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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B— HBRALD-ZbITUNG — Friday, April 11, 2003 Sports Too lo report scores and highlights, call 625-9144 ext. 223 or e-mail hat Jan > s#hera Id-zeitu ng.e< >m or fax to 606-3413 Sports Shorts ► Local footfaal al-stars Smithson Valley High School will have three players playing in the Pizza Hut San Antonio All-Star Football game May 17 in San Antonio. Defensive back Whit Outlaw, wide receiver Josh Gregory and offensive lineman Michael Hernandez were among those players selected. ► Rangers 5, Athletics 4 ARLINGTON (AP) — Carl Everett hit a tiebreak-mg homer in the eighth inning and Mark JVixeira hit his first major league home run as the Texas {•hingers rallied from a four-run deficit to beat the Oakland Athlet ics 5-4 Thursday. With the game tied at 4, Everett led off the eighth with a solo homer off reliever Chad Bradford (1-1) just inside the right field pole for his first of the season. Francisco Cordero (1-1) threw a hitless eighth inning to pick up the victory. Ugueth Urbina pitched the ninth for his third save to help the Rangers stop a three-game losing streak. Scott Hatteberg hit three1 doubles and reached base five times, and Jermaine Dye homered for the Athletics, who had their nine-game winning streak against the Rangers snapped. 'IG Parent Organizations • Comunity Organizations Clubs • bents' Meetings' Sports * Stories' Greoi Deals mm mourn! Coll 625-9144 to subscribe today! % M IS BACK! L I N CO L N K. JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-Zettung Canyon freshman Bo Warm, left, took first place in the 200-meter dash Thursday at the District 25-4A Track and Field meet with a time of 26.21. New Braunfels’ Kendra Sargent, right, finished third with a time of 26.43. TRACK & FIELD/From 1B ■Bk*- Mercury    %*_j538Pns 02 SABLE GS Peterson was also on Canyon’s 1,600-meter relay team, which finished second with a time of 3:24.26. Luke Hansen was the first of three NBHS athletes to qualify for regionals during Thursday’s running event finals. Hansen won the 800-meter dash with a time of 1:55.74. “I kind of got boxed in there and I had to work my way to the outside,” Hansen said. “I was planning being a little closer after the first lap, but it turned out good.” Kelly Heinbaugh, who won the 300-meter hurdles at district in 2002, did it again on Thursday with a time of 45.21. “This is absolutely awesome. I’m really excited to make regionals two years in a NBHS golf teams qualify for regionals Kovalcik brings home district title From staff reports Round one of the District 25-4A boys and girls golf tournaments took place March 31 at Jimmy Clay Golf Course in Austin, and Round two was thus past Monday at Quail Creek in San Marcos. The New Braunfels High School boys team and the NBHS girls team qualified for regionals. The New Braunfels girls golf team finished second behind Lake Travis to qualify for the Region IV-4ATbur-nament. Christine Kovalcik placed first overall after shooting a two-round total 151 (80-71). Teammate Ashley Minton added a 182 (87-95), Courtney Knippa scored a I Kl (91-92), Kimberly Cary recorded a 208 (96-112) and Kelsey Crandall rounded out the scoring with a 213 (109-104). Meredith McDonald of NBHS competed as a medalist and shot a 198 (100-98). The Canyon girls golf team, which had advanced to the regional and state golf tournaments the past four years, placed third at district and did not qualify for regionals. Josh Ray led the NBHS boys team with a two-round total 152 (76-79). Keith Britton shot a 157 (81-76), Chase DuBose linked a 160 (79-81), Nick Williams strung together a 161 (85-76) and Jordan Gomez turned in a 162 (86-76). The Unicorns also finished second in district behind Lake TVavis to qualify for the Region IV-4AThurnament. TTie Canyon boys team finished third and just missed qualifying for regionals. A second New Braunfels boys team also competed at district, but did not qualify for regionals. Tyler Waite shot a 162, Matt Schulke shot a 164, D.J. Green shot a 176, Chance Wills shot a 188 and Chris Kopp shot a 195. MASTERS/From 1B showers in the morning, and >flieial« are skeptical about leing able to finish two ounds by darkness Friday. When they do get around o the golf, the soggy turf hould play right into the lands of Woods, the two-time Ii Tending champion, and oth -rs who hit the ball high and ar. That’s what it might take o navigate a 7,290-yard ourec that will seem even onger. Stamina also figures to >lay a big role. “lf you’re not under 32 and an hit 280, you’ve got no hance*said Loren Roberts, vho is 47 and averages 254 •fl the tee “I don’t know. I’ve men wrong before,” Most everyone thought postponing the first round vas the right move. “Evidently, they felt it was inplayable/ Woods said. Starting times already sere pushed back 30 min-itea, and officials reached -iled to ll a.rn because of non* we-might showers that (nought the* rainfall to 4 inch row,” said Heinbaugh, who will be moving to Houston at the end of the school year. “I really wanted this and I just told myself I had to do it. All my friends were cheering for me, and without them I don’t what I would’ve done.” Heinbaugh, along with Alicia Stoll, Christina Racanelli and (’lain*, captured second place in the 1,600-meter n*lay with a time of 4:07.33. Michalee Smithers, who qualified for regionals in the triple jump on Wednesday, took second in the 100-meter hurdles on Thursday with a time of 45.21. “I’m happy, but I’m a little disappointed I didn t get first, Once I get to regionals I can make up for it,” Smithers said, “I think I could have gone a little foster out of the blocks. ’14,995 ’0,7*238 I<£> GRAND MARQUIS LS | ’22,995 BUY S'S'3Q FOR jjy .11*1. 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