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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Saturday, September 24, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9AComing Up Today Team tennis — New Braunfels vs. SA Reagan and Austin Westlake at Boerne, 8 a.m. Tuesday Volleyball — Burnet at Canyon, 7 p.m.; Madison at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m. Team tennis - Wimberley at New Braunfels, 3:30 p.m.; Hays Lehman at Canyon, 4 p.m. Friday Football — Canyon at Uvalde; Smithson Valley at Judson (both 7:30 p.m.); NBCA at SA Town East,TBA Volleyball - New Braunfels at Canyon, 6 p.m.; Roosevelt at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m. Saturday Team tennis - New Braunfels at Marble Falls, 9 a.m.; Dripping Springs at Canyon, 4 p.m. Cross country — New Braunfels at Round Rock McNeil Invitational; Canyon at Floresville Invitational Tuesday, Oct. 4 Volleyball - Lake Travis at New Braunfels, 7:30 p.m.; Smithson Valley at Churchill, 7:30 p.m. Team tennis — New Braunfels at Dripping Springs, 3 p.m.; Lake Travis at Canyon, 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7 Football — Lake Travis at New Braunfels; Canyon at Burnet; MacArthur at Smithson Valley (all 7:30 p.m.) Volleyball — New Braunfels at Hays Lehman, 6:30 p.m.; Canyon at LakeTravis, 6:30 p.m.; Judson at Smithson Valley, 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 Team tennis — New Braunfels vs. Fredericksburg and Alamo Heights at Fredericksburg, 8 a.m. Cross country — New Braunfels at Georgetown meet; Canyon at Pleasanton meet SPORTS SHORTS EVENTS/PROGRAMS Special Olympics Bocce Tournament The New Braunfels Special Olympics is in need of volunteers for the area-wide Bocce Tournament from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 at New Braunfels High School. Call Pat Lynch at 625-8282. 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-RANGERS CONTINUED FROM Page 8AFall 14-10 in 26-5A opener Churchill coach Carl Gustafson said of Fanuzzi. “He deserved a payday tonight.” Fanuzzi completed passes almost at will in the first half, completing eight of his first nine. In the mix were tosses to seven different receivers, while his runs kept the Rangers off balance. Linebacker Michael Guido wreaked havoc on the Smithson Valley, and almost single-handedly was the reason why the Rangers couldn’t convert on third down. Smithson Valley converted only twice on five chances in the first half and on five of 11 chances in the game. Churchill (2-2 overall; 1-0 in 26-5A), ended Smithson Valley’s first series on downs.VOLLEY CONTINUED FROM Page 8ANB downs Burnet for first-half sweep Canyon will next play Burnet at the Cougar Den Tuesday at 7 p.m. 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 NB Manufacturing Business Challenge The New Braunfels Manufacturing Association is sponsoringThe Business Challenge, a golf tournament benefit for college scholarships Saturday 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. The Chargers then drove nine plays to their first score, a 40-yard run by Fanuzzi, who breezed through a gaping hole on the right side and into the end zone. Bryan Mill’s toss into the wind was picked off by Churchill’s Chad Bradshaw, and the Chargers went 71 yards in 14 plays, with Ruben Resendiz taking it in from a yard out for a 14-0 lead on the first play of the second quarter. That was all the Chargers needed. Their only mistake of the game was Ethan Wagner’s interception and subsequent fumble, which gave Smithson Valley new life after a third-and-26 from its 21. The Rangers drove towards a score, and from the Churchill 7, Hill flipped to Cody Beyer, whose pass into the end zone was picked off by Will Payne. Churchill kept the ball for the rest of the half. Smithson Valley’s defense held Churchill to only three New Braunfels def. Burnet BURNET — The third-ranked Unicorns completed the first-half sweep of District 27-4A with a 25-14,25-10,25-12 win at Burnet Friday. Lacy Redwine had 12 kills and 4.5 blocks for New Braunfels, which improved to 20-8 overall and 6-0 against the league. Rachel Brown had 33 Texas Tech Golf Challenge TheTexasTech Alumni Association of Comal County challenges all others representing their choice of universities in the 11th annual University Scholarship Golf Challenge, Wednesday 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. first downs and 76 yards and forced four punts after halftime. Trent Rios had some tough runs to come up with his second straight 100-yard-plus game for Smithson Valley. His 7-yard scoring run cut the margin to 14-7 with 7:43 to go in the third quarter. After Rios’ TD, the Rangers burned two time outs during their longest drive of the night, a 13-play, 45-yard series that ended in two incompletions and David Sweet’s 37-yard field goal. Aaron Hernandez had two stellar plays that helped end Churchill’s next series, but the Chargers got a 63-yard punt that backed the Rangers up to their 2. In its final two series, Smithson Valley couldn’t get past its own 40. Missing from the Smithson Valley lineup were running backs Cody McKinney and Blake Schrock and linebacker Kendal Volz. Hill refused to use their absences as an excuse. assists and nine digs; Chelsie flawier had three aces, and Brittany Schamun had two. Burnet fell to 14-14 overall and I -5 in district. The Unicorns have a bye Tuesday. They will play at (Canyon on Friday. Smithson Valley def. SA Lee The Rangers defeated SA Lee 25-23,25-22,25-19 Friday. NB PARD Softball Registration The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is registering teams for adult fall softball leagues. Teams of up to 20 players can register for $375 per team through Monday. A managers meeting will be held Thursday at the Landa Park Recreation Center. Call 608-2167. Centex Volleyball ClubTryouts Tryouts for the Centex Volleyball Club's 12-18 age teams will be held Sunday, Oct. 16 at New Braunfels High School. For information, see “We didnt get it done,” he said. "Injuries are part of the game, and we’re not holding up excuses.” Gustafson had lost to Hill four straight times — dating back to when he coached at Canyon in 1998. “Smithson Valley has a great football team,” he said. “But our players played their hearts out, and they deserved to win. Being in 26-5A, we ll enjoy this one tonight then get ready for the next one.” That next one is now even bigger for Smithson Valley, which travels to Converse to face Judson. The Rockets flattened Lee 28-0 in their league opener Friday. Hill, whose team lost at home for only the third time since 1997, believes the Rangers will be ready. “We were going to play hard whether we won tonight or lost tonight," Hill said. “The fact that we lost doesn’t change our approach to the game next week.” Jessica Martin and Brittany Hunt each had 13 kills; Jessie Hartman had 44 assists and Dana Mecke led in digs with 14. Hunt added ll digs and Martin had a block for the Rangers (21-8, 3-2 in District 26-5A). Lee fell to 15-11 and I -4. Smithson Valley’s next game will be at home at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday against SA Madison.On TV Today College football — Colorado at Miami, 11 a.m., ABC; Purdue at Minnesota, 11 a.m., ESPN; Penn State at Northwestern, 11 a.m., ESPN12; Notre Dame at Washington, 2:30 p.m., ABC; Florida at Kentucky, 2:30 p.m., CBS; Michigan at Wisconsin, 5 p.m., ESPN2; Georgia at Mississippi State, 8 p.m., ESPN2; Arizona State at Oregon State, 9 p.m., TBS Major league baseball — Astros at Cubs, 1 p.m., FSN; Rangers at Athletics, 3 p.m., TWC Channel 50; Twins at White Sox, 6 p.m.. WGN Golf — PGA Presidents Cup, 7 a.m., NBC; European PGA Seve Trophy, 7 a.m., GOLF; PGA Texas Open, 3 p.m., ESPN; Nationwide Boise Open, 4 p.m., GOLF Auto racing — Formula One Brazilian GP qualifying, 11 a.m., SPEED; NASCAR Nextel Cup Race Points 400 practice, 11 a.m., TNT; NASCAR Busch Series Dover 200, Noon, TNT; Rolex Sports Car Series Crown Royal 250, 2 p.m., SPEED; NHRA Fall Nationals qualifying, 3 p.m., ESPN2; NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Las Vegas 350, 8 p.m., SPEEDOn Radio Today College football — Indiana State at Texas Tech, 6 p.m., KJSL-AM 810 Major league baseball — Astros at Cubs, 12:40 p.m.. KGNB-AM 1420 %yj CREDIT DOESN'T MATTER    CREDIT    DOESN'T    MATTER    CREDIT    DOESN'T    MATTER ] I 35 JUST NORTH OF WALNUT j(830) 624-2226 5 2 H Z t/> SALE HOURS 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM MON - SAT CLOSED SUNDAYS All payments 9 '25% ♦ TTH. down 4.2% APR X 72 moi. W.A.C. Photos tor Illustration only Nag Equity added to new loan CREDIT DOESNT MATTER! INSTANT APPROVAL! 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