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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports New Texas Streety resigning Unicorn AD to take over at Madison By TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor After a 17year career which saw the New Braunfels Unicorns become as a state pow er in Jim Streety will accept the position of athletic director and head football coach at San Antonio Madison High School His resignation is not official but he verbally told me on Monday of his intentions to res said New Braunfels ISO Superintendent Charles Streety declined to comment on either his resignation or his new position until after todays 7 meeting of the North East School Districts board of His hiring is expected to be approved at that After serving as an assistant coach for the Unicorns for seven Streety was named athletic director and head coach on March Under New Braunfels advanced to the state playoffs eight times and compiled a 149442 The Unicorns reached the I Its going to be tough to replace a Charles NBISD superintendent Class 4A state1 semifinals in 1985 and New Braun felswas the winningest 4A team in the state during the as the Unicorns won 99 In Streety and his staff were selected to coach the South team in the Tex as high school allstar a former president of the Texas High School Coaches guided the Unicorns to the 5A playoffs last fall their first season in the states largest classification since Despite having the smallest enrollment of any 5A school in Region New Braunfels was the undefeated champion is District 255A in falling in the first round of the playoffs tothe same Madison team Streety is set to Bradberry said the search for a new athletic director would begin as soon as Streetys resignation becomes Its going to be tough to replace a but were going to try to find someone who can be another he In my Jim Streetys the best there Streety has turned down various job offers the last three Bradberry but Madison pre sented Streety with too good of an opportunity to pass Its North East ISOs biggest high school and they have a lot of individual so there is a lot of potential Bradberry adding Streety was happy to still be able to live in New Braunfels despite the change of The position at Madison became vacant in February when Mark Saunders resigned after a three year stint at the The Mavericks finished third in District 265A in reaching the play offs with a 571 Jim Streety Uppers knock SA into a tie for Midwest lead JL A iOS ANGELES AP David Robinson picked a bad lime for another poor showing at the Sports The Los Angeles Clippers got Robinson into early foul trouble again and Charles Smith had nine of his 21 points down the stretch as they ended San Antonios fivegame winning streak with a 9793 victory on Wed nesday The coupled with Utahs overiime win against put the Spurs and Jazz in a virtual tie for first place in the Midwest with San Antonio still ahead by six percen tage Robinson had just 14 points before fouling out with minutes rernain ng and the Spurs trailing by Tie NBAs leading rebounder has tot ed only 20 points and 12 rebounds his last two visits to the Sports 1 dont know what the story is in this building this Robinson Fouls really havent been a big NBA All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L GB xBoston 47 17 Philadelphia 34 28 12 New York 31 32 Washington 23 39 23 Miami 20 42 26 New Jersey 19 43 27 Central Division xChicago 46 15 Detroil 40 24 Milwaukee 38 26 Mania 35 28 12 Indiana 29 33 Cleveland 22 40 Charlotte 18 44 17 44 Pacific Division xPortland 46 16 xLA Lakers 45 18 Phoenix 43 19 3 Golden State 33 28 Seattle 30 32 16 LA Clippers 22 41 24 Sacramento 17 43 28 xclinched playofl berth Wednesdays Games Detroit Charlotte 83 New York 1 Philadelphia 94 Dallas Seattle 96 Chicago Milwaukee 101 Utah 11 Boston OT Phoenix Portland 1 08 LA CJippers San Antonio 93 WESTERN Games Midwest Division W L at San Antonio 40 20 at New Utah 41 21 at New Houston 37 24 at Dallas 23 38 at Orlando 21 40 Antonio at Golden Minnesota 19 41 at problem for This has been the only building that I havent even got ten into the game either time we play ed I dont think it was anything they We came out and started the game pretty but we let them get too many offensive boards in the second Of I didnt get a chance to play much in the second The game was barely 17 minutes old when held to a career low six points on 22 in the Spurs 107101 loss at the Sports got his third foul and went to the bench for the rest of the The score was tied at 51 51 at Ken Norman returned to thelineup after a fivegame absence due to a sprained ankle and scored 12 points as six Clippers scored in double Danny Manning and Ron Harper each had 17 After Robinson fouled the Spurs cut the margin to 8583 on a fastbreak layup by David Wingate with to play and tied it 72 sec onds later on a pair of free throws by Sidney They took a 9190 their first of the second with left on consecutive 20footers by ad But Mannings layup in the paint 16 seconds later put Los Angeles ahead to stay and Smith clinched it with four free throws and a blocked shot in the final 33 Willie Anderson hit his first seven scored 20 points in the first half and led the Spurs with March 1991 CHS sends 11 lifters to regionals Canyons powerlifting team will send 11 members to the Region IV meet at TulosoMidway High School in Corpus Christi on Regional berths were awarded on the basis of best lifts during the regu lar The top 10 lifters in each weight class are invited to Ten Cougars finished among the 10 best lifters in their class over the while an llth will represent Canyon as an The highestranked Cougar is Chris who is the thirdranked lif ter in the region in the 220pound weight The seniors best lifts this year have totaled Teammate Casey Kinchloe is the eightranked lifter in the with lifts of Canyon will have four lifters in the 181pound led by fifthseed Miguel Martinez who has lifted Right behind him at is Steve Hearn with Brother Michael Heam is ranked ninth at pounds and Robert Saucedo is 10th at Johnny Paniagua and Joey Crisp will represent Canyon in the 123pound Paniagua has lifts of 755 pounds and is ranked while Crisp is rated seventh at 745 Jeremy McElroy will lift for Canyon in the 148pound after his pounds ranked him sixth in the Kelly Kinkaid will serve as an alternate in the 242pound His pounds placed him 12th in the He will compete if two other lifters in his class do not make their weight limit on The top three lifters in each division on Saturday will compete at the March 30 state meet in College NB at home tonight SV opens tournament play By JOE BELK Staff Writer New Braunfels hosts Hays in a rare Thursday night while Smithson Valley opens play in its final tourna ment of the year The who evened their record at 55 with a Tuesday night 122 victory over hope to rise above when the Rebels visit Unicorn Field for a Grant Hodges pitched a sixhitter on leaving Lorenzo Saucedo as a probable starter for todays con Brian Martinez could also see time on the New Braunfels starts district play next Tuesday at home against Harlan and the Unicorns have only two nondistrict games before entering 255A Smithson which improved to 73 wiih a 219 win over Floresville on starts the Gonzales tour nament The Rangers draw a tough opening beginning the tournament against The Bulldogs beat Smithson Valley last then went on to the 3 A On Smithson Valley will find itself in either a rematch or a glimpse of the The Rangers secondround foe will be either Floresville the team Srnithson Val ley routed on Tuesday or District 264A rival The Rangers enter the tournament with their entire pitching staff avail HUNTERS QUIZ IV RULES Answer each All answers can be found in TEXAS HUNTING GUIDE 199091 available at Docs Guns and other hunting license f All responses must be sent by mail to Hunting New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Sports Drawer New Texas There will be four quizzes of five questions Answers will be published the following week your response must be in before next Answers will be judged by correctness and by earliest postmark date on the Prize is a Ruger rifle given by Docs TRUE OR FALSE Circle your answer T F The turkey tag on the hunting license that specifies Fall or Spring may not be used for either the Fall or Spring T F Turkey is a nonmigratory bird and may be shot one hour after T F In licensed hunters need a spe cial stamp to hunt T F The spring turkey season in Comal runs from April 6 to May T F Hunters may not hunt turkey from a vehicle on private SUBMITTED BY Answers to Hunters Quiz HI hides quar ter pellet owl from a Watch The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung for the announcement of the Wes Penoloza hurdles Floresville catcher Charlie Sanchez to score one of Smithson Valleys 21 runs In Tuesdays The Rangers could meet the Tigers again in the Gonzales which begins Photo by Erik Karlsson A R I E M as Matt Jason Long and Jason LaRue all should have fresh arms after several days of John Belcher went two innings against the Tigers on Tuesday before Mike Pfeiffer who has pitched in the past two games for the Rangers after never before pitching a high school in to Scoreboard Local Sports THURSDAY Baseball Hays at New Braunlels THURSDAYSATURDAY Baseball Smlthson Valley varsity ai Gon zales FRIDAY Baseball Canyon varsity at 6 Soccer Smlthson Valley var slly at San 6 Soccer Lockhart al New Braun lels 7 Clemens al Canyon SATURDAY Track and liold New Braunlels and Smimson Valley boys and girls at Kerrvll lo livy Antlui Relays NIT National Invitation Tournament AIITInwCST Flrtt Round March 13 Providence James Madison Cincinnati Ball State 55 Wisconsin Bowling Green OT Colorado Michigan 64 Southern Illinois Boise State 74 Stanluid Houston 86 March 14 Fairlelgh Dickinson 228 at Siena Fordham 247 at South Florida Coppln State 1010 at Southwest Mis souri State AlabamaBirmingham 1812 at Memphis State Rice 1613 at Arkansas State Tulsa 1811 al Oklahoma TONIGHT MARCH 14 PM STRAHAN 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