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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, August 14, 2005 SCOREBOARD Coming Up Tuesday High school volleyball — Converse Judson at New Braunfels, 7 p.m.; Canyon at Smithson Valley, 7:30 p.m. Friday High school football —- Smithson Valley at SA Southwest (scrimmage), TBA; SA O’Connor at Canyon (scrimmage), 7 p.m. High school volleyball — New Braunfels at Northside Tournament; SV at Alamo Heights Tournament Saturday High school football — Fredericksburg at NB (scrimmage), 7 p.m. High school volleyball — New Braunfels at Northside Tournament; SV at Alamo Heights Tournament Tuesday, Aug. 23 High school volleyball — Hays Consolidated at New Braunfels, 7 p.m.; SV at Kerrville Tivy, 7:15 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26 High school football — LaV-ernia at Canyon, 7:30 p.m.; Round Rock Westwood at Smithson Valley, 7:30 p.m. High school volleyball — New Braunfels. Canyon and Smithson Valley at Fraulein Vol-leyfest Saturday, Aug. 27 High school football — New Braunfels vs. Stephenville at Killeen, 7:30 p.m. High school volleyball — New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley at Fraulein Vol-leyfest Cross country — Canyon at Lockhart Invitational Tuesday, Aug. 30 High school volleyball — Austin St. Michael’s at New Braunfels, 7 p.m.; Round Rock Stony Point at Canyon, 7:30 p.m.; Smithson Valley at Alamo Heights, 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1 High school volleyball — New Braunfels at Pearland Tournament; Canyon, Smithson Valley at San Marcos Tournament Friday, Sept. 2 High school football — New Braunfels at Pflugerville Connelly; Canyon at Seguin; Smithson Valley at Pflugerville (all 7:30 p.m.) High school volleyball — New Braunfels at Pearland Tournament; Canyon, Smithson Valley at San Marcos Tournament Dryer vent and air duct cleaning. Tile and wood floor cleaning. Oriental Rugs are our Specialty Also repair or replace fringe Furniture carpet cleaning. Cleaning For Your I leal Health Special Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned and Dryer Vent Cleaned FREE I bottle spotter with every FREE estimate 24 hr. Emergency Service Fire and Water Restoration Aladdin 606-7384 210 Trade Center Dr. • Cleaning For Your Health WHATS AHEAD FIRST SCRIMMAGES Canyon, Smithson Valley in football clashes at home and on road OMI TUR SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS/PROGRAMS NB Youth Football Registration Registration for the New Braunfels Youth Association's players and cheerleaders will be held from 8-11 a.m. Saturday at New Braunfels Christian Church, located at 734 Loop 337. There will be two Pee Wee (ages 7-8), four Juniors (ages 9-10) and four Seniors (ages 11-12) teams consisting of 25 players each. Practices begin Aug. 22. Cost is $75 per player; $35 per cheerleader. Call Jeff Bradford at 627-2099. Canyon Football Season Tickets Season tickets for Canyon's 2005 season will be on sale Monday, Wednesday and Thursday (for last year's season-ticket holders) and beginning Aug. 22 (to the general public). Cost is $28 per seat for the four home games (LaVernia, Aug. 26; Medina Valley, Sept. 23; Lake Travis, Oct. 14; Marble Falls, Oct. 28). Tickets can be picked up from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call Dorothy Oelkers at 221-2417. CANYON CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Cougarettes hold own at tournament Kirby Krueger had 28 kills; Nikki Kruse had nine assists and Kelly Rotzler had five. Courtney Bird led with six aces, while Bennett had 1.5 blocks and Zunker had another. “Dripping Springs carne in ranked in the top IO in the state (No. 3), and it was a confidence booster for the kids. They saw that they could compete against a team that beat them twice last year,” Sanders said. “While it was nice to get the win, I’m not going to read too much into it. The one that matters is a month down the road, and hopefully we’ll get the win then.” Canyon hosts Dripping Springs Sept. 20. The Cougarettes (5-3) held their own against a much larger Plano West squad before falling in two. Zunker had five kills and Bennett had four; Krueger finished with 14 assists. Kruse had eight kills and l*icey She-drock added six, while Zunker and Krueger each had three aces. “I think Plano West was the biggest team in the whole tournament,” Sanders said. “All of them had to be six feet tall, and their setter was 5-10. It was one of the biggest teams against one of the smallest, and we saw what we can do against a team like that.” Canyon led most of the sec- .c Cleaning For Your Health • Cleaning For Your Health > Seguin Golf Center Clinics, Programs Seguin Golf Center will have golf tournaments for juniors each Wednesday until school begins. Cost is $10 per tournament. Call Clint Baack at (830) 379-8883. NBGSA Registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association is now accepting registration for Fall Ball Leagues. Divisions include T-ball (ages 4-6); coach pitch (ages 6-8); and three fast pitch divisions (10-under, 12-under and 14-under). Cost is $45 per player; deadline is Aug. 27. Registration forms are available at Sundance Print and Copy, OneCall Communications or at the league website at Walk-up registration will be held from 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 27 at the Landa Park Rec Center. Call Sarah Flores at 660-7471 or the league office at 629-0690. New Braunfels Youth Flag Football The New Braunfels Youth Flag Football League will have registration for the fall season for grades 1-6 from 8 a.m.-noon Sat urn! game before West’s hitters took over, a d d e d Sanders, whose team was a bit worn after four games Friday and urday, Aug. 27 at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Cost is $35 per child. Forms are also available at Vivroux's Sporting Goods. Entry deadline is Aug. 27. Call Erie Young at 620-6396. NB Football Season Tickets Individuals who held season tickets during New Braunfels' 2004 football season will have the first option to buy for the 2005 season through Aug. 24 at the high school from 8-11 a.m. and Noon-3 p.m. daily. The $28 package offers tickets to the Sept. 9 (Seguin), Oct. 7 (Lake Travis), Oct. 21 (Burnet) and Nov. 4 (Canyon) home games. Season tickets not purchased will go on sale to the public Aug. 25-30 from 8-11 a.m. and Noon-3 p.m. Call Pat Douglas at the field-house at 627-6111. NBLL Fall Ball Registration The New Braunfels Little League is now accepting applications for its fall season, scheduled to begin after Labor Day. Divisions for boys and girls includeT-Ball (ages 5- 6); Coach UNICORNS CONTINUED FROM Page 1B Stage successful scrimmage vs. King Kirby Krueger two more Saturday. "We got to see what kind of depth we have as a team, so it was a great experience for us,” she added. Amarillo, the No. 8 ranked team in Class 5A, played Arlington Martin for the championship. No. 6 SA Churchill and Austin Westlake — which both will visit Canyon for a dual match Friday — played for third place. Canyon will play unbeaten Smithson Valley (3-0) at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at Hanger Gym. said. “There weren’t any interceptions and no turnovers of any kind, which was real important to me.” The offensive line came up big even though it had, expected different things from the Brahmas. Caniford said the players sustained their blocks for backs like Jeremy Erben, who also had a good night running the hall. Defensively, it was more of the same. “So many played so well that its hard to single out everyone who made plays," Caniford said of the unit, which allowed only one sec- Pitch (ages 6-7); Little League baseball (ages 8-12); Junior baseball (ages 13-14); Seniors (ages 15-16) and all age divisions for girls softball and Challenger League. Cost is $30 and the deadline to enter is Aug. 27. Registration forms are available at Vivroux Sporting Goods. Call Jon Ellis at (830) 832-9909. Texas State New Braunfels Day Texas State University welcomes the New Braunfels community for a special day of football at Bobcat Stadium.TSU will host Southern Utah Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. NB residents will receive discounted $5 tickets (purchased in advance only) and members of the Chamber of Commerce can participate in a pregame tailgate party at 3 p.m. Call the ticket office at (512) 245-2272. J&R Gymnastics Fall Registration Fall enrollment is under way J&R Gymnastics in New Braunfels. Classes are available in gymnastics, tumbling, cheerleading, extreme sports, babynastics and karate. Call (830) 606-0375. ond-team score. “We ran to the ball real well — we really brought the hat tonight.” Caniford added the team committed few mental mistakes and “overall played very smart football,” — meaning there weren’t many flags. 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