New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 10Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas
f riday, November 15 1991Briefly
Jr. all-star game Saturday
The New Braunfels Junior Football League will have its annual All-Star Game at Canyon High School on Saturday at 6 p.m.
All-stars for the league-champion Red Raiders and third-place Toros will meet the all-stars from the second-place Bears, the fourth-place Lions and fifth-place Mustangs.
Admission is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children.
The league has been in existence for 16 years. Many past and present high school players at Canyon and New Braunfels got their start in the NBJFL, before playing for their schools in the seventh grade.
'Hie players excel by learning football basics, getting in shape and being an important part of a team sport. The knowledge gained from this experience has benefited many players, prc-! paring them for future years in foot-; ball.
B-ball league meets Nov. 19
The New Braunfels Junior Basketball League is having a meeting on Tuesday which all interested coaches
* should attend.
The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. in the <. library meeting room, and it is very ! important that anyone who wants to
* coach in the league be present. The league is for boys and girls in Grades 4-6.
At I p.m. Tuesday, immediately I acceding the coaches’ meeting, there will be an administrative board meeting. Anyone interested in becoming a . board or committee member should attend the 7 p.m. meeting.
For more information, call Rac Ann Rocdcr at 629-0205 or Doris Galloway at 625-17IO.
Thanksgiving darts In UC Diddlcsticks iii Universal City is hosting a Thanksgiving Turkey Shootout, with the New Braunfels . .Dan Organization taking part in the , tournament.
. The $ 1,700 dart tournament is sancuoncd by the American Dart Organization and will run from Nov. •22-24 at the Universal City dart club.
, There is an entry fee, but it vanes depending on the category which a given dart thrower is entering. Call Sherri or John at 658-3411 for more information
Lee’s plans turkey tourney
A 4-man turkey scramble golf tournament is slated for Sunday, Nov. 24 ai I p.m. at Lee’s Par 3, located on Klein Rd The cost is $25 per person and the proceeds will benefit Teen Connection.
■ • To sign up call Larry Blinders at 625-9512 or Lee at Lee’s Par 3 at JUKM653.
Ducks banquet Nov. 19
•* Organizers of the 13th Annual New ‘.Braunfels Ducks Unlimited Banquet ‘have set this year’s event for Tuesday. •Nov 19atthcElksLxjdge.
;* “Invitations have been sent to all
Psi and jwescnt local D U. members, you would like lo attend contact » Jean or Betty at Citizens Bank at ; f>29-2265 for ticket information,” said
* Michael Meek, chairman of the local ! DU chapter.
I I Tickets this year are again $50,
which includes the banquet and a full year’s membership in Ducks Unlimited. Wildlife art, guns and other items will be exhibited in several raffle and auction formats. The purpose of the event is to raise funds for North American wet-lands preservation.
Barry’s sponsors contest
Barry’s Under Pass Saloon will again sponsor an area hunting contest, in which local deer hunters etui compete in numerous categories.
Hunters can bring in deer throughout the season, and Barry’s has cold storage space available if needed.
Barry’s will measure and weigh anything brought in, and winners for all of the contest’s categories will be determined at die end of the season.
Included among the categories is an archery contest for best all-around buck.
Several categories arc Comal County-spedfie, with awards for heaviest huck, most points, widest horn spread and heaviest doc. Those four categories will also be figured on an all-county basis.
The best all-around huck shot by a 12-or-younger hunter will cam a trophy, as will the 65-and-oldcr hunter who brings in the hest all-around huck.
There arc also contests for best all-around mule deer (any stale), heaviest hog and longest-bearded turkey.
Other trophies arc available in the human beard-growing contest, for best-looking and scroungier. There will also be an arm wrestling contest.
NBGA alters slgn-up plan
The New Braunfels Golf Association is changing its sign-up procedure for the club’s Saturday golf tournaments.
Members can sign up in the meeting room at the Luanda Park golf course any time from the Saturday prior to the tournament until 11 a.m. on Friday, or by calling 625-9881 on Thursday between 5-6 p.m. to play on Saturday.
Pairings will be made on Friday, and a copy will be left at the Landa pro shop Players will be able to find out their tee times by calling the pro shop (625-3225) on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning.
lf you have any questions, contact tournament director Ski Hanoi wich at 620-0223.
Rec offers volleyball
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering opcn-play volleyball ai the Luanda Rec Center on Tuesday evenings.
Play begins at 7:30 p.m., and it is supervised by Steve •Serna. The fee for the program is $1 per person, and anyone is welcome to attend. For more information, please call 620-PLAY.
Taekwondo at Rec Center
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is cosponsoring taekwondo arid self-defense classes this fall with San Marcos Taekwondo.
Taekwondo is a mania) art thai develops a person both physically and menially, while enhancing selfesteem. This wopram will benefit
people of all ages.
Classes arc now in session at the Landa Recreation Center. Class times arc 6:15 p.m. for children ages 6-11 and 7:15 p.m for ages 12-adult. Classes will meet every Monday, and Thursday.
The fee for this program is $38 per month, with $20 for a second family member and $|5 for a third. A uniform is required and may be purchased through the instructor. To register, call the luanda Rec Center. For more information, call 620-PLAY or 620-KICK.
Water works classes
Water works classes arc currently offered at the Hill Country RV Park.
The classes will take place in an indoor heated pool, and sessions will run three times a week. There will be evening sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and a Saturday class at 9 a.m.
For more information, call instructor Candace Wells at 625-4416. Tennis lessons offered
Tennis lessons at the Prince Solms Tennis Courts arc offered monthly through the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department.
lessons meet once a week, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, beginning. Dick Buhl is the instructor. The fee is $25 per month.
Students may register al the Rec Center between noon and 9 p.m. on Monday through Friday. For more information, call 620-PLAY.
Elks’ hoop-shoot Jan. 11
New Braunfels Elks’ I xxigc #2279 will sponsor a hoop-shoot contest on Jan. ll, starting at 1:30 p.m. in the New Braunfels High School gym.
All boys and girls ages 8-13 on April I, 1992, will be eligible to enter the hoop-shoot contest.
All entries to this confest must be made through the physical education class at the participant’s school.
For more information, contact Lee E. Simpson at 620-5917.
Scholarships still available
More than 100,000 collegiate athletic scholarships arc available each year to male and female high school and junior college student athletes.
Contrary to popular belief, students don’t have to be all-state to qualify. Much of this money goes unused. A new publication with forms, sample letters and tables of factual information is available for student athletes.
It takes them step by step through die important process of getting an athletic scholarship and includes college and conference listings.
For details on how to get a collegiate athletic scholarship, send a large self-addressed, stamped envelope to the National Sports Foundation, 612A Willow Drive, P.O. Box 940, Oakhurst, NJ. 07755.
Aerobics classes meet
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an ongoing “Dance Aerobics” class taught by Terry Rogue. Gasses arc held Monday through Saturday at the Landa Recreation Center from 9-10:15a.m.
The fee is $2 per class or monthly
Game of year: Seminoles vs. Canes
*, TALLAHASSEE, Fla (AP) — The Miami Hurricanes’
> .defense has produced a first-round NFL draft choice every .^year since 1987 This year, it’s the anonymous IL
■*♦ On Saturday, they TI try lo stop lop ranked Florida .* Astate, the nation’s most heralded offense.
“People say we have no big names,” Miami tackle \ ‘Anthony Hamlet said “But if all 11 guys on the field do / ithc job, which we’ve done all year, we’ll have everything
> itaken care of.**
J*' The second-ratiked Hurricanes (8-0) have allowed just \ 58 points, which leads tire nation They’ve done it with £ nary an All American.
> “That s what's good about our defense ’’ tackle Erie \ Miller said “No one’s relying or one person Everyone*
gelling the publicity It’s good for the team .* Florida State, by contrast, has a backfield lull of big *• run lies There’* quarterback Casey Weldon, a Heisrnan
fees of $15 for twice a week, $20 for three times a week or $30 for unlimited classes. Babysitting is available. For more information call the Rec Center at 620-PLAY.
Golf cards available
The 1991-1992 Golf Fore Sight cards are now for sale, benefitting the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness.
The non-profit organization is selling the Golf Fore Sight cards for $35, with proceeds helping to fund free glaucoma and vision screenings in the local community.
Participating are 19 courses in the San Antonio arca, with those courses
waiving full or partial green fees. The card is a $300 value.
Local courses taking part arc Lee’s Par 3 and the Woodlands at Canyon Lake.
Cardholders can enjoy playing one round of golf free at most of the participating courses and driving ranges. Restrictions apply on fees and play time at all of the Blue (San Antonio) and Green (South Texas) cards.
For more information, call 342-3292 or write the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness, San Antonio Branch, 10205 Oasis, Suite 202, San Antonio 78216.
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Trophy contender, tailbac k Amp I xx:, a junior who already has 37 career touchdowns; and fullback Fxlgar Bennett, a standout runner, blocker and receiver The Seminoles (10-0) have already soiled the reputation of one powerhouse. In a victory at Michigan seven weeks ago, Florida State rang up 51 points, tile most ever against the Wolverines on their field.
Coach Bobby Bowden’* team is averaging 41 points and 469 yard.* per game to rank third and sixth in the nation. The Seminoles pass and run with equal explosiveness.
“I don't think they’ve hear tested,” Miami end Rusty Medcaris said. “I don’t think they’ve been up against a great defense yet.”
“ Die big thing I know about their defense is thai they arc* No, I against die score,” Bowden said. “To me, that’s the most important statistic you put in tire books.’*
Continu«e from Pap* •
•I “Dean’s Mr. Consistent. He •; doesn’t do anything clearly outstand-
> mg, but he exceeds expectations in
• every dung,” Wilkins said, “He's •J very solid, a good defender and
> doesn’t make many errors ”
% Brei Riedel is a sophomore in his •j firs! year on the varsity, alter benefit-; ting from a season on the JV,
i ‘ Probably die best thing I ever did ’ was playing him un the J V as a freshman rather durn the vanity,” Wilkins ;• said “He lias made tremendous \ improvement. He’s a leaper, he’s ♦J smooth, a great shooter and he lakes it / to the basket well. Bret’s one of the ; kind who’s going to get bena arid bet-
• ter with each game ”
• Wilkins said New Braunfels cur-! rcmly has the type of team ready to be ‘ a factor in district arid lo liave a chance ; to win any game
“The last two years, we've really Struggled to rebuild The rebuilding •I^process is complete,” he said. ' v‘Because of our youth, a lot of people »ay this is a (abuilding year V
X “We think we’re there. And we
dunk we liave a chance to be competitive We know die competition is
extremely difficult, but that’s what we’re playing for anyway.**
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