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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 61 Wednesday, August 3, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  Bryant comfortable with Cowboys  SANANTONO(AP)  A week into Dalliis Cowboys fratning tanif), Dez Brv'ant is even,-where,  ( atthing (it*ep f>asses. Returning f)unts Taking passes and punts into the end zone with his arms up drawmg loud ovations from thousands ot adoring tans, many wearing his \o. 88.  Nov\ hes talking to Miks Austin, getting pointers on tex hnique. He's giving Austin (X)inters on strutting in the end zone. He surprises him  self by helping rookies und( rstand what to do on certain routes.  After a bizarre year on and off the field — make that, sever* a I such years — Bryant couldn't be more comfortable. The in|ury that cut short his r(K)kie season has healed, the Cow1k)vs have carved a spot for him m the starting lineup and, lx*st  Bryant  of all, he's controversy -tree.  He's also working hard to ket'f) it that way.  Bryant is a f)henom(*nal talent who's l)een mostK a tease* btn au»^^ something alwavs gets in the wav, often of his ow n doing.  He'‘< made headline’s for his mother's formc'r line ot emplov-ment, for not carrying an older teammate's shoulder pads tor wearing sagging pants at an upscale mall and for tailing to [)av  the bills on excessive jewelry pur-c liases. And that's just the* last 1 S months.  Brv'ant is trying t< ■ bring the fcK us back to what hc^ tan do once a f(K)tl)all gc'ts into his hands.  In 12 games last season, Bryant c aught 4S passes tor S61 \ards and si\ louc hdow'ns,  By all accounts, he's clc'aning up th(> issues in his ¡xTsonnel life and he‘'s embracing his role as a ke*v member of the e)tfense  HOUSTON  Texans WR «lohnson hurt in practice  Houston Texans All-Pro recc'iver Andre johnson has le’tt morning practice w ith a disloe ated lent inde‘X finge-r.  SPORTS  ated P'  lohnson was running  _ a slant route*  I in an indi-i|||i|||^ I vidual drill Tuesda\ and leape*el to catc h a pass, vMth rookie-corne>rbae k Roc  ( armie h.icI dc'te-ndmg. lohnson couldn't make' the* cati h .ind e ame* down shaking his left hand. He' took !)fi his glove' and w,)lk(*d to the side'line*, v\he*re* a tr<iine*r e*\<imine‘d him  ( o<K h (i.irv kul)iak did n( )t know the* se*ve'ritv ot lohnson's in)ur\ atte*r the morning prae tic e* [-5ut he* uas hope-tul that lohnson VNould be re'adv lor the attcrncjoD workeiut  NEW YORK  NBA takes legal action against players  The NBA has filed an untair labor practice e harge* and a tc'deral lav\ suit against the NBA Pl.iv-e>rs Assoe uition, ae e using tlie pla\e*rs (it tailing to bargain "in good taith" and i)f "impermissible pre*ssurc‘ ta( tie s" m lal)or talks.  rhe* c l.iims were* tiled Tueseku.  rhf* unt.iir labor prae tie e*  ( harge w<is tiled with the* National I abor Re*lations Be)ard. It ac c usc*s the pla\ -crs ot making "unLiwtur threats to bre*ak up their union and pursue* an iintitrust lawsuit ag.iinst thi‘ NBA .) strateg\ usc*d tins sear b\ NF l ()layers te) tight the*ir l(K,ke)Ut,  AKRON, Ohio  Woods returns to Firestone after break  Tiger W oods savs his health is as good .is it's i)ee*n in \e<irs as he* returns to golt.  Woejcls has bee*n gone* trom the* P( i,A Te)ur for ne'arly three months. He m,ike*s his re*turn to cejnv petition tins wee*k at the* Bridgc*stone' Invit.itional, a World (jolt ('hampionship that he* has won a re*c ord seven times. He* showc*(l up luesdav morning at (l.iwn for nine* hole*s ot prai tie e*.  Woods says his e'xpe*( ta lions htiven't e hange*d and that he still expc*c ts to win even though he hasn't ()lave*d since M.iy 12, ane) he* hasn't wejn any tourni) me*nt sine e* November 2i)()9 at the* Australian M.isters,  Aski*d what e*xe ites him, he said it was a e hance* to "beat thc'se* guys."  Correction: In Tuesday's s(H)rts section, Nt*ka Cup|X‘til-li was mistakenly identified as Alexandra Hubiscak.  2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CAMP TOUR  LAURA McKENZIE H('rai;l-Zeitu!!(i  Football is in full swing for Canyon Lake players, wtio are breaking in the new !urt at Hawks Stadium on Tuesday morning.  HOTSTUFF  Hawks braving heat during camp  By Chris Hoffman  The Heraid-Zeitung  Football training camp has more me.*aning tor C.unon 1 ,)kc* senior /ac h He*nshaw, who h.iel a differe*nt [)erspe*e tive* in 2010.  "Last \ear, I was sitting on the siek*-lincs ifi a cast," said Henshaw, who sat out the* first tour game's with a broken ankle and still rushed for 1,227 \ards. "It is great to get out here and put the he*lme*t on again.  "Fve*n though it is hot, tootball IS some*thing I'm not taking lor grante*d."  The* Hawks are braving the* intense* heat on the nc'w turt, wilh nothing on thc*ir minds exce*pt Blanc o.  Fnte*ring 201 1, ( anyon Lake  Henshaw  tootball IS getting tavoriil)le* marks trom many pre*season polls, whic h have them tinishing sec onel to powe‘rh()Use \VimlM*rlc‘v in District 2(>- iA.  "Polls are* gre-at and it is some thing tlie* kids look at this time ot yc*ar' Mon/ingo said "But \ou still h.Hf* to go out and pro\(‘ it on the Held. W'e want to win <i district championship, and that IS why we re out he*re in the he*.il."  rhe heat, which u.is in the* mid-90s during morning prae tie cs, IS something that Mon/ingo and his coaches ke*c*p <i e leisc* e*\{' on and have taken all the nc*c es^ sary sle*ps, including multiple water stations and water brc*aks whenc'vc'r an athle*le nee*els the'in, to niiike* sure* thc*re is no heat-rc*late*d me ide*nts at (’anvein Lake'.  "1 think the kids arc* deiing a good job w'ith the* heat," Nton/in-go said. "We* liad a good turn  out tor our sumnu'r program, so thc'v've bc*en out in the he*t»t and the'ir use* to it.  "()ur pt.u tices are* in the* mornings so the hc'at isn't as bad, and the* we've* be*t*n h\ elrating the kids .1 lot."  Alter e.irning its tirst pLnoff vie -tors in school histor\, ( anyon lake* is ho[)ing to knock on the door of the state* tourname*nt.  "We know distric t is going to be tough," Mon/ingo said. "But we know we have the talent on this t(*am to make* a dtH'p playott run. We'd like to Ik* playing whe*n Its e old in December."  rhe Hawks kie k off the season whe*n thc*\ host Blanco on Aug. 2().  C OMING TUESDAY: The foot ball camp tour e ontinues with a visit te) the* Nev\ Brauntels Uni-e orns.  Renteria’s slam gives Reds 5-1 win over Astros  HOUSTON (AP)  lelgar Rc*nteria hit a grand slam in ( me innati's tive-run tilth inning and Homer Bailey pitche*d e'ight solid innings to lead the Rt*ds to a ,'>-1 win over the* Houston Astros e)ii luc*sday night.  (hris Heise*y and Rarnon He*rnande/ s()arked ( incinnati's f)ig inning with consecutive ck)ubles, making it 1-0. Wandy Rodriguez (7-8) walked Bailey and Drew Stubbs with one out to set  up Renteri.i's ninth e .tre*c*r grand slam, which landed in the ( r.iwforel Boxes in le*ft field.  B.iik'v allow'c*d one* run anfl five* hits to bounce* l)ac k from a terril)le start against the* New York Mc*ts, when he surren fk*re‘d a c <ire*er-high nine* earned runs and 12 hits in four-f)lus innings.  Lhe new look Astros had trouble stringing hits together Tuesday after winning the first game of the series 4- i in 10 innings.  Boesch’s HR helps Tigers past Texas  DETROrr(AP)  Bre*nnan Boesch hit a sole) he>me' run off Mike Ad.ims amid an eighth-inning rain showc*r, se*nd-ing the* Dc*tn)it Tigers to a ()-S victory over the* Texas Rangers on Tue*sday night.  Ael.ims (0-1 ) was making his debut tor the Range*rs aftc*r ce)ming over from San Dic*go just lK*fore the* triide de*aelline. He* got the* first out of the e*ighth, but as the* rain began falling harder, Boesch  TNE EXTRA POINT  Canyon High’s Sara Míreles  FAN/ONH SPORTS ON TV  Today BIG LEAGUE BASEBAU.  5 p.m.  ESPN2 World Series, championship game, teams TBD, at Easley, S C MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m  ESPN N Y Yankees at White So* FOXSW Cincinnati at Houston SOCCER 7 30 p-m  ESPN2 Spanish/Mexican Primera Division, World Football Challenge, Barcelona vs Guadalajara, at Miami 9:30 p.m.  ESPN2 MLS. L A at Portland  TOI) \^ '.S SCOUK.S LANCE GLANCE  Former Canyon High School standout Lancs Berkmin. now a rightfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, went l -for-4 against fhe Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday He is batting 286 this season  MLB STANDINGS  National Laague East Dtviiion W L  Philadelphia Atlanta  Florida    55 55 500  New York    55 55 500  Washington    53 56 486 16  Carrtral Division W L  Pet GB  69 39 639 63 48 568 7 15 15  Milwaukee  St Louis  Pittsburgh  Cincinnati  Chicago  Houston  San Francisf Afi/ona Colorado Los Angeles San Diego  Pet GB  61    49    555  57    52    523  54    S4    500  54    56    491  45    65    409  36    74    327 West Division  W    L    Pet GB  61    48    560  60    49    550 1  51    58    468 10  49    S9    454 11  4/    63    427 14  Tuesday's Results  Washington 9, Atlanta 3 Chii-ago Cubs 11. Pittshuiqli 6 Florida 4, N Y Mets 3 Cincinnati 5, Houston 1 St Louis at Milwaukee, l.itn Philadelphia at Colorado, iate I. A Dodgers at San Diego late Arizona at San Francisco, late Today's Games Atlanta iBeachy 4 21 aî Washington IWangOli, 12 05pm  St Louis IF Jackson 1 Ol at Milwaukee (Wi'lf 7-81,1 10 p m Philadelphia IHalladay 13 4) at Colorado (Hammel 6 10). 2 10 pm.  An/ona IMarquis 8-5) at San Francisco (Voqelsong 8 li 2 45 pm Chicago Cubs iGar/a 4 8i at Pittsburgh (Morton 8 61, 6 05 p m Florida (Hensley 1-31 at N Y Mets iGee 10-31, 610pm Cincinnati iWillis O il at Houston (Lyles 0-6), 7 05 p m  1 A Dodgers (Lilly 7 10) at San Diego (Stauftei 6 8) 9 05 p m         Amencan League                  East Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Boston    66 41    617          New York    65 42    607    1      Tampa Bay    56 52    519    10      Toronto    56 53    514    11      Baltimore    43 63    406    22          Central Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Detioit    58 51    532          Cleveland    54 52    509    2      Chicago    52 55    486    5      Minnesota    50 58    463    7      Kansas Cit\    ! 4b 63    422    12          West Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Texas    61 49    555          Los Angele    s 59 50    541    1      Oakland    49 60    450    11      Seattle    46 62    426    14          Tuesday's Results              Detroit 6, Texas 5              Toronto 3, lampa Bay 1              Cleveland at Boston, 7 10 p m              Baltimore 8, Kansas City 2              N Y Yankees at White Sox, late          Minnesota at L A, Angels, late          Oakland at Seattle, late                  Today's Games             lined his H>th homer of the si*ason ove*r the wall in right field.  lose Valverele* pitc hc*d the ninth for Dc*troit, c*arn-ing his 29th save in 29 chanccs.  joacjuin Benoit ( i-i) blew a S-2 lead in the top of the eighth, allowing a solo homer to Nelson Ouz and a tying two-run shot by Mike Napoli.  Alex Avila hejmertM:! and drove in three runs for the Tigers.  Oakland |G Gon/alez 9 8| at Seattle (Futbush 13), 2 40 p in  Texas (M Harrison 9 7) at Detioit (Fister 3-121, 6 05 p m Cleveland (C Carrasco 8 9) at Boston (Wakefield 6-4), 6 10 p m Toronto (C Villanueva 6 2) at Tampa Bay (Shields 9-9), 6:10 p m Baltimore (Guthrie 5 14) at Kansas City (Hochevar 7-8), 7 10 p m N Y Yankees (A J.Buinutt 8-9) at Chicago White Sox (Floyd 9 9), 7 10 p m Minnesota (S Bakei 8 6) at L A Angels (Pineiro 5-5), 9 05 p ni.  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  , infiS . 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