New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, September 14, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A
JUNIOR VARSITY New Braunfels 7, Seguin 6
NB 0 0 7 0 -7
Seguin 0 6 0 0 —6
NB scoring — Tyler Guinn 34 pass from Greg Laird (Christian Myrick kick)
Outstanding offense — Jesse Sells,Travis Steel, Laird Outstanding defense — Steel (two interceptions), Rory Gramet-baur, Zach Chapman
Canyon 48, McCallum 6 McCallum 0 0 6 0—6
Canyon 14 21 7 6—48
Canyon scoring — Ryan Holder scored on runs of 5 and 12 yards; Tyler Ogle had a 50 punt return; Steven Lopez scored on runs of 2 and 10 yards; Matt James scored on a 60-yard run; Ogle caught a 45-yard TD pass from Coco Hernandez.
Outstanding offense — Chandler Celli, Corey Burger, Jordan Krause
Outstanding defense — Ogle, Holder, Kyle Reichert Record: 3-0
Next: vs. Medina Valley Sept. 22
Sophomores San Marcos 24, Canyon 0 San Marcos 6 6 6 6—24
Canyon OOO 0—0
Outstanding offense — Hixon Outstanding defense — Rigob-erto Reyes Record: 0-3
Next: vs. Boerne Sept. 24
Freshman Canyon Red 28, McCallum 19 McCallum 6 0 7 6 -19
Canyon 6 7 7 8 —28
Canyon scoring — Clay TD runs of 10, 30 and 20 yards; Denson 3 run
Outstanding offense — Clay Outstanding defense — Enriquez Record: 3-0
Next: vs. Medina Valley Sept. 22
Marion 28, Canyon White 16
Canyon scoring — Lane Guer-
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Rookie starter allows Texas two hits
Rogers went to second on Chris Gomez’s sacrifice bunt.
Rangers closer Francisco Cordero entered file game and retired Erie Byrnes on a fly ball but Matos’ double to right center scored Rogers with the tiebreak-ingrun.
The Orioles t(X)k a 3-2 lead ii ito the eighth, but the Rangers tied it against the Baltimore bullpen when Alfonso Soriano's two-out RBI double off Ray drove in Michael Young.
Baltimore rookie starter john Maine allowed two hits — solo homers by Kevin Mench and I lank Blalock—in 61 /3 innings.
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reroTD runs of 60 and 60 Outstanding offense — Guerrero, Flores Outstanding defense — Miguel Gomez Next: vs. Navarro Sept. 22
Sunset Junior Golf Tournament
The Sundance Sunset Junior golf tournament, honoring Rob and Sue Puetz, will be held Sunday 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.
Texas Tech Golf Challenge
The Texas Tech Alumni Association of Comal County challenges all others representing their choice of universities in the 11th annual University Scholarship Golf Challenge, Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the Bandit Golf Course. The four-man scramble will have a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. Entry of $340 per team and $85 per individual includes cart, two mulligans, two drawing chances per person, refreshments and dinner. Proceeds provide scholarships for local students. Call Marvin Morris at (830) 708-0221 or (210) 342-5131.
Republic Golf Benefit
The Republic Golf Club is holding a benefit tournament for the American Red Cross' aid for Hurricane Katrina victims Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the course. Cost is $60 per player in a four-person scramble. A
silent auction will also be held at 9 a.m. Call (210) 359-0000.
NB Manufacturing Business Challenge
The New Braunfels Manufacturing Association is sponsoring The Business Challenge, a golf 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
TheTexansTaking Care ofTexans Foundation, formed to provide education benefits for surviving spouses and children of fallenTexas servicemen, will hold a fund-raiser golf tournament Monday at Fair Oaks Ranch.Those interested helping or becoming donors should contact Dr. LarryTimpe at (210) 422-5311.
Greater NB Amateur City Championship
The Greater New Braunfels Amateur City Golf Championship will be held Friday through Sunday at Landa Park Golf Course,The event is open to men and women who reside in Comal, Guadalupe and Hays counties. Entry fee is $60; $35 for annuals and punch cards. Deadline is today with tee times posted by 5 p.m.Thursday. Call the course at 608-2174.
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, babynastics and karate. Call (830) 606-0375.
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Pastor Rax Still
Imagine the transforming power of men coming together in your community to honestly examine their lives and take the courageous steps necessary to embrace authentic biblical manhood on a journey to become who God intends them to be. That is the goal of New Braunfels Mens Fraternity. As men we have an obligation to our families, our community, and ourselves to do everything we can to discover and incorporate Gods plan in our lives.
As the foundation of the popular Mens Fraternity series, The Quest for Authentic Manhood is designed to help us understand our masculine identity and make the pursuit of authentic manhood a lifelong priority. It offers a clear compelling definition of what it means to he a man, extends the challenge to develop a personalized plan, and then inspires and equips us to incorporate the Quest into the fabric of our everyday life.
The format of Men s Fraternity is simple: men come together for weekly teaching sessions and small group interaction in a supportive environment where they are free to speak openly.
New Braunfels Men's Fraternity is not an event; it is an ongoing process that enables men to experience life together with other men over a period of time. New Braunfels Men's Fraternity is not aligned with any specific denomination. In fact, there are no criteria for attending, religious or otherwise. New Braunfels Men's Fraternity is open to all men in our community. The goal is to unify the men of this community into a singular vision of becoming who God wants us to be. The end result is a positive change in the lives of each of us, and just as important, the lives of each person we come in contact with.
Oakwood Baptist is the location for Men’s Fraternity and I will he leading the teaching as we travel this journey together. I hope you will he a part of Men's Fraternity and join men in New Braunfels in the Quest for authentic manhood.
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