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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, October 7, 2003 SCOREBOARD WHATS A H EA D Ready for district play See how the Smithson Valley football team is preparing for its district opener against Highlands Friday. C0M|NQ J THURSDAY HT'-* «*4Sidelines NB golf team sixth Nick Williams fired a round of 2-over par 73 Saturday to lead the New Braunfels golf team to sixth place in a-tournament at Roy Kaiser Golf Course in Austin. As a team, New Braunfels shot 296 Friday and finished with 598 strokes. Canyon placed 11th overall at 615. Jordon Gomez shot a I -over-par 72 Saturday and Tyler Waite 73 for the Unicorns. Josh Ray fired his second consecutive 78 and D.J. Green shot 82. Kris Carnes fired a round of even par 71 to lead the Cougars Saturday. Carnes shot 79 Friday. Bret Verner had rounds of 73 and 77 and Cody Stripling shot 79 and 76 for the Cougars. Michael Carnes fired 78 Sunday and William Hutchison 83. NBCA wins key volleyball game Lesley Glazener served the last eight points of the match, including two aces, and contributed 16 kills on the night as New Braunfels Christian Academy won a huge district tilt on the road at San Antonio New Life Friday, 25-23, 25-16,17-25,17-25,15-7. Nikki Georgacakis was close behind in the kill department with 14 and was followed by Liz Powell with 13, Andrea Ilolman with 12, and JessicaLaneywith ll. Ashley Brusenhan led the Ladycats in serving with a fine 20 of 21 effort while I lolman was 16 of 17. New Life edged the junior varsity Ladycats in a hard-fought contest 20-25,29-27, 15-12. Chuck Hughes NB subvarsity schedule changed Athletic director Rick Rhoades announced last week that the schedule for the New Braunfels subvarsity football games Thursday has been changed. The freshman “White” team will play at 4 p.m. Thursday at Smithson Valley against the Smithson Valley freshman “White" team. The freshman “Blue” team will host Del Valle at 5 p.m. Thursday and the junior varsity will play Del Valle at 7 p.m. at Unicorn Stadium. Aristocats golf event Saturday The Canyon I ligh School Aristocats are hosting their 3rd Annual Aristocat Golf Tournament Saturdays the North-cliffe Country Club. The tournament will be a Florida Scramble and players can make their own teams. The entry fee is $60 per player. The proceeds from the tournament will help the Aristocats Dance learn pay for their trip the national finals in Florida. For more information call Spike or Karen Blevins at (210) 651-9372 or e mail [email protected] DAVID INGRAM/Herald/Zeitung Smithson Valley senior Amber Mueller goes for a kill during the Rangers three-game win over Harlandale.Canyon JV, freshman win Justin Rester scored two touchdowns to lead the Canyon junior varsity football team to a 35-0 victory over Dripping Springs Thursday. Rester broke open a close game by scoring first on a 17-yard pass from quarterback J.D. Runz late in the first quarter and then on a 10-yard run early in the second. Jerris Springfield got the Cougars started with a 90-yard kickoff return to open the game. After Resters two scores gave the Cougars a 20-0 lead, Kirk Michelac added a 5-yard touchdown run. Matt Conklin closed out the scoring with a 28-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The Canyon freshman teams split with Dripping Springs as the "Red" team won 28-6 and the "White" team fell 8-0. In the first quarter, quarterback Jaimin Shaw ran in from 18-yards out to give the Cougars a 7-0 lead. In the second half, the Cougars took control. Derek Walls scored on a 10-yard run and one the ensuing kick off, Stephen Viljoen recovered a fumble at the 10-yard line. Viljoen then scored from eight yards away. After Viljoen made an interception, the Cougars completed the scoring on a 36-yard run by Dallas Figol. SENIORS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Trio separating next year include playing on varsity as sophomores. “It was a thrill to play on varsity as a sophomore," Mueller said. “I looked up to the seniors then and I learned a lot from them.” Werchen agreed that playing as a sophomore taught her lessons that are benefiting the team today. “As an underclassman, there’s so much you can learn from the seniors,” Werchen added. “Now that I’m a senior, I hope I can be a mentor to the underclassmen." Teuton is a two-year letter winner and she said her highlight as an athlete is being able to represent Smithson Valley on the volleyball court. While the three seniors are enjoying their time on the court this season, it is also bit tersweet because they know that when the season ends, so will their long run as teammates. All three hope to attend area colleges‘next year, but have differing aspirations. Teuton plans to brither her education at Texas A&M and, after college, she wants to run a Christian camp similar to the T Bar M camp. Werchen would like to continue playing volleyball in college. Texas State, Trinity, and Incarnate Word have all shown interest in her volleyball skills. After she finishes college, Werchen said she plans to be a neo-natal nurse. Mueller is undecided about what college to attend, but she does see volleyball in her life in the future. She said her long-term goal is to coach the sport she loves. Though Werchen, Mueller and Teuton will no longer wear Smithson Valley volleyball uniforms after this season, they say they will always fondly remember their volleyball days.Fall Aliency 5tu4y Volunteers are needed for a Fall Allergy Study ‘ involving an investigational medication. 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