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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HFRAi n-7FiTi)Nri.roM ! Wftdnesday, August 24, 2011 [7  PORTS  Lady Unicorns beats SV  From staff reports The New Braiinft'Is volleyball team ( ontituH'd their winning ways.  The l axly Dnirorns (18-2) followed u() last weekend's Fraulein Vollev tf*st (hanipionship by beating art li rival Snrithson Valley 2S-14, 2 ^)-17, 2 i-2 '), 2 'i-2() on Tuesday night.  jenna GuIIk k and Angela Iowak ear h had nine kills, jessica  Wurst Bowl tickets on sale now  liikf'ts tor the Wiirst Bowl (Nf'w Braunteis vs. ( anyon tootliall gam(') are on sale at the N(‘vv Br.uinfels High S(ho()l Fieldhoiise and tne ( an\(>n I ligh S{ h(K)l athletits  ottK e  Th(' i ini( orns f ield House is()[)en today troni 8 a.ni to noon, 1 - \ p.m.; Thursday Iron! 8 a.ni. to niKMi, 1 - \ p.ni atnl I riday from 8 a.m. to I p.m,  li( kcis aie availabk' at th(>  ( I IS athletK s otiice (‘very day through f riday l)etw(‘en 8 ■i.m. and V. iO p.m.  Res('(ved tickets (ost $8.  ( ien('r,ii admission tic kets are $7/adult and S l''students.  All tnkets ,it th(' gate cost $8.  [or mor(‘ ti( ket intormation, tall the NBISI) athlelK ottice ,)t (8U)i (yr (,|| I or CHS iithletK oIIkc at (8 50) 221-2400.  Shuttle service  NBISI) s( liool bus shuttl(* ser\i( es will he provKkHl from ().ikuood Baptist ( hurch,  2 I 'l l N I oop 5 }7, Ix'ginning at ():20 p.m. lot tans going to the Nt'v\ Br.iuntels vs, ( anyon tooth.ill g.imc Ihe sliuttles will run until kKkott and will run .ig.iiti alter the game.  FISCHER  CLHS vs. Blanco tickets on sale  li( k(’ts for f riday's ( anyon 1 .ike vs, Bl.iiKo varsity foot-b.ill g<im(> are on vale.  h( k('ts ate .ivailahk' trom 8: U) ,).m. to 4 p.m. at th(‘  ( ainon l ake athletic ottice, and at the c.ifeteria from 1 1:50 ,i.m. to I: VO p.m.  I’lesale tu kc'ts are $5 tor adults and $ i lor stu(k>nts. All tickets are at the gate.  SPRING BRANCH  SVHS vs. Permian tickets available  lukets tor Triday's Smithson Valley vs. Ock’ssa Permian g.ime on tlie road at Ratlitt Staclium are on sak' today.  I’resak' Ik k<‘ts an' availablt' at the Rangtn I i('ld House from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. t()day; 8 a.Ill to 1 p.m, on Ihursday iind 1 riday.  Ii( kc'tsarc' $8 for adultsand $ 1 lor studt'nts. All ti( kets are $10 at the gate.  IVrmian, the six time state ch.impions, is the team mack' lamoirs by the l‘*‘H) book, 2004 movi(‘ starring Billy Bob Ihomtijn and television series ol itu' sanu' name.  »■ TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (8/23)  Day 6 0-2 Night 3-6-0 DAILY 4 (8/23)  Day 9-0-T-2 Night 7-7-8-7 SATURDAY LOTTO  Jackpot: $21 million 25-27-38-48-51-54 (8/20) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $20 million 9-11-33-35-43-44 (8/17) MEGA MILLIONS (8/23)  11-21-44-48-49 MB: 23 Megaplier; 3 TEXAS TWO-STEP (8/22)  6 19-24-25 BB: 7 CASH FIVE (8/23) 5-9-11-20-31 POWERBALL (8/20)  2-17 23-28 47 PB: 36 Power Play. 2  . UXflS-  LOTUflV  Waldrip had iS assists and addc'd two bloc ks, alorTg with Neka ( up-pc'telli in the win.  The l ady Rangers were led by Macie Mc Kay with 14 kills and I .ujren Ac una vvith 24 assists.  New Braunfels coach Phyllis fowler was honored before the game for achieving hc'r SOOth vic tory earlier this month  Canyon 3, Seguin 0  Rafae Strobos had 20 kills .tnd  Jayci Givens adfled 42 <issists to lead Canyon to a 2S-I4, 23-\ 2')-10 win over Sc'guin on Tuc*sday.  laVemia 3, Canyon Lake  Katie Williams and Marissa Hlis each had four kills in ( anyon l ake's 2S-18, 2'^-lH, 2S S loss to 1 aVc'rnia on Tuesd.iy.  CROSS COUNTRY Hawks impressive at Burnet  BURN! I — Ihi' ( anvori I ak(>  c ross c oiintrv team hvul an impressive start to the sc'ason at last wc’ekend's Burnet mec't.  Ihe team of H.uinah (iraves (10: iS), Katie Marple (10:40) and i aitlvn ( ollins (1 1:22) ()laced third in the priv.ite iA division over the I 1/2-mik'r oursc'.  Ihe bovs werc' led l>y ( hris Ni(‘kmd 0:28) and Issac Mendez (M; U>).  SMITHSON VALLEY VS. NEW BRAUNFELS  LAURA McKENZIE I Herald Zeituitq  Smithson Valiey's Cara Bowman and the Rangers braved the hot lexas sun to compete aqamst New Brauiifels on Tuesday,  HOLDING SERVE  beats upstart Smithson Val ey  By Chris Hoffman  The Herald'Zeitung The heat wasn't the only thing scorching on luc'sday atternoon.  rhe Nc'w Braunfels tc'nnis tc'am was in top form, as the Unicorns bc'at c foss-county rival Smithson Valley in a non-distrut match.  Rangc'rs coach Keith Brown said that he was haf)py with liis team's performanc e in only tlieir second matc h this st'ason. "We're trying to ()lay .js many  as we can early in the' si'ason to find c)ut whc'rc' we stand," Brown said. "We are hoping to tind sorne c ombin.itions, ('specialK in double's."  Branck)n Atkins and Kc'iiny Van, two top boys pl.iyc'rs l.ist s('asoii, have bc'c'ti oLit with in)uri('s so lar this yc'ar.  "I Sc hedule Nc'W Braunfc'ls on purpose' early in th(' sc'ason c'v('t\ yc'ar," Brown said "lo l)e the Ix'st, you have to pla\ the Ix'sl. You know where' you st,3nd real  l\ (jUK k wlien playing them."  Maria Ortiz, Alex (lonzale/ and Maka\ la I c'walski, along the' No, 5 girls d()uble's tc'am postc'd wins for Smithson Vallen,  .Alejandro Sanoja, ( hris H.u'rc'ns and Paul Niichael Homanski le'd the Nev\ Braun lels boys single's and double's te.im to i\ swee'p, while Liza 1 K'Isc'nd won convine ingly to le'tvd the* 1 .idy Unicorns in the vie tor\'.  THE EXTRA POMT  Canyon High's Chamaya Turner  KAN /Am:  PREP SCHEDULES  CANYON  Thursday, Aug. 25 VOLLfYBALL at Segum (outnay, TBA Fridiy, Aug 26 FOOTBAUj at New Braunfels, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL at Seguin tourney, TBA Saturday, Aug 27 CROSS COUNTRY; at NB Invite, 8 a m VOLLEYBALL at Segum tourney, TBA  CANYON LAKE  Thursday, Aug. 25 VOLLEYBALL at Leander tourney, TBA Friday, Aug. 26 FOOTBALL vs Blanco, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL at Leander tourney, TBA Saturday, Aug 27 CROSS COUNTRY, at Wimberley, 8 a m VOLLEYBALL at Leander tourney, TBA  NEW BRAUNFELS  Thursday, Aug. 25 VOLLEYBALL at Pearland tourney, TBA Friday, Aug. 26 FOOTBALL vs Canyon, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL at Pearland tourney, TBA Saturday, Aug. 27 CROSS COUNTRY; NB Invite, 8 a m VOLLEYBALL at Pearland tourney, TBA  SMITHSON VALLEY  Thursday, Aug. 25 VOLLEYBALL: at Pearland tourney, TBA Friday, Aug. 26 FOOTBALL at Permian, 7 30 p m. VOLLEYBALL at Pearland tourney, TBA TENNIS; at Clemems tourney. TBA Saturday, Aug. 27 CROSS COUNTRY; at NB Invite, 8am VOLLEYBALL at Pearland tourney, TBA  Gonzalez homers twice as Red Sox beat Rangers  ARUNGTON(AP)  Adrian Cionzalc'z homc*-red twice, lacoby Fllsbury made an immediate impact in his return lo the linc'up and the Boston Red Sox finally won a game in Texas with an 11-5 vic tory Tut'sday night.  Ellsbury I eel off the game with a single, stole second base and scored on the first honier liy (jon-  zak‘z, putting the Kc'd Sox ahead to stay. The All-Star cc'nter fit'ldc’r had missc'd thrc'c' straight games aftc'r gc'tting hit in the bae k witli a pitc h.  Boston (78-50), which had le)St its first four game.'s at Rangers Ball()ark this season, movc>cl within two [)erc (»ntage points ol first place New Veirk in the A1 East. The Yankees lost to  Oaklanel.  Fc'xas native' lohn I ae k-e-y (12-^)) pitched h i-.i innings for iiis sc'venth win in his last eiglit starts,  DENVER (AP)  Rockies 8, Astros 6  Setli Smith and Jonathan Herrera each hit a two-run homer and the ( ol-evrado Re)ckie's beat the Houston Astros H (i on  ‘S SCORKS LANCE GLANCE  Fotmer Canyon High School standout Lance Berkman. now a rightfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, was 1-for 3 Friday in a 13-2 loss to the Dodgers He is batting 291 this season  MLB STANDINGS     National League                  East Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Philadelphia    83 44    654          Atlanta    78 52    600    6      Washington    62 65    488    21      New York    60 68    469    23      Florida    57 71    445    26          Central Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Milwaukee    78 53    595          St Louis    67 62    519    10      Cincinnati    63 65    492    13/      Pittsburgh    60 68    469    16/      Chicago    56 73    434    21      Houston    42 87    326    35          West Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Arizona    70 59    543    —      San Francisco 68 60    531    1/      Colorado    62 66    477    8      Los Angeles    59 69    461    10      San Diego    59 70    457    11      Tuesday's Results              Arizona 2, Washington 0              Milwaukee 1    1V, Pittsburgh 4              Philadelphia 9, N Y Mets 4              Cincinnati 8, Florida 6              Atlanta 5, Chicago Cubs 4              LA Dodgers 13, St. Louis 2              Colorado 8. Houston 6              San Diego at San Francisco, late              Today's Games             luc'sekn night.  Rc‘x Brothers |)itched a scorele"'^' ninth inning te) e'arn his lirst major Ic'ague save' toi ( olorado, whic h has won tour straight. It is ( oloraek)'s first four-game winning streak since june 14-IB.  linmiy l\\redc's and C arle >s Lee' homc'red for the Astros, who have h)st three in a row.  rviilwaukee (fVlarcum 113) at Pittsburgh (Undecided), n 35 a m N Y Mets (Pelfrey 6-10) at Philadelphia (K Kendrick 7-5), 12.05 p m I A Dodgers (Kuroda 9-141 at St louis (J Garcia lO-b), 115 p m Houston (W Rodriguez 9 9) at Colorado (A Cook 3-7), 2 10 p m Arizona (D Hudson 12-9) at Washington (L Hernandez 7-11), 6 05 p m Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-10) at Florida (Vazquez 7-11), 6 10 p.m  Atlanta (D Lowe 8-11) at Chicago Cubs (R.Wells 4-4). 7 05 p m San Oiego (Stauffer 8-9) at San Francisco (Lincecum 11-10), 9:15 p.m  American League East Division  W L    Pet    GB  New York 77 49    611    —  Boston 77 50    .606    A  Tampa Bay 69 58    , 543    i'/i  Toronto 65 63    . 508    13  Baltimore 49 77    389    28 Central Division  W L    Pet    GB  Detroit 70 58    .547    —  Chicago 63 63    500    6  Cleveland 63 63    500    6  Minnesota 55 73    .430    15  Kansas City 53 76    ,411    17/? West Division  W L    Pet    GB  Texas 74 55    .574    —  Los Angeles 69 59    ,539 4!4  Oakland 58 70    453 15/.  Seattle 55 73    .430 18/..  Tuesday's Results  Cleveland 7, Seattle 5,1st game Oakland 6, N Y Yankees 5 Seattle 12, Cleveland 7, 2nd game Kansas City 6, Toronto 4 Detroit 2, Tampa Bay 1 Boston at Texas, 8;05 p rn Baltimore 8, Minnesota 1 Chicago White Sox at L A Angels, late Today's Games Seattle (FHernandez 11-11) at Cleveland (Tomlin 12-6), 11;05a.m.  Boston (Beckett 10-5) at Texas (M Harrison 10-8), 6;05 p m  Oakland (Cahill 9-12) at N Y Yankees (Sabathia 17-7), 6;05 p.m  Kansas City (Hochevar 8 10) at Toronto (R Romero 12-9), 6;07 p.m Detroit (Scherzer 13-7) at Tampa Bay (W Davis 8-7), 6:10 p.m  Baltimore (Guthrie 5-16) at Minnesota (Slowey 0-1), 7; TO p.m.  Chicago White Sox (Z Stewart 1-2) at L A Angels (Weaver 14-6), 9 05 p m  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and photos. 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