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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Sports HvPAldZtltung May 1983 10A Riding the seesaw Unicorns come back to take exciting 109 win By SCOTT HARING Wire editor The New Unicorns banged out 10 hits and hung on against an equally hardhitting Central Catholic squad to take an exciting 109 win In a nondistrict contest Friday Mike Cardenas and Ftuben Zavala led the Unicorn attack with three hits but every player In the lineup contributed at least one run or With two big district games left to the tuneup game is just what coach Pete Garza We needed exactly that right he The seesaw type game brought out some competitive instincts Garza said the team had not shown The biggest part was just getting after he Not sitting back and waiting for things to fail but making them Central Catholic jumped on starter Raul for two runs in the top of the first on three but the Unicorns came back and tied it in the bottom of the Rene Ortega opened the game with a and Mike Cardenas reached on an Ortega scored on a passed and Armando Martinez sacrifice fly scored The Unicorns took the lead in the second with two Doug Campbell walked and advanced to third when Ortegas ground ball to second was bobbled for another Cardenas infield hit scored and Ortega came in on another passed ball to make it Central Catholic made it 43 on a couple of but New padded its lead in the bottom of the Consecutive singles by Mar tinez and Zavala set the stage for another infield error on a Chris Winkler grounder to load the Martinez and Zavala bolh scored on ground outs to increase the Unicorn lead to We needed exactly that right coach Pete Garza The biggest part was just getting after he Not sitting back and waiting for things to fall but making them Central Catholic came storming back in the After two quick the visitors strung together a an infield arid a pair of errors by Mike McUaniel and Danny Xamorras double capped the fourrun inning which gave Central Catholic back the Zamorra was Central Catholics bitting going The fourrun uprising marked the end for Ixigunas put in Ar mando for the final three went in on short notice when Uigunas complained of arm tightness at the beginning of the fifth said lack of preparation was the reason was not as effective as walking three while striking out New Hraunfels greeted Central Gray win at qualifiers meet Smitlvson Valleys Andy Henshaw and Darren Gray put on per formances Friday that bode well fur them at next weekends Region track meet in The two participated at a regional qualifier meet in Jourdanton that featured athletes from 2A and Henshaw won the discus with a throw of 171 8 a personal best as well as a school record and a meet Henshaw also finished second in the shot put with a 51 1 just 8 inches behind first Steve Bunch was eighth in the shut put with a throw of 45 I Darren Gray took first in the 800 meters with a time of Coach Keith Richardson said most of Grays competition for the regional was at the and his first place finish was i good All three alhlclrs will compete in Kingsville May ti and 7 The tup two finishers in each event al regional qualifies for the state meet ID be held the following weekend in Austin SCOTT HARING Philly takes 30 lead YOHK i Ai Franklin Edwards hit a 14foot bank shot with two seconds left to give the Philadelphia Vfiers a 107105 victory over the New York Knicks on Saturday and a 30 lead in their National Basketball Association playoff Philadelphia needs one more vic tory to advance lo the Kastern Con ference final against the winner of the BostonMilwaukee series in which the Bucks lead Game 4 of the bestof seven 76ersKnicks series will In1 here Kdwards shared the heros mantle with Moses Malone and Maurice who scored 28 and 24 points and combined for Philadelphias last II points before Kdwards gamewinner New York trailed 99U9 with to go but rallied behind six points by Bernard who led the Knicks with 21 They lied il at 105105 on two foul shots by Frme Grunfeld with 19 seconds The Tfiers called time out and ran the clock down until Kdwards lei his clinching shot go from the left side of the The with no turn outs could only get off a desperation bomb Julius Krving added 20 points for the Kdwards had 11 points for Rory Sparrow and Bill Cartwn each had 19 for New Catholic reliver Jaime Sanchez with a gametying run in the fifth Catcher Doug troubled by a lack of production at the plate all came through with a twoout single to drive in Chris Winkler to tie the score at seven But Central Catholic came right back with two runs in the top of the sixth on two The Unicorn defense hung up two runners on a pair of alert plays between second arid third to get the second and third outs of the inning and cut short the The backandforth of the game almost demanded a Unicorn and the fans got one in the bottom of the Cardenas doubled to open the and three along with a Zavala gave the Unicorns a threerun inning and a 109 still made things interesting in the After striking out the first two Central Catholic the sophomore walked two in a row and ran the count to 3and2 to Brian But got Stanush to go down and the Unicorns had their 109 New musl now turn its attention to a Tuesday showdown against firstplace The Billies lead District 131A with a while Ihe Unicorns are 82 both teams have one final name Unicorn action Thursday afler they meet We needed this to spring into the game Tuesday as well as the rest of the Garza The who improved their overall record to are assured a playoff berth since the top two teams advance from each The game at Fredericksburg set to bemn Tuesday at Lockhart Canyon 7 A late comeback was not enough Friday afternoon as the Canyon Cougars fell to the I 9 in The Cougars look the lead in the top first when Troy Burch hit a two run but Iockhart scored three times in the bottom of the inning and got all nine of their runs in the first four most of them off of starter and loser Tommy Two Lockhart homers contributed to the Lions Bret Cappclman hit a tworun homer to lead a fourrun uprising in the Canyon but the rally fell We had a couple of other times we could have but we coach Ralph 004 07 12 1 400 10 I Rodriguez Hernandry tii and Cappclman i i WPSchaller LP At Now Fjriiunfcls Unicorn catcher Dune Campbell fires the ball down to while Chris Wink lei is beaten to first by the loth slices of action come from F tidily nights 10 9 New Jraunfels win over Central Hall of Famers Knicks DeBusschere together again ABi Bill Bradley and Dave teammates on the world champion New York Knicks teams of the early are paired again as they enter the Basketball Hall of Also Joining 138 other coaches and contributors to the game at induction Monday will be University of North Carolina Coach Dean former Cincinnati Royals star Jack Twyman find two pioneers of the modern game who are now referee Uoyd leith and former Amateur Athletic Union President lou now a senator from New said he was particulanly happy to be elected the same year as now general manager of IheKnJckr In a we helped each other get Bradley pointing to the complete dedication to teamwork that marked the Knicks teams that won the 1970 and 1973 NBA With the installation of Bradley and four members of those teams will bo in the Hall of Bradley will be presented by Jerry who was installed two years and DeBusschire by Willis who was inducted last A twotime AllAmerica at Princeton and a Rhodes a native of Crystal Mo was the first basketball player to win the AAUs Sullivan Award as the nations out standing one of the few men to play major league baseball al the same lime he was playing in the was one of basketballs great defensive forwards during his 11year career in Detroit and New York a standout at the University of epitomized the offensive averaging points a game during his 11year pro career with the Royals in Rochester and Now a supermarket executive in Twyman became the legal guardian of his Maurice when Stokes was paralyzed with encephalitis in 1958 and cared for Stokes until he died in whose teams have a 77 percent winning record for the 22 years he has been at North is one of two coaches to have won the NCAA and NIT championships and the Olympic gold Wilson to join state grid standouts at AllStar game By KARIMITCHEtL Sports uditor New Braunfels runmngback Farl Wilson topped the list of football allstars chosen recently by tin Texas High School Coaches Association to play in the annual NorthSouth Allstar game July Played in Maverick Stadium on the campus of the University of Texas at the 49th annual game will begin at Ron Poe of McKinney will coach the North all stars while Joe Clements of Huntsville will coach the South Tickets may be ordered through the TJISCA Box TX 78781 or through John University of Texas at Box TX Money orders or cashiers check Ticket price is and purchasers are asked to include mailing fee with each South Allstars include Mark Huntsville Craig Jefferson Bret Belton Donna Tuffy Port Isabel Gaylon Union hill Freddie Agua Dulce Uirry Rogers Ray Refugio and Roger back Others include Duncan Bremond Kdwin Hawkins Terry Johnny Granger Nelson back Cameron Jerry Beaumont West Talbert Jourdanton Jim Colmesneil Freddie Converse Judson Terry Gregory Portland Alja Galena Park and Cory Vanderbuilt Still other include Gordon Waller Phillip East Jeff Stralford Billy Diboll Michael Austin Reagan Willie Jasper Henry U Porte John Baytown Sterling James Aldine McArthur Sylvester Houston Yates and Sam Pharr San
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