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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas LESLIE ZEITUNG Canyon s Brad Campbell lays down a bunt in front of catcher Gary Edwards during a Cougar workout Experienceladen Cougars look to fill small holes By DAVID KING Sports editor His hassling with all the new rules Canyon baseball coach Ralph Behrend must now settle down to more mundane topics like finding outfielders and Behrend doesnt need a lot of help in any of those areas not with seven of eight regulars in the field andthree pitchers back from last years 2310 team that reached the state But a little help here and a little there might push the Cougars past some rough tunes early in the especially if the basketball team makes the Weve got three kids in basketball who all play the same positions first base and third Behrend Therell be somebody out of position for a First basemanpitcher Ronnie first basemanthird baseman Troy Moss and third basemanpitcher Danny Hernandez are all still playing Michael who pitched during the early part of last will help take up the slack until Rittimann and Hernandez join the Brad the teams hottest pitcher at the end of is back to pitch as Its going to be tough early in the season when we have to get down to that 3 Behrend Scott Wagner pitched on the junior varsity last so hes one of the top candidates for that In the Behrend has to replace defensive whiz Marcelino Gonzales in Were looking for our best athlete for center Behrend Weve got Raul Danny Spring of 85 Canyon baseball Rodriguez and Scott Wagner back from last and theyve all looked pretty Weve also got Gary Edwards and Bobby Reed weve got some people who can play out Its just a matter of who and Chapa and Rodriguez played ex tensively last while Edwards was the regular designated Wagner and Reed were also on the although they didnt play Infielder Hector Martinez is another returning player from the varsity Scott Smith is the top player from the junior varsity Behrend The Cougars main strengths will be defense and experience this the coach That ex perience includes the entire infield catcher Bret first basemen Moss and second baseman Randy shortstop Campbell and third basemen Moss and Cappleman was allstate tour nament last season and the Cougars top power Campbell was the teams strongest pitcher down the stretch last while Hernandez hit over in the playoffs and was also untouchable on the Hernandez will be as hot as he was at the end of last Behrend He struggled most of the year being a he would really help our Canyons which has been tossed around for the last month because of new limitations on after school finally is The Cougars open the season 26 at then go to the Fredericksburg tournament March The Cougars home opener at their new field will be March 11 against Canyon also has nondistrict games scheduled against Del Austin Austin Anderson and Smithson Its a little bit stronger schedule than we had last Behrend The 3A teams are all district contenders theres nobody weak on While the Cougars have lots of factors in their favor overall good defense and worlds of experience theyll have one disadvantage they didnt have last They wont be able to sneak up on But that doesnt worry Im glad were up he I think itll help Itll make us work harder to stay up Schedule Date Opponent Time March 12 Fredericksburg tournament Match San March March New Braunfels tournament March 19 Del Valle March 21 Luling March March March 25 March 26 Austin Anderson Aptil April 4 Valley April New April 12 April April 19 at Fredericksburg April April April 30 Hays May May 8258041 Since 1946 STORES Big Warehouse Store To Serve You 330 Landa Street Super Store With Super We Reserve limit Early Times Brown Ezra Brooks Dlckel Jim Beam Ancient Ago 4i IVM Williams Jack Daniel VODKA ft TEQUILA Gordon Oln H Pw f 7t WHISKEY Canadian Club 18 15 99 75 Canadian Mist 1 Walkers Canadian 75 Seagram 7W 75 Windsor Canadian SCOTCH 4 RUM Jacques Cardie Brandy 75 Scotch IT HlilMaed Mist Scotch 71 Wetter Md Milt SWIM t TCU poised to grab cream of recruit crop By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Christian poised to rake in a giantsized share of Texas blue chip football players today while the states top Hart Lee Dykes of Bay kept at least three schools waiting for his a unanimous selection among the Southwest Conference coaches voting to the Dallas Times Heralds blue chip had narrowed his choices to Tefcas and the 1 target of college recruiters throughout the recruiting hoped to make an announcement but wasnt making Its been an and its something that everybody should go a weary Dykes But only TCU Coach Jim who led the Frogs to an 83 record last has presented a high profile during the recruiting gaining pledges from four blue Chip players from the Times Heralds 14player The Horned who have never signed more than three blue chippers in one led all other Southwest Conference in commitments prior to todays first official TCU had commitments from a list of 28 recruits headed by Jasper wide receiver Reggie Huffman running back Greg Houston Madison quarterback Ronald Jiles and Fort Worth Eastern Hills defensive tackle Mitchell a superbly gifted allaround caught 94 passes during three varsity seasons with the Black He earned allstate honors as a wide receiver in his junior season and was a double first team allstater as a senior at wide receiver and Dykes is a starter on the Bay City basketball team that is ranked 1 in the state in Class Five SWC schools Texas Rice and Texas Tech went into the signing date with no Texas blue chip Texas held a commitment from Ed a 260 defensive tackle from SanfordFritsch and Baylor landed blue chipper Sam a 65 230 tight end from Lubbock Arkansas Coach Ken Hatfield helped stem the exodus from his state by signing eight players off Arkansas Super although the states top quarterback Eric Mitchell of Pine apparently will go to Building up Spurs topple Kings Rockets win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The San Antonio Spurs are playing just over but Marc lavaroni says they are just building up to their National Basketball Association People say were not that but were going to surprise Before the season is people will say were playing like the Spurs of lavaroni said Tuesday night after the Spurs dominated the Kansas City Were working hard to make the We want to peak at playoff time and be playing our best at the end of said who had 11 nine points and three steals as the Spurs took their record to Johnny Moore and George Gervin each scored 23 points to lead the Spurs over Kansas and losers of six of its last seven The who outrebounded the Kings 5630 and shot almost 60 per cent for the built a 22point lead going into the second quarter and led 6747 at the They blew it open in the third leading by 30 late in the Mike Mitchell had 22 points for San and Artis Gilmore had 17 10 rebound and seven of the Spurs 10 blocked Rockets 126 Suns 114 Ralph Sampson scored nine of his gamehigh 27 points in a fourminut fourthquarter spurt as Houston topped over the It was at that point in the game when I had to take Sampson We needed somebody to do 76ers 124 Pacers 116 Andrew Toney scored 29 points and NBA ByThe Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W Philadelphia New Jersey 33 Central Division WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 20 21 23 San 25 Utah 24 27 2 714 Kansas 34 15 Pacific Division 16 Phoenix 26 OW 28 12V4 30 14 31 1514 39 24 Tuesdays Gomes Dallas Cleveland 112 Philadelphia Indiana 116 Chicago Detroit OT Milwaukee New Jersey 103 Houston Phoenix 114 San Antonio Kansas City 109 Denver Atlanta 107 Portland Boston 103 Lakers Clippers 110 Utah Golden State 110 Seattle Washington 94 Todays Games Cleveland at New Jersey New York at Philadelphia Dallas at Detroit Atlanta at Utah Golden State at Clippers Philadelphia rallied in the second half to beat The 76ers trailed by six points at the and finally broke away from a nipandtuck game behind Toneys sharpshooting in the fourth Mavericks 131 Cavaliers 112 Rolando Blackman scored 12 of his seasonhigh 35 points in the third quarter as Dallas streaked from a halftime tie to a 20point lead on the way to a runaway victory over It was the Mavericks fourth straight Bucks 111 Nets 103 Sidney Moncrief scored 32 points and Terry Cummings added 25 as Milwaukee beat New Jersey to snap a threegame losing Bulls 139 Pistons 125 Michael Jordan scored a career high 49 points and Orlando Woolridge added 31 in leading Chicago to a victory in Nuggets 131 Hawks 107 Calvin Natt scored 29 points as the Nuggets routed Atlanta for their 10th straight victory at Jazz 122 Warriors 110 Mark Eaton starred during second period Utah hot streak and Adrian Dantley scored a gamehigh 35 points to lead the Jazz over Golden Blazers 111 Celtics 103 Darnell Valentine scored 23 points and Sam Bowie turned in a fine all around game with 16 13 rebounds and four blocked shots to pace Portland over Lakers 121 Clippers 110 Earvin Magic Johnson scored 12 of his 23 points in the opening quarter as the Lakers took control early and cruised past the 8 X FRED BEHRENDS WORLD CLASS 8 NEW BRAUNFELS FEBRUARYJ3th TFIRSTTiME EVHlT vet JHW W Otfctr MitchM and more Super Stare li UK HBUfTH ITMTOM H fcM TIU MATCH TIME
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