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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas tpofti Of B To ti* wflh Sports Editor Ibm Enckson about Sports Day. cal 625-9144. Ext 223 Readers (an sand e mail lo HZsoortaSeoi comSpoiBIPay County Sports (Events ara lead acoorchng to timemaaa and aa space anorn) An raoducfton lo 9y Aahing wti bt conduct*) Saturday ai Rock* "fT RNar Rties naar tot Qruera Bndgt Activities wa mdude bate fly tafvng lecb-rsquea now lo cad and ng equpment and Sy febmg opportune* <n lavas The tin daaa bagne at 9 am mid the day we end at 5 pm Each daaa and actory a us •or each parson paraopanng Raaarvatiana can ba made ti parson at amant Oufonar*. TB29 Munid Rd. or by phone at 625-4440 f >    - ^    A   I,    - ,    v,    *■■■    ■ rvooaeos worn mc event can* em Friends For Rivers No equipment a needed tor the classes, but tee "rte to bring you can For more tdnrmaaun \ cal Ray Bon or Stacy Lynn at 625 4440 Ragrsi^auxa now are beng accepted tor the New Brat**** Ldto Leagues pie fastpecr sohbe 'a* DW program The a ague a open lo grit agee 14 and is*)* Al garnet ww be payed af me Common ; Street Regwarawn torn* are av**-J able at V*vrou* Sporing Goods ; For mort nformaaon cal (Derma Karborth at 609-7912 or ' Jon Efts ti 6294294 The Second Annual New ' Br aunter International Open a 'Scrapped *x Oct 12 at the *Jonr Newcomer Henna Ranee Aduts we compete rn oou. Ibm materia* and M*or wa compete rn angles matches Repetfaaon a $20 per rtoubm team. $16 per memoers doo _ blea team and $8 tor Mifort The ^aedine for repstrabons a Oct 9 Entry fees must accorrp^iy aw entries and no 1e<ephL'ie entries wa be accepts Play a scheduled to bepn ai I 30 p rn on Od 12 For more information, can Torn Browned at 643-0404 The thrfd annual Gerorvmo Sh ruVi 5 mile waA a scheduled for 8 a rn Od 11 at Navarro fhgrt School The ©arty regulation tee is $12 per runner Reg stiaton a $16 on race day Proceeds from the race benet! the Navarro High Schoo cross country and track te*#ns Awards will be given to first-. .second- and third-place finishers rn ewer. age group and first place male and female walkers 1 Alt part ctpants will receive commemorative T-shirts For more ^formation call Eva Tannery race director, at (830) 303-0322 or Coach Steve Zaleski al 606-3962 CVO Sis. Pete* and Paul CVO Sparta w4 sponsor an adult coed vdeybafl tournament for parents, coaches and parishioners on Od 11 m the church gym Registration ,s $10 per person Please call rn teams to either Anthony Kiar at 609-1694 or Daryt PaweW* at 606-4334 The first annual Young Ufo Comal Coi*#y Golf Tournament is set tor Od 13 at Landa Park Golf Qourse Tha tournament will be a four-person scramble with a 1 p m. shotgun start The $35 entry foe includes grqen foes* cart. dimer and prizes. For raore information or to register, call the Young Life office ti 425*1212. I fj-» un Astros enter brave new world of playoffs Houston knows it has role of underdog ATLAKTA IAP) - TW Hnaftm New ant copuzant of thor place m the NI division playoff* “We kntm we Ye not the %upmten We know we're not the yncticti chih rn the work!" finn htvmai Jeff Bagwell «aid "Nobody really pack* «i«pdo anything" (crtamh not m the he*i<»f.5 mr** foal begins today against for Ailanto Hr*ev who we making an unporxe dented mth straight poincanw) \Arr all the Benes won foe Few Do moo with the hew record in have hall I lot-Alk They have the hew pitching They have a rower loaded with plasm used lo playing at this time of the sear The Asarta* Ufo mm foe Cetin! roto foe fcw*w mw* (44-74) of any piMal wad awn ckawr ta foe foanhngi aa w«** rom rn foe NI H Incago and Xalafofofoa* hod) 68-*«) than gary mr ii Adati* their wgwrwwh) tlpw* Whrit for Hmm we accustomed lo foe pnhaMw foe Astroa are entering a wnwage Thai rn thew tiwravr awee KB* and the only regular wig pfo«4 npencnc* » Derek Bed who hawed three lunes wwh foe Tcevwao Idee fop wa 1992 Atlanta A fed** C WI has naawaged in "i> pwieaiia games tad won ta IkwkatUm tWrier' He vs a hankie awM|W who never reached foe playoff* dwtig 14 yean ti a Ng fcrwgvr pwahet •Iforfl I haw a bm of compom foam my pfom* Pwvkar fowpped "A kit of foam we fnl-ttmn. id** have had a calming effort ow foe Atima They joked awd united during their workout Monday ai Turner F eld, looking like they had wot a cafe in foe -I • I* 111 fred* wl ana toto la fog Atiduae lf iwwti). 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(Clar*)    Sbdnmdt)i far Adaatn hBomd by    ,nnd mr—ba bm' Showdown at the Cougar Den atil ptig ti fooiaa ti T pm agtiati Area runners compete at UTSA Ffoni stall ^sports    _ SAS ANTONIO — Canyon, New Bniuiifclb vind SmnhsAm Valley all competed in the LTS A NA hamburger Im iiaiKMul cro*» country meet Law Saturday I he I meant girts won the gold diN ision title w uh 65 po«ni>. tallowed by C'orpus C hnwt Carroll (71) and Austin Westlake (122) Laurel Weitzer of New HmunfeK finished the 2-mik? course in 12:18, good for fifth place Robin Schacht of Irving was find at 11:33.48 Sarah Damaroda* was Kith with a tune of 12:37 and C rystal Clark fin-ished Idth at 12 54 NBHS coach Noel Hansen -aid the team had good individual performances on Saturday “We got really nice races from Laurel and Sarah;’ he bald. “We’ll have to do a lot better next week " Also competing for the Unicorn girls were Karui Meder (22nd, 12 59), Jodi Slaughter (23rd, 13 OO), Bonnie Gudgell (5Isl, 13:46) and Laura Pulido (57th, 13:49). The Rangers and Cougars competed in the large girls’ race Rebecca Thomas of Smithson Valley finished 10th with a tune of 13:06.68. Canyon’s top runner was Jennifer Hart os, who ran the course in 15:01, a personal record Freshman Run Owens was the C uugarv top unior v arsity runner I Nets ran the course in 17:37. Dustin Hungerford and Hunter Leber ran for the C anyon buys learn. CHS will run at Bandera thin Saturday. The Ranger buys finished 22nd in the large division and were led by Man Bailey, who finished in eighth place Bailey ran the 3.1-mile course in 16:41. The New Braunfels boys finished firth in the large division with 169 points. Uvalde was first with 122 points, followed by Burbank (133) and McNeil (137). Ryan Gorman led the Unicorns, finishing sixth wadi a tune of 17.18. W'ill Slaughter was 23rd at 17:18, followed by Michael Kinde! (39th, 17 49) and Chad Niland (44th, 17:53). Also running for New Braunfels were Jimmy Lagunas (71st, 18:24), Ismael Gonzales (109th, 18:57) and Wes Welch (143rd, 1929). The Unicorns will run this Saturday in Round Rock. Im WI rn Si BIS I wM»b SWS SAN .ANTONIO — For members itt the    Rruuntels    Track    dirt) Smithson Valley JV team stays unbeaten From apl tipcrti_ GONZALES — The Smithson Valley junior varsity foofonU mn improved in record lo 44) with a 41-6 wm igM Ornate TbundDy The Rangers got oo foe board carty m foe ncood n—rtor pm a I-yard run by Matt Woodcock Un Rom blocked a punt on foe Apache* next primming, which sci up a 25-yard foax#    (fibhmhk k.k. .?-• ^ J. ..A. „ i- rrccpooft oy rum iracn wonucwigL Sub v.irsity football EJ (fork and tfosid th IM MDT1! QONZAUS — Th* Ranger -ti nt a 1641 km to for foe following drive, as foe Rang* deform earned a turnover Thai Mi eg a 10-yard pm from Wfoodctnck to Ton Blount an foe Inti pkg of foe half Floret made all three cain pm*** aid tiwjitiWi Valley Ifoj a 21- Andmai ti SJO pin Thunder ti The Ranger offonar conrtnucd to roll in the second half, scoring an rn opening drive when Blake Jones made a 20-yard touchdown reception Blount scored hts second TD of foe night later in foe third quarter an a 33-yard paw from Nkoodchick Flores made both ex tm puma, and Smithton Vhlky led 354) tiler force quarters. Gonzales scored in the fourth quarter on a 105-yard interception return off a Don Fry peas. But the Rangers answered with a I-yard run by Enc Rust for the cvemu a1414 win miuocrucE leu mc oncntic wmi four touchdown passes, bul Blount, Troy Vaughn, E A Hoppe and Dnqpif Comet f)w> t>f<i good gvitrj The defame was led by Kevm Phelan, Flores, Daniel Gibson and The Jaguars t24h|) wed foe cont* fun tpaanar on focu opstung due, ending wifo an 6 y ard run fey lawn Gann Junk him waned an foe Us Canyon k hack Rost Men for a 12 yard besand play luund Jerome Davis half. giving C In foe food drove to foe G foe hall led m for few a 204) lend 4- > afd line hut Chm Cruz made key ( owwf/ fora ai the goal line j 92 yank two third touchdown of The Jaguars Sports Briefs competed in the Run For Home SK List Saturday in Brackenridge Park Ben Hooker was first in his division and fourth overall with a tune of 15:50 Adam Patten was second in his division and fifth overall ti 15:52 and Kyle Swift was third in his division and sixth overall ti 16:03. Enc Baese finished fourth in his division and 11th overall with a tune of 17 40. NBH* toy* •* 6 for eighth ti tim! VICTORIA — The New Braunfels boys’ golf team tied for eighth in its fust tournament of the fall, the Victoria Invitational. Sophomore Michael Schaeffer tied for eighth with a two-round total of 153. Schaeffer shot a 78 last Friday and a 75 in Saturday* final round. Hagan Coble and Josh Speck each had totals of 168 for the tournament Coble shot rounds of 85 and 83, while Speck fired a 83 and an 85. Also competing for the Unicorns were Stuart Griffin (83-91-174) aid John Ray (91-85-176). New Braunfels will play oo Friday in Corpus Christi. The TV team will play Austin Anderson on Thursday Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm ti Home Park in Austin •VMS BHI *A* till BmhIm ti GONZALES - Cody Fuller threw three touchdowns to lead the Smithson Valley freshman “A" team to a 34-6 win against Gonzales last Thursday David kniwszynski caught foe fust pass and Dustin Schmidt* extra point made the score 7-0. The Ranger defense provided the second touchdown when Chns Yfcnkieef blocked a punt and Blake Jackson returned it Schmidt* kick put the Rangers up 14-0. Fuller* second TD pm went lo Aaron Kempf, and Smithson Valley led 21-0. Gonzales then cut the lead to 21-6 when it scored for foe first time til year. On foe ensuing kickoff. Michael Mo&ky returned the bell 96 yards for a touchdown. The Apaches blocked the kick J.D. Reinmger caught Fuller* third peas, and Schmidt* kick was good. Middle linebacker Michael Graham led the defense, along with How to reach us The Hefakf-Zettung sports department encourages administrators, coachee and readers to contribute scores, photos and other information Items can be delivered to us in the following forms: By phone at 625-9144, Ext. 223. By tex at 625-1224 to P.O. Drawer will play Thursday Middle School their fin* las* of (he titian last Thursday The Canyon often* aru* glad throughout the game Canyon (2-11 will play Thursday ai Smithson Valley Middle School tiTBi unproved lo 34) against San Marcos Last John Varik), Andrew Nkoodchick and Scon Grieve all teared touchdowns for the Mustangs 9pfM*g Branch will play Canyon ai home on Thursday “TI An explosive Mustang offense dominated foe Rattler* m a The scoring was spread throughout the offense, but Themas Funk led the The Mustangs (2-0-1) will face Canyon ti home on Thursday 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 Si pmnm at 707 Landa Si during normal business hours Monday through Fnday Ma MMS at We appreciate your efforts in helping us fill Sports Day with as many local stories and photographs as possible ;