New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, September 8, 2005
Football — Seguin at New Braunfels; Canyon at Austin McCailum; Smithson Valley at Temple (all 7:30 p.m.)
Volleyball — New Braunfels at LakeTravis, 6 p.m.; Churchill at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m.
Saturday Cross country — New
Braunfels at Austin ISD meet; Canyon at Wimberley meet
Tuesday, Sept. 13 Volleyball - Hays Lehman at New Braunfels, 7:30 p.m.; Lake Travis at Canyon, 7:30 p.m.; Smithson Valley at Judson, 7:15 p.m.
Team tennis — Canyon at
New Braunfels, 4 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 16 Football - New Braunfels at
Austin Bowie, 7:30 p.m. Volleyball — New Braunfels at
Dripping Springs, 6:30 p.m.; Canyon at Hays Lehman, 7 p.m.; MacArthur at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m.
Golf - NB Amateur City Championship
Saturday, Sept. 17 Football — New Braunfels
Christian at Cleveland, 5 p.m.
Team tennis — Seguin at Canyon, 8 a.m.; Schertz Steele at Canyon, 4 p.m.
Cross country - Canyon at Texas State Invitational Golf — NB Amateur City Championship
Tuesday, Sept. 20 Volleyball — Marble Falls at
New Braunfels, 7 p.m.; Dripping Springs at Canyon, 7 p.m.; Smithson Valley at Reagan, 7
Team tennis — Canyon at
Burnet, 4 p.m.
Golf — NB Amateur City Championship
Thursday, Sept. 22 Football — New Braunfels Christian at Round Rock Christian,
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Friday, Sept. 23 Football - New Braunfels at
Del Valle; Medina Valley at Canyon; Churchill at Smithson Valley (all 7:30 p.m.)
Volleyball - New Braunfels at Burnet 6:30 p.m.; Marble Falls at Canyon, 5 p.m.; Lee at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m.
Ducks Unlimited Annual Banquet
The Comal County chapter of Ducks Unlimited is sponsoring its annual benefit banquet today at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 111 Landa Street. Cocktails will be at 6:30 p.m.; dinner will be served at 8 p.m.Tickets are $10 for ages 18-under; $50 for individuals; $75 couples and $600 for a table of 10. All proceeds will go to Ducks Unlimited, a national organization for the conservation and management of wetlands and wildlife habitat. Call Marty Redwine at (830) 708-4320 or James Long at
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NB hopes to break out with win
he said. “I think Friday night will be our breakout game. We're going to show people what we’re made of.”
Seguin comes in after receiving a 27-10 spanking from Canyon last week.
“I think the score from last week isn’t as indicative of the kind of team they are,” Cani-ford said “They did what we did the first week against Stephenville, with turnovers at costly times, but they’ve got some serious weapons."
Running back Isaiah Snead bragged he would get 200
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Twins finally beat back Rangers
for the second game in a row. On Tuesday, they took a one-run lead into the ninth before losing to the Rangers 10-7.
Brad Radke became the second straight Twins starter to last just two innings, following Kyle Lohse. Radke allowed five runs and eight hits.
Joe Mays, J.C. Romero, Juan Rincon and Joe Nathan combined for seven innings of one-run, five-hit relief. Mays pitched 3 2/3 scoreless innings, his longest stint since he was removed from the starting rotation late last month.
Romero (4-3) got three outs,
(830) 608 0233.
Sunset Junior Golf Tournament
The Sundance Sunset Junior golf tournament, honoring Rob and Sue Puetz, will be held Sunday, Sept. 18, in a 2 p.m. shotgun start at The Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels.The event is a one best-ball of a group consisting of one adult and four juniors. Entry is $40 for adults and $25 for juniors. Call David Ogrin at 210-872-7109 or visit www.texasjuniorgolfer.com.
NB Manufacturing Business Challenge
The New Braunfels Manufacturing Association is sponsoring The Business Challenge, a golf
yards rushing prior to last week’s game against Canyon. Instead, the junior, who had rushed for 171 yards and three scores in a 51-6 thrashing of McCollum the week before, finished with 45 on 15 carries as the Matadors finished with 49 yards on the ground.
Calvin Caad is the leading receiver; he caught a 31-yard TD pass from Caleb Ramos last week. Caniford said New Braunfels must control Seguin on the lines, protect against the blitz, and not let focus shift from the Matadors to the rivalry itself.
“Sure. I think we pay attention to it — you can’t not because this particular rivalry has been going on for so long," Caniford said. “After last year, it’s spiced back up again.
and Nathan pitched the ninth for his 36th save in 41 chances. Nathan allowed Hank Blalock’s two-out single and Alfonso Soriano’s double before striking out Kevin Mench.
Minnesota, which avoided getting swept in the three-game series, began the day 5 1/2 games back in the AL wild-card race.
Rangers starter Chris Young left after one inning complaining of arm fatigue. Joaquin Benoit threw two scoreless innings before Brocail (5-3) gave up eight runs — six earned—and six hits in two-plus innings.
Minnesota’s comeback began in the fourth against Brocail when Redmond hit a two-run double, Rodriguez had a sacrifice fly and Shannon Stewart hit an RBI grounder.
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Unicorns’ only home date until they host Lake Travis in the Oct. 7 District 27-4A opener.
“When you’ve got only four home games, you need to take advantage of them when you’re here,” he said. “I think our kids will be glad to be here in front of the home crowd. I think they’ll play well and give the fans something to cheer about.”
Notes: Caniford says the team is in better shape
tournament benefit for college scholarships Saturday, Oct. 1 at The Bandit Golf Course. Team ($400), business ($500) and hole sponsorships are available; entries include green fees, carts and lunch. Entry deadline is Sept. 24. Call Lyndon Frame at (830) 481-0438.
Texans Taking Care of Texans Golf
The Texans Taking Care of Texans Foundation, formed to provide education benefits for surviving spouses and children of fallenTexas servicemen, will hold a fund-raiser golf tournament Monday, Sept. 19 at Fair Oaks Ranch. Those interested helping or becoming donors should con-
But you can’t be so consumed by it that you lose sight of what you have to do on your side of the field.”
The city of Seguin all but shut down following the Matadors’ 36-30 overtime win over the Unicorns last year. The victory cast aside a 23-year losing streak to their Texas 46 rivals.
Caniford isn’t discounting the rivalry, but is more anxious to see how his team will fare at home. It will be the
tact Dr. Larry Timpe at (210) 422-5311.
Greater NB Amateur City Championship
The Greater New Braunfels Amateur City Golf Championship will be held Sept. 16-18 at Landa Park Golf Course, The event is open to men in women who reside in Comal, Guadalupe and Hays counties. Entry fee is $60; $35 for annuals and punch cards. Deadline is Sept. 14, with tee times posted by 5 p.m. Sept. 15. Call the course at 608-2174.
Texas State New Braunfels Day
Texas State University welcomes the New Braunfels com
munity for a special day of football at Bobcat Stadium.TSU will host Southern Utah Saturday at 6 p.m. New Braunfels residents will receive discounted $5 tickets (purchased in advance only) and members of the Chamber of Commerce can participate in a pregame tailgate party at 3 p.m. Call the ticket office at (512) 245-2272.
J&R Gymnastics Fall Registration
Fall enrollment is under way J&R Gymnastics in New Braunfels. Classes are available in gymnastics, tumbling, cheerleading, extreme sports, baby-nastics and karate. Call (830) 606-0375.
health-wise, now that linebackers Frank Villanueva and ludd Absher have rebounded from dings. Villanueva last week had nine tackles, a sack and two fumble recoveries, as well as a blocked kick. The coach said Blakeman, the team’s second leading stopper with 17 stops, will not be used as much on offense. As a receiver Blakeman has caught three passes for 38 yards, including a 34-yarder against Stephenville.