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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 ■■■p «ip  wtm  if’  SPECIAL FEATURES ON BREAST CANCER AWARENESS SECTION B  50«  New Braunfels  FRIDAY  OCTOBER 28.2011  Herald ^Zeitung  herald'Zeitung.com  SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852  107TH WORLD SERIES  CARDS DENY RANGERS  Homer in 11th 'orces Game 7  ST. LOUIS (AP)  David F re(*se homeriMl to l(',icl ott fh(‘ bottom of the I Ith inning, .infl the St I ouis { .irclinals ior( i*fl th(' World Serif'S to a (j.ime 7 In rallying troni tvvo-riin ilelK its against the Texas Rangers in the 9th atifi lOth on fhursday night tor ,1 10-0 vit tory, iH'ese hit a two-run triple just over <i leaping N(*lson ( riiz to tie th(‘ store* 7-7 in the ninth inning against Nettali Fell/. Then, atl( r losh I l.imilton [)iit Tex.is ahead will) a fwo-iiiri homer in the loth ott Jasoo Motte, Kvan Theriot hi! in RBI groundoiit in thi bottom hall and lance B('rkman tied it 9 <) with a single.  I rees(>'s shot to < ent(>r ( <ini(' ott Mark I ovv('. ( lariie 7 is tonight  lexas had built a 7-4 lead in th(' sc'venth when Adnan Heltre and Nelson ( ru/ hit cons(‘( utivi' home runs ott l ance Ivnn, and Ian Kinsler added an RBI single oti ( )ctavio I )otel, Allen ( raig's sen ond homer ot th(> Seric's c ut the gap in tl.i' (Mghtli against l)('rek lloll.ind. Then in the iinth, Albt'rl I’ujols douiiied with one out olt Icli/ and Berkm.in walkt'd ( I'l lour pit( hes.  ( raig took a ( ailed third strike, and f reese tell behind in the ( ount I-1. I le sli( ('d <\n op )osite-ti(‘ld dri\e, and w ien ('ru/ )um()ed, the c row'd ot 4^. 51 S at Bust h Stadium ( ouldn't tell at first whether he ( aught it.  leliz then rc'tired Molina on a tlyout to right, sending the g>ime to extra innings.  CHARLIE RIEDEL AP  Si I ouis Cardinals’ Lance Berkman hits a run-scoring single during the 10th inning of the Cards’ 10-9 victory over the Texas Rangers in Game 6 of i^aseball’s World Series on Thursday  With T(‘\as ahead 11 in th(' Series and one win from its tirst title, th(' Rangers ,ilso wasted 1 -0, ,uul 4 ) leads. The ( ardinals made three terrors in a Scries gam«“ tor th(‘ tirst tinu' situe 1 ‘>4 and Rangers tirst baseman Mic hael Young m.ide two, with each te.im allowing two uneariuMi runs.  M.itt Holliday was picked ott in the sixth at third base by c ate hc-r Mike Napoli, thw'cirting the Car-diiiiils' attc'mpt to go ahead, and he had to leave' the game bc'c ause ot a bruisc'd right pinkie.  Hamilton's RBI single  had put the R.ingc'rs .ihc'ad in the lirst ott laime (lar-( ia, Bc'rkman's two-run homer gave the ( ardin.ils the lead in the bottom halt and Kmsler's run-scoring (k)uble tied it J-all in the third.  ( ru/ rc'ac lu'd when Hollidav droppc'd a tk ball k'ading oft the fourth and c ame home w hen Mike Na|)oli singled tor his lOth RBI of the Seric's. Bc-rkman then got to tirst on a throwing error by Young starting the bottom halt and scored on Molina's grounder.  FrtM'se drof)pt'd Hamilton's [)opup to third lead  ing ott the fifth, and Young lined a pitc h from Kernan do Salas to the gap in Ic'tt ( enter. An error by Young on Holliday's sixth-mmng groundc'r was tollowc'd bv three straight walks, inc luding two by Ogan-do.  Both teams wastc'd numerous c hancc's. Tex.is was \ tor 1 with runru'rs in scoring position and stranded nine-, and St. I ouis was 0 for 4 with run-n(*rs in scoring [)osition, dro[)pmg to 2 for I () m Ciames S and ().  l ewis allowc'd tour runs — two e.irnc'd — and thrc'e hits in 5 I/i innings.  LANCE vs.  THE  RANGERS  Canyon High School grad Lance Berkman  went 3-for-5 with a HR, 2 singles, 3 RBIs and 4 runs scored in Game 6 of the World Series,  '>íB-Seguin rivalry one-sided  Communities still enjoy battle for bragging rights  By will Wright  Ttie Herald-Zeilung  The 97th t*difion of the* okk'St high school football rivalry in Texas is tonight, as the New Br.uinfels U n icorns t.ik(‘ on S e g u i n ' s Matadors at M a t a d o r Stadium.  It's calk'd the (lu.idalupc' River Bowl, as two com-munitic's separated by less thc'11 20 mik's toss out season records — and in many casc's family ties — to battle ior annual brag-K'l'K  Related  ■ NB Seguin game analysis Page 6A  Commissioners cover shortfall  t^e^alü• Zeitung lile ptioto  New Braunfels’ Charles Worl (21) tackles Seguin's Mason Schmidt (6), during the first quarter of the Unicorns' 51-14 win over the Matadors last season  Nc'vv Braunfels holds a S7- in the series that began in 1927. With the  excc'ption ot one season bc'tween l‘)M and 194(),  See RIVALRY, Page 5A  Select Colorado contractor for Krueger Canyon Dam  By Greg Bowen  rtie Hefald-Zeitung  Comal C'ounty commissioners, after having worked out iUi arrangement with the New Braunfels 4 B Board to covc'r the $j.S million shortfall on the Krueger Canyon dam jrojec t, votc'd Thursday to lire a dam builder.  ASI Constructors of Puef)lc) West, Colo., is expec tc'd to l)egin work in about two weeks, after completing contrac tual documents under which the firm vvould be paid  Krause  $12.7 million.  (Ount v ludge Shc'r-man Krause said A Si's bid - the lowest of five ranging as high as $I().H million — was almost $ 5 million higher than the county h.ul expected and budgeted for.  County offic ials sought help to cover thc> shortfall from New Braunfels ( ity ( ounc il, vvhu h on Monday OK'd a contribution  See PROJECT. Page 5A  Pence  ► RIVER AD HOC  Group  reviews  strategies  By (keg Bowen  Ttifi Herald Zeitung  The city's River Acl Hoc ( ommittcH' (ontinued work ing Thursday in a fast-trac k effort to improve* N('w Braunfels' tubing industry tor residcmts and visitors.  The group foe usc'd on p r o I) I c‘ m s relatcYl to traf-ti( flow and p<)rking.  River A( tiv-ities Manager Nathan Penc e detailed the parking and traffic ditfK ul-tic's in the c it\ s Princ (' Solms l\)rk centc'red ( onicil River tubing /one, where' peck'stri.ins, heavy traitu , outfittc'rs' shuttle's and ne-igh-borhood residents all e omc' toge'thc'r.  "Wc' nc'ed some« eompr«'-hensive' traffic ('nginee'ring analysis m that area," IVik e-said.  The group also disc ussed spreading the word a< ross the state about the* tubing e h<Higes the' grou ) will re( -omrne'nd After learmg <t prc'sc'ntation b\ ludv \oung ot tiu' (it\ s ( onve'ntion .ind Visitors Bureau on the' rxte-nsive m.uke'ting mr» ha-nisrns .ilre-acK in pl.u e* the ( ommitcf -'.'erned to that the ( VM> is u ('II e(]ui[)p<‘d to handle that tcisk.  The' k'ast ol our problems u ill bc' getting our mc'ssagc' out," said ( ommit-le<' me'mbt'r ( raig Htill ' i think the (|ue'stion will be what message we re* gomg to se'nd out thc'rr,'  I <ist wi-ek, the' r,'«mp hc'iird prese'nt.itions oi’ niak ing tubing c'lther rt. '.t'liue lu'utral (>r protit.ibk' l< m s it\ governmc'nt and on sa!et\' problc'ms encountere'd In polic c'me'ii, othe'r ( it\ work-e'rs, residents and tourists.  (Iroup lac ilitator ,*\ndv Sansom ot lexas State Dni-vf'rsity said the r<'al work will start w'lth lU'Xt v\e'C'k's mc'c'tmg, to be held 4: U) p.m. Wc'dnc'sdav, whc'n the (ommitte'e brc'aks up into  See RIVER, Page 5A  WEATHER, 12  MAKAYLA PERRY  GOODWIN FRA2IER ELEMENTARY  Clearing and cooler     High: 67    Low: 40      Abjjv ________    1QA      Cla>$ tieds    10A      Camics    3A      Cr&5&¥V0rds_    9A      F.qü)iq .    4A      QMtuanes    . 3A      Planner    8A      Spqrts    6A      TV    11A     Vol 158 I No 301 2 sections, 16 pages  8 *56825 00001  50 cetits  For great drinks & musicy Qo Uptown tonight!  Downstairs in the | Prince Solms Inn 295 E. San Antonio 830-708-5411  J For breaking news, sports scores, weattier, traffic and niid-day updates, follow us on Twitter ©NewBraunfelsHZ  Learn wtiat's in tomorrow’s paper, offer news tips, receive alerts Become a New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Facebook fan.  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