New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 1, 1983, Page 9

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 1, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Herald-Zeitung S May ' 1983    TOA Riding the seesaw Unicorns come back to take exciting 10-9 win By SCOTT HARING Wir« editor The New Braunfels Unicorns banned out IO hits and hung on against an equally hardhitting Central Catholic squad to take an exciting 10-9 win in a non-district contest Friday night Mike Cardenas and Ruben Zavala led the Unicorn attac k with three hits apiece, but every player in the lineup contributed at least one hit, run or HBI With two big dis Irk I games left to go. the tune up game is just what coach Bete Garza wanted We needed exactly tfiat right there," he said Ila* seesaw type game brought out some competitive instincts Garza said the team had not shown before "The biggest part was competing, just getting after it." h* said Not sitting back and waiting fur things to fall in, but making them happen Central C atholic jumped on starter Baul lagunas for two runs in the top of the first on three hits, but the Unicorns came bat k and tied it in the bottom of the inning Kent Ortega opened the game with .1 doubt* and Mike Cardenas rea* lied on an error Ortega v ored on a passed ball, and Armand** Martinez sac rife * flv scored C ardenas The Unicorns took the Ie.id in the second with two outs Doug * umpb**ll walked and advanced to third when Ortega's ground hall to second was bobbled for another error Cardona infield hit scored Campbell .md Ortega came in on another p.* *-d ball to make it #»2 Central ( athold made it l l ii a couple of singles, but New Braunfe s padded its lead in the bottom c*f th** third Consecutive single^ by Mar tmez and Zavala set th* stage for another infield error on a Chris Winkler grounder to load th*- bases Martinez and Zavala both scored on ground outs to ire reuse the Un mint lead toft-3 "We needed exact!y that right there," coach Reft* Garza said. ‘The biggest part vz.is competing, /ast getting after it, " he said "Not sitting back .md waiting for thing: to fall rn, but making them th 1 pp en Central (athold came storming bac k in the fourth VC* *r two (j ... • outs, the visitors strung together a walk, an inlaid tut afd 1 }*air * errors bv Mike M< I lame! arni Ort*** a Danny Zamorra double capped th* f**ur-run inning which gave Central < athel IC tMKk th*- lea I /-lino: 1.1 a,1 Central < atholk * hitting star going Mot 4 with3 RHI The four-run uprising market) the end for lagunas Garza put lit mando Martinez for the final thre-innings M.irtme/ went in **n h rt notice when lagunas comp)ame*i of arm tightness at th** beginning of the fifth, Garza said la* k of preparation was the reason Martinez wa riot a effective as usual, walking three w bile striking out fiv *• New Braunfels greeted 1 enli *. Henshaw, Gray win at qualifiers' meet .Smithson Valley Vndy ll* :i»haw arui Darren (ira. put on (** *i formances Friday ti.at IxhU* well i r them at next weekend R*. ion IN • \ tra* k meet in Kingsv illr The two j*urti< 1 pa ted at a 1* gloria! qualifier- meet in Jourdanton that featured athletes from \    \ and \ classifications Henshaw won the Ii u with a throw III GT feet ft int fie ., a IMT Olla! t»est as well as a st h**i| r«-« old and <1 meet record Hen .flaw also finished second in tfw* shot put with a .*! t 2 im h toss, just 8 tnt ties behind first Steve Buri' ti was eighth in ttu stint put with * throw ii I feet I ie h* Dart *n Gray took In st in tin woo meters with a tune of I aft t1* 1 ou- ti Keith Rn hardson said nu»st of < .r av competition f«»r the regional w.*-. at the meet, and his first plat e fun .ti was a go***l sign Mi three athlete will compel* in Kingsville May ft intl I ta t p tw fmisheis in each ••vent at regional qualifies for ttl«- tat* meet to Im tie 1*1 th* following weekemt ut Austin Si OTT HARING Catholic reliver Jaime Sanchez with a game-tymg run in the fifth inning Call her Doug Campbell, troubled by a la* k of production at the plate all season, came through with a two-out single to drive in Otaris Winkler to tie the score at seven apiece But Central C atholic came right ba* k with two runs in the top of the sixth on two hits Th*- Inn urn defense hung up tw*. runners on a pair of alert plays between second and third to get the second and third outs of tile inning and cut short the threat lh* burk und-forth of th* game almost demanded a Unicorn < i nieba* k. and the fans got one in the b*>ttom of th#- sixth Cardenas doubled to >p*-n th* inning, and three errors, along with a /-iv ala single, gave the i 'm* orris a three-run inning and a IO-9 lead Martin*-/, still struggling, mad* Urn,i interesting in the seventh \ft* r striking out th** first two < Vntrai < athold batters, the sophomore w a Iked two in a row and ran th** count t I and 2 to Brian Stanush But Mat f Me/ got StaflUsh to go <j*'WU swinging and th** Uni* oms had their I CMI vrict tv New Braunfels must now turn its attention to a i U'-sdav showdown against fit sepia* e F reded* ksburg Du Billies lead Dtstru tint with a '• I t*•<‘01 I af th* I rai urn* art* ft 2. tx*th teams have one final game Unicorn action At * ;» * New Bran* '* * res Chef tai if*>wr1 ti* ' ta- it..*, tii t im by fh*- tt 1 * (fay finjhf s IQT New Thursday after they meet Tuesday We needed this ti spring into the game Tuesday as well as th* rest of the season. Garza said The Unicorns, who improved their overall record to 15-6, are assured a playoff berth since the top t wo teams advance from each district The gam*- at Frederi* ksburg is et t G gin Tuesday at 7 JO pm Lockhart 9, Canyon 7 A late * otnebac k a . r »t en igh Friday afternoon as th* ( any on C ougars fell t<* the ! ***khart lj<*ns. 9* 7, in U>< khart UM* Cougar* took lf.* lead ti th* * p first when Troy Burch Jr hit a two run homer, but D* khart scored thru* times in the bottom *»f the inning and got all nine of their runs ti. th* first four innings, most of them off of starter and loser Tummy Bain lw Jam khart homers contribute*) I - til* I jons st ring Bret Cappelinari    hit    a    two s    un hon a : ' > lead    a f mr run    uprising    sr th* < an yon sixth, but th* rally ! <11 hurt We had .* couple of other tim* we could have scored but w* lull t," ( .u h Ralph Behrend said Canyon ..    701    MM    0    7 I*    I I *m khart . ,    102    IOO    x    9 IO    I Ham, Rodriguez I lf* man ie/ • and( appelinan S* hailer \ .ar*-/ *» and F rev WF S* ha Dei Ii* Bain aff hor D« its • ,., * ,bell B ti sin ■" ne Ms a {sa I, *'* Philly takes 3-0 lead NKW YORK AU Franklin Fdwards hit a 14 font flank dint Witt: two seconds I#*ft ti* give the ITuladelphia 'at a 1*>, Sn. yid iv over the New York Kin. ks >»n Saturday arui a lo lead in thru National Basketball Assot nation piayiff series Utuladelphia needs one mort* victory to advance to Ila* Eastern Con ference final against the winner of tin* Boston Milwaukee series in uh, h th* Bu* ks lead 2-0 Game 4 of th* be->t <f seven 76er*-Kfld ks series will Im- here Sun* lay Fdwards shared the hero s mantle with Moses Malone and Mauri * Cheeks, who scored 28 and 24 points respectively, and combined for Uhtladeiphia s last Jft point tad ore e dwards game winnei New York trailed ‘*•'09 with 3 ift to go but rallied tu-hind six (aunts bv Bernard King, win- led th* Kin. ks with 2! points They lied it at lh* lo.* on two foul shilts bv I rule Grunfeld w itll 19 -.et mids left The .'he 1 s called time out and tai the * ha k down until Edwat Is .et his cluu bing shot go from th* u ft side f th** lane Die Knn ks. with no time outs left, could only get *fT a desperation bt»ud> Julius Erving a ld**tl 20 points for tin* .’Hers Edwat Is fuel ll (mints b i Philadelphia Hor) Sparrow and Bill Cart * light each had 19 for V-w S >ik Hall of Famers Knicks' Bradley,DeBusschere together again SPRINGFIELD, Mass AH Bill Bradley and Dave DeBu Ct* teammate* on the woe Id champion New York Knicks teams of tin- early 1970s are paired again as thev enter the Basketball Hall of F ame Also Joining IUD other players, coaches and contributors to the game at induction Monday will br University of North Carolina C«*ach Dean Smith, tonner Cincinnati Royals star Jack Twyman and two pioneers of the modern game who are now dead, referee IJoyd leith and former Amateur Athletic Union President Urn Wilke Bradley, now a US senator from New Jersey, said he wa- particulars happy" to be elected Du* same year as DeHuaachere. now general manager of the K nicks In a way, we helped each tither gi t here, Bradley said, pointing to the complete dedication lo teamwork that marked the Ki n ks teams that a >n th** 1970and 1973 NR \championships W ith the installation of Bradley an I De Buss* here, four members of those teams will b* in th** Hall of Fain* Bradley will be presented bv Jerrv Lucas, who was installed two years ago, and De Buss* here by Willis Reel, w ho w as inducted iast > ear A two-time AU-America at Princeton and a Rhodes Nth.Jar, Bradley. .1 native of t ry sui City Mo was the frit basketball player to win th*- AA Us Sullivan Award as lh** nation s ut standing athlete I ie Buss* her**, out of bi** few men to play major league baseball at the same tin ie he was playing in th** NBA, was on** of basketball's great defensive forwards (luting his ll-year career rn IH*!f tit and New York I wy man, a stand out at th* Universify of Cincinnati, **pilomiied the offensive forward, averaging 19 2 points a game during hts ll-year pro career with th** Royals rn Rochester and Cincinnati Now .* supermarket executive in Cincinnati, Iwyrnan be. ame the legal guardian of his teammate, Maurice Stokes, when Stokes was (laraly/ed with encephalitis in 1958 and tared for Stokes until he died in 1970 Smith, whose teams have a 77 percent winning record for the 23 years he has been at North Carolina, is one of two ouches to have won the NCA A and MT championships and the Olympic gold medal Wilson to join state grid standouts at All-Star game Bv KARI MITCH! 1 1 Sports web tor New Braunfels running bai * I ar! Wilson topped the list of football ali st.us chosen recently bv th* Texas High St bool Coat ht s As- ,«lotion to play rn th* annual North-South All-star game Wednesday. July 26 Played in Maven* k Stadium on the 1 ampus of the University .if Texas at Arlington, Du* 4 Th annual game will begin at 7 JO p rn Hon Poe of Mi Kinney w ill t eat h the North all* stars while Joe Clements of Huntsville will coach the South all-stars Tickets may be ordered through th** DISCA off)* «*, PO Box 14627. Austin. TX .8781 or thr-ugh John Mo* ck, University of Texas at Arlington. Box 19079. Arlington, TX 76019 Money orders or castile! s check only Tick**! pre *■ is $4 and pur- Rasers or* asked to include ti mailing fee with eat ii order South All-stars include Mark Shupak, Ki< ker, Huntsville, Craig Stump, balk P A Jefferson Bret Stafford, batk Belton. Pup** Gonzales, heck, Donna, Tuff) Martinez, ba. k Port Isabel, Gaylon Bowser back. Union lull Fr**tlili* Frank, bark, Agua Dub* , U.rrv Coots, back Rogers, Ray Hutchinson ba * Refugio and Roger Yu k ha« k from Tomball Others nu iud* Duncan lf **.j son, back, Bremond I,*lwm Simmons, bat k Hawkins, Terry Rose bat k, Willowndge, Johnny liorn, back. Granger, Nelson Huffy, back < arneron. Jerry Hall, bat k, Beaumont West Brook Talbert Fnglenian, lineman, Jourdanton Jim < arlton. lineman, Colmesneil, Freddie Nnks n lineman, Converse Judson. Terry Robison lineman, Gregory-Portland; Alja Jones, lineman Galena Park, and C ory Allen, lineman, Vanderbuilt Industrial Still other include Gordon Br*»wn, lineman, Waller. l*hillip Karasek, lineman, East Bernard, Jeff Glasser, lineman, S B Stratford, Billy Alexander, lineman. Diboll Michael Turner, lineman, Austin Reagan, Willie (ade, lineman, Jasper. Henry Garcia lineman, la* Porte. John Robinson, lineman. Baytown Sterling; James Shibest, end. Aldine McArthur Sylvester Morgan, end. Houston Yates, and Sam Ramirez, end, Pharr -San Juan-Alamo ;

Share Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: May 1, 1983

RealCheck