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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 12, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Canyon High’s Maddie Haas  Tigers beat Raiders  Tig«r« 5 Rangsr* 2  DFmorr(AP)  Ootig f iskM- rk‘liv(‘r(‘fiiin<)th-or strong start in .i g.ime i')ptr()il nee'dod and Miglici ( abrera homered and hit a ticbreaking double to lead the Iigf^rs past the Texas Rangers 5-J Tuesfla\ night in Gam(‘ \ ot the AL ihampionship serits.  Detroit dropped the tirst iwn games in Texas betöre  turning to I ister, who won the de< isive titth game ot ihe iiivi-sion series at Yank(‘(' Stadium last we('k He was sharp again, allow ing two runs and s(’vi»n hits with no walks in 7 1 -} innings.  lose Valverde, alter pitd’iing a season-high Kvo innings the fla\ ix’tort', worked around a leadott doulrle in the nintfi tor  his tHird filayoft save: He g(>t some help from ( abrera, who made a diving plav at first base.  Game 4 is of 1 p m. ti Kiiiyon F( )X . MattHarrrs()in starts tor Texas against Kick f’orcello — both went 14-9 this season.  ('al)r(Ta's doul)le in the tilth fHit the Tiger^ ahead 2-1 and  he addl'd a towering solo homer 111 the seventh.  Vit tor WartiiKV and jhonny Peralta also vvpnt deep lor the Tigers '\ustiii jat ksoh l)roke out ()l his ()osts{',isoii slump with thrir hits in( Itiding an RBI single  Tt*xas right h.inder ( olhy l ewis allowed tour runs and eight hits in 3 innings  ► PREP FOOTBALL  ^riday night tickets on sale  Presali’ ticket'' for this vvcck's ( (»mal ( ount\ loot-b.ill gamc'- .tre i in sale,  New Braunfels  ii{ kets lor New BraunteK ro.if! game against (jbolo Stccle are on s.ìle trom 8 ani fo n<M)n tinfi p.m. at flir t ni( orn Fk‘I(I Hou^'e tod.n and fhursda\, and H ,) m !() I p.in, on f rirlav.  Prucs ,if(‘ tor adulis and S i t( if stuflents and all !i< ki‘!s are genera! .iflmission, \!' iK kets >ti thè gate .ire SH.  Canyon  ÌK kets ì( ir ( an\( )n's horne game <)g,iin''t Sihf'rt/  ( linnens '40 on s.ilc tofla\ All !i( kcf'« are on sale at th(*  ( otigar Mhlf'tit, ( )t!i(elrom il ,1 in. to 4 p.ni. toda\ <tnd Uiiirsda\ and 8 a.m. to 1 p [11 on l rula\.  I’ri(cs ,tr«’ $i) tor adulta .uif I S ’> tor studi’nts. and all ti< kfts are generai adniissK )n. •MI Ih kets at thè gat(> are  Smithson Valley  Presa le t k kets tor thè Snutiison \alle\ ht>me game \s \lani( ) I teights go on sale ]oda\. Tu kets are .i\ailal)le troni 8 a.fi), to 4 p.m. on torla\ at thè Ranger Fteld Hi)us(>: 8 -1 1 a.m. at thè ( ictd Houst' on and 1 1:50 a.in. fo 1 p.m. at thè Smith-M ili Vai|e\ ( ateteria on Thurs-<lav and 8 -10; 50 a.m. at thè f H'id Hous(‘ and 11 am. io 1J; 50 p.ni. at thè c,atet('ri,i on f ri(ki\  k(‘s('r\c(i s(*ats are $7, gerv crai admission adult tick(*ts .tre Si) .\nd students ar(‘ $5. All tj( k(*ts at thè gate are S~.  Canyon Lake  Ii( kets tor ( an\on Lake's horiK^ game against Wirn-ÌM‘rl<'\ aie a\,ail<il)le trom 8:50 a.m to 4 p.m. at thè ( an\on 1 ake Athl('tic Otlu i*, ,tiui at thè ( at*‘t('ria trom I I : 50 a.m. to ] : 50 p.m. toda\ through PridaN. Presale* ti( kets are tor «idults .ind $ 5 tor students.  iu kets are* $f> at thè gate.  PREP VOLLEYBALL RESULTS  LAURA McKENZIF Heraid /pituiig mqtìf.  EASYGOING  looks impressive in sweep of Seguin  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and photos Email them to sports® herald-zeitung.com  By Chris Hoffmar»  Itie Herala-Zeitunq rhe I adv UnKorns are ni.ik-ing It look easv.  Angela Lowak said tlie New Brauntels volle\ball team is in ()tavotl-mod(‘ tluring th(‘ tii>.il tour g.HTUvs of the season, as it swept Seguin 1 j, ¿"y-l I and iS- in a Distru t 2^) 'ÍA m.itc h on Tiu‘sday night.  "W(“'r(‘pla\ ing realK well and tfie themistrv te('ls good on this team, said I ow'ak, w ho l(>d New Brauntels with P* kills anrl lour a( cs in tlie w in. "VVe'rt' not t.iking It eas\. VVe are getting reads lor th(.‘ playotts, anrl using these final games to tini* tunt' our game."  It New Brauntels iKH'ds line tuning, It would take <in elec Iron microstope, .is the Lady Unicorns dominate' ever\ <ispec t of  lli(‘ game ag.iinst the I a(l\ Wata d( )fs.  But Lov\ak satd that tlu're is always sonH'thmg to improve upon.  "VVe hav(’ to stop missing so many s(>r\,es," slu- said. "But I like tiie things w(''re floing to g(‘t Ix'tter.'  The ia(K Unuorns improve to 5^)-() and lead tiu‘(listric t In tsvo games with a (>-0 record.  I )aniell.i Villarr(Ml had J") digs and jessK a Waldnp added 5S tissisls in ihe w in.  New Brauntels tiavt‘ls to pla\ ( ibolo Steele in a district showdown <it 7 p.m. on Lrida\.  Canyon 3, Buda Hays 1  BIJOX C ainon maintaini'd its one-game* Ic-ad atop tlie Dis-tric t 27-4A standings witit <1 25-  2 5, t 5-25 25 19, 25-22 ov(*r Buda I lays on Tuesda\' night.  Ralae Strohos had a tc'.im-higli 2 1 kills to lc*ad the (ougarettes, who im|)rovc*d to 5 5-10 overall and a " I distru I re( ord.  SVHS 3, Lockhart 0  1 ()( K1 lAKl (\Uu le M( K.iy and Nina ,\tod\-Bailey com-bint’d lor 17 kills to Ic'acI Smithson Vaik'N to a 25-1 5, 25-1 5, 25-1 5 win ovei I oc khart on Tuf'sday to remain in second pku (' in th(* 27-4A standings.  Bandera 3, Canyon Lake 2  1IS( HLR - Bai)(k*ra r.illicHl from a 2-0 hole to beat ( an\on Lake* in tivc* g,im(*s on Tuesday.  Amber Ramsey l(*d thi* I ady Hawks with I h kills.  Tech RB Stephens  ► TEXAS LOTTERY out for season  teams in 2012  irrHS ■ LOTltfiV  PICK 3 (10/11)  Day 5-5-4 Night 9-3-8 DAILY 4 (10/11)  Day 0-6-2-1 Night 4-B-3-5 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: Sl3 million 13-17-19-26 37-44 (10./8) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot $12 million 1-7-10-20-23-54 00/5)  MEGA MILLIONS (10/11) 25-34-38-44 IVIB; 56 Megaplier 4  TEXAS TWO STEP (10/10)  I    6-13-27 BB. 30 CASH FIVE (10/11)  II    -28-32-34-37 POWERBALL (10/8)  3 27-35-37-45 PB: 31 Power Play 5  LUBBOCK (AP)  lexas Ich h junior run ning b.ic k Frit Stephens is out tor the sc*ason after dis-lo( ating his left knc*!* in last w(*ekend's 45-40 loss to lexas AtS^M.  Steph(*ns was .iveraging 1 14 yards pc'r g<ime and w,is on pac (* to reiic h 1,000 tor the s(*ason. 11(* was à big [lart ot (oac h lommy Tubervill{*'s eltort to liring a more l)iilan( ed otiense to the pass-ha|)py Red Raidc'rs. He* finished with 570 yards on 101) i arries.  rhe team announci'fl the  nc'ws Tuc'sday,  lh(- Red Raiders (4-1,1-1 Big 12) host No. 1~ Kans.is St.ite (5-0, 2-0) on S.iturday night.  rhe o|)tions to replac (* Stephens inc lude fifth-y(\H senior Aaron Cravvtord, the 5-ioot-1 0, 21 1 poundc'f who Tuberville said was as capable as Stephc'ns in handling l)locking assign-mc*nts.  (.'rawford went in lor Stephens after he was injured Saturday night. He finished with seven carries for 22 yards.  ftiH Associated Press  Interim Big 12 ( onv missioru'r (.^huck Nc'iiitis says the league is set with 10 t(*anis for 2012 with the addition of TCU, ('ven though Missouri is exploring a possible (k>[)arture.  Neinas says if Missouri dec ides to go to anolher tonferenc e, it wouldn't i)e for the 2012 season. Missouri is investigating whether to join the Southrastern (^onfer-ence, though the school has nc^l ruled  out remaining in the Bigl2.  r( li ac ce[)ted arv invitation this week to join the Big 12. The Horned Frogs will replace Texas A&M wh(‘h the Aggies l%ive lor the SFC next July, Neinas also said luc'sdaN that thc'ré is no consensus right now among Big 12 memf)ers on having 10 or 12 schools. He says that can'I Lie addrc'ssed until Missouri makes its deti-sion.  NFL  STANDINGS  AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eaat         WL T    Pet    PF PA      Buffalo    4 1    0    800    164120      New Englanrl    4 1    Q    .800    165119      N Y Jets    2 3    0    .400    121 125      Miami    0 4    0    Ò0Ó    69 104          South                  W L    T    Pet    PF PA      Houston    3 2    0    60Ò    127 95      Tennessee    3 2    0    .600    105 94      Jacksonville    1 4    0    200    59 115      Indianapolis    0 5    0    000    87 136          North                  W L    T    Pet    PF PA      j Baltimoro    3 1    0    750    119 57      j CIncirvnati    3 2    0    600    110 94      1 Pittsburgh    3 2    0    600    102 89      1 Cleveland    2 2    0    500    74 93          West              [    WL    T    Pet    PF PA      ! San Diego    4 1    0    .800    120109      Oakland    3 2    0    600    136133      j Kansas City    2 3    0    400    77 150      j Dertver    1 4    0    .200    105 140     Washington N.Y. Citants Dallas  Philaclfilphia  New Orleans Tampa Bay Atlanta Carolina  Detroit Green Bay Chicago Minnesota  NATIONAL CONFERENCE East  W L T    Pet    PF PA  3 1 0    750    83 63  3    2 0    600    127123  2    2 0    500    99 101  1    4 0    200    125132 South  W L T    Pet    PF PA  4    1 0    .800    157 125  3    2 0    600    87 125  2    3 0    400    104 130  1    4 0    200    116 132 North  VW L T    Pet    PF PA  5    0 0    1000    159 89 5 0 0    1000    173111  2    3 0    400    107 122 1 4 0    200    111 106 West  W L T    Pet    PF PA  San Francisco 4 1 0    800    142 78  Seattle    2 3 0    400    94 122  Ari7ona    1 4 0    200    96 121  St. Louis    0 4 0    000    46 113  Sunday's Results  Minnesota 34, An/Ona 10 Oakland 25, Houston 20 Kansas City 28, Indianapolis 24 Buffalo 31, Philadelphia 24 New Orleans 30, Carolina 27 Cincinnati 30, Jacksonville 20 Pittsburgh 38, Tennessee 17 Seattle 36, N Y. Giants 25 San Franciscr 18, Tampa Bay 3 San Dit;go 29, Denver 24 New England 30, N Y Jets 21 Green Bay 25, Atlanta 14 Open: Baltimore, Cleveland. Dallas, Miami, St. LOuis, Washington Monday's Results Detroit 24, Chicago 13  Sunday, Oct. 16 St. Louis at Green Bay, noon Jack'ionville at Pittsburgh, noon Philarlelphia at Washington, noon San Francisco at Detroit, noon Carolina at Atlanta, noon Indianapons at Cincinnati, noon Buffalo at N Y Giants, noon Cleveland at Oakland, 3 05 p.m. Houston at Baltimore, 3:05 p.m. Dallas at New England, 3:15 p.m.  New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 3:15 p.m Minnesota at Chicago, 7 20 p.m. Open: Arizona, Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle, Tennessee Monday, Oct. 17 Miami at N Y Jets, 7:30 p.m.  ► COLLEGE FB  Aggies prepare to face  COLLEGE STATTON(AP)  lexas A&M has allowed two ciuart(*rl)ac ks to set school rcHords for passing against its nation's worst [)ass defense this season.  This week the 2 1st-ranked Aggies are in for another challenge when they face No. 20 Baylor and star (|uarterback Robert (jriffin 111.  CjHltin is the* second most c*ffi-cient passer in the nation and his ibO yards ol total offense a game' rank tilth.  Ic'xas detc'nsive coordinator Tim l)c*Ruy1er says Gnttin is "as im|K)rtant to his team as anyone' in the countr)^" and that he's a "game c hanger,"  The* Aggic's are aw'arethat he's a more accurate passer this season, but that ck)esn't mean they'll forget about his threat as a runner after he had a 71 -yard touchdown dash .igainst thc*m last season.  Texas A&M is working on improving its pass dc'fense after yielding almost T48 yards passing a game this year.  Flu* Aggie'S allowc'd ()klahoma State's Brandon Weeden and Arkansas cjuarterbac k Tyler Wilson to s(‘t sc hcK)l p.vssing records against tliem and are yielding almost i48 yards passing a game.  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