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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 8A Sports New Texas May 1991 With the the bat and a catchers mask all flying in the New Braunfels1 Greg Over turf goes after a foul ball in the second inning of Tuesday nights game at Unicorn Seguins Chris Rogers was out on the play as his bunt was fouled off for the third Photo by Erik Karlsson NB wins at home and in San Marcos ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor While New Braunfels Lorenzo Saucedo was busy pitching his second consecutive three hitter in four 20 miles 10 the north San Marcos was busy earning its way onto the Uni corns Christmas card The combination of New Braunfels 51 vic tory over Seguin and San Marcos 95 upset win over East Central clinched a playoff berth for the Unicorns as the runnerup in District We get to go one more Thats said Coach Peter Its good just to be in the New Braunfels will be making its fourth con seculive appearance in the and will play District 265A champion MacArthur in the bidistrict Details of the game or series are being worked out The Unicorns finished 255A play with an 84 with East Central which swept its two games with the Unicorns winding up third at In another upset in a district game on Tuesday firstplace Harlandale lost to McCollum to finish just a game ahead of New If we had won last Tuesday against East we wouldnt have had to win tonight just to have a chance at getting and we could have been tied for the district Garza who pitched a threehit victory at McCollum on Friday raised his record to 45 with the victory Tuesday He wasnt as sharp as he was on but then he only had three days of and that makes a lot of Garza If we had thrown just one pilcher a bunch like a lot of schools he might have been Of by this tune of the year hed be pretty The lefthander struck out eight and walked and allowed only an unearned run in the fourth He kept everything out in front of him and didnt get into a lot of He also did a good job defensively of covering his Garza The Unicorns scored four runs in the second inning on two Seguin errors and four base hits off Matador starter Matt who had tossed a threehitter himself in a 43 nineinning victory over New Braunfels on April One thing that helped us was that they threw Pickleman at us Garza The kids were excited about that because they felt like they should have hit him the first Pickleman exited before the second inning had and although reliever Kris Kirchner allowed just three more hits in the final 4M the damage had been New Braunfels scored its first run in the open ing inning as Brian Martinez doubled to the rightfield corner and scored on Joe Faulkners single to Wes Schriewer led off the fourrun second inning with a single to straightaway center and then stole Raoul Romero hit a oneout infield single to advance the then Schriewer scored on Martinez bunt Designated hitter Grant Hodges drew a base on balls to load the bases before Romero scored when Faulkner reached on an infield Greg Overturf collected two RBIs with a twohop See Page 10A Lockhart downs the Cougars to clinch a playoff berth Lockhart clinched a share of first place and a playoff berth Tuesday night with an 112 triumph over host The Lions finished in a tie with Hays atop the 264A standings with a but will represent the dis tricj as the runnersup because they lost both games to Hays this Lockhart will meet Austin Travis in toe first round of the while theRebcls will face Austin Canyon finished its season with a 9J6 The Cougars were 28 in district Wheeler raised his record to 91 for Lockhart with the win on Tuesday by pitching a He basically just kept the ball in said Canyon Coach Ralph Beh He threw strikes and didnt walk a and that was the He didnt strike out but Lockhart knocked starting pitcher Bryan Arnold off the mound in the second inning after building a 50 The Cougars pushed across a run in the beginning when Dionicio Torres singled and advanced to sec ond on an error in center He scored on a Junior Rodriguez The Lions scored three runs off reliever Trey Daffin in the fourth and three more in the sixth before Rodger Mack pitched out of a jam to end the Canyon scored its final run of the season in the on Macks run scoring Anthony who reached on an crossed the plate on Macks The Lions recorded 10 base hits and drew 10 walks in the Lockhart just hit the ball well and played Behrend We nev er really had much The Cougars finished the season with five seniors Donovan Chris Michael Rodriguez and Arnold but Behrend said he was pleased with his teams improvement at the end of the San Antonio hoping Saturdays loss serves as a wakeup call for the team We got good pitching from John ny and Rodger pitched well the last few The pitching s but were going to have to hit the ball he Canyon lost 10 of 11 games in the middle of the season after starting the year with a 64 The Cougars finished the campaign by winning two of their last four Behrend pointed to the Cougars 139 victory on Friday over Schertz Clemens as to what the team could accomplish when it was more selec ti ve at the We were more disciplined and and that helped us When New Model Handgun in stock at Docs were we hit the he In the Clemens we wanted to play well and we did play Reported by Tom Lablnskl Linescore Lockhart 140 303 10 0 Canyon 001 001 6 2 Wheeler and Cardenas Dadflin Mack 6 and Dai fin WWheeler SV but misses playoffs Smithson Valley earned its 16th victory of the year Tuesday but it wasnt enough to help the Rangers prolong their Despite a 92 victory over Schertz Smithson Valley was elimi nated from the playoffs when Lock hart defeated Canyon With the win over the Lockhart fin ished in a tie with Hays for first place in District 264A title with 73 Hays wins the district champ ionship by virtue of having swept the Lions in their season The Rangers finish in a tie for third place with Bastrop at The guys tried as hard as they pos sibly said Smithson Valley Coach Keith who added he was nervous his team would not be able to recover mentally from a nineinning loss in Bastrop on Friday which put the Rangers on the verge of It was a real letdown after that but the kids came back and practiced hard on Monday and played hard That says a lot for the he Smithson Valley began Tuesdays game in a shaky committing two errors in the first inning as Cle mens took a 20 But the Rangers came back in the bottom half of the first for three two of which came on pitcher Matt Gawliks tworun his third of the Smithson Valleys two Fernando Moreno and John both hit solo home runs as the Ran gers padded their Moreno hit his in the second inning to give Smithson Valley a 42 then Belcher hit his roundtripper in the fifth to put the Rangers on top at Buffaloes pitcher Mike who was the winner in Clemens 74 victory over Smithson Valley in was knocked out of the game in the third In the Rangers had nine base but walks also hurt the Every time they walked some wed make them Brown When we got a took advantage of Gawlik pitched a twohitler in rais ing his record to 81 on the His curveball looked better than it has the last couple of He had good velocity on his Brown Gawlik finished the game by retir ing 17 of the last 19 batters he He got in a groove and hit all of his Brown The Buffaloes offense can not be taken he despite the teams lastplace Their first four Mark David Sean Alvarez and Sledge are just as good as anybody elses top four he They can be a dangerous Although the Rangers failed to earn their first playoff berth since moving Page 10A AP San Antonio Spurs are a division champion in the NBA playoffs danger they lose tonight to the Golden State a team thjtt finished barely over in the regular the Spurs will find themselves fighting for survival in Game 4 of pie firstround series Friday Both games are on theWarriors home I think the Saturday game was an awakening for San Antonio forward Sean looking back at what he saw of the Spurs 11198 loss in Game 2 that evened the bestof5 Western Conference Elliott missed the second half of Game 2 after suffering a broken but hes expected to start If the learns split the two Oakland theyll play the deciding game in San Antonio on The Warriors made lie Spurs what they Midwest Division by knocking off Utah on the final day of the regular With two more efforts such as Satur the Warriors theyll make San Antonio an early playoff You have to play perfect basketball in the unless youre Portland or said Tim referring to two other division Note the omission of San On we played a perfect Hardaway Yet the Warriors Big Three of Chris Mitch Richmond and Hardaway all shot under 50 percent from the floor and totaled 63 almost 20 under their com bined in that The bench performances made the especially Sarunas Marciulionis scor ing 16 points and the defensive work of Tom Tolbcrt and Tyrone Hill on Spurs center David You cant win with five said Rod another Golden State Detroit has proven In the you have to stretch it to your bench to win The bench has done a great job for us in Uiis Warriors Coach Don Nelson I think theyre getting us 37 points a and we couldnt have written it any He noted that several bench including Marciu lionis and were missing during some of lie season because of the Lithuanian in his second NBA has scored 34 points in 49 minutes of playing lime over the first two postseason He missed 29 regular season When I got I had time to study my he I think it I know better how to fit my game into the motion Nelson Hes been a huge factor offensively in the They just havent been able to handle CLOCK 10 MM 115 matte nonglare metal finish with 99 saltwater corrosion resis A short recoll I breech locked action with la manual pin I a drop and adjustable rear I Includes an extra maga Come see this gun I at Docs Docs Guns 1111 Walnut 629 1736 BLENDS Jim L Weiler Northern Light Ancient Age Canadian LTD I Harwood Canadian RUM BRANDY Cutty Sark J A B Scotch Highland Mist Ron Rico Rum Ron 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