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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas OJfS MirCri New Texas Unicorns roll to victory at Antler Relays Canyon boys finish third at Kerrville Smithson Valley boys take fifth place KERRVILLE New Braunfels boys track and field team made it two straight as the Unicorns dominated the Kerrviile Tivy Antler The scored 140 J36 of which eame in the running almost doubling fivys runnerup score of 6 I Canyon finished in third just one point behind Tivy and Smithson Valley was fifth with 54 two points behind fourthplace We go down the line and see all the first places and Its going to be tough for us to said Unicorn Coach Lew jWeve gotquality and The Unicorns won all three relay events and took three of the top four places in the apometer I The 3200meter relay team of Doak Danny Leon and Efren lylaldanado won in a time of The sprint relay Brad Tim Jfeff and Ryan Purdy won in The 1600meter relay team of Barry and Kevin Walker won in Danny Dorman edged teammate Doak Hunter in a classic 800meter Dorman turned in a and Hunter had a Sneed wasnt far behind in fourth with a For who won the Class 2A 1600 and 800 at State last It was his first meet of the coming off an ankle In that was the nail in the cof coming back in the 800 after winning the 3200 said AllState hurdler Kevin Walker won a dou ble in the 110meter highs and the 300meter Walker won the highs in seconds and the intermediates in Purdy was sixth in the highs in Bryan won the 400meter dash in a whopp ing was third in Bryan had run a in the To break 50 seconds is just tremen said We didnt expect him to break it this early in the To break it as a sophomore and this early is fan Grant finished second in the 100meter dash in Dorman took third in the 1600meter run in a Maldahado was fifth In also placed fifth In the 3200meter Galloway was sixth in the 200meter dash in The four points in the field events came from Tim Hinkhouse and Joe Hinkhouse tied for fourth in the high jump at Vasquez was fifth in the shot put at 45 If our field events were as strong as they have been in the past we wouldnt have to sweat it so said Were taking each meet one at a he Were going to set some goals to shoot at since were kind of on a We are conscious of the Unicorn Relays and District right We have a chance to win several meets in a Canyons boys team finished in third place at the Cougar Coach Pete Rivas said his team could have captured second place with a little more Canyon dropped the baton in the sprint relay finals after winning the and lost Kody Smith to the Youth depriving the mile relay team its anchor Im real happy with the way we perform Our sprint people are just Rivas Canyon had four firstplace two in the field Ken DAlfonso won the discus with a throw of inches while Scott Hennig took first in the pole clearing Teammate Jimmy Wilson was second at 130 and Scott Balmos took third at Smith won the 100meter dash with a time of Kevin Nemec was sixth in the event with a time of Also winning his event was Wilson in the 200meter He won with a time of Teammate Eddie Lopez was fifth at Smith was third in the long hurdling with Wilson right behind in fifth place at DAlfonso was fifth in the shot heaving a distance of Canyons mile relay team of Lopez and sophomore Steven Sum mers finished in fifth place With a time of Sfiiithson Valleys boys team took fifth place with 54 A halfsecond faster in the last event could have pushed the Hangers past Lockhart for fourth The Rangers were led by Richard who won the mile run with a time of He was also second in the twomile with a time of and anchored the 3200meter relay teams second place Also on the which ran a was Kelly Bret Trullender and Alan Chris Gentry took second in the shot put with a throw of inches and third in the discus with a Kevin Burdin took fifth place in the pole clearing 12feet and Trullender was sixth in the 800 with a time of Andy Rendon was sixth in the twomile run with a time of Smithson Valleys mile relay team of David Laxson and Shawn See Page 11A F red erieks burg defeats Canyon Hays Derek Mills scores from second on a bloop single in the third Photo by Leslie Knewaldt Rebels downsNB in squeaker FREDERICKSBURG Canyon dropped its third consecutive baseball game Friday falling to Fredericksburg 73 at Battlin Billie The Cougars have now lost to the top three teams in the District 134A Fredericksburg scored two runs in the first inning and led until the top of the fifth when Canyon came up with three The Billies answered with four runs in the bottom half of the in ning to regain their Carlos 13 on the look the loss for the Tim Stuewe picked up his third win for Stuewe was the Billies leading of fensive weapon as going 2 for 3 atthe plate with a double and one run batted Derrick Dietrich was also 2 of 3 for Alvarado and reliever Rudy who pitched the final two surrendered only seven hits to the Fredericksburg was aided in the game by six Canyon er District 134 A Baseball standings Team W L GB Fredericksburg 40 Boerne 3 1 1 Lockhart 3 1 1 Hays 222 New Braunfels 1 2 22 Smithson Valley 1 2 23 Clemens 1 2 2j Canyon 1 3 3 Kerrviile Tivy 0 3 32 Saturdays Games Hays New Braunfels 9 Fredericksburg Canyon 3 Lockhart Kerrville Tivy 2 5 inn ings i Boerne Clemens 1 5 innings Smithson Valley Southside 2 Tuesdays Game New Braunfels at Canyon Smithson Valley at Hays Kerrville Tivy Fredericksburg Clemens Lockhart if The Cougars had four hits off Canyon plays both of the other local teams this The Cougars host New Braunfels at on then play Smithson Valley at Friday at Ranger ByTIMWAITS Stall Writer New Braunfels unleashed Us offen sive artillery or the first time all year Hays has a po tent offensive team as well and OUtscored the Unicorns Knda night in a District 1 MA baseball game Unicorn roach Peter Garza threw everything but the proverbial kitchen Sink at the Rebels and his leant almost pulled out a tremendous com after trailing 6 u We ran a gambit of plays were trying to win this game said Garza A lot of the trickery came in a four run fifth inning in which the Unicorns equaled the score at 99 With one out Uie Unicorns loaded the bases with three straight singles from Thomas Manuel Landm and Turman Jake Villarreal singled to scoring Kamirez and and Villarreal to second on the throw Box score HAYS ab r h bi PHdjkll 2 t u Lmittr iti 4 1 1 Ijidrnn pr ti 1 o BRAUNFELi ab h bi lluinezcl i 1 0 Kanes rf 4 out when winning run scored K Ramirez Mills DP None LOB Hays New Braunfels 6 2B Lancaster aughn SB Caddell MilU PHadjuK ilUi real Herrera Turman Hautnaktr Alvaret S SK i aMllo cl 1 augtin i 1 K a m e r U Iaddell 1 0 Lane 2 lu ilh Hlidjklb 11 AU rt Itlmsh ph 1 MrMife It Kiltxjuei v Totals pitihtni balttTb 006 Bs I New Villarreal With Turman occupying Villaneal took off to steal third Alter getting liung up on the base path Hays catcher Jeff Vaughn ran at him and threw to second Turman raced home on the throw and Villar real wound up at third on the return throw to the plate was a designed confirm ed Garza Normalh we the catcher to but he ran at him and then threw After Rodney Holland walked Kico Herrera rapped a high pilch to center field to score Villarreal and tie the score Garza called a successful dou ble steal with pinchrunner Dustin taddell and Herrera Whitney Rasco laid a squeeze but Caddell misread Garzas sign and was thrown out easily at home Hays scored the winning run in the top of the sixth Jason Castillo singl ed through the left side and stole se cond Derek Mills drove home Castillo w ith a single to left A disastrous top half of the third in nmg for the tmcorns allowed the Rebels to jump out to a 60 Tur the Unicorns starting ran into problems giving up three three walks and hitting a batter without getting an out before swit ching positions with Holland at short stop With one Holland gave up a single to designatedhitter Tim that allowed the final two runs in the inning to come in 1 in ver pleased with Rodney PagellA Smithson Valley eases pastCards SAN ANTON10 Smithson Valley snapped a twogame losing streak Friday with a 102 non district victory over Southside at Cardinal The win gives the Rangers a 25 record on the The team resumes district baseball play on Tuesday at Hays The Rangers are 12 in Distict 13 4A Travis Tutwiler pitched four strong giving up three hits and two runs while striking out six Southside batters to notch his second victory of the season Smithson Valley Coach Bo Wright said his team is starting to come alive as eight of the nine starters had at least one base Rich Russo was the leading Ranger going 3 for Cat cher Jason Smart hit a solo home run in the third Mike Wilson finished the game on the mound for the giving up one hit and no runs in his three innings of Every one looked much We struggled a little bit here and but we did play better on defense and our hitting was bet Wright Smithson Valley has only district games remaining on its beginning with Tuesday nights game against hardhitting Hays On Friday afternoon the Rangers host EAST HLTHKKFlMU NJ AH led by Kony Seikalys 2ti points gained the NCAA Final Four for the first IJme since 1975 by holding off No 2 North Carolina 7975 Saturday for the Kast Regional title The joinranked 3u 6 and the 2 seed in the will play another Big gast an 88 7i upset win njer over Georgetown Saturday in the Sputheast Regional which had a reputation of blow ing big games in recent had to withs tft4 a Tar Heels led by Kenny f he Orangemen never trailed and extend g iO31 foaUUrne margin to 5338 with to Jhg Tajr Heels put on a 164 im in il strajgM cuWtag the deficit tflpk witb iwipr wbo was namecl the id mtsimdjog working 4 MJ goal by Ssifcaly gave the a TWi teaJ with 6 Ajj4mmca lut a ew a 3ptot wift Hieing Syracuse s tead to After Syracuses Sherman Douglas and Derrick Coleman each missed free throws on one andone Greg Monroe made two tree throws for a 7B73 lead Smith scored unmolested with 13 seconds making it 78 75 After Douglas hit one free Smith missed a 3pointer with four seconds left Smillh finished with 25 20 in the se cond half North Carolina freshman J H who score4 31 points in Thursday nights victor over Notre had 15 points against The Tar seeded first in the East and the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season finished with a 324 record Favorites UNLV face upstarts tAP Reserve Dar ryl scored o 11 slujring a SU tott pgt Proyiiience in as tyhe Big Con rival Georgetown 8873 to advance to the Fiftsl FQUT for pnjly JhjB The bwiU an 19ppint half lead over Uie Big East and refused to give in to the Ji9yas relentless deteosive w ciajrotog the ehajm pipnship in the NCM SouJlieast Regional Guard Billy who had led the Friars to three earlier tournament served as a decoy for most of the tak ing only five field goal attempts still matched Wrights 20 with 16 at the free throw line on 18 attempts The setback snapped a Hgame winning streak for the who finished 295 and failed in their bid to reach the Final Four for the fourth time in six years Providence heads to New Orleans for a na tional semifinal game against Uie champion of the Easjt Regional No 2 North Carolina met lOthranked also of the Big East for the East title later Saturday The who beat No 9 Alabama 1U382 Thursday broke a 2t2ft on a steal by CarUon who drove between two defenders and hit a layup with 52 left in the first half That put the Friars ahead to starting the 2811 run that produced a 5437 haljttime lead Screen contributed iuiie points during the decisive run SEATTLE iAP Topranked Nevada Las Vegas and 6 two teams that mirror each other with pressure defense and uptempo running play with the winner advancing to the NCAA Final Four which has won its last 20 games by 10 points or will throw its stifling pressure defense at a team that plays much the same style The game at the Kingdome is scheduled to start at PST as UNLV Coach Jerry Tarkajnian tries to get his 361 Runnin Rebels tp the Final Four for the first time in 10 I dont anyone in the country can put the kind pi pressure on thgt UNLV Ipwa A yprenfen we face that kind of pressure every day in practice They play the same aggressive game we Iowa3P4 to Cojjeh Tpm Davis first year at the has uJUwed a jwxe press and nineplayer depth IP wajr down most op The have been forced to cows frojgi behjad in their last two tournaramt Fridays 9391 win over shot by Kevin G ajenMe with secpflds left The players they have are similar to pur second UNLV senior guard Mark Wade Well be able to match up with them and well be able to run on UNLV has breezed through the NCAA tour nament much the way it romped through a regular season marred only by a controver sial onepoint loss to Oklahoma A victpry Sunday would give UNLV 37 wins pn tying the record set by Pufce lajsit year Iowa hopes to stop a 21 game UNLY winn ing streak by utilizing its zone press and run ning with the something UNLV emplpys effectively but seldom sees in its Indian UU CINCINNATI AP State finds itself in some fancy company among the survivors in the NCAA TpyrM teams with all sorts of high rajiWpgs and high seedtogs to the has a distinctiPfl that none ol them cpujkj Were the only repealer the Tigers guard Anthony Witoo
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