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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas BEST USED CARS I       ^ Ii Second Chance Financing Available Thursday, May 5,1994 torts Day I To talk with lanaging Editor Mark .yon about Sports Day, jail 625-9144, ext. 21. Page 9 * EXTRA GOLF Downtown Rotary to host Third Golf Challenge May 13 The Downtown Rotary Club of New Braunfels will host the Third Annual Civic Club Golf Challenge on Friday, May 13 at Chapparal Country Club in Seguin. The tournament will benefit charities in Hays, Comal and Guadalupe Counties, with a goal of $10,000. The tourney will be a four-man scramble format and will start at 11:30 a.m. with a lunch. Team prizes for top five teams will be given as well as a hole-in-one prize - a 1994 Chevrolet Camara donated by Don Maxwell Chevrolet in New Braunfels, long drive and ck)6et-to-the hole prizes. For registration information, call Grog Campbell at 629-0909, Al Leach at 625-7541, Wayne Vrba at 828-7784. Industrial Twilit* Golf Laaguo forming ■ Plans are being made for the Twilite Golf League to begin on Wednesday, May 25 at 6 p.m. Priority for entry in the league will be given to those teams which participated in 1993. Other organizations interested in joining should contact the Golf Pro Shop at Landa Golf Course at 608-2174. A meeting of the team captains is planned for May 11 at 6 p.m. at the golf pro shop. NBHS Boosters to hold scholarship golf tourney The New Braunfels High School All Sports Booster Club will hold its annual scholarship golf tournament at Northcliffe Country Club on Saturday. May 21. The tourney will be a four-man scramble. All proceeds of this tournament will go for scholarships at New Braunfels High School. Anyone interested in playing should contact Jeff A. Mund at 620-4839 or Coach Lew Simmonds at 625-5713 or 625-6332. Business sponsors are also needed. High School SVHS booster banquet to bo held Monday night The Smithson Valley High School Athletic Booster Club will honor the school’s athletes and coaches at a banquet on Monday. May 9 in the Smithson Valley High School commons area A barbecue dinner will be served, beginning at 6:30 p.m. All parents and Smithson Valley supporters are encouraged to attend. Admission will be $5 tor adults and $3 tor children under 12 Tickets are available at the door. For more information, contact the Smithson Valley Athletic Department office at 885-2376. Canyon holds on for S-3 victory over Clemens Staff reports Canyon (umped to a 5-1 lead and held on for a 5-3 victory over Clemens in the season finaled for the Cougars Wednesday night. Canyon ends the year at 7-7 in District 28-4A, 17-11 on the year. Jerry Van Noy started and pitched five strong mnngs and Daniel Zunker came in to help as the duo combined once again for a win. Van Noy. Chip Parrish, Brette Zaeske and Danny Ortiz had run-scoring hits for the Cougars. Lance Berkman scored twice in the victory. Track & Field Oms 4A OMS’ Stats Quakier* 400 Motor Posh — Coms Weather*, Fort Worth Hrs sci, 58 44. Consul** Wagons, Fort Worth Poly, 50 IS. Qawanna Alar. Dadas Madison. 66 93, Kasha Smit. Csdar HO. 68 40, Shafcarah Kytas, Port Arthur Lincoln. 59 OS. LydU Byrd. ChwvwMew. 69 66. Katty Kokam*. New Braunfels, SS.SS; Banna William*. Gregory Portland. 69 18 1S00 Malar Run — Coe Flood*. Joshua. 50942; Abtoy Mudroch, Canyon Randall. 52001; LaShonda McCarty. Pans North Low. 5 2202. Kau Wilson. Pans North Lamar. 5 28 46. Ekzrtbeto 0*2. Houston Kine. 5:10.44; Us Shell. Tombed, 5:16 SS; Use Wartier. Near Braunfels, 5:1302; Ntoofe Stacy. Aussn Westlake, 5:20.01. 3200 Mater Run — Casi Floods, Joshua. 11 15.64; Abby Murdock, Canyon R^kJsII. 11 46 66. LaShonda McCarty, Pans North Lamar. 11:47.0; Ken Sims, Cedar KM. 12:12.4; Elizabeth Diaz. Houston King. 112304; Stocy Pools. La Marque. 1120 74. Usa Waltzer, New Braunfels. 11:21.14; Kid Basra. Georgetown, 1139.27. HOO Mater Relay - Wlchiw Fads Mir***, 4 0347; Pampa, 4:03.96; Dadas Mattoon. 3*7.1; Dads* highland Park, 3:57.7; Pol Arthur Lincoln, 3*4.77; Houston Worthing, 4*304; New Braunfels, 4:40.77; Waco Mkfersy, 4:01.49. mph Jump — Shsdns LaGrsnd, Caprock, 5-4; LaToya Jackson. E seism His, 5-2; Monica Atonia, Lancaster. 54; Kasfeh Wilson, Tansi, 54. Marts Hgh, Oak Rides. 54; Mal VfeqN. Pan Neches 5-2; Pads QrasntoM. ft toto n^nrt » ■*• ft    ISports DayDistrict 28-4A baseball Unicorns lose game, district title By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Two teams met at Unicom Reid Wednesday night. One played for a trophy, one played simply for pride. In the end, it was a good team that won and a good one that lost Uvalde upended host New Braunfels 4-2 in the district finale for both, knocking the Unicorns out of the District 28-4A title spot. New Braunfels finishes second at 11-3 behind Boerne who finished 12-2. The Unicorns will still move into the state playoffs next week against Austin Westlake. New Braunfels lost their last two district games by identical 4-2 margins. Uvalde, which finished third, lost twice to Boerne and once to New Braunfels earlier in the year, 4-3. ‘They’ve got a good team. We had two close games with them,” said Unicom Coach Neal Miller. “Uvalde was picked to win the district at the beginning of the year.” Miller said the Kerrville loss (10-9) in extra innings affected his squad. “What really hurt us was the Kerrville game,” he said. “No matter how much we talk about it, it's still there on your mind." Uvalde, which lost a shot at the playoffs last night in Boerne, received a good performance from their ace Duane Jung. New Braunfels also got strong innings from starter Joe Luna as both went the distance. Although the game featured fine defensive plays, the difference came with one swing of thebaL After scoring a nm to jump to a 2-1 lead in the top of the second inning, Uvalde’s Brian Slaughter took a pitch over the right field fence for a two-run homerun, which is all the Coyotes would need. “Joe turned in a gutsy performance after giving up that one Harald-Ztiiung photo by JOHN HUSETH Jbbbb Morales slides in safely to score the Unicorns first run last night The Unicorns fell behind and lost to Uvalde and In the process lost the district title. NBHS will enter the playoffs es 28-4A's runner up. homerun shot,*’ said Miller. Luna gave up only two hits after the first two innings when Uvalde posted four runs on four hits. The Coyotes only other threat came in the sixth, but right-fielder Johnny Reyes made a great diving catch on what would have been a sure double with two men on base. The Unicorns opened the game with a double by Jesse Morales who later scored when he beat the shortstop’s throw to the plate on an infield single. They stranded two runners in the inning. In the second, New Braunfels notched another run when Jeff Gonzales doubled home Joe Juarez who had singled. The Unicorns stranded another two again, however. The Unicorns went 1-9 at the plate with men in scor ing position. Part of that had to do with Jung and the defense behind him. Shortstop Tito Guevera and second baseman Raul Gonzales put on a fine fielding display as did New Braunfels’ duo of Morales and Gonzales. -submitted photo Big cat This 27-pound catfish was hatted out of Laks Dunlap vacantly by Tarry Saiga (top, middle), Bryan Saiga (lait), Dillon Voaslsr (right) and Mark Vosslsr (not pictured). Tho fish was caught around 7:30 pjn., they saki. NBISD trustees hire new girls basketball coach By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer New Braunfels school board trustees approved the hiring of Larry Schulte lo coach the high school varsity girls basketball team for the 1994-95 school year. Schulte replaces Maria Puste-jovsky as head coach for the Unicorns who were 11-17 this past season, 4-10 in district Schulte, 34, has been the head girls junior varsity basketball coach and an assistant volleyball coach since joining the New Braunfels high school staff in 1991. Schulte also teaches health and physical education classes at the high school and will continue to do so he said. He also believes he will continue his role as assistant volleyball coach. “I’ll still be an assistant volleyball coach,” he said. “That shouldn’t change as far as I know.” The contract is scheduled as are teacher contracts for one year, subject to review each year. Terms of the contract are still to be approved during the budget sessions this summer. Schulte said one of his main objectives is to increase participation in girls basketball on all levels. “I’m very excited about this challenge,” said Schulte of his first head coaching position. “Right now, from junior high on up, I want to concentrate on encouraging participation at all levels.” An eight-year coaching veteran, Schulte coached at a Catholic school in Austin after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin. He said he sees no major changes in the style of play for Unicom girls basketball at this point “I never like to say there is a certain style I like because it depends on the players you have,” he said. The Marketplace Automobiles Automobile* 1980 Old's Delta 88 70,000 miles, loaded, small V-8, excellent cond $2150 625 4861. 1986 Pontiac Bonneville 4 dr , mid size car, V-6 eng , auto bans . AC, radio, heat, good tires, good cond $1,800 O B O 620-6319._ 72 SATELLITE SEBRING PLUS $1000 OBO. 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