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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, August 24, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7A Coming Up Friday High school football — LaVer-nia 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 Volleyfest Saturday High school football — New Braunfels vs. Stephenville at Killeen, 7:30 p.m. High school volleyball — New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley at Fraulein Volleyfest 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 Connally; 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 Saturday, Sept. 3 High school volleyball — New Braunfels at Pearland Tournament; Canyon, Smithson Valley at San Marcos Tournament High school football — South Shaver at NBCA. 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6 High school tennis — Marble Falls at Canyon, 4 p.m. High school volleyball — Canyon at New Braunfels, 7:30 p.m.; Clark at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9 High school football — Seguin at New Braunfels; Canyon at Austin McCallum; Smithson Valley at Temple; SA Randolph at Marion; Navarro at Poth (all 7:30 p.m.) RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Baker, Herring tough at net for SV advantage to 19-16. Kills by Desi Baker and Herring, however, ended any Tivy hopes of forcing a fourth game. Martin added 12 digs, and Brittany Hunt three aces to Smithson Valley’s statistics. Sophomore Kayla Smith led Tivy with IO assists, while Candace Highsmith added nine digs and Erica Weden had the Lady Antlers’ only ace in an 89 percent serving effort. COWBOYS CONTINUED FROM Page 7A Rookies making plays for Dallas the team takes a break in practice. He’s also already been anointed with one of the coach’s favorite lines about praiseworthy youngsters: “Don’t put him in Canton yet.’’ Its worth noting that Purcells used the same line the last few years about tight end Jason Witten and running back Julius Jones—and both are now integral parts of the offense. Beriault got his dose of tough love, too, with Parcells saying “he did a couple knucklehead things out there.” The rookie from Ball State had a sack and prevented a completion on a third-down pass. The praise he lacked from his coach was more than made up for by ABC announcers. Notes: Dallas players were offlliesday. Practice resumes at team headquarters today.. . Parcells may announce his QB depth chart this week. Drew Henson, who replaced starter Drew Bledsoe on Monday night, didn’t help his chances by making a poor decision and a bad throw for an interception late in the first half. SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS/PROGRAMS NB Manufacturing Business Challenge • The New Braunfels Manufacturing Association is sponsoring The Business Challenge, a golf tournament benefit for college scholarships Saturday, Oct. 1 at The Bandit Golf Course. Team ($400), business ($500) and hole sponsorships are available; entries include green fees, carts and lunch. Entry deadline is Sept. 24. Call Lyndon Frame at (830) 481-0438. Seguin Soccer Referee Clinic Seguin Youth Soccer is sponsoring a clinic for new referees from 8 a.rn.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at First Commercial Bank in Seguin. Cost is $25 for USSF registration following certifica tion test. Call Cheryl Schriewer at (830) 433-4665 after 4 p.m. Girls Junior Golf Clinic David Ogrin, the new director of the Central Texas Junior Golf Association, is hosting a free clinic for girls junior golfers at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2 at The Bandit Golf Course. All golfers and parents are welcome to discuss the future of LPGA and USGA junior golf in the area. Call Ogrin at (830) 872-7109 of email to [email protected] NBGSA Registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association is now accepting registration for Fall Ball Leagues. Divisions includeT-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 Saturday. Registra tion 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.rn.-noon Saturday 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.rn.-noon Sat-urday 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. Greater NB Amateur City Championship The Greater New Braunfels Amateur City Golf Championship will be held Sept. 16-18 at Landa Park Golf Course, The event is open to men in women who reside in Comal, Guadalupe and Hays counties. Entry fee is $60; $35 for annuals and punch cards. Deadline is Sept. 14, with tee times posted by 5 p.m. Sept. 15. Call the course at 608-2174. 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 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 Saturday. 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, baby-nastics and karate. Call (830) 606-0375. VOLLEY CONTINUED FROM Page 7A NB had control of match vs. Hays The Unicorns (7-4) are still missing junior hitter Kirsten Brotze, who was briefly hospitalized last week with an illness. Losing her has affected the rotation somewhat, but it wasn’t enough to have swayed the outcome, wliich was finally in the Unicorns’ hands. Entering after not having surrendered a game in four previous matches, the Unicorns picked up where they left off Saturday. Only twice in the latter stages of the first two games did the Rebels get within three points as the Unicorns won by five and seven, respectively. New Braunfels was playing good defense, but Hays wasn’t going away in three. The Rebels began to go more to setter Madeline Bates, who stalked the net in the middle while Breyfogle was in the backcourt. When Breyfogle rotated up. her hits cashed in — and somewhat stunned the Unicorns. “I think we lost a little bit of intensity,” Fowler said. “Maybe we thought we had it won — I don’t know. But I do think that we picked it up... We hit a spell there when we were making some errors and weren’t playing smart.” Hays took a six-point win in the third and controlled the first third of the fourth game. The Rebels took all-7 lead before the Unicorns got kills by Deanna Dahse and Amy I luddleston to get to 11 -9, and another Huddleston kill and an ace by Chelsea Fowler got them within one, at 12-11. Two of Breyfogle’s IO blocks kept the Rebels close, but a kill by Ixicy Redwine and two straight aces by Rachel Brown — sandwiched between a Hays hitting error — put the Unicorns up for good. Hays coach Jo McCabe twice called time out, but the tide had already turned. Breyfogle had 13 kills and Deering had 17. Bates had 17 assists and Katie Kelsey finished with IO digs for Hays. Huddleston had 14 kills and 1.5 blocks for New Braunfels, which got 40 assists by Brown and two aces each by Fowler and Brown. Redwine added 11 kills and 1.5 blocks; Taylor Jonas had 1.5 blocks and 13 digs, and Samantha Lingam-felter totaled 17 stops. “I think we’re playing solid,” Fowler said. “We have a lot of things we need to work on — just adjustments here and there. We’re a lot more consistent than we were at this time last year, and that’s what we were looking to do at the beginning of the season.” Both teams will be at this weekend’s Fraulein Volleyfest. Hays will play SA Warren at IO a.m. Friday at New Braunfels. The Unicorns will begin against Killeen Harker Heights on their home court at noon. Alamo Heights def. Canyon SAN ANTONIO—lite Lady Mules dropped the first game but came back to kick the Cougarettes 21-25,25-21,25-22,25-19. The loss was the third straight for Canyon (6-6), which opens the Fraulein Volleyfest at 9 a.m. Friday in the Cougar Den against Richardson Pearce. Heights improved to 6-3 overall. Courtney Bird had 14 kills and Chelsea Zunker added 11 for Canyon. Kirby Krueger had 37 assists; Kelly Rotz;ler had a pair of aces and Lacey She-drock and Nikki Kruse had 13 and 11 digs, respectively. Lex-ie Bennett had 2.5 blocks for the Cougarettes. “I didn’t think we played that well as a team tonight," Canyon coach Heather Sanders said. “’’We play real well at tiumes and in others we struggle, like tonight. We need to develop consistency.” Custom Designs & Blinds ll I (, ll I S I 0 I \ I I I    I    OW    I    S    I    I’    K I ( I N LOUKS! PKK KS ON WOOD, MIM, M KIK VK Kl I SDS, SII MMS & SIK ITI KS! LARGE DISCOUNTS ON CUSTOM DRAPERIES & BED SPREADS FREE estimates given in your home (830) 899-2384 Canyon I.ake. TX 78133 Gary & Mila Martin • 35 Years in Business 1st Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet River City Chapter National Wild Turkey Federation August 25,2005 OPENING: 6:00 P.M. DINNER: 7:30 PM. 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