New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
Tuesday, Oct. 4,1994 ■
m To talk with Sports Editor Michael Condiff about Sports Day, call 625-9144, ext. 24.
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11-under 61 earns 4-some Eagles’ title
1975: The Oakland A’s make their fourth straight playoff appearance.
"Surely the A's are one of the great money teams in the game's history They behave cavalierly on occasion, but when it is time to compete for the long green they are prepared and poised"
— Ron Fimrite Oct. 6, 1975
m Prep Volleyball
I ockhart at New Braunfels: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 6 p.m., varsity, 7 p.m. in the NBHS Gymnasium.
Canyon at Hays Consolidated: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 6 p.m.; varsity,
7 p.m. in the Hays High School Gymnasium, Buda Bastrop at Smithson Valley: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 6 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. in the SVHS Gymnasium.
Bastrop at New Braunfels varsity, 3 p.m. at the NBHS Courts.
■ Prep Football
New Braunfels at Hays Consolidated: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 7 p.m. at Rebel Stadium, Buda.
Canyon at Smithson Valley: freshmen, 5 p.m.; junior varsity, 7 p.m. at Ranger Stadium, Smithson Valley.
■ Prep Tennis
San Marcos at New Braunfels: varsity, 3:30 p.m. at the NBHS Courts.
■ Prep Volleyball
Hays Consolidated at New Braunfels: freshmen, 4 30 p.m.; junior varsity, 4:30 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p.m. in the NBHS Gymnasium.
Smithson Valley at Canyon: freshmen, 4:30 p m.; junior varsity, 4 30 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p m. in the Cougar Den.
■ Prep Football
Hays Consolidated at New Braunfels: varsity, 7:30 p.m. at Unicorn Stadium, New Braunfels.
Smithson Valley at Canyon: varsity. 7:30 p m. at Cougar Stadium, New Braunfels.
■ Lagunas doubles-up Texas titles
SAN ANTONIO — New Braunfels resident Cristina Lagunas was a double title winner at the Texas Adult Sectionals tennis championships in San Antonio last weekend Playing singles at the 4.0 Women’s level, Lagunas defeated Amy Dudley of Plano, 6-7 (3-7), 6-2, 6 1. in the finals on Sunday.
L agunas dropped just one set in the singles bracket. She breezed past Shaun Prince of t louston, 6-0, 6-0 in the first round; Mary Jackson of Austin, 6-0,6-0 in the second round, and Kitty Russell of I iouston, 6-1, 6-1 in the semifinals.
Teaming with Cindy Schneider of San Antonio for the first time, Lagunas also secured the 4 0 Women’s doubles title.
The Lagunas/Schneider combination defeated the state-ranked duo of Lynn Morgan and Nancy Pierce of Duncanville, 4-6,6-3,6-2 in the finals.
Lagunas/Schneider upended a San Antonio team, 6-1, 6-2 'n the first round. Next, they stopped Kelly Gaffga and Sheri Mara of China Springs, 6-1,6-3, and then ousted the second-seeded team of Ellen Gunn and Lynn Newberry of San Antonio, 6-3,6-2, in the semifinals
■ NBTA holds Junior Fall Open
The New Braunfels Tennis Association's Junior Fall Open will be Oct. 8 at 8:30 a.m. at New Braunfels High School.
Entry Deadline is Wedneday at 6 p.m.
, There is a $10 entry fee for singles players, $20 for doubles teams.
For further information, contact Jim Sievers at 625 4853.
From staff reports
The foursome of Bud Blaine, Tex Ritter, Ervin Balusek and Ida Christopher Fired a sizzling 11 -under par 61 to capture the first-place prize in the monthly Fraternal Order of Eagles Golf Tournament.
Two teams carded 9-undcr 63s. Using the Western Breakdown Procedure, the threesome of Ed Christopher, Al Heine-meycr and Clarence Zinkgraf, by virtue of their birdie on No. 18, took the sccond-place prize. Pat Achcson, Ski Hanei-wich, Texas Yeary and Marlene Ache-son accepted third place.
The quartet of Joe Bilio, Gary Ross, Dean Raymond and Jean Shay won the fourth-place prize with their 8-undcr 64.
In the nearest-to-thc-pin contest on No. 12, Ervin Schaeffer hit his tee shot approximately five feet from the hole to win a sleeve of four golf balls.
The next tournament is scheduled for Oct. 25. All members, their ladies and prospective members arc invited to play.
For further information, contact Charlie Smith at 625-8104.
Herald-Zeilung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Smithson Valley's Elisa Villastrigo steps into a return against Lockhart in the No.2 girls' doubles match last Thursday. Vlllastrigo and partner Kathy Collins defeated the Lions' Morrls/Wasoff combination, 6-3,5-7,7-6 (7-3).
SVHS, NB net tennis victories in busy weekend on hardcourts
By MICHAEL CONDIFF
.SMITHSON VAI J .EY — Hie Smithson Valley High School varsity tennis team secured an 8-5 victory over Lockhart on Thursday at the SVHS Courts.
In a team contest cut short by darkness, the Rangers won 4 of 6 girls’ matches and 4 of 7 boys’ events to claim their second victory of the year.
In No. I girls’ singles, the Amanda Schmidt survived a test from Lockhart ’s Feliza Miller, 6-4,6-4. SVHS’ Candice Basse then /ipped past Lassie Wasoff, 8-0, at No.2.
In No.3 singles, the Rangers’ Bethany Welch dropped a tight, 8-6, decision to Lindsey Epivrson. SVHS’ Rhonda Gass and the Lions' Maria Tcllo played to a 5 5 tie.
Hic Nos.4 and 6 girls’ singles matches, involving SVHS’ Eilisa Villastrigo and Kathy Collins, were suspended by darkness. ,
In No. I girls doubles, die Schmidt/Basse combination for Smithson Valley cruised to a 6-2,6-3 victory. At No.2, Collins and Villastrigo held off Lockhart’s Morris/Wasoff in direc sets, 6-3,5-7,7-6(7-3).
The Lions won in No.3 girls' doubles over SVHS’ Sanchez/Williams duo, 7-5,4-6,7-6 (7-4) In No.! boys’ singles, Smithson Valley’s Cody Hevncr dropped a straight-set decision to Lockhart's La) Vazqcz, 6-2,6-2.
The Rangers won die remainder of the boys’ singles matches, however. At No.2, Micah Harper defeated Brent Raschke, 8-4. At No.3, Tustin Criswell outlasted Logan Bock, 8-6. And, at No.6, Michcal Jolmsey rolled over Randy Ruiz, 6-1.
I he Nos. 4 and 5 boys’ singles matches, involving SVHS’ Shay Keen and Erie Stevens, were suspended by darkness.
In No. I boys’ doubles, die Harper/Hevner combination defeated Lockhart's Vazque//Bock duo, 6-3,7 6 (7-3). I lie I .ions did rebound to win bodi the Nos. 2 and 3 doubles matches.
Smithson Valley will play Boerne at 3:30 p.m. Oct. IO at the Fair Oaks Courts and then move on to die District 28-4A Tournament on Oct. 20-21 at New Braunfels High School.
■ Hie New Braunfels High School varsity tennis team won three matches iast week, pushing its season record to 8-2.
Hie Unicorns outlasted San Antonio Madison,
11-7, on Thursday at the NBHS Courts, thai rolled over Canyon, 15-3, and Fredericksburg, 14-4, in team matches on Saturday.
NBHS’ girls team continued to dominate oppo-nails, w inning 27 of 28 confrontations in the three-match span. The Unicorns’ defending state champion girls’ doubles team of Sarah Bode and Andrea Giesick won twice, stopping Fredericksburg’s Mittel/Segner combination in straight seLs, 6-4,6-3, and easing past Madison’s Marisa Garcia/April Wallingford team, 6-0,6-3.
The Unicorns’ top girls’ singles player, Kebekah Forney, dropped just five games in three straight-set victories - and the Unicorns’ top boys’ singles player, Brook ('avert, won twice in straight sets.
Canyon’s victories over New Braunfels on Saturday came in No.4 boys’ singles, where P.J. Gott-
Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL NBHS’ Davinder Toor helped the Unicorns win three matches in three days last week.
sacker got past Jeremy Neilson, 6-2,64; in No. 6 boys’ singles, w here Tommy Thompson snuck by J.T. Hayden, 7-6, 7-6; and in No.2 girls’ doubles, w here the team of Carolyn Melick and Lora Wool-Iven needed three sets to knock off NBHS’ Amy Rector and Patricia Moiris, 7-6, 3-6,64.
Canyon dropped an 11-7 team decision to Fredericksburg. The Cougars won 6 of 9 hoys’ matches, but were successful in only I of 9 girls’ battles — at No. I singles, Sarah Wright won, 6-3,64.
NBHS 11,SA Madison?
(Thursday, Sept 29, at NBHS Courts)
Boys ’ Singles
1 Brook Caved (NB) del Eric Marz (M), 6-2,6-4; 2. Craig Sciantarelli (NB) def. Kevin Cook (M), 4-6,6-3, 6-3; 3 Asher Lewis (M) def Noel Tristan (NB), 6-3,4-6, 6-4; 4. Jonathan McCauley (M) del Julian Tristan (NB), 6-2, 6-2; 5. Matthew Cain (M) def. Adham Saad (NB), 6-1,6 1; 6 David Rangel (M) def. John Ramirez (NB), 6-2,6-2; 7. Davinder Toor (NB) def Stephen Marshall (M), 8-2.
1. Lewis'Ran gel (M) def Cavert/Sciantarelli (NB), 6-4, 2-6, 7-6; 2. Marx/Cook (M) def. Ramirez/N Tristan (NB), 6-7,6-0,6-2; 3. McCauley/Cain (M) def. J. Tristan/Matt Burtch (NB), 3-6, 7-5, 6-2; 4. Chs Lagunas/Josh Miller (NB) def Hernanoez/Schoemaker (M), 8-2,
1. Rebekah Forney (NB) def. Marisa Garcia (M), 6-4,6-0; 2 Tamarra Jenkin (NB) def Marsha Meyer (M), 6-1,6-0; 3. Andrew Giesick (NB) def. April Wallingford (M), 6-0, 6-0, 4 Sarah Bol'e (NB) def. Jayme Stong (M), 6-0,6-1; 5. Alison Bruemmer (NB) def Boi-Chau Nguyen (M), 6-3,6-2; 6 Julie Taylor (NB) def Kim De LaRosa (M), 6-0,6-2.
1. Bolle/Giesick (NB) def Garcia/Wallingford (M), 6-0, 6-3, 2. Forney/Taylor (NB) def. Meyer/Adrienne Angeleri (M), 6-1, 6-2; 3. Jenkin/Bruemmer (NB) def. Nguyen/De La Rosa (M), 6-1,6-2.
Fredericksburg 11, Canyon?
(Saturday, Oct 1, at NBHS Courts)
Boys ’ Singles
1 Greg Roberts (C) def. S. Klein (F), 1-6, 6-2, 64; 2. J. Pruessner (F) del Luke Cannon (C), 7-6,6-2; 3. Lance Johnson (C) def M Swanzy (F), 6-2,6-3; 4. H. Klein (F) def P.J. Gottsacker (C), 7-5, 6-3; 5. Brian
Schwartz (C) def. M. Taliaferro (F), 6-3,6-1; 6 Tommy Thompson (C) def. C. Litton (F), 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 Boys' Doubles
1 S. KleirVPruessner (F) def. Cannon/Barton Adams (C), 6-3, 3-6, 7-6; 2. Schwartz/Johnson (C) def. Swanzy/Taliaferro (F), 6-4, 6-1; 3. Thompson/Gott-sacker (C) def. H. Klein/Heep (F), 6-1, 5-7, 64.
1. Sarah Wright (C) def. R. Mittel (F), 6-3,6-4; 2. J. Mittel (F) def. Carolyn Melick (C), 6-1,6-1; 3. E. Land (F) def. Audrey Krueger (C), 6-0, 7-5; 4. N. Birck (F) def. Lora Woollven (C), 6-1,6-1; 5. L. Lincoln (F) def. Lindsey Glover (C), 6-1,6-1; 6 S. Summers (F) def. B J> Askey (C), 6-0, 6-0.
1. Mittel/Segner (F) def Wright/Krueger (C), 6-1,6-2; 2. Land/Birck (F) def. Melick/Woollven (C), 7-5,6-2;
3 Lincoln/Keeling (F) def Glover/Kit Scarbrough (C), 6-1, 6-0
NBHS 15, Canyon 3
(Saturday, Oct. 1, at NBHS Courts)
1 Brook Caved (NB) def Greg Roberts (C), 6-1,6-0; 2 Craig Sciantarelli (NB) def Luke Cannon (C), 6-1, 6-2; 3. Davinder Toor (NB) def. Lance Johnson (C), 6-1,6-3; 4. P.J. Gottsacker (C) def Jeremy Neilson (NB), 6-2, 6-4; 5. Josh Miller (NB) del Brian Schwartz (C), 5-7,6-3, 7-6; 6 Tommy Thompson (C) def J.T Hayden (NB), 7-6, 7-6.
1. Cavert/Sciantarelli (NB) def. Cannon/Barton Adams (C), 7-5, 6-4; 2. John Ramirez/Noel Tristan (NB) def Schwartz/Johnson (C), 6-0, 7-5; 3 Julian Tristan/Matt Burtch (NB) del Thompson/Gottsacker (C), 6-3, 7-6.
Girls ’ Singles
1. Rebekah Forney (NB) def. Sarah Wright (C), 6-0,6-1; 2. Tamarra Jenkin (NB) def. Carolyn Melick, (C), 6-0,6-0; 3. Andrea Giesick (NB) def. Audrey Krueger (C), 6-0, 6-0, 4 Sarah Bdle (NB) def. Lora Woollven (C), 6-0,6-0; 5. Alison Damarodas (NB) def. Lindsey Glover (C), 6-0, 6-0; 6. Crystal Essman (NB) def. Kit Scarbrough (C), 6-2, 6-0.
1. Damarodas/Amanda Schneider (NB) def. Wright/Krueger (C), 6-0, 6-2; 2. Melick/Woollven (C) def Amy Rector/Patricia Morris (NB), 7-6, 3-6, 6-4; 3 Anneke Kuehler/Carolyn Pillar (NB) def. Glover/Scarbrough (C), 6-4, 6-0.
NBHS 14, Fredericksburg 4
(Saturday, Oct. 1, at NBHS Courts)
1. S. Klein (F) def. Adham Saad (NB), 6-4,6-3; 2. J. Pruessner (F) def Cos Lagunas (NB), 6-3, 1-6,6-2; 3. Davinder Toor (NB) def M. Swanzy (F), 6-4, 6-4; 4 Matt Burtch (NB) def. H. Klein (F), 6-1, 6-4; 5. Will McGuffy (NB) def. M. Taliaferro (F), 7-6, 6-0; 6. T.J. Hand (NB) def. J. Heep (F), 6-2, C-3; 7. McGuffy (NB) def. S. Campbell (F), 6-4,6-3.
1. S. Kiein/Pruessner (F) def. John Ramirez/Noel Tristan (NB), 6-4, 6-1; 2. Josh Miller/Lagunas (NB) def Swanzy/Taliaferro (F); 6-3, 6-2; 3. H. Klein/Heep (F) def. Zach Doleshal/Saad (NB), 7-6, 7-6.
1. Rebekah Forney (NB) def. R. Mittel (F), 6-0,6-0;
2. Tamarra Jenkin (NB) def. J. Segner (F), 6-0,6-1; 3. Andrea Giesick (NB) del. J. Mittel (F), 6-0,6-1; 4 Alison Bruemmer (NB) def. E. Land, (F), 6-3, 6-0; 5 Julie Taylor (NB) def. N. Birck (F), 6-1, 6-2; 6. Amanda Schneider (NB) def. Luisa Lincoln (F), 6-4, 6-1; 7 Anneke Kuehler (NB) def. S. Summers (F), 7-6, 7-5.
Girls ’ Doubles
1. Sarah Bolle/Giesick (NB) def. R. Mittel/Segner (F), 6-4,6-3; 2 Forney/Taylor (NB) def. Land/Birck (F), 6-3,6-1; 3. Jenkin/Bruemmer (NB) def. Lincoln/Keeling (F), 6-0, 6-0
■ Adult NBHS soccer tournament
An Over and Out adult soccer tournament benefitting the New Braunfels High School program will be held OcL 15-16 at the H.E.B. Soccer Fields. Times will be from 12:30 p.m. on Saturday and I p.m. on Sunday.
The 7-on-7 format will be played on a reduced-size field and is open to men and women ages 25-and-up.
Cost for a single entrant is $25 and for a couple is $35.
For further information, contact Bob Rodriguez at 625-5713, Ronnie Baker at 606-0874 or Bobbie Brandenburg at 625-8128.
■ Wild Bunch softball event
The 2nd annual Wild Bunch Softball Tournament — the Battle of the Big Boys — will be held Oci 23 at the Lan-da Park Fields.
The tournament is open to all Class B and C teams. There is a $100 entry fee per team, with guaranteed ASA umpires and prize awards in first-third places.
For further information, contact 629-1254 or 625-8703.
■ Karate instructor three-peats
For the third time in three years, West Haven Academy of Karate blackbelt instructor Brett Riley has won a national championship.
Riley, a 1980 graduate of New Braunfels High School, won the Men’s 2nd-degrec blackbelt heavyweight frec-spar-nng division at the U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation’s 16th annual National Championships, defeating Pete Schoberg of Minnesota in the finals.
“Mr Schoberg and I seem to be trading the individual title every year,” said Riley, who also won in 1992 and 1994. Schoberg won in 1991 and 1993.
Next year, both compeutors will mover into the 3rd-degree heavyweight division, where they’ll attempt to unseat champion Carl Bradford.
More than 400 blackbelt competitors gathered from around the country to compete in the individual forms and free-sparring divisions, as well as team forms and team sparring. Riley is a member of Region 6 (Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas), which placed sixth in the team fomis division.
“This was my first try at team forms and I was really hoping to place in the top five,’’ Riley said.
— submitted pholc Brett Riley gets his hand reised.