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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Wednesday March 4 1987Hergld-Zedunp New Braunfels. Texas p»q«§a Agitated SV foils Boerne Rangers go 7-1 in district By TIM WAITS Staff Writer Following their first District 26 SA loss of the year and going w ithout two mainstays Tuesday night Smithson Valley soccer coach l^irry Schaffer was understandably concerned going Into Parent s Night match with Boerne I was worried We talked about it before the game and I just wanteal to make everybody mad m> they would just pla> said Schaffer after his Hangers defeated the (treyhounds :> I Thev ros** to the occasion It was a team win The team came through The Hangers were without the ser vices of center striker VptKinar San che/ who was inadvertent Iv red carded in saturday s match against Samuel ( iemens and fullback Hotiert Blae k who is nursing a hruis ed ankle from J fie < lernen game Sam he; will '«* back for saturdav s pivotal match against New Braunfels but Black is still ques t Iona t tie Joel Baker replated '“anehe; and hit two goals for Hie Hangers Joel did one heckuva job said Schaffer He ready picked up th#* slack Smithson \ alirv dominated often siveiv in th#* first half but could only put one shot past tt>#* ( J rev hound gt>alke#*j»r That gc.i carne from Baltavar s.ir* h#** in th#* opening rn mat#*' of Hr* game Boerne turd 'fie score a Jeu minutes into Hr* ms ond half A tittle over a minute after tf»e Cjrev hounds goal me Hangers Brandon Manley dr i bided past defenders and slid a shot by the goalkeeper into the comer of the net In the last three games (Brandon has really been coming on," said Schaffer Baker gave th#* Hangers some breathing room taking a cross from stanley and kicking one over the c -aile s outstretched hand into the rad from IO yards away stanley scored hts second goal of the game on an assist from Baker to give the Hangers a three point lead I he Greyhounds did apply some tieai to the Hangers in the latter stages of th#* game (nit could not sneak lr a goat Baker scored his final goal near the etui of th#* game tapping in an in : eel kick from Brad Adcock to close iHit the scoring smithsnn Vatlev improves its record to 7 J in district competition and maintains a one game lead over as ond place New Braunfels The 'a., teams will m#***t saturday at 2 p I at the New Braunfels Middle v/*»■•! in an important match NBS Leonard match Lagunas dribbles in an earlier N B soccer squad runs over Antlers LFHKVILLF New Braunfels ter team made it (out straight is I ae sd av nigh! with a 2 o victory *r hem die I iv y nicorn (ouch Pete ti rand jean d Hr* lu st outcome of Ult* game s that fie had a chance to look •re closely at his reserve players J to look at oilier players at dif eld positions against th#* winless tiers sew Hraunlels is now 7 :» 2 overall ii :» I 2 in District 26 5A play while zy falls too6 2 in district action it was a great opportunity for us work on our depth (< rand jean id ITiere a lot of kids who have not en playing a lot anti we had a alice to watch ttiem ainee highth** scored Hr* only a1 of Hr* first half off a crossing ss from Hot) W ic a11 David Paton Ade it 2o with fiRjr minutes left in t game with a long kit k from Hr* ?of the ho* LESLIE K RIE WALDT/JtaH Rhotegrapker New Braunfels pitcher R icky Gomez scattered seven hits and struck out eight batters Tuesday night Mules blank the Unicorns/ 4-0 Bv TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Two teams on the opposite ends of th#* age spectrum clashed at I nicorn Field Tuesdav night and not surpris ingly the more experienced team prev ailed Alamo Heights replete with eight returning starters blanked New Braunfels 4 *) in the I mourns home opener (Respite a strong pitching per formanceby Kicky Gomez Mule pitcher Phil Aranda gave af just five hits ail in the first thr**e inn mgs to hand New Braunfels its fourth loss in as many games The kids are just rad doing the jot of hitting said I nicorn l oach Peter (larva I know they i an do it they show it in practice I have a hard time selecting a lineup because all of HR*m * an hit even the pitchers I think its just go mg to take one good game under our tied where we knock the cover off th#* ball to get us started he said A timely hit or two in th#* first three innings AtM\ th#* I mcoms might have jumped (Hit to an early lead WhdtR*v Husco opened the first with a walk and moved to second when (louie; lined a single to left V strikeout and a double play grounder premature^ ended the first inning In the second Hico Herrera strok «*d a two out single to left and moved to third on a single by John Mullins and an error in the outfield A strikeout for th#* third out finished the inning With ora* out in the third (Jomez again singled to eft and courtesy runner Brad ii rant ambled to third on a single by Jake Villareal But both runners were left stranded following two shallow fly outs Aranda then s**ttl#*d down allowing inly four more I n.com base runners the r«*>t of the game two coming on Mule errors \iamo Heights eft at least one run ner strarcled in every inning except th#* fifth wh«*n th#* Mul#*> scored two runs \fte* giving up a walk and a single against the first thr**«* Mule batters <iomez found his grove The left bar ler st rue k out the side in tx»th the ms ond and tho I linings and had two easv outs n the fourth before losing cont rol < ate tie? Terrence Smith and center fielder Mike Britton fxdh drew walks then thir l baseman Jess#* Barrera reac fRsi t»ase on an infield error Bobfly Veltrnan followed with a single to right scoring smith A fielding error on the piav allowed Box score NEW BRAUNFELS ALAMO HEIGHTS Alamo Heights OOO 220 0—4 ob r h bi ab r h b< Chicago OOO OOO 0—0 Kasco 2b 2 0 0 0 (Antu 2b 3 0 2 0 E — J Hernandez «2). Veitman. iiorn**; p 10 2 0 Aranga p 2 0 0 0 Kamire; .2 Villareal DP - Alamo Tristan p I OO 0 Clark dh 3 0 0 0 Heights 2 LOB Alamo Heights ll. New V Ureal rf JOI 0 Casino lb I * J 0 Braunfels 8 IB Pitiuck SB - Mullins. Hamirz lb 2 0 0 0 Pitiuck lf 3 I I I Wright Kanes lb I OO 0 Smith c I I 0 0 Turman TOO 0 M ->• a I 0 Q 0 ie M R ER BB SO Castlijacf 2 oo 0 Britton cf t I 0 0 Alamo Heights Grant cf o OO 0 Brerra ib 3 0 0 0 Aranda Wi-0' 5 0 0 4 5 Hrerra th I 0 I 0 Xeltmn rf 4 0 2 I New* Braunfels M . t Total* 24 a 7 2 Gomez LO-2 6 6 4 2 7 8 (addend 2 OO 0 Tristan I : 0 u32 Mixon lf J .i .• 0 Balk Tristan WL Gomez Tristan Total* 2# 0 J 0 Alamo Heights to take a 2-0 lead (Jemez gave up two earned runs in the fifth Huben Castillo open#*d with a one-out bloop single and scored when Jeff Pitiuck hit a towering drive against the center field fence for a triple Pitiuck scored on a wild pitch before (tome; was able to retire the side Dome; lasted one more inning recording his eighth strikeout after throwing lit pitches I wanted him lo work six innings t rh a use he needs to throw a lot (.anta said He had good stuff on the bal. I rn real pleased with the way he pitched Another bright spot for New Braunfels aas Mullins who threw out two of three Mules attempting to steal second The I mcoms will play a group of former New Braunfels baseball players at 7pm Friday The District TMA season begins Tu«?sday when the I mcoms host Fredericksburg at 7 Ut p rn Canyon splits games with Matadors SKGl IN Dr* C anyon ( ougars op»*iR*c1 Hie HHT bu Mohall ( ainpatgn in a fiurrv of runs Canyon split a high scoring doubleheader with the Seguin Matadors winning Hie oja-irt lo and falling in Hr* nightcap 17 6 I was flappy a itll some of the things I saw said Canyon Coach Kalph Behrend Intensively we are young and inexperienced and we re going to make some mistakes ITR* Cougars exploded for six runs in the first inning of th#* first game of the five inning affair and survived a six run fifth bv th#* Matadors Ken I) Alfonso hit a home run for the Cougars The Cougars scored in each of Hr* first four innings Th** kev was ut* hit the hall well in the first game said Behrend We hail M*veral people hit It is hard to taunt it) just one person We did a good jig; for our first game Kudy Benav ides went four and one third innings and allowed only one run tR*fore running out of steam He was relieved by Jeff Wilks and Thomas V iliunuev a After committing h>ur errors in the first inning of the second game things dnln t get any tilter for the Cougars All told the Cougars mad#* IO er rors and endured a disastrous 12-run fourth inning before the game ended as a lo run rule in the fifth We had four errors in the first inn mg said Behrend We put Mime other kids in to give them a chance We just made some mistakes Down i-o after the first inning the ( ougars scored four runs to take a brief lead But th#* Matadors came t>ack with two m the Mvond and later 12 in the fourth Carlos Alvarado pit ch#*d four innings for Hie Cougars and picked up the loss Carn on will host a doubleheader Friday against lk*l Valle with the first game beginning at 5 p rn Linescore First Gam* Canyon    *12 IO —IO 7 2 Seguin    OOI 0* — 7 4 3 Benavides Wuk* S Villanueva S and Muihui an    W    Benavides    1-0 HH Ii Alfonso Second game Canyon    0*0    02— * « IO Seguin    320    12* —17 7 2 Alvarado and MulhoHan L Alvarado ill Dr* I mourns recorded 26 shots on goal to Hr* Antlers six I think we plaved a real good game (lur support people played vcrv well anti that will help us out on down the road " (Jrandjean said Among Hr* liiR*up changes in Kerr v ill** was Deter (Jar/a switching from goalie to sweeper for the first half Wade Ohnheiser did a good job in goal in Hr* half. (Jrandjean said ITR* win keeps New Braunfels momentum alive coming into Satur days showdown against district leader Smithson Valley The Unicorns trail the Hangers by a game in the standings "We've now won seven games which is half of the games we’ve played We've got a big game on saturday A win would put us in first place uikJ a loss would really put some pressure on us." he said "Ifs going to be a big game " More SWC woes Tech placed on year's probation/ loses 3 scholarships LUBBOCK AP The NCAA has place*! Texas T«*ch on probation and taken away three football M. iRilarship* th** auM* Uniters and coaches paid recruits who wound up playing els#*where The NCAA Tuesday plac***1 the Tech foot bal. program on probation for one year and limited the He*1 Haiders to 22 football scholarships in stead of the usual 25 for IWW Kn Tech Coach Spike Dykes who said his con cern about the potential penalty grew last week when the NCAA banned football for a year at Southern Methodist called the punishment "very fair and just “I was relieve#! he said The NCAA report said the recruiting viola lions which the s#h«»l said involved former Head Coach Jerry Moore and several assistants who are no longer at Tech, occurred rn the “excessively competitive environment of Texas football This fact however d#R*s not excuse the flagiant disregard for the association s regula tior.N th** report said l ech became tile third Southwest Conference team on probation for recruiting violations Last Wednesday Southern Meth*)disi was sinppe*l of its |y#7 season and part of its IWW season tR*caus«* of repeated violations Texas Christian’s probation ends next year Tech officials expressed relief that the NCAA did not take sterner steps, such as a ban on telex ision games or bowl apperances School President Lauro Cavazos said Tech s cooperative attitude may have helpe#1 avoid sider punishment The NCAA report acknowledged Tech s cooperative non defensive attitude ' and that the M’iRjoi had never before been punished for rules violations This is really a verv black dav in athletics at Texas Tech Cavazos said Bob sway/e Tech s faculty representative. said th#* school would not appeal the V AA fin dings or decision Hex T uber a Tech regent. said. We are receiving what we deserve, I believe The NCAA cite*! 15 violations in IWB IWM many including improper gifts to prospective players According to its normal practice the NCAA did not reveal nanucs of coaches, boosters or students But the university did ITr* former assistant coaches named as par ticipating in improper recruiting are Hudney Allison Hichard Hitchie and Jim Bates Moore was fired in IWC* after compiling a 16-37 2 record in five seasons Bates Ritchie and Allison left before the tWia season ;

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