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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 12 HERALDZEITUNG FEBRUARY 1993 Unicorns Continued from 8 the team will need a solid mental effort to win at especially with its rowdy Weve got to forget about it the loss and go on against Sierra said We need a good prac tomorrow Thursday and well go play against Boerne like know Unicorn style Weve just got to block the crowd out and try to concentrate on what were doing out there try to get in the flow of things and make our shots from the free throw line its going to be a mental Despite shooting a subpar 26 for 62 from the field and only 5 of 13 from the freethrow the Unicorns had four chances to take the lead when they were down by one at Heights had lengthened its eightpoint lead at the end of the third quarter to 14 with to Then New Braunfels went on a tremendous tear over the next two minutes to cut that lead to 1 after four defensive the final straw was an intentional foul called on Mike Sierra with 34 left in the which gave Heights two free throws and the Wilkins refused to lay blame on the questionable intentional foul as the reason for the Uni corns We had our opportunities to Wilkins The inten tional foul did not cost us the ball it only took us out of a chance to at least win it or tie it But the baBgame was believe or from the free throw line We can still go to the playoffs and we can still win the district champi It doesnt really matter that we won 16 games in a it only matters that we accom plish our goals and thats what were focused on right Reagen Unicom senior guard and the just couldnt get anything going offensively the first three Our halfcourt offense was a little although we played hard and the effort was John Drury had a great ballgame on the Mikes consistency kept it fairly close and the fourth quarter was a complete team effort We really got aggres sive and were able to force some The loss kept the Unicorns from securing a playoff but Wilkins remains confident in his teams ability to get the job done this Really the loss doesnt change Wilkins Weve certainly got our work cut out for Boerne has just as fine a ball club as Alamo Heights if not bet But were certainly not going to play passive and hope to Were going to go in there playing to At this point the whole game basically boils down to the mental aspect for all three of these ball If s all about momentum Sports Bulletins Junior and Senior League Tryouts Player tryouts and late regis tration for Junior and Senior League baseball will be at Canyon High School The Junior Division 13 yearold will begin at and the Senior Division 1415 yearolds will begin at All players must attend tryouts vand late registration will be avail able with a birth In case of inclimate tryouts will held at Oak Run School Gym Highway west of Loop If there are any questions call Mark Mendenhall at Phil Demasco Kye Nitech at 6256709 or Bob Janca at Canyon Alumni Baseball Game All former Canyon High School baseball players are invited to play in the Canyon Alumni game 20 at 5 on the Canyon This is the sec ond year Canyon has held the alumni where the current baseball team plays against an alumni Mission Valley Bowling Club Its time to sign up for the Mis sion Valley Junior Bowling Junior bowlers from 6 to 15 years of age need to come by the Mis sion Valley Club on 26 at to sign up for the Friday night For any questions or to sign up by phone call Girls Softball The final registration day for girls age 7 to 18 as of to play softball will be Sat 13 at Cornal Park from 10 to Firsttime players need to bring a copy of their birth certificate and the reg istration fee is For more information call Dennis or Emily Harborth at 6255111 or 625 Smlthson Valley Alumni Baseball Game All exSraithBon Valley base ball players are invited to play in the 1993 Alumni Baseball which will be played 13 at 1 at If there are any please call New Braunfels Softball Awoclatlon The New iimunfels Softball will hold its spring meeting for team managers of women and men wftball The meeting will be held at Miller Distributor on 11 at Registration and roster forms can be picked up at that These forms and all fees will be due March 4 at a rules League play will begin March 15 and all teams will be required to have same color Fiesta Texas Racing Festival More than Americans receive head injuries that result in traumatic brain damage each according to the Texas Head Injury PacifiCares First Fiesta Texas Racing Festi which will be held will focus on this silent epidem The racing which ben efits the Alamo Chapter of the Texas Head Injury Association and the Texas Bicycle will emphasize the importance of safety awareness and the benefits of It was organized to heighten awareness of head and to honor Randy Sherfy of San a cyclist who was severely injured when hit by a car while bicycling last The daylong event will be held at Fiesta Texas and will include a Criterium Bike several recreational cycling tours and a 5K The 5K run will be held in the Fiesta Texas parking lot and on La Cantera and all runners will receive Cash prizes and door prizes will be The Criterium Bike Race is designed for serious bike and there are 10 cat egories with a cash prize All riders must wear an approved cycling and T shirts will be provided to the first 400 In there will be three recreational tours 55 The first 100 registrants for the recreational tours will receive a free racing helmet cour tesy of PacifiCare of Paid registrants will be provided with free child care at Fiesta Texas American Parade The area will he manned by USAA volunteers and will feature activ ities including face tug jumping ropes and story To register or for more call 210 Tennis Program John Newcombee Tennie Ranch will hott a tennis program for junior players 36 and 1 14 to learn fiie haeke of Program ie one twice a For moire information call Bobby or Stephen at miniruns in max imizing your strengths and mini mizing your Were still first place in the district and our Reagen New Braun fels threepoint agreed that the loss was tough to swal but that the team would need to bounce back strong to handle the atmosphere at They Boerne shoot the ball real well down there and itfs going to be a Overall But I think with the way this team can stick together that were going to be able to keep our heads up and be able to take care of business like we need to We had four goals at the begin ning of the season and one of them was to go undefeated in dis trict Thats the only goal thats not attainable any We can still go to the playoffs and we can still win the district champi It doesnt really matter that we won 16 games in a it only matters that we accomplish our goals and thats what were focused on right Wilkins stressed that the one loss was not devastating he didnt think anyone could get through the district We played we just didnt execute down the stretch and didnt get the big shots down the end like we have he That doesnt mean were a terri ble ballclub and that doesnt mean that Alamo Heights is We were playing them on their home court and we beat them at our The same goes with Weve beaten them twice this Now weve got to do it a third time with a lot more at stake at their home All that is hype weve got to play the It doesnt matter when or whats riding on it Weve prepared all season long for these opportunities and I feel real confident that well give a good effort regardless of the out Wilkins said from the outset that the district race would boil down to the last week of the sea son and the teams big road games at Heights and at That premonition has become painfully as both teams are lurking one game behind the dis trictleading New Braunfels is now 111 24 4 while both the Mules and the Greyhounds are Heights overall record is 228 and Boerne is Wilkins said hes not going worry too much about how the Bchedulefell to give his team such difficult road games at the If the schedule had been reverse and maybe Boerne or Alamo Heights were undefeated and we had two I dont think it really would have changed he In this district there are three real fine ballclubs and theres about three others in this district that are capable of beating any body on any given The three teams records make each viable candidates for post season but as Wilkins points one must stay of what when the smoke clears after next Tuesday theres two great teams going to the playoffs and one great team is going to have to stay Alamo Heights Now 64 Mike Sierra Andy Caldwell Reagen Overall John Drury Randy Darnell Dean Smith Brad Lybrand Shae Jessie Albert Ben Heart Association w w w Heres a gift suggestion that says you care A subscription to the HeraldZcituns With your gift subscription to the Herald Zeitung you will also be giving a Preferred Readers Club For as little as you can treat a friend to all the local sports and entertainment PLUS they will be entitled to year long savings at local merchants and restaurants with the 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