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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas m61 Wednesday, August 31, 2011 | herald-zeitung.COM Rangers e<tee Rays 24 ARUNGTON(AP) losh Hamtlfon hit a towering hoiiK' run <infl S( ott Ft'ldman thrt'w six scor('less innings in a spoi si.irt lor the Al West-le.iding K.ingt'rs in a 2-0 vi( tor\' over tfi(' l.tmp.i H.iy Kavs on Tu(*sdiiv night, \ t.unilton lilt th(‘ iirst piK h of tii(' sixth inning thrown i)y rooki(' right h.indf'r lert'nn Heili(kson f 11 -) 0) into a stx ond (kn k of seats in right field. It landed cin estimated 44‘) feet trom home |)late, his 19th homer, and broke a scoreli'ss lie. Mr hael Young followed with a double anrl S(ori'd on a single by David Muf[)hv. Telflman (1-0) allowc'd only two hits l)efore Mark I owe, O.irren Oliver, Mike Adams < ombim'd for two no hit innings to set up Nt'flali Fi’iiz tor his 26lh save in M ( hani (‘s. It was the Rangi‘rs' 1f>th shutout this season. The Kays, held scoreless for the 1 ith time this season, hit only four balls out of the infield, two in the ninth off f eliz, who got out ot the jam when Fvan 1 ongoria grounded into a game-ending rlouble |)lay. HOUSTON (AP) Astros 8, Pirates 2 R(K)kie Henry Sosa allowt'd two hits and struck out seven over six innings, Malt Downs got his league-l(*ading 12th pin( h-hil RBI and the Astros beat the I’lrales. lose Alluve homered in the fifth to lie it 2-2 and the Astros broke loose with six runs on a season-high sc’ven hits in the sixth inning. Advance HS footbal tickets available Frn;’ t,i!t repni»'-. fresale Ik kets lor this urt'k's ( omal ( ouni\ toot ball games ,ire on Siik' on lui'sd.n aiui VV(‘dnesda\. New Braunfels Ik ke!s tor New Hraunlels' road game against S( hertz ( IcuK'ns begin trom 1 Í p.11V to(l.i\ at the I !ni( orns I H'ld House; VV<’dn(‘sda\ and Thursd.iv troni H a.m. to noon <in(l 1 - ? p.m. and I ti(la\ from 8 a,m. to 1 p.m. Pri( es are Sh for adults and S ’) !or stu(k‘iits, and .ill ti( k-ets ,ire general tidmission \!l tit kets at the gate art' Canyon High School h( k(‘ts t( It ( arnon's home opener on ihe ik'w r(*d turi .igainst I .)s| ( entr.ll go on Scile \Vednes(la\ All tit k I'ts ,ire (ill s.tle at the ( AihletK ( )tti( e trom H-1 i ; U) and 1 -4 p.m. on VVední'sd.n and Thursdav, and H .i.m, to I p.rn on I ri-d.n. Pri( es .ir(' $(> tor adults ,Hid $ 5 tor sitjflt'nis, ,ind .ill ti( kets ate L’ arlmis S|( 111 All tu kets ,)t tlie gate ar(> Smithson Valley Pieiale ti( k('ts lor tlu* Smitlison V'.ille\ \ s. I arcnlo United g.irne at K.tnger Stadium <ire tri)in 8 I 1 a.m. .it the SVI IS 1 K'ld f louse and 11: SO a.m to I p.m. at th(' Smithson V'.illey t.ili'ttTi.i on I liursdav .111(1 I rid.ix. Keseaed tic kets are $7, gen .idmission adiill ti( k(Ms .ire S() ,ind siudents ar(> $ 5. All ti( kets ,ii ih(‘ gatt' ar(' sr’. Canyon Lake High School ! i( kels lor ( an\on Lake's n ),id g.ime .igains! I ,i Vernia .ir<‘ .iv.iil.ible Iroin 8:50 ,i.m. to 1 p.m .it tlu' ( arnon I .ik(‘ Athletu ()tti( and <it tlie ( .iU'teri.i Irom 11: iO <i.m, to I: )0 p.m.;Pr(*sak' tu kets are tor adults <md $ 5 ior students. All ti( kets are $() al the gale. ► TEXAS LOTTERY PICK 3 (8/30) Day 3-2-4 Night 5-7-7 DAILY 4 (8/30) Day 3-4-4-2 loiuhV Night 1-3-2-9 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $23 million 12-14-25-26-36-46 (8/27) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot; $22 million 3-15-22-25-29-52    (8/24) MEGA MILLIONS (8/30) 2-22-25-28-50 MB 18 Megaplier: 4 TEXAS TWO-STEP (8/29) 4 11-16-25 BB: 27 CASH FIVE (8/30) 4-14-21-32-37 POWERBALL (8/27) 2-12-25-54-58 PB: 14 Power Play: 3 U\URAMcKENZIEiHHral(i ZeitiKig Smithson Valley's Nina Mody-Bailey right, had 11 kills against San Antonio MacArthur on Tuesday night MAC DOWNS SV Lady Brahmas rally to beat Rangers By Chris Hoffman itte Herald Zeitung SPRING BRANCH Fver\thing looked good at the start tor the Smithson Valley voi leyball t(vim. Hk' I .idv Rangers c ruised to ,i n (Msy tirst-game vie tor\ against Ant( )iiio Ni.u Arthur. But tlu'n th(' wheels tell oft, .is the I ady Bramas rattled otf three straight wins to IxMt Smithson V.ille\ I v2S, 2S I 2")-20, 20 in .1 non-distri( I g.ime on Tues^ d.iy night. "W(' got satisti('d with winning game' one, and we (|uit pl.iying," Smithson Valley ( o.k h 1 ian.i ( )omb('it said. "I'm r('.illy dis.ip-point('d. We dirln't play lik(' Kang('rs tonight. We didn't pl.iy h.ird. "And we're going to addrc'ss that." Nin.i Mofly B.iiley led the 1 .idv K.ingi'rs with I I kills, ini luding lour in the o()(Miing ganuv whu h s.iw the Smithson Valiev trout liiu' pl.i\(‘rs domin.itf' the net. Mat Arthur lound its rin lhm in ( Kime 2, when tlu'y stre.iked out lo .1 7-1 le<ul .111(1 nevi'r trailt'd ('X( ept l)\ a [)oinl in (i.ime 4 tlu‘ enlirt' night. Allison (iron.i 10 kills .ind ihrc'e blo( ks, whik' Allison Met k <■1 .idd('d 21 assists tor the I .id\ Rangers. RSCHER Canyon Lake 3, SA Cornerstone 0 Kati('Willi.ims had 12 kills and M.iriss.i I llis .idd(‘d 20 assists to lead ( .invon I .ik(> to ,i 2.')-l 4, 2()-24, 2') -17 win ovt'r Antonio ( ornt'rstone on Tuesday. New Braunfels 3, SA Reagan 2 Ang(‘la low.ik had I S kills .ind lessK a Waldrip .iddinl 47 assists to l(>ad New Braunlels to a 2.')-20, 2^2S, 2()-24, 21 2S, IS-10 win ovt'r .Antonio on Itu'sday night. I )aniell.i had M digs and Nek.i ( up[)etilli added fivt' bliH ks lor tlu' I .idy Uni( orns. Canyon 3, San Marcos 0 k.itae Strobos 1 1 kills and |.iv( I (livens finished with 2 i .issists to It'.id ( .invon to .i 2S-18, 2") 2 1, 2S-10 win ovt'r Mar tos on Tuesday. Senior Kristina K(‘yes addt'd six kills for the Oiugarc'ttes. TENNIS New Braunfels 19, San Marcos 0 Hunter lohnson <ind Kelli Hint* U‘d the New Br.iunfels tennis team to a 19-0 swt'ep ov('r San ()s in <1 non-dislritt mat( h on Tuesd.iy, 3ig 12 looking at A&M replacements Hurricane players must sit out games By Kristie Rielten The Associated Press The Big 12 board ot diretlors has lormed <i (ommittec' to look .it possible r(‘pl,K emenis for Texas A^M if th(‘ Aggies l(Mve th(* le.igue as ('xpet It'd. Missouri C'h.iiuellor Br.uly De.iton, wlio serves as the lioiirrl ( h.iirman, s.lid Tu('sday that th(‘ ((jmmittee tould also address tiu' possibility of (“xpanding the t onferent c (‘ven if Texas A&M slays put. Deaton said the Big 12 board has not rtneived notitii ation the Aggu^s plan to leav(\ Tlie Aggu's h.ivt* s.iid thi'y are inti'rt'sted in joining the Southeastern ( on-fer('iH(‘ and they r<'( ('iv(‘d a k'tter from Big 12 ( om missioner Beelu' on Monday outlining th(‘ willuTrawal protedurc iri( luding " provisions," f)resumably exit fees — if they go. Texas AcS.M s[)ok('sman lason Cook would not (irovide any other details of the letter or tornment on what Ac‘<<M's next step might be. CORAL GABLES, Ra.(AP) The NC AA ruled lues-diiy eight Miami players must sit out gamt's and re[).iy benefits in orck'r to |)lay lor the Hurri( anes .»gam. Sl.irting f|uarterback kuorv Harris and four other pl.iyers must sit out one ganu' and make re[>ay-ment. Olivier Vemon will miss six games and ref)ay $1,200. Kay Ray Armstrong and Dyron Dye will sit out four games. Mart us Korston Sean Spent (', Atlt wik ()jt)mo anti Iravis Bt*njamin will sit t)ut one game. The suspensions are largely tht* result of allegations matle by former booster Nevin Shapirt) to YahfK) Sptirls lor a story. Shapirt), a tonvitlt'tl Ptinzi St heme art hitet t, said ht‘ enlerlaint'fl ¡)layers at his ${) mi 11 it >n home, tt)t)k them tt) tlinners .intl handt'd t>ut casli prizt's at bt)wling lt)urnaments. He a 1st) saitl he ttnik players It) strip t lubs and tfial he gave a former Miami athletic tle|)arlment employt'e mt>ney to enter-l.iin a grt)up on a recruiting visit. THE EXTRA POINTSmithson Valley's Alison Salmon FAN ZONK PREP SCHEDULES CANYON Friday's Gamst FOOTBALL vs East Central, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL: vs NBHS, 7 p m. Saturday't Gam« CROSS COUNTRY: at Lockhart, 8 a m CANYON LAKE Thursday, Aug 25 VOLLFYBALL: at San Marcos tourney, TBA Friday's Games FOOTBALL at La Vernia. 7 30 p m VOllEYBALL at San Marcos toiirnev, TBA Saturday's Game VOl LEYBALL: at San Marcos tourney, TBA NEW BRAUNFELS Thursday's Game VOLLEYBALL: at Hays tourney, TBA Frida/s Games FOOTBALL: at Clemens, 7 30 p.m VOLLEYBALL at Hays tourney, TBA Saturday's Game CROSS COUNTRY at Lockhart, 8 a m SMITHSON VALLEY Friday's Games FOOTBALL vs Laredo Untied, 7:30 p m VOLLEYBALL: at Churchill, 1 p.m Saturday's Game CROSS COUNTRY at Boenie Inv , 8 a m roD WS SCOHKS LANCE GLANCE Former Canyon High School standout Lance Berkman, now a nghtfielder with the St Louis Cardinals, was 0 for 4 m a 2 1 win vs the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday He IS batting    I 286 ' MLB STANDINGS National League East Division W L    Pet    GB Philadelphia    85 46    649 Atlanta    79 55    590    7 New York    64 69    481    22 Washington    63 70    474    23 FImida    60 74    448    26 Cen&al Division W L    Pet    GB Milwaukefi    81 55    596 St Louis    71 64    526    9 Cincinnati    67 68    496    13 Pittsburgh    62 73    .459    18 Chicago    58 11    430    22 Houston    46 90    338    35 West Division W L    Pet    GB Ari/ona    76 59    .563 San Francisco 71 64    526    5 Coloiado    64 71    474    12 Los Angeles    63 70    474    12 San Diego    60 75    444    16 Tuesday's Results Florida 6, N Y Mets 0 Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 0 Washington 9. Atlanta 2 Houston 8, Pittsburgh 2 St Louis 2, Milwaukee 1 Colorado at Arizona, late San Diego at L A Dodgers, late Chicago Cubs at San Francisco, late Today's Games San Diego (LeBlanc 2-3! at L A Dodgers {Lilly 8-131, 2 10 p in Chicago Cubs (R Lopez 4 5) at San Francisco (Bunigarnei 8 12), 2 45 p m Florida (Volstad 5 11 ) at N Y Mets (Capuano 10 II). 6:10 p m Philadelphia (CI.Lee 14 7) at Cincinnati (Willis 0-3), 6 10 p m, Washington (Lannan 8 10) at Atlanta ID Lowe 8-12), 6 10 p rn Pittsburgh (Ja McDonald 8-6) at Houston IHapp 4-15), 7 05 p rn St Louis (Westbrook 10-7) at Milwaukee (Wolf 11-8), 7 10 p.m. Colorado (Rogers 6-31 at Arizona (Collmenter 8-8), 8:40 p ni American League East Division W L    Pet GB 82 52    .612 81 52    609 73    61    ,545 9 67    68    4% 15 54 79    406 27 Central Division W L    Pet GB 74    61    548 68    65    .511 5 67 65    508 5/ 56 79    415 18 56 80    412 18 West Division W L    Pet GB Texas    77 59    .566 Los Angeles    72 62    .537 4 Oakland    60 75    444 16 Seattle    57 76    429 18 Boston New York Tampa Bay Toronto Baltimore Detroit Chicago Cleveland Minnesota Kansas City Tuesday's Results Detroit 2, Kansas City 1,10 innings Cleveland 6, Oakland 2 Baltiirioie 6, loronto 5, 10 innings r\l Y Yankees 5, Boston 2 Texas 2, Tampa Bay 0 Chicago White Sox 8, Minnesota 6 L A Angels at Seattle, late Today's Games Kansas City (FPaulino 2 6) at Detroit (Porcello 12-8), 12:05 p.m Minnesota (Diamond 0-2) at Chicago White Sox (Peavy 6-6), 1 10 p.m Oakland (Harden 4 2) at Cleveland (Jimenez 2 1), 6:05 p.m Toronto (H.AIvarez 0-2) at Baltimore (Jo Reyes 7 10), 6:05 p m N Y Yankees (RHughes 4 4) at Boston (Beckett 11-5), 6:10 p m Tampa Bay (Shields 12-10) at Texas (0gando 12 6),705p.m L A Angels (Haren 13 7) at Seattle (FHernandez 12-11), 9:10 p.m. SCORES, PHOTOS We want your scores and photos. 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