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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas THE EXTRA POINT New Braunfels’Jose Gutierrez Texas president says Big 12 money deals can be redone AUST1N(AP) Texas officials said Wednesday they are i)[)en to a new revenue-sharing model in the Big 12 and have already suggestefi that to[)-k'vel tek’vision and cable money he shar(‘d equally. But Texas athletic dirtK tor Del.oss Dodds says Texas doesn't want to share the money from its longhorn Network, a 2()-year, S iOO million fk’al with FSPN. "That's never been in [)lay, that's not in play," Dodrls said. He saifi Big 12 athletic directors more than a month ago a[)proved ► PREP FOOTBALL High school ticket sales end today From stalt reports Presale tic k('ts for this week's ('omal County l(K)thall game's <ire on sale. All prc'sales end today due to Friday's school closing for the iair. New Braunfels licki'ts for New Braun-t('ls' home game against Austin VVestlake are on sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.rn today. Prices are $8 for reserved seats, $7 for adults and $3 for students, and all tic kets are general admission. All tickets at the g.itc' are $8. Canyon High School Ik kc'ts for ( anvon's road game against Smithson Valk'V are on sale at the (Ougar Athlc'tic Office from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. today. Prices are $f) for acliilts <uid $ i for studc»nts, and all tickets are general admission. All ticKets at tlie gate are $7. Smithson Valley Prc'sale tickc*ts for the Smithson Valley home game vs. (Canyon are from 8'1 I a.m. today at the field House and 11;30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the cafe-f(‘ria. Reserved tickets are $7, general admission <ulult tickets are $6 and students are $3. All tick-c'ts at thi‘ gate' are $7. Canyon Lake rickets for Canyon Lake's road game against I uling are available from 8:30 a.m. to 4 [).m. at the ( anyon Lake Athletic ()ffice, and at the cafeteria from 11 ;3() a.m. to 1 ;30 p.m. Prc'sale tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. All tickets are $6 at the gate. ► TEXAS LOTTERY PICK 3 (9/21) Day 4-8-9 Night 2-9-9 DAILY 4 (9/21) Day 3-9-5-8 Night 3-4-0-5 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $7 million 3-5-12-19-30-46 (9/17) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $8 million 1-12-17-20-27-34 (9/21) MEGA MILLIONS (9/20) 6^29-38-50^51 MB: 39 Megaplier: 4 TEXAS 2-STEP (9/19) 1-9-33-34 8 8:7 CASH FIVE (9/21) 9-10-17-31-37 POWERBALL (9/21) 12-47-48-52-55 P8:13 Power Play: 4 Herald-Zeitung photos for sale v-l*« capture cominyycaptur^l lOTURV Texas' suggestion to equally share to network revenue around the league, which is the practice in other leagues. The plan has not been voted on by league presidents, Doflds said. Texas President William Powers said creating stability is thc' top priority for the Big 12, And a day after the f\ïc-12 saici it had no plans to add any Big 12 membi'rs. Powers said one way to build stal)ility is to restructure media contracts. "There are mc'thods c)f floing that, inc luding the way media devils arc* structured and we'll be working with our partners in the* Big 12 and our menia ()artners to struc ture somcHhihgthat has stability," Powers told reporters at the state f a[)i-tol. Tht> Big 12 agreed to a 1 i-year television deal with Fox S )orts in April worth more than $1 )lllion. Texas gets a larger share of league media revenue from television contrac ts than some* of the' other Big 12 members. The Longhorns also signc'd a dc’al with FSPN in january to create the Longhorn Network that launched several wec'ks ago. Thc' nc'twork create*d uncertainty in the Big 12 and Texas A&M said it was a big reason why the Aggies will k'.ive the Big 12 by july for the Southeastern Confert^n( c if legal issues can cleared up. Neliraska athletic dirc*ctor Tom Osborne earlier this month said the Big 12's revc'nuc'-sharing plan lends itself to instai)ility as the Huskers o(X'nt'd their first season in the Big Ten. Fach Big Ten school receivc'd $22.(> million this year — about twice as much as Nebraska could h.ive ex|x'cted if it had st.isc'd in the* Big 12. HILL COUNTRY KART CLUB SPOTLIGHT Ptioto sut)mit1ecl Nine-year-old Riley Dickinson won the recent Hill Country Kart Club Summer Series championship, SUMMER CHAMP 9-year-old Hoffmann Elemetary student wins Kart title By Chris Hoffman Tfie Herald-Zeitung Riley Dickinson was sitting on the couc h back in |an-uar\' and dreaming of rac- ing. What the feeling of being behind the wheel like so many kids Dickinson's age were experiencing at the Hill ('ountry Kart Spec'dway. It didn't take long for the Lloff-mann Elementary student to go from the couc h to the track, as ne got on the track on May 23rd, another six races and he was in the winner's circle and three straight wins and he hoisted the trophy. With thrc'e wins and a pair of second-place finishes, Dickinson rw c'ntly won the Hill (’ountry' Kart Club Summer Series Championship in the Ta(j funior Rookie class. KART CL.UB NEW BRAUNfEtS teXAS "It feels grc'at," Die kinson said. "All those laps that I ran over the summer have finally paid off." Parker Chase of New Braunfels placed scKond and Kak'l) Hasekift of San Marcos was third in the series. Dickinson is know for his clc'd-ication to the s[)ort, as he routint'-ly runs 300 la[)S a wc'c'k in practice, and he said he's "run so many laps that he's lost count." "I always want to go to the track," Dickinson said, "I've' In'en working on trying to gc't my lap time' under 27 seconds, whic h I've' come c lose se'veral time's. "But most of all. I'm just having fun." The' young driver said that hc‘'s "a lc)c k" to coming back next season and try for an overall season title, and to build uf3on his already impre'ssive driving skills. "I'm going to continue to work as hard as I am right now," he said. "I want kc'ep getting better, and hopefully set some records in the' [process." The Hill Country Kart Club has l)ei'n fixture in Comal (!ountv tor 24 years, and holds rac c's twice a month. H( K(’'s annual Picnic Race is set for Saturday. Registration starts at noon, cjualifying at 1:15 |).m., with the' rac ing action to start at 1:1S p.m. with a picnic to follow the race'. Arroyo pitches 6-hitter, Reds beat Astros 2-0 C9NCINNAT1(AP) Bronson Arroyo pitcheci a six-hitter and the Cine in-ndti Reds wrap )ed up their home scnedule Wednesday with a 2-0 win over the Fiouston Astros. Miguel Cairo homc'fc'd as Cincinnati finished 42-39 at Great American Ball Park. The Reds drevv 2,213,498 this season, an increase of 152,94K over last year's attendance when they won the NL Central. The game took only 2 hours, 12 minutes, the fastest of the se\ison for the Reds. There was a 4-minute delay before tlie fourth inning bc'cause of flashing lights triggert'ci by' a fire alarm. Arroyo (9-12), who had been 0-2 over his previous four starts, retired his first 10 batti?rs, He didn't a I Ic )w a h i t unti I Carlos Let' led off the fifth with a soft single just over the glove of a lc'a[)ing C'airo at third base'. Arroyo walked none and struck out two. He nc'c'dc'd just 91 pitchc's in his fourth career shutout and tirst since beating Washington on Aug. 13, 2009. The Reds right-hander didn't allow a home run, keeping his season total at 44, four short of tying the National League record and six short of mate hing the major Ic'ague mark. Fiouston didn't get run-ner to third until the t'ighth and Arroyo rc'sponded by striking out pinch-hitter Brian Bogusevic and Iordan Shafer. Wandy Rodriguez (11-11) allowed four hits with two walks and four strikeouts in seven innings. He recorded his 1,000th career strikeout. FAN ZONK PREP SCHEDULES CANYON Friday's Gamit FOOTBALL at SVHS, 7 30 p m VOLLEYBALL: vs SVMS, 6 p m Saturday's Gama CROSS COUNTRY: at Cortar Park 8 a ro CANYON LAKE Friday's Gamas FOOTBALL: atLuling, 7 30 p m VQLLEYBALl st Wirtitii'rli'v 6 30 p Saturday’s Gama CROSS COUNTRY: nl Brrtihsm, H 30 i m NEW BRAUNFELS Friday's Gamas FOOTBALL vs Westlakf, / 30 p m VOLLEYBALL' vs Segum 7 p m Saturday's Gama CROSS COUNTRY: at F«ast Mcpt 8 a m SMITHSON VALLEY Friday's Games FOOTBALL vs Canyon. / .30 p nv VOLLEYBALL vs Cafiyoii, 6 p ni Saturday's Gama CROSS COUNTRY: at Cfidar Park 8 a in TODAY'S M;()in> LANCE GLANCE Former Canyon High School standout Lance Berkman. ncjw a rightfielripr with the St Louis Cardinals, was l -for-3, ? runs m a 6 5 win vs thp Mets Wednesday He IS bat ting 300 MLB STANDINGS National League East Division W L    Pet GB * Philadelphia    98 S7    t>3? Atlanta    88 68    ')t)4 ID !/? Washington    7'i 79    48/ 72 1/2 NewYoik    73 82    4/1 25 Florida    /I 8fi    4'>', 21 t/2 Cerrtral Division W L    Pet GB MiiwauktiH    91 6.5    583 St Louis    8b 69    W, 4 1'2 Cincinnati    /6 80    48/ 15 Chicago    69 8/    44? 22 Pittsburgti    69 8/    44? 2? Houston    53 102    34? .)/ 1/2 West Division W L    Pet GB Arizona    9U 66    577 San Francisco 83 /)    5,îH 6 Los Angeles    ! l 76    50,! 11 1.'2 Colorado    /O 85    4‘,? 19 ! '? San Dieqo    68 88    43h 22 Wednesday's Results CinciJinati 2 Houston 0 Chicago Cuhs 7, Milw.mkee 1 San Dicyi) 4 Culuiad" 0 Arizona 8, Pittst?ur<ih Washinglon I, PitiiadtMplHa 5 Florida 4 Atlanta 0 St Louis 6, N Y Mets 5 San Francisco at L A Oiidgers. mIi' Today's Games NY Mets (Capu.iiHi II 121 ,il M Unir. (Westbrook 12-9), 12 45 p ni WashiiH)ton (Pe.ii:uii I Oi ,i! Philadelphia lOswai! 8 91, 6 | a. Colorado IWhifc ? 21 ,it HiiU’ I/m. (Sosa 2 5) 1 05 p ni, San FiaiK.isco (B;imi)amer I? 121 ai l A Dodgeis (Kuroda 12 16), 9 10 Friday's Games Atlanta al Washini]t(iii. 6 05 p ni Cincinnati at Pittsbuii)ti, 605 p n> Philadelphia at N Y Mets, 6 lü p in Colorado at Houston, / 05 p nv Florida al Milwaukee, / 10 p m Chicago Cubs at St louts, 7 15 p in San Francisco at An./ona, 8 4.0 p im L A Dodgers at San Diego, 9 05 o ni American League East Division W L Pet GB x-New Yoik 95 60 613 Boston 88 68 564 7 Tampa Bay 85 70 548 10 Toronto 78 77 503 17 Baltimofe 65 90 419 30 Central Division W L Pet GB x-Detroit 89 65 5/8 Cleveland 76 78 494 13 Chicago 76 79 490 13 Kansas City 68 87 439 21 Minnesota 59 95 383 30 West Division W L Pet GB Texas 89 65 5/8 Los Angeles 85 70 548 4 Oakland 69 85 448 20 Seattle 66 89 426 23 x-clinched division Wednesday s Results N Y Yankees 4, Tainpa Bay 2, 1st game Chicago White Sox 8, Cleveland 4 N Y Yankees 4, Tatnpa Bay 2, .2nd (¡ame L A Angels 7, Toronto 2 Baltimoie 6, Boston 4 Seattle 5, Minnesota 4 Detroit at Kansas Cilv, late Texas at Oakland, late Today s Games Seattle (Beavan 5 5) at Minnesota (Swarzak 3-7), 12 10 ptn Texas (C Lewis 13 10) at Oakland (Cahill 11 14), 2 35 pm Baltimore {Britton 10 TO) at Detroit (Ja,Turner 0-1), 6 05 p in Chicago White Sox (Huinbei 9 8) at Cleveland (J Gome/ 4 2), 6 05 p in Tampa Bay (Nieniann 117) at N Y Yankees (Colon 8 9), 6 06 p m L A Angels IE Santana 11 1?)at Toronto (H Alvarez I 2). 6:07 p lu Friday's Games Baltimoie at Detroit, 6 05 pm Boston at N Y Yankees, 6 05 p ni Minnesota at Cleveland, 6:05 p m Toronto at Tampa Bay, 610 p in Seattle at Texas, 7 05 p m Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 7 p in Oakland at LA Angels, 9 05 p in SCORES, PHOTOS We want vour scores and photos Email _ tti em to sports® HZ For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and mid-day updates, follow us on Twitter ONewBraunfelsHZ m Learn what’s in tomorrow s paper, offer news tips, receive alerts: Become a New Braunfels Kerald-Zeitung Facebook fan ■ i Receive the Herald-Zeitung e-newsletter m yoiir e-mail box each ^ morning Click ‘Herald-Zeitung Mailitig List.' ;