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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 10-A HERALD-ZEITUNG WEDNESDAY, MARCH IO, IMS Mesas complete historic doubletake By DOUGLAS PILS Ho >NJ Tattling 'nit Meta fondly repeated history this past weekend Just at father Armando Sr. thought hit tons would. Saturday night, Armando Jr. and Isaac Meta in 1965. Just at in 1966, when Robert, the elder Meta, came away with the victory, Armando Jr. (21) scored a decision overlsaac (17). However, he did come away with a slight knot on hit note according to Armando Sr. The younger Armando won three fights leading up to the bout with hit brother, including a win over a 302-pound filter in the semifinals. Isaac won two fights to get to the finals, including a win over a 260-pound contender. Bach received a trophy and Armando also got a jacket Armando Sr., who worked Isaac's comer while Leonard Gomes worked Armando Jr.’s, said it was kind of hard to watch his two sons face each other.    I “It brought bade a lot of memories,” Mesa said. “It’s hard to fight to your brother. You want to try to please the crowd, but there were times when there were openings that they both passed up.” Mesa said he hopes he can continue to help put New Braunfels bade on the boxing map, both through his sons and through helping others. Mesa also has two younger sons, Jesde and Orlando, who are boxing in Junior Olympic programs. Two fighters from the Borregos Boxing team also fought at the Golden Gloves. Raymond Gonzales boxed in the light heavyweight division and Eddie Ybarra fought in the middleweight division. K of C tournament benefits children’s charities Unicorns. Contin uog trow! SA Ramirez added the final blow for the 12-0 knockout The Unicorn junior varsity added insult to injury with a 6-0 win over the Boerne JV. SidGoea is credited with a first half goal on individual effort Gosa assisted the first of three Ruben Gonzales goals, and Clif Steagall added the final goal on a perfectly-placed penalty kick. Gonzales, who moved up to play with the varsity team, joined the JV team due to a Cougars shortage of players. The Unicorns are now 18-0-0, 11-0-0 iii district and are in sole possession of No. I in District 62 rankings. Although a Unicom playoff position is guaranteed at this point, a win over Alamo Heights would earn the District 62 title. The Unicorns are defending champions with their 1992 championship season. A loss to the Mules would result in a co-championship, with a coin toss or play off game determining first and second place. “Friday night's game should prove to be exciting!” promised Rodriguez as he encouraged public support. The Unicorns will travel to Alamo Heights for the Friday night rematch. In their last meeting, the Unicorns shutdown the Mules with a 2-1 win, giving the Mules their only loss in district play. Games begin at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. By DOUGLAS PILS Hmidjihuflg The Knights of Columbus Council #4183 will hold its second yearly golf tournament benefiting various children's' charities March 28 at the Landa Park Golf Course. The event consisted of 48 golfers in its first year and has upgraded to 64 simply by word of mouth, according to organizers Jack Sanders, Grand Knight, and Frank Schaeffer. Schaeffer and Sanders said they have had such a response to Ute charity event that they are looking into expanding to a two-day event for the third annual tournament in 1994. “Because it is a charity event for kids, it’s veiy well received in the community;* Schaeffer said. “Thatfs why we are looking into expanding this thing into a two-day event. I can see it really growing in the Alture with the support we have here.” Both said they are looking into the possibility of making next year's tournament a celebrity event, but Schaeffer said (here are many bugs left to be worked out before that will happen. The tournament will begin with a continental breakfast at 9:30. A putting contest will be held at 10:30, with the first tee times set for 11:30. A barbecue dinner will follow for all of the golfers and their families. Prises for the top four golfers will be a $200, a $160, a $100 and a $76 gift certificate from the Landa Park Pro Shop. This year’s' sponsors include H.E.B. Food Store, Schwab’s Sausage House, the Food Court in Mill Store Plaza, Kroger, McDonalds, Mabry Enterprises and Landa golf pro Bill Halbert, with Miller, Budweiser and Bud Light acting as contributors to the tournament The K of C works with many children’s* events and charities including: little League baseball, flag football, youth soccer, Junior Boys 8tate, Cub Scouts, Boy Scout!, an annual free throw shooting contest, the New Braunfels Children's Shelter, support Sts. Peter and Paul School, sponsorship of two seminarians a year and the dispersal three college scholarships to students from New Braunfels and Canyon High Schools to name a few. Tee times for the tournament will be posted the week of the tournament and in the Herald-Zeitung. Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Punily Omni-Plus Universal Life and Annuities and IRA's -Highly Competitive Interest Rates- For more Information, phone or write to our local representative THOMAS O. SCHAFFER District Deputy RL 4 Box 374-0. Canyon Lake, TX 78133 Phone: (512)899-2731 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 230-16th St.. Rock Inland. Illinoia 61201-8645 _JrattmaC Lift Instil unci Since ISS$ Condnund from SA we got the job done." The Cougars started the second a bit sluggish offensively, but they remained firm on defense. Goalkeeper Alex Pozenel saved seven shots on goal in the half and the speed of the Canyon defense frustrated the Buffaloes. With 23:05 left in the half, Curtis Arens lifted a 30-yard, arching pass to Joseph Scnuetze, who headed the ball past the Clemens goalie. The Cougars repeated the process from the first goal of the game as Hargrove fed Bueno a pass on a breakaway and Bueno beat the goalie for the final 5-0 score. Canyon will either Hays or Round Rock McNeill in the first round of the playoffs and will finish up the season this Friday at Smithson Valley. Scoring Can.-Cle. 1-0 Vince Bueno, assist from Brian Hargrove, 36:28 2-0 Seen Mere, assist from Bueno, 21:37 34) Michael Luge, rebound from Bueno shot, 7:40 End of first half 4-0 Joseph Schuetze, assist Rangerettes Condnund from SA hit a sacrifice fly for a HBI and Sauer notched her second HBI in the fifth to end the game. Weisner was the only batter to gamer a hit for the Cougarettes as she hit the gap in right-center for triple in the fifth. Ste scored on Sabrina McDonald's ground-out Canyon head coach Earl Wright said his team just wasn't in the groove it needed to be in to beat a solid team. "That's a pretty good team," Wright said of the Rangerettes. “It just didn't jive for us tonight Our hitting was off and our catching was off again. I think later on well catch on because we're still young. They'll get there." The Cougarettes play at Lockhart this Friday at 6:00 and Smithson Valley is hosting Southside at 4:30. from Curtis Arens, 23:05 5-0 Bueno, assist from Hargrove, 5:56 End of game Shots on goal: Canyon 28, Clemens 13. Saves: Canyon-Alex Pozenel 7, Clemens-Mike Kodak 15. WANNA MAXI A 3£T? Spring Cleaning Sale! Saturday    March    la    *    ^ 9 to 5 1 aTii    ' J « 14 Sunday    __ __ ut. 5 JTSemjj TroxuivFesi ies-GS***1 VT "Put your Money where your Mouth is!" •Carol Au Avery Circulation Director P|*IZSS; •/I Lwxrw.w t & Hum* HS I C. fie—WU* aa t TIMm*®* 4 S Onawa* opt asana*.* t J. lay. ta i K***■»,*    • N* MMM 0 a soar, ae    a a. Hana    a H. Jota* p*    I 17. CougamttM 6 h fa    Mr    a    a 1 0 0. 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