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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Nolan Astros getting Page 7A orts March j Cougars bury Cards with 11hit deluge f jgt f Canyons Troy Moss gets out of the batters box LESLIE By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer Scoring in every the Canyon Cougars plowed over Del Valle 113 Monday and raised their record to The Cougars picked up 11 including Ronnie Rittimanns three run home run in the third and Canyon pitcher Michael Rodriguez gave up just six hits in going the distance for the Rodriguez struck out eight Cardinal Michael pitched a pretty good game for said Cougar fcoach Ralph He only made one real mistake in the and Del Valle took advantage of That mistake came on a chesthigh 21 pitch to Gus The Cardinal catcher lashed the ball over the left field fence for a home run to tie the score at one in the second Canyon scored one run in the first when Danny Hernandez walked and advanced to third on a twobase error on Randy Riggs fly Bret Cappleman drove in Her nandez with a single to The Cougars picked up another unearned run in the second when Troy Moss walked and advanced to third on another twobase error in the outfield on a single by Danny Designated hitter Scott Wagner then hit into a fielders scoring The Cardinals tied the game at two in the third inning when picher Danny Gujardo reached base on an error and scored when third baseman Gilbert Guerrero doubled him In the Canyon half of the Brad Campbell and Gary Edwards and with one Rittimann hit a 11 pitch over the leftcenter field fence for a 52 We were hitting the ball a little better Behrend I think we were a little more aggressive and a little more We broke out of our doldrums where we didnt hit with men on bases when Ronnie hit that It kind of opened the Box score ab r h 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Del 3 E D Gainey LOB Canyon Del Valle 2B HR SB Hernandez Riggs Campbell S D Rodriguez IP H R ER BB SO Dal Valla L 1111 8 6 3 Canton Rodriguez 32 7 63238 HBP By Hernandez Gujardol T A gates for The Cougars kept scoring two more runs in the fourth on two With one Riggs singled and stole Campbell and Riggs stole third on a 11 pitch to Cappleman hit a sacrifice fly to scoring Campbell stole second base and scored on Edwards single to Canyon made it 82 with a run in the Moss singled to left and scampered to third when Gainey Tracey misplayed the Danny Rodriguez sacrifice fly to left scored The Cougars added three more insurance runs in the with four hits in the With one Cappleman and Edwards Rittimanns single to center scored Moss double down the left field line scored and Rit timann scored on Danny Rodriguez sacrifice fly to center Michael who the inning before had pitched himself out of a bases loaded jame by striking out again faced problems in the He hit the leadoff batter and walked the After striking out he surrendered a runscoring single up the middle to first baseman Gerald Rodriguez struck out the next and the game ended when Cappleman threw out Guerrero trying to steal Canyon defeated Del Valle 32 in ten innings earlier this with the same pitchers on the Their pitcher wasnt as sharp as he was last time Behrend Also the weather was misty and rainy This was just a better day for The Cougars next game is at home today against Game time Antlers stop SVonone hit KERRVILLE Two Kerrville Tivy pitchers combined on a one hitter as the Antlers beat Smithson Valley 51 Monday The Rangers only hit against winner Ruben Flores and relief man Johnny Stevens came in the second Smithson Valley scored its run in the sixth inning when Flores walked the bases loaded and Stevens hit a The Tivy pitchers walked seven batters in the fifth and sixth but each time the Rangers failed to In the a runner was thrown out trying to score from third on a In the a passed ban bounced right back to catcher Sean and he tagged out a runner trying to Smithson Valley fell to 56 on the season with its fourth straight Chris despite allowing only three was the His record fell to Linescore Rangers Antlars Smlthion 001 01 1 3 Kerrville Tivy 130 x5 3 3 Chris Simons and Abel Ruben Johnny Stevens 61 and Sean Mason WP LP 43 Lights strike out at Chicagos Wrigley Field CHICAGO AP The Chicago Cubs have been thrown out in their first atbat for lights at Wrigley but hold on baseball the call is being Attorneys for Tribune owners of the National League have filed notice that they will appeal a judges ruling Monday that upheld state and city laws effectively ban ning night baseball in a park where the game has been played exclusively in the sunshine since The filed with the Illinois Appellate came two hours after Cook County Circuit Judge Richard Curry said those laws dont violate the teams constitutional Curry suggested the Cubs owners were more concerned about making money with night baseball than they were about the potential disruption to the residents of the North Side The game of baseball may be everybodys but the business of baseball is Curry said in his 64page The Cubs and the commissioner of baseball have lost their grasp of reality and perspective on values they have apparently adopted the Hit em where they live he The which came in response to a suit filed by the Cubs in was applauded by city leaders and residents around the This ruling is further evidence that neighborhoods have the right to make critical decisions which affect their lives Mayor Harold Washington It means peace and said Alderman Bernard whose ward includes part of the area around Wrigley the only major league ballpark without But General Manager Dallas Green said in where the Cubs are in spring that he was very disap pointed with Currys While he made no reference to rumors that the Cubs would move if they couldnt get he We consider this very serious Currys ruling interspersed words from Take Me Out To The Ballgame and ended youre The Cubs are Justice is a southpaw and the Cubs just dont hit lefties State law subjects stadiums to strict noise pollution standards that are monitored by the Illinois Pollution Control A city ordinance prohibits professional sporting contests between the hours of 8 and 8 in open stadiums containing more than seats that are located within 500 feet of 100 or more No pot of Gold DENVER AP The bottom as Coach Mouse Davis and several players was that they however unimpressive they looked in the The Denver putting together three scoring drives that totaled only 49 yards thanks to San Antonio defeated the Gunslingers 162 Monday night in United States Football League The victory raised the Golds record to 32 and kept them within striking distance of Western Con ference leader at But a far more significant event may have occurred here Monday Denver fans may have soured on the which could ultimately threaten the existence of the three yearold Despite perfect only fans turned out for the game a record low for the Two weeks in their only other home game of the the Gold drew a meager which came despite a back guarantee that officials thought might attract a crowd of to Gunslingers fall Denver fans snooze Statistics Sin 0 0 Danvcr 6 0 101B Second Period S run kick Fourth Period Den 1 pass from Evans Speelman Ulmer tackled Kilkenny in end SA First downs Passing Return Den 14 1425 162 8 24400 Sacks 539 421 Punts 542 32 Penaltiesyards 1292 Time of INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGSan Worthy Canada Stamper Mortensen Taylor Roberts 1 Johnson Evans White PASSINGSan Taylor Mortensen Evans Gagliano 220minus RECEIVINGSan Hadnot Gordon Buggs Canada Stamper 1 Worthy 1 Turner Lewis Johnson White MISSED FIELD GOALSSan Mike Mayer Speelman Gold owner Doug Spedding insisted there was no cause for undue Im a patient Spedding We just have to give this team and work a little harder on But the downward trend is un In the Gold averaged an impressive in home slipping slightly to last Gold quarterback Vince who scrambled yards for one touchdown and passed for had some doubts of his It was a lackluster but well take the said There seemed to be some lack of but still we came back from adversity to get the points we San which crossed mid field four times in the game but got no closer than the Denver 24yard was victimized by penalties and dropped passes in addition to its four The Gunslingers finished with only 156 yards in total Its its so said San Antonio Coach Jim whose team dropped to 1 Weve tried everything on of and nothing has A secondquarter fumble by San Antonio quarterback Whit making his first start of the set up the games first score Evans scramble up the Denver mounted a thirdquarter drive from its own 2yard line that reached the San Antonio where Bill Johnson fumbled the ball But Denver got the ball back three plays later on fullback Larry Canadas and Brian Speelman kicked a 47yard field goal for a 90 lead with left in the seeking the first shutout in its lost it with remaining when Speelman couldnt handle a high snap on a punt in the end Denvers Tom Kilkenny recovered in the end preventing a possible San Antonio touchdown but giving up the 12 Cougarettes honored for grades Twelve players from the Canyon girls basketball team were named to the District 134A allacademic The Cougarettes delegation was the largest in the No other team had as many as 10 on the which recognized players who had gradepoint averages of 90 or New Braunfels girls had five players on the while Canyons boys had three players and New Braunfels boys had Hays had the largest number of athletes named to the boys Lockhart did not have a player on the Cougarettes named to the team were seniors Lauren Burch 94 Sharon Jenschke Kelly Landrum 90 Leona Soechting and Patti Still Juniors were Cheryl Butler Nancy Tieken Michele Toon 94 and Sherry Wood Sophomores were Nancy Barganier Renata Rittimann and Stacey Smith Players from New Braunfels girls team were seniors Rhonda Reed 94 and Heather Seay juniors Debbie Smith 95 and Teri Sides 91 and sophomore Heather Woods Named from the Canyon boys team were seniors Ronnie Rittimann and Rodney Hansen and junior David New Braunfels representative was Mike Lisa Schandua of state semif inalist Fredericksburg had the highest average with a while teammates Lisa Knopp and Sherri Jung had Fredericksburg and Hays had nine players each named to the girls allacademic
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