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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, October 29, 2003 SCOREBOARDIMS Who will win the Wurst Bowl? See who the Herald-Zeitung picks to win the big game between New Braunfels and Canyon. COMING a G00DSP0RTS Photo submitted by Kathleen Jaroszewski The District 25-4A New Braunfels tennis team will compete in the Region IV Championships this weekend. The Unicorns take an unbeaten record into the tournament. The team members are: Front row (from left) - Will Krone, P.J. Hendrie and Rusty Turpin. Middle row - Magda Zaremba, Shelly Turpin, Ashley Barber, Katie Barnhill, Hillary Hull, Chelsea Eager, Brooke Campbell, Courtney Akel and Hannah Albrecht. Back row - Coach David Mueller, Andrew Jaroszewski, Jake Baranowski, Austin Milam, Brad Davis. Jon Barnhill, Rachel Deal arid Coach Braun. Sidelines Walkfest this weekend The New Braunfels Marsh-Lind Wandergruppe will host a 5 kilometer and IO kilometer walkfest Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon. The walkfest is open to the public and all ages are welcome to walked the marked track through downtown New Braunfels and luanda Park. All walkers must register and obtain a start card. For information call I lelgard Suhr-I lollis at 625-6330. Landa Park to host golf event The Landa Park Golf Course will host a Wurstfest Tournament Saturday. The tournament will be a two man scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The entry fee of $60 will include green fees, cart fees and wurst. Gift certificates for pro shop merchandise will be awarded to the top three finishers in each flight. The deadline for registering is 5 p.m. Oct. 30. For information call Landa Park Golf Course at 608-2174. Centex volleyball tryouts The Centex volleyball club will hold tryouts for all of its teams Sunday at Canyon I Ugli School. The tryouts will last approximately an hour mid a half for each age group and participants are asked to register 30 minutes before their tryout The schedule for tryouts is: 17-year-olds at 10:30 a.m., 12-year-olds at noon, 13-year-olds at 1:30 p.m., 14-year-olds at 3 p.m., 15-year-olds at 4:30 p.m. and 16-year-olds at 6 p.m. For information, call club president Jack I (anion at 629-3226 or visit Coburn wins golf tourney Yaeko Coburn shot a round of 55 to win the luanda Park Ladies Golf Association T hrow out the Water Holes tournament. Betty Auckland was second at 57 and Marily Klien finished third at 58. Nancy Goo nan won the second flight with a score of 59 and Shannon Barrington and Cheri Myers tied for second at 62. Jane Lee captured the third flight with a round of 65. Carole Moore finished one stroke back in second place and Mary Kay T wite was third at 68. COUGARS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A New Braunfels can stop the run I Jnicorns defense is stopping the run. T he Cougars offensive line is solid. Green will have chances to pick his spots, but the one-dimensional style will not hold up over four quarters. lf Unicorns middle linebacker Incas Ayala is allowed to lock in exclusively on (ireen and does not have to concern himself with the counters of Molinet, the Cougars are at a disadvantage. Ayala is missing his right hand man in Kyle Jonas, a linebacker who started 15 games next to Ayala for the Unicorns last year. Having him back for the Canyon game is probably a reach with his sore back. But, without Molinet to exploit the loss, Canyon will have to find more alternatives than the quick feet of (ireen. The Unicorns struggled stopping the run against Lockhart two weeks ago. But with a new focus and restored confidence, New Braunfels completely stifled Dripping Springs and their all-region running back last week. The Canyon quarterback can be a show himself, but without a supporting cast the curtain will come down earlier than he and the (Cougars would like. The real test is Friday. A passing game will give the Cougars an edge. Galindo brings pro boxing to New Braunfels By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Professional boxing comes to the New Braunfels Civic Center Thursday, Nov. 13. Randy Galindo, recently licensed as a promoter by the Texas Boxing Commission, has set a six-bout card headlined by a six-round fight between Manuel Sepe-da of San Marcos and Albert Rendoz of San Antonio. Galindo, Precincts constable, started a boxing gym in New Braunfels about a year and a half ago. TWO of his fighters, Sarah Lizama and Alex Soto, have fought on the state and national amateur level. He’s moving into boxing promoting, Galindo said, hoping to help finance a local athletic gym. “These kids have put New Braunfels DID YOU ■ Professional boxing comes to New Braunfels Civic Center Nov. 13. ■ Six-bout card is headlined by a fight between Manuel Sepeda on San mar-cos and Albert Rendoz of San Antonio. I Ringside seats cost $40. Tickets for rows 2 through 5 cost $30 and general admission tickets cost $15. ■ To get tickets, call (830) 620-8442. on the map for boxing. I want to buy a gym for them,” he said at a recent workout at his New Braunfels Athletic Club, now located in a former fitness center off Linde Avenue.    r “We’ve reached all the goals we’ve set for ourselves here except two — an Olympic boxer and our own gym,” Galindo said. “This Thursday night fight will be a historic event in New Braunfels — the first-ever professional boxing match here. It’s going to be an exciting night.” Becoming a promoter, Galindo said, is the next logical step in development of the local kids who box with him. “These kids are getting older and more experienced, and they’re going to want to turn pro,” Galindo said. “When they do, they will be more comfortable with the people who raised them and the people they started boxing with." Tickets for the fight are still available by calling (830) 620-8442. Ringside seats are $40. Rows 2 through 5 are $30. General Admission is $15. Boxing begins at 7:30 p.m. Spurs get championship rings; rally past Suns SAN ANTONIO (AP) — On the night the San Antonio Spurs received their NBA championship rings, they almost waited too long to get the new season off on a winning note. Anthony Carter's offensive rebound and basket with 28 seconds to play gave the Spurs the lead for good Tuesday night and they hung on through three missed shots by Phoenix for an 83-82 victory. Carter helped seal the win with his defense on Stephon Marbury on the final posses- KICKERS CONTINUED FROM Page 5A Rust, Jonas ready for winning kick varsity in his first season, Jonas was an all-district place kicker a year ago and his commitment to technique and perfection are endless. “He's a real student of the game,” Slater said. “He’s constantly studying his technique. He visualizes out on the field. Even in practice, if he misses one, you see him stand there and focus on what went wrong. He knows where he needs to be with every approach before he kicks.” Both will be ready Friday. They’ll be thriving under the pressure, knowing that a win solidifies first place and the inside track to the district sion, forcing the Suns guard to take two jumpers before one final miss on a rebound. The Spurs led for a total of 46 seconds in the game, including the 28 after Carter’s converted Bruce Bowen’s missed jumper. Marbury, who finished with 24 points, tried to isolate Carter, but the Suns point guard could manage only an awkward 18-foot jumper. Marbury got his own rebound and missed another jumper that was rebounded by Penny Hardaway, who missed a 14-footer. championship. “THnt not only believes in himself when he goes there, but he’s to the point where his teammates believe in him too,” added Belding. Many times, two clubs battling for the top spot will attack each other for 47 minutes in the trenches, only to have the kicker, proud wearer of one of the cleanest uniforms, come out and decide the outcome. “If that’s what it will come down to, I'll be happy to go in and win it,” said jonas. Canyon, New Braunfels, Smithson Valley subvarsity teams win The Canyon Cougar freshman “Red” team defeated the Bastrop Bears 38-6 Thursday at Bastrop. The Cougars scoring began with a 35-yard pass from quarterback Jaimin Shah to TYavis Stehle. Shah then connected with Steven Viljoen on a 55-yard pass. Touchdown runs of 30 yards by Chase Wilke and 65 yards by Viljoen gave the Cougars a 24-0 lead. In the second half,' Shah added a 7-yard touchdown run and Viljoen scored on a 75-yard punt return. Reece Zunker kicked two extra points to found out the Cougars’ scoring. The Canyon freshman “White” team was also successful with a 19-16 win. to 8-0 after beating Brackenridge last week. The Rangers are averaging more than 40 points per game while the defense has posted six shutouts and allowed just IO points all season. The JV “White” team is 5-2 on the year. Both JV teams have two games remaining this year. The Smithson Valley freshman “Blue” team is 3-0 in district games and 5-2-1 on the season. In district games, the Rangers have outscored their opponents, 153-22. The freshman “White” team is 2-0 in district games and 5-2 overall. The New Braunfels junior varsity team was also victorious, blanking Lockhart 14-0. The young Unicorns scored on a 32-yard run by Jeremy Erban and a 25-yard pass from Sammy Anderson to Josh Smith. Levi Blakeman added both extra points.The JV team is now 6-1. SMITHSON VALLIY The Smithson Valley junior varsity “Blue” team improved Free Saturday Injury Clinic for School-Aged Athletes Sports Medicine Serving The misos Or Central ' a member af the McKenna Health System Every Saturday During Football Season, Beginning September 6th, 9:00 am to 11:00 am 750 Landa Street, Suite A New Braunfels, Texas 78130 830-624-8319 > Free Orthopedic Assessment for athletic injuries by Sports Medicine Fellowship-Trained Physicians, under the direction of Dr. David Starch > X-ray on site > Priority MR1 scheduling > Splinting, Bracing, and Casting availability •Minors must be accompanied by their legal guardian CHok. IXC Specialists In Dizziness And Balance Disorders Dizzy? Unsteady? Afraid Of Falling? We ( an I lelp Have you been told you just have to live with your balance disorder? 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