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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Wednesday, January 26, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7  Blueprint  Copies  Computer Services Color Poster  20% OFF  Doorhangers  SOCCER  CONTINUED FROM Page 6  Canyon (3-3-1) travels to play Marble Falls at 7 p.m. on Friday.  Boerne 1, Canyon Lake 0  BOERNE — Canyon Uke lost 1 -0 to Boerne in a nondistrict game on TUesday.  The Lady Hawks travel to play Buda Hays at 6 p.m. on  HOOPS  CONTINUED FROM Page 6  went cold and the Lady Hangers hit their shots down the stretch to seal the win.  Hermesmeyer said she’ll take a win anyway she can get one, but she wasn’t happy with some of the sloppy play she saw from her team.  "I felt like we would get a steal or a rebound and then turn the ball over to them,” she said. "We were playing back and forth for most of the game. I think our offensive rebounds was the key in the second half. We did a much better job of getting second chance shots.”  Senior Danielle Blagg led Smithson Valley with 17 points, while Ashley Bryand scored nine points, while Ali Salmon and l^auren Jay each scored eight for r the Lady Rangers.  Tltrner scored a team-high 15 points for Canyon, but was held to just two points in the fourth.  "I felt like we executed well and got the looks we wanted,” Tennell said. "We just didn’t knock down the shots”.  The Cougarettes shot 22 percent and had 18 turnovers against the Lady Rangers.  "Our kids played hard. If we would have knocked down a shot here and there, it might  Friday.  BOYS SOCCER SA Churchill 2,  New Braunfels 1  Jose Gutierrez scored at the 69-minute mark, but New Braunfels were unable to rally in a 2-1 loss to San Antonio Churchill on Iliesday.  The Unicorns host rival Canyon at 1 p.m. on Saturday.  Canyon 0,  Pflugerville Hendrickson 0  have been a different ball game.”  Kelsey Flanagan scored 10 points for the Cougarettes.  Canyon travels to play Kyle Lehman at 7 p.m. Friday, while Smithson Valley hosts Lehman on Feb. 1.  New Braunfels 46, Seguin 27  SEGUIN — Behka Knud-son scored 18 points and Julie Dirienzo had 10 to lead New Braunfels to a 46-27 rout of Seguin in a District 25-5A game on TUesday night.  The Lady Unicorns (21-8, 3-3) outscored Seguin 27-5 in the first half and coasted to an easy victory.  New Braunfels hosts Converse Judson at 7 p.m. on Friday.  Bandera 51, Canyon Lake 44  BANDERA— Megan Browning, Tiffany Tschoepe and Katie Williams each scored 10 points in Canyon Lake’s 51-44 loss to Bandera in a 26-3A matchup on Tuesday.  With the score tied at 23-23 at the half, Bandera outscored Canyon Lake 11 -4 in the third to take control of the game.  Canyon Lake (10-16, 1-8) hosts San Antonio Hawkins on Friday.  BOYS BASKETBALL New Braunfels 71, Seguin 65  Reed Edwards scored 18 points and Kyle Hittle had 16  PFLUGERVILLE — Adrian Ayala and Graham Clumpn-er each had two shots against Pflugerville Hendrickson, but neither team could put the ball in the net in a 0-0 draw.  Fredericksburg 1, Smithson Valley 0  SPRING BRANCH — Fredericksburg defeated Smithson Valley 1-0 in a non-district game on Tuesday night.  to lead New Braunfels to a 71 -65 win over Seguin in a 25-5A game on Tuesday night.  The Unicorns used a 25-19 fourth quarter to edge the Matadors.  New Braunfels (13-13,3-1) travels to play Converse Judson at 7 p.m. on Friday.  Canyon 59, Smithson Valley 37  SPRING BRANCH — Ian Gulick scored 17 points, while Sean Tollinger and Andrew Poulter each added 13 to lead Canyon to a 59-37 win over rival Smithson Valley in a 27-4A showdown on Tuesday.  The Cougars outscored the Rangers 35-18 in the second half to earn the win.  Moises Villarreal had nine points to lead Smithson Valley.  Bandera 50, Canyon Lake 36  BANDERA — Chris Green and Stuart i/jwry each scored nine points in Canyon Lake’s 50-36 loss to Bandera on Tuesday.  NBC A 47, Sacred Heart 34  Cale Brubaker scored a game-high 23 points to lead New Braunfels Christian Academy to a 47-34 win over Halletsville Sacred Heart in a TAAPS 6-3A game on Tuesday.  The Wildcats (19-8, 6-2) travel to play San Antonio Keystone at 8 p.m. Friday.   WWW.HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM   (  If IEMLB ZETDJNg  Call 850.625.9144 or come by 707 Landa St.  Home  Marketplace  MORE IN IT FOR YOU  Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852  Classifieds  Home  651 N. 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SWIM  CONTINUED FROM Page 6  (1:15.12) the 100-yard breaststroke, Delgado take second (2:32.53) and Frankie Cybuls-ki finish third (2:43.03) in the 200-yard individual medley.  Delgado finished fourth (1:17.86) in the 100-breast-stroke, Cybulski placed fifth (1:10.83) in the 100-back, Jones finished third (1:03.65) in the 100-back, fourth (58.51) in the 100-free, Delaney Kohnen paced fifth (6:23.44) in the 500-yard freestyle.  The Lady Ranger 400-yard freestyle relay team that included Delgado, Cybulski, Erhardt and freshman Abbe-gail Seminaro took the silver (4:15.13).  The Rangers had senior Christian Wheeler take second (22.25) in the 50-free, third (49.76) in the 100-free, sophomore Austin Johnson take fourth (2:09.49) in the 200-IM, fourth (58.79) in the 100-fly, Ryan Robinson finished fifth (1:57.83) in the 200-free, Flunter Franklin placed fifth (1:09.47) in the 100-breaststroke, sixth (5:44.62) in the 500-free, the 200-yard medley relay team the 200-yard freestyle relay finished fourth (1:38.50), while the Smithson Valley 400-yard freestyle relay team took second (3:28.83) in the final event of the day.  Canyon’s Scott Jonsson and Kitty Rabe both advanced to regionals in four events in leading the Cougars at the dis  trict meet.  Jonsson, the boys Swimmer of the Year, took first (21.60) in the 50-yard and 100-yard (47.72) freestyle events, while placing third (1:36.67) in the 200-yard freestyle relay and sixth (1:50.67) in the 200-yard medley relay squad.  Rabe took third (6:10.41) in the 500-yard freestyle and fourth (2:19.90) in the 200-yard freestyle events, while also being a member of the fifth-place (2:15.10) 200-yard medley relay and fifth (1:52.81) with the 200-yard freestyle relay team.  Canyon senior Rachel Blox-ham placed sixth (1:11.16) in the 100-yard backstroke, and the men’s 400-yard freestyle relay team place sixth (4:06.09) to qualify for regionals.  Despite the fact that there is no Class 3A division in swimming, the Canyon Lake girls 200-yard freestyle relay team advanced to regionals.  The relay team that features Heather Arcediano, Cassidy Riccio, Taylor Riordan, Kelly Annestrand and Alyssa Car-vajal finished in sixth (2:01.78) — nearly nine seconds ahead of the Schertz Clemens team.  "I was thrilled,” Canyon Lake coach Doug Hammen said. “It was great for the kids just to be in an atmosphere like that, but to see one of our relay teams qualify for regionals was awesome.”  In the District 25-5A meet, New Braunfels qualified seven boys and girls for individual events and three relay teams  for regionals.  On the boys side, sophomore Tommy Anderson won (1:06.14) the 100-breaststroke, and placed second (1:59.85) and Zach Marshall finished fifth (2:06.23) in the 200-free.  Connor Shepherd and Diego Smith finished fourth (24.06) and fifth (24.12) , respectively, in the 50-free, while Austin Meche placed fifth (1:03.49) and Marshall placed sixth (1:03.80) in the 100-fly.  Smith bested teammate Shepherd for second (51.94) in the 100-free, while Garrett Jones took fourth (6.21.15) in the 500-free.  Meche took second (1:08.35) in the 100-back, and Cody Dent placed sixth (2:28.11) in the 200-IM.  The Unicorns’ 200-free, 400-free relay teams qualified for regionals.  Senior Shelby Szekely took third (57.11) in the 100-free and fourth (26.18) in the 50-free, while Rachel Meche finished fourth (1:17.95) in the 100-breaststroke, and fourth (1:00.25) in the 100-free.  Miranda Garrott qualified in the 100-IM and 500-free, Emily Slomka advanced in the 100-fly, Ashley Frazier qualified in the 500-free, Corseina Poole placed in the 100-breaststroke.  The Lady Unicorns finished second in the 400-free relay.  The regional competition will be held at the Josh Davis Natatorium in San Antonio beginning Feb. 4.  Ptaase kelp support «*4 cOwvwuHrf,Y awar«K«ss  Donate to NIE  $250 Sponsors one classroom one day a week tor tho school year.  Sponsors *66464 Sûr {Mê u>\o scLool year  0  (g-hû)  lEKAIJI  r EITIINU  ::G mimmi mi vniiNN  Â  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (830) 629-0690   

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