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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports March 1991 New Texas Page9 Unicorns rout Del 100 ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor New Braunfels bats are starting to come and its not a moment too soon for Coach Peter After scoring an average of four runs in each of its first five New Braunfels has scored 22 times in its last The latest came Thursday night in an 11hit attack against Del as the host Unicorns pounded the Cardinals Greg Overturf and Joe Faulkner each hit home runs for New Braunfels in its tournament while Brian Martinez went 3for4 with two dou Garza said more consistent hit ting was one of the teams main goals going into the threeday We talked about the things we needed to do which he havent been like getting a bunch of We also wanted to make every defen sive play we and make a few good I think we did that Box score DEL VALLE NEW B RAUNFELS ab r h bl ab r h bl Yrbrghll 2 00 0 Martnzss 4131 Lovecf 2 01 0 Schrwrrl 3 20 0 Perez 1b 2 00 0 LGnzs3b 2120 Vllegslb 2 00 0 Ovrtrfc 3122 GOjda3b 2 00 0 Looser 0100 Hrnsbyc 2 00 0 Hrmanll 3012 DGnzsrf 1010 Flknerlb 3 22 1 AOjda2b 0 00 0 Canlucl 2 00 0 Mendzap 1000 Scedodh 3 00 0 Jenkep 1 00 0 Rmero2b 1 21 1 1502 0 Totals 241011 7 Dsl Vails 000 NswBraunfals 112 Two out when game ended by 10run rute Valle Valle New Braunfels Martinez Overturf Dsl Vails IP H R ERBBSO 6 4 4 1 1 Jenke 5 6 6 2 3 NswBraunfsts IP H R ERBBSO 2 0 0 1 3 Hodges he The Unicorns went through the fiveinning game without an while right fielder Wes Schriewer prevented a possible run with a sliding twoout catch with a Del Valle base runner on second Garza said he also saw improve ment in the performance of Grant who pitched a twohitter to raise his season record to He walked just one batter and struck out and fell behind in the count to just three of the 18 batters he He wants to do well and I think he was a little more determined Garza He wanted to do better because he was 11 and didnt think he deserved to New Braunfels scored in every highlighted by a fourrun Overturf slapped the ball 350 feet over the rightcenter field fence for a two twoout homer to make the score Raoul Romero opened the inning by drawing a walk off Cardinal reliev er Jason then moved to third on Martinez first Both runners scored on successive wild pitches by who then walked Schriewer before giving up the home run to The Unicorns won the game by the 10run rule with a tworun fifth which began when Faulkner led off with a After a Faulkner scored from second on Romeros twoout single to Martinez shot against the leftfield fence for a double provided the 10run as Romero beat the throw to the New Braunfels scored a pair of runs in the third as Leroy Gonzales doubled and Overturf Both runners scored on Kyle Hermans oneout single between third and See Page 10 Canyons Trey Daffin beats back the pickoff throw by Fredericksburg went on to steal but the Cougars lost the contest 54 Photo pitcher Steven Stuewe in the fifth inning of Thursdays game at Uni by Erik Karlsson corn as first baseman Chris Beckendorf awaits the Daffin Billies battle back to slip by Canyon ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Canyons penchant for scoring with two out con tinued Thursday but the lategasp dra matics were not enough to help the Cougars defeat the states fifthranked Class 3A Fredericksburg rallied from a threerun deficit to edge Canyon 54 and advance to Saturdays semifi nal game of the Unicom Canyons loss to the Billies followed a 167 vic tory over Pleasanton in the tournament opener Thursday The Cougars will play one more game in the Satur day at Unicorn Field against the loser of the con test between New Braunfels and todays ConsolidatedLaredo Martin A secondinning grand slam by Dono van Rivers provided all of Canyons runs against The Cougars scored nine of its runs against Pleasanton with two and the first five runs in a 143 triumph over Alamo Heights on Tuesday came with two We also scored most of our runs at the Lock nan tournament last weekend with two Im not sure why that said Canyon Coach Ralph You could say its good to have guys who can get big hits in pressure Ill just take them whichever way we can get Rivers grand his fourth home run of the came on a 1JO pitch from Steve Michael Wibracht began the inning with a strike but reached first on a passed Following a flyout and another designated hitter John ny Schaas moved Wibracht to second with a single The bases were filled for Rivers when Dionicir Torres reached on an infield But after Trey Daffin followed Rivers shot wi4 a Canyon would not get another base hit hi the final five innings as Stuewe finished with a j The Cougars did have baserunners in every and had runners in scoring position in the final t Daffin opened the fifth with a then stole second with two But Billie outfielder Rolan do Robles prevented a run when he made an over 19 Coogs at tourney SV plays two New Braunfels continues play in the Unicorn Invita tional baseball tournament Canyon will resume tournament play on Saturday and Smithson Valley hosts a doubleheader The after winning their tournament opener against Del Valle Thursday play today at against title Consolidated Laredo Martin The winner of that game plays Fredericksburg at 11 on with that winner going to the 7 tournament championship and the loser to the 4 thirdplace The loser of New Braunfels game today plays Canyon at Saturday in what will be the tour nament finale for both Canyon played two games on beating Pleasanton 167 in the morning before falling to state ranked 3 A power Fredericksburg later in the The Cougars will end the tournament at Unicom Field in the game Smithson which is 52 after a seventhinning win over San Marcos on takes on visiting Copperas Cove in two games scheduled for1 and Jason LaRue leads the Rangers with a batting aver age of close to and has hit five home runs in the past four the junior shortstop has hit two homers in a Jason Long and Matt Gawlik all pitched in the San Marcos with only Long going more than two John Belcher is likely to pitch one game of the with the other three all available for relief duty or the other Soccer teams home tonight scores 25 as Spurs sink Nets SAN ANTONIO AP David Robinson struggled with his shot against the so he had to shift his Grabbing 20 one below his career Robinson helped the San Antonio Spurs to a 11199 victory on Thursday Rebounding has been my only value said the leagues ninth leading But then I dont really worry about offense that Robinson scored 15 going 5of13 from both the field and the freethrow Terry Cummings added 25 points and 10 rebounds and Willie Anderson scored 19 as the Spurs registered a massive 7838 board Reggie Theus led the Nets with 28 four more than Sam New Jersey got only 5 points from Derrick who played nine minutes in the first quarter before leaving with a sprained The Nets were also without Chris who has a bruised Losing Coleman really hurt New Jersey Coach Bill Fitch They seemed to come up with the offensive and defensive rebounds most San Antonio had 18 offensive 20 team rebounds and 40 more at the defensive capitaliz ing on New Jerseys 40 percent effort from the It seemed we passed the ball well early and rebounded well and that let us get out on the said San Antonios Sean who had 14 The Spurs opened up a 5952 half NBA All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Boston 44 16 Philadelphia 33 26 New York 28 32 Washington 22 37 Miami 19 40 NewJersey 19 41 Central Division Chicago 42 15 Detroit 38 23 Milwaukee 37 24 Atlanta 34 26 Indiana 29 31 Cleveland 21 38 Charlotte 17 42 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Utah 40 18 San Antonio 38 19 Houston 35 24 Dallas 22 37 Orlando 20 39 Minnesota 19 39 Denver 16 42 Pacific Division Portland 45 14 LA Lakers 42 18 Phoenix 40 19 Golden State 31 28 Seattle 30 29 LA Clippers 20 39 Sacramento 16 41 Thursdays Games Phoenix Atlanta 104 Indiana Denver 125 Seattle Minnesota 86 Houston Dallas 90 Milwaukee LA Lakers 94 San Antonio New Jersey 99 Golden Stale Cleveland 92 Garnet Atlanta at Denver at Phoenix at 7 Utah at Boston at LA Cleveland at GB 16 21 V4 25 6 7 22 26 GB 21 24 5 14 15 2S 28 time getting 10 points apiece from Cummings and Paul A 90 run late in the third fueled by 5 points from left New Jersey trailing The Nets rallied in the fourth quar using four Drazen Petrovic points to key a 60 run and close within 9888 with to But Cummings scored the next 6 points for San Antonio to send the Nets to their llth consecutive road The Nets are 118 in San Antonio since joining the San Antonio won its third straight and climbed within a game and a half of Utah in the race for the Midwest Division All three local soccer teams are at home with New Braunfels and Smithson Valley facing mustwin The Unicorns host Kerrville a team that surprised Smithson Valley with a 00 tie last The Antlers style in the second round of district has been to put all of their players on defense in hopes of forcing a New Braunfels faced a similar approach from the Greyhounds in Tuesdays win at and hopes to overcome that again when Tivy comes to visit for the 8 New Braunfels trails Smithson Val ley on points in the district but the Rangers have played one more game than the The teams are essentially with New Braun fels having two losses and Smithson Soccer District 275A Soccer Standings Team W L T Pts Smithson Valley 10 1 2 22 NewBraunlels 10 2 0 20 San Marcos 9 2 1 19 Seguin 6 5 2 14 Clemens 4 6 2 10 Tivy 4619 Canyon 4719 Boerne 3917 Lockhart 0 12 0 0 Tuesdays Games Canyon Seguin 1 Smilhson Valley Clemens 3 New Braunleis Boerne 0 San Marcos at Todays Games Boerne at Canyon Lockhart at Smithson Valley Tivy at New Braunfels Clemens at San Marcos Saturdays Game San Marcos at Tivy Valley one loss and two San Marcos is right on the heels of those two with two losses and one Smithson Valley plays at San Marcos and against New Braunfels in the final week of the bangedup and shorthanded Rangers play win less Smithson Valley won the firstround meeting at Lockhart and the Rangers will now host the Lions at 7 Given his teams lack of players due to injuries and grade Coach Larry Schaffer said the Ran gers cannot afford to take any team After Smithson Valley has an open date Tuesday before the final two districtleader Canyon hosts Boerne today at 7 with the Cougars hoping tfc complete a season sweep of tbi After losing its first four district Canyon picked up its first 275A victory at Boeme in a 4i Since the Cougars have gone 431 La district includf ing an upset of New San Marcos plays two games over the hosting Clemens on Frir day and playing a rescheduled game at Kerrville Tivy on ZKRODOWN No Payments for 90 j 90 Day FREE Financing with Polaris Swing Into Spring Baseball Card Show March 1 Holiday InnNew Braunfels 135 Highway 46 Admission Buy any new Polaris ATV between March 1st and May 31 si aid take it home with no money free fin ancing and no payments for 90 A 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