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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas orts Sunday April 7A Tieken leads CHS to regional Canyons Nancy Tieken reached deep inside Saturday afternoon at the District 174A girls track She found just enough to get herself and the Cougarettes relay team to the Region IV In New Braunfels will be sending shot putter Lisa McKinnis and 400meter runner Virginia Hildebrand to as both finished second in their Canyons Emily May also finished second in her the 200 who missed a big chunk of the last two weeks workouts with the went out and ran a 62second first lap in her 800meter race then held onto second place as the flu bug and Fredericskburgs Yvonne Rode caught her on the back I told her to run to win and to shoot for her goal at which was Canyon Coach Pete Rivas At that pace in the first lap she was right on But then that flu showed But we got into and shell be back to full strength in two In the Tieken helped hold off a challenge by Kerrville Tivy as the Cougarettes ran second in May had a consistent day in the running a in the prelimiaries and a in the The former was the thirdbest time and the latter was enough to hold back Lockharts Leslie She was a dark horse for Rivas The showed a lot of guts theLockhart girl had her but she came back the last 20 New Braunfels McKinnis was second behind a familiar Tivys Monica Trevinos best in the shot was while McKinnis had a Hildebrand held off Tivys Michelle Tovar for second in the 400 by two who is the first athlete to compete for Pink all four ran a We did as well as we could Pink And our JV won the and theyre all a bunch of young freshmen and Other varsity competitors scoring for New Braunfels were LaRae sixth in the 800 Jana fourth in the third in the long jump and fifth in the triple jump Melissa fourth in the 200 the fifth and the 400 Other scoring points for Canyon were Tara third in the 100 hurdles Dorothy fifth in the 400 Renata sixth in the 200 Connie sixth in the the 400 fourth and the 800 Fredericksburg won the meet with 156 knocking off defending champ Tivy despite the return of several key Antlers from graderelated Tivy scored 145 Hays was third with followed by Lockhart with Hays with Canyon with 54 and New Braunfels with DAVID KING Unicorns second in 174A meet UNICORNS r LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALDZEITUNG New Braunfels Kenan Ikels soars toward the pit in the long jump By DAVID KING Sports editor Disappointment came in an assortment of sizes Saturday at the District 174A boys track In the mediumsized blue the New Braunfels Unicorns came up 13 points shy of their goal of knocking off eighttime defending champion Kerrville But the Unicorns could be consoled by the fact that theyll be sending six athletes including double qualifiers Mike Payne and Stephen Millett and a relay team to the In the giantsized red the Canyon Cougars saw two regional favorites go pff The 400 which had the secondbest time in the false Ben Garcia was robbed of a spot in the 400 by an atrocious pick that placed him third instead of despite what half the crowd saw at the finish Canyons only consolation was its which ran second to Tivy in Thats all weve got left you can write that a disheartened Canyon Coach David Simmons The relay of Albert Brian Gilbert Natal and Garcia traded the lead with Tivy the entire but Garcia couldnt make up the Antlers sevenyard lead on the final Tivys victory in the race sealed New Braunfels despite the fact that it gave the Antlers the point lead for only the second time in the running New Braunfels led 4642 after the field events thanks to two great efforts in the long jump a secondplace 2111 by Millett and a thirdplace by Kenan who jockeyed back and forth between the long jump and the pole While not long Ikels vaulted 140 to win the event despite the windy New Braunfels only disappointment in the field events was the thirdplace finish by defending district champ Kraig Krause in the shot Payne ran off and left the field in the topping teammate and runnerup Hector Hernandez by almost nine Payne ran a Hernandez a Page 8A As the Unicorns team of David Terry Thomas and Eric Schroeder took the 400 running But with Canyon out of the Tivys pickup team the Antlers best sprinters didnt run on the relay finished second and narrowed the margin to The Antlers nibbled at New Braunfels lead in the 800 and 110 taking advantage of an injury to Unicorn sophomore Kevin Walker in the Walker had one of the districts better times before the but was hobbled Saturday and finished DeLemos and Millett went 14 in the 100 to hold the margin at four with DeLemos running a and Millett missing third by of a The missed pick in the 400 hurt Canyon and it also allowed Tivy to take a temporary as Phillip White finished second for Randy Long regiained the lead for the Unicorns with the race of his life in the 300 He finished second to Lockharts Fritz Williams in pushing the margin to Millett and DeLemos finished 23 in the with Millett running a behind Tivys Carl who had New Braunfels still but the pressure was on the They responded with a first from Payne and a tough fourth from sophomore transfer Danny who recovered from elbowing incident on the back Efren who was knocked down early in the was But Tivy runners were and New Braunfels outmanned relay couldnt keep up with the We gave it our best New Braunfels Coach Lew Simmonds We got some outstanding performances but we didnt get any Simmonds was pleased with the ef We had a lot of personal records and thats all you can he Fredericksburg wound up third with 68 points and Canyon was fourth with In the junior varsity New Braunfels finished third and Canyon was fourth with SV teams third in 273A Boys take second ByTOM LABINSKI Staff writer Smithson Valleys secondplace finish in the last event at Saturdays District 273A boys track meet earned the Rangers second edging Floresville by two Smithson Valley totaled 110 points while the Tigers earned Boerne won the meet with 127 The Rangers relay team of Greg Bret Eutimo Trigo and Mike Eckhardt placed second with a time of two seconds behind The 16 points Smithson Valley won in the race proved to be the decisive margin as the Rangers captured second place in the district The secondplace finish also earned the relay team a berth at the regional meet in two weeks in Kings In the Trigo made a dive at the finish line to take first place with a time of He also won the 800meter setting a personal best time of Trullender finished fourth in the race with a time of Shody Henshaw set a school record in the 300meter intermediate hurdles with a time of which earned him second place in the Teammates Alan Eckhardt and Kevin McCoy finished fourth and fifth Scott Balmos also set a school record in winning the 110meter high hurdles in a time of Henshaw and Eckhardt finished third and fourth In the field Greg Mosier captured second in the long with a 196 Diron Wunderlich placed fourth in the shot put with a throw of his personal Also setting a personal best in the shot was Chris Gentry and Shawn Gentry had a throw of 441 earning him sixth Im very excited about our performance said Smithson Valley Coach John We ran as well as we faive all Everything went the way we had planned it except for the sprained The foot belonged to Jerry who injured it early in the day while attempting the long Limping between Delp ran in the 400and 100 meter before finally pulling out before the 300 Delp will be xrayed on and will be out for an undetermined Cook It was just one of those Cook You just dnt tell how much difference it would make to have had him in Smithson Valleys junior varsity boys team won its division with 137 well ahead of second place LESLIE Smithson Valleys Eutimo Trigo turns the corner in the 800 We had a lot of boys set personal bests in the junior thought they all did a super Cook In the 800meter Alan Shelly and Eric Rhoades both set personal Rhoades finished second at while Shelly placed fourth at Girls finish third Cole edged Smithson Valley for second place in the District 273A girls track meet Saturday at Ranger Boerne won the meet with 193 while the Cougars finished second with The Rangerettes finished nine points behind with Were a Little disappointed that we didnt finish in the top but Im proud of the way everyone said Smithson Valley Coach Louise We ran our personal bests in just about but so did the girls on the other This meet just brings out the best in she The top two finishers in each race will advance to the regional meet in two weeks in Among those traveling to San Antonio for the Rangerettes will be Kim Huntsucker and Carolyn Rice won both distance races for Smithson winning the meters in and the meters in Carolyn ran but she wasnt pushed as much as I thought she would Shell be pushed much more next Davidson Huntsucker won the 400rmeter dash with a time of her strongest showing of the Teammate Shalynn McCoy finished second in 9 time of her personal best Huntsucker and along with Tammy Wilcut and Kim Wagner broke a school record in the relay with a time of earning the team second Boerne won the race in a time of We ran really good in the Davidson What killed us was the Id say we lost at least a second on each otherwise we might have won Kim Wagner tiejd her personal beft la jsrinoJAg the 100 meter finishing in a time of Wilcut finished in the IOmeter dash with a time of sevenorte hundreti of secfnd behind the Tammys finishing second was 9 real surprise for Davidson She had been hurt but she was tough and won the race in the last two In the field Leslie and Shalynn McCoy narrowly missed out on qualifying for next weeks Shalynn McCoy finished third in the triple jump with an Leslie McCoy placed sixth in the high jump with a effort while Wagner finished sixth a the long jump with a Spurs trip Denver by 2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DENVER San Antonios Jeff Cook tipped in a missed shot with 30 seconds left and George Gervin added a free throw with nine seconds to go as the Spurs defeated the Denver Nuggets 113111 Saturday night in a National Basketball Association playoff Cook rebounded a miss by Artis Gilmore and hit his shot to even the series at one game Denver won the series first game 141111 Thursday Cook rebounded a missed Denver shot at the buzzer to preserve the Spurs Trail Blazers 124 Dallas OT DALLAS Kiki Vandeweghe scored 27 including eight in to spark The third game of the series will be in Portland on Tuesday Vandeweghe hit his last five shots and nailed two free throws with seven seconds to play to ice the Dallas Rolando the hero of Thursday nights 139131 double overtime victory with 43 scored 41 points on Celtics 108 Cavaliers 106 BOSTON Bostons Larry Bird capped a 30point performance with a layup with two minutes left as the Celtics pulled out a victory over Cleveland to take a 20 lead in their playoff In night San Antonio visited Denver for the second game of that with Denver leading Bostons victory was its second straight hardfought decision over Boston can wrap up the series Tuesday night in In the first game Thursday the Celtics trailed 123122 with left before rallying for a 126123 Lakers 147 Suns 130 LOS ANGELES Kareem AbdulJabbar scored 24 20 in the first as the 28point winners in the first again devastated Los Angeles could end the bestoffive series with victory in Phoenix on Tuesday Bob McAdoo added 22 points for Los Byron Scott had 21 points and Earvin Magic Johnson had 19 points and 12
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