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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas April 1991 Sports New Texas Page 7 Cougars place advance to golf regionals DEL VALLE A strong finish on the back nine propelled Canyon into the Region IV tournament as the Cougars placed second in the District 264A golf tournament on which led Smithson Valley by six strokes in the battle for second place after Saturdays first shot a 332 at The Cedars course at Bcrgstrom Air Force Base to defeat the Rangers by 17 which hosted the first round and led by 31 improved to a 3Q6 on Mon day to win the district title at Canyon finished second at with Smithson Valley third at Bastrops sec ond team was fourth at with Smithson Valleys second team fifth at David Stuckey shot a 75 on Monday to pace Canyon after a 79 in the first His twoday score of 154 put him in a tie for third Results District 264A Golf Tournament Lost Bastrop and Team Scores Bastrop Canyon Smilhson Valley 352343695 Bastrop Smithson Valtey f2 Hays LocKhart 432400832 Canyon 02466448914 He finished fourth overall after losing a playoff on the second extra Other secondround scores for the Cougars on Monday were Jimmy Schanduas Trace Durhams Will Foitiks 88 and Michael Chapas Tom coach of the said Foitiks 88 was crucial to his teams second place finish after the golfer had fired a 100 in the first He came through for like I figured hed have Kosser Davids 75 was a big Stuckey was 26verpar for the day after four but played the rest of the round 1over par on the way to his He shot a 35 on the back side and a 40 on the front Durham also shot well on the back nine for the Cougars after shooting a tripleand doublebogey on the front After nine it looked like we might nave said Smithson Valley Coach Randy We made up our six but each Canyon player improved on the back nine and almost all of ours were the The Rangers were led by Blake Outlaws 82 after an 89 on Danny Boone had an 85 in the second while both David Hernandez and Justis McNeill had Mirko Parlevlict shot a 93 Smithson Valleys second team shot a 365 on Monday to place fourth Brian Oeissen paced the team with an for a two day total of Michael Preiss was three strokes behind for the tournament after a secondday Dean Braune finished with a while Matt Mann had a 95 and Greg Sla vin a Canyons second team placed eighth over all with a The team had a 448 in the final Kathy McGarity shot a 102 on Monday for a twoIay total of 227 to place fifth in the girls She trailed only four Bastrop golfers and beat everyone on Lockharts girls Kosser said although neither Canyon nor Smithson Valley took charge in the second he was pleased his team did not suc cumb to the Im just proud of all of the he Theyre a hardworking group and they deserved to go to And now once theyre anything can The Class 4A regional tournament will be played April 2324 at Willow Springs in San Morris said he was proud of his which had just one senior Hernandez arid a freshman We had high but were younger than the other two he You hate to finish out with the most important tourfta ment like but we just couldnt do it But I feel like next year we should be the dominant Reported by Tom Lablnskl Rangers take advantage of Canyon miscues in 155 win ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Smithson Valley moved into sole possession of first place Monday night by following the cardinal rule of high school baseball put the ball in The Rangers banged out 11 base hits and Canyon committed 10 errors as visiting Smithson Valley downed the Cougars 155 in a sixinning game Monday We hit the and we hit it said Ranger Coach Keith When you do good things will What happened Monday was that Smithson Valley moved into sole pos session of the District 264 A lead with a 30 record as Lockhart edged Bastrop It was the eighth win for the Rangers in their last nine while the Cougars lost their seventh in eight games and fell to 03 in district Were putting too much pressure on said Coach Ralph Beh We wanted to beat them too and we come out Ive got to do or Ive got to do and that caused us to tense Rangers just put the ball in play and we didnt make some of the plays we could Four Canyon errors in the first inning allowed the Rangers to take a 40 Wes Penaloza opened the game with a with 8 batter Fernando Moreno driving in a run with a single for Smithson Valleys only two base hits of the Five hits and three Cougar errors gave the Rangers a 100 lead after two After Brad Staats led off with a Mark Ramsey moved him to second with an infield Starting pitcher Jason LaRue drove in both baserunners with a double to then scored himself when catcher John Belcher slapped a base hit past shortstop Anthony After Matt Gawliks single put run ners on first and a wild pick off throw advance each runner two Jason Long scored Gawlik I Smithson Valleys Matt Gawlik slides into third base as Canyons Junior Rodriguez Gawlik later scored on a Jason Long triple in the Rangers 155 Photo by awaits the throw from the plate in the second inning of Monday nights game at Cougar Erik Karlsson from third with a standup triple in the gap to then scored when Jon Herring reached on an infield Smithson Valleys first error in the bottom of the third allowed the Cou gars to score two as Dionicio Torres reached on an error and moved to second on a wild With two Torres scored after Trey Daffins single was misplayed in left Daffin moved to third on the then scored on Buenos bouncing single up the The Rangers scored another unearned run in the fourth as Long drew a leadoff walk and moved to second on a He scored when Penaloza reached on an infield Canyons eighth in the first four The Cougars pushed across a pair in the bottom of the inning to cut the deficit to beginning when pitch er Bryan Arnold and Donovan Rivers Daffin lined a double down the leftfield line to score one as the Rangers called on Belcher to relieve We wanted to throw Belcher but we felt like we needed to start with We wanted John behind the plate for Brown We wanted four or five innings out of and thats what we Belcher worked out of the inning by retiring the next two but not before Rivers scored from third on a See Page 8 Matadors score in 9th to stop New Braunfels SEGU1N Seguin scored a run in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday night to hand New Braun fels a 43 loss in a District 255A baseball The loss dropped New Braun fels out of first place and into a tie for second with Harlaridale at East Central takes sole possession of first place by virtue of its 97 By falling to the Uni corns dropped their third game in their last four New Braun fels is 99 on the Grant Hodges pitched all nine innings for New Braunfels in tak ing the 62 on the allowed three Matador runs in the first inning and shut out Seguin for seven innings before allowing the run in the The Unicoras scored one run in each of the fifth and sixth Ttif Matadors picked up hits in the game and were aided by two Unicorn New Braunfels managed jusf six hits against two Seguin Mondays game was i makeup for the one that was cancelled by rain on It also marked the Baseball District 255A standings W L GB 5 1 4 2 1 422 332 243 243 243 Team East Central New Braunfels Harlandale San Marcos McCollum South San Seguin Monday East Central San Marcos 7 Seguin New Braunfels 3 9 innings Harlandale McCollum 3 8 innings Todays Games South San at East Central Harlandale at Seguin San Marcos at McCollum Gamea New Braunfels at Harlandale McCollum at South San Sequin al San MarcoB The second half of the season begins with three games with New Braunfels The Unicorns next game will be at 415 Friday at In todays 255A east Central hosts South San and Sari Marcos visits McCollum in afternoon while Seguin takes on visit ing Harlandale in anight Linescore 01Q 011 QOft4 2 mm Hodow and chnfr 9 WKlrchner Spurs subdue Warriors to stretch lead SAN ANTONIO AP Golden State is the team with the highscoring but the San Antonio Spurs wound up with the three top Sean Elliott scored 26 David Robinson had 24 and Terry Cummings chipped in 20 as the Spurs moved a game and a half ahead of Midwest Division rival Houston with a 115105 victory over the Warriors on Monday We played really San Antonio Coach Larry Brown but this is a very tired San Antonio was playing its fourth game in five The Spurs won all four Golden which lost for the second straight is still clinging to seventh place in the Western Con ference and would meet the Spurs if both teams hold their present We really cant worry about who we play in the said War riors guard Mitch who scored 16 We just have to worry about our game and be Chris Mullin led Golden State with 20 points and Tim Hardaway scored The Warriors led 8379 with remaining when San Antonio went on a 214 run with Elliott accounting for seven of the With to the Spurs led Golden State could come no closer than nine the rest of the NBA All Times 19 57 Pacific EASTERN 57 18 Atlantic Lakers 55 21 Phoenix 50 25 State 39 37 37 38 Clippers 30 45 New 21 53 clinched playoll Central division Washington Antonio Golden State Orlando 11 Denver at WESTERN at Midwest Jersey at 7 xSan York at at at State at at LA at We are playing every game as if its a playoff said Willie who scored 17 points for San But I feel we can still turn it up a Golden State turned it on get ting a dozen firstquarter points from Mullin and shooting 58 percent from the field to take a 2926 But San Antonio stormed back to tie the score at 51 at the Hardaway and Richmond finished with 55 well under their combined average of They were 23 of 45 from the I told the guys coming into the game that their big three would prob ably get about 75 Brown What we needed to do was keep their shooting percentage down and I felt we did a good job on San Antonio capitalized at the foul line getting 37 points on 90 per cent Golden State was just 13 of The Spurs also attracted their 37th sellout in 38 home breaking the club attendance Last the team drew This sea sons total is Those fans could see a rematch of Mondays WarriorsSpurs game in the I really would like to play Golden State in the first round because that would mean we had home Brown Sonlcs Nuggets 112 Seattle swept the season series from Denver 40 and moved within one win of clinching the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Shawn Kemp scored five in a 192 run as the Sonics erased a 10197 Denver lead early in the fourth Rickey Eddie Johnson and Benoit Benjamin led the Sonics with 19 points Hawks Bullets 94 At the Hawks handed Washington its fifth straight road loss and 13th in 14 Duane Ferrell had a careerhigh 20 points for the who were led by Atlantas Dominique Wilkins with 29 Jazz Magic 95 At Salt Lake Karl Malone scored 15 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter and Jeff Malone added 20 points for which is two games behind San The Jazz led 7873 heading into the fourth then the Malones combined for 23 points in the
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