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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas BEST AVA&AUS COPY Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, January 29, 2003 f," C; » *Sports Shorts►NBHS Booster Club’s ‘Meet the Uniconis’ The New Braunfels All Sports Booster Club hosts “Meet the Unicorns for the Spring Sports” at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6 in the New Braunfels High School Cafeteria. The sports that are going to be recognized are boys and girls Basketball, swimming, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls track, softball, baseball and golf. For information, call 627-6000.►SVHS junior varsity boys soccer The Smithson Valley junior varsity boys soccer team hosted the Marshall Rams this past week and held on for a 1-0 victory. At the 14:24 mark Nolan Campbell scored for the Rangers in the first half. The second half the Rangers had a super save by Kevin Kahn on a Marshall penalty kick. Saturday the Rangers went to San Antonio to play the Central Catholic Buttons in the freezing rain and came away with a 2-0 win. In the first half Andrew Sendejo scored on a penalty kick. In the second half the Rangers scored when Gerston Reyes passed to Joe Ermis for the second Ranger goal. Kahn recorded his second shutout in a week for the Rangers.►NBHS junior varsity gds basketball The New Braunfels junior varsity girls basketball team defeated Lake Travis 38-29 jfnd Bastrop 65-28 this past week. Katharien Reynolds stepped to lead the Unicorns with 14 points against Lake TYavis. Michelle Zientek led all scorers with 18 points against Bastrop and swiped ll steals. Reynolds added 14 points and Savanah Barboza chipped in 15 points and grabbed IO rebounds. Kelly Heinbaugh also had eight points and eight rebounds.COUGARS/From 7A During the 60th minute in the second half, Canyon’s Juan Sanchez fined up for a free kick just outside the East Central goalie’s box. Sanchez’ low ground ball kick split four East Central defenders and scooted past goalkeeper Joseph Panzarella. ‘I just took the ball and shot it. I was thinking I was going to score before I shot it, and then the ball just went in,” Sanchez said. Sanchez’ goal gave the Cougars a shot in the arm as they obviously started playing more aggressively and with more energy. But, Cougars could not penetrate East Central’s defense again. “We played really bad today. We need to win more 50-50 balls and just play smarter,” Sanchez said. In the closing minutes, Canyon had three opportunities to score but did not capitalize. With 4:30 remaining in the game, Ryan Thomason made a header pass to Sanchez in the front of the goal, but Sanchez’ shot on goal from five yards away sailed high. With a little more than three minutes to play in the game, Bryan Jonas rocketed a shot from more than 30 yards out, but Panzarella made a nice diving save to his left. Less than a minute later, Dylan Matelske crossed a nice pass from right to left and Panzarella was caught out of position when he dived for the ball and missed. Andrew Ayala was open for the shot; but the pass rolled just out of his reach uncontested. “The second half I thought we dominated possession. We definitely had more shots, but we missed three opportunities at the end where we should’ve scored,” Rush said. “Juan (Sanchez) probably should’ve scored on his second chance at a goal, (Bryan) Jonas had a good opportunity and Dylan Matelske made a good cross that Andrew Ayala should’ve gotten to.” The Cougars (7-5 overall, 1-1 in District 25-4A), who defeated Wimberley this past Friday 11-0, played Tuesday’s game without three starters (two for cards, one of an injury), including the team’s leading scorer Zeb Vick-nair. Rush said he expects to get Vicknair and Kevin Kelly, who has missed the past three games with a sprained ankle, back on Friday. The Cougars play at 6:45 p.m. Friday in Fredericksburg. ‘I don’t know if we’re where we need to be yet. I think we’re still a few steps away from there,” Rush said. “We’ve got IO more district games, and hopefully we don’t hurt ourselves in the process.”Game Time ► On TV Men s College Basketball North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 6 p.m. on ESPN. Pro Basketball San Antonio Spurs at Indiana Pacers, 6 p.m. on KR RT. Dallas Mavericks at Houston Rockets, 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. on ESPN. Billiards WPBA National Championships Semifinal, 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. on ESPN2. Pro Hockey Toronto Maple Leafs at Carolina Hurricanes, 6:30 p.m. and 3 a.m. on ESPN2. Calgary Flames at Dallas Stars, 7:30 p.m. on FXSN. Snowboarding Big Air, 2 p.m. on ESPN.NB boys basketball team falls 73-51 to Del Valle From staff reports DEL VALLE — The New Braunfels boys basketball team lost 73-51 to Del Valle Tuesday night. Leading 16-13 through the first quarter, the Cardinals outscored the Unicorns 21-8 in the second quarter to take a 37-21 lead at halft im*. “The second quarter was obviously the determining factor in the game," New Braunfels head coach Victor Sierra said. “We just had too many turnovers in the second quarter that led to some easy baskets for them.” Del Valle outscored New Braunfels 22-12 in the third quarter before the Unicorns put up 18 points in the fourth quarter. Greg Winters led the Unicorns with 24 points, Jeff Moore added eight points and Jose Bustos contributed eight points. New Braunfels (17-9 overall, 2-6 in District 25-4A) plays Lockhart at 7:30 p.m. Friday at home.► SVHS boys The Smithson Valley boys basketball team lost 81-61 to Highlands Tuesday at home. Erie Icke poured in a team-high 30 points, Chase Johnson put up ll and Josh Gregory had nine. The Rangers (4-22 overall, 0-6 in District 27-5A) host Harlandale at 7:45 p.m. Friday. 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The Cougarettes, who were off Tuesday night, can still finish the district season tied for third place if they win their remaining two games (Lake Travis at home Friday and at Bastrop Feb. 4) and Del Valle loses its remaining two games. A tie for third would force a third-place playoff game because the two teams split during the regular season. Canyon defeated Del Valle during the second round of district play 79-54 and lost to Del Valle 56-52 back on Dec. 13 in Del Valle. ;