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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Ititsday, June 12/2007 —Herald-Zeitung —Page 7 THE DAILY Tl-C K ET Rainout make-up Astros play Cubs at Wrigley in make-up game from April 11 rain out. Time: 7p.m. (PSN: KGN B-AM 1420) SAN ANTONIO SPURS VS. CLEVELAND CAVS All games on ABC; WOAI-AM 1200 Thursday: Spurs 85, Cavs 76 Sunday: Spurs 103, Cavs 92 (SA leads series 2-0) Today: San Antonio at Cleveland, 8 p.m. Thursday: San Antonio at Cleveland, 8 p.m. Sunday: San Antonio at Cleveland, 8 p.m., if necessary Tuesday, June 19: Cleveland at San Antonio, 8 p.m., if necessary Thursday, June 21: Cleveland at San Antonio, 8 p.m., if necessary Up 2-0, Spurs remember ’05 Finals SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The San Antonio Spurs are hallway to a fourth NBA title. In their two victories over the Cleveland Cavaliers, they’ve looked dominant and composed. They haven’t, however, forgotten 2005. That’s when they led the Detroit Pistons 2-0 and looked well on their way to the title but wound up needing seven games to win. “ W e need to remember that and learn from our mistakes," said Tony Parker, who led the Spurs with 30 points in their I OS-92 Game 2 win Sunday. “I think that’s enough to make us get ready.” In 2005, the Spurs won Games I and 2 at home with scores of 84-69 and 97-76. Then they went to Detroit. Ihe Pistons beat the Spurs 96-79 in Game 3 then blew them out 102-71 in Game 4. The Spurs took Games 5 and 7 to win the crown. The Spurs are taking pains not to put on airs over their first two wins. But the sizable lead in Game 2 — San Antonio was up by as many as 29 — makes it hard to look humble. The Cavs got as close as eight twice in the fourth quarter and opened die final 12 minutes on a 22-4 run that erased two-thirds of the 27-point deficit they had at the end of the third period. They outscored San Antonio 30-14 in the last quarter. On one hand, Parker noted, Cleveland’s late surge will give the Cavs confidence as they prepare for the games at home. On the other, it injected new motivation into the series for San Antonio and may help as the Spurs try to avoid a repeat of 2005. “As I always say, we just took what was ours,” Gino-bili said. “We just maintained the home-court advantage.” It also provides Popovich widi a reminder for his team. "I’m concerned about every game. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the first game or the seventh game,” Popovich said. “So theres no less concern for one game over another one. Coaches are paranoid that way. They worry about everything.” Tony Parker Road warriors Spurs in Cleveland for Game 3 of Finals. Herald-Zeitung To have your sports event publicized, contact Will Wright at 625-9144, ext. 223, or by e-mail at [email protected] com NBA Finals: Game 3 Cleveland hosts San Antonio at Quicken Loans Arena. Time:8p.m. (ABC; WOAI-AM 1200) Spurs sweep? If San Antonio wins Game 3, it could sweep the Cavs with a Game 4 victory on Thursday. Time: 8p.m. (ABC; WOAI-AM 1200) Zambrano’s arm, bat lead Cubs past Astros, 2-1 CHICAGO (AP) — Carlos Zambrano delivered with his pitches and his bat. Then he delivered this message: “Big Z is back on track," he said. Looking more like the NL All-Star he was last season than die erratic pitcher who got into a fight with his catcher, Michael Barrett, IO days before, Zambrano had one of his strongest outings against a favorite opponent Monday night. He allowed three hits and mi unearned run in eight innings and also homered to give the Chicago Cubs a 2-1 victory over the I Iouston Astros. With Koyie Hill behind the plate instead of Barrett in both outaings since the altercation, Zambrano has two wins. “This is a new season for me. When you have great pitches and trust in yourself, you just let the bad things go and start new things," Zambrano said. "That’s what I’m doing right now.” In his first appearance at Wrigley f ield since his June I fight with Barrett, Zambrano threw 128 pitches and outdu-eled hard-luck InsetWoody Williams. Zambrano gave Barrett a black eye and sent him to a hospital for six stitches in his lip after they tussled in the dugout and the clubhouse during a loss to Atlanta. Zambrano and I (ill seem to have hit it oil, so it 's hard to tell when or if Barrett will catch Zambrano again. ASTROS ON DECK Sr THE NEXT FIVE Today OAK 7 P.M. FSN Wednesday OAK 7 P.M. FSN Thursday OAK 1 P.M. FSN Friday SEA 7 P.M. FSN Saturday SEA 6 P.M. radio — KGNB-AM 1420 Zambrano (7-5) had a two-hit shutout going into the eighth when Mike Lamb led off with a walk and pinch-hit-ter Luke Scott singled as diving center fielder Felix Pie couldn’t come up with his sulking liner. Brad Ausmus hit a grounder to third and Mark DeRosa threw to second for the force, but second baseman Mike Fontenot’s relay to first was wild for an error that allowed Lamb to score. Zambrano got out of the inning by striking out pinch-hitter Orlando Palmeiro and getting Craig Big-gio to fly out to the left-field wall, then typically showed his emotions by jumping as he came off the mound. “He was real tough. That’s the Zambrano everyone is used to seeing,” Houston’s Lance Berkman said. “It seems like whenever he pitches against us, he doesn’t have any problems finding his A’ game.” Ausmus and Berkman also singled off Zambrano, who walked one and struck out eight. Ryan Dempsterpitched the ninth for his 13th save in 15 opportunities. I Ie got slugger Carlos Lee to ground into a game-ending double play. Lee also hit into a double play in the seventh. Zambrano hit an opposite-field homer — the 12th of his career—to put Chicago up 2-0 in the third. “I was lucky. It was a high pitch,” Zambrano said. The Cubs’ first run came in the second with two outs when Fontenot doubled and scored on Ryan Theriot’s single off Williams (2-9), who allowed only four hits and two runs in seven innings. “I really don’t feel that I have pitched that poorly and here I am 2-9,” the 40-year-old Williams said. “I can’t keep looking at the record. I know it has to change sometime." MONTY MARION/Herald-Zeitung Landa Park Dolphin Kathy Coulehan, 49, dives off the starting block in the 100 meter individual medley at the Landa Park Dolphins City Championship swim meet Saturday. RESULTS FROM THE LANDA PARK DOLPHINS CITY CHAMPIONSHIP SWIM MEET GIRLS 13-14 200 METER FREESTYLE 1, Caballero, Kaela, 2:46.37. BOYS 13-14 200 METER FREESTYLE 1, Edge, Matt, 2:49.72. GIRLS 15-17 200 METER FREESTYLE 1, Schell, Sarah, 2:40.94; 2. Firth, Lexi, 3:02.64. WOMEN 40 & OVER 200 METER FREESTYLE 1, Coulehan, Kathy, 3:00.15. MEN 40 & OVER 200 METER FREESTYLE 1, Schmitz, Pierre, 2:05.68. GIRLS 6 & UNDER 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Beckman, Sam, 57.18; 2, Adams, Abby. 1:05.82. BOYS 6 & UNDER 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Rojas, Brenden, 1:51.56. GIRLS 7-8 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Prevette, Lexi, 47.58; 2, Gilcrease, Kaycee, 49 93. BOYS 7-8 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Gentry, Nate, 55.11; 2, Schmitz, Chandler, 58 36: 3. Goodner, Michael, 1:02.39. GIRLS 9-10 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Johnson, Casey, 43.37; 2, Yancy, Christen, 44 80: 3 Byars, Jayd-Bailey, 1:01.43. BOYS 9-10 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Stevens, Benjamin, 37 13; 2, Goodner, Jake, 41.62 3. Gilcrease, Braden, 42.02. GIRLS 11-12 50 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Esplen, Hillary, 44.20; 2, Smith, Haley. 47.42; 3, Shea, Regan, 48.76. BOYS 11-12 50 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Hardwick, Andrew, 38.97; 2, Pfannstiel, Casey, 46.66; 3, Lord, Mason, 1:04.34. GIRLS 13-14 50 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Barry, Hannah, 45.64; 2, Rice, Ashlynn, 45.78: 3, Correil, Chloe, 54.12. BOYS 13-14 50 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Brewer, Tanner, 41.10; 2, Schief, Thomas W 42.12; 3, Sanchez, Mark, 49.29. MIXED 15-17 50 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Buck, Meredith, 38.21. GIRLS 6 & UNDER 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Beckman, Sam, 28.08; 2, Adams, Abby, 39.09; 3, White, Daphne, 48.93. BOYS 6 & UNDER 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Coonrod, Jack, 37.25; 2, Rojas, Brenden, 1:30.61 GIRLS 7-8 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Stevens, Samantha, 22.98:2, Hardwick, Eleanor. 33.74; 3, Murphy, Kenzie, 35.15. BOYS 7-8 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Schmitz, Chandler, 32.95; 2, Pfannstiel, Zachary, 33 97; 3, Smith, Joseph H, 36.70. GIRLS 9-10 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Johnson, Casey, 23.90; 2, Hobson, Zoe, 26.21; 3. Byars. Jayd-Bailey, 32.96. BOYS 9-10 25 METER BACKSTROKE 1, Buck, Tyler, 19.15; 2, Stevens, Benjamin, 22 46; 3. Hardwick, Henry, 23.47. GIRLS 11-12 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Stomka, Emily, 43.38; 2, Rabe, Kitty, 46.61; 3, Coonrod. Charlotte, 47.03. BOYS 11-12 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Honk, Cooper, 56.84; 2, Coulehan, Duval, 1:42.67. GIRLS 13-14 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Mares, Tayler, 43.22; 2, Rice, Ashlynn, 44.31; 3, Correil, Chloe, 1:09.30. BOYS 13-14 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Brewer, Tanner, 39.37; 2, Gentry, Nico, 48.22; 3, Murphy, Brennen. 49.96 GIRLS 15-17 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Gutz, Amanda, 43.60; 2, Firth, Lexi, 45.64; 3, Streger, Samantha, 47 64. GIRLS 18-24 50 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Lucas, Jessica, 42.22. GIRLS 6 & UNDER 25 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, White, Daphne, 44.17. GIRLS 7-8 25 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Stevens, Samantha. 26 84; 2, Baron, Michaela, 28.49; 3, Murphy, Kenzie, 32.82. BOYS 7-8 25 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Gentry, Nate, 31.76; 2, Pfannstiel, Zachary, 33.12; 3, Woodall, Caz, 34,42. GIRLS 9-10 25 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Hobson, Zoe, 32.44. BOYS 9-10 25 METER BREASTSTROKE 1, Gilcrease, Braden, 27.49; 2, Goodner, Jake, 28.57; 3, Hardwick, Henry, 29.22. GIRLS 11-12 100 METER FREESTYLE 1. Slomka, Emily, 1:14.39; 2, Prevette, Shania, 1:24.81; 3, Woodall, Emma, 1:27.28. BOYS 11-12 IOO METER FREESTYLE 1, Hardwick, Andrew, 1:13.70; 2, Schmitz, Hayden, 1:23.06; 3, Schief, Timmy, 1:26.80. GIRLS 13-14 100 METER FREESTYLE 1, Mares, Tayler, 1:11.10; 2, Barry. Hannah, 1:17.07; 3, Caballero, Kaela, 1:18.73. BOYS 13-14 100 METER FREESTYLE 1, Edge, Matt, 1:13.87; 2, Schief, Thomas W. 1:14.60; 3, Bez, Barak, 1:15.51 GIRLS 15-17 100 METER FREESTYLE 1, Schell, Sarah, 1:15.47; 2, Gutz, Amanda, 1:15.97; 3, Streger, Samantha, 1:21.02. MEN 40 & OVER 100 METER FREESTYLE 1, Edge, Michael, 1:01.19. GIRLS 6 & UNDER 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Adams, Abby, 31.70; 2, White, Daphne, 40.44. BOYS 6 & UNDER 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Coonrod, Jack, 28.60; 2, Rojas. Brenden. 42.15. GIRLS 7-8 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Gilcrease, Katelyn, 18.49; 2, Baron, Michaela, 22.90; 3, Prevette, Lexi, 23.27. BOYS 7-8 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Gentry, Nate, 26 40; 2, Goodner, Michael, 27.32; 3, Woodall, Caz, 32.30. GIRLS 9-10 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Yancy, Christen, 19.90; 2, (tie) Hobson, Zoe, and Byars, Jayd-Bailey, 27.67. BOYS 9-10 25 METER FREESTYLE 1, Pedraza, Aaron, 20.49; 2, Correil, Christian, 23.72; 3, Hawkins, Ryan, 30.34. MIXED 11-12 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Bonds, Sadie, 35.87; 2, Esplen, Hillary, 37.43; 3, Johnson, Madison, 37.87. MIXED 11-12 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Hardwick, Andrew, 32.37; 2, Schmitz, Hayden, 35.90; 3, Pfannstiel, Casey, 36.88. MIXED 13-14 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Rice, Ashlynn, 37.68; 2, Correil, Chloe, 43.91. BOYS 13-14 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Edge, Matt, 32.56; 2, Bez, Barak, 32.68; 3, Schief, Thomas W, 33.28. GIRLS 15-17 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Schell, Sarah, 34.38; 2, Gutz, Amanda, 34.88; 3, Streger, Samantha, 35.08. GIRLS 18-24 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Lucas, Jessica, 33.05. WOMEN 40 & OVER 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Coulehan, Kathy, 35.51. MEN 40 & OVER 50 METER FREESTYLE 1, Edge, Michael. 27.78. BOYS 6 & UNDER 25 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Coonrod, Jack, 33.61. GIRLS 7-8 25 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Gilcrease, Katelyn, 21.71; 2, Baron, Michaela, 30.38. BOYS 7-8 25 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Smith, Joseph H, 44.01. BOYS 9-10 25 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Buck, Tyler, 16.89. GIRLS 11-12 50 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Bonds, Sadie, 42.40; 2, Stomka, Emily, 42.47; 3, Rabe, Kitty, 43.43. BOYS 11-12 50 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Schief, Timmy, 46.45. GIRLS 13-14 50 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Mares, Tayler, 39.57; 2, Caballero, Kaela, 46.50. GIRLS 15-17 50 METER BUTTERFLY 1, Buck, Meredith, 37.05. , .GIRLS 6 & UNDER 100 METER IM 1, Beckman, Sam, 2:39.38. GIRLS 7-8 100 METER IM 1, Gilcrease, Katelyn, 1:48.82; 2, Stevens, Samantha, 2:18.77; 3, Gilcrease, Kaycee, 2:29.52. GIRLS 9-10 100 METER IM 1, Johnson, Casey, 1:58.15; 2, Yancy, Christen, 2:29.11. BOYS 9-10 100 METER IM 1, Buck, Tyler, 1:30.08; 2, Stevens, Benjamin, 1:43.50; 3, Goodner, Jake, 2:03.13. GIRLS 11-12 100 METER IM 1, Rabe. Kitty, 1:30.37; 2, Bonds, Sadie, 1:34.58; 3, Esplen, Hillary, 1:37.77. BOYS 11-12 100 METER IM 1, Schmitz, Hayden, 1:40.03; 2, Henk, Cooper, 2:03.13; 3, Lord, Mason, 2:12.00. GIRLS 13-14 IOO METER IM 1, Barry, Hannah, 1:34.31. BOYS 13-14 100 METER IM 1, Bez, Barak, 1:34.53. GIRLS 15-17 100 METER IM 1, Buck, Meredith, 1:22.68; 2, Firth, Lexi, 1:29.93. GIRLS 18-24 100 METER IM 1, Lucas, Jessica, 1.22.23. WOMEN 40 & OVER 100 METER IM 1, Coulehan, Kathy, 1:36.21. MEN 40 & OVER 100 METER IM 1, Schmitz, Pierre, 1:03.82. ;

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