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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A March 2007 COMING Sliding into home NB winds up tourney against HERALDZEITUNG To have your sports event publi contact Will Wright at or by email at email@example.com Canyon catcher Tyler Canyon track 12 at Navarro By Will Wright Sports Editor GERONIMO The Canyon Cougars track teams took first and second at the Navarro Panther Relays on The boys finished first out of eight finishing with a 221 total that led Antho ny Navarro 80 and Marion The Canyon girls 121 total finished sec ond to winner Marion Navarro 106 was AREA SPORTS Winning events for Canyons boys were Robert Clay in the long jump 20 and 200 meter dash Tyler Schuetz in the pole vault Jeff Bohlen in the 300 hurdles and 110 hurdles Robert Worley in the 800 and Eddie Valdez in the 3200 meters Brian Hidalgo tied the Canyon school record in the high jump The 800 and meter relay teams each finished Canyon girls garnering firstplace finishes were Brit tani I lackfeld in the shot put Katie Korioth in the triple jump Rachael Molderle in the 400 meters and the meter relay Canyon will next partici pate in Smithson Valleys Ranger Relays on NB girls golfers leading event SAN ANTONIO New Braunfels Ashley Patterson fired a 3under par 69 to share the first round lead at the South Side Spring Invita tional at the par72 Golf See Page 9A UIL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT At UTAustlns Frank Erwin Center Class SA Fridays semifinals Humble Kingwood San Antonio Madison 55 Duncanville Mesquite 36 Todays championship Humble Kingwood 392 Duncanville Class 4A Thursdays semifinals Beaumont Ozen FW Dunbar 56 Dallas South Oak Cliff Pflugerville Connally 44 Todays championship Beaumont Ozen 295 Dallas South Oak Cliff Class 3A Todays championship Sour Lake HardinJefferson 374 Abilene Wylie 10 Class 2A Fridays semifinals Shallowater Jarrell 42 Kountze Whitewright 77 championship Shallowater 303 Kountze 2 Class ADlvislon I Todays championship Martins Mill 353 Thorndale Class ADlvision II Fridays semifinals Nazareth Goodrich 47 Laneville Garden City 43 Todays championship Nazareth 186 Laneville DAILY SV softball In twlnblll Topranked Rangers host TulosoMidways Times 3 NB faces Boerne The Unicorns host the Greyhounds in the Varsity Baseball tourney Time 4 Cougars Unicorns Soccer teams complete town with boys atNB girls at Time 7 Reagan hangs on to win error fest Rattlers defeat Unicorns 139 in battle of areas best By Kevin Washburn StaffWriter The top two baseball teams in the area faced off at the New Braunfels Varsity Base ball but neither team brought its best game on New the areas topranked gave up nine runs in the first inning against San Antonio Reagan and ultimately fell 139 in a game where the teams com bined for 10 AREA BASEBALL As good a baseball team as Reagan if you give them nine thats the death penalty most But we came back and scored nine of our Unicorns coach Doug Edwards Other than that first we played a great baseball New Braunfels was plagued by pitching woes and error in the field in the Starting pitcher Kyle Richey 31 and errors in the Richey BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS NB VARSITY At Unicorn Field Day pass S4 adults students FRIDAY Uvalde Boerne 0 Pflugerville Boerne 2 Reagan Uvalde 0 Reagan New Braunfels 9 TODAY Pflugerville 10 Pflugerville 1 NB 4 GULF COAST INVITATIONAL At Angteton THURSDAY Canyon Galveston Ball 5 Dickinson Canyon 7 FRIDAY Canyon Angleton 2 TODAY Canyon 2 SOUTH SAN ROUND ROBIN AtTejeda Stadium FRIDAY Smithson Valley Harlandale 2 Smithson Valley Southwest 0 TODAY Smithson Valley committed three errors in the inning and six Any time you put five people on base theyre going to score some Edwards That definite m mt incinjy MIRANDA walked or hit four of the first ly got us ancl men tne errors New Braunfels Ryan Perez makes a catch in right field and winds to pick off a Reagan five and the Unicorns See Page 9A runner in the second inning of the Unicorns 139 loss to the Cougarettes bounce 51 Canyon boys tie Mules NB teams sweep Texans By Will Wright Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO Canyons Cougarettes were calm and efficient in their 51 dissec tion of the Alamo Heights Mules on Friday Ashley Weslervelt scored two goals and had an Brandie DeBacker had a goal and assist and Stephani Castilleja had a goal and two assists as the Cougarettes edged back into second place in District 274A with two games to AREA SOCCER Canyon 1332 overall 1022 in 27 4A has games remaining against New Braunfels at home on Tuesday and on the road against lastplace Clarisa Ramirez scored the final goal in the 66th minute for the Cougarettes in a match they controlled from start to They oulshot the Mules 163 and led in corner It was a great overall and a wellrounded Canyon coach Dustin Gold Everybody con tributed to Alamo Heights is a good If we play that well and wind up with that then it showed how well we played as a The Cougarettes are now a point ahead DAVID Canyons ZakTanner 16 prepares to kick the ball during the Cougars 00 See Page 9A tie against Alamo Heights on Friday night at Cougar NB softballers rip Lehman Canyon rebounds BIG 12 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS MEN At Oklahoma City TV KCWX Channel 2 or ESPN2 FRIDAY QUARTERFINALS Kansas Oklahoma 47 Kansas State Texas Tech 45 Oklahoma State Texas 56 Texas Baylor 69 TODAYS SEMIFINALS Kansas Kansas 1 Oklahoma SUNDAYS CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinal 2 WOMEN At Oklahoma City TODAYS CHAMPIONSHIP Iowa State 6 KState bests Tech in quarters The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY Kansas State players Lance Harris and Cartier Martin heard the rumblings that the Wildcats might not merit a berth in the NCAA Bobby Knight By Will Wright Sports Editor The New Braunfels softball team did nt need many hits on as only eight of them meshed with 14 walks for a 150 thrashing of Lady Lobos at Unicorn Pitcher Nikki Sanchez 31 was per fect in the 4 inning game as she struck out eight and didnt allow a hit or a New Braunfels 1643 overall 30 in District 264A began slowly against the varsity In the first it sent four batters to the plate and failed to score when Lehman turned a AREA SOFTBALL double play that was aided by a baserun ning But the Unicorns got one run in the second and unleashed 11 more in the We stalled being more patient at the swing at balls that we could New Braunfels coach Tina Salazar We ran smarter on the bases and played like the team that I know we Amanda Miller was 3 for 3 with three runs batted in and scored twice Andrea Hannasch had a tworun double and also scored and Amanda Ohlen busch was 2 for 2 with a tworun double and scored Kirstin Melanie Alyssa Edwards and Sanchez each scored twice for the who scored three more runs to end it in the Lehman 03 was blank across the board and had one New Braunfels had eight In the first inning we were swinging at balls in the dirt and swinging at balls over our Salazar We settled down and made better decisions all the See Page 9A to urn a and they deter mined to do every thing they could Fri day to make sure their team isnt left Harris finished with 20 points and Martin added 17 as the Wildcats polished their tournament credentials with a 6645 win over Texas Tech in the Big 12 Conference tour nament Kansas Slate 2210 advanced to play 2 Kansas in todays The Wild cats lost twice to heir instate rival this and Kansas has won 34 of the last 35 See Page 9A
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