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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 m»  ^labiiiNfcBcai tvv    é,»A,  61 Tuesday, July 12, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  Cano hits té win at Derby  PHOENIX (AP) — Robinson ( iino outslu^ed Adrian Conzak'z to win the AlTstar Honx' Run Per-by that turrK'd into a YankeeS'Red Sox shovvdovvn, even through his Boston rival made the biggest splash at ( hase Field.  B.itting last and Ix'ing pit( htnl to b\ his tath(>r, Cano detealed Gon-/ale/ 12-11 in the tinals Monday night after they eat h hit 20 home runs through two rouncis.  Again highlighting the dangers of try ing to catch a ball at a big league ballpark, a fan standing on a table above the pool dec k, I<(m-th Carmickle of suburban Kingman, fell over trying to catch a Princ e Fieldc'r homc'r. The tan was grabbed by his i)rother lic'fore going all the' way ovt‘r, whc're h(' couici havi' fallen about 20 feet, and was dangling t)y his fcx't when he was f)ullecl bac k up.  "I stef)ped u[) on the tal)le, I missed the ball by 2 or \ feet and went over,” he said, "We caught three l)alls and I told the guys I was going to go for the cycle, v holdinii  Dude, they were really onto mc'."  Last week, a i9-year-old fan, Shannon Stone* died while trying to catch a ball thrown into the stands at a Rangers game in Arlington.  ( armickle's brcither grablx*d his arms and Aaron Nelson of Chan-dlc’r held his legs,  ( armickle said he wasn't worried while he was dangling.  Cion/alez hit ball that wound up in the swimming f)ool in right field — .vlong with Mikc' McM)n, a 2f)-year-old fan who c aught the ball before' falling into the water, whc’re h(> was surrounded by biki-ni-c lad women.  Hilston, Hill named to Texas Sports Writers All-State teams  From staff reports  Smithson Valley’s Matt flilsion and ( anvon's Tan-lu'r Hill w'C're among sev-('tdl ( om.il ('ount\ ()layc‘rs n.tnic'd to llie Texas S[)orts Writers Association's All-si.iic learns on Sunday,  I tdsion a senior outtic'id-er pile her, was a ( lass 4A iirst te.irn seiec tion attc'r le.uling the Kangc'rs to tin’ Kt'^ion l\ 4A sernitinals .illet batting ,40^ with a sin-glc-season s(,h(M)l record 1 ^ home runs 4S RBls and S2 hits, while gc)ing ")-l with a M 4 ERA on the mound for Smithson Valiev.  t lill was namcnl ( lass 4A sf‘( ond-te.\m all-state aftc'r (I'll' junior ( ate her battc'd ^ with irinc' home runs, 42 KBIs, scorcnl 47 runs 14 (loulilc's tor the' ( ougars ttiis sc'asofi.  joining Hill is Canyon ihird basf'inan Mu lamc's .itul oiitlieldc'r ('hris Kodrigue/, who were honor,ii)le mention.  In ( lass -)A, Ncnv Braun-tels shortstop Ral[)h Gar/a w.is named honor.ible mc'n-iton.  Ryu wins U.S. Women’s Open  COLORADO SPRINGS. (AP)  As she' stood on the 18th green drc'nc heel in champagne, holding a Irophv and wearing ,\ milc'-wtde smile, there* was no doulit al>out it: SoYc'on Rvu is the brightest st.ir on <i South Korean golt rosU'r th<it has more'than its sii.irc' ol them.  The> 2 I vc'ar-oiel won the ( S. Womens Open on Mondav, tirst with a birdie on No. IH that tied heT Korc'an nval, Hc'c' K\ung Seo, the'n with a shotmaking ( linie over a tiiree-hole [)layo|f te) be‘at Sc‘o by thre*e sliots.  It was the lat(‘st —- and most e>m|)hatic statc'mc'nt about the pec king ordc'r of w ome-n s goll in South Korc'a, whcTC' tlie* sport's st.irs turn into the* ( ountry's K ons ,ind Sc* ki Pak is cilreadv a legend at age* ^ C  VVhi'ri I was started golt, Se Ki P,tk w'on the* IJ.S, \Vome*n s Ope>n tournament, so ihis tournament is rf'allv spe‘( i.il tor me," Rvu s.iirl.  Starting on the' 1 ()th hole, Rvu pl.i\e*d the* thre'e-hole )layott in 2-unde*r ()<ir, .ill )ut sc'aling it whe*n she* hit tlire'e perfect shots to the gre*e'n on the par-S 17th and made tlie* putt lor a l)irdic' w'hiie' Se*o drove* into a l )unke*r and had to scramble tor boge'y,  lor good measure, Ryu hit her ap|)roac h on 1H to tour feet for another birdie, which s|)arkeel a cham-(jagnc'-spraying c c'lebration on the' 18th green. Pak was among the South Korc'an ( onfinge*nt that ran c)ut to douse Ryu in her glow-in-lfie* (lark orange snirt and c a().  JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL EAST/WEST PUYOFFS  CHRIS HOFFMAN 1 HcMkl Zeituiui  New Braunfels' Dane Perry struck out eight batters in a 23-9 rout ol Yoakum in ttie Junior International piayoffs on Monday night.  NB routs Yoakum in 2nd series game  By Chris Hoffman  I tie Herald-Zeitung  Matt McC'tehe*e* and lack M<vrtin providc'd the* [)ower, and 1 ).uic' Pc'rry was c kite h on the mound in leading New Braunfels to 2 C‘» rout ol Yoakum in the' lunior lnte*r-national EastM^est pl.iyoft game* at New Brauntels Little Lc'aguc' Field on Monday night.  The* win evc'ns the l)e'st-of-thrc*e series, as New Braunte*is re'l)ound-c'cl from an c'rror-fillc'd 10-4 loss in Game I on Sunday  Tlie* c ham[)ionship tinale is at 7 p.m. tonight at luling High School.  "We* made a lot less errors tonight fthan c)n Sunday)," NB coach Mike I ox said. "I think we ( amc* out llat (in (iame l i .hhI thc'y jurnpc'd on us. I think we turne'd the table's on the*rn tonight.  .IS thev made a tew unch.iracte'r islic C'rrors,  "Don't get me' wTong. Yoakum IS d good tc'am, and we*'re going to have* to duplic .ite our perform <ince it we're going to move on.  The* g.trne was c lose* in the e.ir-ly going, with the' score' lied 4-4 attc'f two innings ,ind New' Braun-telshc'ld a two-run Iciid heading into the' tifth,  The tilth is whe*n Ne*w Braun le*ls puile*el away; as Martin and Me Gc*he'c‘ c'ac h liad two-run dou-bk's, as tlie home team doublc'd-upYo.tkum 14-7.  Martin ignite*cl a seven-run c'xplosion in the' seve*nth with a thee-run shot into left, while Mc Ck'hc'e' drove' in two more runs a home* run ol his own to put the c'xclamation point on tfie victory. McCiC'hee w'c*nt ,S-lor-5 with  thre*e doul)k‘s ,ind six RBls, while* M.irtin wc'nt 2-tor 5 with live RBls and lord.in Martinez drove' in four runs to k'ad Ne*w Brauntels at the» plate.  Perry g.ne another stc'llar per-lormancc* by giving u() |ust five hits, one w.ilk and struc k out nine' through ]/’) Innings tor Nc'w Brauntels.  SOFTBALL  Halletsville 1 C New Braunfels I; Flalk'tsville pile heel a one-hit-te*r and Nc'w Brauntels c ommittc'd five errors in a M-l loss in the lunior International East/WesI c hampionshij) game on Monday night.  New Brauntels, who lost 12-7 on Sund.iy, is eliminatc'd from the' post season.  Lawyers in NFL abor dispute meet  Hundreds attenc Rangers fan fuñera  NEW YORK(AP)  I ess than two wee*ks betore* some* training (amf)s are* sche'duk'd to open, the* NFl re*mains in labor limbo,  Lawyc'rs for the two sides mc't Monday in New York to e larify language* trorn fvrc'vious dis-( ussions.  Sevc'r.il issue's are close' to rc'soiution, the most signifie.int being the split of total re*venue's bc'twc'c'n owners and pl.iyc'rs.  But sn.igs involving a rookie' wage sc ale, fre*e agency rules and i)enc*fits  for re*tire*d playe*rs have* slowc'd the proc c'ss. While the le.igue's negotiators hojx' thc'y can m'sent a nc'W colk'ctive )arg.iining agrc'c'nvc'nt to all the* owners at thc'ir July 2 I mcvting in AtI.inta, not striking a dc'al l)e'U)rc' thc'n figure's to c a use postpone mc'nt c)f the* start ol training c amps, and probably cancellation of the Flail of f ame game Aug. 7 in ( anton, Ohici.  Ihe St. louis Rams and Chicago Bears are the te*ams set to play in that g*inie.  BROWNWOOD(AP)  Shannon Sterne loved joking around with his |)als, Ele loved giving nicknames to his colleagues. And he loved bc'ing a fireman, the job he'd wantc'd since' he* was a kid.  Yc't what this tall, smiling 59-year-old loved most were basel)all and his family espt'cially his i)-ye'ar-okl son, C'ooper.  So the fac t Stone died while taking Coopc'r to a Tc'xas Rangers ^ame — and, worse still, while rc'ac hing to c atcli a l)ase-  THE EXTRA POINT  Smithson Valley’s Mark Madden  Hurt stars show up in Arizona  PHOENIX(AP)  Much is being made of the big names ansent from this year's All-Star game, yet some who are hurt came anyway to show their support.  Take lose Reyes of the New York Mets, who says he has lieen hurt three of the four timc*s he' has made the All-Star team, but has ce)me to the game eac h time.  Or Philadelphia's Shane Vic torino. He wifhdre'w be'c ause ot injury but felt a spe'c iai obligation to show up Ix'causc* he was the final player c hosen for the NL tc'am out five in an online vote by fans.  Several other All-Star selections who won't play made the trip, some' of them injured, some ineligible bc'cause they pitc hed on Sunday,  But some of the biggc'st names are no-shovvs, most notably Derek |e‘te'r of the Nc'w York Yankc'c's, who has had a call injury but was we'll enough to go S for S and get his },()00th hit with a dramatic home run on Saturday.  |etc*r clc'c idt*d not to make the' cross-countr\ tri[) to the' de*sert.  For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and rnid day updates, fottow us on Twitter ONewBraunfelsHZ  Wi  Learn yi/tiat's in tdfnorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts, Bec()nie a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan.  ball thrown by the boy's tavorite player, |osh Fianrilton — was hardly mentioned during his memorial service Monday. Instead, the foe us was on how much joy he brought to so many pc'o-[)le, and he' was laid to rc'st with alt the k)rmality of a firefighter who died in the* line of duty.  "Thc'y really really c a()-tured the essence of what he was — a rc'ally good guy with a good sense of humor," said johnson County Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Russek II.  Receive ttie Heraid-Zeitung e morning; herald-zeitung.cofn.  PHOENIX (AP)  Halladay and Weaver to start in All-Star game  Philade'lphia's Roy H.illa-clay will start for the National League in tonight's All-Star game against the' los Angelc's Angc'ls' lered Wc'aver. (7 p.m. on FOX)  The Nl batting order has \\ilwauke*e's Rickie We'eks k'ading oft and playing sc'c -ondt)ase, lolknved b\ des-ignatc'd hitter ( ark)S Bc'ltran ol the Mc'ts, i3odgers c c'nter tic'Icler Matt Kemp, Milwaukee first baseman Prince Fielder, Atlanta c atcher Brian Mc( tinn, St. Fouis right lielder Fance Bc*rkman, ( ar-dinals left fic'ldc'r Matt Elol-liday, (olorado shortstop Froy Tulow'itzki and Cine in-nati third baseman Scott Rolen.  TheAl has Yankc'c's c c'nter lielder C urtis Granderson leading off, tollowed l)y ( leveland shortstop Asdrubal Cabre*ra, Boston first liaseman Adrian Gon-/alez, Toronto right fic*kler lose Bautista, Texas left fic'ld-e*r |c)sh EHamilton, Rangers thirdl).ise*man Adrian Be*ltre, Boston designatc'd hitter D.ivid Ortiz, Yankc'es sc'c-ond baseman Robinson ( ano and E)etroit c ate her Alc'X Avila.  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and ptiotos. Email them to sports® herald-zeitung.com  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (7/9)  Day 0-9-1 Night 3-9-9 DAILY 4 (7/9)  Day 3-1-4-3 Night 5-8-9-5 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot; $9 million 22-24-30-42-46-48 (7/9) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $8mi|lion 19-21-22-41-47-49 (7/6)  MEGA MILLIONS (7/8) 1-2-22-37-50 MB; 45 IVlegaplier; 3  TEXAS TWO-STEP (7/7)  1-5-17-22 BB: 25 CASH FIVE H7/9) 4-14-25-29-34 POWERBALL (7/9)  1-9-11-23-31 PB: 6 Power Play; 3  -newsletter in your e-mail box each Click ‘Herald-Zeitung Mailing List'  lon^HV   

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