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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas                                May HERALDZEITUNG Page 7A SPOUTS SHORTS NBLL CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF SCHEDULE MfufMy FWd 1 Chaltengw 6 Field 1 Minor FleW 2 Peewee 6 Field 2 Major 8 Field 3 Minor Softball Champi 6 Field 3 Major Softball Champi 8 Field 4 Junior 7 AREA EVENTS UB IWfOOOMII Scrimmage The New Braunfels football teams will host their annual BlueWhite scrimmages beginning at 6 on Friday at Unicorn The junior varsity and varsity teams wiH be fea Admission is Canyon football Spring Fling The Canyon football teams will have their annual Spring Ring scrim mages on Friday at Cougar Stadi The freshmen will go between and the junior varsity and varsity wiH begin at 6 Admis sion is The Central Texas Honeybees are looking for two one another and players 18under for a select soflball team that will com pete in area and outoftown tourna The Honeybees will have up to three fundraisers during the Call David Ayala at 5123762401 or Juan Hernandez at 51239201 Foresight Junior OoffUtguM The BucWwrn and Repub lic golf courses are forming summer leagues for high school Prac tices wffl be held once a and each player will have privileges at home courses throughout the sum Call 830995 5351 or American Legion Teams are forming to compete in American Legion baseball over the Senior Division is for players ages 19under Junior DMston tor 17 Entry fee is Registra tion deadline and coaches meeting is May Cad Jerome lltls at 210355 SmlttwonVMtoy physical screenings Physicals for Smithson Valley stu dents in grades 9 and 11 will be held Friday at the high High school students will go at middle schoolers will go at Cost is Call Thomas Petmecky at the fieWfiouse at NB football program ads Advertising orders for the New Braunfels football teams 2007 season program is being taken now through July Call athletic secretary Sheri Brubaker at 62761 SUMMER CAMPS FOOTBALL Canyon Canyon coach Les Davis is con ducting the Cougar Football Camp for grades 79 from 79 at Cougar Cost is if paid by May 31 after May 31 at the Call the athletic office at New Braunfels New Braunfels football coach Chuck Caniford will hold two Unicorn Football Camps at the fieWhouse Incoming grades 36 wW go from 810 with grades 79 for those planning to enter the NB program this fad attending from 10 Cost is per Registration forms available at the NB fiekfbouse and front Call the athletic office Smlfnaon Valley Smithson Valley football coach Lar ry Hill will have his annual Ranger Football instruction in Ranger football fundamentals for players in grades from July 2326 at the Cost is Camp includes video and welghtlifting Call the athletic office at 8304851069 or visit BASEBALL Canyon Canyon baseball coach Peter Garza is hosting the Cougar Baseball Camp for incoming grades 79 from 9 June 47 at Cougar Cost is Registration forms are available at the high school walkup registration is Call Garza at Texaa Lutheran University Texas Lutheran University base ball coach Bill Miller will have several fundamentals camps that wHI run from daily at Kattlsbe Ages 710 will attend June 48 and June 1115 ages 1012 attend June 1822 and ages 1215 will attend June Cost is which includes a nonrefundable reser vation fee due 10 days prior to the start of each Call 830372 8120 or email judyjohnson@tlu.edu. Coach CJs Camp Coach Baseball Camp for children ages 614 will be held at the New Braunfels Little Leagues 1 and 4 baseball fields from Noon June Cost is before May 31 Call Soto at BASKETBALL NoCanyon Summer Slam New Braunfels coach Chris Dial and Canyon coach Kenny Rotzler are hosting 19th annual River City Sum mer Slam boys camp from 9 Noon June Grades 57 wHI go at Canyons Cougar with grades 89 at Canyon Middle Cost is in advance at the Call Rotzler at 2212483 school or 620 6940 SmNhton Valley New Smtthson vafley coach Strauch is holding his first Ranger Basketball Camp from June 1114 at Ranger Grades 47 wHI go from 9 grades 89 will go from 14 Cost is Call the athletic office at 8308851069 or visit Smlinson Valley girls Smithson Valley girls basketball coach Jim Jost is sponsoring a sum mer camp for girts in incoming grades 79 June 48 at Ranger Grades 78 will go Fresh men will go from 14 Cost is Call Jost at 8308851074 8308855795 home or e mail to jim.jost@comalisd.org or vis it New BraunfWs boys New Braunfels boys basketball coach Chris Dial is holding a shooting camp for beys in grades 78 from 1 3 June 1821 at the NB Competi tion located next to the main Cost is Call Dial at 627 6241 or email to New Braunfels New Braunfels girls basketball coach Lance Hughey will hold the future Unicorn Instructional Camp for girls and boys entering grades 36 from 9 June 2528 at Uni com Cost is Call Hughey at 6276162 or Basketball Texas State University mens bas kefcal coach Doug Davatos is hosting several camps this summer at Stra han Ages 618 wHI meet in a day camp from 8 June 1821 An Elite an invi overnight camp tor grades 11 wi be held June 2223 or An camp for ages 1018 will be held June 24 Cost is for overnight and for Call coach Omar Lowery at 5122452984 or visit VOLLEYBALL SmHhaon Valley Smithson Valley coach Liana Gombert is sponsoring several Ranger Volleyball Camps in July and August at Ranger The first three will be held July 2326 The cost for incoming 7th grade 9 and 8th grade 14 students is before June after June For incoming grades 46 13 the cost is before June 15 Incoming freshmen will go from 1 4 1 Cost is before June 15 Call Gombert at 8308851102 school or visit Canyon Canyon volleyball coach Heather Sanders will hold two camps at the Cougar Den this The youth camp for incoming girls in grades 3 6 will be held June 1114 from 9 The camp for grades 78 9 will be held July 3 from 9 Cost for each camp is in advance at the Call Sanders at 2212482 or email to heather.sanders@comalisd.org. New Braunfels New Braunfels volleyball coach Phyllis Fowler will have three camps this all at Unicorn The first is for grades to be held from 9 June The second is for grades 78 from 68 July 2327 the third is for incom ing from 68 July 30 Cost for each camp is Call Fowler at ATHLETIC CONDITIONING Canyon coaches are holding a strength and conditioning program June 1 1 July 26 for stu dents in grades 912 who plan to participate in sports next school Two sessions are available from 8 10 or 68 Cost is per Call the athletic office at 221 New Braunfels The New Braunfels athletic department is hosting the Unicorn Training a agility and conditioning camp for NB ath letes June 4July 19 from 810 or 911 MondaysThursdays at the weight room and track at Unicorn Cost is Call the athletic office at 627 Canyon Lady Jags Canyon Middle School coaches are offering a fourday sports camp that teaches volleyball and basketball fundamentals for girls in grades 67 from June 47 at the school Cost is Deadline to register is Call SOFTBALL Smfthson Valley Smithson Valley coaches Wayne and Lisa Daigle are sponsoring the Ranger Softball Camp for girls ages 714 from 9 June 47 at Camp Cornels Bomber Cost is in advance at the Call the Dakjles at 8308995603 or vis it New Braunfels New Braunfels coach Tina Salazar will hold the Unicorn Softball Camp for girls in grades 39 from 9 Noon June 1822 at Unicorn Cost is for grades 36 for grades Call Salazar at 512787 SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Suns say they got worst of ruling I feel its terribly Sarver I feel weve been unjustly penalized for the fact that we played a hard game I feel if any team should have been penalized in this it should be the Spurs and it shouldnt be Asked if he thought it was a fair Jackson Its not a matter of its a matter of and this is the right decision at this point in Jackson said it was clear that Stoudemire and Diaw had violated the saying they were 20 to 25 feet from their Both players stood and made their way towards the altercation which occurred on the Jackson They did not remain in the bench The Suns coaches quickly pushed the two players back to the but the damage had been even though neither player reached the The suspensions deflate a Suns team that finished Game 4 with a 163 run to regain homecourt I think we had the momen tum Sarver and for Robert Horry to be reward ed like that to me is unbeliev I cant see the justice in but it is what it Well play hard and do the best we Sarver said that seeking a change in the rule would be at the top of his agenda for next The team that plays dirty should not be and the team that plays fair should not be he Sarver wasnt counting his severely depleted team When youve got Nash and Raja and Kurt Thomas and Leandro Barbosa on the you cant bet against them no matter what the odds but I just feel horrible about Sarver The guys played so well last They were so gritty and they hung tough and they beat the Spurs at their own They won the type of game we wouldnt have won two years It was a big step for ward for a big step forward for the team and the organiza Jackson brushed aside a suggestion that Tim Duncan violated the rule in the sec ond quarter when he rushed onto the court after Francisco Elson dunked and landed on the shoulders of the Suns James Both players got Jack son There was no alter and they ran down to the other end of the Jackson also wasnt buying Stoudemires contention he had a right to be at the scorers table because he was checking in to the Ive not seen a player report in quite that Jack son The suspensions are the lat est twist in an intriguing series thats featured several rough Nash has received the brunt of He missed a critical por tion of the final minute of Game 1 because of a bloody gash in his the result of a headon collision with Tony But Spurs coach Gregg Popovich didnt even think Horrys foul on Nash was that It was just an endofgame foul and Steve fell Popovich said before the penalties were I didnt think it was such a big After Game Stoudemire called the Spurs a dirty specifically mentioning Bruce Bowen and Manu In Game Bowen kneed Nash in the but the NBA decided no suspension was After he went back to the bench following Horrys Stoudemire chose to rub it He turned to the Spurs crowd and chanted Can I get a dirty now Stoudemire was I out of line ECONOMICAL AUTO REPAIR All work Check my Will beat any shop Call I unto Off SUteoftheArt Computer Diagnostic UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Have solid depth at receivers were getting closer to answer ing them every QUARTERBACK Senior Ryan Perez passed for yards and 21 touchdowns and rushed for yards and 10 more scores in 2006 accounting for percent of the Unicorns Backing him up will be junior Clayton McCabe and sophomore John but Caniford is looking for others to help shoulder the We had guys who could take over but a lot of them were banged up last Can iford But it was no secret that Ryan was going to have the bal in his hands quite a Weve got to find some ways not to put that kind of pressure on but were not going to restrict him when he can do the kinds of things he can But needless to we eel pretty conrfortabte about this posi tion right RUNNING BACK Perez is the top returning rush but Caniford needs to fill slots left by Joey Rory Grametbaur and Gabe Senior fullback Chris Council 8 56 yards 1 TO is the next lead ing Also back is senior tailback Patrick but jun ior Ryan Grametbaur 371156 witt move from tailback to mike Going for time at full back will be senior Zach Chap man who moves from nose guard and junior Tanner Brown doing the same at tailback is jun ior Justin Garcia and sophomores Jeremy Garcia and Daniel Mar Tanner Brown has done a good job moving over from knew what Chris Council can do and hes had a great except he hasnt practiced recently because hete had a nagging who was a pass rush specialist on has moved ewer and is getting in some work at has the best battles going on right with four who can If s the one position on offense thats still up in the Castilteja has the most experi but the other kids have had real good Gone is the receiver with the most along wMh Chris Allen 12184 and DustJn Kraft Returning are seniors Greg Laird 81462 and Travis Steel Caniford win shuffle those two into a mix of players rotating at andZback that includes seniors Spencer Jergins Tyler Guim 2581 and Lenard Agune Newcomers include senior Taylor and juniors Edward Josh John Travis Criss and John Weve got dose to 12 who can go in and ptayTCaniford gins wi go at strongside tight end but well split him out some this Chafin and Wuensch wi go at the other tight end spot Lenard is more of a true but hel be at the Y position quite a He move around from Y to Z to X in different Between Lenard and there are five guys who nave done it on Fri day The key for us was acting some depth around DEFENSE LINEMEN Senior Mteh Schuetz 60 tack les in 2006 is at right end senior Smith 4 moves from right end to nose Senior Erich Stremel and junior Zach Offing are vying to start at left Junior Corey Evans is second at nose with senior David Kupfer nagel and junior Jason PurtJe behind Smith at right ArVe were concerned about the Between Hobby Lobby and Beads in Court Yard Plaza yprfl For Details On Other Coupons 639 135 Nsw Wolnut Businw McDongkte fne going into the Mitch had quite a few tack playing on defense half the and Smith played a lot last who moved over from tight has realy had a nice One of the most impressive guys has been Pur who was at outside linebacker on the JV but has moved inside and has had a really nice We feel a lot better than we dd going into the because IwaslfthaKi by Robert Patton and Nick who were rocksolid LINEBACKERS Seniors Andrew Hooker 11 tackles in 2006 and Spencer Jer gins 59 wiH go at the sam and rover outside linebacker posi with Ryan Grametbaur at mike and Rhode Island transfer Tom Wort at the wi spots Also on the out side are sophomore John Bor junior Cassidy Sanderson and senior Wade Seniors Nick Granados 6 and Zach Tuck and junforTanner Brown wl go on the This group has had the best soring to this Caniford WeVe got five guys who are bat tling it out on the and inside weve got who is moving back to his more natural and who was action on the varsity late last Wort has realy esttfshed in the SECONDARY Seniors Travis Meyer 6 tack les and Jesse Sete 31 top the chart at the and seniors Greg Laird 6 and Chris Tana 13 are the Other comer backs include seniors Christian Myrick Stephen Penrose and Byron CXival and junior Jonathan Steel and juniors Jacob Tavemier and Joey Niland are also listed at Weve got a lot of experience are kids who got a tot of starts last Caniford Sets moves from safety to cor ner Laird and Steel also saw a tot of playing as did Tana and In altieres six guys with Friday night and tot of others who are battling for Cani ford SPECIALTEAMS Kicker is up for Laird is the top at least for but nothing is We had depth there with Ben Becker and Ryan but there are several Capjftti said the fet that also inductes sophomore Aaron Hay and seniors Hooker and Special teams are also an of who returned punts TO and kicks 9129 last Also able are Myrick Justin and even who returned one kick for six yards last only on punt that is Can eschewing the clanger of having his best offensive player laid bare for a possible openfield With the you have the option of being able to faircatch the Im not saying that ifs something well but its something were definitely going to look THE SPRING GAME The Unicorns wi mesh their varsity and junior varsity teams into two squads for the scrim which begins at 6 Fri day at Unicom There will be three with each offense competing against an evenrymatehed defense in a six quarter gamesetting We wi diwy up between the 2s and 3s in something that wi be more of a traditional said who last year imple mented a pointscoring scheme for the offensive and defensive We wi rotate the quarter who wipfeywiti a dterent team each want to have Ihe texfciry to give younger kids playing with the older which is why were dofog this al at is BM n u Sii K u lit MONIH Sotiyi FAM Director Licensed Audiologist audiology HEARING CENTER ORUUSHIM 8306430033 Ku M   

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