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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Page9A Sports New Braunfels Unicorns dominate Rangers in 60 win Playoff NB stays focused in 16th victory By JODI MCDONALD to HwiMbHung It was Parents Night at the Unicorn soccer and the boys did their parents proud with a 60 jolting or the Smithson Val ley Junior varsity par although inadvertently remained in the stands to support their sons while varsity players escorted parents and friends onto the To watch them it would be hard to tell that the 1600 Uni corns have already clinched a playoff spot in District They play to New Braunfels stands 1000 in district and remains in the 1 position above Alamo In the the Uni corns are ranked third behind San Antonios Jay and Alamo Heights moved up from sixth to fifth with their 1221 With only two district games to New Braunfels could lose both and still advance as one of the top three A loss to Alamo Heights would result in a cochampionship with the winner decided by either a toss of the coin or a rematch of the two Should New Braunfels win both they would repeat their district title The Rangers could only break through the midfield long enough to be turned back by keepers Ryan Rogers and Jimmy With five minutes gone in the first sophomore Omar Her nandez lined up a beautiful pass to junior Ryder McDonald for the opening setting up the third McDonald hattrick this Less than two minutes the Rangers set up their best play of the A quick break on goal lent Rogers scrambling to recover a tinier that plastered the top The loose ball fell dangerously into the open before two Unicorn defenders finally cleared the When New Braunfels was awarded a corner kick several minutes numerous Uni corns were turned away without the Senior Ezell Sanchez would not be and nailed in the second score for the This was the last district home game for the so it was very special for said Uni corn soccer coach Bob He reminisced about the Smith son ValleyNew Braunfels matchup three years refer ring to the Rangers as the per inea Ezell had a great game as far as assisting and releasing the praised He made some beautiful With under five minutes left in the McDonald was taken down in the and he drove in a penalty kick to seal the 30 half time A late Smithson Valley run on goal sent Rogers stretching to block a Ranger but an off sides call was made on the New Braunfels is a nice complimented Head Ranger Coach Larry They know how to counter and you cant afford any errors against We knew we had to play errorfree in the we we just missed our Senior forward Heather Boss and junior Lindsay Rawlinson of the Rangers played an outstand ing game to back up the Schaffer said he was pleased with SM 12A A Smithson Valley player jumps up with New Braunfels Ezell Sanchez to head a ball in front of the Rangers goal in the Unicorns 60 victory Tuesday Ryder McDonald 7 and Reed Wingate 10 wait to see where the ball will land for a possible scoring opportunity while SVs Lindsay Rawlinson 3 looks to keep the ball out of the Photo by John COMAL COUNTY BASEBALL REPORT NB bounces back long ball hurts S V By DOUGLAS PILS HeraldZeltung The New Braunfels Unicorns bounced back strong from their errorfilled loss to Pleasanton Sat urday with a 104 victory over San Marcos Tuesday The Unicorns tallied three runs in the bottom of the fourth and four more in the as senior Jaye Garza ended up with the gamewinner on a tworun double in the Sal Diaz opened the inning with a single and Jamie Crowder fol lowed with a walk before Garza pounded the ball into Pitcher Brent Borgfeld reached on an error and after moving to second on a wild scored on Albert Villareals single for a 53 The Unicorns scored in the fifth and heading into the bottom of the sixth the Rattlers added a run to cut the lead to Jessie Morales pinchhit for Borgfeld to open the inning with a single that got away from the right fielder and Morales scoot ed into A drag bunt single by Jeff Gonzales put runners at the corners and Villareals sacri fice fly scored Morales for a 74 Jeff Juarez singled to score and Juarez advanced to third on another error by the Eric Martinez came up with an RBIsingle to drive in Juarez and Martinez came home on a double by Diaz for the final Head Coach Neil Miller was pleased with the hitting he received from the bottom of his We really got good production out of the bottom of our Miller Sal Diaz got two Jamie Crowder had and RBIsingle and Brent Borgfeld ran the bases really We were a little bit evened out over our Every spot scored except for who was picked off New Braunfels made two errors but neither cost any Miller said that Borgfeld strug gled at but he pulled him self out of every Brent struggled a little bit and he didnt have good control he We played really well behind him and really after the fourth inning he only made one bad pitch a home run on the sec ond pitch of the sixth He just sort of messed around before finally striking some people Being an expitcher I know you have to work through those He did a good job because its important to be able to work through the rough Borgfeld struck out 10 and gave up seven hits in wrapping up his second victory The Unicorns 21 play Lock hart at 6 Thursday in the Lockhart SMI 102 001 4 74 Braunfeb 011 314 12 2 Salwra 6 ft BorgMd W20 ft Lions Rangers 3 The Smithson Valley Rangers New Braunfels Jaye Garza follows through on the gamewinning dou ble in the Unicorns 104 win over San Marcos Tuesday Photo by John Sports Briefs By DOUGLAS PILS HmMaMtung Canyon powerllfters shape up for regional The Canyon Cougar powerlift ing team wrapped up its slate of meets with a secondplace show ing at Bastrop in preparation for the Regional Meet which will be held at Canyon High School on March The Cougars took second on the strength of first places from Trey Pawly in the 114pound class and Jeremy Schuetz in the 242pound Pawly had an overall total lift of 610 pounds 215 115 bench and 280 deadlift and Schuetz finished with a total of pounds 550 330 bench and 480 Lonnie Thomas took second place in the 165pound division as did Dennis Gibson in the 242 pound and over Thomas had a 430pound a 215 bench and a 500 deadlift for a total of Gibson squatted benched 320 and deadlifted 470 for a total of Johnny Paniagua was third in the 132pound division and Mike Johnson was third in the 242 pound weight Paniagua squatted benched 160 and deadlifted 350 for a 770pound Johnson squatted benched 275 and deadlifted 450 for a total of Cody Baimbridge was fourth in the 242pound and over class with a squat of a bench of 300 and a deadlift of 500 for a total of Steve Wright was fifth in the 181pound class wilh a squat of a bench of 260 and a deadlift of 375 for a total of Danny Johnson competed in the 132pound Robert Blanken beker compete in the 165pound class and Pat Vital was in the 181pound Gib Wright and Casey Kincheloe have all qualified for the regional meet Erin Pantennuehl Pantermuehl places fourth at state Erin of New placed fourth of 10 at the Texas State Championships of the Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw contest last The com petition was held in The Elks Hoop which was started by the Elks in is now a nationwide Over three million boys and girls are expected to compete this Erin is the daughter of Bobby and Kathy Tourney time heats up early springtime The biggest sporting event of the year is about to Its bigger than the Super the World Series and the local bingo parlor all in one No where can you find as much heart highfivingin thesportsbar action as you can in March Madness the race to the NCAA Final The NCAA Tourna and the conference tournaments leading up to is where the basic root inginstinct of every sports loving fanatic conies to life pulling for the Only in March Madness can Southwest Louisiana beat Oklahoma 8783 in 1992s first Only in March Madness can a team tike Campbell take a 77 conference record into the Big South Conference Tour nament and come out with an automatic bid even if it did mean being paired with defending and eventual champion Whos to be Who knows and anybody guessing would probably be Having spent so much time watching high school ball the last three I really dont know whos And at the expense of my better Ive been fast trying to catch up when Im at wear ing out the TVclicker on the Right now it looks like anybody in the Top 15 has a decent shot of catching fire and running all the way to New site of this years Final Even the University of New Orleans has looked tough with if s own Ervin The Cinderella teams are always fun to watch and root but when push comes to the big boys always seem to step Theres the rare occasion when a State or a Villanova comes up big with overtheir head but more times than its the North the Ken tuckys and the Dukes that always seem to end up in the Final Key to success A lot is made of the big man and his role in making championship but basketball does not live by the big man If s the little guys that make the dif I dont know how to better illustrate that than by say ing two names Bobby Hurly and Shaquille It doesnt take a basketball genius to realize Christian Laettner could have won two NCAA championships without a crafty little guard running the It was almost painful watching ONeal try to do the same last year by him I would pay serious money to see what he and Chris Jackson could have done last year or this year they should both be In todays world of big time big its the little guys that decide champi I
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