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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas •2 Golfers Per Cart •Not VM WUU Urn * In Am •Frias CLUB METAL MART METAL STRUCTURES ■■HEAVY-DUTY (ARAGE & SHOP U'IWIW SPECIAL OFFER Pre-engineered structures available for immediate delivery. • These buildings meet the Standard MBMA 20/25 loadings. • 8 ft. & 12 ft. Sidewall Height buildings available. • Use them for any type of storage, workshop or garage. PRICE INCLUDES;" • 26 ga Galvalumee - Roof, Walls & Trim • (1)8x8 Roll up door • (1) 3070 Walk door - screws, sealers, closures & erection drawings • Colors available at additional cost. Price does not include: delivery, foundation, anchor bolts, erection or sales tax. 20 YEAH    WARRANTY ON ALL SHEETS t TWM! 20 Yr Warranty on sheets and trim. 12737 MI East Sui Antonio • III WB MMT FREE! 8x8 Roll-up & Frame Packaging Kit (Value: $353.31)Sports Day Unicorns win ‘ugly’ at home By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor You take them any way you can get them in this district. The New Braunfels Unicorns know that for a fact. Plagued by their lowest scoring output of the season, the Unicorns used tenacious defense to get past the Hays Rebels 35-32 on Saturday at Unicom Gym. The win improved New Braunfels’ record to 12-15 overall and 4-3 in district and into a second-place tie with Smithson Valley in District 28-4A. “It was ugly,” said Unicom guard J.P.Wilkins. “That’s the only way to describe it. Both teams really had trouble scoring. It was a real defensive battle.” Both teams shot below 25 percent from the field. The Unicorns, who scored 80 points in a win over Lockhart on Tuesday, fell behind 7-4 in the first quarter but managed to take a 16-10 lead into the locker room. Aaron Moore, who finished with five steals, sparked the Unicom defense in the second quarter. C.J. Burden, a 6-8 post player, stifled the Rebels’ inside game with three blocked shots. The Unicorns remained in front throughout the second half, holding a four-point lead until the final minutes. Hays connected on a three-point basket with .09 seconds remaining. Mark Phair, who had four points, took a long inbound pass and scored a layup at the other end to seal the game. Ian Owens led the Unicorns with IO points and eight rebounds. Ray Chapa had seven. NBHS assistant coach Victor Sierra said the Unicorns offense struggled. “Hays ran a basic zone and some man defense,” Sierra said. “They played well but we just didn’t hit our shots. Fortunately our defense came through.” The Unicorns made 14 of 41 attempts from the field. “We feel lucky to come out of this one with a win,” said Wilkins who had four points. “We’re looking forward to playing Bastrop.” New Braunfels will face Bastrop on Tuesday at Unicom Gym. Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Aaron Moore sparked the Unicorns defense with five steals in a 35-33 win over Hays on Saturday.Hunters9 gallery Big 12 site nears final decision in Kansas By DOUG TUCKER AP Sports Writer KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — People hoping the new Big 12 Conference would sdt up headquarters in Kansas City braced today for bad news. During a conference call today, Big 12 presidents were expected to review reports by professional consultants and take a final vote between Kansas City and Dallas. Kansas City’s package was acknowledged to be richer than Dallas’ when bids were given to a meeting of the presidents on Nov. 30. Many Kansas City backers, however, believe their best chance of keeping the conference postseason basketball tournament was to let Dallas have the headquarters. “If I were one of the college presidents, I’d think we made quite obviously a superior bid,” said Gil Bourke, cochairman of Kansas City’s Big 12 retention committee. “I wouldn’t know how my associates and I could turn them down. But then I am also a realist and I recognize there are political issues I am probably not completely apprised of.” The Big 12 will begin competition next August and has already signed football television contracts worth more than $100 million. The 12 presidents had already been given copies of a report by Arthur Andersen consultants on the bids. “I have not asked people for their reaction to the information, and I'm not going to until tomorrow,” said Iowa State president Martin Jischke, chairman of the Big 12 CEOs. “I honestly do not know how the CEOs are reacting to it.” Locating the headquarters turned out to be one of the most nettlesome decisions Big 12 schools have faced since February 1994, when the Big Eight linked up with Southwest Conference members Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor and Texas Tech. Since then, they have hammered out revenue-sharing plans, resolved a bitter dispute over academics, separated their schools into two divisions and voted to put a conference football championship game in St. Louis. MEMBER 1996 TA TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATIONCALL I -800-677-251 6 Above, tw4lve-year-dtd Chris WomrmS^'0 Braunfels shot this 10-point buck on a ranch in Comal County. Right, Tammy Wright of Now Braunfels ahot a nine-point buck while hunting recently in Lampasas County. You’re Invited To A Family Affair Fund Raiser for Max Wommack, Candidate for Sheriff of Coma I County Pinner and Music by Sunday Feb. 11, 2-6 p.m. Sol me City Limits “My commitment is to serve you honestly,    4455    FM 452 actively, and without indifference”    Donation:    Adults $7.00 Children $3.00 Paid political announcement A J. Seelhammer Treasurer Submitted photo Melba “Hoppie” Garcia, shot this eight-point buck which had a 171/2-inch spread. The deer was taken on the Preusser Ranch in Fischer.Winter Special$2018 Holes Weekdays $2518 Holes Weekends/Holidays Indudes Cart & green fee • Add Applicable Sales Ta* ~rr—NJORTHCL] A. fGOLF COUNTRY Greot fun for Little Leoguers, Softball players, Boseboll enthusiasts who like to 899-2345 keep in shope and hove fun. 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