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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Braunfels Sunday March Smithson Valleys Jason Smart puffs up for a swing Eightrun uprising lifts SV over Marion LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer Smithson Valley scored eight in the second inning to wipe out a 4i Marion lead as the Rangers downed the Bulldogs 105 Friday Smithson Valley sent 12 batters to the plate in the and scored all seven runs with two Chris Simons led the Ranger at going 2for2 in the game with two home He also scored after reaching base on a Simons also relieved pitcher Reyes in the second giving up two hits and one run in the 3 13 in nings he We got off to a slow but we really turned it said Ranger Coach Bobby Rays arm was a little sore and he ran into a few but Chris came through and got the job Simons came through for Smithson Valley on offense as his solo shot over the left field fence in the first inning cut Marions lead to Marion scored twice more in the second with the help of two Ranger before the dam broke in the bottom of the Paul Pharris and Jason Smart led off the inning with and Pharris advanced to third on a sacrifice fly by Mike Wilson stole second on the first pitch to Aaron but the right fielders groundout failed to advance the Catcher Abel Uballe was hit by Ron Drakes pitch to load the Drake then walked Steve Gottardy for one Taylor Heydman followed with another bringing home A passed ball scored Uballe and moved the runners up a base before Box SMITHSON ab r h r h bi cf II 3100 dh ss 2120 as 31 3121 p p 1000 1b 1b 2110 If rl 3000 c 2b 2001 rf c 3100 3b 1 1 p 0000 ph cf 1000 Totals 1410 20 5 5 2 Marion 01 5 Smithson Valley 180 1x 10 E Ubiillo DP SiiiilsrioM Valley LOB Smithson Valley Marion 2B HR Simons SB SF IP H R ER BB SO Marion 5 5 4 0 Hacciiir 1325 4 3 2 Smithson Valley Roycs W6 HBP WP 3 5 2 1 3 3 1 1 0 5 by Drake bv Haccer Balk Harcer FB T 1 A 38 Simons smashed a liner over the left field fence that cleared the trees overlooking the With the bases relief pitcher Kevin Haccer walked Pharris stole second and twin balks by Haccer scored the first baseman fur a 94 lead Simons retired Marion without a threat in the third inning and had runners on second and third in the fourth befors striking out Haccer to end the The who had a game nullified on Thursday because of went into their hurryup offense as the sun began to wane in the bottom of he Smithson Valley did manage to score again in the fourth inning after Simons A pickoff attempt at first went down the right field line allowing Simons to go to and when the throw from the outfield was to second Simons scored for a 104 The Bulldogs had a minor rally in the top of the Brent Jeffries led off with a double to center and moved to third when Scott Young reached base on an infield The Rangers got out of further trouble when shortstop Fred Brown hit a screamer to where Gottardy made a shoestring thinking the ball had dropped in for a continued to and Gottardys throw to Pharris at first finished a double Simons ended the game by striking out catcher Rick The win gives Smithson Valley a 6 6 record on the Simons record is now This was the third good game in a row for Granger We lost to Kerrville Tivy but played a good and we had a good game Lockhart before it was called So we are and Im pleased with the way were The Rangers next game is at 6 Monday at This week in baseball J CHS open 134A play By DAVID KING Sports editor The moments of truth will arrive two hours apart for Canyons and New Braunfels baseball teams Both squads open District 134A competition that with Canyon going against the 72 Kerrville Tivy Antlers and New Braunfels meeting the 47 Lockhart The Cougars and Antlers play at Cougar Field at while the Unicorns and Lions meet at in After the both teams return to nondistrict games on with the Cougars playing Smithson Valley at at Cougar Field and the Unicorns meeting Austin Lanier at at Unicorn Smithson Valley starts the weeks action with a 6 game Monday at will open defense of its district co championship agairtst one of the top challengers for that The behind catcher Sean Mason and pit cher Bryce have turned around from last seasons 27 a has been Tivys leading hitter this season while Brown is undefeated in five Brown has a nohitter and two onehitters this and has an ERA of The Cougars are hovering around a team batting average a far cry from last when they had to scratch for every The major question for Canyon in district play will be although all of the Cougars pitchers have thrown well at times this Ronnie will star for Canyon Canyon played Tivy earlier this beating the Antlers 100 in the finals of the Fredericksburg tour New a playoff team in 1982 and starts its drive to return to the playoffs in Unlike the the Unicorns have struggled at the plate this New Braunfels has scored 10 runs only once this The Unicorns have a solid 12 combination in senior pitchers Armando Martinez and Bobby and those two players are also Coach Peter Garzas top hitters so far this Sophomore Ricky Gomez has been a surprise at the plate for the hitting well in the leadoff Smithson Valleys two games this week wrap up its nondistrict The Rangers snapped a fourgame losing streak by beating Marion 105 Friday as pitcher Chris Simons won his fifth game in eight The Rangers are now 65 on the They open District 273A play a week from Tuesday in Cougars shut out 50 LULING Canyons Brad Campbell hit a tworun home run and pitched five innings of shutout ball as the Cougars beat Luling 50 Friday gave Canyon a 20 lead in the top of the first inning with the his third of the The Cougars added another run in the inning and two more in the fourth against losing pitcher Preston the Eagles We did a good job of putting the ball in play against Canyon Coach Ralph Behrend He was pretty tough he struck out eight but I was pleased with the way we hit the Canyon had nine hits in the including two doubles by catcher Bret Campbell allowed one hit in his five innings of Linescore CougarsEagles 200 05 9 3 Luling 000 00 3 1 Brad Danny Hernandez I6I and Bret Watson and 2B Cappleman HR Danny Hernandez finished giving up two Brad didnt pitch but he seemed to struggle most of the Behrend He couldnt seem to get the ball where he wanted He just didnt look Canyon is 103 on the and the Cougars have won three games in a They open District 13JA play against Kerrville Tivy on Unicorns down Anderson AUSTIN New Braunfels scored four runs in the second inning on a bases clearing single by Armando as the Unicorns went on to a 62 win over Anderson who went 33 on the was the winning pitcher for the He upped his record to 5 while Ricky gomez picked up the New Braunfels scored all four secondinning runs with two outs as four successive Unicorns Martinez then hit a basesloaded single for a 41 The Trojans scored one run in the second then narrowed the gap to 42 with a run in the The score remained the same until the sixth when New Braunfels scored two Russell Hansmann led off with a single and moved to second on a He scored when Eddie Cantu Linescore Unicorns Trojans New Braunfols 002 0690 Anderson 000 0222 and BrownIB Gome2l5 W Martinet 5 I I 2B HR fuquav Cantu scored on a single by Don Duncan to end the In spite of the New Braunteis Coach Poter Garza said he was a little disappointed in the We ciMnl hit real We were kind of dead on our We just played good enough to he New Braunfels record is now heading into Tuesdays district opener at TRANS TEX ELECTRICAL NEW CONSTRUCTION RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL woh y AM 5 PM 6295298 HENRY SKINNER REAL Its a sure bet Dial 6259144 American Heart Association 0 547 Seguin NEW BRAUNFELS GENERAL CONTRACTORS Custom Homes Condominums Commercial Metal Canyon 9354341 VOTE FOR RICHARD SEIDEL Independent Willing to Serve Common Sense with Unc omrncn Courage APRIL SEAGLES HALL PLACE 4 1980 Dodge 4 White 6 miles 1984 Dodge 2 Royal 318 Power Door Stereo 1982 4 6 Stereo Transporation 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