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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 10 New Texas April 1991 Simmonds Continued from Page 9 Ive played football with Corky and hes obviously a great Im just thankful for being given the Simmonds I wouldnt say that I expected but I certainly felt like the board was truly committed to keeping what was going on and that sort of Simmonds said he was concerned the 1991 football team would have floundered with a wholesale coaching I think this team in particular had to have Weve got some kids on here that have at times struggled to get the things done and weve stayed with them and theyve stayed with Right theyre ready to he If there would have been a I think there would have been some I really But these kids arc They arc ready to play with in our system and they arc going to do Now that he is the Unicorns athle tic Simmonds said nothing would make him and his happier than staying We want to retire We dont want to go anywhere we dont want another he We want to stay right here until I New Braunfels first baseman Joe Faulkner awaits a pickoff throw from pitcher Grant Hodges as a San Marcos baserunner dives back towards the bag in Tuesday nights Unicorn New Braunfels and Smithson Valley both face crucial district games Photo by Erik Karlsson For Any Critical games highlight baseball schedule From Save From From Save ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Comal Countys three high school baseball teams will all be involved in critical games tonight as the district races enter their final two In the only outoftown game among the New Braunfels visits South San at in a matchup of the two preseason Both teams are scrambling to stay alive in the title with the Uni corns tied for second place and South San in After starting 255A play with a 30 New Braunfels dropped three of its next five district The team is coming off Tuesday nights eightinning victory over San as Grant Hodges raised his to 72 on the The Uni 1010 on the Lorenzo coming off a 20 loss to Harlandale last is the scheduled pitcher for tonights Although the seniors record fell to 15 with the Saucedo pitched a In the first meeting between New Braunfels and South the Uni corns rallied from a 61 deficit to take a 106 banging out 16 hits in the New Braunfels bats have cooled in the last three howev as the team had just 17 hits in its last three games The Bobcats raised their record to 45 on Tuesday night by downing Seguin South San has won three Baseball District 255A Standings Team W L GB Harlandale 62 East Central 5 3 1 NewBraunlels 5 3 1 McCollum 5 4 South San 4 5 San Marcos 3 6 Seguin 2 7 Tuesdays Games McCollum East Central 1 South San Seguin 1 New Braunlels San Marcos innings Todays Games New Braunfels at South San Seguin at East Central Harlandale at San Marcos District 264A Standings Team W L GB Smilhson Valley 42 Bastrop 4 2 Hays 42 Lockhart 42 Clemens 242 Canyon 064 Tuesdays Games Bastrop Canyon 4 Lockhart Clemens 8 Hays Smithson Valley 3 Todays Games Lockhart at Smithson Valley Hays at Canyon Bastrop at Clemens of its last four Harlandale enjoys a halfgame lead over both New Braunfels and East and will visit 27 San Marcos The third 255A game pits Seguin at East Central in an afternoon Smithson Valleys twogame los ing streak has created a fourway tie for first place in the District 264A race with four games left to The Hays and Lockhart are all with Smithson Galley hosting the Lions in a key matchup The 7 contest is the only dis trict game involving two of the co The Rangers won the first game in Lockhart 108 after holding a 102 lead going into the bottom of the Jason LaRue and Wes Penaloza both homered in the game for Smith son The Rangers dropped a 43 deci sion at Hays on Tuesday after losing its first district game at Schertz Cle mens last Smithson Valley Coach Keith Brown said his squad bounced back from a sloppy effort last Friday and played well against the Rebels before becoming the 11th vic tim of Hays ace Trevor On the the Rangers are who leads the San Antonio area with a batting is the expected pitcher for tonights LaRue was the losing pitcher against Clemens to drop to 32 for the With an 06 the Canyon Cougars are out of the playoff but they can still determine who will advance to postseason The Cougars host Hays today in a 7 game and are looking to pick up their second victory in their last 12 games against the playoffminded Hays took a 102 victory in the first meeting with Canyon in Mountain as Trevor Capones pitched a Despite improving play by the defense and pitchers Bryan Arnold and Johnny the Cougar offense has accounted for just 17 hits in the last four Canyons last win was an 116 vic tory over Randolph on March That decision snapped a fivegame losing streak that dated back to March The Cougars are currently 714 on the In tonights third 264A 42 Bastrop visits 24 Grass Catchers Optional A superior line of walk riders and tractors to meet the specific needs of your D 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New Englands top pick in Sundays NFL The Patriots had been considering trade offers from the Cowboys and but Dallas owner Jerry Jones told The Associated Press Thursday night thai Dallas had no plans to acquire the 1 We came but theres no Jones Cowboys Coach Jimmy Johnson said he and Jones discussed the possi bility of making a trade with New England on Johnson said he and Jones decided to slick to cer tain restrictions throughout any But the Patriots demanded players that the Cowboys didnt feel they could afford to give Johnson He did not name the Ken Atlantas vice president for player wasnt about to be I am not going to be forced into Foreman making a deal that I dont have to he This isnt a life or death thing for our Sam the Patriots chief executive said he expected pressure to build to complete a deal so the other team would have lime lo iry to sign Ismail before the draft sums at 11 Although the situation can Jankovich the Patriots prefer to trade the first Their ncxi choice would be to lake he and the least likely option would be 10 make anolhcr player the top which has the third and 13th was the first team to express serious interest in positioning itself for a shot at ihe wide receiver and kick rciurncr who is for going his senior season at Notre But which has the 12ih and 14ih caught the Pat riots intcrcsi wilh a new proposal Jankovich Any trade also could involve current NFL said Joe the Patriots vice president of player Jankovich and Mendcs said the cur reni offers could Asked if he would be satisfied not gelling a pick in the lop Jankovich Theres a noticeable but still youre in a position to get yourself some very good football Jankovich said two other teams continue to have lesser interest than Atlanta and MBMORIAI New Texas 4th Annual 1991 TODDLER RUN Saturday May Continued from Page 9 weight ranks has seen since Ken He laughs at Foremans He thanks Foreman for making such a payday He even shows respect for his something predecessors Tyson and Buster Dou glas didnt George deserves his Holyficld Hes done something other fighters the way hes CQmc But docs the 1984 Olympian a con troversial bronze medal and onetime cruiscrwciglu feel he gels his due Respect is something you have lo and it will come if you do the tilings you arc capable of Holyficld I cant control what people think or say about But I can do what Im capable of he is continue holding the bell he easily took from Douglas last Ill be ready lor Holy field and nobody disputes I take anylxxly serious because any body can beat you in that Bui if 1 go into ihc figlu in shajx and give ii my Im not Date And Location May pickup and Race Day registration 8 Races will be held on the McKenna Hospital grounds at Garza The race distance will be 10 yards 1024 months and 20 yards 2536 Tshirt And Packet Pickup Information All participants must be at race site at 8 on the day of the race for Race Day and assignment of race Races will begin at Entry Registration Mail completed official entry form below and check to McKenna Memorial Hospital Toddler Run Administration 143 Garza New Texas 78130 Bring your childs entry form and payment to the Administration Offices at McKenna between 9 and noon befoe April Entry Deadline Entry fee accepted on or before April No late All proceeds will go to McKenna Memorial Hospitals Health Professions Scholarship For more please call 6259111 190 or 194 10 or Age Division monthRed Group monthBlue Group monthGreen Group monthYellow Group monthPink Group McKenna Memorial The New Braunfels HEB and KGNB Radio Entry Form Chflds Last Name Childs First Name Address Area Code Work Phone City Area Code Middle Initial State Home Phone Please indicate childs Tshirt size D24 D 6 8 D 10 12 Tshirts are 50 cotton 50 polyester Waiver Of Claim In consideration of acceptance of this I waive and release any and all claims for my agents and my heirs against McKenna Memorial Hospital and officials and sponsors of the 1991 Toddler Run for any injury or illness which may directly or indirectly result from my or my childs participation in this I certify that my child is in good physical condition and fully capable to participate in this Entrants childs name Childs Parents or Legal Guardians THIS ENTRY IS INVALID UNLESS SIGNED BY THE PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN OF THE RACE PARTICIPANT   

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