New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
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Baseball — NB at Dripping Springs, 7 p.m.; Marble Falls at Canyon, 7 p.m.; SA Reagan at SV, 6 p.m.
Softball — Dripping Springs at NB, 7 p.m.; Canyon at Marble Falls, 7 p.m.
Saturday Baseball — SA Lee at
SV, 1 p.m.
Softball — SV at SA
Monday, April 25 Tennis - NB, Canyon at 4A-Region IVTournament, San Antonio
Tuesday, April 26 Baseball — Canyon at NB, 7 p.m.; SA Madison at SV, 7 p.m.
Tennis — NB, Canyon at 4A-Region IVTournament, San Antonio Golf — NB, Canyon at 4A-Region IVTournament, San Antonio
Wednesday, April 27 Golf — NB, Canyon at 4A-Region IVTournament, San Antonio
Thursday, April 28 Tennis — SV at 5A-
Region IVTournament, McFarlin, San Antonio
Friday, April 29 Tennis — SV at 5A-
Region IVTournament, McFarlin, San Antonio Track — NB, Canyon, SV at 5A/4A-Region IV meet, Alamo Stadium Softball — First round of Class 4A and 5A playoffs, TB A
Saturday, April 30 Baseball — SV at SA
Roosevelt, 1 p.m.
Track — NB, Canyon, SV at 5A/4A-Region IV meet, Alamo Stadium
Friday, May 6 Softball - Second round of Class 4A and 5A playoffs, TBA Baseball — First round of Class 5A playoffs,TBA
Schlitterbahn Kids' Triathlon
Registration is under way for the Schlitterbahn Kids'Triathlon, benefiting Habitat for Humanity, to be held Sunday. Children ages 7-16 are invited to swim, bike and run in and around the waterpark. Registration flyers available at Academy Sports & Outdoors, The McKenna Club or Schlitterbahn Waterparks offices at 381 East Austin Street (608-8548). More details, training tips and registration forms are available at schlitterbahn.com.
Civic Center Boxing
Bam Bam Promotions is sponsoring a night of professional boxing Saturday, April 30 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. The card will include bouts featuring local fighters Sam Rodriguez and Jeremiah Chapman, female boxer Valerie Flores and others. Tickets, $35 ringside, $25 for second row and $15 general admission, are available at Jovan's Detail Shop in New Braunfels or by calling 627-1954 or (210) 385-5575.
The annual New Braunfels football Lift-A-Thon, a fund-raiser for the program, will be held Monday in the school's practice
gym. Freshmen football players will compete at 1:30 p.m. and the junior varsity and varsity football players will compete at 6 p.m.
NBISD Special Olympics Fundraiser
The NBISD is sponsoring a Special Olympics fundraiser Thursday, April 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. atTaco Cabana. Door prizes and music will be provided.
NB Boosters All-Sports Banquet
The New Braunfels High School Booster Club is sponsoring an All-Sports Banquet Thursday, May 5 at 5:30 p.m. at the New Braunfels Civic Center.Tickets are $7 at the door. CallTerry Mechler, boosters president, at (830) 626-7013.
Marion Boosters Golf Fest
The Marion Athletic Booster Club will be holding its annual Golf Fest on Saturday, May 7 at Woodlake Country Club in San Antonio. Shotgun start will begin at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $70 and includes green fees, cart, range balls and a dinner the night before the tournament ($10 for guests). Other events will be staged and prizes awarded. Entry forms are available at the high school office, or by calling Johnny Bohannon at (830) 303-9698 (home); (210) 269-1108
(cell); or Clayton Bauer (830) 914-3705 (home); (830) 914-2539 (work).
NBISD athlete physicals
Physical screenings for incoming students in the seventh, ninth and 11th grades who desire to participate in UIL athletics at the high school or middle school during 2005-06 are scheduled for Wednesday, May 4 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the New Braunfels Surgery Center on Common Street. Cost is $15. For more information, call the school district offices.
Foresight Golf Tournament Series
Foresight Golf is sponsoring a tournament player series designed by and featuring 1996 Texas Open Champion David Ogrin during May. Events will be held from Noon-1:30 p.m. at The Bandit on May 2, May 23 and May 31; at the Buckhorn May 9; and atThe Republic May 16. Entry fee per event is $100. Call Ogrin at (210) 872-7109 or e-mail to [email protected]
Foresight Golf Programs/Clinics
The Republic Golf Club is sponsoring a player development program, featuring unlim
ited range practices and range instruction and carat fees for $29 per month. Call the pro shop at (210) 359-0000. The Buckhorn will have a full-swing, course management clinic at 9 a.m. Saturday. Entry is $150 per person, and includes clinic fee, lunch, green fees and cart. Call (830) 995-5351 or (866) 746-2711.
STPGA Junior Golf Programs
Tournaments for the Southern Texas PGA's Junior Tour (ages 12-18) and Little Linksters (ages 7-12) will kick off region-wide May 31. Membership applications, tournament entry forms and more information about both programs are available on the Internet at www.stp-ga.com or by calling the STPGA office at (281)419-7421.
Central Texas Honeybees
The CentralTexas Honeybees fastpitch softball teams seeks players 18-under for several statewide select tournaments. The team, based in San Marcos, needs pitchers, outfielders, infielders and a catcher, and a male and female assistant coach. Call Juan Hernandez at (512) 471-0132 (before 4 p.m.) or (512) 293-4901 (evenings) or David Ayala (512) 376-2401 or (512) 736-5750.
Smithson Valley players join hands to pump each other up between innings duringTuesday's 4-0 win over SA Madison.
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Win was another team effort
have to get better and we end up coming up with a bunch of talent and people who play good and play hard.”
Munoz couldn’t say how many people she’s sent packing at the plate, nor could she tell you her won-loss record or her ERA. She has pitched two no-hitters and a perfect game this season.
“Munoz is having the best year of her career,” Daigle said of the junior, who is now 17-3 and carries a 0.52 ERA. “And Brooke LaRue plays the game very hard, the way it’s supposed to be played.”
Smithson Valley’s ninth district shutout was a tad harder to get than most. The Mavericks (8-13,2-11) threatened in the second, putting two players on when Munoz allowed her only hit and walked a batter.
In the Smithson Valley third, a runner was thrown out at home before Candace Gillespie beat a dropped ball by the shortstop, plating Brittany Arredondo for a 1-0 lead. Running into the bag
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Nuggets still wary of injured Duncan
“I wish we were playing every other day early in the series rather than late,” he said Thursday.
Karl called Duncan “a low-maintenance, selfless, team-oriented superstar’’ who is always in control and quietly effective in making his team better.
“He does what he needs to do to win,” Karl said. "If it means being a playmaker at the high post, super. If
at second, Gillespie left with an ankle sprain.
Smithson Valley added two more in the fourth, as Kaylen Skinner’s double scored LaRue and Tiffany Ward’s sacrifice fly scored Jamie Skinner. In the fifth, the bases were loaded when Madison starter Jennifer Villarreal walked Arredondo to score Kavlen Skinner to make it 4-0.
After getting out of the second, Munoz retired the final 15 Mavericks batters.
“She has five different pitches and she throws them all pretty good,” Daigle said of Munoz, who’s already getting attention from Big 12 scouts. "When she first got here, she only had a rise ball.”
While Munoz is the go-to on the pitching end, the batting heroics are spread around. If one’s not hitting, someone else is. Smithson Valley finished with nine hits Thursday, though it usually averages a lot more than that.
At one point during the Madison game, Daigle admonished his charges by saying, “Hitting is individual, not a team thing.”
That’s the only individualism Daigle wants to see on his team, whose work is far from finished this season.
(Popovich) needs me scoring down low, OK. If you want me to set pick and rolls, OK. He just does it.”
Denver split the four-game season series against San Antonio, with both of the Nuggets’ wins coming in March and early April while Duncan was out.
Nuggets center Marcus Camby will have at least part of the task of defending Duncan in the playoffs, and he understands that’s a big job even when Duncan is less than IOO percent.
“The guy’s going to get his numbers,” Camby said. “It’s mainly about trying to shut down the guys around him.”
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