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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Wednesday, November 9, 2011 | 9  Aft6F baiL Ponn  assistant coach ran camps  NBHS JV volleyball goes unbeaten in district  Ptiolo submitted  The  Lurrent JV roster is 55-2 in regular season play since they began their high school career They also  I. Pictured are: front trorn left, Coach  Amanda Scroggin, back from left, Avery Rios, Ashley Myer, Cassie Reilly, Emily Flores, Katie Steel,  PHUAOELPHIA (AP)  A fcMTwr Renn State assistant fcx)tba 11 coa( h accustHl of sexually abusing boys h(' I d su m mer f()otba 11 camps at a satellite campus for six years after he was bannc'd from taking youths onto the university's main campus by th(' athletics director and the ‘>en-ior vice presiflent, who have been chafgecl with tailing to tell polic e aliout him.  |(try Sandusky was [)ro-hibited trom holding his  youth sporti Cclmps on c.imj)us in 2(K)2; tht* year a gra{luati> student claimed to see» him assault ,i ( hilcl in a locker r(M>m shower. But Sandusky held the camps through his S.indusky Asso ciat(*s comp.my from 2(K)() to 2()()R at a satelliti' cam pus just outside f ric, Penn State Behr('nd spokisman Bill (iond.i said.  (i( >nd.i r( >fi‘rrc'd ( |i k stic )ns aliout other issues, indud ing whether th(> s( hool knew al)out other .ilk^g.i tions against S.tnduskv  NBHS  Continued from page 8  Angela Low.ik led th(> Unicorns on offense with 22 kills.  "I thought Angela had a grc'at match," Fowler said. "I thought she playc*d well offensivc'ly, dc‘tensivc»lv <)n(l  Photo silblinltftd  Cougarettes take third at Quail Creek  The Canyon girls golf team took third place at the Quail Creek Fall Classic on Monday Tlie Cougarettes also placed third at the recent Flolmes Hunter's Moon, and fourth d\ the Steele Knigfits Halloween Classic, They had a total team score of 384 at Quail Creek, with Loren Scfiafter shooting an 88, followed t)y a 98 tor Carly Hoffmann, a 99 for both Hannah Carnes and Meagan McDaniel, and a 103 tor Megan Vernon Pictured are; Caily Hoffmann, Megan Veinun, Hannah Carnns, Meagan McDaniel, and I oren Schaffer,  PREP  Continued from page 8  SA Cornerstone 54, Smithson Valley 52  SAN ANTONIO — S(‘nior Shain.i tanks s( orc'd  20 points, hut Smithson Valle\ t ouldn't hold oil a late r,ill\ in ,i ">4-'>2 loss to San Antonio ( ornerstonc' on luesday.  1 i/ ( aihcart had 12 |)oints and Ra(|U(‘1 Mir('les addc'd s(‘ven for tht' I ady Kangi'rs.  NBA  Continued from page 8  not yet hi'ard troni Hunter.  A month ol the scMson has alre.uiy been lost, and the NBA risks losing tans without an agri'c'mc'nt s(X)n. Some alrei)d\ a )p('<u to have torgotten: Blake (jnitin, last sc'ason's rookie ol the vear, stood around ni the lobb\ ot a busy hot('l oft Broadway and was rarely approai hed b\' Ians.  the' league's ( urrc'nt pro-()osai calls lor players to rc‘ceiv(* t>etw(‘('n 49 pt'rcent ,vnd SI perc('nt of baskc't-ball-rt'I.ited income, though union offic i.ds argue it would !)(> nc'arly impossible  to gc't abo,V(' '>0.2 ¡«'rcent.  "The players are ( k'arly ()1 the mind that it s an unac -ce|)tal)l(' proposal/' union ('xe( utive dire( tor Billy I tunt(‘r s,iid. "But Ixh aus(' ol their (ommitment to the game and their desir(> to play, tlu‘v're saving to us that we v\ant you to go back, si*c‘ it you c an go bac k, gc't a l)C'tter deal."  If pla\’C'rs don't tak(> the (Ic'al by S p.m. VVedru'sday, the next otter will call tor salary rollbac ks, a S i-47 fi'venue split in the owiK'rs' tavor and essentially hard salary c ap.  "()ur pro|)osal on the table now goes away (today)," Stern said. "Our next pro[X)Stil will then go to  A Fine Jewelry Store  Sittice 198 1 Jewelry Repair  No JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE Your JEWELRY is safe in our hands  4 Onsite JEWELRY REPAIR    En    H  ♦    Custom design work  ONSITE APPRAISERS 8i ENGRAVING mMSpHW  ♦    We BUY GOLD AND DIAMONDS  Our jewelers have over 100 combined years of experience.  651 N. Business I.H. 35 #240 8U).625.3203 •  www.ernestos.com  • New Braunfels, TX  K(41i lolar s(orcd a gam(*-high 24 points loi ( ornc'rstone,  Smithson V'allcv lra\t‘ls to plii\ in the three-dav ( orpus ( liristi |S| ) ioiirna-ni('nt, whu h begins on Ihursd.ix,  tlir pla\ers, and we will see where' n('gotiations go"  lMa\(“f s are v\ ill ing to nt'gotiat(‘ lurther on th(‘ r('v-('iHi(‘ split it th('\ gc't some (OIK c'ssions on the salary ( a[) system. Without them,  (isher said "we donl see a wav ol .getting .i dc'al doin' In'lwc'en now and ('nd of business" VVc'dnc'sday.  The leiigue is seeking to limit the spending options ol teams al)ov(' the luxury t.ix thrc'shold, belic'ving that w'otild leiid tc) gri'atc'r < om-pc'titivc' baLuic('. Pla\c'rs want all teams to be* options tor free agents.  Wh('n asked il therc's still wiggU' room on system issues, Stc'rn s.iid that thc're was nonC' left.  I thought she [)ass(>d the ball well.”  I owak hacl plenty ot help on otlensc' from |(’ssi ( .1 Waldnp, who tallied S i assists.  f )('fensivcly, I owak and Neka ( uppetltli both h.id \ blo( ks. ,ind I ).ini('la Villarre.il had 41 digs 1 owak and Morrigan I and  before allowing the cam ) to Im' held there, to offic ia s at th(> main c ampus in State* Cioliegc^, a four-hour drive* southeast of Frie.  Sc hc)ol spokeswrmian lisa t\)WC'rs said Penn State Frie and Penn State* Harrisburg provided facilities for Sandusky to run a summe>r football (amf) under his own name'.  S.indusky has bC'en awari' of the ac c us.itions against him tor about thre>e ye.trs .jnd has maintame'd his mno( e>n( e.  both had thrc'e ax es.  looking back, lowler pr.iised the I 'nicorrrs' lev <‘l ol [)l.iy this sc'.vsori, vvhu h ine ludcrl ihcir first ¡)la\'otl vi( tor\ sine e 2007, "Tlu'y h.id a good jour nev; the-y h,id a good se<) son," she said, "Thev r,us('d the b,u lor N(‘w BraunU'Is vollfvb.ill "  CHS  Continued from page 8  game. While* ( anyon { ould not muste'r <my large» runs in the game, tlu'v m.magc'd sc^veral two <ind three-point runs to bring themselve's within tour points twice, but they I ould not ge't over the hunii) tC) take the' win.  With another vic tory in sight, the* Lady ('avs took ( ontrol ol the tm<il sc't and cfuickly [)oured on the 2^> [)oints to se'nd the' ( Ougare'tte's out ot the' playofts.  I)espite the' loss, iIk' ( anyon e)ffense' still man-age'd te) make some he>ad-w.iy against e)ne' ot the best te'ams in the state'.  "We came' in te) the game' not afraid to lose' and played without anv te'ar," Strobos said.  Strobos continued her strong play contributing 11 kills to le'ad the' te'ani ofte'n-  sive'ly and nine' digs to help the de'le'nsc, \anesh,i |ohnse)n .iddc'd another five* kills ,uiel one- blex k while' Klu( kman .idde'd hci thre'e' a( ('s, |,n'( i (iivens eontributf'd to Iut te'.im's otlense' with a t(Miivhigh 20 assists and an( )the'r nini' digs.  "It was .1 te)tal te-.im e'llort out the're*,' Sandi'rs said "Kalae is a gifted pl<i\cr and she' has be'en sur rounde'd l)\ gre-at d('te'ns(', gre-al se'lting and grt'at passing."  The loss may signal the end ot this se*ason ,ind the C'nd e)t the plaving e are*ers ot the ( oug.ire‘tt<‘s live' s(>n iors th<it me hide's Kku k man, but iln'ir (Mlorts o\ct this se',iS( )ii will havf' <) last ing ('tf('( t on the |)rogr<ini  ",As a sivnior, \ou alwa\s want to leave’ tlie program be'tte'r than how \ou tound it," Sandi'rs said, "\ou want to k'ave' vour mark and your le>gae\ The'sc  girls have* give’n someltiing for th(' younge'r |)la\crs to strive' for."  Ihe' se',»son was unejual* itie'd sue e e*ss lor ( .inyon, who linishe’d with an all time l)e'st 50 wins, a Dis tn( t 27-4A title' and a first [)la( (■ tinish in the* S('guin Tourname'nt,  "It was a gre'at season, Th(' best on(' I've hael," Klu( kman s.iid, "W^e* pLne'd as a teani e'verv g.ime'. We' w('re more' than a te'am we' we're' <i tamiK, It's gre'.it to go out with a b.mg, to go this tar in the' pla\ oils and know we plave'd our best."  Sanck'ts be'lie'VC’s that th(' winning traditie)n that this \e'àr's teani has ( re'ate'd will ( ontinue' on towards ne'xt season and be'xonel,  I think thev have rc'establishe'd the ( an\on volli'vball winning tradì tron that wv have* lost a lit tie bit ovc'r the* ve'.irs/' slie said.  DeBacker, Schaffer earn LSC honors  SAN ANGELO  Ange'lo State se'nior Brandie OeBat ker was name'd to the' 1 one' Star ( onferenc e ('h,imi)ionship All-Tournament Tc'am on Sundav tollowing Ntid-western State''s 2-1 win over Abile'ne ( hristian in the' champie)nship mate h.  De'Baeker's se'le'e tietn to the all-tourname'nt team is the sc'cond straight year she has made the' team.  DeBae ker, a forme*r standout at ( anvon High Se he)ol, scorc'd the Kam-be*lles' le)ne goal e>t the tournament with a U^th minute hc'ader to give* ASU a l‘0 lead against Te'xas A^vM-('ommere e* on Tliurs-day. The Lions would ge> on te) win the' match in penalty kicks to eliminate  the Raml)elk's.  I)eB.u k('r, who is an e'xe*re ise s( iem e' m.ijor [)hinning on .itteneling physical th('r,ip\ s< hool, tinishe'd the* season with a te'am-le'àding nine' go.iK,  She' h<is also re( e'i\e'd I S( lirst teani In m( )rs, was e hosen tor the' I )istri( t (> ( apital ( )n(' Ae ade'inie Ml Distrie t womc'iVs soe ( e>r te'.im, and the I S( alLae a-de'mic team this we'e*k.  The se'iiu)r trom New Brauntels c om|)le*te'el her tour-yc'ar career <it Ange'lo State w ith M goals and HO [loints.  "It is a grc'at ac e omplish-me'nt and le'els grc'at to be ri'c ogni/e'd," I )e'Bae ke'r said. "I Ic'el like I've be'C'n working rc'ally hard since* I got here' to he'lp our te'am  w in In se oring goals In'ing a le'.uk'r, I uouldn t ha\(* be(‘ti able to scoie' anv go.ils though without in\ te'ammati's, (loals are' s( ore'd bee aiise ot gre.ii pl.u bv tht' go.)lk(*e'pe‘t (k'te'nders, and p.isses trom midlK'lek'rs and lorwards Lm just honorc'd to ge't the av\ard."  Along w ith DeBae k(*t sophomore' transk'i Mag gie Sehafte'r v\as also namt'el to the LS( sec()nel te'am alter se t)ring six go.ils and contrilnitIng two assists.  The Nc'w Brauntels High grad se e)re'd the gatnc'-win ning goal in ASl I's I -0 w in ene'r then-rankc'd jWidwc'st e'rn State and aKo a against Texas Woman's.  O"  Clear Blue  Car Wash Super Clean. Super Fast. Super Easy.  Wek'ome to (.’tear Btuo C’ar Wasli in Now Braiinlels - where you iic\er luivc to leave your car'  I'hi' home of ihe supii iitr cm wash <u a ^rcdi vahtc!  Coming Soon: Equipment I’piimdes &.  Super Blue \lonthly Atemherships ($15. $24 iSc $M) levels)  IVrin}> in coupon & enjoy:  $3 off “Clear iilue \m  •    b’xterior Wash  •    U)wel Dry  •    Vacuum  •    W liocis C'leaiK'd <!sc 11 res Dressoil  •    H,\tci ioi iS; liUcrioi Wuidtm s Cloaneil  Reg. 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