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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 NEW YORK (AP)  As tho Big East tries t(i figure out cl survival strategy, the -12 is nearinga dtH ision on whether it wants to stretch farther east.  Big East football sch<K)l officials were meeting Tuesday night in Nevy York City to discuss the league's future, and a Ric-12 offi» ( iai expects conference presidents in that league to decide by the  end of the week if they want to expand again.  The Big East is trying to figure out what's next now that f^itts-burgh and Syracuse have announceii they are leaving for the Atlantic Coast C onference.  The future ()f the Big East could be tied to the future of the Big 12.  Although Syracuse and Pittsburgh km av wnert' they're head(‘il,  Texas and Oklahoma lx)th aretry-ing to det ifle whether to leave the Big 12 for the f^c-12, taking Oklahoma Sfat(' and Texas Tec h with them.  Both universities' board of regc'nts vot(‘(i Monday to giv(‘ their presidents thf’ right to choose a new conference. AndOklahorna State's regents have schefluled a spc'c iaI m€*('ting W(‘dnesday after  noon about conference realignment.  Univ(>rsity of Oklahoma President David Boren has said thf> two in-state rivals will remain in the sam(* k>agu(' whether tliey fic'c irle to stay in the* Big 12 or join the f^c-12.  Should the Oklahoma sc hools decide to leave it could bc' the death knell for the Big 12.  ► PREP FOOTBALL  High schoo game tickets now for sale  From statl reports  Presak' tickc’ts for this week's Comal County icK)tball games are on sale. All prc'saies cmd on Thursday duc' to Friday's st hool c losing for the fair.  New Braunfels  lickets for Nc'w Br.iun-tels' home game against Austin Westlake arc* on sale from 8 a.m. to noon and 1-i p.m. today and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 |).m. Prices are $8 for rc'servc'd seats, $7 for adults and tor stuclc'nts, (HkI all tickets are gc'nerai admission. All tickets at the gate are $8.  Canyon High School  fickc'ts for ( .vnyon's road game against Smithson Valley go on sale today. All tic kets are on salc> at the Cougar Athlc^tic Office from 8-11:3() a.m. and 1-4 |).m. on todav, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday. Pricc's are $(> for adults .ind $) for students, and all tic kc'ts are general admission. All tickc'ts at the gate are $7.  Smithson Valley  Presale tickets for the Smithson Valley home game* vs. ( anyon are trom 8-1 1 a.m. today at the Field 1 louse and I 1:3() a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Smithson Vall(*y cafeteria and Fliursday from 8-11 a.m. at the Field House and I 1: It) a.f]i. to 1 p.m. at the' c afeteria. Reserved tickets are $7, general admission adult tic kc'ts art' $i) and students arc> $ ^ All tickets at the gate' art' $7.  Canyon Lake  Tickets tor Canyon l.akti's road game against Fuling are available from 8:;i0 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ('anyon Lake Athletic ()ffic t', and at the c aft'teria from I l:i() a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Prt'salt' tickets are $5 for adults and $ Í tor students. All tickets are $f) at the gatt'.  LAURA Mc^KENZIE j Herald /eiKinq  New Brauntels' Angela Lowak, left, and Morrigafi land qo up for a block during Tuesday's garTie against Austin Westlake  POWER STRUGGLE  Austin Westlake outlasts}  By Chris Hoffman  ifie Herald-Zeitung A strtMk came to an c'nd on Tuesday night.  Austin Westlake- snappc'd Ntnv Braunfels 1 ^>-ganic' liome unbeat en streak by the slimntest ot mar gins.  Ihe Fad\' ( haps sc orc'd the* tinal two [)oints in d sc'c’ saw tilth game' tc) bc'at the Faclv Unicorns 2S-1 I, 22-25, 25-20, l()-25, 17-15 in a non-district game.  " rhis w.is two grcMt tt'ams going at it tonight/' New' Br.amfc'ls cotu h Phyllis Fowler said. "1 think it was a grc'at battle*, and both tc'.ims just left e'veryttiing on the' floor."  Nc'W Braunfels (2‘*-()) rc'bound-chI trom a sloW' st.irl to )ush Westlake' to the' limit, wit 1 the lin.il game tic'd at 15-15 before Paige (^aridi and Averv Br.ulshaw Hit a  pair ot vviniH'rs tor ihc* wiri.  Sc'iiior Angc'la 1 owak and ( aridi pul on a pow'C'r display, iis two of liie bc'st volk'yball playc'rs in thc' rc'gion \\c‘nt hc'ad-lo-hc'ad with no c Ic'ar cui winnc'r.  lowak Ic'd hc' IJnu orns with 20 kills and ( .indi had 2 I tor Wc'st-lakc‘,  jc'ssica Waldrip had 40 assists and 1 )aniella Villarrc'al had 51 digs for the’ l iicK Unicorns, who kic k ott tlicvir 1 ))siric I 25-5A schedule at home' f rida\ .igaiiist Seguin.  Canyon3, Clemens 0  The ( <iii\on ( ougarettes ini|)rove'cl Its rc'corcl to 2‘)-‘> and \-0 in l)istric t 27-4A with a 25-1 V, 25-4, 25-7 win over Sc hertz Clc'ine-ns on luc'scLtv night.  With the' Smitiison Valiev loss.  ('anyon holds d onc'-game lewd in thcMlistnc I standings ovc'r c ross-cc)Lint\ rival 1 ady K.ingc'rs,  Kalae' StroÌ)c)s led the (^ougarettes with 10 kills and Mc'gan Isbc'll had t'lght, while' lay-ci (jivc'ns hiul 28 assists in the victors, (/anyon tr.ivc'ls to tace defc'nding disine I c ham|)ion Smithson Valley at (> p.m. on Friday night.  Alamo Heights 3, SVHS2  Nina Mody-BaiK had 14 kills and UTSA-signc'e Mac ie Me Kay had 10 in Smithson V'.illey's tivc'-se.'t he'artbrc'aker to Alamo I Ic'iglits on Tuesday.  The' I ady Kangc'rs (18-1 7, 1 ) lost their first districi game ot the season. Kimmy Tovar had 24 assists lor Smithson Valiev.  New Braunfels beats Seguin in 25-5A tennis  Bailey leads Reds past visiting Astros  LOÍÍFRV  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (9/20)  Day 0-5-0 Night 9-8-1 DAILY 4 (9/19)  Day 5-2-0-5 Night 6-4-2-1 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 (9/20) 6-29-38-50-51 MB: 39 Megaplier: 4  TEXAS 2-STEP (9/19)  1-9-33-34 88:7 CASH FIVE (9/20)  5-7^11-14-32 POWERBALL (9/17)  6-20-22-32-43    P8:11 Power Play: 2  For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and mid-day updates, follow us on twitter ONewBraunfelsHZ  From stall reports  SEGUIN  The' New Braunfels tc'n-nis scjuacl remcviru'cl unde-featc'cl on the' season with a l()-i win ovc'T Sc'guin in a Distric I 2 S-5A tewm tennis mate h on Tuc'sday.  New Brauntels coach [>avicl Mueller rested most of bis top starters, as the young upstarts got time on the court against the Matadors.  New Braunfels' ('hris Haerens dc'featt'd Tlliott Singseas (>-1, 6-0; (ole I7avis beat Kvtric k King:6-2, ()-0 and Bc'n Standley was perfec t agaiitist Nic k  Maroti ()-0, (r-0 in boys singles ac lion.  New Brauntels' ( an-dyce I k'nwooci was vie to-rious over Racjuc'l Kamos ()-0, ()-l; Tnitlic' Moellc'r l)C\it lamae l.e.il ()-l, (> 1 lo k'acl ihe lady I Jnicorns to a pc'rfect ‘)-0 mate h record against Seguin.  Summc'r Walton, Lindsey Leland and I indsey Muc'llc'r eac h posted wins for the 1 ady Unicorns.  The' Unicorns are l)ac k on the' court Sept. 2 7 agai nsl ( c ihversc' [uclsc >n.  New Braunlc'ls is going for its fifth tearn/tennis title.  CINCINNATI (AP)  lionier Bailey shut 1 k)USton down iigain and C cime up with a carc'ei high thrc'e hits and Devin Mesoraco homc'rc'cl to hc'lp the' Cine innati Kc'cis snap a tour-game losing streak with a ()-4 win over tlie Astros on Tuesclav' night.  Brandon Phillips also homerc'd vvhik» jay Bruc c' had thrc'e hits and Dave' S.»| HK'lt and Juan Franc isco c'ach adek'd two hits t*ac h as the Kc'ds broke out ot a slump. Their nine hits through five innings were one more than their total t rom the prev ic)us 111ree games.  THE EXTRA POMT  Smithson Valley’s A.C.Reld  KAN ZONE PREP SCHEDULES  CANYON  FfWty'» G«m«*  FOOTBALL 8t SVHS, 7 M p m VOLLEYBALL vi SVHS, 6 p m Stturday's Garni CROSS COUNTRY; at Cedar Park, 8 a m  CANYON LAKE  FrWay'i Gamta FOOTBALL at Luling, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL it Wimberley, 6 30 pm Saturda/a Gama CROSS COUNTRY; at Branham, 8 30 a m  NEW BRAUNFELS Friday'» Gama«  FOOTBALL vs Westlake, 7:30 p m VOLLEYBALL vs Seguin7 p m Saturday's Gama CROSS COUNTRY: at Feast Meet, 8 a m  SMITHSON VALLEY Friday's Gamas FOOTBALL vs Canyon, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL vs Canyon, 6 p m Saturday's Game CROSS COUNTRY; at Cedar Park, 8 a m  Baile\' (‘*-7), who went into the game' with O.H() TKA in thrc'e starts .igainsl thc> Astros this sew son, set a c.ircM'r-high in wins while' allowing six hits ,incl two runs with two walks and five strikc'outs in sc'vc'n innings.  1 rancisco t orclero pitc hed the' ninth for his Uth save.  I iouston's Bud Norris (()-11) Ic'ft thc' game two outs intc) the third inning with discomfort in his right shouldei. Norris allowed sevc'n hits and thrc'e funs wilh two walks and thrtM.' strikeH)uts.  lODAV'S SCOKKS LANCE GLANCE  former Canyon High School standout Lance Berkman, now a nghtfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, was 2-for-5, 2 RBIs through 8 innings vs, the Mets on Tuesday >». He IS bat ting 300  MLB STANDINGS  National League East Oiviaion  W L    Pet    GB  x-Philadelphia 98 56    636    —  Atlanta 88 67    668    10V>  Washington 74 79    484    23X  New York 73 80    477    24X  Florida 70 85    452    28>7 Carrtral Division  W L    Pet    GB  Milwaukee 91 64    587    —  St Louis 84 69    549    6  Ciricinnati 75 80    484    16  Pittsburgh 68 86    442    2&  Chicago 68 87    439    23  Houston    53 101    344  West Division  W L    Pet    GB  An/ona 89 65    578    —  San Fiancisco 83 70    542    SVi  Los Angeles 76 76    500    12  Colorado San Diego  84  455  432  19  22>i  Tuesday's Results  Washington 4, Philadelphia 3, 10 innings, 1st game  Washington 3, Philadelphia 0, 2nd game Atlanta 4, Florida 0 Cincintiati 6, Houston 4 Milwaukee 5, Chicago Cubs 1 San Diego 2, Colorado 1 N Y Mets at St Louis, late Pittsburgh at Arizona, late San Francisco at L A Dodgers, late Today's Gamas Houston (W Rodriguez 11-10) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 8-12), 11,35 a m Milwaukee (Wolf 13-91 at Chicago Cubs (Garza 8-10), 1 20 p m  San Diego (Bass 1-0) at Colorado (A Cook 3 9), 2:10 p m  Pittsburgh (Ohiendorf 1-2) at Arizona (Milev 3-2), 2:40 p m  Washington (Lannan 9-13) at Philadelphia (Woiley 11-2), 6:05 p m Atlanta (D Lowe 9-15) at Florida (Vazquez 11-11), 610pm  N Y Mets (Schwinden 0-2) at St. Loais tJ Garcia 12-7), 7 15 p m  San Francisco (Vogelsong 11-7) at L A Dodgers (Eveland 2-1), 9:10 p m, Thursday” s Games N Y Mets at St. Louis, 12:45 p m Washington at Philadelphia, 6 05 p m Colorado at Houston, 7:05 p m San Francisco at LA Dodgers, 9 10 p m,  American League East Division  W L    Pet    GB  New York 93 60    608    —  Boston 88 67    568    6  Tampa Bay 85 68    556    8  Toronto 78 76    506    \S'A  Baltimore 64 90    416    29/';  x-Oetroit Cleveland Chicago Kansas City Minnesota  Texas  Los Angeles  Oakland  Seattle  x-clinched division  Central Division  W    L  89    65  76    77  75    79  68    87 59    93  West Division  W    L Pet  88    65 575  84    70 545  69    84 451 64    89 418  Pet    GB  578    — 497  487    14  439    2lX  388    29  GB  19  24  Tuesday's Results  Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 3,  1st game  Chicago White Sox 5, Cleveland 4,  2nd game  N Y Yankees 5, Tampa Bay 0 LA Angels 10, Toronto 6 Baltimore 7, Boston 5 Kansas City 10, Detroit 2 Seattle at Minnesota, late Texas at Oakland, late  Today's Games Tampa Bay (Shields 15-11) at N Y Yankees (Sabathia 19-8), 12 05 p.m.,  1st game  Ctiicago White Sox (Buehrle 11-9) at Cleveland (U Jimenez 4-2), 6:05 p.m.  Tampa Bay (Hellickson 13-10) at N Y Yankees (PHughes 5-5), 6:05 p.m.,  2nd game  L A Angels (Haren 15-9) at Toronto (McGowan 0-0), 6:07 p m  Baltimore (Tom,Hunter 4 4) at Boston (Beckett 13-5), 6 10 p.m.  Detroit (Scherzer 14-9) at Kansas City (FPaulino 3-6), 7:10 pm.  Seattle (Pineda 9-10) at Minnesota (Slowey 0-6), 7:10 p m,  Texas (C Wilson 16-7) at Oakland (McCarthy 9-8), 9:05 p.m.  Thursday's Gamas Tampa Bay at Boston, 6:10 p m Cleveland at Texas, 7:05 p.m Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 7 p.m, Detroit at Oakland, 9 05 p.m.  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and photos. Email them to herald-zeitung.com  HZ  Wi  Learn what's in tomorrow's paper, otfer news tips, rec:eive alerts Become a New Brauntels Herald-^Zeitiing Faceliook fan  Receive the Herald Zeitiing e-newsletter in your e-niail box each moining hsrald-zeitung.com. Click 'Herald-Zsitung Mailing List*   

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