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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Griner headlines AP preseason All-America team  Thé Associated Press  Brittnt’y Grintt has alæady left a mark on womi'n's basketball and she's only Ix^gin-ning her junior SiMson.  Tlie (>‘tVK)t 8 Baylor phe nom became th(' eighth ()lav(>r to l)e a unanimous c hoK e on The Asso( iateci f’r(‘ss' women's ii.isketball priNe.ison All Americ <i team,  TALKS  Contffiued from poge 7  thr(‘(' ^.»mes hafi been s( h( '( Ink'd tor Tuc’sflav. Tli(' \tt\('ri( ks would have o[ )cn('d the dc’tenst* ot thi'ir tirsi NBA title at home ■ii^.iinst 1 )('rri( k K(w' and th(’ ( lii( .ii;o Bulls. Houston was ,Tl t l.ih, with Kevin I )urant's rhundf'r at Kobe Br\ant's I akt'rs Most of league would  receivinp all 40 vote's fromd nationa mc'dia panc'l Tues-day.  Ciriner was joint'd on th(' pres(’ason team by Notre Dame's Sky far DiggirTs 07 voles), Stanford's Nn(>mka-di ()gwumikt' iM), Miami's Shenise johnson (2S) and Te n nc's s e e's S h v k i n n a Strickk'n (21).  :iy  have st.irted Wt'dnesday.  Instead, TNT was airing a "Bones" mar.ithon Tui'Sfj, night  ( onimissioner David Stern canceled games through the' end of Novem bc'r on f rida\. The first tw'o wc'c'ks of thc' s(\ison alrc'ady had bec'n lost to the lock* out, whic h bc'gan .liter the' old collectIV»' bargaining agrc'c'mc'nt c'\])irc'd June' Ul.  A cl.n atti'r union prc'si-  SV  Continued from page 1  ui'^eiK V tonight. We didn't p.tiiK and I was proud ol that ■'  1 he mat( h was (‘vc'nK c otil('sted nearK trom start to finish. The Kangers opiMU'd the tirst game uith an H run. but the Indians ( ountc'rc'd with an 8 run ot th(‘ir ou n. Har landale won tive ot thi' tinal s(‘\(’n j)oirits to t.ike thr i^arne,  ^¡nitlison \'allc'v won an (■(¡¡i.iiix tight second '4a:T)( ■ With ttie‘ s( ( >re tied at ’ 5 2 > the Kangc'rs eked out the game on a  CANYON  Continued from page 7  ( àiuon < outmgent tind g( )t thè* ( ri)\\d into their ( )|e ( )le ( )le' ( hant t,' Sandi'rs s.ìhI  It s a iot ot turi to h.Ke' these gu\ s l)ac k in thè st.inds," sin* grinned, com-  pair ot Harl.rndale' ('rrors, ihc' third tc'll in Harlan-dalc’'s favor, thanks to another strong Indians finish. ihe Kangers took the* lead with a 1 run midwax through the game, but Hadanclale took five ot the* final seven points to s(>al the game.  With the game tilting in Harlandale*'s f.ivor. ('.ombc'rt said the» Kangers didn't change their approac h.  "I didn't tc'll thc'm anything different," she said, "lust to get after it — take* (.vrc' ot stutt that \ou c an e (>ntrol."  Smithson Valles nc'vc'r traiic'd in the' tourth game,  "Brittney has put on 20 more fX)unds and it will telp her over the course of the seaMjn," Baylor coach Kim Mu I key said. "The inte'rna-tional ex()orience vyill help her game. She's more iTiature and more [X)lishe‘di" (Hriner's, team is No. 1 in the f)re’season AP Top 25  (H)ll.  dent Derek I ishc'r sc'nt out a lettc'r to plavers assuring them of lead('rshi[)'s unity, playe'rs' assoc lation c'xe'cu-tiv(> dirc'c for BilK I iunte'r did the same. In the h'tter, obtained by The Assoc i.itc'd Press and othe'r mc'di.i out lets .Hid first reported by f Sl’N.com, Huntc'r contc'nci-ed a SO-SO split "doc's not adecju.itc’ly c onifH'nsate the' plavc'rs for our services to thc'NBA."  anel it went on to take* the d('c isivi' filth.  Kimmy Tovar had 2‘> assists, and I mtly Mc'dlin .idded 2S for the Rangers. Dc'fensively, Mc'ghan U('c ker had M digs and laurc'n Acun.i had 22.  Th(' Rangers advanc c' to fac e Austin I ake Travis this Thursday. The* l.arK ( avs are' the' top-r.inke»d 4A team in the' st.vtc' .md the' No. 2 team in thc* nation in the't SI^N'Powerade hvb  so.  "W^c' rc' not going to [)re-parc' any ditferc'ntly," (jombert said. "We're going to go at it the same' way, anel wc're going to do our very bc'st."  Ptioto submitted  Lady Unicorns finish second in golf tourney  The New Braunfels High School girls golf team finished second Monday at the Steele High School Fall Invitational tournament at Northclitf Country Club in Schertz. New Braunfels carded a 344 to finish 13 strokes behind San Antonio O'Connor, which recorded a 331. Steele was third at 346. Golfers and their scores, from left, include Amber Slover (99), Jordan Clayburne (104), Kaitlyn Dunn (87), Caitltn Brown (77), Peyton Buck (81), Emily Noland (108), Shayna McElroy (103) and Unicorns golf coach Glenn Phair.  NB  Continued from page 7  winning the fourth," Fowler said. "On the' floor it r('lic'V(‘d a lot of prc'ssure on us."  The teams traded points in the' final game*, with nei-thc'r gaining an up(x*r hand until Nc'W Braunfels strung togeth(*r a four-point run to send ( hurchill out of the f)layoffs.  Low.ik Ic'd the L.icK Unicorns with her 24 kills ,with lenna (killick adding 14. Ic'ssic a Waldrip con-finuc'd he*r stellar [)lay in front of the net by con  tributing 36 assists, while Daniel la Villarreal bac k-stoppc'd the defense with an astounding 48 digs.  "This was a gcK>d expc>ri-ente for the team and hopefully they will le*arn from it," Fowler said.  "We're going to have* to battle if off next week."  New Br.iunfc'ls will face either Corpus ( hristi ( ar-roll or San Antonio W.irrc'n in the nc'xt round at a site and time tobc' dc'ferminc'd today.  HOUSE  [)limenting the turnout. "It's bc'en .1 tc'w yc'.irs since we've' h.id this kind of group behind us."  Nc'xt u[) tor ( ’anvon is a d.ite with ( edar Park Vista Ridgc' in the* .uea round ot the [)layotts. 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