New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Sports DayTexas Class 4A State Track Meet Qualifiers
Class 4A Boys' Stats Quallflsrs
IOO Mater Dash—Johnnie Smith, Mineral Wells, 10.52; Jerome Bryant, San Angelo Lake View, 10.87; Chad Burnett, Dallas Hillcrest, 10.64; Derrick Kirven, Everman, 10.64; Billy Fobbs, Channelview, 10.64; Derrick Foster, La Marque, 10.71; Kenmon Pittmon,
Austin McCallum, 10-. 69; Jeremy Stedman, Los Fresnos, 10.70.
200 Meter Dash—Johnnie Smith, Mineral Wells, 21.36; Derrick Payton, Lubbock Escatado, 21.66; Derrick Neal, Henderson, 21.54; Chad Burnett, Dallas Hillcrest, 21.64; Billy Fobbs, Channelview, 21.65; Stephen Norman, El Campo, 21.66; Kenmon Pittmon, Austin McCallum, 21.70; Tony Clark, Schertz Clemens, 21.90.
400 Meter Dash — Terrence Norris, San Angelo Lake View, 47.40; Willie Mata, Pecos, 47.46; Jeff Hudson, Mesquite Poteet, 48.74; Royce Dennis, Jacksonville, 49.64; John Coleman,
Port Arthur Lincoln, 48.37; Lawrence Johnson, Waller, 48.88; Derrick Williams, Austin LBJ, 50.69; Pierre Jackson, Lockhart, 51.17.
800 Meter Dash—Willie Meta, Pecos, 1:54.48; Brandon Smith, Fort Worth Boswell, 1:55.78; Ryan Runge, McKinney, 1:59.39; Vincent Terry, Waxahacie, 1:59.72; Derrick Small, Dickinson, 1:57.23; Cason Horn, Nederland, 1:57.40; Aaron Vernon, Lockhart, 1:58.89; Johnny Coronado, San Antonio Edgewood, 1:59.03.
1600 Meter Run — Brandon Smith,
Fort Worth Boswell, 4:28.92; Robert Wagner, Lamesa, 4:30.37; Victor Parras, Seagoville, 4:32.93; Jeff Starr, Mesquite Poteet, 4:34.03; Thomas Francis, A&M Consociated, 4:26.94; Christian Balli, Bay City. 4:27.91; Alex Trinidad, Floresville, 4:24.74; Frank Porreoo, Waco Midway, 4:27.74.
3200 Meter Run — Chris Wells, Justin Northwest, 9:55.76; Rosendo Lopez, Andrews, 9:58.01; Jeff Starr, Mesquite Poteet, 9:43.4; Justin Clem, Mesquite Poteet, 9:51.6; Francis Tnomas, AAM Consociated. 9:47.62; Jeff Hajek, Brenham, 9:49.42; Frank Porreco, Waco Midway, 9:52.54; Charles Simpson, Round Rocj McNeil, 10:01.37.
110 Meter Hurdles — Justin Taylor, Big Spring, 14.53; Jeremy Alley, Brownwood, 14.59; Andre Richardson, Denison, 14.21; Ryan Glaze, Rockwall, 14.48; Lee Hutton, La Marque. 14.33; Gerald Whitaker, Houston King, 14.57;
Brad Cannon, Austin Reagan, 13.89; Ryan Nunez, Austin Westlake, 13.91. 300 Meter Hurdlee—Jeffrey Thompson, Stephenville, 37.99;
Jeremy Alley, Brownwood, 38.03;
Melvin Smith, Dallas Lincoln, 38.18; Ryan Glaze, Rockwall, 38.62; Joseph Thibodeaux, West Orange-Stark,
39.22; Mikal Weaver, Nederland,
40.53; Tatsue Howard, Floresville,
38.87; Jeb Baker, Beeville, 39.29.
400 Meter Relay—San Angelo Lake View, 41.75; Mineral Wells, 42.15; Henderson, 42.02; Tyler Chapel Hill, 42.18; La Marque, 41.78; Houston King, 42.01; Austin McCallum, 42.78; Taylor, 43.08.
1600 Meter Relay—Fort Worth Eastern Hills, 3:17.88; San Angelo Lake View, 3:18.55; Dallas Smith, 3:20.51; Jacksonville, 3:20.75; Port Arthur Lincoln, 3:18.84; Dickinson, 3:20.27; Austin LBJ, 3:23.67; Edoouch-Elsa, 3:24.72.
Shot Put — Luis Leyva, Monahans, 52-11; Bill Bradley, Plainview, 52-4; LaMarcus Wells, Kilgore, 54-7.5;
Derrick Lewis, Tyler Chapel Hill, 53-10.5; David Green, Houston Wording, 52-9.5; Michael Jackson, Brenham, 52-8; Roger Roesler, Austin Anderson, 59-7; Adam Jenkins, Leander, 53-10.5. Discus — Scott Martindale, Brownwood, 164-4; Luis Leyva, Monahans, 150-4; Russell Ensey, Landcaster, 170-2; Ramon Lee, Dallas Smith, 153-0; Theran Walker, Houston Worthing, 168-10; Rodney Griff en, Friendswood, 162-08; Narciso Martinez, Edcouch-Elsa, 167-10; Chad Heirholzer, Boerne, 165-8.
High Jump — Nathan Gibson, Grandbury, 6-8; Jamie McCain, Frenship, 6-8; Stacey Lamb, Dallas Smith, 6-10; Reginald Ward, Henderson, 6-8; Kelvin Jackson,
Waller, 6-8; Sterling Whitley, A&M Consolidated, 6-6; Farrell Williams, Raymondville, 6-8; Tanyana McCray, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff, 6-6.
Triple Jump — Drexel Owusu, Big Spring, 48-9; Twea Carter, Mineral Wells, 48-1.75; Shad Criss, Denison, 46-8.75; Leon Roberson, Dallas Roosevelt, 46-3.75; Charles Myers, El Campo, 47-1.5; Charles Tyler, Houston Furr, 46-9; Outhai Sayaroummane, Austin Del Valle. 46-9; Vincent Stevenson, San Antonio Memorial, 46-4.
Pole Vault — Jason Bragg. Stephenville. 15-0; Kacey Laughery,
By RICK DAVENPORT
AUSTIN (AP) — Here is the weekly fishing report as compiled by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for May 5:
BELTON: Water slightly off color, 67 degrees, normal level; black bass are excellent to 8 pounds on Kalin grubs, red deep diving cranks and jigs in 3-20 feet of water, hybrid striper are very good near Fireman’s Cove and near the sand flats on live bait; white bass are good mixed in with the hybrids; crappie are good on grubs and Fle-Flys, catfish are very good to 52 pounds with numerous other large fish on live perch and shad as the spawn gets underway. BROWNWOOD: Water clear, 58 degrees, 4 feet low; black bass are fairly slow due to the weather; white bass are good and coming to the surface during the day and are good at night under the lights on jigs and minnows; crappie are fair to 5 per stringer with most fish undersized, catfish are fair to 8 pounds on trotlines baited with live perch. BUCHANAN Water clear. 7 feet low, black bass are fair; crappie are fairly good on the North end near the river; striper are good at the North end on shad and perch; catfish are fairly good up the river on rod and reels
CANYON: Water murky up river, 63 degrees. 6 inches low and rising, black bass are good to 9 1/2 pounds on large minnows and artificial baits, striper are fair to 15 pounds on silver spoons at various depths; crappie are good at night under the lights on medium minnows, yellow catfish are good to 18 pounds on perch and goldfish, other cats are good and improving on prepared baits and iver.
COLORADO BEND Water is muddy. I feet low; black bass are slow, yel-ow catfish are fairly good to 18 x>unds on live baited trotlines.
Borger, 14-0; Shane Stewart, Everman, 15-6; David Smith, Mesquite Poteet, 14-9; Matt Hickle, Friendswood, 16-1; Joe Love, Navasota, 14-6; David Moreland, Belton, 16-1; Clay Skaroveky, New Braunfels, 14-0.
Class 4A QIHs’ data Qualifiers 100 Mater Dash — Tinisha Jackson, Fort Worth Arlington Heights, 11.89; Christie White, Wichita Falls Hirschi, 12.36; Stephanie Baldwin, Dallas Hillcrest, 12.27; Keisha lies, Kilgore, 12.37; Yvonne Hill, A&M Consolidated, 12.07; Yuan Hunt, Houston Wheatley, 12.18; Giesla Jackson, Austin LBJ, 11.63; Bridgette Johnson, Kerrville Tivy, 11.76.
200 Mater Dash —- Tinisha Jackson, Fort Worth Arlington Heights, 24.53; Christie White, Wichita Falls Hirschi, 25.38; Sharonda Blanton, Dallas Smith, 25.19; Natalie Young, Dallas Lincoln, 25.32; Yuan Hunt, Houston Wheatley, 24.83; Stephanie Redden, Houston Forest Brook, 25.10; Bridgette Johnson, Kerrville Tivy, 24.30; Tamiko Hamilton, Waco University, 25.87.
400 Mater Dash — Corrie Weathers, Fort Worth Boswell, 58.44; Coneuela Watkins, Fort Worth Poly, 59.18; Dawanna Allen, Dallas Madison, 56.93; Keisha Smith, Cedar Hill, 58.40; Shekarah Kyles, Port Arthur Lincoln, 59.08; Lydia Byrd, Channelview, 59.55; Kelly Koksma, New Braunfels, 58.63; Renne Williams, Gregory Portland,
DECKER: Water clear, 65 degrees, normal level: black bass are excellent to 8 pounds on dark worms in 4 feet of water; hybrid striper are very good with numerous limits near the boat docks and off the banks in shallow water near the hot water outlet on slab minnows; crappie are excellent on minnows in 12 feet of water; catfish are fair on stink bait and shrimp.
FAYETTE: Water clear, 80 degrees,
1 foot high; black bass are good to 6 pounds on top waters early and Carolina Rigged worms in shallow to 18 feet of water during the day; catfish are fair to 15 pounds on water dogs and live perch.
GIBBONS CREEK: Water off color, 6 inches low, black bass are good to 9 pounds on topwaters and Carolina rigged worms at the back of Gibbons Creek and over main lake humps, crappie are fairly good to near limits at Sulphur Creek Point and near the intake on minnows; catfish are fairly good off the banks and on jug lines baited with shad.
INKS LAKE: Water clear, 63 degrees, normal level; white bass are fair on minnows and shad, catfish are good in the 2-3 pound range on rod and reels baited with chicken liver, all other fishing has been slow due to the weather LIMESTONE Water off color, 65 degrees, normal level; black bass are fairly good to 7 pounds on Bulldog spinners and Jawtec craw worms in the shallows near the struc tore; white bass are fair, crappie are slow; catfish are fair to 24 pounds on trotlines baited with perch SOMERVILLE Water off color, normal level; black bass are fairly good near the boat ramps and rocky areas in shallow water early and late on topwaters, spinners and black/chartreuse worms; white bass are good in the schools but are running small; hybrid stripers are very good near the dam on chrome Rat-L-Traps. crappie are good over brush piles in 10-12 feet of water on live minnows, catfish are excellent in shallow water on shad baited trotlines
:rom staff reports
Both Mission Valley Mill and VFW cams opened with two wins versus beguin Babe Ruth teams in the 13-15 gc group. Mission Valley beat the 'uhs 14-0 at Seguin on Wednesday, nd then walloped the Braves 25-0 at lew Braunfels Friday night. Stanley Lillian provided strong pitching for fission Valley in both games, and the thole learn hit well and played solid efense.
VFW beat the A's 7-4 on Thursday
800 Mater Dash — Jill Culverhouse, Grandbury, 2:22.37; Amanda Young, Fort Worth Boswell, 2:22.82; LaShica Lee, Paris North Lamar, 2:19.5;
Tenisha Johnson, Lancaster, 2:22.4; Olivia Harris, Friendswood, 2:22.98; Lydia Byrda, Channelview, 2:24.39; Mary bu San Roman, San Antonio Kennedy, 2:21.17; Dare Eloy, Corpus Christi Calallen, 2:22.07.
1600 Meter Run — Casi Fbrida, Joshua, 5:09.42; Abby Mudroch, Canyon Randall, 5:26.01; LaShonda McCarty, Paris North Lamar, 5:22.62; Keli Wilson, Paris North Lamar,
5:28.46; Elizabeth Diaz, Houston King, 5:10.48; Us Shell, Tomball, 5:16.98; Ute Waltzer, New Braunfels,
5:13.82; Nicole Stacy, Austin Westlake, 5:20.01.
3200 Meter Run — Casi Fbrida, Joshua, 11:15.68; Abby Mudrock, Canyon Randall, 11:48.66; LaShonda McCarty, Paris North Lamar, 11:47.9; Keri Sims, Cedar Hill, 12:12.4;
Elizabeth Diaz, Houston King,
11:23.64; Stacy Poole, La Marque,
11 26 74; Lisa Waltzer, New Braunfels, 11:21.15; Kaci Saenz, Georgetown, 11:39.27.
100 Meter Hurdles — Katherine Ware, Wichita Falls Hirschi, 15.38; Mechelle Abbott, Pampa, 15.51; Wykennia Heikell, Wilmer-Hutchins, 14.96,
Tandra McPherson, Dallas Roosevelt, 15.19; TianaCook, Tomball, 14.82;
Tanaysha Ivory, Port Arthur Lincoln, 14.92; Aleah Johnson, Leander, 14.63; Heather Lemmons, Raymondville,
300 Meter Hurdlee — Mechelle Abbott, Pampa, 45.52; Chisuita Lemmons, Frenship, 45.63; Brandi Riggs, Dallas Rossevelt, 44.87; Christi McPeters, Paris, 45.77; Sharon White, Houston Worthing, 44.80; Tiana Cook, Tomball, 45.63; Lindsey Meyer, Austin Westlake, 46.19; Jenni Kaiser, Kerrville Tivy, 46.29.
400 Meter Relay — Fort Worth Arlington Heights, 49.06; Mineral Wells, 49.84; Tyler Chapel Hill, 48.33; Dallas Madison, 48.40; Houston Forest Brook, 49.23; La Marque, 49.60; Austin LBJ, 48.89; Waco Midway, 49.52.
800 Meter Relay — Fort Stockton, 1:45.81; Pampa, 1:45.89; Kilgore, 1:43.03; Dallas Madison, 1:43.30; A&M Consolidated, 1:43.57; Port Arthur Lincoln, 1:43.58; Austin LBJ, 1:44.77; Waco Midway, 1:44.88.
1600 Meter Relay—Wichita Falls Hirschi, 4:03.47; Pampa, 4:03.96;
Dallas Madison, 3:57.1; Dallas Highland Park, 3:57.7; Port Arthur Lincoln, 3:56.77; Houston Worthing, 4:03.88; New Braunfels, 4:00.77; Waco Midway, 4:01.49.
Shot Put — Roshanda Ingram, Borger, 39-10; Kat Jackson, Sweetwater, 38-10; Marsha French, Texas High, 43-1; Tabitha Johnigan, Kilgore, 41-0.5; RaDonna Russ, Houston Forest Brook,
39-11; Raymona Papilion, West Orange-Stark, 38-10.5; Bren Boone, Tubso Midway, 39-3.25; Denise English, Boerne, 39-0.5.
Long Jump — Kathy Smith, Big Spring, 17-9; Kim Miller, Borger, 17-9; Tina Nixon, Dallas Lincoln, 18-3.25; Shelena Landers, Tyler Chapel Hill, 17-5.5; Yuan Hunt, Houston Wheatley, 18-8.75; Kenya Berry, Port Arthur Lincoln, 18-4.25; Ananda Mooney, Waco Midway, 18-9; Aleah Johnson,
High Jump — Shalina LeGrand, Caprock, 5-4; LaToya Jackson,
Eastern Hills, 5-2; Monica Alanis, Lancaster, 5-6; Keelah Wilson, Terrell, 5-4, Marie High, Oak Ridge, 5-4; Kristi Voight, Port Neches 5-2; Paula Greenfield, Sharyland, 5-4; Lindsay Winn, Smithson Valley, 5*4.
Discus — Roshanda Ingram, Borger, 127-2; Vicki Green, Snyder, 124-5; Marsha French, Texas High, 128-7; Pangi Daniels, Lancaster, 124-8; AValerie Rose, Navasota, 120-3; Raymona Papilion, West Orange-Stark, 118-9; Janet Visosky, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff, 134-4; Anna Wierzbicki, Leander, 127-9.
Triple Jump — LaWanda Barnett, Levelland, 38-1.75; Kim Miller, Borger, 37-11.75; Michelle Gray, Lindale, 36-8.5; Yuan Hunt, Houston Wheatley, 37-4; Rebecca Scott, Silsbee, 37-0; Aleah Johnson, Leander, 39-5.75; Amanda Mooney, Waco Midway, 37-6.5.
Babe Ruth teams open with wins
at Seguin behind Chris Rivera, who pitched three hitless innings and struck out seven.
Roman Villareal held the lead in his two innings on the mound.
Friday night, Rivera allowed one (unearned) nm in four innings as VFW jumped out to an 8-1 lead over the Yankees. Jason Luna, Colin Smith and James Hernandez drove in runs to build the lead.
This week's schedule has VFW at Seguin Wednesday night, and both teams at Seguin on Saturday.
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