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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ^H1W605 Sports Day B To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, cad 625-9144. ext. 24. H e r a I d - Z e i t u n qSpotty nay i t I I I watched aerobics on TV.” —Ricky Henderson, on how he kept in shape during the off-season. Local briefs rnyvicriM aeivfnn^i lo npiiagn sonooi i SCIKKN IUH0MS Canyon and New Braunfels high school athletes planning to participate in 1996-97 sports. Local physicians and specialists will be conducting the examinations from 6-8 p.m. May 15-16 at CHS Cougar Den. The cost is $10. • The University Interscholastic League requires ail high school athletes to pass a physical screening in order to be eligible for competition. For more information, call Tom Falan 608-1875. •River City Slam” boys basketball camp al CHS The eighth annual “River City Slam" Boy’s June 34 at Canyon High School for al boys in current grades 4-8. The renowned camp is coordinated by NBHS basketball coach I; Cliff Wilkins and CHS basketball coach I: Kenny Rotator. Cost is $45 payable to |l Comal ISD Community Education. Applications are at each school campus or call coaches Rotator or Wilkins at 620-6940 I! or 6204326. Millar takes first at Sundance ? •ovnnp■if vounMmvni m ; Joe Mier mastered the windy conditions \ a Sundance Golf Course and fired a 5-i under-par 63 to capture first place in the I opening series of tournaments for lel^harv [dare May 4.    ^ Rob Puetz of Sundance won low-net horv h ors, and Floyd Taylor won the longest-drive I; competition. Clay Carpenter won the dos-est-tothe-pin contest on Hole No. 9. Bl Ta San Marcos tennis tourney elated for June I The San Marcos Summer Tennis Classic r scheduled for June 1-2 at Southwest bas State University's Tennis Complex. The tournament which benefits the San Marcos High School tennis team, Witt have [-adult, senior and junior competition. Entry | 1 forms ae available at Vivroux Sporting Goods. The deadline is May 25. For more 'information, call (512) 396- 8777 or 754-,7140. Now Braunfels coaches to /host girls basketball camp ' New Braunfels High School girts’basketball coaches will have a camp from 8:30 am. to noon June 3-6 for incoming NBISD 'students in grades 7-9 and from 1 to 4 pin. for students in grades 4-6. Deadline for registration is May 17. Forms are available at local schools. lineal swimmers sat to splash :lnto Landa pool May 18 The eighth annual "Schools’ Pool Day" for pre-school, elementary and middto school children Witt be May 18 at Landa Park Pool. ' Free registration will start at 8 a.m. and I .the meet Witt be from 9 am to noon. It Witt I ie conducted in two classes, with a charo-‘pionship class for Landa Park Dolphin Swim team members and a novice class for non-team members. Ribbons will be awarded to winners in both classes. The event is conducted by the New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley High School Swim teams. I tfponsore are the New Braunfels Rotary pub and the Parks and Recreation ■Department. For more information, cad Bud ;DaHmann at 6254342. HLanda ladies Golf Ron** The following are top individual scores at 1" the May 8 Landa Ladtes Golf Association .tournament at Landa Park Golf Course. , 1st Flight—I Pearl Chase, 63; 2. /Marlene Acheson, 65; 3. Nancy Gorman, 66.2nd Flight — 1. Jane Lee. 64; 2. Laura Ettey, 64; 3. Sarah DeLashma. 75.3rd Flight j.— I, Maxine Harris, 7a, 2. Edie Gregory, 71; ’Bobs Wright, 72. I * Sports camp ofisssS at NUNS ' \k New Braunfels High School coaches Noel h Hansen and David Simmons will lead a "Gins’ Brown Bag Sports Camp" May 28-31 at NBHS. The camp is for girls in grades 3-6, Coaches Phyllis Fowler and Cindy Manley will asak* the event. To reg&er or for more information, call Stella Hansen aft 620-1051. Rockets out; Spurs facing elimination SAN ANTONIO (AP) — It’s down to one game for the San Antonio Spurs. And coach Bob Hill hopes the must-win pressure of tonight’s Game S against the Utah Jazz fires up his dejected team. “Maybe we need a do-or-die situation to get us back to playing the way we’re supposed to play, where we get out and nm and share it and play with some enthusiasm dot’s bom from the way we play,” Hill said. Utah defeated San Antonio 101-86 Sunday in Salt Lake City to take a 3-1 lead in their best-of-7 Western Conference semifinal series. With a victory tonight, the Jazz would advance to the conference finals to face Seattle. Utah’s last trip to the conference finals was in 1994, when the Jazz lost to Houston. If the Spurs win they still must win twice more to capture the series. The sixth game would be in Utah and the seventh in San Antonio. In Houston, it took Rudy Tomjanovich awhile to realize the Houston Rockets were no longer NBA champions. “I woke up this morning and the first thing I thought was if this was a shoot-around day or full practice,’’Tomjanovich said Monday. ‘Then, I turned on the answering machine and there as a message from my daughter to my wife. “She said, ‘I guess we’ll have the big restless guy around more this summer.’” Tomjanovich and the Rockets began their vacations Sunday after they were swept 4-0 by the Seattle Supersonics, ending their two-year nm as NBA champions. The Rockets did a good job rallying from an injuiy-filled season to reach the playoffs as the Na S seed, but it wasn’t good enough in the Western Conference semifinals. Seattle moves on to the Western Conference finals with admiration for the battling Rockets. “I was wondering, ‘Why don’t you guys just die?” Sonics guard Gary Payton said. Si a SMB* 115. Houston 112 New Yoe* 102,0*00099 Utah 105, San Antonio 7$ >    ,    vktt ssSWiw Xw, nPBmP $ SOfiMft 114, Houston 107 ( See*wkwea**40 tends aadaiS.1 lY.titfVl -V iii! UTI M tMi ' ' man iwi. oan Arnofso w, man leads aetfes 3-1 fMOI WTM 3*1  y. ■.    %    ». v:, X. -a .    1 Boehle takes topCanjwi sports award From staff reports Senior Ricky Boehle capped a brilliant four-year career by taking the Best All-Around Male Athlete award at the Canyon High School 1996 Spring Sports Banquet Tiffany Weidner, a letterman in volleyball basketball and softball, was named Best All-Around Female Athlete. Boehle, an all-district selection in football basketball and baseball, was a regional track qualifier in the triple jump and 400 meter dash. The following are award winners and scholarships recipients. Best All-around Male Athlete — Ricky Boehle Best All-around Female Athlete—Tiffany Weidner Cougar Heart Award — Domingo Medina Cougarette Heart Award — Katie Sprencel and Thuy Lee Nguyen Ben Hardy Award — Elizabeth Weisman Booster Club Scholarships — Ricky Boehle, Audrey Krueger, Patrick Hinojosa, Bietle Parrish, Corby Collins, Richard McDonald, Jason Shields, Matt White, Katie Sprencel, Elizabeth Weisman. v Mueflich Scholarship (track) — Ricky Boehle, Richard McDonald, Katie Sprencel, Jana Hooker. Tennis MVP Boy — Kevin Hargrove; MVP Girt — Audrey Krueger, Most Improved Girt — Katie Woolven; Most Improved Boy — Tommy Thompson. Track MVP Boy Beld Events — Richard McDonald; MVP Boy track events — Ricky Boehle; Most Versatile Trick Athlete—Ricky Boehle; MVP Freshman Runners — Kyle Swift and Eric Boehle; MYP Freshman Field Events— Ty Johnson and Reed Boyd; JV MVP Runner — Ryan Frisbee; JV MYP Field Events — THOMAS GOOLEY Herald Zettunq photo by THO Canyon Htah School aporia awonia want lo THIM iv Weidner, Rlckv fWnhta. I and Domingo Madina; Moat Valubla Player honors went to golfers Ashley Schneider and Jimmy Walter, tannic players Kevin Hargrove and Audmy Krueger, and Boahla. Justin Kincheloe; Most Improved — Cassie Henk; Most Dedicated — Jodie Robinson. Girls Track MVP—Kendra Reinter, Newcomer of the Year — Jodi Anderson; Most Versatile — Katie Sprencel; Most Dedicated — Jana Hooker, Most Improved — Kim Parker, Co-MVP JV — Becky Boehle and Amber Anderson Baseball Most Valuable Pitcher—Reagan George Most Improved — Patrick Hinojosa and Noven Albeit; Most Valuable Defensive Players — Ricky Boehle and Jason Shields; Most Valuable Offensive Players — Brctte Parrish, Jerry Van Noy and Brandon Cox Golf Awards MVP Boy—Jimmy Walker, MVP Girl — Ashley Schneider. Softball MVP —Ky lie Adams; JV MVP—Courtney Wehe; Most Outstanding Offensive Player—Mara Allen; Most Outstanding Defensive Player — Stephanie Thomas; Most Improved — Leslie Phillis; Ranessa Reek; Nicole Benitez; Most Versatile—Julia Best; Cougarette Award for Leadership — Corky Collins. Rangers edge KC; Astros fall By the Associated Press CHICAGO—Give an; for the performance of Steve Trachsel Trachsel pitched a one-hitter against the Houston Astros on Monday night, md got offensive help from Sammy Sosa, who hit bb third home nm in as many games in the Chicago Cubs’ 6-0 victory. Trachsel (3-2) credits Rick Kranitz, pitching assistant, with his turnaround. “He knows me since I’ve been in the minor leagues,” Trachsel said. “Last year if I threw a fastball on the outside of the plate, it tailed back over toward the middle. This year it’s not doing th*, b’s helping my curveball. It’s helping my changeup. b’s a new pitch for me and it’s helping my spht (finger) as well.” On Monday all of Trachsel’s pitches were working. “I had good velocity,” he said. T was real comfortable, real smooth. Everything was hitting the spot at where I was trying to throw at When I’m able to do that, it makes it real tough for the hitter to stay balanced.” At The BaUpark in Arlington, Texas manager Johnny Oases was running afever “md foehns absolutely terrible." ' He felt much better after watching his Texas Rangers get a walk, two singles and Rusty Greer’s two-out, two-run double in the eighth inning Monday night, producing a 7-6 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Oates could hardly believe iL “It’s nice to be able to fed a little better as a result of the game,” the Rangers’ manager said. “We snatched that one. We got behind md we were flat. It was one of those games where you ask yourself, ‘Did we really win it?* because it didn't seem like we were with it today,” Oates said. “But Rusty Greer came through, md we did what we needed to do to get enough runs. We snatched one today.” Limn LUMMIS MAJORS Rangers Braves Dodgers Meas Pirates Astros MINORS Marlins Royals Yankees Cubs Padres .    _ .I _ _ Atomics m-iin— 4 rntweS 1- OCCUJCCC nxncco LMS Red Sox Cardinals Whits Sox Twins Royals nusu. Athletics Hnrlrinf Padres 8-1-0 640 5-4-0 4-3-0 2-7-0 2-50 2-60 7-20 640 6-40 540 540 2-7-1 2-5-1 2-70 6-10 6-10 7-10 6-2-1 540 6-4-1 640 440 34-1 470 2-70 14*1 Rom staff reports American Little League scores and summaries. PEEWEE May 6 Cardinals 6, White Sox 2 W — Adam Shipley (2). Jeremy Erben (4); Gomez went 3-for-3 and ptiched a four hitter to lead the Cardinals. Blue Jays 10. Rockies 3 David Medrano. Jerome Bartlett (4) Jerris Springfield. Springfield ; homered in the third and fourth innings. May 7 Padres 7, Phillies 7    \ Royals 8. Orioles 7 May 8 Cardinals 3. Athletics 2 L — Bryan Webb (1); Chance Will (3) John Rhein lander (2); W — Kirk Michalec; Rheinlander 2 hits. 2 runs; Mfchalec pitched a 3-hitter. Ricky Gomez and Michael Tatter had two hits each to lead the Cardinals. Rockies 5, Rockies 3 May 9 Twins 4, Tigers 3 Blue Jays 8. White Sox 8 Mets 6. Padres 5 Red Sox 10, Athletics 6 Chance Wills 3, John Rhein lander (2) W — Blaine Witek (6); Bryan Forester HR; Witek recorded 16 strike outs and went 2-tar-3. MINOR May 7 Athletics 9. Phillies 8 Jason Grohman (3); Chad Tuch (3); W— Tanner Henk (4); Zach Whitehead (2) Marlin 10; Yankees 5 Garrett Macheiec (5) had five strike outs; W — Tyler Smith (3). Bradley Bevil (2) had four strike outs. Ross Dwulet, singled triple and 3RBI; Travis Buchanan, single; Matt Schumann HR; Tyler Smith, single and 2 doubles, Grayson Mechler, 2 jw - singles; Dustin Anderson, SvS'' ! single. Ryan Rushing sin- I Qle J Phillies 11, Padres 5 / Jason Grohman (3); OC Chad Tuch (3); Brandon Car-v" denas (6); Grohman had an unassisted double play at first base. May 9 Angels 7, Cubs 3 May 11 Royals 4, Angels 2 William Brown; Mike Sullivan (5) had eight strike outs.W—John Moreno, Bobby Moreno, James Green, triple and double; Bobby and John Moreno combined six strikeouts. Cubs 11, Padres 6 MAJOR Braves 14, Dodgers 9 Rangers 3, Pirates 0 May 10 Braves 17, Pirates 1 Fence swingers Keith Brangan, left, of the NS National Little Major Division Padres hee been having an exceptional 1996 baseball season. Keith, who pitches and plays shortstop, hee hit six out-of the perk horns runs. Hs hit thras horns runs In orts game on May 9 against the Brewers. Taammats and first baseman Erie Kospp, hit a horns nm In th# Sams gams and ons on May 10. Tbs Padres won both Submitted photos NATIONAL UrVTUI LUMMIS MAJORS Reds 6-1-1 rfWHHPD 41*1 Rockies 640 Padres 640 Brewers $40 BtoaJjHW $40 $40 Marine 1-7-0 MINORS ■. Angels 41-1 Orioles 41-1 Royals 44-1 Dodgers 440 Braves 440 Athletics 24-1 Pirates 240 Rangers 240 DCCUUCCQ rte w CCO Tigers 1200 Red Sox $40 Rangers 740 J Men 740 Twins 640 Mariners 644,,;: Otaris 474 Yankees 47*1 /.^Rockies 340 Expos 340 Cardinals 240 Canyon afhftstM flax muscle at Olympic powsrtlfling moot Nineteen Canyon athletes competed in the Olympic Weightlifting Meet Portion of the Cougar Lift-A-Thon on May 7. Two female lifters had totals that were above United States Weightlifting Federation Junior Nationals qualifying standards. Tyana Michalec in the 50 kilogram weight class totalled 235 pounds and Marci Allen in the 64 kg class totalled 296 pounds to reach national qualifying standards. The following are meet results by weight class, individual, place and total lifted: Boys — 50 Kg class — Jason Hunt, 1st, 245; 64 Kg class — Justin Haioway, 1st. 305; Patrick Quilter, 2nd, 300 pounds; Michael Harper, 3rd, 290; 76 Kg class — Stephen Brockman, 1st, 355; Luke Wright, 2nd, 320; Warren Andrews, 235,3rd; 83 Kg class — Reed Boyd, 1st, 360; Stephen Sprencel, 2nd, 350; 91 kg class — Malcolm Kitchen, 1st, 390; D.J. Piedmont, 2nd, 270; 99 kg class — Mike Broaddus, 1st. 420; Justin Kincheloe, 2nd, 405; John Tootler, 3rd, 340; Sean Robson, 4th. 260; 106 kg — Dustin Maxwell, 1st, 390; Matt Rector, 2nd, 370; Best technician award — Michael Harper; Top seventh grader — Chris Rhodes Top eighth grader — Chris Smith CMS wins third track meet The Canyon Middle School Track team won its third straight track meet April 25 at Alamo Heights. The seventh grade girls team scored 244 points to edge Smithson Valley, 119, and Corbett 107. The eighth grade team scored 170 team to beat Alamo Heights' 152. The following are individual highlights: Amanda Luckemeyer, Jessica Klar, Amelia Vargas and Lauren Reinter ran a season-best 4:47.25 in the 1,600 meter relay. Amber Dombusch was first in the 800m run (2:54.16) and second in the 1,600m run (7:01.56). The team had a first, second and third finish in the IOO hurdles. 400m dash and high jump. In the IOO hurdles, Syndi Anderson (17.28), Lauren Reinter (17.75) and Ashley Overman (18.22) were top three finishers. Finishing 1 -2-3 in the 400m dash ware Reinter (66.50), Overman (69.19) and Luckemeyer (69.84). ;