New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Caught in Webb
Jantoa Martin shot this nlna-polnt buck In Webb County, on Lundall'a Cancha Ranch. Th# buck had a 171/2" spread and walghod 112 pounds.
: Tart Mund shot this 10-polnt buck at tho John Mlckssh Ranch. It had ovsr a 19" spread.
:■ BASEBALL: Babe Ruth League begins registration
;• Registration for the 1994 New Braunfels Babe Ruth Baseball League will be held at the Babe Ruth held in Camp Comal Park, from loll on Feb. 19 and 26.
V Leagues are offered in four age groups: 13-year old (Prep); 13-15; 16 (Prep); and 16-18. Each age group has a tournament schedule leading to the World Series. Player's age on July 31 determines his age group.
Players age 13 and 16 can play in both leagues in their age group (13 Prep and 13-15; 16 Prep and 16-18).
The Prep leagues give them experience before joining the older players.
Babe Ruth also allows players to compete in other programs at the same time.
To register, bring the player's birth certificate and the *25 registration fee.
For more information, call Frank Gomez at 625-3627 or Davis Jackson at 629-6536.
■ Canyon High School to hold Alumni Game
Canyon High School invites all former baseball letterman and Canyon exes to participate in an alumni game Feb. 19 at the high school.
The game is set for 5 p.m., and bst-
a cages will be available for bat-practice at 3 p.m. There will be a afterward.
more information, call Ralph Behrend at Canyon High School at 625-6251.
■ NBSA to hold organization-
The New Braunfels Softball Association will have its organizational Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. at Whole Sale Beers, 1509 Interstate 35 North. This will be the annual business meet-
ill for the election of officers and policy making.
New registration forms will be distributed to all manages. League play is scheduled to begin the week of March 14 for women, coed, church and men. AQ those interested in adult softball ase invited to attend.
■ NBGSA still looking for signups
The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association still is looking for girls interested in playing T-Ball and slow-pitch softball, ages 15-16, and 17-18.
Teams from Schertz, Universal Qty, Randolph AFB and Marion are looking for teams out of our city in the 15-16 and 17-18 division.
lf your are not ready to hang up your cleats, then we want you. Postseason play is available in these divisions at the region and state level.
Fa more information, please contact Dennis Haworth at 625-7912 or 629-5305. Registration will continue at Vivroux Spotting Goods next to K-Mart. The city is full of talented softball players and they deserve to be represented. Come sign up.
■ FOOTBALL: Coaches wanted for Adult League team
A football team based in New Braunfels is looking for coaches. The team is part of a four-team adult football league, which will play teams from Seguin, San Marcos and San Antonio during its football season, which begins this fall. Games will be on Saturdays. Fa more information, call Mark after 5 pm. at 629-5616.
■ TENNIS: Parks and Rec offering spring tennis lessons
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Office offers both group and private tennis lessons. Youth 12-and-over are after school. Adult clinics arc held every Thursday at 9 a m. Private lessons are available on weekdays.
For more information, call 625-6411.
■ RUNNING: Blue Norther Duathlon set for March
The Blue Norther Duathlon is scheduled for March 6 at 8 am. It is a 3.1 mile run. Fa more information, contact race dirccta Eva Tamehill at (210) 303-0322.
Those wishing to add a Sports Bulletin should mail the bulletin to 707 Landa St, New Braunfels,
Texas, 78130, or fax it to (210) 625-1224.
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TOSCA AU Star game set
Judson’s Wacker to coach South
From staff reports_
HOUSTON - Although football playoffs are now a memory and basketball season is approaching its end, Texas' top high school basketball and football players still have one more big game left to play -during the McDonald's All Star Games.
The McDonald's restaurant owners of Texas, in conjunction with the Texas High School Coaches Association (TOSCA), have announced the return of the McDonald's All Star Games July 25 and 26. This year's games will move to Houston, with the basketball game scheduled for Hofheinz Pavilion on foe University af Houston campus and the football contest in the Astrodome.
In addition, the TOSCA has named its selection for the McDonald's All Star coaches. Fa the basketball game, the North squad will be led by Dan Hemrick of Canyon High School in Canyon, while Mike Wacker of Converse Judson High School in San Antonio will head up the South team. The North football team will be coached by Stephenville High School's Ait Briles and Scott Phillips of Waxahachie will command the South team.
Wacker is no stranger to the all star games. He played on the South team in 1980. He went on to lead the University of Texas to a 14-0 start, resulting in a No. 5 national ranking in 1981 and the school's best showing to date.
He spent five years as an assistant coach at Southwest Texas State University before moving on to Judson, where he has taken the Rockets to the state playoffs fa the past three years. This past year, Judson ezgoycd its best season in school history, ending the season with a 34-4 record.
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