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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Thursday, July 7, 2011 | 7 p-  Clemens trial selecting jury  WASHINGTON (AF)  frial sifk's  ms  x)tr  Rc>^(*r Clemens' per W(‘flnt‘sday with raising the pros^xt t ot (ailing a roster ot tormer l)aseball stars as wit* nessi’s.  Clc'nKtis is act tiseil (>t lying uwler oath to the House C'lovernment Reform Committee in 2(X)8 when he (lenKxi ever using (KTformam e-rnham ing drugs fjuring his rtn orrl-setting carec'r as a major league pit(her.  gar  Cou Nation remembers its fallen  By Chris Hoffman  The Herald-Zeitunq  Sports in ((¡mal (ountv brings l.vmilit's, irit'nds and (ommunities together.  f>(>ni the 1 ittle Le.vgue and [)ee-v\('(> t( K)tl).ill tieids to the pax k('d stadiumson a f riday night in th<‘ tall this (ommu-nit\ 1)(‘( onif's on(' under the s(X)rts banner But th(* [os's ot K\'o ( anyon Higli S(htK)l standouts just (Ins ,i[)art has ( ougar Nation walking around with heav\ hearts.  "( anvon t iigh S( Ikh)I has lost not onl\ two tin(' ath letes, but two tine nu'n,"  ( amon tootball ,ind track ( oa( h Cilenn (lami*/ said, "its bard to (om(* to terms with th(‘ loss."  [ • S Marines I aiu e ( pi john I f .vri.isarid Nolan V'.rr gas w(>re l)ot(i ri.TnemlxTi'd at a ( eremoin on Tui*sdav niglit that drew A,{){){) at ( ougar Stadium to |)av tribute.  I .irias, iO, a ( anyon High School graduate and ( ougar t(K)tl)all standout, lost his lite in a tiretight on )une 28 in Atghanistan.  \atgas, 18, w'as kilk*d and two 21-vcMr-oid m.vles trom S(‘guin were sc'riously injurc'fl when tht' (ar Vargas was driving tiipp(‘d and rolli'd over in the 2S00 block ot Texas Hw\ 4Í) Soutli around () a.m. Sunday,  "It is a reallv sad day (tor ( ougar Nation»/ (lame/ said |ohn ctnd Nolan were both great kids. lh(‘v were* l)oth were hard workers and wert' lead(‘rs that kids t(x)k(‘d up to.  'Till just |)roudtoiiavehad tlie lionor oi t o<u hing them'' V'.irgas W'as a standout (ross (ountrv and trac k ath-^ let(‘ during his tenure at ( ainon.  loimer ( anyon (oac h l.c's Davis, wIk) spok(' at Tues-(ktv's tnl)ute, said that he'll rc'itK'mber Farias, .i torni(‘r (()ugar detensiv(‘ (‘ikI, tor his presence in the loc ker r(K>m and tht' ettect he had on the team.  "He xvorkcnl so Ivird to turn ■ himseli into a good t(K)tball player," I )avis said. "But it was his big smili' that that pi( ked ev(»ryonf' up.  "We've lost a true hero todav."  U S. District |ud^ Reggie Walton addressefi a key evidence issue — whether Clemc'ns former Yank(‘e teammates Andy Pc'ttitte, Chuck Krv)i)lau( h and Mike Stanton will k' al)le to testify thes gcit drugs from the same* trainer who says he provided them to (Siemens. Pr()siH utors say the testimony is c ritical to back up the allegations by trainer Brian M( Namec' under Clemens' denials .uid acc us«itions that M( Namcf is a  liar.  Walton said during a pretrial hearing Tix*sday that he ()robably wouldn't Irt the other Yankc>es testify about their drug use b(H ause it could lead the jury to impro(x*rly cone lude that ( lemens might guilty, t(K). But he said he thought al>out it overnight and thinks the tc'stimony might (x* valid if C lemens claims that M( Namc'e tri(>d to blac kmail him.  (l(»mens attorncAS indie ated Tues  day the?y plan to (»xplain that Me Namee fabricated evidence against Clemens to e'nsure' the star pifc he*r would continue employing him as a personal traincT after he* lost his job as a Yankee's trainer But Walton Cjuestionc'd why McNamee' would try to frame Cli'mens when the-re were other plas’ers who admit the*y g( >t drugs from McNamc'e and who thetrain-e?r could have blaekmaile*d.  LOTTI flV  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (7/6)  Day 9-4-9 Night 3-5-4 DAILY 4 (7/6)  Day 7-3-r-7 Night 8-S-8-2 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $7 million T/-18-30-39-48-53 (7/2) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot; $8million 19-21-22-41-47-49 (7/6)  MEGA MILLIONS (7/5) 1-10-13-18 46 MB: 19 IVIegaplier: 2  TEXAS TWO-STEP (7/4)  7 13-15-16 88:22 CASH FIVE (7/6) 3-17-21-33-34 POWERBALL (7/6)  IT-15-24-50-5Ì PB: 8 Power Play: 2  JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL BASEBALL TOURNEY  LAURA McKFNZIE ; Ht^raiü ZeiltiHLi  Canyon l.ake’s Tyler Vinson scored during tiu> first inning ot Wednesday's game against Seguin.  HAWESDOWN  Seguin eliminates Canyon Lake  By Chris Hoffman  ihe Herald Zeitung  ()nc* bad inning is all it takes to start thc' snowball rolling down the hill.  And Seguin's 12-run third c a|)-si/e‘d ( anyon l ake's c ontebac k hope's in a 20*.S five-inning loss in the I ittk' league junior Interna tional ioumamt'nt at Nc'w Braun-t(‘ls LittIc' 1 eague on Wc'dnc'sday night.  The loss eliminatc'd (’anvon I ake from the tournament.  Tyler Vinson and Nic k ( ahill l)oth scorc'd in the first inning to  giv(‘ ( .invon Like an »' irly 2-0 lead.  But that k\ul tadc'd (|uic kly.  Seguin tied the gamc' in th(' home-halt ot the tirst, and took advantiigc' ot (anyon lake mis-( uc*s to inc reas(‘ its lt\ul to six runs aftc'r two.  Se'guin scort'd six ruris on lour hits and five walks to go uj) 8-2 a IcMcl the'\ never surrendered.  ( an\on Lake had an easy ( hanc c‘ to c ut into the deficit in the third.  With one out, Cody Powell drillc'd a shot down the left-tleld  (me and (olton Avcvry hit a clou ble into center tield.  But a pair of strikc'outs strandc'd the runners.  That's when Sc'ginn's bats tcmI ly came alive.  Sc'guin scorc'd 12 runs on sev en hits, tour walks and ihrc'c' c'rrors, while sending 17 batte^rs to the plate to blow the game opc'n wMth a 20-2 le\ul.  Witli the win, Sc'guin will face unde'featc'd New Brauntels at 7 [).m. tonight in the championship finale^  Astros beat Pirates, end five-game slicie  THE EXTRA POMT  Smithson Valleÿs: Connor Snoga  PITTSBURGH (AP)  Hunter Pence had thrc‘e hits, inc luding an KHl singl(> during a fiv(>-run sixth inning, and the I iouston Astros snappc'd a live-game losing streak with an 8-2 vic tory ovc‘r tlie Pittsburgh Pirate>s on Wc'dnesday night.  I Iouston took the tield Ic'ss than ‘H) minutes aftc'r the com kision ot a team mc>eting that lasteel an hour and 15 minutes. The Astros had lost 10 ot 1 I and were ()-24 sine e lune \ and have the majors' w'ojrst record (.U)-  58).  Alter ( harlie Ntorton limitc'd Houston to three hits over the first five innings, sc'ven ot the eight l)att('rs who lace'd him in tlvc' sixth reac he'd.  Bud Norris (5-(>) allowed two runs over sevc»n innings to win for th(' tirst time in five' starts.  A day alter climbing four game's c)ver .500 this latc' in a sc'ason lor the' first time in I years, the Pirate'S (45-42) fe'll back into tlrird place in the Nl ( c'ntrc»! by losing tor the first time' in four games.  ARLINGTON (AP)  Ak'xi Ogando allowe'ci four hits over sc'ven innings in Ills last start be'lorc' the All-Star l)reak as the k'xas Rangers compU>ted a three'-game swe*ep ot the Baltimore Orioles with an Li-5 victory on We'dne's-day night.  Ogando broke a tie with ('olby I c'wis and Wilson to take over the te*am lead in wins, turning in his se'cond consc'c iitive eMfe'ctive outing after losing thre'e straight starts.  Baltimore starter leremy Cluthrie(;M I) gave up fc)ur runs in the first and allowe'ci six runs and eigfit  Ogando, Napoli help Rangers rout Orioles  n,sh  ótiáo'l  KAN ZOM « SPORTS ON TV  MENSCOUiGE BASKFTRAIJ Tfxity AUTO RACING 5pm  SPEED NASGAR, Truck ¡ìoIb quahfymQ for UNOH 22*i, at Sijnfa Ky 7 pm  SPEED NASCAR, True^ UNOH 225. at Sparta, Ky  CYCUNG 7 am  VERSUS Tour di; ffanr 0 Dmari to Lisieux, France GOLF 8 30am TGC European PGA Totif S Open, first rourid, at Inverna ,  7p m  TGC PGA Tour, .John Otji-'» '.' issir first round., at Silvis, III 6 pm.  ESPN? USGA U S Won PII s Open Championship, first rnuti.d I.!  Springs  MAJOR LEAGUE BASFBAI L Noofi  MLB Colorado at Atlant.i 6pm  FOXSW Houston at Fii" ' <  6 pm  WGN Chicago Cuhs at V. ' ‘'itnn SOCCER 1(^45 a m,  ESPN FIFA, Womsn's W I'W Cup, Group D, Equatorial Gunifia v B'a/il ESPN? FIFA, Women's \\ )ii'* f.-ip Group 0, Australia vs, Nr'fv- .t,  130pm  ESPN FIFA, Wonien's V,' !"'t Tup, Group C, Sweden vi. U S ESPN? FIFA Wonien's W'-.r) ( Ciip, Group C, North Korrsa vs C '.fntiia  rODA^N MOlîKS LANCE GL met  Former Canyon Hiqh School standiiut Lance Borkman now a rigtitfieldei vx tl; the St Louis Caidinals, vvent 0 tor 2 vs Cincinnati on Wednesday Hp IS batting 292 this season  MLB STANDINGS     National Leagup East Division W L    Pet    GP      i Philadelphia    m          Atlanta [û ^    b91    3      j New York 44    .51?    10      Washington 4‘. - >    bn    10      Florida 39 -ii.    148    15      Geritisi Division W 1    Pet    GP      St Louis 4/ ’.ij    ‘40          Milwaukee 4t;    b/'-’    1      Pittsburgh î.    îvi ;    2      Cincinnati 4>    49.4    4      Chi ta go , ‘ ’        12      Houston o'        1/      West DiVis /n W L    Pet    GP      San Francisco 4t    bb-          An./ona 4; 4!    b3J    1      Colorado 4 ; lb    4/1    7      San Diego 40 ii    4t)(l    B      Los Angeles 3. ' .        11      Wednesday s Results          Milwaukee 3, Aivona 1 Waslnngtort 5, Chicagi.'    •J          Houston 8, Pittsburgh Atlanta 9, ColotiKlo 1 Floiida 7, Philadelphia +> H'    ii> "1.;          Cincinnati at St louis, m1" N Y Mets at 1 A Dodgt'; - ■              San Diego at San F1 an. j .              Today s Games Colorado (Nicasio 3 i ' ■'              (THudson 7-6), 12 Of) p . Chicago Cubs (Gat/1 4    it          Washington (I Hpinai.rl.‘. '•    dt 6 !■    P 111      Houston (Ha|if) 3 101 1    .iiidii !    H.inil      0 3), 6 10 p ni  Cincinnati (H Bailey ■ i    .t MH'.    . mlipp      i^arveson 5 5), 7,10 p n-Anzona(J Saunders'j /i    •it Si    hmis      (McClellan 6 5),7 15 pn N Y Mets (Gee a 21 I /    . UiiiUit’is      (KershawS 4), 9IOpiii San Diego (Luebke .'1    fSai'          Francisco IZito 2 1), Sib)) n Friday's Games          Atlanta at Philadelphia, (i Ob p m          Chicago Cubs at Pittsb< ijh    6 Ob 1    1 'II      Colorado at Washingtui t)              Houston at Fionda, 6 Id .. r. Cincinnati at Milwaukf,'c 1 IÜ p m          Ari/ona at St Louis, 7 lb p in.          San Diego at L A Dodyt is.    9 lO (I in      N Y Mets at San Fiaiu 1    9 lb i    ' in     New York Boston Tampa Bay Tofonto Baltimore  hits in live innings as he took ovc'r the' AL k'ad in iosse's.  Mike' Napoli had a thre'e'-run homc'r while' the Rangers broke' the game open w ith a tour-run s(«v-c'nth. Mic liael Young and Ne'lson (ruz aly > haci three' KBls f( »r Lexas.  Young score'd Kvice, giving him <^>58 runs fc)r his caree'r, tying Ratael l\vlmeiro for the Range'rs record.  Baltimore st.irter lere'my Guthrie (i-t I) gave up lour runs in the first <md allowc^d six runs and c'lght hits ii> live innings,  Cleveland Detroit Chicago Minnesota Kansas City  American league East Division  W L    Pet  ill 34    600  '.I I .ib    b9'.i  •Jii 39    5R.'  4: 46    an  4g    .4^4 Central Division  W L    Pet  4t> 39    541  4b 42    h23  43 4b    489  GB  4  10  14  GB  Texas  Los Angeles  Seattle  Oakland  3()  West Divisiun W I  4/ 4 41- 4, 13 5  44,. 8  I 414  Pet  f>34  441  GB  8  Tuesday s Results Tampa Bay 12, Minne.- : i*'  Kansas City 4, Cliicay» '..'iiUti S.!* 1 Detroit 5, L A Angels 4 Oakland 2. Seattle 0 Cleveland 5, N Y, Yanl.i’r Boston 6, Toronto 4 Texas 13, Baltimore 5  Today s Games Tampa Bay (Nieniann, 3 4) .it N V Yankees (Colon 6 3), t' 0‘i )i ui  Toronto IC.Villanutn.i b I) at Cifvolnittl (McAllister 0 0), fi Ob p n>  Baltimoie (Airietii 9 ') .ti ti (A Miller 2 01,6 10 pm  Oakland (Harden I IH ,u fexar:  (D Holland 6 41, TM p m  Detroit (Scher/ei 9 11 K.uis i ('ity (OuffYl-3),7 10 pm  Minnesota (Pavano !i t.i) iit Cli>: igo White Sox (Humher H 4' / 10 p lu Seattle (Fister 3 9) .il I h (Weaver 10-41,9.0‘)( I,  Ftiday stijjnBS Tampa Bay at N Y Yanl ohs, 6 O') f in Toronto at Cleveland, I' 0‘i p m Baltimore at Boston, 6 It) p ni.  Oakland at Texas, 7 Ofi m in Dettort at Kansas City, 1 10 p n Minnesota at Chicago VVinttr' S * 1 p nt. Seattle at LA Angel 9flb(,!ii  For breaking news, sports seores, weattier, traffic and niid day updates,.follow us on Twitter ©NewBraunfelsHZ  Loam wliats in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts. 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