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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Mareh foils Boerne Rangers go 71 in district By TIM WAITS Stall Writer Following their first District 265A loss of the year and going without two mainstays Tuesday Smlthson Valley soccer coach Larry Schaffer was understandably concerned into Parents Night match with 1 was We talked about it before the game and 1 just wanted to make everybody mad so they would just said after his Rangers defeated the Greyhounds 5 They rose to the occasion It was a team The team came through The Rangers were without the ser vices of centerstriker Apolinar San who was Inadvertently red carded In Saturdays match against Samuel and fullback Robert who is nursing a bruis ed ankle from the Clemens Sanchez will be back for Saturdays pivotal match against New but Black is still ques tionable Joel Baker replaced Sanchez and hit two goals for the Rangers Joel did one heckuva said Schaffer lie really picked up the slack Smlthson Valley dominated offen sively In the first but could only put one shot past the Greyhound goalkeeper That goal came from Baltasar Sanchez in the opening minutes o the game Boerne tied the score a few minutes into the second half A little over a minute after the Greyhounds the Rangers Brandon Stanley dribbled past defenders and slid a shot by the goalkeeper Into the corner of the In the last three Bran don has really been coming said Baker gave the Rangers some breathing taking a cross from Stanley and kicking one over the goalies outstretched hand Into the net from 10 yards Stanley scored his second goal of the game on an assist from Baker to give the Rangers a threepoint The Greyhounds did apply some heat to the Rangers in the latter stages of the but could not sneak in a Baker scored his final goal near the end of the tapping In an In direct kick from Brad Adcock to close out the Smithson Valley improves its record to 71 in district competition and maintains a onegame lead over secondplace New The two teams will meet Saturday at 2 at the New Braunlels Middle School in an Important NBs Leonard match Lagunas Photoflrapfcff dribbles in an earlier N B soccer squad runs over Antlers KERRVILLE New Braunfels soccer team made it our straight wins Tuesday night with a 20 victory over Kerrville Tivy Unicorn Coach Pete Grandjean said the best outcome of the game was that he had a chance to look more closely at his reserve players and to look at other players at dif ferent positions against the wintess Antlers New Brauntels is now 752 overall and 512 in District play while falls to 04 in district action It was a great opportunity tor us to work on ow Gwudjew There a lot of kMs who have noi been pteyins a W and we a change to watch them Lawe Ughtfooi scored W goal ol tbe first hall oil a crossing trow m WicaU PivW Eafep Jilt in LESLIE Photographer New Braunfels pitcher Ricky Gomez scattered seven hits and struck out eight batters Tuesday night AAules blank the 40 By TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Two teams on the opposite ends of the age spectrum clashed at Unicorn Field Tuesday and not surpris the more experienced team prevailed Alamo replete with eight returning blanked New Braunlels 40 in the Unicorns home despite a strong pitching per formance by Ricky Mule pitcher Phil Aranda gave up Just five all in the first three inn to hand New Braunfels its fourth loss in as many games The kids are just not doing the job of said Unicorn Coach Peter 1 know they can do they show it in I have a hard lime selecting a lineup because all of them can even the 1 think its just go ing to take one good game under our belt where we knock the cover off the ball to get us he said A timely hit or two in the first three innings and the Unicorns might have jumped out to an early lead Whitney Rosco opened the first with a walk and moved to second when Gomez lined a single to left A strikeout and a double play grounder prematurely ended the first In the Rico Herrera strok ed a twoout single to left and moved to third on a single by John Mulllns and an error in the A strikeout for the third out finished the With one out in the Gomez again singled to left and courtesy runner Brad Grant ambled to third on a single by Jake But both runners were left stranded following two shallow fly Aranda then settled allowing only four more Unicorn base runners the rest of the two coming on Mule Alamo Heights left at least one run ner stranded in every inning except the when the Mules scored two After giving up a walk and a single against the first three Mule Gomez found his The left hander struck out the side in both the second and third innings and had two easy outs in the fourth before losing control Catcher Terrence Smith and center fielder Mike Britton both drew then third baseman Jesse Barrera reached base on an infield error Bobby Veltman followed with a single to scoring A fielding error on the play allowed Box score NEW BRAUNFELS ab r h bi Rasco2b HEIGHTS ab r h bi Cantu 2b Heights 000 220 0 4 Chicago 000 000 E J Hernandez Gomez DP Tristan LOB Heights New Vllreal 3B SB Ramirz H R ERBBSO Cast 11 a Grant W 50 04 5 Hrerra L 64278 Caddell 10032 Mixon Alamo Heights to take a 20 Gomez gave up two earned runs in the Ruben Castillo opened with a oneout bloop single and scored when Jeff Pitluck hit a towering drive against the center field fence for a Pitluck scored on a wild pitch before Gomez was able to retire the Gomez lasted one more recording his eighth strikeout after throwing 123 1 wanted him to work six innings because he needs to throw a Garza He had good stuff on the Im real pleased with the way he Another bright spot for New Braunfels was who threw out two of three Mules attempting to steal The Unicorns will play a group of former New Braunfels baseball players at 7 The District 134A season begins Tuesday when the Unicorns host Fredericksburg at Canyon splits games with Matadors SEGU1N The Canyon Cougars opened the 1987 baseball campaign in a flurry of runs Canyon split a high scoring doubleheader with the Seguin winning the opener 107 and falling in the nightcap 176 1 was happy with some of the things 1 said Canyon Coach Ralph Behrend we are young and inexperienced and were going to make some mistakes The Cougars exploded for six runs in the first inning of the first game of the fiveinning affair and survived a sixrun fifth by the Ken DAUonso hit a home run for the Cougars The Cougars scored in each of the first four innings The key was we hit the ball well in the first said Behrend We had several people hit It is hard to point to just one person We did a good job for our first game Rudy Benavides went four and one third innings and allowed only one run before running out of steam He was relieved by Jeff Wilks and Thomas Villanueva After committing four errors in the first inning of the second things didnt get any better for the Cougars All the Cougars made 10 er rors and endured a disastrous 12run fourth inning before the game ended as a 10run rule in the fifth We had four errors in the first inn said Behrend We put some other kids in to give them a chance We just made some mistakes Down 30 after the first the Cougars scored four runs to take a brief lead But the Matadors came back with two in the second and later 12 in the Carlos Alvarado pit ched four innings for the Cougars and picked up the Canyon will host a doubleheader Friday against Del Valle with the first game beginning at 5 Linescore First Game Canyon 612 1Q Seguin 001 Wilks VUlanueva 5 and Mulhollan W HR DAlfonso Second game Canyon 040 4 10 Seguin 320 7 2 Alvarado and Mulhollan L Alvarado o 1 The Unicorns recorded 26 shots on goal to the Antlers six 1 think we played a real good game Our support people played very and that will help us out on down the Qrandjein said Among the lineup changes jn viile was Peter Gar switching jrojn goalie to sweeper IQJF the first hail Wade Ohnheiser di4 a good job in goal in the Grand jean said The win keeps New BraunJeJs1 momentum alive coming Mo Satur day s showctown agafeg district leader smitUssn Unicorns trail the Rangers by a game in the Weve is More SWC woes Tech placed on years loses 3 scholarships 04 thg played Weve got bjg game place and a loss would reallv out w fspspepy KWfff some pressure op be gotog to a Wg IUUBBOCK iAP The NCAA has placed Texas Tech on probation and taken away three football scholarships because boosters and coaches paid recruits who wound up playing elsewhere Tnf Tyesday placed the Tech football program pn probation for one year and limited the Rid RJlders football in stead ol thj mm ft for Ceigh SpUfce who said his con cera tiie potential penalty grew last weefc iC4A feittaeri football for a year at called the t WP Thf repprt Ute recruiting yiola wbieh ing sphftoi said involved former Head Qoacb Jerry an4 several assistants wop are no longer at occurred in IJag competUive of Texas football This 4oes not exctjse the flagrant 4isregar4 for the associations regula the repprt Tech became the third Southwest Conference team on probation for recryjting Last Methodist was stripped of its 1997 season and part of its season because reputed violations Christians probation ends Tech olf icials relief that the NC4A did wt take sterner a ban on television games or bowl apperances Schopi President Jawro Techs cooperative attitvsde have helped avoid Techs This is really a very black day in at Texas Cavazos said Bob Techs faculty said the school would not appeal the NC44 flu dings or decision Rex Fullera Tech We are receiving what we I The NCM report the sehopl had never been punished or rwies The NCAA cited is violations in many including improper gifts to prospective players According to its norniaj ttCAA did not reveal names ojf boosters or ftui the ynjyersity The former assisiini najnjd impropjgr recrgyttog ajf Richard Ritchje and Jim Bates Wis fired in record to five
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