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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Braunfels Friday May As rally in ninth inning By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was a tough and therefore an easy one for Milwaukee Brewers Manager George Bamberger to There couldnt be a worse way to he said after the Oakland As put together four consecutive twoout hits in the bottom of the ninth off Rollie Fingers and Ray Searage for a dramatic 54 victory Thursday that snapped a sevengame losing Bamberger admitted he might have made a mistake when he lifted the major leagues alltime save after the relief ace had given up a twoout single to Bruce Lefthander Ray Searage came in to face lefthanded hitter Mike but the strategy backfired when Davis Donnie Hill followed with the gametying single and Alfredo Griffin knocked in the winning There was a lot of excitement out Hill It was like a World Series We needed something like this after losing so Red Sox 2 Mariners 1 Al Nipper and two relievers combined on a fivehitter and Rich Gedman cracked a solo homer to lead Boston over Briefly Hernandez omitted In Thursdays story on the Class 4A Region IV track New Braunfels Hector Hernandez ac cidentally was omitted from the list of Hernandez finished second in the run at the district and he will compete Junior tournament scheduled for May 18 The spring junior golf tournament at the Landa Park Golf Course has been set for May 18 beginning at Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION Football Birmingham at Memphis Basketball NBA WTBS SATURDAY TELEVISION Baseball San Diego ai Chicacjo KMOL Basketball Denver at KENS Golf Tournament of Champions J p Horse Racing Kentucky Alan King Caesars Palace Baseball Montreal at WTBS 7 Football Tampa Bay al Los Arujfjles Local sports FRIDAY Baseball Smithson Vallny at Baseball New Braunfels at Fredeiicksburg Baseball Luckhari at Canyon Track Class 4A regional SATURDAY Track CMss 4A regional meets Canyon stats Here die the statistics foi Canyons District 13 4A basehjll games Hitting Player AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI Cappleman 27 13 481 1 0 3 14 9 13 6 461 0 0 Q 2 2 D Hernandez 29 13 401 74 Gary Edwards 27 12 444 1 0 0 11 6 Scott Wagner 15 6 000 TroyMoss 9 391 0 0 4 12 12 R Ritlimann 25 8 320 201 Rodnguez 20 6 300 0 0 1 Campbell 29 8 1 0 0 8 5 6 4 84 11 0 10 72 58 Stolen bases Edwards Riggs Cappleman Moss Chapa Rodriguez Hernandez Rittimann Campbell 1 Randy 26 6 231 2006 held the Mariners scoreless until they punched across a run on Phil Bradleys sacrifice fly in the eighth Angels 3 Blue Jays 2 Juan Beniquez pinch single with two outs in the bottonS of the ninth inning capped a tworun rally that boosted California over With the Blue Jays leading Ruppert Jones led off with a single and took second on a sacrifice by Doug Reggie Jackson then and Rob Wilfong singled to score Jones with the tying American League By The Associated Press East Division Baltimore Toronto Detroit Boston Milwaukee Cleveland New York West California Minnesota Kansas City Chicago Oaklanrl Seattle Texas Thursdays Oakland Milwaukee California Toronto 2 Boston Seattle 1 Todays Games Texas Mason 22 at Cleveland Blyleven In Chicago Seaver 20 at Detroit IPetry In Kansas City Jackson 10 at New York n Baltimore McGregor 12 at Minnesota Smithson n Milwaukee Higuera 01 at California John 1 In Boston Boyd 21 at Oakland Warren n Toronto Alexander 30 at Seattle Barojas n National League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eait Division W L GB Chicago 6 New 7 1 8 1 12 12 Pittsburgh 13 7 West Division San 9 Los 10 10 10 1 11 1 Vi San 13 4 Thursdays Games No games scheduled Todays Games San Diego Hawkins 40 at Chicago Sutcliffe 32 Montreal Hesketh 211 at Atlanta Barker 011 Los Angeles Honeycutt 11 at Pittsburgh n New York Lynch 011 at Cincinnati ISoto In Houston Ryan 21 at Philadelphia ICarlton In San Francisco Ktukow 20 at Louis Tudor nl CAROL DARLING In the celebrity match at the Retama Polo from left Matt Carlos Tommy Lee Jones and Tommy Wayman chase the ball Stars raise money at Retama Players from around the country will compete for the CocaCola Cup at the Retama Polo Center beginning at 5 to help raise Members of the Air Wolf team were James The tournament is open to all boys and girls ages 8 through high school Play will be by age with competitors playing nine or 18 holes based on their The tournament will be good practice for the fatherson which will be held at the course on June Registration for the junior tour nament is at the pro Softball team to hold car wash The Panthers girls softball team Pitching Player W L IP H R ER ERA BB K Ritlmnn 3 0 12 4 2 6 21 Campl 3 0 23 11 10 7 24 Hernndj 1 0 7 1 1 3 9 107110 44 0 7 Results Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon 1 KeirviMe Tivy 0 New Braunfels 3 Hays 6 Lockhart 0 Fredericksburg 1 Kerrville Tivy 2 Now Braunlels 4 Hays 4 NB stats Here me ilie statistics lor Now Braunfols District 13 4A baseball crimes Hitting Player AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI 1 1 1001 0 1 1 0000 0 26 12 5029 13 5 385 0004 21 8 3006 24 Chris Finko John Mullins Bohhy Tnstai Hansmaiin Don Duncan Eddie Cantu David Caddell 26 A Marline Alan Walker David Gunn Dicky Onega 13 24 Ricky 2 Eric Riveis 2 Totals 29 24 10 3 0 9 375 0006 9 1009 9 310 3027 6 250 0004 2 200 0001 2 0 0 0 0 4 125 0001 0 0001 0 000 0000 21662 28612044935 Stolon bases Caddell Tristan Gunn Pitching Player W L IP H R ER ERA BB K Mtiu 4 2 292 18 10 7 13 61 Tristan 1 1 17 11 7 7 34 Results New Biaunlels Lockhart 0 Canyon New Braunfuls 3 New Braunfels Kerrville Tivy 4 New Braunfels Fredericksburg 0 New Braunlels Lockhart 0 Canyon New Braunfels 4 New Braunfels Kerrville Tivy 0 Tradein and Tradeup to a LAWNBOY MINIMUM For your old on Any LawnBoy In Stock Harolds Fixit Shop BOlIvy 6259235 will hold a car wash Saturday from 9 to 5 at Wendell and Sons Auto 1095 81 Proceeds will go to buy equipment for the Lifesaving courses set for May 1324 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer the Red Cross advanced lifesaving course May 1324 from 8 to 10 Registration is under way at the Landa Recreation The match is part of the spring schedule for the Tommy Lee Tommy Wayman and Alex with with matches to continue until June steve Gose replacing Cord after an Members of a team from the Knots Landing television the Knots Landin8 team were William Matt show defeated a team from the Air Wolf show 87 with a Gose Carlos Gracida and fourpoint in the opening game of the the Rio Grande The match was a benefit for the San Antonio Museum team defeated the Retama team 73 to win the San An with more than 500 people paying each tonio Light TANK MAY NOW THATOWE Of TME HAG V seizes BY THE YOU CANT GAME AMP OPPOSISJG CUMMIKJ6 6ACK 0 MY INJTEK WE POANYTHINJ6 VECTOR RADIAL SALE PRICE No Illlll Triii on i Set of 4 Payminl 01 4 Best All Season Time Ever Af These Low Sale Prices per month for a set of 4 Size Sale Ends May 41 Vector All Season Radial Unique crisscross tread produces superior traction Double steel belts protect Long term mileage capability 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