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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Smithson Valley’s Will Blanchard  ers on error  -- 0 0   ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)  Irrrd Wc.ivcr won a riveting (hid v\ ith lellow All Star ( I, Wilson and the - Angeles Angels < <inverted an error In lex.is < enter f ielder I ndv ( ha\ <v into an unearn run, beating the K. ,ers I -0 on Wednesda\ and moving within three g.imt's ot the \l West lea< lers.  Weaver * 1 i 4 ► sc altered s«‘ven hits in seven plus innings and stiu« k out six to v\m his seventh  COLLEGE PARK, Ga.  NFL cancels Hall of Fame game  \t I ( ornmissioner Roger ( loodell savs the I tall iit Iarne game between St louisand ( hi( ag(> h. >een < an ( eled despitf nwims vot mg m I,nor i>t a tentativi*  deal to end the h « ki nit pending ~~ plaver  and Bears onginalK^  then training  Assnclated P f f‘ the Malí ot f ,tme game t< i < )¡ X'll the preseas» sf In ile i hi Aug. ~ in ( antt>n, < >hit>.  ( itXidei! savs ihtirs(I, that the Mall <»I (ame indili iion i erenn>mes w ill gt » t m as planned but savs the time is |ust tt h » sh<»rt to have ie teams prepare tind pla\ the game as si heduled  ATLANTA  Jordan, Magic and Bird on cover of new NBA 2K12’ game  Shis time, Mil hael |or dan won I I) the oilK one to t 11\  r  a ..’k S|)iirts has ketb, I video game.  [he gam tom i iv annoum ed on Ilmrsday that !> \ I i a 11 i »I I amers Miigu Johnson, I arrv Bird and lordiin will e tea-tured in throe separate < overs on the Iront ot "NBA 2k I J the latest mstallnit'nt tit the i)est sell-in basketball v i< ■<> game train hise  I hi - upt i mnng NBA Jk i J” is expei ted to gt i t mi sale ( )< t 4  DETROIT  Pistons to offer coaching job to Frank  A j»erst>n tamiliar with the sitii.ith hi savs tin*  I )(‘troit hst<ins will i)tter  I    aw rent e I rank their  II    iat hing position ithin tw< ) dav s.  I lie pt >t -,< hi spt >kt to I he Assi k iatefI I’ress on « onditi« Hi < it am hiv mitv Iliurs-t lav night be( ause tlie t( am isn t ( iHiimentmg t hi its sear« h [ he otter was first report In Yahoo 1  Sj X jrts.  ► TEXAS LC TERY  PICK 3 (7/21)  Day 7 7 6 Night 7 05 DAILY 4 (7/21)  Day 3 3-7-5 , ¿«{5 • Night 6 3 4 1  UUi,tHY  SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot Si t million  1    8 14-35-43 50 (7/16) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $12million  2    / 19-28 36 51 (7/20)  MEGA MILLIONS (7/19) 2-9 10 16-35 MB: 40 Megaplier: 4  TEXAS TWO STEP (7/21)  11 19-22-31 BB: 14 CASH FIVE (7/21)  4-7 31-32-33 POWERBALL (7/20)  1 4-38-40 42 PB: 17 Power Play 4  straight decision and reduce his major league best ERA to 181 the lowest ever by an Angels pit< tier through his first 2 I starts ot a seas«m The Angels won the rubber game ot the three game set one dav alter rallv mg trom a live run detii it to end the Rangers' I 2-game w inning streak Weaver matt bed his win total ot last vear. allowing fewer than thr(*e runs tor the seventh straight outing  and giving a muc h-needed boost to a pit« hing staff that had surrendered up 24 runs over its previous three games. The right-hander's biggest out by t.ir was in the sixth, when ho strut k out Mitt h Moreland on «i 2-2 pit« h with the bast's loaded and pun« hed the air with his fist  Manager Mik«' Scioscia lifted Ins ace after Elvis Andrus led off the eighth with a singl« 1  on  Weaver's I 22nd pit« h. S< «»tt Downs retired the next three batters and All-Star rookie Jordan Walden got three* outs in the ninth tor his 2 Srd save in 29 «hances, breaking the Angels' rookie record set by Immi Tatum in I ‘> — the first season that saves be« ame an offit ial statist!« .  Wilson 110-4) held the Angels to just two hits over eight innings, stru« k out eight and walked one.  NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE LOCKOUT  f tit 1  photo  NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces that Nf L owners have agreed to a tentative agreement that would end the lock out. pending player approval, on Ihursday The NR players end the conference call without a v hi the new deal  riFT AV nv PAMF  UILIjAI Ur IjiUyiEj  Owners approve deal, players end meeting without vote  COLLEGE PARK, Ga. (AP)  I owners overvvhelmingK approved a tt ntalive agreement llmrsdav tl ould end the Itk kout provided that plavers re-tal>1 ish their union and sign oil on the proposal lint ie players didn't vote, leav mg the 11 iiintrv's most pt)j)ular sport in limbo tor at least antither dav ()wn« i rs and plavers I i let I to set 1  eye to e on mu« h ot , thing ti >r months, so perhaps the wav llmrsdav s events u »Itled shouldn't have t ome as a sur-prist 1   At alit >ut 7 |) in., ow tiers voted > I -0 th«‘ ( )akland Raideis abstained — to OK the deal, pending players' approval. Soon after, the league issued a press rvlease .mnount mg: "\l I < lubs approved tod.n the terms of a  i omprehensive settlement < litigation and a new 10-war t ol-let live bargaining agre« i m< iit with the Nil Players \ssoi lation."  I ess than an hour later, Ni l I’A  [ -----v ] head DeMauri« e  iSmith sent an email | to team reps sav ing: "Issues that need to be « ollet tively bargained remain open; oth- Smith     et issues, such as  workers' tompen sation, e< ononm issu«*s and end oi deal terms, remain unresolved. I here is no agreement between the Nf I and the players at thi\ lime."  And then the players held a t onferen« e call an«J «I« 1 « ided not to take a vote, saying they had not seen th< full proposal approved  In owners ( t tmmissioner Rt >ger (.<» x ltd I spt )k(> on tlie pin me sewral tunes rhursday with Smith, iih luding tilling him in on the results of the vote before it was annoum ed But sewral plawrs took to Tw it ter, exprt'ssing oppositum to the proposal. Pittsburgh Ste«'lers sale-tv Ryan ( lark wrote: "The ovvnt'rs want u to belu've that they have been extiemelv fair Herwvhere an« 1 this is their 'olive bran« h' to finalize it.  The four-month lockout is the Nil's first work stoppage sin« e 1987.  Providing plavers eventuallv approve the agreement, team fa« ilities would open Saturday and the new league year would begin Wednesday.  Alamodome still in Cowboys’ future  Andy Schleck wins 18th stage of Tour  From staff reports  DALLAS  Fans ot the Dallas Lowboy s are all asking the same question.  Are the (lowboys coming to San Antonio tor training < amp?  At cording to the Dallas Morning News, the < owboys are tentatively s« heduled to open their training«amp at the Alamodome in San Antonio on lulyl 28.  Reports are that the  1  owboys sent team offi-(ials down to San Anto nio on Thursday to tie up  some loose ends in regards to the training ( amp.  Dallas is in the fifth and final year of a r«*nt free lease agreement with the Alamodome.  (he team has yet to determine where they will hold training camp in the future.  I he collet tive bargin-ing agreement was ratified by th«> NFL owners, but wasn't voted on by the players on Thursday night.  A vote is expected by the players on the ( BA as early as today.  LE MONET1ER-LES-BAINS, France (AP)  Andy Schleck won the 18th Stage ot the T< >ur de Fran« e in a dazzling solo breakway attack in the Alps on Thursday, while Thomas Voe< kler barely held t>nto the overall leader's yellow jersev.  Schleck attacked his main rivals on the so« ond of three grueling «limbs and led all the way up 14.2 miles to the highest-altitude finish in the race's 108-year history on the fabled Galibier pass.  French cyclist Voet kler was 2:21 behind, keep-  ing his overall lead In a mere I '> set onds from Andy St hie« k. Frank Schlet k is third overall,  1:08 back. Three-time t hampion Alberto Conta-dor was the day's bigg« st loser, trailing in I "»th place i:50 behind.  Frank Schleck was set -ond on Thursday behind his brother, trailing by 2 minutes, 7 set onds, and Cadel Evans of Australia was thirtl over the 125-mile route from Pinerolo.  Overall, Contador trails Voeckler by 4>I4 in seventh place.  FAN ZONE SPORTS ON TV  MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL Today CYCUNG 7 «.m  SPFFD — Formula One, practice for Grand Prix of Germany 4 p.m.  SPFf D NASCAR, Truck Series, pale qualifying for Lucas Deep Clean 200  7    p.m.  SPEED NASCAR,Truck Series, Lucas Deep Clean 700, at Lebanon, Tenn BOXING  8    p.m.  FSPN? — Super middleweights, Kevin Engel 118-4-0! vs Anthony Dirrell (7? 0 01 CYCUNG  7    a.m.  VERSUS — Tour de France, stage 19. Modane-Valfn>|iis to Alpe d Hue/  GOLF  8    a.m.  TGC European PGA Tour, Nordea Masters, second round, at Stockholm 11 am.  FSPN2 — The Senior British Open Championship, second round 11 30 am  TGC - Nationwide Tour Children s Hospital Invitational, second round 2 p.m  TGC PGA Tour, Canadian Open, second round at Vancouver, British Columbia 5:30 p.m  TGC IPGA, Evian Masters, second round, at Evian les Bams, France MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 1:20 p.m  FOXSW — Houston at Chicago Cubs 7 p.m  FOXSW — Toronto at Texas SOFTBALL 7 p.m  f SPN — Women s World Cup, round robin Australia vs United States TENNIS 3p.m  ESPN2 - ATP Atlanta Championships, quarterfinal, at Nor cross, Ga 6 pm  FSPN? - ATP Atlanta Championships quarterfinal, at Norcross, Ga  TODA'l VS SCORES LANCE GLANCE  Former Canyo gh Schoc standout Lance Berkman now  a rightfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, went 1 for 4 m a 6 7 win over the Mets ori ' hutsday He is bat ting 285 tins season  MLB STANDINGS  National League East Division  W L    Pet GB  Philadelphia    61 36    629  Atlanta    68 41    SB6 4  New York    49 4')    600 12  Washington    48 60    490 13  Florida    4: 62    476 16  Central Division  W L    Pet GB  Milwaukee    63 46    536  Pittsburgh    61 46    631  St Louis    61 4/    620 1  Cioi innatt    48 60    490 4  C igo    39 60    394 14  Houston    33 66    337 19  West Division  W L    Pet GB  San Francisco    6/ 47    576  An/ona    57 46    631 4  Colorado    4/ 57    475 10  San Diego    44 65    444 13  Lo< geles    43 65    439 13  Thursday's Results  San Diego 5 Flonda St I ouis 6, N Y Mets 2 Atlanta 9, Colorado 6 Milwaukee at An/ona, late Today's Games Houston (Norris 5-61 at Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 6-5), 1 70 p m San Diego (Luebfce 3-3) at Philadelphia (Hamels 11 6), 6 05 p m St Louis (C Carpenter 6 7) at Pittsburgh (Maholm 6 9), 6 05 p m Atlanta (Jurrjens 12 3) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 7 8) 6 10 pm N Y Mets (Pelfiey 5-9) at Florida (Volstad 6 8), 6 10 p m  Colorado ¡A Cook 0 5 it Arizona (L) Hudson 10 51, 8:40 p m Washington (tannan 6 6) at L A Dodgers (Kuroda 6-11 9 10 p m Milwaukee (Marcum 8 3) at San Francisco (Cam 8-5), 9 15 p m  American League East Division W L  Boston    59 37  New York    51 39  Tampa Bay    52 45  Toronto    50 49  Baltimore    39 56  Central Division W L  Detroit    57 46  Cleveland    51 46  Chicago    4/ 51 .480 5  Minnesota    46 67 469 6  Ka sasl    40 68 .408 17  West Division  W L Pet GB Texas    56 43 566  I os Angeles    63 46 . 535 3  Oakland    43 55 .439 12  Seattle    43 55 .439 12  Pet    GB  .616    —  594    ?  536    1 •  505    IO',  .411    19/;  Pet    GB  531  576    > 480  469  Thursday's Results  Toronto 7, Seattle 5 L A. Angels 1, Texas 0 Tampa Bay 7, N Y. Yankees 1 Detroit 6, Minnesota 2  Today's Games Chicago White Sox (Floyd 7 9) at Cleveland (C Carrasco 8 /), 6:05 p m L A Angels (E.Santana 4-8) at Baltimore (Simon 2-2), 6 05 p.m.  Oakland (Cahill 8-8) at N Y. Yankees (PHughes 1 7), 6:05 p.m  Seattle (F.Hemande/ 8-8) at Boston (Lackey 78), 6:10 p.m Toronto (Jo Reyes 5 7) at Texas (C Lewis 9-7), 7 05 p.m.  Detroit (Scherzer 10-5) at Minnesota (Duensing 7-7), 7:10 p.m.  Tampa Bay (W Davis 7-6) at Kansas City (Hochevar 5-8), 7:10 p m.  For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and rnid day updates, follow us on Twitter ©NowBraunfelsHZ  RH  Learn what's in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan.  Receive the Herald-Zeitung e-newsletter in your e-mail box each morning herald-z0itung.com. Click'Herald Zeitung Mailing list'   

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