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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE EXTRA POINT  Smithson Valley's Cara Bowman  Volleyball playoff runs start today  By Chris Hoffman  I fifi Hfirald Zeitunq  The WcirtiMip m.ilches h,we (ofK liided, ,ind tofl.iy, lh(' r(\il t(*st for (oni.il ('ounty's fo[) vol-li'yh.ill to.inis In'gins.  New Rraufiicls, thc l)istri( t 23-SA ( h,unf}ioiis anrl the No. 8-r.inkefi SA f(Mm in the stat(‘, hegins its (|uest to j>ive co.u h l’fiyllis lovvler h(>r third st.ite { h.Hiipionshii) whi'n th(> 1 <uly Uni( otns l.u e S.in Antonio ( hiir( hill tonight.  Ihe l)i-dislri( t plavott niatc h is s(l tnr S:i() p.ni. at Alamo ( on-vo( ation ( (Miter, vvhich is .idja-( enl to Alamo Stadium in San ■\ntt inio.  The 1 ady Uni-( orns i4()-6) are riding an 1 1 game winning streak into the playotís, ,ind ar<‘ l('d by one of the ri'gion's l)('st Irontliru's, tV’atiir ing senior Angi'l.i I ovv.ik (4<)4 kills), |en-na (iullii k i iJ(t kills) and N(>k.i ( iip[)etilli (2S‘) kills).  |essi( ,1 VValdrip l(‘ads iIk* hac k row with l,2‘)l assists lo l<‘.id Ni'w Rr.iiintels.  Í hiiri hill M 7-24) tinish(‘d  urn INF  Scan this QR code for directions to today's games or visit herald-¿eitung/sports  fourth in 2()-SA, and is led by s(*nior outsid(' hitt«‘r Kelsi'y Kaglin (4()1 kills).  Ti( kets are $4 tor adults and $ Í lor stud(Mits. \ ligh school fac ulty nii'mbers will be admitted fre(> with th(‘ir IDs,  Canyon  rh(' [district 27-4A champion ( ougarc'ttc's (J7-10) arc* ranked No. 17 in the state' polls.  ( .inyon ended the regular season by winning 12 of its final 1 \ games to claim its first district title since 2007. The Cougarettes will fac e Kc-rrville Tivy (2 5-20) in the bi-district round at 7 [).m. tcKlavat Blossom Athletic i enter's  I ittleton Gym in San Antonio.  Th(> (ougarettes routed the I ady Antlers in four g.mic'S in the* season's op<>ning mate h, and will try to make a deep playoff run with a possible date with detending st.ite champion Austin lake Travis in the* region.!I cjuartc'rfi-nals.  Tickets arc* $4 for adults and $2 tor studc'nts.  Smithson Valley  Smithson Valk'y will play 1 l.ir-lingc'n in the ( lass 4A ni-distric t [)layoff at 8 p.m. today at P.uil Taylor f ield Mouse in San Antonio.  TIk' l ady Range'rs (25 20) h.ive  won seven c)f (>ight and .irc* c om ing into their m.itc h ag.iinst the-28-4A runner-up lady Indians playing some ot their best vol  Iunior Nina Mody-Bail<‘y ( 500 kills) and senior Mac ie McK.iy (I'M kills) lead .i solid Irontline for Smithson Vallc-y,  Harlandale is Ic'd liy .i trio ol f)ower hitters in Am.ind.i Del loyos ( U)4 kills), Dish.ii {loodwyn (Ml kills) and lustine S.indov.il I i04 kills), who h.ivc'nÌ t.islc'd dc'feat much this season, losing only tvvic e in disine t pla\ lo evc'ntual champs Boc-rne ( h.imf)ion.  Tic kc'ls .ire $4 lor adults and  K\ \ /om:  Mere is Thf> Associated Press tiiqh scliool poll, with first-place votfis m parentlir‘S(!s, rBcnrds, points based on 10 9 8 7 6 5 4-3-2-1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll.  Class 5A  TAPPS 2A CROSS COUNTRY TITLISTS  School  1    KatvllSl  2    Allen |4|  3    DeSotd (2)  4    Eules>; Tnttity (1) ft Cibold Steele  6    Dallas Skyline  7    Smithlake Carroll  8    Longview 9. liifkin  total Poirrts Prv  (9-0) 240 1 (9-0) 211 2 (9 0) 203 3 (90) 181 4 (90! 157 5 (9 0) 109 7 (9 01 104 6 (8 1) 74 8 (8 11 26 10 Cvp'oss Fatrhanks(8 II 25 Others receiving votes; 11, Harlingen 17 12 Lewisville Mai eus 5 13, Cedar Hill 4 13, Port Arthur Memorial 4 15, Colleyville Heritage 3 15, Converse Judson 3 15, Cop)ieia,s Cove 3 18, Abilene 2 18, SA Reagan? 18, LaPoite2-  Class 4A  School Total    Points    Prv  1    Lake II avis (25) (9 0)    250    1  2    DentuiiRyan (9 0)    211    2  3    Brenham (9-01    193    3 4. Smithson Valley (3-0)    166    4  5    Dall.is Highland Park(9 0)    132    5  6    Poit I avaca Calhnun(9 0)    128    6  7    Manvel (90)    111    7  8    Ceit.ii Park (8 1)    74    9  9    Angleton (10 0)    48  10    Alcdu (7-2)    25  Others receiving votes; 11, La Marque 12 1? Pearland Dawson 6 13, Wolfforth Fiei:-'hi)i 4 14, Hewitt Midway 3 14, Nedeilaiul 3. 16, Barbers Hill 2 16, Frisco Centennial 2 16, Hutto 2 19, Lake Dallas 1 19, Rn. kwall Heath 1, 19, Stephenville 1  im  \'S. m  School  Class 3A  Total Points Prv  1    Chapel Hill (17)    (9 0)    242    I  2    Wiiiibeiley (6)    (8 0)    227    2  3    Cldsping-Oakhist(2)(9 0)    201    3  4    (Jiliiier    (9 0)    1 77    4  5    Celrna    (8 0)    142    5  6    Alvai.irio    (9 0)    123    6  7    West Cdlunibia    (10 0)    92    7  8    Argyie    (8-1)    57    8 9, lin.I.ile    (8 1)    39    10 10 W.t( o la Vega    (9-0)    23  Ottiers receiving votes: 11, Carthage 11 12, Goii/ales 7 12, Uevine? 14, Heiuleison b 15, Decatur 4 15, Seminole 4 15, Snyder 4 18, Nnvasota3 19, Pro.spei 2 19, Sanger 2 19, Lampasas 2  School  1. Refugio (24)  2    Idakm  3    Hempstead (I)  4    Riuieis  5    W.1ÍI  6    bastlaiid  7    Godley  8    Sonora  y Si.hulenburg  Class 2A  Total Points Prv  (9-0) 249 1  STATE CHAMPS  Bracken Christian captures cross country crown  10 Coi.sicana Mildred(9 0)  (8-1) 209 (9-0) 198 (9-0) 158 (10-0) 130 (10-0) 120 81 65 55 42  (8-1)  (9-0)  (8-1)  Others receiving votes; 11, Ciocken 15 12, New Boston 14 13, Potli9 14, Oaingertield 7 15. East Bernard 6 15, Miileshoe 6 17, Lago Vista 5 18. Tatum 4  19, Cis( u 2  Class lA  School  1 Ganado (18) Tenatia (4) Mason (3) Miienstei Albany Gainson  7    Wiiulthorst  8    Wellington  9    Claiksville  10    Piii.e Carlisle  Total Points Prv  (9-0) 238    1  224    2  206    3  158    4  150    5  101    6  BULVERDE  fium slafl ifpoits  Ihc' Bi.k kc'n ( hrisli.in Sc hool I ady VV.iiriors look llic' lAll’S 2A sl.ile c haiiipioiiship S.i!urda\ .il B.n lor Hnivc*rsil\ ag.misl c*ig!il other tcMins, iiu lucling ihe two limc' clelending sl.Ue c hampions, Shiner Si. B.iul ( .itholu .  I .1111 so proud ol our Brae ken girls, llic'v won ihc' st.Uc' c hampi-  onship bc>( .ius(' ol hard work, cic'dic alion, .iiicl c ompc'tilivc'ness, but most ot .ill lu'art. All sevc'ii ol our runners r.in tlie i.ices ot tlu'ii livc's, " said ( ross ( ountrv ( o.ic h |a( k Roc'llingc'r.  rhrc'e ol the girls made' the All State' te-am: Katy VVilmottc', who tinished lourih out of 82 runners; hill Brovvnk'e, eighth plact'; and I l.innah 1 lilgendorl, ninth.  ( )lher le.im mc'mbe'rs iik ludc'cl Abbie Wheeler, l‘)lh place; Am.uida VVilmolle, 21st; ( assic' Stirm, 54th; and Auluinn Bc'c k, 40th.  I.lines lohnson, .ithletic dirt'c-tor,’ said, "Il was <i huge honor to sc'c' illese girls c'xpeneiKe this win. Thc'v have hacl sc've'ral lop lour tinishes in tlie Iasi sc'ver.il yc'ars, .Hid I'm c'xirc'mely pioucl ol llic'm."  (9 0) (9-0) (9-0) (9-0) (8-1) (8-1) (10-0) (8-1) (9-0)  Others receiving votes; 11, Sum ay 17 12,  Marts 13, Sundown 6 14, Milano 4.  SCORES, PHOTOS  We want your scores and  photos. Email  them to sports® herald-zeitung.com  HZ  Cards’ manager La Russa announces his retirement  ST. LOUIS (AP)  lony La Russa relirc’cl as m.inagen' ol the' St. I ouis ( '.irclinals on Moncl.iv, llirex' d.i\'s attc'r winning the* World Sc'nc's .igaiiisl the Ic'x.is Rangeis.  "I tliiiik this just tc'els like it's lime to c'lid it," tlie 67-yc'ar-olcl 1.1 Russa said at .i nc'ws conterc'iic e' at Busc h Sl.ulium.  I he World Sc'ties win over Texas w.is the' third ol  FG lifts Chiefs by Chargers 23-20 in OT  ^ PREP FOOTBALL  Gridiron tickets on sale  Froin staff re()ofts  Presale' tic kets tor this wc'c'k's ( om.il ( ountv tool b.ill game's will Ix* on sale' this wc'ek;  Judson*New Braunfels  iickc'ts lor Thursd.n's p.m game will bc‘ on s.ile from 1 - ^ p.m. lod.n: from 8 a.m. noon .ind 1 i p.m. Wc'dnesd.u: and from 8 a.ni. 1 p.m. Thursdav al the I UiK orn I leld Hou'^c',  Presalc' rc'servc'd sc'ats ,iie $8; gc'iic'ral admission lu k c'ts .ire> $7 tor adults; $ i toi studc'nts. All tickets at the g.ite will be $8.  Smithson Valley'Hays  Prc'salc' lu ke*ls w'lll be av.nl.ible Irom 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Wednesd.iv at the Rangei Pic'lcl House. On Ihurscl.n, thc'\ will bc' sold Irom 8 1 I a.m. at the' lieldhousc' and from 1 I; U) a.m. I p.m .il the' school c .ite'tc'ri.i On In cla\ thc'v will bc' sold Irom 8-1 I .i.m, .It the' tic'ldliouse .111(1 Irom I I; iO a.m. I p.m. in the' c ale'tc'ria.  (leneral admission .ulull tickc'ts are' $(>; lor slu de'iits. All tic kc'ts at the g.ite will be S".  Canyon Lake<Bandera  I IC kets will be' available' from 8; U) a.m.-4 p.m. al the athletic ottice, .ind trom I I: U) a.m.-1; U) p.m. in the c atc'teria from toe .i\ llirough 1 riday. Prc'sale tickc'ts are S') for .idults; for students. Tic kc'Is will be $(> .it the gale  TEXAS LOTTERY  La Russ.i's ^ vc'ar e .irc'c'r. Ihe m.inagcT guidc’d the C.udin.ils to the' ch.impi-onship despiU' bcHng 10 1/2 game's bc'hind Atlanta on Aug. 2^) lor the' linal pl.iyoll spot in the N1.  La Russa rc'tirc's third on the .ill-lime' wins list, VS bc'liind sec Olid place lohn Me (ii.iw. In acklition to this st'ason, hc' won c h.impi-onships in OakI.uid in 198‘) .ind St. 1 ouis in 2(K)().  KANSAS cmr, Mo.(AP)  Ryan Sue cop kicke'cl a iO-y.ird tield goal in ovc'r-timc', giving the' Kansas ( ity a 2 5-20 \ictorv ovc'r the San Dic'go ( hic'ls on Monday and moving the ( 'hiets into an improb.ible tie atop the Al ( West.  The* ( hargc'rs were* on the verge of winning in regulation when they mare he'd to the kanstis ( itv  11. Willi lirst-.ind 10 and 48 seconds Ic'll on the clock, Phi!i[) Rivc'rs fum-blc'd the' snap and the ( hic'ts' Andy Studebakc'r c l.iwed under the pile' and pulled the' ball out.  Kansas C'il\ movc'd down the lic'lcl tor a chance to win, but Malt ( assel b.ully ove'rthrt'vv his inlenck'd rc'ceivc'r and Fric Wc'ddlc' intertc'ptc'd it.  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