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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                1991 Sports Ntw Texas debut SV also in baseball action Two afternoon home gamei high light todays local baseball including the 1991 debut of the New Braunfcls New Braunfcls hosts San Antonio Jefferson at 5 with the San Anto nio power expected to provide a good challenge to the Unicorns in their Canyon hosts Bocrne at with the Greyhounds coming to town early before their 8 basketball playoff game against Westlake at New The game was originally scheduled to be in but the sites were reversed because of the basketball The Cougars will play at Boer neon March Canyon lost its opener at tying the game in the top of the seventh before the Matadors won with two outs in the last Dono van Rivers and Junior Rodriguez both homered in the game for the All three Canyon pitchers Trey Bryan Arnold and Johnny Schaaii saw time on the mound against Smithson Valley travels to Edgew ood for a The Ran gers won their opener 70 over San Marcos behind Matt Gawliks one hitter and John Belchers home run and three Gawlik went the distance against the and one of the other pitchers Jason Long or Jason LaRuc will start today against the New Braunfels opener against Jef ferson is the first of two home games for the Unicorns this The team hosts Austin Bowie on Saturday at 2 Invitational opens track The 1991 track and field season starts today at New with the traditional seasonopening Uni com Invitational featuring seven boys teams and six girls New Kerrville Hays and Austin Bowie are all bringing boys and girls to the and the Uvalde boys will also be Lew the Unicom boys said Tivy and Bowie should be the favorites in what he expects to be a competitive But any team except for which is running in less than half of the could Maybe Seguin would have to be considered they walked away with their district last he Hays will be real Theyve got two or three back from a state qualifying sprint I know theyve got Darryl Tidwell back he may be the performer of the He said the Unicorns will not be at full strength at the as the team awaits several ineligible runners who should be back for next weekends Ranger Relays at Smithson Simmonds said New Braunfels will select a few relays that the Unicorns will have a chance to do well pri marily the sprint sprint medley and 800meter Noel the Unicorns girls track said he will use todays meet basically as an opportunity to give the returners a chance to get reac quairited with competition and the newer athletes a chance to get their feet This will almost be like a practice meet for We just want to make sure we can get our cleats It will be real he The meet begins at with the field with the running events starting at 3 Canyon and Smithson Valley open their seasons on Both Canyon teams will be at and the Rangerettes will also partici pate in the Chaparral The Rangers travel to Luling for the Eagle Gamewinner A penalty kick by Smithson Valleys Jason Dildy finds the corner of the in Tuesdays Both the Rangers and the Cougars will despite being deflected by Canyons diving Kristen face stern challenges Photo by Erik Karlsson Smithson Valley hosts pesky Mats Firstplace New Braunfels is idle but the rest of the District 275A soccer teams are in including a key matchup at Smithson Valley as the Rangers host Smithson Valley is currently in sec ond place with a 711 butis hosting a team tonight with playoff aspirations of its At the Matadors are in fourth four point behind frontrunning New Seguins only three losses have come against the districts top The Matadors can get back in the playoff picture by winning two of their three remaining games against those beginning In other 275A contests Canyon travels to San Schertz Clemens hosts Kerrville and Boerne visits Smithson Valley avenged its first district loss a week ago by edging Canyon 10 on scoring the winning goal on a penalty kick early in the second Seguin began the second half of district play on day by blanking Lockhart Smith son Valley won the first meeting against the Mats with todays varsity game at Ranger Stadium sche duled for 7 Canyons loss to Smithson Valley snapped its winning streak at two games and gave the Rangers a sweep of the season The Cougars have won three of their last and have played well in their recent los Canyons last three defeats have all been by one The Cougars will meet a San Mar cos team which has dropped from first place to third in the last 10 The Rattlers were undefeated at 70 before suffering21 losses to both Smithson Valley and New San Marcos blanked Canyon 30 in the first Todays game is scheduled for 8 Kerrville Tivy will look to extend its winning streak to two games after 1 having lost three in a row before that and five of their last The Antlers v edged Boerne 21 on Tuesday0 Tonight they will visit Clemens toj I face a Buffaloes team which is win j less in its last six s Clemens is 042 in those IJ the latest a 44 draw with ThelJ first meeting between the two teamsD saw the Buffs take a42 j Lockhart will host Boerne tonight in a battle between the two teams in the district Lockhart is still looking p for its first victory of the season the Greyhounds are 061 since begin ning the season with two Depth the big question for the Unicorn track teams Quality of returners gives girls high hopes ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor New Braunfels girls track and field team enters its first year of Class 5 A competition with several athletes capable of reaching the regional The question for the Uni corns will be whether they are deep enough to earn a dis trict Im afraid well be able to go into the district meet and win a lot of but someone could get a lot of second er thirdor fourthplace finishes and sneak up on said Coach Noel Depth is a definite concern of The core of the New Braunfels team is with four of the returning athletes accounting for six regional berths last Junior Robin Riedel was a double goldmedal winner at last years District 284A winning both the high jump and the She topped her previous best effort in the discus by 10 feet at then went up another 14 feet to win regionals with a throw of 131 Amy Cook won the the mile run as a freshman last year at the district meet with a time of then won the gold medal at regionals despite running 10 seconds Sisters Robin and Jessica both now combined for three regional berths last with Robin placing second in both hurdling Jessica placed sec ond in the 100meter Weve got a good Hansen I think well be able to do well in We should be very A strong group of seniors should help the Unicorns compete for the District 255A which will be decided April 13 at Unicom Celeste a thirdplace district finisher in the dis will again be handling the throwing while Holly Erben will take on the jumping Another senior expected to help New Braunfels is Kim who will be running in the 400meter run and on the Shoring up the Unicorns in the field events will be Casey Bredewater high Veronica Galvan and Kim Simon jumping Kim Caffey discus and Cindy Mager and Patricia Wilson throwing who saw her basketball season cut short after being involved in an automobile will again have regional and state aspirations in the 800 and the Were expecting good things from her Hansen Shes looking real good after getting banged up in the Cook should get some support from a group of sopho more runners which includes Bonnie Chaffe and Kerry Cogdell in the sprints and Ava Knueper and KaUierine Kawazoe in the relays and hurdles and Jennifer Kiolbassa in the Competing in the longer races will be three more crosscountry runnero Nina Kimber Streety and Brandi Were just not very We really have just one hurd Hansen You always hope for some New Braunfels boys still have high expectations Heaveho Robin Riedel will be one of four track athletes returning with regional experience for New Braun felsgirls I guess well be doing that again this The Unicorns may call upon several freshmen to spark the with Trisha Darla Casey Jamie Smelser and Lisa Fairchild likely to be fill in at times on the shorter races and the Despite the move to Class Hansen said he did not believe the District 25SA meet would be any tougher than last years District 284A It may not be quite as strong as were used Seguin should have some good weight people and East Central has some good I think San Marcos will be pretty as I dont thiik any of those teams should be he Where the difference in the larger classification may make a more noticeable Hansen will be at the regional meet at San Antonios Northside SM Page 10 ByJOEBELK Staff Writer Coach Lew Simmonds says this years New Braunfels track team lacks both the depth and the quality of previous Unicorn But he also believes the Unicorns will be in the thick of the district This with the exception of the sprint Charlie Stames in the discus and maybe Adam Hernandez in the pole were kind of But the sprintrelay team also con tains two potential fivewent and New Braunfels has several people who could get past district on a good I could name probably three or four events in which probably well be the ones to he After itll have to be maybe the good The sprint relay consists of three returning Wes Tommy Cupil and Kevin Hudgins team with newcomer Kyle Both Schriewer and Herman play var sity baseball and will miss three but they will be available for the district meet and two others just before Only three teams have a chance to win the sprint relay in and thats Seguin and East Simmonds Starnes has an equally strong possi bility of advancing in the and he should be one of the teams Charlies got a chance to go to have a chance to win hi the coach He should be throwing right at the school record 160 before the seasons The Unicorns could have two pole vault contenders in Hernandez and Hernandez is currently jumping 13 Hes off to a good start and should be one of the Wes will be one of the favorites in the pole he They have to be considered two of the top three Schriewer will possibly enter in five events at the competing in the sprint pole long 100meter dash and possibly the Track 91 Second in a series 200meter Hudgins is the Unicorns other fiveevent concentrating on the sprints and Kevin is a guy to watch in the 100 and Simmonds He runs real If he he should be one of the guys with a chance to do You hate to have a guy do five Every year theres one or but its pretty When you dont have its one But when you have to it takes a pretty strong kid to do When Schriewer and Herman are at baseball the team may or may not field a sprintrelay James Sargent is available as a but Simmonds is not sure if he can find two The team should be complete in the meets immediately before as there are no baseball conflicts for Hays meet against a defending statequalifying sprint relay or Unicorn Hudgins and Schriewer will1 also be running in individual probably all in both the 100 and All three of those kids can make the finals in the district monds adding that Sargent will probably run one or the other of the Sophomore Dustin Simons looked promising in the high and could be a factor in district despite the competition of Seguin hurdler Kenneth Broadnax is obviously the favbr but I think Dustins got a chanceJ to get a Simmonds Darrell Clark could compete in the distance the 1600meter along with either the 800 or Orlando Perez and Thomas Montanezot Page lp R TBall Registration February 23rd 1012 in the Morning American League Field Across from the Fairgrounds Registration open to any boy or girl ages 6 or 7 as of July and a birth certificate are all that Is needed for For more call   

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