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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas ?*» n    *1    Fridwy,    Jure    VJ,    1S37 -—- Press ^    '- *-mrnmmf- - Comal County Sports and eight who want to improve their performance in strength, speed, power and agity. Dan BurK a certified strength and coxjitiontng specialist and USWF Level One Olympic weightlifting coach, wrtl lead the camp. The registrabon fee is $20. For more information or to register, call Burk at 625-6251 or 620-7634. Sundance Golf Course will sponsor a Junior Clinic and Camp for golfers 10 years and older June 16-20. Sessions will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. each day. Can Sundance at 629-3817 for more information. The San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department wilt sponsor Men s and Women’s 35 and Over and Men's 6-foot and Over Basketball Leagues this summer. The entry fee is $200 per team. Each team must be registered by June 20 and attend a managers meeting at 6:30 p.m. on June 25 at the San Marcos Activity Center For more information, call (512) 393-8400. San Marc pi Ruffes Summer The San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed Volleyball Leagues this summer. The entry fee is $75 per team. Each team must register by June 20 and attend a managers meeting at 6:30 p.m. on June 25 at the San Marcos Activity Center. For more information, call (512) 393-8400. Coots Light Summor Slam The 1997 Coots Light Summer Sam softball tournament will be on June 21 at the Seguin Softball Complex in Seguin. Men’s Class D teams with one designated home run hitter are welcome to participate. Registration is $100 per team and the deadline for registrations is at 5 p.m. on June 18. Prizes will be awarded to both teams and the tournament s MVP and Gold Glove winner. For more information, call 625-7949 or (210) 667-1848. lion, call (512) 245-2587. QMS* Basketball Camp Girts' Basketball Camp for incoming NBISD students in third- through eighth-grades is set for June 23-26 at New Braunfels High School. Sessions will run in the gym from 9 a.m. to noon each day. The registration deadline is May 30, but participants may also register at the first day of camp. The registration fee is $50, and a T-shirt is included with each early registration. Contact your corresponding school for registration forms, or call Larry Schulte at 625-6271 or 62^-0861. toiOiwst Ttxas Stat# T Bar M Tennis Ranch offers day tennis camps throughout the summer for all ages and abilities. AH camps are open to the public. For more information, call Paul Demanski at 629-0439. The New Braunfels Volleyball Camp, open to incoming students in grades seven and eight, will be conducted from 8 to 11:30 am. from June 30 to July 3 at New Braunfels High School. The camp will be led by New Braunfels Middle School coach Claudia Lee, who has 10 years of coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level. Camp participants should wear court shoes and bring knee pads. Tuition fa the camp is $40. Payment may be made to NBISD Community Education, 430 W. Mill St. For more information, call 620-6200. QoN Court* • Shootout Sundance Golf Course and Guliett/Newton will sponsor The Shortgame Shootout, benefiting The Hummel Museum, on July 11. Two-person teams will compete on an 18-hole course consisting of uphill, downhill, sand and approach shots of 100 yards of less. Fa more information, catt the pro shop at 629-3817. Unicorn roothui Camp New Braunfels High School will offer its Unican Football Camp fa incoming students in grades seven, eight and nine from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 21-24 at Unican Stadium. Registration is $35, and tams are available at Vivroux Sporting Goods and NBHS. Fa mae information, call Tim Kingsbury at 625-5713.    >: SVHS Ranger airts’ Basketball Camp 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 pa person. 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 infarction a to register, Call Carolyn Ckodre at 904-7273 a 606-4669 “W De Atule warn I OUI el Soccer Anociation The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association is accepting registrations fa the upcoming season at Vivroux Sporting Goods. The league is open to all children who are at least 4 years old by July 31. Fa mae infarction, call 606-1547. H-Z The football staff at Southwest Texas State University will offer a football camp fa kids ages 8 to 13 June 23-25. The three-day camp begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. each day. Each day is highlighted by coaching from the Bobcat staff, drills, games, discussion on values and life skills, video sessions and fun. Lunch is provided daily, as well as a camp T-shirt. Cost is $100 pa camper. Fa mae infama- The New Braunfels Haald-Zeitung is now compiling infarction fa a full spats directory of Comal County. Infarction should consist of: Name of league/organization, president of league, phone number to join, cost to join, ages eligible, genders eligible and when the season starts and ends. Send to 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, TX, 78132 a fax to 625-1224 Active anglers . _ ,    Photo    submitted A group of fecal ftoharman made quite a haul white testing th# waters at Estes Flats in Rockport on June 7. Pictured, from left, are Kyle Hart, 9, Brett Phillips, a guide from Fulton, James Kanz and Ken Hart. Th# anglers caught 11 rsdflsh which measured between 25 and 28 Inches each. Fishing Report Scoreboard Baseball Hew Braunfels Little League 1967 Over the Fence Club Name Team I League Kyle Cameron Astros Major Jimmy Quiroz Jr. Athletics Major Robert Brown Athletics Major Ross Matt Cardinals Major Justin Thompson Cardinals Major Frank Valadez Devil Rays Major Jonathan Kaderii Dodgers Minor Aaron Garcia Giants Major Lee Roy Al mag lier Marlins Major Jason Miori Mets Major Rhett Stuman Orioles Minor Kane Kuebei Onotes Major Eric Koepp Orioles Major Justin Delgado Reds Major Bobby Garcia Reds Major Jonathan McKain White Sox Major Gttphpn Mtndoia YjMkMa •.rfrV * "5- fcfelpr lit rn ml rn w — - mlBflBiyUi rivet* Bonds. Steal — Damon Buford. Caught stealing — San Francisco's J.T. Snow, by Ivan Rodriguez Error — San Francisco second baseman Jeff Kent on a grounder by Metamora. Sacrifice fly — San Francisco's Glenalten Hill. NL designated hitter — Glenallen Hill, who fouled out. Controversy — San Francisco manager Dusty Baker, complaining to AL umpire Ed Hickox about a fair-foul call on a grounder by Jose Vizcaino. Central Division W L Pct. GB Houston 32 33 .462 — Pittsburgh 31 32 .492 — St. Louis 30 33 .476 1 Cincinnati 26 37 .413 5 Chicago 25 39 .391 6 1/2 West Division W L Pct. GB San Francisco 36 28 .563 — Colorado 35 30 .538 1 1/2 Los Angeles 31 33 .484 5 San Diego 28 36 .438 8 All Times CDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct. Thursday's Games Boston 9, Baltimore 5 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland 2 San Francisco 4, Texas 3 Anaheim 8, San Diego 4 Oakland 5, Los Angeles 4 ittle 12, Colorado 11 By The Associated Press Pitch — Ball from Texas Darren Otver to San Francisco s Darryl Hamilton at 7:11 p.m. CDT. Final score — San Francisco 4, Texas 3. Hit — Darryl Hamilton in the first inning, a single to right field. Home run — San Francisco's Stan Javier in the third inning. Run — Texas' Damon Buford in the second inning. Run batted in — Texas' Bill Ripken with a single. Winning pitcher — San Francisco s Mark Gardner. Ldefng pitcher — Darren aiver. Save — San Francisco's Rod Back. Double — Texas’ Rusty Greer. Triple — Texas' Mark McLemore Out — San Francisco’s Joss Vizcaino, who grounded into a double play. Strikeout — Mark Gardner struck out Texas' Ivan Rodriguez. Walk — Texas’ Will Clark, off Mark Gardner. Hit by pitch — San Francisco's Barry Detroit 29 32 .475 13 Boston ZB 37 .413 .17 Central Division W L Pct. GB Cleveland 32 28 .533 — Kansas City 29 32 .475 3 1/2 Milwaukee 29 32 .475 3 1/2 Chicago 28 34 .452 5 Minnesota 28 35 .444 5 1/2 West Division W L Pct. GB Seattle 35 29 .547 — Anaheim 34 29 .540 1/2 Texas 32 30 .516 2 Oakland 27 39 .409 9 AH Times CDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Atlanta 42 22 656 — Florida 37 26 507 4 1/2 Montreal 35 28 .556 6 1/2 New York 35 28 556 6 1/2 Philadelphia 21 41 339 20 Bulls From Page 1B series with just 13 points and 35 rebounds, while his endless antics and boorish behavior have worn thin. Jordan comes off one of the most memorable performances of his brilliant career. Playing with a stomach virus that left him dehydrated, faint and nauseous, he summoned up the strength to lead Chicago to a 90-88 Game 5 victory in Salt Lake City. He scored 38 points, IS in the Final quarter, and hit the game-winning 3-pointer, while looking like he might collapse during his 44-minute stint. On Thursday, he skipped practice and spent the day in bed, although he was feeling much better. “I think it will affect him. He’s got to get through a discovery day and maybe he’s going to be weak. We’ll still have to watch him closely,” Jackson said. Jordan lost the MVP award this year in a close vote to Utah’s Kart Malone and the debate on whether the best man won has gone on throughout the finals. Malone played poorly in Game 5, getting in foul trouble, missing IO of 17 shots ami — in a colossal bonehead play — neglecting to foul Scottie Pippen in the closing seconds when the Jazz needed to stop the NBA Finals QMtelndNriMM) Utah al Chicago, 8 pm TV. NBC Qwiw7—aunty Utah af Chicago, 630 pm TV HBC clock. Malone said there will be no reason for the Jazz to play passively tonight and they must forget the last loss, one in which they blew a 16-point lead. “lf you can’t get that kind of effort at this level, and you lose and go home... I think some guys should say, ‘Hey, maybe I don’t belong in this,’ ” Malone said. History doesn’t favor the Jazz, making their first finals appearance. The finals have been tied at two games apiece 22 times, and the team that won Game 5 has gone on to win the championship 17 times. In the other five cases, the team returning home won the final two games (most recently Houston in 1994 against New York). “We have two games at home. We think if we can go out and keep playing the same way we did the other night, our chances are very, very, very good,” Bulls guard Ron Harper said. N.Y. Yankees (Cone 7-3) at Florida (Letter 6-4), 6:05 p m Kansas City (Pittsley 1-4) at Pittsburgh (F.Cordova 4-4), 6:35 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Alvarez 3-6) at Cincinnati (Schourek 5-4), 6:35 p.m. Detroit (aivares 4-4) at Montreal (C.Perez 6-4), 6:35 p.m. Toronto (W.Williams 1 -6) at Philadelphia (Schilling 8-5), 6:35 p.m. Baltimore (Key 10-1) at Atlanta (Maddux 7-2), 6:40 p.m. Boston (Suppan 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (Reed 4-3), 6:40 p.m. Cleveland (Colon 1-2) al St. Louis (Morris 4-3). 7:05 p.m. . Minnesota (Radke 5-5) at Houston (WM 2-2), 7:06 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 6-2) at Texas (HW 4-4), 7:36 p.m. San Diego (F. Valenzuela 2-8) at Anaheim (D.Springer 4-2), 9:05 p.m. Colorado (Wright 4-3) at Seattle (Johnson 9-1), 9:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Astacio 3-5) at Oakland (Karsay 1-7), 9:35 p.m. Rangers From Page 1B manager Dusty Baker said. At 7:11 p.m., Texas left-hander Darren Oliver fired a fastball low and inside to San Francisco leadoff batter Darryl Hamilton. The ball was thrown out of play, destined for Cooperstown, and one of baseball’s last barriers — the separation of the leagues except for the World Series — was gone. Three pitches later, Hamilton had the first hit and the list of historic “firsts” was growing. Bill Ripken drove in Damon Buford for the first run in the bottom of the second, putting Texas ahead 1-0. Javier’s homer — a line drive that barely cleared the eight-foot fence in right — tied it a half-inning later. Wack of May 26 CENTRAL Bastrop — Water fairly dean 72 degrees; black bass up to eight pounds are good on spinners, buzz baits and wacky worms; crappie are fair on shiners fished late in the evenings; catfish are good on Mike King’s Punch Bait and on cut shad. Belton — Water dear, eight feet high; black bass up to six pounds are good on spinners, Texas-rigged lizards and crank baits; crappie are fair on minnows fished around marinas; catfish are good on cheese bait. Buchanan — Water dear; lake full; 71 degrees; black bass up to seven pounds are fair on spinners and Texas-rigged worms; striped bass are fair on live shad; crappie are slow to fair on shiners; white bass are good on jigs; catfish are good on fresh shad fished on trotlines on the upper end of the lake. Canyon — Water off-colored; 66 degrees; black bass up to five pounds are fair on spinners, crank baits and Li’l Georges; striped bass are fair to good on live perch and jigs; crappie are fair to good on shiners; catfish are fair to good on cut bait and nightcrawlers. Colorado Bend — no report Fayette — Water fairly clear, normal level; black bass to eight pounds are fair on topwaters fished early at the discharge, Texas and Carolina-rigged worms fished during the day and on water dogs; catfish are good on juglines and cut bait. LBJ — no report Travis — Water clear; lake high; black bass up to five pounds are fair on live crawfish, spinners, and topwaters; striped and white bass are fair to good on live bait; crappie are good on minnows and fished around boat houses; catfish are good on shiners and cheese bait fished around boat docks. COASTAL Port O'Connor — Redfish are fair to good on dead shrimp and crab fished in the surf at night; trout are good on live shrimp and D.O.A. Bait Busters; flounder are good on live mud minnows fished on the points; black drum are fair to good on dead shrimp. East Matagorda — Redfish are fair to good on live mud minnows fished on the south shoreline and on Rat-L-Traps; trout are fair to good on Gambler Flapping Shads and Hoagies fished over the reef with some adion under the birota. Matagorda Bay — Redfish are good on Mirrolures, topwaters arid shrimp tails fished on the south shoreline; trout are very good on live shrimp fished under a popping cork and on Shrimp Tails; black drum are good on dead shrimp; live bait is available. Rockport — no report Palacios — no report Port Aransas — Redfish are good on live shrimp and cut mullet fished on points and along the refuge shoreline on incoming tides; trout are very good on live shnmp, croaker and Shrimp Tails; flounder are fair on live mud minnows; offshore fishing has been good for snapper, king mackerel and triggerfish when the weather is permissible; live bait is available Corpus Christi — Redfish are fair on live shrimp and on chartreuse Kelly Wigglers; trout are good on live shrimp fished under a popping cork, silver with red bucktail spoons. Rat-L-Traps and shad fished near the Land Cut; black drum are fair on dead shnmp; live bait is available Port Mansfield — no report South Padre — no report Port Isabel — Redfish are good on live shrimp, mullet and strawberry Shrimp Tails; trout are very good en live shrimp fished on a popping cork under the birds and around the flats with some action on the pier at night; offshore fish ing has been very good for snapper, ling, dolphin and king mackerel when the weather is permissible TALENTS UNLIMITED Exotic Dancers Male/Female 15 yrs. experience Have been on major talk shows Coll Seon (ako Stormin' Norman) 620-3211 • Night Clubs • Special Events LUNATE OUTLET STORE y 30% Off WMS, DISNEY, CASIO WATCHES VI YX    SPECIAL BUY riTITFN WATCHES *39.95 LUIS SANTINI WATCHES *12.50 BATTERY REPLACEMENTTECHNICIANS AVAILABLE MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 - 5:00 1195 W. SAN ANTONIO ST. NEW BRAUNFELS. 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