New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 19, 1985, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 19, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Track season Page 9A orts HeraldZtitting May 7 A Bidistrict Canyon 134A Class 4A Region IV Playoffs Here are the matchups for the regional round of the baseball which start Tuesday in the Rio Grande The winners of this weeks series meet next week for the right to advance to the state tournament in Pleasanton 144AI Regional Canyon 234 Flour Bluff I154A Brownsville Pacel164A Brownsville Pace 195 New Braunfels 134A Uvalde I144A New Braunfels 206 GregoryPortland 154A EdcouchElsa I164A EdcouchElsa 243 The series which swept Pleasanton 155 and meets one of the regions giantkillers on Pace knocked off sixth ranked Flour Bluff 107 and 65 last and the Vikings will have the homefield advantage for the opener against the Pace is one of two secondplace teams alive in the The series New Braunfels meets its second straight top 10 op ponent in the with the opener Tuesday in ranked seventh in the swept a doubleheader on the road Friday to win its series with New Braunfels is the regions other secondplace team still Quarterfinals Local teams head south NB going to Valley Rangers to meet Poteet By DAVID KING Sports editor If the buses carrying the Canyon and New Braunfels baseball teams were to go as far north as they will south on theyd wind up in which takes on Brown sville Pace at 8 Tuesday night in Brownsville in the first of a bestof three regional playoff has the longest Its a hair over 300 miles from downtown to New Braunfels is going only as far as a mere 260 The Unicorns will play EdcouchElsa there at 8 to kick off that bestof three By Smithson Valley is playing right around the corner at San Antonios Keefe Field in its onegame bidistrict playoff with 283A champ The Rangers and Aggies play at 8 Monday at the home of the San Antonio Smithson which lost a playoff with Boerne for the top spot in District will pitch Chris Simons 95 against the who were in and out of the Class 3A top 10 this The Rangers are 1412 on the Included in those games are victories over 5A playoff competitor Austin Reagan and 2A playoff team which is 174 on the has six players hitting over and the Aggies rely on good baserunning and solid The Aggies starter for the game will be Al bert Lopez Tuesday in the 234 Cougars can tie the school record for victories in a To do they have to do what sixthranked Flour Bluff couldnt beat the Vikings on the Pace knocked off the Hornets 107 at Flour Bluff on Tuesday and finished sweep at home Friday with a 65 The Vikings will start Rodney in the opener and come back with Victor in the second game Friday at That game will be at 5 with a third game to follow if which finished second to EdcouchElsa in District is 19 The Vikings made the playoffs last season as aj secondplace but lost to Flour Bluff in Morales and Canua both combine good fastballs with solid but both are prone to wild If hes ready to Canyons Ronnie Rittimann will pitch the struck out 19 batters last week against Pleasanton as Canyon swept the If Rittimann isnt Brad will start the In the Unicorns and Yellowjackets will try do what they couldnt two years ago get in a game at Pan American Universitys A playoff game between the teams scheduled for Edinburg in 1983 was rained out the Unicorns clin ched the series later in the day at a high school field in New Braunfels will pitch 103 Armando Martinez against Ed couchs David who is The went to GregoryPortland down 10 and swept a doubleheader on Segura won the first game 20 and Felix took the second contest fielder David Garza went 3 for3 with two RBI in the deciding while shortstop Diego Rubio was 3for4 with a double and a Edcouch has won 16 of its last 17 Game two of the series will be at 8 Friday at Unicorn with a if Saturday at 2 at Unicorn Smithson Valley Gottardy Simons Reyes Copenhaver Wagner Pharris Smith Smart Wilson Heydman Poteet Garcia Joey Camareo Lope Coins Ramirez Lamere Orta James Santos 2B Abel Canyon Cougars Position Player 3B Danny Hernandez 2B Randy Riggs SS Brad Campbell Bret Cappleman LF Gary Edwards Ronnie Rittimann 1B Troy Moss CF Danny Rodriguez DH Scott Wagner RF Raul Chapa Brownsville Pace Vikings Position Player LF Arnold Garcia 1B Faustino Ramirez Rodney Morales Art Garcia SS Clemente Rodriguez 3B David Pena RF David Casares SS Victor Canoa DH Jose Luis Zarate 2B David Leal New Braunfels Unicorns Position Player CF David Caddell SS Eddie Cantu Armando Martinez 3B Bobby Tristan 1B Alan Walker Dicky Ortega 2B Tomas Juarez RF Don Duncan DH John Mullins LF David Gunn EdcouchElsa Yellowjackets Position Player David Segura SS Diego Bubio 3B Felix Garcia LF David Garza CF Keith Nichols 1B Luis Guajardo RF Lalo Reyes Oscar Segura C Jaime Garza 2B Ricky Ramos Tanks Prospect grabs Preakness BALTIMORE AP Stretchrunning Tanks Prospect caught evenmoney favorite Chiefs Crown just before the wire to win the Preakness Stakes in record time Tanks ridden by Pat Day and trained by Wayne covered 1 316 miles in clipping onefifth of a second off the official Pimlico Race Course The time also equaled the unofficial mark set by Triple Crown winner Secretariat in when the track clock malfunctioned and handtiming was Chiefs Crown had taken the lead from frontrunning Eternal Prince with a quartermile to go before Tanks Prospect came on to win by a Eternal the second choice in the finished third in the richest Preakness in Tanks an inconsistent performer who had won the Arkansas Derby but then finished seventh in the Kentucky was fifth on the final but moved from the rail to the outside and put away the front runners under Days heavy lefthanded The feat was accomplished on a track which had turned from sloppy early in the day to fast by the third race under sunny It had rained most of The victory was accomplished against a field that did not include Kentucky Derby winner Spend a who insteadwill run for a bigger payday in the Jersey Derby May 27 at Garden State That race would be worth million if he Chiefs the 2yearold champion who was third as the favorite in the finished 2M lengths ahead of Eternal who was another three lengths in front of I Am The Eternal who finished 12th in the Derby after failing to get out of the gate grabbed the early lead under Chris a replacement for his Derby Richard Longshots Sport and Hajjis Treasure ran 23 into the backstretch while Chiefs who was expected to be up front under Donald was fourth or fifth during that DERYL ZFI rurjr Smithson Valleys Paul Pharris waits on a pitch during Fridays game Boerne nips 109 ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer POTEETWhen Smithson Valley plays the other district the games usually boil down to a single It was no different as the Rangers and Boerne staged another The Greyhounds won this one 109 to give the team its second district title in a Smithson Boerne and Floresville finished district play with identical 73 The Rangers faced these teams six times over the with one run making the difference in each Its amazing how close each of our games have been with those two said Ranger Coach Bobby For a I didnt think it would be close but we hung in there and made a game out of For a while the third to be exact Boerne led It looked pretty didnt Granger Its hard to get people out when you dont throw Boerne had two hits in the third Box score BOERNE ab 2b If ss cf rf 1b 3b Totals r h bi 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 SMITHSON VALLEY ab r h bi 1101 3110 3201 1 1 3113 2710 6 8 2b c 3t Reyes ss Cpnhavr p 3b 1b ct dh it Totals 3 2 3 2 4 5 1 3 3000 4021 4000 32 9 9 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 1 Smithson 242 0 9 Boerne 001 x 10 E Corcoran Lancaster LOB Smithson Valley Boerne 6 28 vVayner HR Copenhave SB Corcoran SF Pharns IP H R ER BB SO Smithson Valley L 1 2 5158 76 Reyes 1 02 2 Simons 1 0 0 0 1 1 Boerne 5 77447 Sommer W 3 222 HBP By Sommer iWagneri VVP Sommer PB Simons 2 Baili 240 A 140 but scored seven runs off three Smithson Valley Boerne drew seven walks in the in four with the bases We made it easy for But we battled I thougt our hitting was Granger The after scoring an unearned run in the had only one hit in the first three innings before the offense came A towering home run by pitcher Wes Copenhaver and a runscoring double by Paul Pharris narrowed the lead to Copenhaver was Smithson Vallleys starting but left with one out in the third Two pitchers he came back in the fourth giving up one run in the final three innings he The Ranger offense continued to come as Smithson Valley whittled the lead down to 96 with a See Page 10A Celtics race to 30 lead PHILADELPHIA AP Larry Bird scored 26 points as the Boston taking the lead for good at the halftime defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 10594 Saturday to take a commanding 30 lead in their bestof seven National Basketball Association semifinal playoff No team in NBA history has ever won a bestofseven playoff series after losing the first three Danny Ainge added 17 points and handed out seven assists as the Celtics beat the 76ers in Philadelphia for only the sixth time in 27 games since Bird joined the team for the 197980 Robert Parish and Kevin McHale each had 14 while Parish collected 13 rebounds for the defending NBA champion Boston gets its chance for a sweep of this Eastern Conference championship series in Game 4 here The 76ers got only five points from Julius Avho was guarded by Bird and made only one of 10 field goal Andrew Toney led Philadelphia with 26 points and also had five Rookie Charles Barkley scored while Moses Malone had 18 points and a gamehigh 16 Philadelphia led 2820 after the first but trailed 4847 at halftime and 7974 starting the final 12 Boston built its lead through the final period to 12 at 10290 with a little over a minute to The closest the 76ers could get in the last quarter was three at 7976 with The 76ers cut the deficit to four points at 9086 with left and 9288 at the In the first the score was tied three the last at 1212 with The 76ers then outscored the Celtics 144 to take a IDpoint lead at But the Celtics rallied 132 at the start of the second getting three field goals from Ray Williams to go ahead 3330 with The 76ers went scoreless for minutes before Toney started a surge of five straight points that sent Philadelphia ahead 3533 with to ;