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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung    Tuesday, April 2,1985    7 NB 2nd,CHS 3rd at tourney SEGUIN — New Braunfels finished second and Canyon third at the Seguin tennis tournament, which wrapped up Monday. San Mar cos won the tournament. Places were determined ay the finished in die individual competition. In the varsity girls’ doubles, the Canyon team of Kathryn Kyle and Leah Klieg defeated Gayle Cerrato and Stephanie Leyh of New Braunfels for first place, while Denise Denson and Louise Settree of New Braunfels beat Deann Hana and Susan Smith of Canyon in the consolation finals. In the varsity girls’ singles, Leigh Ann Forney of New Braunfels defeated Kim Klieg of Canyon in the championship match. Chris Skov and Mike Valadez won the varsity boys’ doubles championship, while Robert Moor and Alan Rompel were semifinalists. Erie Oranen fell in the boys’ singles consolation finals. In the sophomore division, Canyon’s team of Christi Minica and Margie Williams won the doubles, New Braunfels’ Jennifer Smith won the singles, Canyon’s Ernie Jones and Matt Brotze won the consolation, New Braunfels’ Craig Morrison and Jonathan Clark finished third in doubles, and New Braunfels’ Brandee Pipkin and Lori Gansky finished third in doubles. New Braunfels plays Kerrville Tivy in a dual match today, and New Braunfels and Canyon will play in the rain-delayed Canyon-New Braunfels tournament this weekend. Briefly I    RiKll©    /htK'k Radio COMPUTER /hack I CENTERSEnjoy Total Support from the World’s Largest Computer Retailer CHECK YOUR PHONE BOOK FOR THE PARTICIPATING RadW/liaek STORE COMPUTER CENTER OR DEALER NEAREST YOU A ENVISION Of TANDY CORPORATION    WCfS    APPLY    AT    RAINO    SHACK    COMPUTER CENTERS ANO PARTICIPATING STORES ANO DEALERS BIIEX Because you know the difference. SALE! START COLOR COMPUTING WITH A TRUE FAMILY COMPUTER! Save $40 16K Extended Color Computer 2 Reg. 159.95    -    -    t„s Low As $20 Per Month on CitiLine* ■ Ready-to-Run Software Available for Education, Budgeting, Games, Word Processing and Much More ■ Learn to Program in Extended Color BASIC (tutorial manual included) ■ Create Sophisticated Color Graphics with Sound ■ Connects Quickly to Any TV ■ Easy to Expand as Skills and Needs Grow • Citit me revolving credit from Citibank Payment may vary depending upon balance .ISl*E KRIEWALDT HERALD ZfclTUNO Smithson Valley's Paul Pharris snags a foul ball during an earlier game Hays tops Rangers on late homers BUDA — Hays batters hit back-to-back homers in the bottom of the sixth to rally the Rebels past Smithson Valley 7-6 in a non-district baseball game Monday. The Rangers. 6-7, had tied the game at five in the top of the sixth on doubles by Ray Reyes and Paul Phams and a .squeeze bunt by Mike Wilson. But homers by Gene Salazar and Eddie Salazar cave Hays a 7-5 lead, and the Ruiigtrs' seventh-inning rally came up one run short Smithson Valley had opened the doors to the Rebels in the fifth inning, committing ti)ret* straight errors to allow three unearned runs off losing pitcher Abel Uballe. “Except for those three errors, it was a super game,” Rangers Coach Bobby Granger said. “It was a lot of fun to play.” Chris Simons started the game for Smithson Valley, but came out after four innings. “He told me in the fourth that he felt like he had gotten a good enough workout,” Granger said of Simons. Linescore Smithton Vtitty    210    002 I 5 7    5 Hayt....... 101    032 a - 7 7    0 Chft Simont Abt! Uba'l* >5' and ANH Ut>«n» V.fct Aition 15* Etpmota Sttom.n* and M • v A Satomtn* L    28    Reyes 2. PHtrns “We Just wanted t rot him » little wurk. Granger said he was happy with the way the Rangers hit the ball as they pounded out seven flits against two Hays pitchers. “They had us down 5-3, and we came back,” he said. “I was real happy with that.” Smithson Valley scored two runs in the first on a walk to Steve Gottardy and hits by Simons and Reyes The Rangers added a run in the second on a single by Wilson, a bunt single by Uballe and a passed ball. The Rangers are in action again Thursday, playing Canyon at Cougar Field. Erickstad wins Gruene 10,000 Brad Erickstad of Austin topped the field in the Gruene 10,000-meter race Saturday, posting a time of 30:17. Second was Augie Flores, who ran a 31:45. John Krause was third in 33:08 and Terrell Fisher fourth in 33:18. Erickstad was the top finisher in the 25-29 division, while Flores topped the 15-19 division. Fisher was the first finisher in the 20-24 division. The top woman finisher was Deborah Statz, who ran a 38:12 to finish 35th overall. In the women’s division top division finishers were Gwen Shepherd, 14 and under, 45:23 (167th overall); Becky Brown, 25-29, 39:50 (55th); Ann Livingston, 30-34 , 41:31 (77th); Colynn Mahoney, 35-39, 40:51 (72nd); Beverly Gragg, 40-44 , 50:13 (319th); Maggie Coleman, 45-49, 49:43; Georgia Sweeney, 50-59,48:57. Other finishers in the men’s division were James Montez, 14 and under, 37:05 ( 23rd): Mike Henderson, 35-39, 35:19 (9th); Nelson Hanbrath, 40-44, 36:41 (19th); Dan McCormick. 45-49,    (13th); Jim Moore, 30-59, 38:04 ( 33rd>; Charlie Graham, 60 and over, 44:32 (153rd). NBMS tennis team wins 2 matches New Braunfels Middle School’s tennis teams defeated Briesemeister and Corbett in dual matches Saturday. The NBMS seventh grade team defeated Briesemeister 8-0, and winners were Todd Bergquist, Keegan Armke, Kris Ray and Jason Raggio, John Bartranx and Daniel McGauley, Adrienne Isley, Dawn Stipmeks, Cathy Houde and Elsie Brumbelow, and Kayci Kahler and Kemery Kahler. The eighth grade team also won 8-0. Winners were Lance Wright, Ricky Robinson, Chan Clark and Garon Gall a iv, Ti avis Thrift and I^nce Dolie, Rachel Forney, Rachel McFarland, Valerie Skov and Jessica Scalendar, Arm Baker and Kama Andrews. The seventh grade defated Corbett 6-2, and winners were Bergquist, Armke and Ray, Isley, Houde, Kahler and Kahler, and Misty Buck and Michelle Brandt. The eighth grade team beat Corbett 5-3. Winners were Wright, Robinson, Galloway and Clark, Forney, and Cindy Dufour and Sheri Langabeer. NB Blue team whips Floresville New Braunfels’ Blue team defeated Floresville 8-1 in soccer action Saturday at the HEB Complex. The Blue team jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead, but Floresville came back with a goal at the 22-minute mark to make it 3-1. After that, it was all New Braunfels, as the defense, led by Ken Kuehler and Bud Hasert. Forwards Brad Addock and Chan Clark and halfbacks Mike Shuler, Jason Eanes and Travis Thrift scored the goals for the Blue. NBSV holds practice shoot Twenty-two shooters participated in the New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein’s practice shoot Sunday at the club’s range. Here are the results: Rest relay No. I: Bill Wimberley, 247; Wayne Arthur, 246: George Meyer, 245. Rest relay No. 2: Wayne Arthur, 249; George Meyer, 246; Mike Bretzke, 245. Offhand relay No. I. David Pringle, 119; David Buie, 114; Jimmie Meckel, 113. Offhand relay No. 2:    David Pringle, 120; Bill Wimberley, 115; Mike Bretzke, 115. The club’s next shoot will be April 14 at 2:30 p.m. Vogels Valley club holds competition Members of the Vogels Valley Shooting Club held a practice shoot Saturday. Here are the results: Rest: Virginia Stevens, 246; Eddie Stevens, 245; E.A. Moos, 244; Arlen Bruemmer, 243; Karl Nentwich, 243; Udo Bruemmer, 241; Duane Grobe, 238; Herman Vogel, 237; Oliver Grobe, 235; Brian Nentwich, 235; Norby Penshaw, 229; Kenny Hitt, 229; Domy Hitt, 221. Offhand:    Karl Nentwich, 116; Arlen Bruemmer, 111; Eddie Stevens, 108; Brian Nentwich, 104; Virginia Stevens, 102; Udo Bruemmer, 98. Landa Ladies play low net Rose Tuseth shot a 63 to win the A flight of the Landa Ladies Golf Association’s low net tournament last week at the Landa Park Golf Course. Pat McDonald was second in A flight with 65. In B flight, Mary Mabry was low with 66 and Margie Miller second with 67. In C flight, Addie Kriese was first with 66 and Emma Wedin second with 71. Mabry, Tuseth, Miller and Marian Fox had birdies during the competition. Foursome takes Guys and Dolls The team of A. Jarchow, A. Cooper, S. Browning and Emma Wedin shot a 62 to take the Guys and Dolls tournament at the Landa Park Golf Course. Two teams tied for second at 64: K. Lauterbach, G. Norris, R. Wedin, Althena Glubka and Verna Wilkie; and Rose Tuseth, T. Yeazel, J. Shoemaker and H. Mizner. Closest-to-the-pin on No. 12 was Jule Kriese. Team takes NBG A tourney J. Rice and B. Tepe combined for a plus one to win the New Braunfels Golf Association’s two-man team, points versus quota tournament at the Landa Park Golf Course. Three teams tied for second at minus two: B. Shefman and C.D. Shaw; R. Hansen and L. Hartzell; and D. Hart and E. Reeves. In low next competition, the winners by flights were R. Hansen, first flight, 65; D. Hart, second flight, 67; C. Smith, third flight, 68; R. Scheel, fourth flight, 69. Tournaments set at Landa course The Landa Park Golf Course will hold three major tournaments in April and another in May. On April 9, the Elks tournament will be held beginning at 9 a.m. The first of a two-week Lady Club Championship will be April 10-11. The annual Golf Fest will be held April 26-28, with 200 participants playing the course each day. The course will be closed that weekend. On May 18, the course will hold a junior tournament, open to players, high school age and younger. Registration is at the pro shop, and the tournament will be a warm-up for the father-son tourament set for June 22. ^Deanj in the Harald-Zfltunq THE NATURAL GAS DIFFERENCE. SENSIBLE SALINGS. What a difference it makes when you dry your clothes with reliable natural gas. Gas dryers work taster, to save you time. And they cost less to operate. Natural gas is the choice of the finest homes. Its less expensive and does so many things better, because its a more efficient energy source. The sensible way to save money, and do a lot of things a lot better. And remember: when you use natural gas wisely, you’re conserving our natural resources. Gas can dry 3 loads for the same amount of primary energy that it takes to dry I electrically. ;