New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 10, 1993, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 10, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, March 10,1993 Herald-Zrttung, New BraunfelsCougar win seals first playoff spot in three years By DOUGLAS PILS Htrald-Zattung    jpgfr V J* /‘c4* The Canyon Cougars choked the late-season I. suxge of the Clemens Buffaloes Tuesday night for a 5-0 victory which secured the Cougars their first playoff berth since 1990.    *** Canyon (12-4-1, 7-4 in district) sandwiched a "Cly _ ; 'J/ -    •"**' r^’V*.*--* v'.;    ].;    oV'V’;    ’l'''■j£~<\' v--.:    -\"},*    A    \> balanced scoring attack between the 23rd and 24th goals of the season for sophomore Vince ^ Bueno, as the defensive front led by Made Mills, I Bryan Yuras and Jason Barucky cut down every    J    .    ' Clemens attempt at a score.    HpHE/ The Cougars entered the game with a 6-4    '    J    -V    .'•* v ‘-V*Hi*:' ’VV* *'-i*    'V”'    •    *    \>. mark in district and the Buffaloes were 4-6 with P |fW|f    fl^H two games to play. Canyon had clinched at F^Ifl    ’>>.}    ‘■c-:v> least a tie for third with its last victory, but V*H<V /. needed to knock off the Buffs to secure the play- I off spot    IjjiHviHv Head Coach Danny Bueno was pleased to see    JW^H    ^:'' his young team respond in the must-win situa-    - ■ ? *vt f/c**    NWBSr^'    * don.    I^Eili^Ev    t "I was pleased with the play tonight," Bueno    ,JL.    7*;    Im    \'¥9f§^m said. "I thought as a whole the kids played real I    .'•;    &&/.    »    \j*r4]fr    I well. Defensively we wanted to stop (Steve) r    jr    >    Wuhli^"^    W*    ii Sanchez and Mack did a goodjob on him. One /    jflBfcfm.    v    '    | good thing about our team right now is a lot of r v^H    w/■&&*< im ^^^PmTT?    I guys are getting in the act as far as scoring.    ^    "IL    ■ Mb* I    Jk    \ Ifs good that a lot of guys are getting in the act    y ^    A0k    / They don't have to depend on Vince to do all the    /    A y ^U1    % The Cougars struck early only    > v elapsed in die first half when V. Bueno took an    ^    nj i nsist from Mike Hargrove. Canyon kept up    / ti e intensity all half long, barely missing on ._/    ^    ^    ~    ^ both sides of the goal and a header by Jerry    2-—,    .    «„    ^-„^i-- Van Noy bounced off the crossbar before Sean    Canyon's Bryan Yuras, Jerry. Van Ney and Vince Bueno celebrate Canyon's playoff-securing win Mere put another goal in with 21:37 left in the    over Clemens Tuesday night. Bueno added his 23rd and 24th goals of the season,    including one half. Michael Lugo made the score 3-0 with with just 3:52 gone in the game. Photo by John Huseth. 7:40 left when he picked up a rebound off a hard Bueno shot and slammed it in the back of    ®* *® game.    intense in the first half. I thought we literally the net    "We    were trying to go out there and score ear-    took the game away in the first half. In the Coach Bueno said he wanted to strike early    and I think that helped, Bueno said. Vince    second half we didn't Quite have the intensity but and take the fight out of a team that had held P“* «• in there with only about 3:30 gone in the Alamo Heights scoreless in the last 50 minutes 3ame ant* that helped. The kids were really    SmCouqms,    Pege    10A Sophomore Melvin Page heads a bal during Canyon's 5-0 win over Clemens to secure a playoff berth. Photo by John Huseth. Rangerettes cruise to first district victory Canyon's Marty Robles led the Cougar attack Tuesday night wfth four RBls and he was 3 for 4 at the plate. Photo by John Huseth.Canyon roars past Lions The Canyon Cougars lapsed    the third, into a defensive coma to give up    The five-run third was high- five late runs, but it was not near    lighted by a three-run homer by enough as the Cougars took a    junior Lance Beekman. Berk- resounding 13-5 win over Lock-    man is now tied with Parrish for hart Tuesday night    the team lead with three home Bene Quiterrez worked the win    runs on the season, for the Cougars (6-4) and Marty    In other Comal County action Robles came on in the fifth to fin-    last night, Smithson Valley ish out the game.    blanked Floresville 10-0 on the Robles was the offensive etal-    road and New Braunfels slipped wart of the game with three hits    at Seguin 5-4. in four at bats and four RBIs. Brad Smith and Jason Long Chip Parrish was 2 for 2, Jake combined to two-hit Floresville Williford was 2 for 4 and Brett to up the Ranger^ record to 5-3. Zaeske was 2 for 3. Canyon Brant Borgfeld suffered the defoat scored four runs in the fourth, for the Unicorns, pitching a corn-three in the second and five in pieta game. ;