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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas SportsPage 8    Herald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas     Thursday,    Mardi    14,    1991 Local Sports THURSDAY 7130 p rn — b<tM*Oul> Hays al New bt dun twit varsity THURSDAY SATURDAY Baseball Snntison Valley varsity ml Goo /albs tournament FRIDAY 4 16pm - Baseball Canyon varsity ar Randolph Sp rn Soccer Smillison Valley JV, varsity at San Marcos 6 p rn — Soccer Lockhart at Near Braun leis JV. varsity 7 p in — Soccer Clemens al Canyon varsity SATURDAY Tra'Jt and trek! Canyon. Near Braunfels and BfuMwon Valley boys and girts at Kenvil ie I ivy Anltei Relays NIT National Invitation Tournamant All limas CST First Round Wadnssday, March 13 Providence 96. James Madison 93.20T Cincinnati 62, Ball State 55 Wisconsin 87. Bowing Green 79. OT Colorado 71. Michigan 64 Southern Illinois 75, Boise State 74 Stanford GT Houston 86 Streety resigning , Unicom AD to take over at Madison By TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor After a 17-year career which saw the New Braunfels Unicorns become recognized as a state power in football, Jim Streety will accept the position of athletic director and head football coach at San Antonio Madison High School tonight. “His resignation is not official yet, but he verbally told me on Monday of his intentions to resign,” said New Braunfels ISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry. Streety declined to comment on either his resignation or his new position until after today’s 7 p.m. meeting of the North East School District’s board of trustees. His hiring is expected to be approved at that time. After serving as an assistant coach for the Unicorns for seven years, Streety was named athletic director and head coach on March 12,1974. Under Streety, New Braunfels advanced to the state playoffs eight times and compiled a 149-44-2 record. The Unicorns reached the 'It's going to be tough to replace a legend/ Charles Bradberry, NBISD superintendent Class 4A state semifinals in 1982, 1983, 1985 and 1986. New Braunfels was the winningest 4A team in the state during the 1980s, as the Unicorns won 99 games. In 1988, Streety and his staff were selected to coach the South team in the Texas high school all-star game. Streety, a former president of die Texas High School Coaches Association, guided the Unicorns to the 5A playoffs last fall — their first season in the state’s largest classification since 1975 Despite having the smallest enrollment of any 5A school in Region IV, New Braunfels was the undefeated champion is District 25-5A in 1990, falling in the first round of the playoffs to the same Madison tc&m Streety is set to inherit. Bradberry said the search for a new athletic director would begin as soon as Strecty’s resignation becomes official. “It’s going to be tough to replace a legend, but we’re going to try to find someone who can be another legend,” he said. “In my opinion, Jim Streety’s the best there is.” Streety has turned down various job offers the last three years, Bradberry said, but Madison presented Streety with too good of an opportunity to pass up. “It’s (North East ISD’s) biggest high school and they have a lot of individual talent, so there is a lot of potential there,” Bradberry said, adding Streety was happy to still be able to live in New Braunfels despite the change of jobs. The position at Madison became vacant in February when Mark Saunders resigned after a three-year stint at the school. The Mavericks finished third in District 26-5 A in 1990, reaching the playoffs with a 5-7-1 record. Scoreboard $11.00 & $9.00 SPECIAL VIP SEATING AVAILABLE Thursday, March 14 Fairloigh Dickinson (224) at Siena (23 9). 6 30p rn Fordham (24 7) at South Florida (1*10). 6:30pm Coppin State (19 10) at Southwest MIS sour! State (21-11), 7 05 p m Alabama Birmingham (18 12) al Memphis State (16 14), 7:30p.m Rice (16 13) at Arkansas State (21 6). I 30p rn Tulsa (18 ll) al Oklatioma (16 14). 7 30 Tickets on Sale at the Strahan Coliseum Box Office. CHARGE TICKETS BY PHONE on VISA or MC CALL (512) 245*2272 (Service Charges May Apply) Jim StreetyCHS sends 11 lifters to regionals Address: Telephone:_j Answers to Hunter's Quiz III: I.    antlers, hides; II. quar-    J ter, III. pellet; IV. hawk, owl; V. from a roost. Watch The New Braunfels    Herald-Zeitung    for    the    I announcement of the winner.    I I_____________________________-J r I HUNTER’S QUIZ IV 20-footers by Anderson. id Green. But Manning’s spinning 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 seconds. Willie Anderson hit his first seven shots, scored 20 points in the first half and led the Spurs with 27. lippers knock SA into a tie for Midwest lead COS ANGELES (AP) — David Robinson picked a bad time for another poor showing at the Sports Arena. The Los Angeles Clippers got Robinson into early loul trouble again and Charles Smith had nine of his 21 points down the stretch as they ended San Antonio’s fivc-gamc winning streak with a 97-93 victory on Wednesday night. The defeat, coupled with Utah’s overtime win against Boston, put the Spurs and Jazz in a virtual tie for first place in the Midwest Division, with San Antonio still ahead by six percentage points. Robinson had just 14 points before fouling out with 6'/j minutes rcmain-ng and the Spurs trailing by seven. he NBA’s leading reboundcr has tot’d only 20 points and 12 rebounds his last two visits lo the Sports ena. “I don’t know what the story is in this building this year,’’ Robinson said “Fouls really haven’t been a big NBA All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct. GB x Boston 47 17 734 — Philadelphia 34 28 548 12 New York 31 32 492 15% Washington 23 39 371 23 Miami 20 42 323 26 New Jeisey 19 43 306 27 Central Division x Chicago 46 15 754 — Detroit 40 24 625 7% Milwaukee 38 26 594 9% Atlanta 35 28 556 12 Indiana 29 33 468 17% Cleveland 22 40 355 24% Charlotte 18 44 290 28% WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pct. GB San Antonio 40 20 667 — Utah 41 21 661 — Houston 37 24 607 3% Dallas 23 38 377 17% Orlando 21 40 344 19% Minnesota 19 41 317 21 Denver Pacific Division 17 44 .279 23% x-Portland 46 16 742 — x-LA Lakers 45 18 714 1% Phoenix 43 19 694 3 Golden State 33 28 541 12% Seattle 30 32 484 16 LA Clippers 22 41 349 24% Sacramento 17 x-clinched playoff berth Wednesday s Gamas 43 283 28 Detroit 94. Charlotte 83 New York 102. Philadelphia 94 Dallas 98. Seattle 96 Chicago 102, Milwaukee 101 Utah 112. Boston 109. OT Phoenix 116. Portland 108 LA Clippers 97, San Antonio 93 Today's Gamas Milwaukee at Cleveland. 6 30 p m Detroit at New Jersey. 6 30 p rn Miami at New York.6:30p rn Orlando at Houston, 7:30 p rn Minnesota at Denver. 8 30p rn San Antonio at Golden State. 9 30 p m Indiana at Saciamento. 9 30 p rn problem for mc. This has been the only building that I haven’t even gotten into the game either time we play ed here. “I don’t think it was anything they did. We came out and started the game pretty strong, but we let them get too many offensive boards in the second quarter. Of course, I didn’t get a chance to play much in the second quarter.” The game was barely 17 minutes old when Robinson, held to a career-low six points on Feb. 22 in the Spurs’ 107-101 loss at the Sports Arena, got his third foul and went to the bench for the rest of the half. The score was lied at 51-51 at halftime. Ken Norman relumed to the lineup after a five-game absence due to a sprained ankle and scored 12 points as six Clippers scored in double figures. Danny Manning and Ron Harper each had 17 points. After Robinson fouled out, the Spurs cut the margin to 85-83 on a fast-break layup by David Wingate with 4:23 to play and tied it 72 seconds later on a pair of free throws by Sidney Green. They took a 91-90 lead, their first of the second half, with 1:38 left on consecutive RULES: 1. Answer each question. (All answers can be found in TEXAS HUNTING GUIDE 1990-91 available at Doc's Guns and other hunting license stations.)    ' 2. All responses must be sent by mail to Hunting Contest, c/o New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sports Editor, P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78130-1328. 3. There will be four quizzes of five questions each. 4. Answers will be published the following week — your response must be in before next Thursday. 5. Answers will be judged by correctness and by earliest postmark date on the envelope. 6. Prize is a Ruger 10/22 rifle given by Doc’s Guns. TRUE OR FALSE Circle your answer T    F    I.    The turkey tag on the hunting license that specifies “Fall or Spring” may not be used for either the Fall or Spring season. T    F    II.    Turkey is a non-migratory bird and may be shot one hour after sunset. T    F    III.    In Texas, licensed hunters need a spe cial stamp to hunt turkeys. T    F    IV.    The spring turkey season in Comal Co. runs from April 6 to May 5. I    F    V.    Hunters may not hunt turkey from a vehicle on private land. SUBMITTED BY: Name:__ NB at home tonight; SY opens tournament play Canyon’s powerlifting team will send ll members to the Region IV meet at Tuloso-Midway High School in Corpus Christi on Saturday. Regional berths were awarded on the basis of best lifts during the regular season. The top IO lifters in each weight class are invited to regionals. Ten Cougars finished among the IO best lifters in their class over the year, while an lith will represent Canyon as an alternate. The highest-ranked Cougar is Chris Steubing, who is the third-ranked lifter in the region in the 220-pound weight class. The senior’s best lifts this year have totaled 1,270 pounds. Teammate Casey Kinchloe is the eight-ranked lifter in the division, with lifts of 1, 180 pounds. Canyon will have four lifters in the 181-pound class, led by fifth-seed Miguel Martinez who has lifted 1,155 pounds. Right behind him at #6 is Steve Heam with 1,130 pounds. Brother Michael Heam is ranked ninth at 1,095 pounds and Robert Sauccdo is 10th at 1,065 pounds. Johnny Paniagua and Joey Crisp v/ill represent Canyon in the 123-pound division. Paniagua has lifts of 755 pounds and is ranked sixth, while Crisp is rated seventh at 745 pounds. Jeremy McElroy will lift for Canyon in the 148-pound category, after his 1,080 pounds ranked him sixth in the division. Kelly Kinkaid will serve as an alternate in the 242-pound class. His 1,080 pounds placed him 12th in the division. He will compete if two other lifters in his class do not make their weight limit on Saturday. The lop three lifters in each division on Saturday will compete at the March 30 state meet in College Station. By JOE BELK Start Writer New Braunfels hosLs Hays in a rare Thursday night game, while Smithson Valley opens play in its final tournament of the year today. The Unicorns, who evened their record at 5-5 with a Tuesday night 12-2 victory over Clemens, hope to rise above .500 when the Rebels visit Unicom Field for a 7:30 p.rn game Grant Hodges pitched a six-hitter on Tuesday, leaving Lorenzo Saucedo as a probable starter for today’s contest. Brian Martinez could also see time on the mound. New Braunfels starts district play next Tuesday at home against Harlan-dale, and the Unicorns have only two non-district games bcfwe entering 25-5A action Smithson Valley, which improved to 7-3 with a 21 -9 win over Floresville on I uesday, starts the Gonzales tour nameni today. The Rangers draw a tough opening opponent, beginning the tournament against Yoakum. The Bulldogs beat Smithson Valley last season, then went on to the 3A playoffs. On Friday, Smithson Valley will find itself in either a rematch or a glimpse of the future The Rangers’ second-round foe will be either Floresville — the team Smithson Valley routed on Tuesday — or District 26-4A rival I-ockhart The Rangers enter die tournament with their enure pitching staff avajl- Wes Penoioza hurdles Floresville catcher Charlie Sanchez to score one of Smithson Valley’s 21 runs in Tuesday’s game. The Rangers could meet the Tigers again in the Gonzales tournament, which begins today (Photo by Erik Karlsson) able, as Matt Gawlik, Jason Long and    John Belcher went two innings    the past two games for the Rangers Jason IjiRue all should have fresh    against the Tigers on Tuesday before    after never before pitching a high amis after several days of rest.    Mike    Pfeiffer    —    who has pitched in school game — came in to relieve. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 7:30 PM STRAHAN COLISEUM ;

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