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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports Page 8A April 1991 Rangers continue pound Bastrop ByTOMLABINSKI Editor That Smithson Valley is undefeated when it scores 10 or more runs per game is not What is becoming almost unbelievable is that the Rangers have managed that feat eight including six times in the last seven The latest offensive display came Tuesday night at Ran ger as Smithson Valley pounded Bastrop 133 in a fiveinning Up and down the were hitting the ball and hit ting it said Coach Keith Better he the 40 Rangers are attacking pitches with the rather than waiting for the pitch to find a certain That aggressiveness was displayed in the first as lefthander Matt Gawlik reached across the plate with his bat for an outside and sent it screaming down the leftfield line for a double that drove in the games two first two Weve been doing that pretty much all but lately its been starting to really come Brown Gawlik raised his season record to 60 with a three He walked five three of whom but his 10 strikeouts helped keep the Bears from mounting any other serious scoring He walked two batters in each of the first two innings before settling He was kind of all over the place iti the first But he had gone 170 pitches in his last and I know he was Dont warm up so Brown Jason Longs RBI double in the bottom of the fifth ended the game on the 10run with Gawlik throwing just 97 the first finished the game with three of Smithson Valleys seven Catch John Belcher scored four times despite not having an official plate appearance he was hit by pitches twice and walked twice and Gawlik went 2for3 with three Bastrop Ditchers Frank Anzures and Adrian Castilleja combined r eight six wild pitches and two hit bat as the Bears fell into a tic for third place in District We did a good job of taking advantage of their mis Thats what I was really pleased with Brown Smithson Valley jumped out to a 20 advantage after Wes Pcnaloza led off the first with a single and Belcher was bcancd by Gawlik scored both runners when he leaned across the plate to hit his oppositefield The Bears tied the game with a tworun second after Gawlik had walked the first two He ended up strik ing out trie but not before an error in the outfield on an Anzures fly ball allowrd both runners to Long opened the bottom of the inning for Smithson Val ley with a then Fernando Moreno drew a base on Jon Herring reached on a throwing error after laying down a bunt to load the then Long beat the throw home to the plate when Brad Staats hit a grounder to Moreno later scored from third on Penalozas sacrifice The Rangers added three runs in the third without the benefit of a base as the bases were loaded on a hit bat a walk and an infield All three runner crossed the plate after wild Castilleja walked the first three batters he faced in the then Gawlik drove in a run with a single to Jason LaRuc scored on the play when catcher Jason Mous Soe RANG Page 9A Trail Blazers snap Houstons streak Canyons Johnny Schaas slides safely across home plate for one of three Cougar runs in the second Clemens rallied for three runs in the as the Buffaloes won the battle between District 264As two winless Photo by Erik Karlsson es the Cougars Two hits and two Canyon errors in the seventh inning Tuesday night allowed Schertz Clemens to rally for a 54 victory over Canyon at Cougar With the threerun the Buffaloes earned their first District 264A Canyon dropped to Despite losing their third consecutive game and eighth out of their last the Cougars are show ing improvement as the season said Coach Ralph not far from Right now hitting isihe biggest We had people on bases but we couldnt get them he 1 Canyon managed just three hits off the Buffa who also committed three The loss also spoiled the debut of Rodger who made his first appearance as Canyons starting He allowed Clemens six two of which were bunt He has good velocity and a good He doesnt have complete control of his but he pitched a good Behrend The Buffalo rally began in the seventh inning on an infield then the team picked up two base one a triple by Damn The Cougars scored three runs in the second without a base Clemens had a few errors in mat We were just able to put the ball in play and score a few Behrend 712 on the will conclude the first half of district play at 7 Friday in Reported by Tom Ublnsld Linescore Clemens 001 010 6 3 Canyon 030 3 Johnson and Hoffman Schaas 7 and Daflin Maclt W By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For most of the NBA the Portland Trail Blazers have been the frontrunners in the Western the Los Angeles Lakers chal lenged that then fell The latest pretenders were the Houston winners of 17 of 18 games and labeled by many as the Team No One Wants to Meet in the On Tuesday the Trail Blazers answered the challenge in stretching their winning streak to 11 games with a 10393 victory over the There was a lot of said Clyde who scored 11 of his 26 points in Portlands thirdquarter turnaround that was aided by two of the three technicals called on the When guys play thats going to whose 295 record since 22 made them contenders in the Midwest had their fivc game winning streak Portland took an 8375 lead into the fourth Portland increased its lead to 9178 with remaining in the game and the Rockets never got closer than seven points Vcmon Maxwell led the Rockets with 26 Kenny Smith had 17 points and 14 Bulls Knlcks 106 Chicago blew a 13point lead in the fourth quarter and barely avoided its third consecutive defeat at Chicago John Paxson broke a 106106 tic with an 18footer with 22 seconds while Michael Jordan scored 28 points and Scoltie Pippcri 27 for the Will Perdue gave the Bulls their biggest with left in the fourth But the Knicks responded with a 123 run that closed the gap to 9995 with Patrick Ewing had 21 points and 13 rebounds for New Bucks Pistons 95 Jay Humphries scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half as the Bucks survived 42 points from who hit 11 of 13 second half shots and was 19 of 24 for the game in matching his career scoring He had 20 points in the third Adrian Dantley scored eight points in a 125 run thai gave the Bucks a 8978 lead with eight minutes to Suns Warriors 106 Jeff Hornacek scored a seasonhigh 31 points and rookie Ncgelc Knight a seasonhigh Hornacek hit three jumpers and two free throws in a 140 run that put the Suns ahead to stay at 2110 with remaining in the first Kings Mavericks 104 Rookie Lionel Simmons scored 35 points as Sacramento clinched a win ning record at Rookie Duanc who fin ished with 14 points and 12 had 13 points and eight rebounds in the third period as Sacramento expanded a 3point halftimc lead to Antoinc Carr scored 21 points for the Magic Clippers 100 Scott Skilcs scored 31 Otis Smith 26 and Jerry Reynolds 21 for the Hawks Cavaliers 98 Dominique Wilkins scored 25 points against Cleveland as Atlanta ended a sixgame road losing Pacers Hornets 120 Indiana never led in the second half until Reggie Millers 20footcr with seconds Wolves Nets 89 Minnesota extended New Jerseys road losing streak to 19 as Tony Campbell scored 24 points and reserve center Felton Spencer had 17 13 rebounds and 5 Sportsworld reports Day suspended a year if AP A Little Rock news says the stepfather of basketball star Todd Day has acknowledged that hi son has been suspended from the University of Arkansas team for one apparently foi participating in a sexual incident in an athletic Fhe Arkansas Democrat reported in Wednesdays edi tions that Days stepfather Ted Anderson Todd wont even be able to be eligible for a 4n a telephone interview with the aiaaskctball coach a Hamilton High School in said the punishment of the four players involved in the 27 incident was unfairly On university official announced that a studentfaculty board had taken disciplinary action against the lour basketball but refused to make the action public Officials said federal law prohibits talking about disciplinary even in ft 34yearold Springdale woman who said she was sex ually assaulted 27 in the schools athletic dorm impli cated four members of the The players admitted having sex with the woman but said she Police sakl the woman was legally drunk Tech promotes Dickey to head coach AP James an assistant basket ball coach at Texas named the schools llth hpati coach replacing Gerald who agreed to down after years and four consecutive losing Unicorn golfers tee up at district Tech Athletic Director Jones announced Dick hiring at a conference on 1ni exciieu ai this time to introduce Coach James Jones This is an appointment that has the support oi UK president and board of This K another happy clay for Texas Tech 1 am enthusiastic ano anxious to Dickey said For thost of you who have And for those o you who buy them because the Lubbock Coliseum u going to be a special place to be next came to Tech as aij assistant under last year after spending eighi years as an assistant under Eddie Suit on at Arkansas and He sewed under Sutton at Arkansas from 198185 and then moved to Kentucky as Sutton x top assistant from Shoemaker facing partial paralysis AP Willie who enjoyed a relatively injuryfree career as the winningest jockey in horse racing now faces partial paralysis after an auto Shoemaker suffered severe the most critical of which is paralysis of his extremities associated with a fracture and dislocation of his Shoemakers said in a statement It was not immediately known whether the former rider is in jeopardy of permanent The 59yearold jockeyturned trainer was alone Mon day when the fourwheel drive vehicle he was driving overturned and tumbled down a 50foot embankment near suburban San about 30 miles from downtown Los Shoemaker was arrested on suspicion of drunken driv Results of a bloodalcohol test wont be available for about two the Highway Patrol Shoemaker was listed in serious condition at Ceniinela Hospital Medical known for expertise in sports medicine and orthopedic Every jockeys greatest fear is being in a spill and being permanently said Dan who co wrote Shoemakers 1975 The Minosos contract blocked by league MIAMI AP Minnie Minosos bid 10 pla profes sional baseball in a sixth decade was whef hi is contract with iht Miami Miracle of Siaic league was rejected by the comnrmxionci s The 68yearold who lasi playtxs ir i980 when he appeared in two games the What had been working out at the Whin Sox spring training complex in He was scheduled to appear as designated hiue or pinchhitter in Saturday flights game between Miami the Fort Yankees By TOM LABINSKI Spotts Editor The District 255 A golf tournament begins on Thursday in and New Braunfcls is hoping that event is just a warmup for bigger things to The five seniors arc hoping to get back to the state tournament for the third time in the last four We shouldnt have too much trou ble at the district said Coach Cliff We just want to go take care of business and get ready for 1 really dont think theres any way we could not get one of the top two The top two teams and top two individuals advance to the Region IV tournament in San Antonio on April New Braunfels has had little trou ble collecting hardware so far this sea The team has played in seven tournaments and won while also placing second once and tying for third another The team ii led by two golfers who have all four seasons on the Unicorns varsity Ruslin Adams and Pax ion Deiek Anderson and Jell Donow have three years of experience on the while Kiley Hard is in his second year on the uain 11 we play om we should be able to We just dont want to lost oar composure or do something and get Wilkins said New Braunfels will also have tlirec New Oraunfols golf team features five including Derek Photo by Tom lablnski medalists playing senior Nathan Lynch and freshman Brent Powell in the boys and senior Podiuski in the girls Thursdays first round will begin with the girls division at 8 at Starcke The boys will tee off at The second and final round will be played Friday at the Chaparral ountry also in Seguin Both host Seguin urul San Mai LOS should enter two whittliau Central will field one South San may have a few individual adding he did not expect Mc lum or Harlaiulale to ciaer ihi tournament   

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