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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports May 1991 New Texas Page 9 No tuneup game for Unicorns ByTOMLABINSKI Sporti Editor The next time the New Braunfels Unicorns take the baseball field will be Friday in Game 1 of their bidistrict playoff as a possible tuneup game for tonight could not be Coach Peter Garza had tried to schedule a tune up game with Lockhart but was worried about the legality of the He said he was informed on Saturday that the UIL was not allow ing tuneup games this which had a tuneup game rained out last week against Waco was to have play ed New Braunfels if the contest with Midway could not be But Garza said efforts to reach both the Lion coach and to contact the UIL were I never did get a call from the Lockhart and every time I tried to call the the line was Garza What I suspect happened is that either the Lockhart coach found out the game was or he got his game with New Braunfels concentrated on specific defen sive work in Mondays Garza said not having an extra game before taking on San Antonio MacAthur should not hamper his I dont consider it an advantage or a disadvan he It would be nice to have a game to play against somebody but right now our big gest concern is the It could work for you or against You could get somebody or theres a number of things that could With having just Garza said his team can now concentrate on improving its New which clinched the secondplace playoff berth on the last night of the season when East Central was upset by San will host MacArthur on Friday at in the first of a threegame Game 2 will be at 2 Satur day at Blossom Field in San to be imme diately followed by a third if Garza said the team spirit has improved dramati cally in the last week since clinching the playoff Theyve got a good After thinking they wouldnt be in the playoffs so its taken a while to sink But now that we are in the play the feeling Lets get with it and lets I hope that feeling can he Reed wins 18 golds at Olympics Birdie Bash John the golf pro at the Northcliffe Country tends the pin for Cy Chapa in a previous Birdie The eighth annual Bash began today to raise money for the Santa Rosa Childrens Clay will play 36 holes on each of the next three collecting pledges for each birdie Clay joined Chapa in the Birdie Bash in a former assistant golf pro at Northcliffe and Airman First Class at Randolph is currently serving in Saudi Cy felt very strongly about the tradition of the Birdie Bash continuing in his and I am honored to be the one to carry out the Clay We hope to continue making miracles possible at Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital for years to To make a pledge in the Birdie call the Northcliffe pro shop at SAN ANTONIO Joanita Reed has packed a lot of athletic success into her 64 but nothing quite like this weekends Senior Between Sunday and today she entered 18 and won 18 gold On Wednesday she will try to make it a clean sweep as she competes as the only female entry in a I still cant believe I was hoping to do but I never expected any thing like she said this morning after winning both a 5K and a 10K The Garden Ridge resident won all seven of her running events at the Senior including three She won the 100 with a time of then the 200 with a time of She also finished first in the 400meter dash with a time of Im not a Im a long distance so I had to learn how to sprint for this she I had to learn to run on my toes and to lift my legs She also won the 800meter run with a time of and the 1500 with a Although the sprints took their toll on she was still able to win seven gold medals in the swimming She won the 50meter freestyle the 100 freestyle the 200 freestyle the 50meter breaststroke the lOObreasts troke and the 200meter indivi dual medley When I was finished with the run ning I could feel it very tightly in my Reed In the 4001 had a but still managed to win The owner of the NBJ School of Swimming then swept all four cycling events on Monday in her 6064 age She won the 5K with a time of then the 10K at She placed first in the 20K with a SM Bulls defend home turf in taking 20 lead CHICAGO AP Chicago Bulls defended their Now its the Philadelphia 76ers The Bulls held off a late surge by the 76ers Mon day night for a 112100 victory and a 20 lead in the bestof7 series that now goes to Philadelphia for games Friday night and We defended our home court as we knew we would have to Now the pressure is on said Michael who scored 29 points to lead the We took their held them off and suc said Horace who rebounded a Jor dan miss and scored after the 76ers had cut a 14poim deficit to 10398 with two minutes That started a sixpoint surge that clinched the Their backs are against the Grant Two other semifinal series open tonight with Detroit at Boston in the Eastern Conference and Utah at Portland in the The Los Angeles Lak who lead will play host to Golden State in Game 2 of their conference semifinal Wednesday Sea 10 Chicago drops Deshaies to 04 HOUSTON AP Greg Maddux had a headache but his pain was more tolerable than the aches Jim Deshaies Maddux allowed four hits over seven innings and won his fourth game in five helping the Chicago Cubs beat the Houston Astros 43 on Monday Deshaies could not find his changcup and lost his fourth game in as many I have a Maddux It felt like I got punched but I dont think it made any Maddux pitched three hitlcss innings but gave up two hits and two runs in the fourth inning after he col lided with second baseman Mark McLcmore at first base as a Maddux dropped to the turf after bolting into McLemorc but remained in the game and he wouldnt blame his fourthinning lapse on the I got hit because I made bad not because I ran into the Maddux 1 really havent pitched very good in a long time so if I get three scoreless like Ive got to be George Bell hit a tworun homer and the Cubs scored two more runs in the fourth inning on Hector Villaneu vas double and Jeff Bagwells field ing error keeping Deshaies from breaking out of his seasonlong Im really I guess thats the Deshaies Us tough pitching to them if you doni have your If 1 just throw fast sooner or later theyre going to American League All Times CDT AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Boston Toronto Detroit Milwaukee Cleveland Baltimore New York West Division Oakland Chicago Seattle Texas California Minnesota Kansas City Mondays Games Seattle New York 2 Baltimore California 0 Todays Games Minnesota Ericksori 32 at Boston Har ris Kansas City Boddicker 23 at Detroit Gullickson Texas Rogers 03 at Toronto Key Milwaukee Brown 20 at Chicago Hib Baltimore McDonald 11 at Oakland Mooie Now York Hawkins 01 at California Fin ley Cleveland Candiotti 31 at Seattle National League East Division Pittsburgh New York Louis Chicago Philadelphia Montreal West Division San Diego Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta Houston San Francisco Mondays Games Montreal San Francisco 4 Pittsburgh Cincinnati 1 Chicago Houston 3 Todays Games San Francisco Downs 11 at Montreal Nabholz Cincinnati Hammond 30 at Pittsburgh Tornlin Louis 30 at Atlanta Avery Los Angeles Belcher 32 at New York Viola Chicago Scanlan 00 at Houston Her nandez Philadelphia DeJesus 01 at San Diego hit With Mike Scoll sidelined with a shoulder Dcsliaics has tried to pick up the Craig Biggio singled to right field off Maddux in the fourth inning and after Ken Caminiti popped out and Jeff Bagwells triple to scored Big gio and Biggio singled in the sixth stole second base and scored the Astros final run on Gonzalezs dou ble to Dave who pitched 11 years for the Astros and holds the club record with 199 pitched against his old teammates for the first time and turned in a perfect ninth inning to get his sixth save of the 1 was just trying to get the Smith San Antonio Rider quarterback Jason Garrett is chased by a London defender during Monday nights game at Alamo Garrett was replaced by Mike Johnson in the fourth quarter of the 3815 For more details on the see Page Photo by Erik Karlsson f il I if Wunderlich Belcher Houghtaling Frausto May LaRue Engelke Smith Mincemoyer Hernandez McNeill Brenner Dowe TVe Watson Middleton Belcher among top honorees at SV banquet ByTOMLABINSKI Sportu Editor Robyn Wundcrlieh and John Belcher each won two awards and a scholarship Monday night to head the list of honored at the Smilhson Valley High School Sports Wunderlich celebrated her 18th birthday by winning the Fighting Rangerette award in both volleyball and giils The senior was also one of six recipients of u SVHS Athletic Booster Club Belcher also won a scholarship from the homier and was named the Fighting Ranger in both football and he liglniiig awanl in each sport dependabilty and hard said Athletic Joe ius 1 loughialing won both the James Worthy Memorial Football Awanl for his spirit and dedication on and off the mul the David Hall Memorial The looiball honor was named for the Sniilhson Valley looiball player who died liom injuries incurred during a piucttce in The named alter a Kanger basketball player killed in an automobile accident two years is awarded to a senior displaying outstanding The studcm nuimaiu a giade point average of 85 or belter while participating in a sport in at least three of his tour The David Hall Basketball Award was given to Jason who also received the Fighting Ranger award in boys Mark May received the Fighting Ranger award in soc cer after helping lead his learn to a districi Junior Jason LaRue picked up ihe Flayer of the Year award in football from Siephanie Engelke and Karen Smith sluued ihe Fighting Rangcrelte award in girls while Phil Mincemoyer won the Fighting Ranger award in boys Sharing ihe Fighting Ranger award in golf were David and JILSUS while Ryan Brenner won the award in Regan Dowe received the Fighting Ranger award in Also winning scholarships from the SVHS Boos ter Club along with Wunderlich and Belcher were cheer leader Shelby volleyball and basketball player Aimee basketball player James Middleton and football player Shawn This marked the first year the booster club has awarded six up two from previous Donations are also still being sought to keep the David Hall Memor ial Scholaiship a selfsufficient
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