New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, October 26, 2005
SPORTS SHORTSGAME RESULTS
Coaches are encouraged to submit results via fax (606-3413) or e-mail ([email protected]
). Entries must be legible and indicate which grade or team is participating (e.g. 9th grade white; 7th grade B team). Results will appear as space allows.
MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
NB 7th A def. Corbett, 25-5, 25-8
Leading players: Allison Smajstrla 12, Samantha Rich 9
NB 7th B def. Corbett, 25-5, 25 10
Leading players: Landre Nattinger 24, Morgan McMillan 10 (offense); Lauren Cooper (defense)
NB 8th A def. Corbett, 25-22, 25-23
Leading player: Kristen Wersterfer
NB 8th B def. Corbett, 25-12, 25-16
Leading player: Paige BuckLEAGUES/EVENTS
Canyon TV Pregame Party
Canyon High School has been selected for a live broadcast before Friday's Marble Falls football game at Cougar Stadium. WOAI-TV will broadcast the event during its 5 p.m. and 6
p.m. news shows and Kiolbassa Provision company will provide 200 sausage wraps and 200 units of water. Also, a catfish dinner will be served from 5-7 p.m. inside the cafeteria. Cost is $10. Call Sherri Flowers at (830) 627-1583 or (830) 660-1465.
NB Bombers Players Needed
The New Braunfels Bombers' 92 Royal under-14 fastpitch softball team needs two experienced players to join the team. Call Kerry Gaddis at (512) 398-2434.
Sts. Peter and Paul Basketball Registration
Sts. Peter and Paul CYO has regis
tration for its fall league under way. Children ages 4 and older can sign up for the league at Vivroux Sporting Goods. Call Bob Wilson at (830) 708-4061.
Lady Rapids Soccer Tryouts
The Under-11 New Braunfels Lady Rapids select soccer team is seeking players born between Aug. 1, 1994 and July 31,1995. CallTiffany Pickens at (830) 237-6370.
Dallas Desperados Football Tryouts
The Dallas Desperados Arena League football team is staging tryouts at Texas Stadium in Irving Nov. 5. After initial evaluations, selected players will participate in elite drills
designed to further gauge players for suitability to the game. Tryouts begin at 7 a.m. Pre-registration is $60; $65 on the day of the tryout. Call JimTolbert at (972) 785-4014.
Wurstfest Soccer Tournament
The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association and Rapids Soccer Club is holding the 17th annual Wurstfest Soccer Tournament Nov. 12-13. The affair will boast teams throughout the state competing in under-9 through under-14 age divisions in various levels. Registration is open through Tuesday, with late registration available through Nov. 5. Go to nbyouthsoccer.com or call Janna Fink at (830) 379-5121.
tore her ACX,” Gombert said of 11 art man. “I was very7 proud of her work ethic, because she came back ahead of schedule, which is tough to do.
"It means everything to her because shes a senior, and like the rest of the team she worked hard in the offseason.”
Gombert said Hartman’s return symbolized the team’s togetherness.
“This is a very close group,” she said. “ I hey take care of each other and encourage each other, and they helped encourage her to get back in time for the playoffs.”
SA West Campus
After entering the game in a three-way tie, the Bulldogs won the 28-3A championship Tuesday with a 12-25, 25-15, 25-12,25-19 victory over West
NB Basketball League
Registration has begun at Vivroux Sporting Goods for the New Braunfels Basketball League's fall season and will last through Dec. 3. Cost is $65 per person. Call Sandra Shelton at 620-5945.
NB Parks/Rec Fall Programs
A number of youth athletic programs sponsored by New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are already under way, but a fall tennis camp at Prince Solms Park will beginTuesday. Cost is $40 for four lessons for ages 8-18. Call John Stewart at (830) 608-2164 for information on these and other NBPRD programs.
Campus Tuesday night.
Tracey Beicker had 15 kills, 36 digs and three aces for the Bulldogs, who got 14 kills and 28 digs from Shannon Froboese and 12 assists, three blocks and seven aces from Kelsey Luddeke.
Becca I lay had 20 digs and two blocks and Ali Albrecht finished with 19 assists and three aces for Marion. IxtShan-da Jackson and Desiree Martinez each had 14 kills for West Campus (21-11,6-4).
“We came out ready to play, and we have proved to everyone that we can finish,” coach Stephanie I^ngenbergsaid of her team, which finished the regular season 15-11 overall and 7-3 in 28-3A.
Marion gets the first-place bye and will await the area round of the 3A playoffs next week.
The New Braunfels tennis team won the District 27-4A tournament, going unbeaten in wins over Marble Falls and LakeTravis.Tne team will compete in regionals
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SV finishes tied for second in 26-5A
Jessica Martin finished with nine kills, Jessie Hartman had 20 assists and Sarah Mercer had seven digs and three aces and Desi Baker added a block for the Rangers. Roosevelt had athletes, led by Kaylyn Peak and Kyra Woods, with three kills each, but was as its warm-up shirts advertised. a team still under construction.
In Tuesday night’s match, the Rangers saw a reflection of their recent past. Gombert said Smithson Valley gained confidence by winning, and the Rangers have been streaking even since the mid
dle of 26-5A play.
Not many people thought the Rangers could break through in such a tough district that included state-ranked Reagan and Churchill. Smithson Valley did so. beating both teams in order to gain the playoffs.
"We believed in ourselves,” the coach said. “And I think we’re relaxed because we’ve gained that kind of confidence that comes with winning. All we had to do is learn how.”
Tuesday was the final home game for the seniors — libero Dana Mecke, outside hitter Brittany I hint, defensive specialist Mercer, middle blocker Jessica Martin and blocker Ali I lartman, who was only in her third game back with the team this season.
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