New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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(Events are listed according to timeliness and as space allows)
By TOM ERICKSON
Dan Treanor reacts to a putt on the 18th hole at Sundance Golf Course during Thursday’s final round of the New Braunfels Junior Golf Association championehip tournament
Canyon Cougar Football Camp will be offered to incoming seventh-, eighth-and ninth-graders July 21-24.
Registration is $20, which is payable to the Community Education Football Camp. Campers should bring a T-shirt, shorts, running shoes and something to eat and drink during the break, each day.
Non-oontact drills will be used to teach skills. Report to the weight room from 8 to 11:30 arn each day of the camp.
For more information, call Carl Gustafson at 629-1110.
HerakJ-Zetlung photo by Michael Camail
Unicorn Footboy Camp
New Braunfels High School will offer its Unicorn Football Camp for incoming students in grades seven, eight and nine from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 21-24 at Unicorn Stadium.
Registration is $35, and forms are available at Vivroux Sporting Goods and NBHS. Fa more infamation, call Tim Kingsbury at 625-5713.
Smithson Valley High School will conduct its annual Ranger Football Camp from 8:45 a.m. to noon July 21-25.
The camp is open to all students who will be in grades seven, eight and nine and are interested in playing football.
Registration is $30, and those not already enrolled may do so until the first day of camp. For more infamation, call 885-2376.
The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association Rangers under 12 team will conduct tryouts from 6 to 8 p.m. July 23-24 at the H-E-B Soccer Complex.
Players should bring their safety equipment and gather on field 13. Fa more infamation, call Luis Jaramillo at 625-6466.Pitching, defense help N.B. Blue win zone title
From staff reports
ors performed well.
“Both guys worked three good innings for us," he said. “Kyle began to get a bit tired, but Frankie then came in and threw really hard.”
N.B. Blue lead 3-2 after the First two innings and increased its advantage to 6-2 w ith three runs in the top of the third. N.B. Red countered with three runs in the bottom of the third, but couldn’t get any closer.
Ryan Werley, Jason Miori and Kevin Kelly all had two hits.
Kelly said his team s defense also helped at crucial points in the game.
“We got a really good defensive game from Kevin (Kelly) at shortstop and Ryan Werley had a great game at second base,” he said.
Good baseball teams rely on strong pitching and defense to be successful.
And last Saturday night, the New Braunfels Blue 12-year-old All-Stars used a little of both to win the North Zone title. N.B. Blue came out of the losers bracket, defeating the New Braunfels Red team twice before falling to Yoakum in Monday’s zone playoff.
Kyle Chandler and Frank Valadez split the pitching duties for N.B. Blue, each throwing three innings Chandler allowed Five runs oft* four hits, but Valadez was virtually untouchable, allowing no runs and two hits over the Final three frames.
Coach Mike Kelly said both pitch-
Sundance Golf Course will offer a shootout tournament on July 27. The event is set to begin at 2:30 p.m.
Call the pro shop at 629-3817 a 609-2595 fa more information.
Kevin Kelly, Dustin
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Ranger Girls’ Basketball Camp will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon July 28-31 at the Smithson Valley High School gym.
The camp is open to girls in grades seven, eight and nine. Registration is $30.
Participants will receive instruction on shooting, 1-on-1 offensive play and fast break skills. There will also be a competition at the end of the week.
Fa mae information a to register, Call Carolyn Ckodre at 904-7273 a 606-4669.Bruins win division title
The New Braunfels
Bruins, a 10-end-under baseball team made up of area players, recently completed fts 1997 season by winning the Willie Mays Division of the Baseball USA league in San Antonio. They earned a berth in the state playoffs in Fort Worth by virtue of their division title.FOA QoM Marathon
Sundance Golf Course is sponsaing a fund-raising event to benefit the New Braunfels Junia Golf Association and golf teams from local schools.
Sundance RGA golf pro Bill Halbert and selected junia golfers and coaching representatives from each of the local middle schools and high schools will attempt to play at least IOO holes of golf from dawn to dusk on Aug. 4.
The fund-raiser will compete with others nationwide with the junia golfing association that raises the most money receiving one free clinic by Tom Lehman, PGA tour pro and 1996 Player of the Year.
For more infamation and to make a donation, call Sundance at 629-3817.
IRVING (AP) — With Dallas
Cowboys training camp opening today in Austin, receiver Michael Irv in still isn’t saying if he’ll show up ch- not.
Irvin met with team owner Jerry Jones on Thursday but left Valley Ranch without comment.
The tonner All-Pro receiver, who has been contemplating retirement and has two years remaining in a five-year contract, was quoted in Thursday ’s Fort Worth Star-Telegram as saying he would return.
But Irvin called a Dallas radio station twice Thursday to angnly dispute the report and say he’s not ready to talk publicly about his plans.
Neither Jones nor Irvin discussed what they talked about in their mect-
“They had a good meeting and a lot of open dialogue took place,” team spokesman Rich DalrympleTurn to Irvin, Page 2BTurn to Prate Box, Page 2B