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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, January 14, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 i New Braunfels Independent School District Ask About Free Teeth Whitening! ^P*Rivrr( .rc\st I nmilii IVulnl, v.a Most insurance Accepted Cigna Network Provider Dr. Justin Barber Sustaining Member, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Dr. W¡Ilium T. Lee J r. Fellow, Academy Of General Dentistry 830.625.7611 1280 E. Common St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 www.rivercrestdental.com CUP CONTINUED FROM Pag© 6 the first match of the season, and we have a lot of time to fix those areas.” Gold pointed out that seven of his 18 players had varsity experience last season, and it will take time for his young team to form that chemistry that will be needed when the district schedule begins. The Cougarettes face Austin Bowie at 11 a.m. today at Cougar Stadium in the tournaments second round. BOYS SOCCER Canyon 2, Lockhart 1 Pedro Villa and Iordan Peci-na each scored second half goals to lift Canyon to a 2-1 win over Lockhart in the opening round of the 2011 Comal Cup at Cougar Stadium Thursday. “I was really pleased at how we played,” Canyon coach Rob Rush said. “We played much better than we did Tuesday (against Hays). I liked the fact that we outshot them and we stepped it up in the second half. I’m very happy how Jfgiirii ÈtÊÊÊÊÊÊIÊÊtÊtÊ il LAURA McKENZIE/Herald-Zeitung Canyon's Sydnie Jones (4) and Round Rock's Kelly Culp (21) race for the ball during Thursday's match. we came back after we gave up the goal in the first half.” The Cougars outshot Ixx;k-hart 24-9 during the game, with Villa leading the way with six shots and Jacob Cocke adding four for Canyon. Goalie Matt Carroll gave up just one goal in nine shots against Lockhart. Down 1-0 in the second half, Villa scored at the 47-minute mark on a beautiful pass from Eduardo Arreguin to tie the game. Adrian Ayala set up Pecina for the game-winning goal at 57 minutes into the game, and the Cougar defense held firm down the stretch for the victory- Canyon plays San Angelo Central at 5 p.m. today at Cougar Stadium. Contacts For additional information, please contact your financial consultant prior to the date of sale. FirstSouthwest Senior Manager 800.293.3792 Jake Edwards, Vice President Member FINRA/SIPC Southwest Securities, Inc. BOSC, INC. Co- Manager A subsidiary of BOK Financial Corporation 800.848.1797 Co-Manager Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC 866.313.1996 Member FINRA/SIPC ‘Preliminary, subject to change in price and/or availability; when, as, and if issued. This Advertisement is neither an otter to sell nor a solicitation to buy any of these securities. The ottering is made only by the Official Statement which should be read in its entirety. Interest in the opinion of Bond Counsel is exempt from all present federal income taxes. © 2011 First Southwest Company. All rights reserved. Member FINRA/SIPC. MNI0111006 PW«se We Ip support, literacy «*4 ¿OwuuuKiTy awaveuesc Donate to NIE $250 Sponsors one classroom one day a week lor the school »ear. lusiuess TwAitrUuel sponsors weeAeA -Cor t,We zOtO ¿¿Wool year IICVII» I »MM» Ml VltUVS On several occasions during the match, the Rangers were able to build up momentum toward the net, but the shot would be stopped or get sent wide to end the scoring threat. Smithson Valley's best scoring chance of the game came with only seconds left on the clock. Gomez raced down the sideline and took a shot that was blocked out of bounds. On the ensuing corner kick, the Rangers' goal attempt sailed just wide of the net and time expired. Normally the game would end with a 0-0 tie, hut the Comal Cup uses a bracket system and has to award a victor. The Rangers move on to play Midland Lee at 1 p.m. today at Steele High School. GIRLS SOCCER Smithson Valley 1, Bastrop 1 CIBOLO — A controversial call with 11 seconds left turned a win for Smithson Valley into a 1-1 tie with Bastrop during Thursday’s opening round of the 2011 Comal Cup at Steele High School. Two players tangled and the call went against the Lady Rangers, who were trying to hold on to a 1-0 lead. “I thought we controlled the flow of the game throughout,” Smithson Valley coach Jason Adkins said. “We just didn't take advantage of the scoring chances we had and put more points on the board.” Nikki Nichols scored at the 75-minute mark to break a scoreless tie. The Lady Rangers play at 11 a.m. today against Austin High at Steele High School. Low Cost Pet V™ Saturday, January 15 • 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm H-E-B • 651 S. Walnut, Hew Braunfels offer Puppy shots!s:AA^<ï^a CHRIS HOFFMAN/Hr rrald-Zeitung NBs Slater Hodges, left, takes down Canyon's Zach Venegas on Thursday. MEET CONTINUED FROM Page 6 (135-pound class) got the Unicorn run going with a first-round pin of Canyon’s lames Smith, as he used his speed and quick reflexes to take control of the match early. Canyon’s Collin Skipper (140) earned a 7-4 decision over Roland Leos. New Braunfels’ joseph Ixin-gone pinned Uylsses Arreola in 41 seconds, Hodges pinned Zach Venegas in the second, Virgil Reed (160) scored an 11-3 major decision over Canyon’s Ryan Cavalier and Justin Davila (171) pinned Nick Mabry during the momentum shift. Canyon’s Skylar Griffin (180) had the quickest pin of the meet when he pinned New Braunfels’ Cameron Smith just 34 seconds into the match. The rivalry that exists in other sports between the Unicorns and Cougars seemed to percolate at the wrestling meet, as the intensity and noise level nearly came to a boiling point at the first-ever meet on the mat between the two schools. When Canyon’s Christian SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 6 100 in six of eight without him — including a 99-93 loss to the Spurs on Dec. 30. San Antonio (33-6) has won four straight and eight of 10 to increase its lead over Dallas to six games. While the Mavericks are waiting for someone to step up their play, the Spurs seem to be getting contributions from everyone. Tony Parker has been McKnown (112) and senior captain Andrew Wilson (119) both earned pins to lift the Cougars to an early 12-6 lead, the Canyon fans gave both teams a boost of energy with ovations after each match. “ Phis was a great competition for both schools,” New Braunfels coach Greg I .aCoss said. “Canyon has good kids and we have good kids on the mat. It is really great to see these to programs battle it out and hopeftilly make each other better in the process.” Both wrestling programs competed in last week’s Cypress Fairbanks Invitational in Houston — the largest high school wrestling tournament in the country with 75 teams in attendance. Clark said it was good to get his team some big touma-ment experience before heading into the postseason tournaments. “What I saw from my kids was that we ate up the kids with similar experience as us,” Clark said. “But we struggled against kids with a higher skill level. It was good to see where we are against that kind of top level competition.” Hodges is a testament to the fact that the difference struggling and Richard Jefferson was held scoreless Wednesday, hut Matt Bonner scored 17 points in a season-high 31 minutes off the bench to spark a 91-84 victory over Milwaukee. Manu Cinobili had 23 points and Tim Duncan added 16 points and eight rebounds. Reserve Gary Neal took his turn in the December victory against the Mavericks, scoring 21 points. San Antonio, however, would like to get Parker on track. between first place and fifth place can be just a couple of points, as he lost his first two matches of the season by a combined two points. “They were my mistakes that I made that cost me,” Hodges said. “But I got a chance to see what the road to state is going to look like. I’he competition is definitely tougher than it was last year.” New Braunfels’ Trevor Lopez (103), Max Parker (189) and Guadalupe DeLeon (Heavyweight) all won by pins for the Unicorns. Canyon’s Corey Robledo (215) beat Hector i lemandez for the Cougars. Both teams are back in action Saturday at the Rattler Rumble in San Antonio. S. 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He just has a great ability between the pipes.” jarrett was doubly excited with the victory, as it meant he had beaten his former school. Four years ago, Jarrett was the head coach of the Waco High soccer team. “Most coaches will always say that a win is a win,” Jarrett said. "I won’t say that I didn't want to win against a place where I have some history." Current Waco coach Kris Kahler served as Jarrett’s freshman coach and stepped up to fill the varsity vacancy after Jar-rett's departure. On the field, the Rangers were able to have every success possible without scoring a goal. Junior Cody Hollingshead booted in the winning goal between the legs of the Waco goalkeeper to seal the victory for the Rangers. Jamie Gomez, Jordan Alexander and Will Redman also scored for Smithson Valley. Throughout the game, the Rangers held control of the ball and kept up the pressure on the Lions' defense. "Some teams are just not going to be able to run with us," Jarrett said. 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