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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Waco Midway wins CISD golf tourney By KARI MITCHELL Sporto editor Led by Mike Dixons four under par the Waco Midway Tigers clinched first place in the Comal Golf Tournament at Landa Park Mike also of took second place with a 71 while Craig Hughes of Leander defeated Todd Still of Waco in sudden death for Each shot a All three area high schools entered New Braunfels finished fourth with 337 Canyon finished seventh with a total of 348 points and Smithson VaUey finished 13th with Medalist scorers for the teams were Canyons Frank Sell and David Leal with scores of 105 and and NBs Shawn Jack with a Leading the New Braunfels team was David Vollbrecht who finished the tourney tied for seventh place with a score of Other NB scorers were Rector Lynn Kraft Mike Moleno 92 and David For Brad Campbell finished ninth with a Steve Perez followed with an Brent Thomas shot an Chris Brown hit for 97 and Fernando Tom Brace shot a 94 to lead the Canyon B team to a 14th place finish while Thomas Matschek had a John Amaro shot a Larry Ross got 111 and Mike Other team results Randolph second with a 320 Leander third with a 331 NB fourth with a 337 Gonzales fifth with a 338 Luling sixth with a 343 Canyon seventh with a 348 Fredericksburg eighth with a 351 San Marcos Academy ninth with a 353 GregoryPortland 10th 354 Boerne llth 364 Lockhart 12th 368 Smithson Valley 13th 371 Canyon B team and Gonzales B teams tie 14th with a 401 Del Valle 16th with a 409 and SV B team 17th with a Sports Calendar Baseball openera Season opens for area teams New Braunfels hosts Seguin at 4 Cole at Smithson Valley at March 3 Canyon at Fredericksburg tourney through Saturday March 4 Nixon at 4 March 5 NB at Austin 1 Tennis Today Canyon at San March 2 SV at March 4 NB tour nament at Track March 4 Canyon at Hays Rebel Relays NB at ChapfMral Relays March 5 SV at If your group would like to have your local sports event appear in the HeraldZeitung sports null it to Drawer New TX or call 6259144 and ask for the sports Deadline is 5 the day before Sports HvraldZeitunf March 6 Cougars on top New Braunfels Tracy Winegar reaches for the ball while doubles partner Julie Clonts moves to back Staff phuto by Junn Senter NB 7th at state tennis meet The Taylor seeded first in this past weekends 16team state tennis defeated the New Braunfels Unicorns 102 in the second round of play and went on to clinch first The Unicorns finished seventh in the state while Westlake took Mercedes claimed third and Kerrville Tivy placed I thought wed do better than we said NB coach David But it was an all team ef NB took its first match against Wichita Falls Hirschi by a score of but then lost to Taylor 102 and Friendswood The Unicorns won a dual match Monday by the score of NB won three splitset and Mueller credited that for the Tim Moeller and the doubles teams of Tracy Winegar and Julie Clonts and Janice Fikac and Jenny Clonts were the splitset On the run Unicorn talent leave Simmonds optimistic about 83 track season By KARI MITCHELL Sports editor Sophomore David DeLemos will lead the 23member New Braunfels varsity boys track team this year in what coach Lew Simmonds feels may the best season hes seen in Weve got some great he DeLemos has got to be the favored in the district 100 and 200 meters he placed fourth in the district meet last year and the three above him either graduated or moved to another Plus weve got more numbers added depth which means more to qualify in both areas track and I havent had that in a long Were definitely going to be stronger than last With a 1982 second place district finish to their better has got to mean right Id say we all feel weve got a really good said Kerrville Tivys going to be the biggest competition with Matt Taylor and Joe Baker both run the attitude of this group is probably the best Ive coached in all of my 12 We got people like Earl Craig Wersterfer and Rick Schultz after being so successful in their other come out at the very end and run That acts as a catalyst for the whole spirit of the team and says a lot for Thats probably going to be our strong As far as the actual competition the Unicorns best events will be the 100 and 200 meter runs plus a few Tim Doty and Brian Frassmann are prime candidates for district in the shot put according to Sim and Keith Buck should be good in the intermediate Wilson and DeLemos are ex pected to do well in the long jump against Baker and Wersterfer may be the favorite for the pole vault As in DeLemos the top three vaulters are no longer in the Wersterfers highest vault is 13 On the 20man junior Simmons expects sophomores Kenan Ikels and Victor Cabellero to bring home Ikels will compete in the pole vault and do some running while Cabellero should be one of the top three or four discus For the first time since Ive been said the threeyear NB well have three people in each field an adequate amount of quality and enough depth to be really Were all excited about the The freshman team will have approximately 21 NB will compete in its first meet Saturday at Austin Westlakes Chapparal Schedule 35 Chap Austin Faseler San Marcos 319 Antler Kerrville 326 Cougar Canyon 331 Thurs Central Judson 49 Unicorn NB 416 Austin Berger Center 422 District NB 430 Regional Karnes City Christi 513 Memorial Stadium Corpus State Austin Aggies stomp set sights on 3rd place By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas hopes for a third place finish in the Southwest Con ference could hinge on Saturday af ternoons game in Lubbock against Texas The Aggies moved into a tie for the 3 spot Monday night with an easy 9659 win over hapless Texas in a game played at College The win lifted the 1613 and 96 in SWC to a thirdplace tie with Texas which has won only one of 15 conference fell to 620 for the Not long after his team celebrated the Aggie Coach Shelby Metcalf already was looking forward to the Tech When and Tech get those games have been the closest games that weve been involved Theyve got super Itll be a big ball I know they have only oight players but all eight of them can 1 know were in for the fight of our Metcalf Claude who scored 20 points to lead the also pointed to the pending Lubbock clash as We know were gonna really have to play but if the Aggies play like we did well be Riley The Aggies had little trouble with which took an early 3point lead before raced led by 20 by Texas Coach Bob Weltlich was disillusioned by yet another Its tough sitting there and not being able to do Weltlich There is such a big disparity in athletic ability at some Its like they have a bunch of sprinters going against our guys who and thats not being disrespectful to our Its just alarming to watch the difference in athletic They simply can jump higher and run Tyren Naulls had 15 points for Reggie Roberts scored Lowell McHenry had 11 and Kenny Brown added 10 for the Carlton Cooper led Texas with while Bill Wendlandt and David Seitz scored 12 Houston 1 in APpoll HOUSTON AP The Houston Cougars have scratched and clawed their way steaily up the college basketball ladder throughout the season and finally achieved the 1 ranking in The Associated Press So what happens in their first game after receiving the honor Monday in a tabulation of 58 sports writers and sportscasters They will put the 1 rank in dire jeopardy Thursday by traveling to to meet fifth ranked Arkansas in the maniacal atmosphere of Barnhill Arena where the Cougars have never won in seven There is The Cougars will take a 232 recot d and the nations longest winning streak 18 into the game but they will also carry the 1 jinx that has felled the six previous AP standard Adding to Houstons misery is the fact that Arkansas Coach Eddie Sutton has lost only six of 106 games in Barnhill since becoming head coach eight seasons Houston players have chosen a stiff upper lip and business as Theyve been saying we were 1 since last Friday so this is no big guard Michael Young We just have to keep playing our best and not let anyone get big headed and play our regular Benny dubbed Instant Offense for his offthebench per said the Cougars would ignore speculation of the We were picked to win the Southwest conference last year and we didnt and we were picked to win it again this year and thats what were aiming for Anders The SWC is whats on our Coach Guy seeking his first victory against a Suttoncoached team in said the timing for being rated 1 could have been Id rather be ranked 1 April he The 1 ranking has humbled the nations currently rated 2 behind the spent four weeks in the lead followed by two Memphis State and UCLA one week each and North Carolina and University of NevadaLas two weeks Houston outballoted the Cavaliers 1215 in first place votes and had a advantage in Houston has not reached the 1 position in the AP poll since the Elvin Hayesled Cougars won 31 straight games in The other Southwest Conference team to gain the 1 distinction was Arkansas in with victories last week over Wright State and Western jumped from fifth to third and moved from seventh to fourth ahead of 5 241 and 131 behind the Cougars in the drew the other first place vote and took the 6 spot followed by North and to round out the top Completing the top 20 were 205 Wichita 233 226 Ohio 187 Boston College 205 197 Memphis State 195 186 Ten 213 and Sixtime Class A girls champs lose at regional Texas the first time in six the Nazareth Swiftettes will not capture the Texas Class A Girls State Basketball Tournament in After seven straight tournament an unprecedented six straight and after 40 straight playoff Nazareth has been knocked out of the The Sudan a team the Swiftettes had beaten twice in District 6A upset Nazareth Saturday night 3926 in the Region One finals at Sudan will be in the state tour nament starting Thursday for the first time since We knew we were the best team and we said Sudans Lisa who scored a game high 14 We knew they couldnt beat us three which finished its season at was ranked 1 in the state by the Texas Association of Basketball It had to end sooner or said Nazareth Coach Joe But we disappointed because we felt like this was as good a team as we have ever Yastremszki remembers first training camp WINTER AP Carl Yastrzemski of the Boston Red Sox thought for barely a second and said I remember my first spring training Yastrzemski made it sound just like yesterday as he dug into his memory to recall the first time he donned a Boston uniform nearly onequarter century In a way it seems like yesterday because it was a time Ill never Captain Carl said in an in terview on the eve of his 24th training camp with the Red Signed after his freshman year at Notre Yastrzemski hit as a second baseman and shortstop in his first pro season at Raleigh in That earned him an invitation to the Boston training camp the next spring in I just a kid like most young a little was I nervous when I reported to the Red Yaz It was something entirely meeting and dressing with Ted Williams and But Yastrzemski responded to the nervousness the same way he has handled pressure throughout his He soon began to burn up the Cactus League and it was obvious that a star was in the I settled down quickly and had a heck of a probably as good as any he I honestly thought I had made the ball with three or four days to I got the shock of my I was sent down to was I ticked I thought I had done everything possible in preseason games and didnt like being cut one when I joined Minneapolis then in the American the manager cooled That was Gene who I think had a big in fluence in shaping my He told me that I was going to play left I had played the infield all my life and that was a but not for He explained that Ted Williams was playing just one more year and the Red Sox wanted me to take over for him in left Yastrzemski broke into a grin when he recalled his reaction to the I asked Gene how he wanted me to play left Yaz He told me Any way you any way as long as you feel comfortable and can do the Given that vote of Yaz eagerly ac cepted the
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