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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, July 7, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A MANDY REARY/Herald-Zeitung Canyon Lake's Damian Crafton (21) looks for the ball at second base as Seguin Black's Chris Martinez (1) slides into the bag during Canyon Lake's 18-8 Juniors baseball win. NBH CONTINUED FROM Page 6A NB teams rack up wins over Seguin Canyon Lake in a winner’s bracket game Wednesday night. New Braunfels’ Senior allstars, which lost to Seguin 10-8 late Tuesday, advanced on a forfeit because LaVer-nia failed to field a squad for its Tuesday game against Yoakum. NB will play tonight against the loser of Wednesday’s Lockhart-Yoakum winner’s bracket contest. New Braunfels extracted some satisfaction against Seguin with a 19-0 victory in the 11-year-old division. NB Reds James McArthur went the distance to help lead his team past Seguin 8-3 in the Major League bracket. In another Majors game, NB Blue became the first team eliminated from a tournament following its 6-1 loss to Canyon Lake. Three NBIX softball teams are also playing tournament ball this week. The 9-10 year-old team played in Luling Wednesday and two Major League teams were to begin play in Hallettsville today. Juniors Canyon Lake 18, Seguin Black 8 At NBLL, Canyon Lake scored multiple runs in every frame to coast to an easy win over Seguin. It scored six runs in the second, four in the third and added five more in the fourth. Canyon Lake finished with IO hits. A.J. Martinez started, Dillon Edwards hurled three frames of middle relief and Patrick Alvarado closed out the win for the Red and Blue. Jacob Gillette was among the leaders at the plate with a bases-clearing triple in the second. Canyon Lake will play the winner of Wednesday’s late NB Red-Seguin Gold game at 8 p.m. Friday. 11-year-olds New Braunfels 19, Seguin 0 SEGUIN — Tanner Hill tossed a no-hitter, facing one batter over the minumum for 3 1/2 innings as New Braunfels made a statement to the other teams in this division. “Every kids got at least one base hit, and we finished with 15 in all,” said proud coach Jeff Dees. “We definitely have a good team, and if the kids keep playing like this, good things will happen.” New Braunfels scored six runs in the first and seven in the second to all but end it. It didn’t commit an error in the game. Hill allowed three walks, hut two of those runners were thrown out trying to steal second base. New Braunfels will face LaVernia in the second round tonight at 8 p.m. Tuesday 9-10-year-olds NB 13, Seguin 3 LULING — Hank Silva went the distance on the mound, scattering six hits for New Braunfels, which got a lot of offensive support from I lunter Coronado, Clay I Inward, Colton Saunderson and Anthony Corona in a runaway win. New Braunfels scored four runs in the fourth and added another five in the fifth to send Seguin into the loser’s bracket. New Braunfels will play the Game 2 winner Friday night at 6 p.m. Seguin will play the Game 2 loser in an elimination game Saturday night at 8 p.m. We're focused on reliability. / PEC is constantly working to keep your lights on. We use the latest technology and equipment, including mobile transformers, to keep electricity flowing during emergepcies or scheduled maintenance. At PEC, we are doing what it takes to improve reliability. Astros lose Pettitte, but win game HOUSTON (AP) — Andy Pettitte won despite an elbow problem, and the surging Astros beat slumping San Diego 5-4 Wednesday night. The Astros have won seven of eight and San Diego has lost nine of 14. Houston got to All-Star Jake Peavy for three runs ROGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Ai ba izes for his ehavior accordingly,” Rogers said. “In this instance, I failed miserably.” Arlington    police spokesman Christy Gilfour said Wednesday that Rodriguez and David Mam-meli, a Fox Sports Southwest photographer who was first in the first inning on run-scoring singles by Lance Berkman and Adam Everett and an RBI double by Morgan Ensberg. Pettitte (6-7) came out after five innings because of tightness in his left arm and is day to day. He allowed three hits and left with a 3-1 lead. Dan shoved but not injured, had filed assault reports. No charges were filed, but Gilfour said Rogers would likely be issued a Class C citation for shoving Mammeli, a citation usually mailed to suspects and punishable by a fine of $500 or less. Since Rodriguez was injured, that could be a Class A misdemeanor and remained under investigation, Gilfour said. That would be punishable by a fine up to $4,000, up to a year in jail, or both. Wheeler got his third save. Houston’s Craig Biggio had an RBI double that pushed him past Roberto Alomar for 50th on the career hits list with 2,725. Peavy (7-3) allowing five runs and 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings. “I should have acted professionally, and I regret that was not the case," Rogers said. “I’m deeply disappointed and embarrassed in myself. ... This incident was completely out of character, and I think without question you know that it will never happen again.” Rogers, scheduled to pitch Saturday at home against Toronto, said he had apologized personally to teammates and looked forward to doing the same with Rodriguez and Mammeli. Clearance Sale 10% - 30% OFF ENTIRE STORE Antiques, Collectables, Gifts, Candles, Jewelry, Furniture & just plain interesting stuff Great finds for people on your gift list! Best Prices in Town! • Wed. - Sat. 10am - 5pm • Sun. lpm - 4pm 1305 W. San Antonio St. • New Braunfels, TX 78130 Across from New City Bakery & Daniels Mexican Restaurant 830-626-7744 PEDERNALES ELECTRIC your Power Professionals f*8 8 8 *5 5 474*7 3 2 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING COMAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT BUDGET The Comal Appraisal District will hold a public hearing on the proposed budget for the 2006 fiscal year. The public hearing will be held on Monday, July 18, 2005, at 5:30 p.m. A summary of the appraisal district budget is as follows: • The total amount of the proposed budget is $1,470,174.05. • The total amount of the increase over the current year's budget is $84,584.19. • The number of employees compensated under the proposed budget will be 21 (full time equivalent). • The number of employees compensated under the current budget is 20. The appraisal district is supported solely by payments from the local taxing units served by the appraisal district. If approved by the appraisal district board of directors at the public hearing, this proposed budget will take effect automatically unless disapproved by the governing bodies of the county, school district, cities, and towns served by the appraisal district. A copy of the proposed budget is available for public inspection in the office of each of those governing bodies. A copy is also available for public inspection at the appraisal district office. COMAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT 178 EAST MILL STREET, SUITE IGI NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 78130 New Braunfels (830) 625-8597 Canyon Lake/Bulverde 885-4975 Garden Ridge/S.A. (830) 606-1407 99RL6M ;