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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 61 Wednesday, October 19, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  ST. LOmS(AP)  Line e Bt'rkman knew he couldn’t run from the c.imeras. So the Ordifi.ils ouftielder ltK)k('d straight into the first one that 7(K>m(‘d in on his t<i( e and offi’rtYl a mea t ul()a to the ent i re state of Texas.  "I m not afraid to say, Tdt'y, I wasn't right/' former ( anvon standout B(‘rkman said.  ()ne of the sul>|)lots to Ganx‘ 1 of fh(' World Series, whith starts at 7 [),m. tonight in St, louis on FOX, i<^ that Berkm.m never thought the  ► PREP FOOTBALL  Friday night tickets on sale  Fr  If IMS '  LOTltRV  ► TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (10/18)  Day 8-5-5 Nigfit 6-8-8 DAILY 4 (10/18)  Day 9-17-1 Nigfit 6-3-5-4 SATURDAY LOTTO JackpQt: $15 miilion 22-24-34-45-51-52(10/15) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot $14 million 33-40 49-50-52-53 (10/12) MEGA MILLIONS (10/18) 24-25-45-47-53 MB 42 Megaplier; 2  TEXAS TWO STEP (10/17)  1^9-31-34 BB 26 CASH FIVE (10/18)  1^7-10-12-26  POWERBALL (10/15)  5-10^24-38-43 PB: 1 Power Play 4  ^ reports  Prcs.ilf» ti( kefs lor this week's Í omal ( ouiif\ t(M)t liall g.uTK's ,ir(' oti sale.  New Braunfels  Ih kefs lor \ew Br.uintels' home game against San •\nt( into Wagner ar(* on sale Irom H a.m. to ncnm >)nd 1- j |) m toda\ and Thursda\ at the [ nicorn f leld Houst' anri H ,1 m. to I [).m. on f rida\.  Pri( es are S7 tor adults and S i tor students, and ,)ll Ik kefs are geiK'ral cidmission All ti( kefs at tlie gate <tre S8.  Canyon  Ilf k(‘|s tor ( anvoiVs road ganif against I ik kfiart go on sale toda\'. All tic k('fs are on s.ilc at the ( ougar AthletK ( )tti( e from 8 ,i.m. to 4 p,m WediK'sd.n and Tliursdav, and 8 ,i,m. to 1 p.m. Í ridav.  I’rM ('s arc lor adults an<l S ’> lor students, and all ti( kets art* general adniission All ti( k(‘ts .it the g.ite .ire S"  Smithson Valley  Pr(‘sale tu kets tor the Sntithson \Ville\ ro.id game vs. Schert/ flemi'ns at lenliotf St.idiLim go on sale tod<i\. Ti( k('ts .ire .iv.iil.ible from 8 a.til. to 4 p.m. on foda\ at fhe Kangf'r Field House: 8-11 .i.m, at theFu'ld House and I 1 : iO .i.m, to 1 p.m .it fhe SmithsonValle\ ( .iteteria on f hursda\ ; and 8 -1 0: '>() a.m. at flu- Field I louse and I 1 am. to 12; Í0 p.m ,it the ( .ifeteria on f ri~ d.i\  ( .eiier.il admission aflulf fi( kets are Sf* .ind students .tre s I. All tickets at the g.ife areS:’.  Canyon Lake  ÍK kets tor ( anvoti I ake's ro.td game .tgainst Boeme are av.iilable trom 8; 50 a.m. to4 p.m. at th(‘( .m\on L.ik(‘ Athletic ( )tti( e, .md .it th(‘ ( .ilet(‘ria trom 1 1:50 .i.m. to 1 ; iO p.m. tod,IS through Fri d.iv. Pr(‘sale fi( k(‘fs ,ire $") tor .tdulfs .ind S 5 tor stu dents.  Ik kets <irr' SO <if the gate.  Texas Rangers would l)e playing in it. Tliat's v\ ti\' he c hose to sign a one-year deal with the (^irdi-nals in th(M)lftsc‘ason, even though the R<)rig(*r^ also pursued him.  Berkman told a Houston radio station in lanu.vrv th.it the Rangers were .in "average te.im" without st.ir pitcherC litf lec‘, .vnfl that th(‘v ( aught "lightning irv .) bottle and  Berkman  they got hot" whe'n thevmade last year's World Series. He even d(‘noun( e'd the re'stof Tt‘xas' )it( h-ing staff, which {M’riormeHj 4x'tter than their talent level and, consequently, they had a great \ear/' The Cardinals, Berkman figured, had the pieces to make a det'p fK)sts(‘ason run.  Turns out the Ranger‘^ did, t(M). "(’ert.iinly the List thing I want is to have the entire' state* of Texas to be* rnael at me," Berkm.rn said Ix'fore a workeiut Tuc'sda>’ at Buse h  Stadium. "I don't want to disre-sfXHt anv ilayers the* Rangc'rs have, lien au«> t le'v have* a fine l)aseball le\im. I think If you say enough things publicly, e'ventuallv you're* going te) sa>' some thijigs that are* ()re>bablv not great, anel th.it's the* c ase‘ here,"  Be'rkm.vn rc’surrex te*d his e are^'r in St. louis, hitting .iOl with M home'Ts and 94 RBIs this season. The* six-time* All-Star hit .i ce>m-bifK'fl .248 List year lx't\V(*e*n Heius-ton <ind the New York Yanke'cs.  HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL  LAURA McKENZIE) .Her,ii{j /wtunq  The Canyon volleyball tean'i celebrates after rallying to wm Game 3 against rival Smithson Valley on Tuesday night  DRIVER’S SEAT  Canyon on the verge of 27-4A     •  - -m *              J.     By Chris Hoffman  The. Herald /oitung  It's aK\.t\s ni( e to be* in the*driver's se*at. and tor the ( an\on volle*vb.ill te*am, th.rt \s )ust wheri* thi'y're* sitting.  I he* ( oug.ire'ttes 15“) 10 ovei .til, ‘>-1 in l)istri(t 27-4A) finislied .1 season sw'e*e*p ot Smithson V'.il-le\ with a 2S-lr 22-21: 2S-I<»; 2 V17 w in Fue*s(L)\ to gi\e them a two-g.mie c ushion en route* to their first district title* siiK e 2()07.  "This IS an .un.izing hH'ling right now," s.tid ( .invon junior Megan lsbe*ll, wTio h.ul ,t block .ind fw'o kills during .i VO run to e>nd the* match. "All of our goals h.ive started with winning a dis trict tiflt*. It t(*(*ls ev<*n bett(*r knowing that we're* so c lose*, and  to know th.it wc* worked h.ird lor if .mil (f wasn't )ust hande*d to  us."  The v\in ove*r R.ingers wasn't h.inde*el to them e*ithe*r.  Down 1-0, Smithson V'aIle\ ro.ired li.ic k with an 1 1 -4 run to c*vc*n tlie* match .it I - I, ,ind w(‘rc* U[) IS-10 in C'lame* 5.  ihat's whc'n ( anvon re*gained its intensiiv.  R.ilae Strobos h.id live* of her game*-high 20 kills during a IS-4 run to win the* third g.imc*, and ( .inyon nc'ver looked b.u k.  ( .inyon ( ontrol their own de*s tiny, as they can c apturc* the dis trict ehampionship by wining its final two g.imc's against I oc kh.iif ancJ Kyle* I ehm.m, who are .i combined 4-1 S in distric t play.  New Braunfels 3, Judson 0  ( ()NVf KSF - Angela 1 owak h.ul eight kills and k'ssic.i W.ildri() add(*d 2 7 .issists to le*ad Ne*W' Br.uinfels to a 25-‘>, 25-18, 2>20 win ove'r (Onvc'rse luilson in a District 2')-SA showdown on Tuc’sday.  I he* win w^rafis up the* distfict e h.impionship for New Braunfels ( 58-(), 8-0), who re*main unde-Ic'ated in distric t pl.iy.  Wimberley 3, Canyon Lake 0  FISi^Flf R - ( .iii\c)n F.ike lost 21-1 S, 2 S 10, 2S 1 {) to Wimber-le*\' to drop its final home g.ime of the se*.ison.  Amber R.inise*y had nine kills to lead th(* I ad\ I l.iwks.  Raiders acquire Carson Palmer from Bengals  NBA sides, mediator meet for 10 hours  ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP)  lh(* Oakland R.nders h.iv(' ae (juired (ju.irte'rliac k i^.irson P.ilme^r trom ( inc inn.itt in a i>old mov(* to replace injure*d st<irte*r jason i 'ampbe*ll.  I he te*.ims m.ule* the de.fl Tuesd.iy, one* d.iy after (..tm[)bell li.id surge*ry on his broke*n c ollarbone* that will sick'line him .if le*ast six w'C'eks.  lire Be*ngals had been ad.imant that the*y wouldn't trade Palmer, who hasn't f)|aye*d since the* eiid of last se.ison. The* franchise cjuarterback decided he wouldn'  another se*.ison with (ane innati, eve*n though his contract runs through the 2014 season.  But owner Mike Brown reverse*d course* whe‘n the Raide*rs we*re willing to send a 2012 first-round fjiek and a concFitic)nal pick in the 201 { dratt to the Ik'ngals.  The* Raiders (4-2) became* de*spe'rate* for a c|uarte'rbae k after ( amp-bell broke his collarbone during a win over the Browns on Sunday. (.implied I had surgery Monday and was expcM ted te> miss at least six we*eks.  NEW YORK(AP)  NBA |)laye*rs and own-c*rs me*t tor more th.in 10 hours with a i(‘de*ral m(*di-.itor, hoping to deliver the (irogrc'ss (Commissioner David Stern says is nee*d-e*d to avoid cance*ling more* game*s.  The* talks started about 10 a.m. Ste*rn sought imme*di.ite re*sults in just one* day of mediation, saying during interviews last wt'ek that pro|)osals c(>uld ge*t worse and more game*s c ould be* lost without a de*al Tue*s(Liy.  This w(as the longest negotiating se*ssion since  owners loc ked out players when the old colle*ctive b.irgaming agreement c'xpired .it the e*nd of the day lune 50.  In another interview, Ste*rn told WFAN radio in Ne*w York that his "gut" was there wouldn't be NBA game.*son ( hristmas if the I 10th day of the lockout e>nde*d without a deal.  l arge gaps re*main, with F)oth siek's seeking 5 i pe*r-cent of liasketbalT revenue^ and jilayers Ofipos-ing Owners' attempts to signifie antly t hange the salary c ap system,  THE EXTRA POINT  New Braunfels' Heather Hewitt  iANZONI*;  TEXAS AP HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL  Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll Clast 5A  School    Total Points Prv  1    Allen 112)    (7 0) 230 I  2    Katv (8)    17 0) 229 2  3    DeSoto (4)    j7 0) 202 3  4    Etiless Trinrty (1) (8 0) 181 4  5    Cíbolo Steele (7 0) 151 5  6    Soiithlake Carroll (7 0) 116 6  7    Dallas Skyline (7-0) 99 7  8    Longview    (6 1) 56 8  9    Port Arthur Memori8l(7 0) 42 9 to R:R Westwood (7 0) 27 lO  Others r8c*iving votes: 11. Converse Judson 12 12, Cyprfiss Fairbanks 9 13, Harlingen 8 14, lufkin4 16, Colleyville Heritage3 15, Cedar Hill 3 17, Lewisville Marcus 2 18, Coppell 1  Class 4A  Total    Points Prv  (7-0)    250 1  (7 01    206 (7 0) 194  (7-0)    168  School  1    Lake Travis (?5)  2    Denton Ryan  3    Bronham  4    Smtthson Valley  5    Dallas Highland Park(7 0) 129  6    Port Lavaca Calhnun(7 0) 119  7    Manvel    (7 0) 104  8    Pearland Dawson (8-01 79  9    Cedar Park    (7 11 57  10    StnpherivillB (6 11 40  Others receiving votes: 11, Aledo 13 1?, Anqleton 12 13. La Marque 2 13, WfilHorth Frenstiip 2  Class 3A     School    Total    Points    Prv      1 Tyler Chapel HilM 14)18 0)    235    1      2 Wimberley (61    (6 0)    221    2      3 Henderson (4)    (70)    203    3      4 Ctdspring Oakhurst (1)(8 0)    184    4      5 Gilrner    (7 0)    144    5      6 Cehna    (70)    121    6      7 Alvarado    (7 01    94    7      8 West Columbia    (8 0)    76    8      9 Argyle    (6-H    33    9      10 1 indale    (6 11    20    10     Others receiving votes 11 Waco La Vega 13 12, Carthage 6 13. Gon?ales b 14, Decatur 4 15, SmtthvillR 3 16, Snyder 2 16, Navasota 2 16, Sertmiole 2 16, Devifi« 2 16, Giddings 2 21, Beliville 1 21, Hnndol 2!. Van I  Class 2A     1 School    Total    Points    Prv      1 Refugio (24)    (7 01    249    1      2 Idalou    (6 1)    204    2      3 Hempstedd (1)    (7 0)    200    3      4 Rogers    ¡7-01    142    4      5 New Boston    16-1!    138    5      6 Wall    (8 01    116    6      7 Godley    (6 11    75    1      8 Eastland    (8-01    73    9      9 SctmtenbuT.j    16 11    62    8      1 10 D<tmgerfield    (5 21    38    10     Others receiving votes: 11 Sunora 24 1? Coisicaiia Mildieri 23, 13 Pnth 9 14, Cinckott 7 15, Tatum 6 1b, Miileshoe 3 17, Laqo Vista 2 17, East Bfirnaid 2 19 Cis(.n 1 19 Marion 1.  Class 1A     School    Total    Points    Prv      I 1 Ganado (18)    (8 0)    240    1      2 Tenaha (4,1    (7 0)    227    2      3 Mason (3)    (7 0)    204    3      4 Miienstei    (7 0)    159    4      5 Albany    (8 0)    150    *1      6 Garrison    (6 11    97    6      7 Windlhorst    (6 1)    84    7      8 Wellington    (8 01    68    y      9 Clarksville    (6 11    65    8      10 Price Cailisk;    \1 01    31    10     Others receiving votes: II, Sunray 16 12, Goldtliwaite 8 13, Mart 7 14, Honey Grove 6 15. Milano 4 16, Sundown 3 16, Biiiton 3,18, Mufiday 2 19, Canadian 1  ► PREP SPORTS  Bracken Christian raises $12,000 :br athletics  BULVERDE  Brac kcMi ( hristian Sc hool raisc'd $T2,000 .it its annual Brae ken Warrior (iolf ( l.is-si( Mond.iy at ( anyon Springs (lolf (luli.  The funds will go elire'c fly to the* Br.u ke*n Warrioi ath-le*tic s program.  S|)onsorships, plave*rs .ind volunte*er p.vrfic ip.ifion we*rc* .ill u[) from last \e*.ir.  "We .ire* ve*r\ (*xc ited about tli(* su|)port .uid turnout of this yc*ar's tournament," Bracke*ii .ithletK director |ame*s lohnson s.iid. "We could neve*r li.ive* done* this with out the* he*lp of so m.my am.i/ing volunte*e*rs as well as oui ge'nerous sponsors,  " Fheir e'ftorts and the sup, j)ort ot all the individual pl.iye*rs will l)enc*tit our pro-gr.im this ye*ar .ind lor ye*ars to c ome*."  Bracke*n Warrior Athlc'tic s ge*ne‘rally uses pioc e'eds like* this for larger ex[)e‘ndi|uie*s, such as im|)roving transportation and fae ilitii's, and otlie*r gene*ral alhletic pro-gr.mi upgr.ides  For breaking nevys, sports scores, weather, traftic and roid (lay updates, follow us on Twitter 9New6raunfelsHZ  Wi  Learn yvhSt's in tornprrow's paper, offer hews tips, receive alerts Beconie ai New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Facebook fan  Receive the Herald-Zeitung e-newsletter in your e-mail box eacfi morning herald ieitung com Click 'Herald-Zeituhg Mailing List.'   

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