitched 1 Canyons big came at the free throw The 69 percent shooters from the stripe this hit only seven of 14 before But they made up for it with a tenacious defense that helped create eight Lake Travis Pele had two 3pointers and scored eight of Lake Travis 12 firstquarter By Jackson and New were relatively scoring three each in the entire first The difference was Gutier He scored the Cougars first points on a steal and coasttocoast hoop and repeated the move early in the second tying it 12all with left in the He led the team with eight points in the They took us out of what we wanted to and we just didnt do such a good job of Rotzler And we missed free throw after free We were just wast ing When you keep missing the front ends of a youre los ing and when you do youre going to have a hard time The Cougars got a hoop and trey from Jackson mid way through the third to trail But Jahr hit a three and Hutton had a free throw and drive into the paint for two The 60 spurt gave the Cavs their largest lead of the game at 3224 with left in the Jackson hit scoreless Florida faces its first big league oppo nent today when it plays the World Series champion Louis There are three other games today between major league teams Detroit the New York Mets Colorado the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota At Kerry Wood threw 27 pitches in live batting practice for the Chicago Pitching coach Larry Roth schild said Wood will throw another session of live BP on Friday and then the team will determine when hell get into a Cactus League a jumper to cut it to six going into the Coach told us to keep being and the shots are going to fall Jackson going to get his looks and Im going to get We just basically kept Added New We were rushing it trying to take the quick Coach told us to keep passing it around and that wed get our In the fourth quarter we just hit The no came from who had ice water in his We were a little nervous I know I was in the begin Jackson But I calmed down and got aggres sive and it worked SOFTBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A SV improves to 30 in 265A be a runaway after a three run second in which Edwards and Miller each scored their second runs to give the Unicorns an 80 Steele tried to claw its way back into the game in the scoring a pair of runs to cut the lead to The Lady Knight plated three more runs in the fourth to pull within 8 with the final run coming after a Unicorns New Braunfels put the game away in the bottom half of the as Edwards and Miller each scored again for a 105 lead and Gregoire closed out the Despite being disappoint ed with her teams Salazar was confident her team would rectify die prob We hit she Defensively I think we made some mental errors that shouldnt be but were going to fix that in Cor pus this weekend at the Bayfront Bash The Unicorns will play Taft in the first game at the Bayfront Bash tournament at 11 Canyon Del ValleO Cougarettes started quickly and never let up in a game shortened to five innings because of a run Tayler Mosley went 3 for 3 with three runs and Jasmine Ramirez was 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBIs for which finished the game with 15 Melanie Madero pitched all five inning for the Cougarettes and allowed two hits and struck out The Cougarettes two runs each in the first and second innings for a 40 lead and scored five more in the third to take a 90 Canyon won the game in the fifth with four final The Cougarettes 85 will play four pool games at the Floresville Tournament on Thursday to determine when their bracket games will be played over the Canyon will play Devine at 8 Manor at 10 South San at 1 and San Antonio Southwest at 3 Smithson Valley Madison 1 SAN ANTONIO The sec ondranked Rangers had a hit parade at the North East ISO Softball Complex to erase Madison from a share of the District 265A Smithson Valley outhit the Mavericks Brittany Arredondo had a threerun triple in the fourth inning and Kaylen Skinner scored two runs for the Rangers in the Tori Schwarzlose who pitched all seven struck out seven Mavericks 21 and allowed three The Rangers will host Wag ner at 7 SOCCER CONTINUED FROM Page 6A NB splits against Lockhart 551 in district They now sit a halfgame behind Madison We really needed the game to help us battle for Adkins Weve got Madi son and Judson that were still fighting with for that fourth Weve got to take care of business at home at the end of the with three games backtoback at home against Judson and Weve got to come aWay with wins in those The Rangers will visit Wagn er at 7 Canyon TivyO At Cougar Ashley Westervelt had two goals and two assists and Brandie DeBacker had the hat trick three goals in a blowout for the Stephani Castilleja had a goal and an AH Weiswurm had two assists and Katie Chauret also had an assist for the Cougarettes 11 22 overall 812 in We played well and moved the ball Canyon coach Dustin Gold We really put a lot of pressure on their I thought we did a good job Tivy fell to 691 and Canyon will play at Drip ping Springs at 8 Lockhart New Braunfels 1 At Unicorn New Braunfels 972 overall got its lone goal in the 31st On a Emily Voges passed to Julissa whose goal gave the Unicorns a 1 0 Lockhart scored in the 71st We had good play from Voges and both teams played a good even New Braunfels coach Al Dressen Lockhart had some but in most cases we were able to shut it We had many opportuni ties to score when the ball was in front of the but could nt quite we need to do that if were going to The Unicorns will host Fredericksburg at 7 Fri BOYS Smithson Valley Madison 1 Rangers led 10 at halftime and scored twice in the sec ond Alex Hergerts goal in the 32nd minute gave the Rangers 753 overall 443 in 265A a 10 lead that held until the 59th when Mike Todaro scored on an assist by Mykael Madison 462 scored in the 75th The Rangers added another with two seconds as Pedro Martinez assisted on Chris Kitzels I thought we played better than we have been The last four games we tied three and lost and we hadnt played up to our poten Smithson Valley coach Russ Girard We had chances at goals and got The Rangers will host Wag ner at Kerrville Tivy Canyon 0 Cougars lost a tough one on the though they remained in third place in Tivy 752 642 in 264A scored the games lone goal in the 54th Tivy outplayed us said Canyon coach Rob whose team fell to 761 over all and 641 It looked like they wanted to win a lot more than we There were not a lot of high lights from us We just didnt generate any Canyon will host Dripping Springs at 7 They are probably the best team in the Rush It will be a tough game for we can regroup and come back ready to New Braunfels Lockhart 2 Braun fels coach Larry Schaffer was looking for his team to get more offensiveminded in a nondistrict game against and his Unicorns did just Jordan Rowe scored a pair of goals for New Braunfels 7 which also got a goal each from Rene Dominguez and Irvin Rowe got the scoring start ed when Casey Charlton fed him for a score in the fifth Rowe added another this time from a Matt Abrahamsen in the 37th minute for a 20 lead that held through Lockhart 473 cut its deficit in half with a goal in the 50th but the Uni corns answered quickly as Dominguez took a James Voges pass in for a score and a 31 The New Braunfels advantage reached 41 when Luna scored in the 65th minute on an assist from Lockhart found the back of the net in the 67th minute off a corner kick to end the scor Our goal was to get more offense in this Schaffer We took 15 shots in the first half and had five corner We slowed down a lit tle bit in the second half but still scored two more Offensively I was Defensively we were The Unicorns will visit Fred ericksburg at 7 Thursday at Corpus Christi Bayfront Bash Canyon at Ftoresvflte Tournament BaseballNB at Uvalde Tournament Canyon hosting Cougar Classic SV at Boeme Tournament Friday boys at 7 Dripping Springs at Canyon 7 Wagner at SV pm Fredericksburg at NB 7 pm Canyon girls at Dripping 8 pm SV girts at 7 at Corpus Christi Bayfront Bash Alamo Heights at 7 pm Wagner at 7 pm Baseball at UvaWe Tournament Canyon hosting Cougar Classic SV at Boeme Tournament GolfNB girls at Brackenridge Canyon at NB Invitational Saturday SoftballNB at Corpus Christi Bayfront Bash Canyon at RoresvUte Tournament BaaebaHNBatUvalde Tournament Canyon hosting Cougar Classic SV at Boeme Tournament girts at Brackenridge Canyon at NB Invitational at Lockhart LJon Relays Canyon at Texas State Invitational Match 5 boys at QuaH Creek March 6 at NB 7 Canyon boys at 7 Lee at SV NB girls at 7 Bandera at Canyon 7 SV girts at 7 at 7 Hays at 7 SV at 7 at Cornerstone 4 Canyon at Kerrville 7 SV at March 8 hosting Unicom Tournament Canyon at Gulf Coast Invitational Tournament SV at South San Tournament at Sonterra Invitational at Navarro Panther Relays March 9 boys at 6 Alamo Heights at Canyon 7 Wimbertey at NB 7 Canyon girts at Alamo 7 at 7 Canyon at 7 BaseballNB hcsting Unicom Tournament Canyon at Gulf Coast Invitational Tournament SV at South San Tournament at Dominion Tournament NB at Sonterra Invitational March 10 SoftbaH TutoscMkJway at SV Baseball NB hosting Unicom Tournament Canyon at Gulf Coast Invitational Tournament SV at South San Tournament at Dominion Tournament NB at Sonterra Invitational girts at Brackenridge Canyon at Uvakte Invitational at Judson Relays March 13 at NB 7 SV boys at 7 NB girts at 7 Reagan at SV SoftbaHNB at Steele at 7 Reagan at at Steele at 7 pm Wagner at March IS SV at Ranger Relays March 16 boys at 7 Fredericksburg at Canyon 7 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