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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas The Herald-Zeitung invites readers to nominate Unsung Heroes for our annual publication honoring those who serve this community, often without thanks and recognition. If you know someone who deserves to be included among our Unsung Heroes, write us. Page 8 — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, February 16, 2011 GOODSPORTS Photo submitted The New Braunfels Alliance wrestling team won the novice (less than two years experience) title by more than 40 points at the recentTX-USAW Novice State wrestling tournament in Austin. In 2010, NB Alliance won the rookie title at the same event. NOMINATION FORM Your Nominee’s Name: Your Nominee’s Phone Number: Your reason for nominating this person for unsung hero: Your Name: Your Phone Number: If more space is needed than provided above, please attach an additional page to the form. For information, call Autumn Phillips at 625-9144 ext. 220. Deadlme is March 1,2011, Mail to: Unsung Hero, c/o Herald-Zeitung, 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, TX 78130, or by e-mail to email@example.com . COLLEGE HOOPS From The Associated Press NO. 20 MISSOURI 92, TEXAS TECH 84 COLUMBIA, Mo. — Marcus Denmon scored 20 points, showing no after effects from a blow to the head three days earlier, to help No. 20 Missouri beat Texas Tech 92-84 on Hiesday night. Kim English had 16 points and reserve Michael Dixon 13 points for the Tigers (20-6,6-5 Big 12), who shot 58 percent but were tested in a run-and-gun contest that was light on defense before going to 16-0 at home. John Roberson had 21 points for Texas Tech (11-15,3-8), which shot 49 percent. TEXAS STATE 66,TAMU-CC 61 CORPUS CHRISTI — Cameron Johnson and Ryan White each scored 21 points to lead the Texas State men’s basketball team to a 66-61 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on TUesday night. Johnson also pulled down a game-high eight rebounds, while White handed out four assists and collected a game-high four steals for the Bobcats, who improved to 13-12 overall and 8-3 in Southland Conference play. In addition, Tony Bishop scored 10 points and also pulled down a game-high eight rebounds forTSU. CHS CONTINUED FROM Page 7 was the only way back," Ten-nell said. “(Medina Valley) did a great job shooting.” With time winding down, the score began to slip away. The Lady Panthers led 47-41 after the third and jumped out to a 14-point lead early in the fourth. Two rallies in the final frame saw Canyon come within single-digits, but the Cougarettes couldn’t regain the lead. “I told them we need to be thinking about the positives of this year," Tennell said. “They finished with a win ning record, and they placed second in a very tough district.” Canyon is already looking to the future and the work ahead in the offseason. “We’re going to do a lot of work on team building,” Turner said. “We will work on conditioning and our defense. Overall, we want to be more aggressive. We want to continue to get better and work hard.” With only three players graduating, the Cougarettes will retain almost the same roster next season. “Definitely, we are a contender,” Turner said. “We have a really good shot at winning the district.” SVHS CONTINUED FROM Page 7 “We wanted to come out and be aggressive right from the start,” Hermesmeyer said. “We out our foot on the gas and didn’t let up until the final buzzer. That is the way we have to play in ever game, no matter who we are play- • Pt mg. Senior Danielle Blagg led the Lady Rangers (29-4) with 18 points, and Salmon added 12 to give Smithson Valley its first playoff win in eight years. “I thought we played very efficiently and pushed the ball well,” Salmon said. “We know that there are no days off in the playoffs, and we played like we were playing for a state title tonight. “We were really prepared and couldn’t wait to get on the court tonight.” Smithson Valley, which won its first district tide since 1986 after an undefeated run in 27-4A, stormed out from the locker room to build an 18-5 lead after the first quar ter, and extended that advantage to 31-8 at the half. The Lady Rangers built that lead by going inside to Blagg, Ashley Bryand and Lauren Jay early before kicking the ball out to the outside shooters such as Salmon, who knocked down a pair of 3-pointers. Salmon’s trick shot in the third ignited an 11-2 run that gave Smithson Valley a commanding 48-14 lead heading into the fourth, when Hermesmeyer emptied her bench for some much-needed playoff experience. Interior defense was a key component for the Lady Rangers, as they stuffed the middle to force the Lady Antlers into a one-dimensional team. Kerrville Tivy (11-23) was led by junior Jamie Jenschke with 8 points. Jay and Bryand scored seven and six points, respectively, for the Lady Rangers. Smithson Valley advances to play the winner of the Austin Travis/Marble Falls game. Time and place are to be determined. ROUNDUP CONTINUED FROM Page 7 Unicorns with 16 points. Kyle Hittle added nine for New Braunfels (15-17,5-5) in the regular-season finale. SA CHURCHILL 68 CANYON 67 Canyon’s rally from a 12-point deficit fell short in a 68-67 loss to San Antonio Churchill to end the regular season on TUesday night. Sean Tollinger scored 18 points, while Andrew Poulter and Cody Karrer each chipped in 10. BOYS SOCCER CANYON 1 WIMBERLEY 0 W1MBERLEY—Ryan Contreras scored the game-winning goal at the 43-minute mark to lift Canyon to a 1-0 road win over Wimberley in a District 53-4A showdown on TUesday. Canyon (4-6-2,2-0) out-shot Wimberley 29-2 to stay undefeated in district. GIRLS SOCCER WIMBERLEY 2, CANYON 1 WIMBERLEY—The Canyon Cougarettes scored early TUesday, but still lost to Wimberly 2-1 in district girls soccer action. Teegan Luckemeyer scored Canyon’s lone goal on unassisted shot in sixth minute. Wimberley’s goals came at the 19th and 22nd minutes. Canyon’s record is now 4-5-2 (0-2 district). SOFTBALL CANYON 4 STONY POINT 2 Sara Mireles struck out six and Sarah Crockett went 2 for 3 with a 2-run homer to lead Canyon to a 4-2 win over Round Rock Stony Point in the season-opener TUesday at Cougarette Stadium. The lOth-ranked Cougarettes scored all four runs in the fourth over the fifth-ranked Class 5A Lady Tigers to open the season with a win. CANYON LAKE 12 LARGO VISTA 2 FISCHER —Alex Henderson went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and Tiffany Arredondo went 3 for 4 with three runs to lift Canyon Lake to a 12-2 win over visiting Largo Vista on Tuesday night. Missy Romero had two runs and Katy Payne went 2 for 4 with three RBIs. SMITHSON VALLEY 6 NEW BRAUNFELS 1 SPRING BRANCH— Smithson Valley scored two runs in the first in a 6-1 win over cross-country rival New Braunfels in the sea-son-opener on TUesday. CONTINUED FROM Page 7 Kirsch both added three points apiece. Churchill (25-9) was led by Carly Thiesdale, who finished with 12 points. Two other Chargers finished in doublefigures. With the season over, the game marks the end the high school careers of what Hughey called “possibly the best group of seniors that’s ever come through New Braunfels.” The coach said the Unicorns’ senior class — players such as Dirienzo, Knudson, Hewitt and Emily Fisher — were instrumental in the Unicorns’ recent success. “We’ve been to the playoffs three straight years with this group, and before the group got here, I think the team had won nine games," Hughey said. “In the last four years, this team has won close to 100 games. Obviously, they are really special to us.” VA Benefit Seminar at Kirkwood Manor Thursday, February 24,2011 at 5:30 p.m. Seating is limited so please... RSVP You are invited to learn about the details and qualifications required for the Improved Pension with Aid and Attendance. This is a tax free benefit available to Veterans, their spouses or widows. This benefit may be used to assist senior Veterans with their health care expenses. H. 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