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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Lake Travis beats Canyon  By Shaun SprtngfMd  Sports corrftsponden!  AUSTIN  RcVt.K' Strohos ,infl the rest ot the ( .inyon volleyhall tedm s(\)rth(‘rl, l)ut (oulfl not find, a ( hink in the .irrnor of defending ( hanipion Lake Travis and were swept i() in the ( lass 4A regional (|uartertinals on Tut*sday night at tfic Biirgcr Centc'r.  The to[)-raiiked l ady Cavs  «ssociatpd Press  Source said support for Paterno eroding  STAil (OLl K'iF —)oe fVUi'rno's support among the Penn State lioard ot trusfet's v\as dest ribed as "('roding" Tuesday, thri'at-(>ntng to ('nd tti(’ 84-year-old (oa( h's s ■< s (.ireer amid achildsex-abuse St an dal involving a tormer .assistant <ind on('-tim(' heir appar^  (Mit.  \ person familiar with th(' trust('(‘s'  ( list ussions and who used the term "(‘roding" said It was uiK le.ir what the t ons('(|uen( (‘s tor Pat(>rno w ill b(' .ind that a dec ision (ould b(> ri'n-der(Hl b(‘tore th(' board m(‘cts on Fridax.  Patriots release DT Haynesworth  FO\H( )K()U(,H, Mass.  Th(‘ \ew f ngland Patriots rt'leased (hMensive ta( kle Atlx'rl f ta\ n(*sworth on Tuesda\.  f ta\ nesworth, traded lo the Patriots on julv 28 atter a trouble-lilk'd st'ason with the Washington Redskins, was (lit atter sitting out most ot the s(>(ond half ot Sundav s 24-20 loss to th(‘ New York ('liants. t if' had jusf SIX t,i( kies in SIX games, missing two w itti a bac k in|ur\'.  rhe Patriots annount ed tlie mo\(' late iuesda\ atterncjon. The l^oston ld(‘r-ald tirst r(*[)orted the n('ws.  LeBron, Rudy Gay star in charity game  SOUlftAVf N, Miss. — Kud\ (i.i\ and I eHron j.imt's .ire .ilre.uK in mid-se.ison torm. All ihev need IS a [)l.u e to ()la\.  lust hours att(*r the NBA [’Livers Asso( i.it ion told ( ommissioiK'r David Stern It w'ould not.!(( ept the ownt'rs t<ike-it-or-leav(‘-it otter, some (M b.isketb.ill's biggest st.irs put on fjuite a show.  (i.i\, tlie Memphis (jriz-/lu's torward, hi fsled an exhibition game on Tues-dav night <ind points were s< ored e.isily and ott(‘n.  lames s( orc'd 4 { for th(‘ Blue le.im, whit h biMt Cay's White Tf'am, 1 I o I in .1 game lh.it ft'.i turcnl highlight r('el dunks ,ind V-pointers t.)k('n trom : )ust insid(> halti ourt.    ;  Around (),000 tans (<ime ' to the 1 )(*Soto ( ivi( ( en- j l(‘r, lo( iitefl about 10 miles j south of Mem[)his, to see I some ot their l.ivorite stars i in ( jas 's ( harity game* ben- i efiting his Flight 22 Fonn- | dation  (jay s( ored TS [)oints, (jriz/lies rookie guard |osh Selby had i2, and Kevin Durant h.vd 29 tor the Whit(' tf'am. Detroit f^is-tons gu.ird Terru o White added 29 for th(' Blut*.  Fhe pl.iyers c .ime into the arena wearing Nik(‘ shirts tli.il reafi: "Basket liall Never Sto[)S."  im()rovecj to 4(i-() l)v defeating the CoLigafi'ttes 2.Í-20, 25-20 .vnd 25-10.  Tht' loss m.irks th(> enfl of an outstanding season for Canyon, as they rat ked U[) an 11  ret ord.  "I'm very proud of our efforts tonight," ( anyon (oath Ik'atht'r  Sanders  «Sanders said "We had iht'm t)h fhe ro()es (in game two) and vve were really l(K)king to gt*f th.vt t)ht^ win against them."  ( anyt)n used a strong early start to the second game to bin Id a leads of 14-6 and 1 (i-8 against the Lady C'avs. A six-poinf run gave the ( ougar(‘ttt‘s a 14-8 ieatl and was [)ovvered by thrt'e aces from senior Kim Kluckman.  Lake Travis answeri'fl in t hampi-  onship fashioti .ifter a timtHuit with a eight-point run t»f their own to tiethegame.it Ih.  Frtim that point, it w.vs a lac e to ihe finish with I akeTravis <on\ing out on top.  The op(>ning game saw I .ike Travis |ump out to .i strong le.id before the (ougarelf(*s bi'g.in ( lawing their w.iy b.K k into the  See CHS, Page 9  CLASS 5A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS  . .1  CHRtSHOFFMAN H-'.ikI  New Brauntels' Angela Lowak (5) walks oft the court for the tinai time in a New Brauntels jersey in stiinnMfj    after t(ie  Lady Unicorns' season ended tn a five-qame playoft loss to San Antonio Reagan on Tuesday nigfit  SNAKE BIT  Rattlers trip up Unicorns’ playoff run  By Justin Coons  Sports correspondent SAN ANTONIO  It has been said betöre: It is hard to be.ii .i team thret' str.light times.  San Antonio Kt\ig.in tin.ilK got the better of Ntnv Brauntels this tim(‘ .iround, kno(king the Uni-torns out ot the plavofts w ith .i tive-g.ime vi< lory on iucsd.iv.  Th(> Unit orns, who had (k'hvit-t'tl th(‘ Rattlers twic e in the regular season, tell behind 2-1 in the regional C|uartertm.il matth at South San's Durl)on ( fntt'r.  New' Braunfels Fiatth'd !).u k to forte a filth game, but Re.igan t)revailed down th(' strtMth, !(>-2S, 2<)-27, 2^-22, 20-25, n-n.  New Braunfels (oath Phyllis  lowlt'r said she was proud of how hard the Unicorns pla\('d in the loss.  "I thought th(‘y lett it all out th('r(' on the tourt and they play(‘d with .i lot ot hi'art," sh(‘ said. "In the end, we )ust had too man\ t'rrors."  Nt'w Brauntels (42-7) was dominant in the opening gamt'.  Th(' l)ni(orns went on .i 14-2 run midway tlirough tht' tr.ime to tak(‘ .1 siz('a!)le Itvid.  F-jowever, errors Ix'gan to (re('|) into th(' mat( h in the second.  Aided by a |)air ot off-t.irg('l New Braunft'ls shots, the Rattk'rs (i5-l i) reeled off six straight points to take the lead.  The UnitDrns fought batk to pull things ('ven, but Reagan  t liiK hed t|i(' g.ime on ,i seivue ('rror .ind .i net \ lol.itH >n.  RtMg.in (appt'd oil a ( loscK lought third game Iw winning live ot the List s(‘\t*n points. Fht' List two ( .iiiie bv w.i\ ot .1 iH't vioLi tion and .i l)lo( k.  "I tliought Ke.igan did .i gnvit )o|) on d(*l(‘nse," lowler s.iid. 'It seenu'd Like tliev didn't l(>t a sm-gl(' b.ill lilt the tloor."  The moiiK'ntum shitted in tlu> Unit orns' Knor in tht' fourth. Nt>\v Br.iuntels outsc ort'd Kea-g.in Í) I .111(1 (> 2 Lite in tht' game to lake ( ontroL However, K(Mgan built up .in e.irh ( ushion .ind nevt'r relin (juisht'd tht' le.id as it took th(‘ tilth aiK.111in( lu'd th(' niat( h.  See NBHS. Page 9  NBA players reject Stern’s current offer  NEW YORK (AP)  NBA [)layets math' it (lear Tut'sd.iv: No tl('<iL No tt'ar of Commission-(‘r David Stern's ulti-m a t u m , eitht'r.  "Tht' (ur-renl offer on the table trom the NBA is one that w(' cannot acce[)t," playt'rs' assot i.i-tion [irt'sidenl Dt'rek I ish-er said,  Inste.id, the players said they will ask for another  Stern  meeting with owners 1)('!(ire Slt'rn's Wednt'sday .iflernoon deadline — and S-ountl willing to .igrt'e to a 50-50 s})|it of revt'nues under the riglil ( irt unist.inces — in an .itt('mpt to end the k)ckout .111(1 savt' the st'.ison.  in an interview on NBA IV, Stern said that wh(‘ther he agrees lo nu'('t "would be guided by tht* l.ibor relations (ommittee."  NBA spokesman Mike Bass said the It'ague has  See NBA, Page 9  New Braunfels girls win opener  from stati reports SCHERTZ  Sophomore Shelby Miskell stored a g.vmt'-high 11 points to l('.Kltlie New Braunfels girls basketball team to a 45-28 win over St hertz ( k'mt'ns in Tut'sday's season open ('f.  Senior Olivia B.ikt'r fin-islu'tl witli eight points anti Amy rutjuay .iddt'd st'ven points for llu' Lady Unicorns.  New Braunfels is bat k on the court at 7: U) p.m. on the road at San Anto nio Brandeis.  San Marcos 59,  Canyon 49  SAN MAR( OS — Ch.imaya lurner stored l() points, Kelsey I lana-gan tin is hed w'lth 15 [Miints in a s('asonopening loss to S.iii Miirtos on Tut'sd.iy.  Point gu.ird |,k kie St haake ,idd('d 10 points and Katelynn Powell thippi'd in six points in tht' loss.  ('anyon hosts Austin Lak(' Travis ,it 7 p.m. on Iriday.  See PREP, Page 9  THE EXTRA POINT  New Braunfels'  Ralph Garza  ► FOOTBALL  Tickets  on saie  By Ghfls Hoffman  íheHeralflVeítunq Smithson Valley (‘t I ) is T),i( k to work prt'paring for S .1 n A n t( ) n i ( > M t ( o 11 u m, who thev'll f.H e in the ( lass 4A bi-dislrit t pl.iyoffs at 7.M) p.m. Friday in iront ot the lionK' l.ins ot Ranger St.idi-um.  Ti( kets go on salt' to the gt'ner.il pulilu today.  [■resale ti( kets are av.iil-.ible trom 8 ,i,m.-4 p.m. todav .11 the K.inger I u'ld I louse  ( )n Ihursd.n, they will be sold troni 8-1 I .i.m. .11 tht' iK'ldliouse and trom I I : Í0 .1 ni.- l p.m. ,it the s( hool (.ifeteira. ( )n I rid.i\ lht»y will 1)(' sold trom 8-1 I .i,m. .It th(' tieldhousc ,md trom I 1: U) a.m. 1 p.m in the ( .itt'leri.i.  Ri'served ti< k('ts <ir(' $7; gener.il atlmission adult ti( kt'ls art' $0: $ t tor siu-d(M)ts. ,'\L1 ti( kc'ts at th(' gate will be  New Braunfels vs.  SA Reagan  ( o,i( h ( luu k ( .initord and Ins N('w l^r.iuntels t Ini-( orns will pl.i\ San Antonio Re.igan .it 2 p.m. Saturday at Dub I .irris Stadium in S<in \iit( »ni( ).  Ik kets lire on s.ii(‘ .it tht'  I )ni( om f ieldliouse Presale Ik kets ar(‘ .iv.iil .ible tiom 8 ,i,m. to noon and 1 \ p.m lod.n .uitl iluirsdav, .ind trom 8 ,i.m. lo I p.m. on 1 tid.iv.  ( iciK'i.il admission adult Ik kets .lie ,ind $ \ lor students. All tic kets .ire S8 .it the g.ite  Canyon vs. Kerrville Tivy  Th(‘ pl.ivotts ar(' set ft >r th(‘ ( ainon lootball t('.im,  Fhe ( ((Ug.ifs w iH tia\('l to pLi\ K('irvill<’ livv .It 50 p.m. 1 nd.iy .it .Anlli'r Stadium in Kerr\ille.  li( kets to tlu' bi (listric 1 pl.iyolt game will be sold beginning tod.iw Ti( k(‘ls w ill lie soltl in tht' ( anson Athletic ( )IÏk e trom 8 .i.m. 4 p.m. Wi'diK'sd.n and lhursda\, .ind trom 8 •I.m.-2 [I.m. on 1 rida\.  Presali' ti( k('ls are $(> lor .i(ki|ts; \ lor stuik'iits.  All iK kets .it the gat(' w'ill be $8.  SCORES, PHOTOS  want your scores an(i photos. 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