New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 22, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
10 A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Sunday, Jan. 22, 1995
Sports DayFishing lure and trailer device among best new products
With boat show season upon us, it is time to see what’s new for 1995.
Fishing tackle, boat and motor dealers and many others exhibit each year to show off their products to the consumer. This is a great opportunity to get a quick education for manufacturers of these products.
I've just returned from a show in Dallas where a couple of items caught my attention.
The Trailer Boot, manufactured by Boulder Products of Arlington is a locking device for trailer wheels to prevent theft.
It appears to be similar to The Club, which is used on automobile steering wheels to prevent the wheel from turning. The Trailer Boot is adjustable and will fit any size trailer wheel and retails for under $100. Boulder Products phone number is 817-640-7050.
Another new item is the HullSavr, which is a portable ramp for the bow of a boat.
About the size of a brief case, this item unfolds to rest on the ground, allowing the bow of a boat to rest on a carpeted support rather than the bottom. It will save the bottom of your boat, says the manufacturer, A&B Manufacturing Co., phone number 1-800-305-0342.
I didn’t see any new lures that caught my eye, but without a, doubt, the hottest big bass lure on the market right now is the AC Plug by Arbogast. On Lake Fork alone, over 30 bass over IO pounds have fallen victim to this lure in the first 2 weeks of January.
Reports from AC Pluggers on Rayburn, Toledo Bend, Choke Canyon, and Falcon are almost as impressive. For more information on the AC Plug, contact Fred Arbogast Lure Co., at 214-424-5585 or check with your local tackle dealer.
(Keith Warren is the host of The Texas Angler television show which broadcasts state-wide. Catch The Texas Angler on Sunday mornings at 11:30 and Friday mornings at 10:30 on HSE.)
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Comal bowl results
Take Stock In America
Comal Bowl High Scores for Week of Jan. 9-15 WOMEN:
Sharon Vazquez, 583/216; Debbie Kraft, 581/221; Ginny Olson, 577/230; Carol Franz. 545/202; Barbara Maly, 540/204; Carol Franz. 540/192; Carol Fugett, 527/180; Joan Slocum Hannan, 526/212; Carol Franz, 522/214; Lillie Renken, 519/218; Betty Harmon, 512/215; Carol Fugett. 512/180; Sandy Marcum, 504/202; Cary Weldy, 501/193; Carol Fugett 499/179; Betty Jo Sitterle, 493/187; Joyce Reaves, 489/193; Patsy Chenowith, 488/171; Becky Doeppenschmidt, 486/215; Martha Richter, 485/; LuLu Salge, 460/192; Jo Zipp, /233.
Melba Kraft, 568/208; Joni Leary, 561/191; Agnes McFarland, 535/212; Darlene Minor, 529/187; Millie Beck, 495/189.
Donnie Fox, 751/269; David Midkiff, 713/286; Thomas Stange, 711/256; Jerry Garrison, 698/248; Terry McFarland, 698/237; Bill Smeal, 671/257; Michael Cordova, 653/223; Bill Smeal, 650/; Mike Franco, 637/233; Bill Paulzak, 633/249; Red Fugett, 611/224; Curtis Small, 593/237; Dennis Schumann, 582/213; Elroy Jentsch, 579/208; Jay Oates, 571/246;
NB Unicorns get second at home tourney
From staff reports
George Lombardo, 565/225; Red Fugett 548/210; Forrest Hild, 518/; Brent Borgfeld, /290; Chris Laidley, /265; Ron Bueche, /239; Martin Franz, /223.
Walt Wieding, 709/280; Walt Wieding, 681/256; David Albrecht, 602/221; Roy McFarland, 571/210; Jim McCoubrey, 563/; Maxwell Case,/220.
Katie Faust, 481/175; Jennifer Morgan, 474/175; Jimmy Olson (16 years old!), 710/274; Tim Sisak, 613/219.
The New Braunfels boys' soccer team took second place at Friday and Saturday at its home tournament.
The Unicorns beat Bastrop 5-1 and Del Rio 4-0 Friday before losing to Donna 2-0 in the championship game on Saturday.
Round Rock McNeil took third place with a 3-0 victory over Bastrop.
Steven Rodriguez and Omar Hernandez led the scoring attack for the Unicorns during the tournament.
Kyle Reneau also contributed to the offense.
The Unicorns are coming off injunes. Enc Kennedy, who hurt his ankle and Marco Sanchez who has not played since last week were key injunes.
New Braunfels plays Canyon on Tuesday.
New Braunfels' Toby Baker (5) weaves his way into the clear during action Friday night against Del Rio at the Unicorn Tournament
Herald-Zeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY
Rangerettes halt Lockhart
By THOMAS GODLEY
The Smithson Valley Rangerettes used a silting second half to hold the district's sconng leader in check and pull out a 60-49 win over Lockhart Friday.
"The score showed an eleven-point game but it was a lot tougher than that,” Rangerette coach Carolyn Ckodre said.
Kara Warchol led Smithson Valley with 16 points. Amy Brown added ll and Andrea Kennedy had nine The Lady Lions' lop scorer, Edwina Brown had 22 points in the first half but was limited to only IO in the second as Rangerette Dusti Daniel applied tough defensive pressure
We went lo box-in-one and Dusti really frustrated Edwina," Ckodre said. "She wasn't missing in the first half but we shut her down in the second half She didn t score any points in the third quarter."
Smithson Valley was behind 33-32 at the halt but surge back to take the lead 42-37 at the end of the third penod.
IJie Rangerettes flailed in 40 rebounds and shot 42 percent from the field for the night.
Eight of the rune players who suited up for Smithson Valley look part in the sconng.
The win puts Rangerettes dislnct record at 3-2 and keeps them in the hunt for a playoff spot The team is IO-11 overall They have a tough race ahead as they next face Bastrop (4-0) on the road Tuesday night
"I think we're still alive in district and have a shot at it if we play hard," Ckodre said " The key for us is lo cut down on turnovers If we can do that, I feel we can he there at the end. "
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