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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Tournament delays This mornings New Braunf elsCany on game was delayed because of the pushing todays New Braunfels Invitational baseball tournament schedule back an If the Unicorns and Cougars are unable to play they will play their semifinal game Sports Friday March 8A CHS advance Canyon routs 133 By DAVID KING Sports editor Canyons Amazing Cougarmatics diced and made thousands of julienne fries out of the Travis Rebels Thursday processing a 133 victory in the first round of the New Braunfels The Cougars ended the game early with a sixrun fifth inning that in cluded two successful squeeze two intentional two two a balk and a partridge in a pear It also included two since the game was stopped when the Cougars went ahead by 10 runs on Randy Riggs popup single behind third Im pretty pleased with the lineup we had Canyon Coach Ralph Behrend Every Canyon player had a hit in the Cougars 11hit and every one but Bret Cappleman who was 2for3 had at least one run batted We even got production out of the bottom two in the order two sacrifice squeeze Behrend Those squeezes came from Danny Rodriguez and Raul who pushed in the fourth and fifth runs of the fifth The which was pushed back almost two hours because of wet conditions at Unicorn didnt start out as well for the Cougars as it Travis center fielder David Box score ab r h r h bi ss 3b 3000 2b dh 3110 p cl 3112 c 1b 3121 rf rf 2010 dh cr 0000 1b 2000 cf ph 1000 If ss 3000 Totals c 1000 p 3010 cr 0000 24 3 6 3 01 3 Canyon 403 0613 Game called because of 10 run Two out when game E Hernandez LOB Travis Canyon 2B Edwards HR S IP H R ER BB SO Travis 11131044 Canyon W 20 5 63 3 4 4 Balk A Degelia blasted a tworun homer off Brad Campbell in the first inning for a quick Rebel but Travis couldnt push in another run until Bobby Valilees solo shot in the Brad learned Behrend They really lost two on but he seemed to get better and better as the game went Canyon took control of the game in the bottom of the first on walks to Danny Hernandez and singles by Campbell and Cappleman and a screaming basesloaded double to rightcenter field by Gary Hardthrowing Travis starter Bubba Loera settled down after that until two outs in the Edwards started a threerun rally with a double to left by Ronnie Rittimann scored Edwards with a bouncing single up the and then the suddenly powerful Troy Moss lined a tworun homer over the leftfield It was Moss second homer of his varsity career and his second this Campbell started Canyons big final inning when he reached on a throwing Cappleman banged a double off the leftfield wall to put runners at second and and the Rebels walked Edwards in tentionally then picked him off Rittimann also drew an intentional walk to reload the Moss hit a quick roller that scooted under shortstop Arnold Rivas glove and scored Campbell and Rodriguez scored Rittimann on a squeeze bunt and got an infield hit out of Chapa scored Moss with another bunt to make it Hernandez almost ended the game with an oppositefield but settled for a runscoring double in the leftfield He went to third on a and scored on Riggs popup behind third base that eluded three Unicorns hold off 64 LESLic New Braunfels Bobby Tristan top lines a homer to right field in the days first while Canyons Troy Moss below recovered from this strike and lined a homer of his own in the Cougars victory ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer Playing a game that would give any coach gray New Braunfels opened its own tournament Thursday with a 64 victory over Unicorn shortstop Bobby Tristan went 3for4 and pitcher Armando Martinez hit two home runs and srtuck out 14 batters to snuff out the New Braunfels run production could easily have been but the team ran into problems once base runners were I counted six mistakes on the part of our said Unicorn Coach Pete It was just We just werent keeping our heads in the Martinez also wasnt up to his usual performance Garza being affected by by the cold and the which turned routine fly balls into base Armando never got Garza It was cold and with the rain delay we he had to rush I didnt get him started soon Martinez started off feeding a home run pitch to Eagle leadoff Box score NEW h h 3h 100 New Braunfels 110 E Uhlman DP Georgetown LOR Braunlels Georgetown G 2B HR Martinez SB Georgetown Now Braunftlb S IP H R ER BB SO Georgetown 4 7 0 4 1 1 0 1 New Braunfels W31 7 84 2 0 14 T A hitter Don New Braunfels tied the game in its half of the first with one Starting pitcher Todd Mantz walked Eddie Cantu and Cantu scored when Tristan hit the first of his two The Unicorns took the lead in the second when center fielder David Caddell reached on a fielders Ricky Gomez walked and Caddell scored when Cantu reached base on an infield The Unicorns took a 52 lead in the fourth scoring three Caddell led off with a walk and advanced to second on Gomez sacrifice After Cantu flied Martinez hit a 360foot shot over the leftcenter field Tristan followed that with a rocket of his own over the rightcenter field forcing Georgetown to bring in pitcher Matt The Eagles scored once in the fifth inning on two hits to make the score New Braunfels added an insurance run in the sixth when Martinez belted another home Georgetown scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to close the After third baseman Fred Uhlman reached on an pinch hitter Brian Stone knocked a round tripper to Martinez improved his record to 3 1 on the season with the Hoyas grind down Lehigh By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Having warmed up on little topranked Georgetown next faces another Pennsylvania team but a somewhat tougher task in its quest for a second con secutive NCAA basketball The Hoyas breezed past Lehigh 6843 14 of the 16 higherseeded teams won their openinground games Thursday and will meet Temple in Saturdays second round of the East Regional at The Owls are 255 following a 6057 victory over Virginia compared to Lehighs 1219 which made it the only NCAA entrant with a losing In the other East 14 Loyola of Chicago nipped lona 5958 and Southern Methodist thumped Old Dominion Two other regional top seeds were in action In the West Regional at Salt Lake thirdranked Johns trounced Southern University 8359 while 4 Oklahoma trimmed North Carolina 9683 in the Midwest Regional at Secondranked seeded 1 in the gets under way today against Fairteigh Dickinson at Thursdays only upsets saw the 11 seed in the nip sixthseeded Purdue 5958 at South and 9 in the overtake 8 seed Iowa In Thursdays other games West Ninthranked NevadaLas Vegas San Diego State 80 Kentucky Washington Midwest Eighthranked Louisiana Tech Pitt sburgh 54 Ohio State Iowa State 64 Illinois State Tech opens tonight HOUSTON Tech spent all winter proving it was the top basketball team in the South west Now the Red Raiders have to go to work on the national experts starting Friday night in the NCAA Midwest First Round playoffs at Hofheinz But Texas Tech Coach Gerald Myers isnt worried about his team reacting favorably to the On the eve of Friday nights meeting with the talented Boston College Eagles of the Big East Con Myers said The events of the last two to three weeks have really solidified our I think after we won at Arkansas and the guys reached the point of coming Its something you talk about but seldom The Red Raiders are making their first NCAA playoff appearance in nine Tech comes into the game riding an 11game victory second only in school history to the 12game streak by the 192930 Red Raider Southern California Southeast Seventhranked North Carolina Middle Tennessee State 57 13 Kansas Ohio University 38 Notre Dame Oregon State Georgetown got the first basket seven seconds into the game on a sixfoot turnaround by Patrick Ewing and built leads of and 317 in pounding outmanned Lehighs Mike Polaha took game honors with 20 Temple hit 45 percent of its shots and led for all but the first three minutes against Virginia it needed strong foul shooting down the including the Owls last six points by Nate to finish off the Alfredrick Hughes scored 24 points and Loyola sur vived when lonas Tony Hargraves missed a potential gametying free throw with three seconds Loyola extended its winning streak to 18 longest in the SMU broke out of a lateseason slump as Carl Wright scored 18 points and Jon Koncak and Larry Davis each added The Mustangs balance offset Old Dominions Mark who scored 32 points on 14of22 Walter Berry scored 24 Bill Wennington added 23 and Chris Mullin 21 as Johns built a 3418 half time lead and then put Southern away with a 150 burst after the Jaguars had closed to within nine points with nine minutes Armon Hammer Gilliam scored 21 points and An thony Jones added 18 as NevadaLas Vegas withstood foul trouble to hold off San Diego Joe Kleine scored 15 of his 25 points in the second half and grabbed 14 rebounds to rally Arkansas over The 6footll who held Iowas top Greg to 14 points before fouling dominated the Kenny Walker scored 29 points as Kentucky ended the 40year college coaching career of Washingtons Marv The 67yearold Harshman finished seventh on the alltime list with 642 victories against 448 Track teams go to Kerrville Five of the six local track and field teams will be in Kerrville on trying to better their suc cessful performances there last Canyon and New Branfels will take both their boys and girls teams to the Antler while the Smithson Valley girls will also make the The Ranger boys will travel to Karnes City for the Badger The Antler Relays will begin at 10 with the field events and is scheduled to run through the early The last the is scheduled for Both Canyons and New Braunfels boys teams were successful in Kerrville last Mike Payne won the meter race for New Braunfels in while Canyon won the meter setting a meet record with a time of In the Cougars won the Although the Cougars relay team is not exactly the same as last the team has won the race at both its meets so far this season with good On the girls New Braunfels will have a tough time equalling last years fourthplace The Unicorns are led this season by shot putter and discus thrower Lisa who placed fourth last year in the The Cougarettes were led last year by Nancy who finished second in the 400 meters and fourth in the high   

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