New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 12, 1991, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas S K sW \\Vs\"i* \VV\^SportsFriday, July 12 1991      HerakJ-Ze/fung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Page    7A Angels win 7 in SA sweep Softball team to state today National League catcher Chad Faykus forces out the American League's Reagan George at home plate during Thursday's meeting of the two New Braunfels Major Little League all-star tournament teams. George and his AL teammates went on to win the game, 8-2. AL prevails in battle of local teams Hinojosa strikes out 12, throws four-hitter for victory By JOE BELK Sports Editor SEGUIN — In a showdown between the two New Braunfels representatives of the Majors all* suit tournament at Seguin’! Siarcke Park. the American League eltmivtaied the National League Thursday night, 8*2. Patrick Hinojosa pitched a four-hitter while going the distance for the American League. Hinojosa. recovering from an injury to his pitching arm, struck out 12 batters in six innings while walking four. Shawn Tom cr I in pitched a complete game for the National League, sulking out six and allowing eight hits. Half of those hits were in a four-run first inning in which the American League took the lead for good The American league plays again today at 6 pm at Suircke Park, against Seguin'i American League team. The National League was cumulated with the loss After Hinojosa retired the National Leaguers ut the first. Josh Votght opened the bonum of the first with an infield single. Voighi stole second and took third on a wild pitch, scoring on Andy Holunan’s base hit lo left. Hinojosa singled and Oms Chol leo walked to load the bases. Paul Paniagua followed with a shot into left-center. driving in two runs. Cholico scored from third on David Simmonds’ fielder's choice grounder. Following a scoreless second inning, the National League plated both of its runs in the top of the third. Chad Faykus walked to lead off. moving to second on Ruben Perez Ill's single over the shortstop. The AL erased the lead runner on Chad Salge's fielder's choice. Pere/ scored from second on a wild pitch, followed by an error on the throw to third. Tom crim drove in Salge with a grounder that resulted in a throw mg error. The American League added a run in the bottom of the third when Reagan George scored on Jason Shields' single to the cemcr-ficld fence. Neither team threatened rn the fourth inning, as both Hinojosa and Tomerlm struck out two rn their respective half-mmngs. The National League got a baserunner rn the fifth on Tomerlm's single up the middle, but Hinojosa fanned two batters in a row to leave the runner on second. The American League added some insurance rn the bottom of the fifth, with Cholico leading off with a walk. Paniagua and George followed with singles to load the bases, and Simmonds got his second RBI of the game when Cholico scored on his grounder. Due to an error, the bases remained loaded after die play. Paniagua scored from third on an error, and an infield hit by Shields loaded the bases for the third lime in the inning. The National League forced out the lead runner at the plate on a grounder to Gabriel Pere/ at first. Chad Wehc’s bases-loadcd walk forced in the final run of the game. Hinojosa struck out the side rn order rn the sixth. as he finished the game with five consecutive strikeouts. Paniagua — who had the only multi-hit game on cither team — paced the AL offense with 2-for-2 hitting and two RHls. Simmonds also baited rn two runs. George hit I-for-1 with two walks. For the NL, Gabriel Pere/ led the hitters with l-for-2 hating The winner of the American League's game today against Segum’s AL team advances to a 6 p.m. game on Saturday, while the loser ut eliminated The New Braunfels Angels, the NB Girls Softball Association’s 12-year-old all-star team, begins play in the ASA state tournament today in Longview. The Angels had a strong warmup for the tournament last weekend by sweeping seven games in the Northwest Softball League’s tune-up tournament in San Antonio. The New Braunfels team outscored its opponents 125-24 during the round-robin tournament, and had 35 extra-base hits to the opponents’ five. The Angels opened the tournament against the eventual second-place team, the host Northwest All-Stars. A six-run third inning allowed the Angels to lake the lead, as the team erupted for six consecutive hits and a total of eight in the inning. The 9-4 Angels* win was also the first loss suffered by Northwest all season. The Angels were led offensively by Jennifer Allison, who hit 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, and Summer Scheel, who went 3-for-4 with a triple. Amanda Simons and Emilie Wotip-ka each hit 2-for-4, with Simons driving in two runs and Wotipka scoring twice. Defensive stars included the middle infield of shortstop De De Thomas and second baseman Genevieve Ayala. Early Saturday, the Angels faced the Medina Valley Misfits, who probably wished they had slept in. The Misfits were held to one hit in a 25-0 Angel victory, with New Braunfels sluggers sending out five home runs. Allison hit two homers for the Angels, and Simons, Scheel and Roxanne Blue each had one. Melinda Aguine and Thomas both hit triplet in the game. The Angel offense did not slow down in the next game, but the team picked up a much closer win with a 15*11 decision against the Randolph All-Stars. Jinny Edwards went 4-for-4 to pace all hitters, Simons hit 3-for-3 including two doubles and four RBIs and Scheel batted 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, three RBIs and three runs scored. Scheel also had an outstanding game in the field at pitcher, as did Marci Allen at third base. The Angels won their next four games by the 10-run rule, beginning with a 22-1 defeat of the Ft. Sam Houston All-Stars. New Braunfels outhit Ft. Sam 23-4, with four players having perfect days at the plate. Allen went 4-for-4 with two doubles and three runs, Wotipka hit 4-for-4 with three RBIs and three runs scored, Simons went 3-for-3 including a triple and three runs batted in, and Aguirre hit I -for-1. Defensively, the middle infield of shortstop Blue and second baseman Kim Schneider stood out. The Angels then defeated the New Braunfels 11-year-old All-Stars 21-4. Allen and Shelley Bredewater each had three RBIs, with respective 4-for-4 and 2-for-2 performances. Aguirre added a home run and two RBIs. and Edwards hit 2-for-2 and scored twice. In the field. Brcdewatcr excelled at first, as did Thomas at shortstop and Simons on the mound. The fourth game of the day and sixth of the tournament resulted in a 15-1 blowout in favor of the Angels. The team defeated the Southeast All-Stars being suong hitting by Ayala (4-for-4, three runs scored), Aguirre (3-for-3, three runs) and Simons (a triple and home run in three at-bats. with seven RBIs). The first seven Angel hitters scored on Sunday in the tournament's final game, pacing the team to an 18-3 victory. After this week's ASA tournament in Longview, the Angels will play July 19 in the TAAF state championships in Austin. Babe Ruth 13 team looks for win today The New Braunfels Babe Ruth 14-and 15-ycar oid all-star team siam play in us district tournament on Saturday, while the 13-year-old team hopes to be finished by then. The 13-ycar-old Babe Ruth all-stars are undefeated rn two tries, and can wrap up the tournament today with a victory against Seguin The game is set for Comal Park at 7:30 pm. If New Braunfels loses, the teams would return to Seguin for the deciding game — probably on Saturday On Saturday at Comal Park. New Braunfels' 14-15 all-stars open their tournament at 7:30 p m against Seguin. Tearns tie for win in Elks play scoreboard The New Braunfels Elks Golf Tournament was held Tuesday at Lauda Park, with two fourman learns tying fur the victory. The team tiI Bob Magnuujn. Dun Stevens, Jim Ruiey and Alice Simpson tied the learn ut diaries Smith. Cid Schrader, and Lloyd and Irene Taylor fur the wtntung won , Finishing immediately jehiiui the two winning learns was the group of Ned Dimick, Bob Cole, Jun Hex liar ii and Lu Nelson. Three teams tied for fourth place in the tournament: Ed Jones, Doug Mitier, Hilmar and Mary Harbunh; Henry Reeves, Run Johnson, Tex Riner and Alice Oiambles; and Glen Case. Bdl Adkuts. Lin Rose arid Polly Johnson. The longest putt on hole #3 was Ray Meuke The woman closest to the pinon #12 was Lu Nelson. Bdl Fairchild hit closest on § 15. Briefly NBTA holds tennis tourney the New Braunfels Tennis Association is holding a mixed doubles tour nan .in un Saturday, starting at 8:30 ani al the New Braunfels High School COUTU. Anyone wishing lo enter should select a punner araJ call either David Perkins at 625-8672 or Sally Forney at629-6659by9pm today There is no entry fee for the lour na merit, although anyone who is nut already a member of NHI A will need Kl play the small dues lo jour Parucip-anis should also bring a can of tennis halls TH? tournament will he spin into two draws, based on level of ability. Fishing clinic Saturday The Fishing t exas Association's fishing clinic scheduled for two weeks ago has been reset fur Saturday, with the postponement allowing some openings in the children’s clinic Local youths ages 4 17 are ins lied lo sign up fur the dune, winch will be held — weather permuting — from 9 am until 4 pm un Lake McQueeney ai the Texas Lutheran College facility. those participating in the clinic will receive hands on experience with proper ban selection, casting lech usque*, knot tying instructions, boat and water safety A fishing tournament, in which every participant wins something, w ill follow the clinic. The event is limned to IOU anglers, and registration is SIS Entrants must register by 10 pm Friday. For more information, contact Fishing Texas Association at 639-4994 Phones are open every day from 8 am until IO pm Parks & Rec plans day camp IH Parks and Recreation Depart ukrnt is offering a day camp, called Camp Thui vier duct, fur boys aid girls ages 6 12 Activities include aru and crafts, outdoor recreation, athletics, field nips and special events. The camp rum every day from 8 arn until 3 pm The cost of the camp is V4S. The final session runs July 22 through August 2. Lady, junior clinics set The Lamia Park Golf Course lu»s scheduled lady and junior clinics for the summer and fail. There will be two more junior clinics for boy s and girts planned by age groups A clinic for ages 10-12 will be held July 22-26 A clinic for juniors 12 and older will run Aug 5-9 All junior dunes will be held at Lamia Park from9:30-ll ani A ladies clinic will be held Sept 16-20 from fk7:30 pm at the golf course Call 625-3225 fur more infunna lion Special tourneys scheduled The Lamia Park Golf Course will host two spec tai tournaments ut July. The fust will he a Father and Son tournament on Sunday, July 21. The second will he a Junior invnational on Monday, July 29. To register, ut fui more information, call the pro shop al 625 3225. Bowling scores The knowing are aw weekly *u%dkt how tie Dowling leagues ai Coma Bowl Sunday Night Mixed -1 Guys and Gods (IO 2) 2 Just tor Fun t«4 34 J, 3 Mot Shots (6 A -CVS ) High mdwtduai Melee women Jeanette Batties 490 men John Balu es 501 High game women I andia Redwater 171. men John BaM/e* 223 Summer Pee Wee* (agee 3-7) — 1 Team 62 (1(35 record) 2 Team *6 (94 54 record). 3 Bumper Kids (• 7) High mdMduat settee (taro games war. tempers, gels Ka* by Zoster ISI,boy* FrankMcPharSn 171 High game gell Kerby ZoeSer SO boy* F fanatic Prue Sn 99 Summer Bantams (ages S S) — I Th# Seders Team *3 (he. 105) 3 Team 06 (94 54 ) High individual series (two games), gels MeredMh Tenpin 169 boys dee LsUuach 171 Hvgh game gels Mere dMh Tertian 11O boys Gregory Boodie 9§ Summer Preps (ages BU)—I Pinnas tors (154 44 ). 2 Team S15 (15 5) 3 The Owe eons Team si? The Non Boaters (ie 14 6) High eidHOuar sera* gels Roeio Dec eon 32ft boys Tse Swat 426 tegh game gels Ki«tan j*j*an 120 boys F re Basse 169 Summer Jumorw Senior# (ages 12-21) — 1 Team *9 (15 5) 2 Team #9 Team *2 Team #7 (ie 14 6) Ugh mdkvtdbai series gelS Alma MUettftej 466 boys Bary Strickland 545 High game gels Aina Marine/ 176 boys RrdwedEvans J* .166 Swinge ms Seniors (ages 56 end elder) — I Foul Sewing Teens Ace rn We Kure (Se 14 IO). 3 Can Do Claude* KUI (ie 13 ll) Ugh mtoaduai series women Fto Cary 464 men James McCoubrey 573 leg), game women Ope Ab** natty 105 men James UcCoubrey 209 letter**'* — I Who Knows (19 5) 2 The Tree# Amigas (lf4 94 ); 3 Big Fee* (144 94 ) N*gn tmOvxlua) series women Marne Baru eat 469 men Dane* Madvia g *axp ‘ a. ——e- in in av ^    „■ tun. ft A xjWisa El rwii mal if DOO rtyl    •Vf'dpl RP IHI IMP KMM'* WU 192 men Darnel Merton* 211 Summer Ladles — I Dakota Gels (20 4). 2 Team *4 JI# 0) 3 NB Dance Stud® Lucky Sewers Stow Rakers (tee 14 IO) tkgh etdMdual sanes Lends Yawn 566 tkghgame Lends Vasm 204 Classic Tile (Division I) — I BABS (OO 5 points). 2 The No Bowlers (03 5 porn*) 3 Rust Masters (ii points) Classic Trio (Division 2) — I Team OO (OO porn*). 2 Team *11 (75 points). 3 Team •IO (73 5 poms) Classic The (Dtvtsten IM) — I Team #16 (74 5 porn*) 2 Team 617 (73 porn*) 3 Who Care* (66 5 points) Cie SSK Trie (Or vt stoa IV) — 1 Bud yacks (64 5 points). 2 GooWmMS (OO 5 poms) 3 The Kegler* (7f 5 points) Overa6 league highs (lour games) — High mdvtdua) series women Lets Orator od! 604 men James Adruimot 92ft Ngh game women Lodi OratorodT 244 man. James Arbutfmot 277 American League Thstf lAiv I QifM| Kansas Cay 9. De*on 5. Toronto 2. Texas 0. MWe aid ae 8, Chicago 1. MmneeoU 7. Boston 3 Oakland • Betorn or a I Senile 6. Cleveland 0. New Tori 2 Oakton** 0 National League Thursday s Games Pmsburgh IO Ceicewiai 6. Montreal I. Los Angeles 2. PrwiadMtoh* 3 San France od 2 Aker tie 4 St Uwae I New York 4, Sen Ottgo 3 Houston ft. Ctwcago 4 limning* Herald-Zritung f'shuihf Sumiay mu*tutt# Tuesday. deUneulay thursday and Friday gin nouns by Arar Braunfels Herald Ie hung 707 Lamia Ss .or FO Drawer 31132H New Bt awn/* is, Jesus 79/3 J 1328 Se*, mud Class postage pout by New Hr owlets Herald learnig af New Br annie Is Jesus. 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