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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas N BMS track teams finish high at meet HerB\4-Z6ituny New Braunfels roxas New Braunfels Middle School's 7th grade boys track earn took first place in the STAC District Track meet New Braunfels was led by Kyle Herman who scored wo first place finishes in the long jump (17 feet, IO11 in :hesi and the I IO hurdles (17.21 seconds) The Ponies also had seven second place finishes in chiding Chris I.easman in the shot put and discus Matt Pusateri in the high jump. Jason Turner in the pole vault. Jacob Leos in the KOO and Chuck Herrera in the JOO hurdles In additition, the mile relay team took second place In third place for New Braunfels was Herman in the discus and the 200 and Rudv Ybarra in the IOO Wade Lindemann was fourth for New Braunfels in the JOO hurdles while teammates Andrew Gallegos and I)avid Green finished fifth in the JOO hurdles and 1600 run respectively Jacob Leos was sixth in the too dash The New Braunfels seventh grade girls team placed eighth, led by Robin Reidel, who tied for third in the high jump and won third outright in the hurdles She also took fourth in the discus and fifth in the too Christin (fumbles was fifth in the hurdles and the 200 The Ponies’ mile relay team finished sixth New Braunfels’ eighth grade boys and girls teams piae ed fourth at the meet The Colts’ girls team was led by Celeste Colvin who finished third in the triple jump and discus Kim Brink who took third in the long jump and Robin Schwab who took third in the hurdles Denis Diaz was fourth in the KOO. w’hile the 400 and KOO relay teams also finished fourth Taking fifth place for the Colts was Shannah Doege in the KOO Jessica Schwaub in the IOO, Bonnie Gonzales in the 400 and the mile relay team The Colts’ boys team had three first place finishes Dal Hunter won the KIK) run (2:OR 77) and the mile 4 55 1K». while Quentino Hernandez won in the pole vault ■ IO O) The Colts’ mile relay team took second and Tommy Cupil was third in the 200 Adam Hernandez was fourth in the pole vault for New Braunfels and the 400 relay team also took fourth Hunter also took fifth in the long jump while Brian Martinez was fifth in the 400 Taking sixth place for the Colts was Martinez in the long jump and Serna in the KOO Quest for the Black Belt What s it like to obtain a Black Belt in the American Society of Karate ’ The testing is broken up into four three hour sessions There is the mental aspect of karate covered in a three hour test of at least JOO ques tions Then comes the physical portion The second night covers stamina a potential Black Belt must he able to run a mile in under six minutes jump rope for five minutes and do a hundred sit ups and push ups And that s just the first two days The third day consists of skill testing The candidate must perform all of his kicking techniques at groin then chest and head levels for a total of some »mi I JKK) kicks The following night he performs all of his hand techniques self defense manuevers and weapons Kata s Before any A S K Black Belt can didate can gain the honor of testing he she must first lead a team Rockets through a survival camp This is a weekend long affair without food and sometimes without water Then the participant must run what is call ed ’Tri Star ” The Tri Star is run after a weekend of activities at a karate camp near Double Lake. Wolf Creek National Park It is a triangular course which consists of running an obstacle course running back to the lake rowing across it again, then running back to the start Only after all of this can the candidate begin his testing procedure Sounds pretty tough’ Well ask Roger Haggard if it was worth it The answer will be a resounding yes Haggard. 21 is an NCO in the Air Force working in personnel process ing He began his martial arts training in 1984 and progressed through the ranks shedding both a lot of sweat and some of his own blood An above average student and athlete Haggard has won many awards in karate including many first and second-place awards in both sparring and kata Sparring is the actual fighting while kata is a fie titious battle where the contestant fights imaginary opponents Haggard has also earned the RIack Belt Medal one of the highest awards that can be obtained The medal is given only by someone who has just obtained his Black Belt The owner of the new Black Belt states that he thinks that person can obtain his own Black Belt which only one rn Vin do The recipient of the medal has two years to attain the belt or the medal is lost Haggard is now one of only three Black Belts within the Hill Country Karate Society He is also the club s demo team lead by head instructors Nick and Angel Smith For information on the club call the Smiths at 629 6686 or come by their Thursday night classes at the New Braunfels Middle School Continued from Paqe 8A throu with five seconds left after being fouled by Chamt>ers Sampson missed the second free throw but Olajuwon got the rebound He then missed an eight-foot baseline jumper at the buzzer Chambers had scored on a three point play with 15 seconds left in the first overtime to put the Sonics ahead 115 114 He drove in for stuff off a long pass from Nate McMillan and was fouled by Robert Reid He converted the free throw Seattle had sent the game into overtime by scoring the last five points in regulation on a basket by Xavier McDaniel, who finished with 24 points from the key with 46 seconds to go and a three point play by Kills with 25 seconds to go Kills scored on a breakaway layup after McMillan stripped Dirk Minniefield of the ball and fired ,■ full court pass to Kills Robert Reid fouled Kills on the play and Kills hit the free throw to tie the score IOT in? < Majuwon missed a 20 foot baseline jumper with one se cond left in regulation play With the score tied 102-102, Olajuwon hit a lo foot lur naround jump shot with I 22 to go md then hit a free throw after being fouled by Seattle center Alton Lister on the play Lister fouled out on the play Olajuwon hit a pair of free throws with 55 seconds remaining for a 107-102 Houston lead He scored 14 ot his points in the last quarter The Sonics led 46-28 after the first quarter hut the Rockets rallied in the second for a *8 *4 halftime ad vantage holding Seattle to inst IK points in the quarter Houston built its lead to ll points at 74-6:1 with ( 42 left in the third quarter and was in front 84-78 going into the final quarter The score was lo? IOT at the end of regulation play and 115-115 at the end of the first overtime Scoreboard On the air Texas League FRIDAY 1 pm Coif RGA Seniors I nited Hospitals Classic First round t p rn KS RN ti p rn    Baseball Atlanta    at Rib sburgh WTBS 4pm Boxing Kvander Holyfield vs Hickey Barkey in junior heavyweight unification title bout SHOW SATURDAY Noon    Baseball Chicago    Cubs at Houston KMOL lpm    Golf PGA Colonial    National Invitational KKNS 2pm Golf RGA Seniors I nited Hospitals Classic second round KSRN 2pm    Miscellaneous W ide    World of Sports featuring Western States hindrance Hun and Rreakness Preview KSAT 2 $0 p rn Basketball SBA Con ference Final game KKNS t p rn    Baseball Baltimore at California. KMOL i Ut p m    Horse racing Rreakness Stakes KSAT 4pm Auto racing Indianapolis .on Time Trial Day ! ESPN 6pm Baseball Atlanta at Pitt sburgh WTBS 6 to pm Hockey Stanley < up Playoffs Wales Conference Champion ship Game 7 KSRN By the Assocmtad Brass FIRST HALF EASTERN DIVISION VV L    Pct    GB Shreveport (Giants)    21    16    668 Arkansas (Cards)    19    17    628    I    s Tulsa (Rangers)    15    20    429    5 Jackson (Metsl    13    23    161    7'6 WESTERN DIVISION W L    Pct    GB Wichita (Padres)    21    16    568 E) Paso 'Brewers)    20    1 7    541    I San Ament (Ddgrs)    18    17    514    2 Midland (Angsts)    17    18    486    3 Thursday s Games Wichita 4 Shreveport 1 San Antonio 8 Tulsa 4 Arkansas 3 Midland 2 El Paso 9, Jackson 7 Today's Games Wichita at Shreveport San Antonio at Tulsa .Arkansas at Midland Jackson at Kl Paso NHL Local sports FRIDAY Track and field ( lass 4A stale meet Austin * FRIDAY SATURDAY ll to am Tennis New Braunfels Leigh Ann Forney in ('lass 4A state tourna men!, Austin at Pennick Courts If Forney wins she will play at 4 p rn Friday If she wins the second she will play in the finals at ll a rn Saturday NBA Playoffs By The Associated Press CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best of Seven) Tuesday s Games Houston 112. Seattle 107 L A Lakers IIH Golden Stale loo L A leakers wins series 4 I Wednesday s Games Detroit 104, Atlanta % Detroit wins series Ti Milwaukee 129 Boston 124. Boston leads series 3-2 Thursday s Game Seattle 128. Houston 125. 2()T Seattle wins series 4-2 Today's Game Boston at Milwaukee Sunday's Game Milwaukee at Boston if necessary CONFERENCE FINALS (Best ot seven) Saturday's Games Seattle at L A Lakers i Hest of Conference Final schedule TBA) Stanley Cup Playoffs Bv The Associated Press CONFERENCE FINALS Wednesday's Game Kdmonton 'i Detroit i Kdmonton wins ret ies 4-1 Thursday's Game Philadelphia t Montreal I Philadelphia wins series 4 2 STANLEY CUP FINALS (Best of Seven) Sunday's Game Philadelphia at Kdmonton Wednesdays Game Philadelphia at Kdmonton Friday May 22 Kdmonton at Philadelphia Sunday Ma , 24 Kdmonton at Philadelphia Tuesday May 26 Philadelphia it Edmonton it necessary Thursday May 28 Kdmonton at Philadelphia it necessary Saturday May 30 philadelphia at Kdmonton it necessary Leaders Today's Maior Leaque Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING -Pi at bats KHenderson New York i47 seltzer Kansas (, tty 145 (•ant lier Milwaukee 43. Downing California (36 Fletcher Texas (Lf Kipken Baltimore ><3 HI NS ({Henderson New York >3 Downing California 28 Hipken Baltimore 27 Handolph New York 26 Joyner California 35 Winfield New York 25 HBI Hipken Baltimore >4 Downing California 28 GWard Nevi \ irk 28 DwKvans Boston 27 GBell Toronto 26 Incaviglia Texas 26 Joyner California. 26 HITS Hipken Baltimore 45 Downing, ( aliforniu 43 Puckett Minnesota 43 RHenderson New York 42 5 are tied with 40 DGI BLES Fabler Cleveland 12 MDavis Oakland ll Calderon Chicago 10 DwKvans Boston IO; Hipken Baltimore, to TRIPLES Seltzer Kansas City. > Browne Texas, J Newman Minnesota i PBradlev Seattle 23 are tied with 2 HOME Hi NS Downing. California ll Incaviglia Texas ll Hipken Baltimore 11 McGwire Oakland IO Phelps Seal tie. IO STOLEN BASKS H Henderson New York 18 Hedus. Chicago, 15; PBradlev, Seattle, 14, 5 are tied with a Bring in this Coupon for •I" OFF at Spectator ticket gate MAY 16 ONLY ★ ADDED ATTRACTION Hollywood Stunt driver Brian Carson will drive EXPLODING POLICE CARI RACES AT • PM GATES OPEN AT S SAN ANTONIO RACEWAY I -rn i mm    TO    r    'wA    U    im*    «10 » *w> 4 Smi    | NS    (911) 332-5423    J Friday    1987 Page 9A Briefly Volleyball tournament benefits Black Heritage There will be a co ed volleyball tournament on .Saturday from 8 a rn until 4 pm at the Holy Family Church The tournament will benefit the Black Heritage Society for a college scholarship fund The event is spon sored by Miller Lite and Fave Millett for Miss Juneteen Queen ' can didate Sherry Krvin The entry fee is $35 For more in formation contact Pave Millett at 629 1H39 N BMS sweeps district tennis The seventh and grade tennis teams at New Braunfels Middle School took the district title on ’-atur day the eighth grade team totaled 23 points with Kirby Junior High com mg in second with 16 Beryl Bailey and C eleste Colvin took first in A girls doubles while Brev Bedford and Chad I/)ftin received first in A boys double*-Derek Anderson won first place in B ’ boys singles and Stacy Bruem mer won first in B girls singles The B” girls doubles team of Melissa Pustka and Laura V\ Ison placed first, while Allison Tilly won second in A' girls singes The seventh grader- won Aith 32 points over Canyon Middle School s 16 The "B boys single title went to Ryan Williams and B girls doubles team of Shealyn Kiesling and Kim Caffoy also won first Meredith Hardeman and Amy Reneau took so cond in * A" girls doubles while Kevin Vann won second in V and B” girls singles respectively A” doubles team Donnie Rodr quez and Gooff Barr placed third while Chris Leasman and Jonathan Jarrett also took third in B boys doubles The STAC District tournament was held at the NBHS courts with eight schools from the conference participating N B runners win again Several members of the New Braunfels Running Club participated in organized road races last weekend Ben Hooker blazed through the < tire Children s Cancer 5K Run Saturday winning first place in the lo year and younger age group with a finishing time of 27 ll Dale Witt and Robin Nichols par ticipated in the Baptist Memorial Hospital System l‘*K Run finishing with times of (H ii and 46 2’ respectively The majority of the dub runners assembled for the popular Randolph ATC Classic Halt Marathon 13 1 miles Sunday it th** Randolph air Force Base in San Antonio Runners from New Braunfels finishing in the top of their divisions were Martha Hooker who took third in the women s to ,5 division with a time of I 36 >9 Dianne Pepptn who took second in the 45-49 division with a time of I 5‘2 18 and Jean Weissmtller placing fourth in the >o-54 division with a time of I >7 >8 Other club members running were Court Thieleman I 28 28 Lee Brandt, 1:29 20; Ray Koehn I 29 20 Diane Pepin I 43 (8 and Keno! Pepin, I 59 07 OakRun 5K on May 23 A five kilometer > I mile run will take place at the OakRun Sub division beginning at H a m on Muv 23 F.ntry fees are $6 and $8 after May 18 Proceeds will benefit the ( hiidren s Emergency Shelter which will provide a safe temporary home for abused children Runners are encouraged to secure donor sponsors The OakRun Sub division is located on Texas 46 off I/Kip 337 For more information contact Shav Noah at 625 8933 NBsoccer needs refs The New Braunfels Soccer Referees Association is looking for people in terested in becoming referees to of ficiate youth games Games are played at New Braunfels Canyon Lake and Bulverde Anyone interested should call Pete Gerko at 629 4266 or Paul Barsch at 625-2742 for more informa tion Parks looks to host volleyball tournament The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department would like ’n host a tbree* person team volleyball tournament using the sand coup in Panda Park The fee is $20 per team and a double elimination type tournament will be used All fees must be received bv May 20 Games will be played starting lune I at 6 p rn and lasting through June 5 Kaeh team may have two women and one man or two men and one woman Teams will be designated as to who will call lines and nets For more information contact Charlie Sandberg at 625 5818 I ball League meets May 20 There will be a T ball League meeting on May 20 at 7 JO p rn at the First Federal conference room Tho purpose of the meeting s to elect new league officers lor next season and to vote on proposed rule changes \H league officials and coaches are urged to attend Parents are also welcome but no children please Youth Festival set for May 23 Come one come all to the Youth Festival May 2 at Cypress Bend Park During the course of the day from 9 a rn until n«H>n we will have a kite Hying contest clowns passing out balloons (ace painting and a clown teaching children how to tie balloons There will also a dunking booth and carnival-type games tor the children outdoor games will also tie administered by the summer playground 'tall This event will touch off the Park md Recreation Department > Summer Playground program for 1987 For more information contact ( harlie Sandtierg at 62’> >x 1 h Three Parks Run set for June 13 The New Braunfels Running ( ut* will host the Three Parks a.UOO-meter Run rn Panda Park on June 13 This is a (un- run and local eg ger.s runners and yes even trudgers' ire encouraged to pat tieipate Anyone interested in information regarding the run may call Ray or Beverly Koehn ut 629-0299 or Keith Maxwell at 625-9774 Karate classes now offered Karate classes are tieing offered continually throughout the spring Cops & Robbers 2nd Annual Benefit Softball Tournament 9 am Sat. May 16th at Camp Comal Softball Park in New Braunfels. * Benefit for The Emergency Ch ild re n's Shelter Teams from N.B Jaycees, NB National Guard N B. Utilities Converse P D , Kerville R D Houston DPS Alamo Area Crime Prevention TV 4 TV 5 Et our local Cop’s Come see the display at the Ball Park Dunking Booth Raffle Bake Sale US    $14,000    worth    Mr    McGruff Army Displays    of    Prizes Jumping Bag    Cobra Gunship U.S.AF. Helicopter Sentry Dogs Cold Drinks, Wurst Sausage, Hoi dogs, Popcorn Addmisson $1 Donation— on sale at Pat’s Place, DPS Off., NBPD and at the gate ( ISSC- meet on Mondays and Tr ir-oav- at I ho New Braunfels Mid die School from 6 JO p rn until 7 30 p rn Registration for the advanced classes which meet on these days will take place Thursday Another lass mw*t- on Tuesday from 6pm until 7 JO p rn at Carl Schurz Flementary School Registra Don for a new session for this class is scheduled for May 5 The classes are being offered through New Braunfels LSD Com mumty Fducation For more information please call 620-6200 Co ed v ball tourney scheduled in June \ coed volleyball tournament for A B and C division teams will be part of the activities at (fur Lady of perpetual Help Church's Summer Festival This double elimination tournament will take place on June 13-14 Registration deadline is June 5 Fur more information call Robert Rodriquez a* 625 -7300 or 629-3379 Parks Department announces V ball info The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Summer 87 Volleyball League will be accepting sponsors fee- up int ii May 27 The cost is $25 per team Player fees will be $1 per player and be leadline for these fees is June 2 This hold*- ’rue for all four leagues 'he Women-s X R and C anc the Co Rec League p! iv begin*- June 9 in the B league June J* rn the X .eague June ! in the ( league and June 14 in Co Rec MI game*- will be played at the Haymarket olleybali cour’.- located >r* ( on*.a1 Street and all garner begin it c* pn K • more "formation please contact Charlie Sandberg at ’ '3 a a or go ny ’ne Parks office located in Land a Park one block from ihe entrance N B soccer camp begins in June The New Braunfels -oceer camp lor .ouths will ne June 8-12 at the H K B Complex The camp will last from 9 a rn to I p m Monday through Friday I >ead!ine for entry is Mav 16 Ute Oroam/ed by the OHirers of Comal County Hosted By Joe Milter Wholesale Beers loc E«(jm np KNAPPER String Trimmer$ during SNAPPERS Nohono< Spring Sovmgs Get a FREE p poc* age of ne anj a 6 pac* of Snapped o*' wo en you purchase a SNAPPER Trimmer a? 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