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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 m  2B I Sunday, July 24, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  LAURA McKENZIE | Heráld-Zeifunq  NB Fútbol Club joins forces with Habitat  Eleven players from New Braunfels Fútbol Club, NBFC Premier 94 Boys wfiite team recently lent a tielping tiand to the Comal County Habitat For Humanity in building a home near H E,B. Fields. The home is being built for the Salais family who lost their home in IVIississippi during the recent floods, Both Jason and Kendra Salais worked together with the boys and other volunteers at the Site.  SPORTS  PTTTSBURGH  Roethlisberger weds in quiet ceremony  S.ilurrl.iv turnefl out to l)t‘ i>i( (' (l<iv tor ,1 hl.i( k* aiid^olil wi'dfling lor (’ittsl)urgh (|Uiirtorl),i{ k  Htm K( x'th-lish('rg(^r, Koclhlis-hergór .ind girltri('(i(l nwrrK'd Ashlex M.irían in cl  (|UK‘t ( ('ff-  mon\ at a (. hurc li both atti'Mfl in Ohio iouiiship lo( atcd in the ( it\'s alllticnt n()rlln\('st subii rbs,  I io/ens oi teamni.itc's, itK kiding liiK'bai kcr l.uiH's Harrison, attc'ndt'd the sc-rvK c, along u ith tram prrsidrnt Dan Koonc\.  S(‘( unt\ v\.is tight .irouiifl ( linst ( 'hurc h at  Assf !■' I u P  ('irovo Farm, with attendants asked to [irovidc' and invitation and identi-iKation before lieing allowed to enter,  AUSTIN  A&M to host UIL team tennis championships  Th(> University Inter-sc holastic I eague has enter('d into a one-year .igr(M'm('nt to hold th('  2011 Ull Team Tennis State ( hampionships at the ( it'orge I’. Mitc hc'll Tennis ( enter in C'ollege Station.  Th(‘ World ot Tennis at t akewav has hosted tht‘ Ull l(>am Tennis Stat(>  ( hampionships sint e I \\ hen it was moved trom th(‘ Intramural T(‘n-nis ( I'nter and Penic k-Allison Tennis ('enter on the University of Texas at Austin ( ampus.  Team Tennis has bec'n a UlL-sanctioned sport since with state*  {ham|)ions crowned  annually in Conferences 4A and -SA. The 2011 Ull Team Tennis State Championships will be held Nov. 4 and 5. This move will not affect the Ull Tennis State Tournament, held annually in the spring, as the Wodd ot Tennis at Lakeway and f’enick-Al I ison Tennis ('enter will again host the cham|)ionshi() event.  GRENOBLE, France  Evans set to become first Aussie to win Tour  C;ad('l Fvans serzed the \’('tk)w )(>rsey in the Tour de Fran( e in the next-to-last stage Saturday, all but sec uring the first victory by an Australian in cycling's greati'st race.  The t\vo-lini(‘ runner-up took th(' overall lead by overcoming a S7-second defic it to Andy Schletk of t uxembourg in the time trial. The race ends Sunday in Paris in what is expected to be a largely  Maintenance is what matters.  We’re just blowing smoke.  NBU is conducting a smoke test of its sanitary sewer system.  NBU crews will be conducting sewer tine smoke testing in the area of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone starting in May and continuing through July 2011. Door hanger notices will be placed at specific addresses a week before testing begins,  A “smoke test" survey will assist our inspection crews in locating breaks and defects in our sewer system. The smoke you see from the vent stacks on houses or holes in the ground is NON-STAINING, HAS NO ODOR, WHITE TO GREY IN COLOR AND CREATES NO FIRE HAZARD.  NBU recommends you pour a gallon of water into each of your drains prior to our testing. If, during our testing, you notice smoke in your home, you could also have dangerous sewer gases also entering your home.  In this case, leave your home and contact our crews immediately at 830’608-8831, If someone in your home has respiratory problems and is immobile, please notify us at 830-608-8831 prior to our testing.  It you have quiislions ab(;ut our ^'sfriokB tests ' plodHti    ij» at b29‘4b2il (4NBU)  NÍSU  Here is what matters.  ceremonial ride.  A red-eyt‘d Evans choked u[) on the' victory podium, holding back tears before hurling the winner's bouc|uet into the crowd.  "I really can't c|uife believe it right now," the* J4-year-old Aussie said.  "I have been conc c'ntrat-ing on one event for so long."  The Schleck brothers, knowing they had lost, embraced after the* finish line of the 26-mile time trial. Evans now leads Andy Schleck bv 1: U, and Frank Schlec k l)y 2:50.  The 20th stage was won t)y Tony Martin of Gt'rmany.  By thc' first intermediate tim(' check at the 9. ?-mile mark, Evans had already (‘rcistnl seconds of his deficit to Andy Schleck and vvas ,i4 seconds taster than the elder Schleck.  Pt«»U W«(f>    ti4ra<rY  Donate to NIE  $2SI SiwM«n me clnsnem Mc <ar a WMk ftr Bn tckaol ye».  iM  if  lit \ I.II  irn \i.  I«««» \rm\s  .iS'  SPORTS ON TV  Today AUTO RACING 11 ajn.  FOX — Formula On*, Brand Pri* of Germany, at Nuerburg, Germany Noon  SPEED — Rolex Sport» Car Seriti, American Red Croia 2S0 1 p.m.  VERSUS —- IRL, IndyCar, at Edmonton 6p.m.  ESPN2 — NHRA. Mile-High Nationals, at Morrijon, Colo  9    p.m.  ESPN2— American La Mans Series, Grand Prix ot Mosport CYCUNO Ta.m.  VERSUS—- Tour de Franc?, final stage, Crefell, France to Paris  1    p.m.  CBS — Tour do France' final stage, Creteil, France to Paris  EXTREME SPORTS 3:30 p.m.  NBC — Dew Tour, Pantech Open, at Ocean City, Md  GOLF S 30 am  TGC — European PGA Tour, Nordea Masters, final round, at Stockholm  10    a.m.  ESPN — The Senior British Open Championship, final round Noon  TGC — LPGA, Evian Masters, final round, at Evian-les Bams, France  2    pm  CBS — r GA Tour, Canadian Open, final  KANZUNfc  round, at Vattcouvar, British Columbia t p.m.  TGC — Nationwida Tour, Chitdran'i Hospital Invitational, final round MAJOR LEA6UC BASEBALL 1^J0p.m TBS — Seattle at Boston 1:10 p.m.  WGN —Houston at Chicago Cuba 7 p.m.  FOXSW — Toronto at Texas ESPN Atlanta at Cincinnati MOTORSPORTS 4 p.m. '  SPEED--MotoGP World Championahip, U S Grand Pri*  10 p.m.  SPEED -- AMA Pro Racing SOCCER V - 3p.m,  ESPN — MLS/Premier League, World FootbairChallenge, Manchester City SOFTBAU 4 p.m.'  ESPN2 — Women s World Cup, round robin, Britain vs US, at Oklahoma City TENNIS 2 p.m.  ESPN2 — ATP, Atlanta Ch«roP'0'’»t’'P*  championship match, at Norcross, Ga Monday MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL  6    pm.  ESPN — Pittsburgh at Atlanta  7    pm.  FOXSW — Wàshington at Houston SOFTBALL  8    p.m.  ESPN2 — Women s World Cup, chain pionship game, tfiamsTBD, at Oklahoma City  T()I)A\*SS(:()IIKS LANCE GLANCE  Former Canyon High School standout Lance Barkman, now a rightfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, went 1-for-2 with a 3-run horoer ina 9 1 win vs the Pirates He IS batting 290 this season.  MLB STANDINGS     National League                  Eest Division                  W L    Pet    6B      Philadelphia    63 36    636          Atlanta    59 42    584    5      New York    50 50    500    13      Washington    49 50    495    14      Florida    48 53    475    16      Central Division                  W L    Pet    GB      St Louis    53 47    530          Milwaukee    54 48    529          Pittsburgh    51 47    520    1      Cincinnati    49 51    490    4      Chicago    41 60    406    12      Houston    33 67    330    20          West Division                  W L    Pet    GB      San Francisco 58 43    574          Arizona    54 47    535    4      Colorado    48 53    475    10      San Diego    44 57    436    14      Los Angeles    43 56    434    14      Saturday's Results              Chicago Cubs 5, Houston 1              Cincinnati 11, Atlanta 2              Philadelphia 8, San Diego 6                Ainericsn League East Divimn W L    Pet    GB      Boston    61 37    622          New York    58 40    592    3      Tampa Bay    52 47    525    9      Toronto    50 51    495    12.      Baltimore    40 57    412    20>      Central Orvition W L    Pet    6B      Detroit    53 47    530          Cleveland    51 47    520    1      Chicago    48 51    485    4      Minnesota    47 53    470    6      Kansas City    42 58    420    11          West Division W L    Pet    GB      Texas    58 43    574          Los Angeles    54 4 7    535    4      Oakland    44 56    440    13      Seattle    43 57    430    14      Saturday's Results             St Louis 9, Pittsburgh 1 Florida 8, N Y Mets 5 Arizona 12, Colorado 3 San Francisco 4. Milwaukee 2 Washington at l A Dodgers, late Today's Games N V Mets {Gee 9-3) at Florida lAni Sanchez 6 3), 12 10 p m San Diego IStaufler 6-6) at Philadelphia (Halladav 114), 12:35 p m St Louis (Lohse 8-7) at Pittsburgh (Morton 8-5), 12 35 p m  Houston (Lyles 0-5) at Chicago Cubs (Garza 4-7), 1 20 p m  Milwaukee (Gallardo 11-6) at San Francisco (Bumgarner 5 9), 3 05 p m Colorado (Jimenez 6-8) at Arizona lOwings 3-0), 3 lOp m Washington (Marquis 8 4) at L A Dodgers (Billingsley 8-8), 3 10 p ni Atlanta (Beachy 3-2) at Cincinnati (Willis0-l),7 05pm  Monda/s Games San Diego at Philadelphia, 12:05 p m N Y Mets at Cincinnati, 6 10 p m Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 610 p m. Houston at St Louis, 715 p m Colorado at L A Dodgers, 9 10 p m  Oakland 4, N Y Yankees 3 Minnesota 4, Detroit 1 Baltimore 3, L A Angels 2 White So* at Cleveland, ppd, rain Boston 3. Seattle 1  Kansas City 5, Tampa Bay 4 10 inninqs Texas 5, Toronto 4  Today's Games Chicago White Sox (Humber 8-6) at Cleveland (Masterson 8 6), 1205p m Oakland (G Gonzalez 9 6) at N Y Yankees (Colon 6 6), 1205 p m I A Angels (Chatwood 5 61 at Baltimore (Guthrie 4 13), 12 35 p m Seattle (Pineda 8 6) at Boston (Wakefield5 3), 12 35 pm Tampa Bay (Cobb 2 0) at Kansas City (F Paulino 1-3), 110 pm  Detroit (Porcello 9 6) at Minnesold (Liriano 6-7), 3 10 p m.  Toronto (Cecil 2 4) at Texas (Ogarulo 10 3). 7 05pm  Monday's Games L A Angels at Cleveland. 6 05 p m Seattle at N Y Yankees, 6 05 p ni Kansas City a! Boston, 6 10 p m Minrresota at Texas, 7 05 p m Detroit at Chicago White Sox, 7 10 p m Tampa Bay at Oakland, 9 05 p m  TRANSACTIONS  BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Placed OF Luke Scott on the 15-day 01 Recalled 3B Josh Bell from Norfolk (II) MINNESOTA TWINS Ai tivated RHP Scon Baker trom the 15 day DL TORONTO BLUE JAYS Designated LHP Jo Jo Reyes for assignment Selected the contract of LHP Wilffecio Ledezma from Las Vegas (PCI)  HOCKEY National Hockey League COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Signed F Vlnny Prospal to a one year contract  r AtlVciricties    ''■■//  '    Mr .ki  at»'”  com  Pick-up or Pelivery AND We Install!  HOURS: Mon-Sat 8-5:00 • Sun 10-4:00 (830) 627-8873 • 19050 1-35 S. (E«t sid.)  WIN A CHRISTMAS MARKET RIVER CRUISE IN GERMANY  NAME  BUILDING NAME ENTRY  SIREEt  (JTY  STATE  ZIP  «id • Hoy OM WoiM <JKlstiiHit Rhrtr Cralsf ^ two ii Stmonyi '  HOME PHONE  CELL PHONE  hMAIl  Coniesi Rules. 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