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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Canyon’s Sarah Crockett  Okla., UT cleared to leave Big 12  By Jeff Latzkt, Jim Vwluno  AP Sports Writers  ()kl,ihoma cle.irwl the way Mon-flay for its [X)ssil)k* dqi.irture from the Big 12, with university president D.ivid Boren demanding the league move tiAvard an (‘Cjual revenuc'-sharing model and cri'ate stability or else lose the S(M)ners to the Pat-12.  Rival T(>xas also mov(>d c loser to the fl(M)r, raising the [)ros[)(H t that one of the nation’s l)iggest (onferenies (ould lose its hvo ridiest, most p)wer-  ► PREP FOOTBALL  High schoo game tickets now for sale  F rom staff reports  Presale tit k('ts for this week's ( omal ( ounty toot-ball g.imes ar(> on sal(\ All |)resales end on Thursday due to Friday's school c losing for the fair.  New Braunfels  Tickets for New Braun-Icds' home game against Austin Westlake are on sale trom B a.m. to noon and 1-i [).ni. today <ind Wc'dneS' day at the Unicorns Field I louse, and TIujrsday trom 8 a.m. to 1 [).m. Prices are $8 tor reserved seats, $7 for adults and $i for students, and all tickets are gc>neral admission. All tit kets .it the gate cire $8.  Canyon High School  tickets for ( anyon's road game against Smithson Vab ley go on sale todav'. All I tickets are on sale at the I ( ougar AthlefK ()ffic v trom ! 8-11; ?() a.m. and 1 -4 p.m. on today and Wednestlay, .ind 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fhursday. Prices are $(> lor adults and for students, and all tickets are gt'neral admissit)n. All tickets at the gate are $7.  Smithson Valley  Presale tit kets tor the Smithson V<dley home game vs. ('anyon are from 8-4 p.m at the SVUS Fielti Ht)ust\ VVednc'sday from 8-I 1 a.m. at tht't leld 1 louse and I 1; U) a.m. to 1 [).m. at the Smithson Valiev cafeteria anti Thursday fn)in 8-I I a.m. at the Field I louse and I 1; U) a.m. It) I p.m. at the (afeteria. Reserved tickc'ts are $7, general admission adult tickets are $6 and students are $ ^ All tic kets at the gate are $7.  Canyon Lake High School  Tic kc‘ts for C anyon Lake's rt)atl game against Filling are available frt)m 8: U) a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ( anyon l ake Athletic ()ffic e, anti at the c afeteria trom I 1: U) a.m. to l:.U) ¡).m. Prc'sale tickets are $S for adults anti $ } for stuclents. All tit kets are $b at the gate.  Manning’s 2 TD passes lead Giants over Rams, 28-16  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP)  Eli Manning threw two toucl)dt)wn passes and line-bac k(>r Mit hael Boley scored on a i)5-yard fumble return to leaci tlie Ncnv York (Viants to a 28-1 () victory ()Vi'r the' mistake-[)rone St. Louis Rams on Mt)nday night. Manning hit Hakeem Nicks with a i-yard FI ) pass and Domenik Mixon made a spectacular juggling gral) on a 22-yard score as New York (I -1) gave' Tom ( xjugh-lin a win over Steve Spagn-uoto in their first nialchup since the one-time (jiants defensive coordinator left to take over as coac h of the Rams (0-2).  ful pr(3grams.  After being granted the power to c h(x)se a new confcTence home for the* StK)ners, Boren said he is fix use^l on only two options: a fractured Big 12 that isn't currently suitable or the expanding Pac-12, which already c laimed Oklahoma's conferentt* rival, i olorado, last summer.  Texas c()unter|)an Bill R>w(>rs, granted similar decision-making powc'r l)y his regents less than an hour later, said he would (onsider options "inclutiing  continued participation in the Big 12" but made no mention of the f’ac-12, the ACC i)r any other [xrfential dc'stina-tions. The Big 12 has mov(*d to the brink of extinction just one summer after the remaining 10 mc'mbers pledgt'd to stick togethc’r, then hammered i )ut a $1. 2 1)11 lion television contract. Tliey dc’c id(»d not to create a confffc^nt e neKvork similar to the oncN in place by thc' Big Ten and t\i( -12, not to split revenue (‘tfually and not to create* any barric'rs to Texas' t rt'ation ot  the I f)nghf)rn Netwf)rk thrt)ugh a 20-year, $}00 million agreement with ESPN that proved to Ix' tiivisive.  Texas A&M has already said it plans to leave the' Big 12 for the Southea‘<t(‘rn ('onterence by |uly if legal issues (an bi'atldressi'd. If Oklahoma le.jves, so will ()klahoma State. Texas 1« h prc*s-ident (luy Bailey said it's a sensitive time and "any ct)mments reg.irding Tech s plans are premature at this time." Tech's regents are not sch(‘d-uletl to mcH't until next month.  2011 GREATER NB CITY CHAMPIONSHIP  Photo süt)initted  Michael Carnes, left, and Mayoma Pendefgast tiold their 2011 Greater New Braunfels City Champion trophies  SWING TO WIN  Carnes, Pendergast named city champs  From staff reports Mit hael ( arnes held ott a latt* charge by Jacob Bowen, anti Mavoma I’tmdergast dominated thc* ladies tit'kl, as the pair rt‘[)eat-etl as the 201 1 ('»reater New Braunfels ( ity C'ham()it)ns at Lan-tla P.irk (iolt Course' on Sunday.  ( arnes had a slim t\vt)-shot lead after the* second round over Bovvc'n, who sht)t a tt)urn.unent-lt)vv ()7 to o[)en the tournament on Fritlay.  ('arnes finished with a ^untier 21 i (68-71-74), while Bowen carc'tkHl a 2 14 {U7-74-7.V) to take' setontl.  Trini C'amarent) mt)ved u() the leatk'rbt)ard with a in the final round to j)lace third with a 221 (74-78-(/)),  ONLINE SCORES  See Greater New Braunfels Junior Amateur Championship scores at herald-zeitung.com  HZ  Scott Mammon i2JS) and Rex Rexillius |r. (227) rountk'd out the to() five.  In the men's first flight, Rustt)n Flitks (228) edged [oe Miller (22‘t) by one-sht)t tor the win. Lupe Gart ia (2 U)) was tw'o sht)ts out tor third and Rantlall Flt'nry (2^2) and Fim Mtlain (2 M) finisht'tf ft)Lirth and tifth, respc't lively.  Sammie Smith rebountlt'd trom an 84 on Day 1 tt) earn the w in in the men's sc'contl tlight vvht'n he' finishc'd with a 2^ (84-7S-72).  Sam ( astilleja (2 V8) was sec onti, and ( arl Fleiden (2 5‘>) finishetl thirtl.  (Tilt Rc'ed won the' men's thirtl tlight, Hob Foster tt)ok top honors in ft)urth flight, anti Kelly ('rull t'tlgeti the* fie'ld to take* tirst in the tifth flight.  1‘entlergast k'd throughout the ft)urnament, finishing with a 2 {79-77-7^) 14 shots ahead of sett)nd plat e Faura Baker (24V»), while' Melissa Townsend i2')0) anti ( onnie Fite (2S4) finishe'tl third and fourth, re'spc'c lively.  In the women's first tlight, Mar-it)H |()hnst)n (2('> 5) held oft Terry Mot)rhead (2(i4) by one-shot to win the titk', whik' Virgie Van Kk'c't took the ladit's sc'cond tlight title on Sitndav.  Downs leads Astros past Reds in 3-2 win  ► NB TENNIS  CINaNNAH(AP)  The Houston Astros will do almost anything It) get Matt i)t)vvns' bat in the lineup.  l^t)wns made his first major league appearance in the t)uffieltl Mt)nday night and hit a tielireaking homer in the eighth inning, lifting the Astros to a i-2 win over the slumping Cincinnati Rt'ds.  "I ck)n't know if I thrive in tht)se situations, but I like them/' said Downs, who gt)tthc' start in right. Downs grtx'tc'd Nick Mas-set (3-(>) with a 3-toot leadt)ff drive to left, send  ing tlic' Astros to their sc'c-ond straight win after a threc'-game losing strc'ak.  "It was one of those at-bats where he left some'-thing out over the pl.ite and I f)ut the (bathead) through it," F3owns said.  Downs, who has startexl at all four infield [)t)si-tions, has bt'c'n working out in the outfield, manager Brad Mills said. He handletl three chanc es flawlessly, inc lucling two fly balls.'  Brantk)n Phillips hit a It'adoff homer in the first for Cincinnati, which has lost four straight.  Unicorns win NEISD tourney  From staff reports  The Nc'w Braunfels tennis team dominated the Kmipetition to W'in the Nort 1 Fast (San Antonio) ISD Tournament on Saturday.  The Unicorns beat San Antt)nit) Roost'velt, Corpus Christi (;arrt>ll in the first tvvt) rounds before dispatching San Antonio Reagan 1 I -:1 in the finals at Mt Farlin Tennis Com-[)lex in San Antonio.  The Unicorns' Tucker Brown had a |>air of  Ti )D A\'S SCOUKS MLB STANDINGS  National Leagua Eaft OMSion  W L    Pet GB  X Phiiarielphia 98 M    645 -  Atlanta    87 67    MS 12  New York    73 80    477 25 1/2  Washinqtnn    72 79    477 25 1/2  Florida    70 84    455 29  Central Division  W L    Pci GB  MilwaukRfl    90 64    584  St LotJis    84 69    549 5 1/2  Cincinnati    74 80    481 16  Pittsburgh    68 85    444 21 1/2  Chicago    68 86    442 22  Houston    53 100    346 36 1/2  West Division  W L    Pet GB  Arizona    88 65    575  San Francisco 83 70    542 5  Los Angeles    76 76    500 11 1/2  Colorado    70 83    .458 18  San Diego    66 88    429 22 1/2  Monday's Results  St Louis 4, Phiiarielphia 3 Florida 6, Atlanta 5 Houston 3 Cincinnati 2 Chicago Cubs 5, Milwaukee 2 San Diego 8, Colorado 2 Pittsbuiqti at Aruona late Today's Games Washington (Detwiler 2 5) at Philadelphia (K Kendrick 8-61, 1 05 p m Washington (Milone 1 0) at Philadelphia (Cllee 16 7), 7 05 p-m , 2nd gante Atlanta (Delgado 0 II at Florida (Ani Sanchez 8 81, 7 10pm Houston (Norris 6-101 at Cinciniuiti (H Bailey 8-7), 7 10 pm Milwaiil<ee (Marcum 12 7) at Chicago Cubs (R.Wells 7 41, 8 05 p m NY MetslPelfrev 7 12!at St loms (E Jackson 5-2). 8 15pm San Diego (Latos 1 14) at Coloiado IChacin 11 12), 8 40 p rn Pittsburgh (Morton 9 10) at An/rma (D Hudson 16-10), 9 40 pm San Francisco (Lincecum 13-121 at I A Dodgeis (Kershaw 19 51, 10 10 p rn  American League East Division         W L    Pet    GB      New York    92 60    605          Boston    88 6()    571    5      Tampa Bay    85 67    559    7      Toronto    78 75    510 14 1/2      Baltimore    63 90    412 29 1/2          Central Division                  W L    Pet    GB      X'Detroit    89 64    582          Cleveland    75 76    497    13      ClllCa.jn    /4 78    487    14 M2      Kansas City    67 87    435 22 1/7      Minne'.'.'ta    59 93    388 29 1,'2          West Division                  W L    Pet    GB      Texas    88 65    575          Los Anrjeles    83 70    542    5      Oakland    69 84    451    19      Seattle    64 89    418    24     Monday's Results  Baltimore 6, Boston b, 1st ganx'  N Y Yankees 6, Minnesota 4 Seattle 12, Cleveland 6, 7 innings Toronto 3. L A Angels 2, 10 innirigs Bosttm 18. Baftmiore 9, 2nd game Today's Games Chicago White Sox (Floyd 12 1II at Cleveland (Carmona b 15), 1 05 p m Chicaijii White Snx (Axelrod 0 01 at Cleveland (McAllister 0-I|, 7 05 p m Tampa Bay (W Davis 10-9i at N V Yankees (Nova 15 4|, /.05 pm I A Angels (Pineiro 8 7) at Toionto (Cecil 4-9), 7 07 p m  Baltimore (VandenHurk 0-01 at Boston  (Bedard 5 91, 7 10 p m  Detroit (Penny 10-101 at Kansas City  (Mendo/a 0-0|, 8 10 p m  Seattle (Vargas 8-131 at Minnesota  (Hendriks 0*21, 8 10 p m  Mariano Rivera sets MLB saves record with No. 602  NEW YORK (AP)  Mariano Kivc'ra stood In himself, in tlu't entt'r of the diamond at Yanket' Stadi um. lor om (', the great c kb er wasn't sure what to do next. So h(' siniled, blev\ a kiss to the c rowd, and then dotti'fl his c .ip as ( hec'rs washc'd t)ver him following the rt'ct)rd (>02 nd s.ive of I histarcH'r.  I Rivera pitt he'd a pe'rtc'ct I ninth inmng, striking t)ut I Chris i^irme'lee on what : afypt'arc'd to be his sign.i-! ture' ( ut fastball to enti the New York Nankc'es' (> 4 win tiver the Minnestita Twins i on Monda\.  ' Fans from the sniallest I t rowtl in the Stadium's I fhrt'e-vear histor\ stood and ^ shouted from Rivc'ia's first ; pitt h to his last as ht' retirc'd I Trevor Ploutte, Mit hael I ( lukkt'T and Parmelt't' in i ordt'i and broke Trt'vor Hoffman's mark.  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  thrc'e-set thrillers in Nt).  1 l)oy's lie tion, as he beat [tennis (utrt ia of ( arrt)ll 4-(), ()-2, 10-7 in the semifinals, and rt'l)ounded tt) defeat i'ernN Avila of Rc‘a-gan S-7, 11-9 in the finals.  Hunter anti Yates k>bn-son each [)05ted wins iii the l)oy's singles finals for Nc'w Braunfels,  Liza f ielcisend, C'an-dyt e Henvvood anti Emi-lie Moeller led the way for the Lady Unicorns in the finals against Reagan.  I***'  Ü  PICK 3 (9/19)  Day 0-7-1 Night 3-1-3 DAILY 4 (9/19)  Day 0-4-3-2 , -Night 6-0-5-1 tOTlERV SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot; $7 million 3-5-12-19-30-46 (9/17) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $6 million 6-15-28-47-48-50 (9/14) MEGA MILLIONS (9/16) 6-23-41-45-56 MB: 24 Megaplier: 4  TEXAS 2-STEP (9/19)  1-9-33-34    BB: 7 CASH FIVE (9/19)  2-19-22-23-33 POWERBALL (9/17)  6-20-22-32-43 PB: 11 Power Play: 2  For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and mid day updates, follow us on Twitter ®NewBraunfelsHZ  WÌ  Learn what’s in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts. Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan,  Receive the Herafd-Zeitung e * newsletter in your e-mail box each morning; herald-zeitung.com.   

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