New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 12, 1995, Page 6

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April 12, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Day The Press The Day’s Quote "Wall it ondod. Wo Just weren't there.” — San Antonio Spurs Head Coach Bob Hill after the team's 15-game win streak came to an end 91-71 In the news N.w Braunfels Park, and Recreation offers tennis The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer tennis lessons for youth and adults one day per week for five weeks beginning April 24. A fee of $25 will be taken during registration at Landa Recreation Center through April 21. Private and semi-private lessons are also available. For more information, call the center at 608-2167. NBMS 7th grads takes first at Max Starcke golf tourney For the third week in a row, the New Braunfels 7th grade boys team took first place at a golf tournament. This time it came at a nine-hole tournament at the Max Starcke Park Golf Course in Seguin on Monday. Their winning score was 185. The team included Michael Schaeffer, Hagan Cohle, Garrett Sullivan, Stuart Griffin and Sondy Coker. Hagan Cohle led the way with a 42 and Michael Schaeffer fired a 44. In the 8th grade boys division, New Braunfels placed third with a team score of 190. Steve Smith was the low scorer for New Braunfels with a 45. Other team members were Clifton Fischer, John Ray, David Mendenhall and David Brawner. Laura Boutwell, a New Braunfels 7th grader, was the girls’ medalist. She was joined by teammate Cody Crandle.NB Unicorns too hot to handle By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Having taken four close wins at home, New Braunfels Coach Neal Miller talked about the dangers of playing on the road. He spoke of hostile crowds, unfamiliar ballparks, fired-up opponents and uncontrollable distractions. None of that was evident Tuesday at Ranger Field where the Unicorns appeared right at home, connecting at the (date, playing solid defense and getting strong pitching in a 15-0 win over Smithson Valley. At the midway point in the season, New Braunfels (5-0,11-5) is the district front-runner. Smithson Valley (0-5,6-1), going through spring break, has a week to heal some wounds. Pitcher Hector Molina (4-1) went the entire five innings for the Unicorns, scattering three hits and throwing out four batters. His three-run homer over the Centerfield wall ignited a 9-run second inning that all but buried the Rangers. The Unicorns finished with eight hits and no errors to Smithson Valley's three hits and five errors. Johnny Reyes went 2 for 3 with two doubles and a walk. Jeff Juarez, Grant Hill and Erie Martinez each had singles. The Rangers sent three pitchers to the mound - Dusty Lowery, Sean Everest and Baseball standings Dfetifet VfwiB New Braunfels Hayt Bastrop LocKnart 44 2*2 ■{■Hi Canyon    14 SmftheonVafey 04 ^Sa£toI01?Smi»«nVa^»0 Hays 6 Lockhart 1 Canyon va. Bastrop (cancelled because of no umpire) 114 194 $4 fr» 74 frlO Cody Hartman. Matt Ramsey got an ear ly double, but the Rangers did not threaten again until the fifth when Sean Neal hit another double. "I was fearful coming into this game, Miller said. "When Lowery is on he'4 tough. He had a strong game against Canyon and Canyon hit the ball well against us. So we were concerned. He struggled today, plus we hit die ball well; "It's tough for them playing during spring break. We're riding a crest right now, and hopefully we can continue it"! Ever cautious, Miller added that th4 Unicorns still have three more road games. Play at th# Plata New Braunfels' Johnny Rayaa slicks safety into home plate aa Smithson Valley catcher Errol Baugh attempts the tag In the third inning of the Unicorns' 154 win Tuesday at Ranger Field. The umpire made the call to the dismay of pitcher Seen Everest The Unicorns remained unbeaten in district while the Rangers are still looking for their first win in 28-4A. Both teams get a week off before heading Into the second half of the season. Herald-Zeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL American Little League results American Little League results Here are the standings and scores as of April 9. Minors Cubs 1 0 Yankes 1 0 Angels 0 0 Marlins 0 0 Padres 0 0 Athletics 0 1 Royals 0 1 Pee West W L White Sox 2 0 Padres 1 0 Red Sox I 0 Rockies 0 1 Blue Jays 1 0 Athletics 1 1 Cardinals 1 1 Mets 1 1 Orioles 1 1 Royals 1 1 Phillies 0 1 Tigers 0 1 Expos 1 2 Twins 0 2 Majora Phillies 18    Rangers 0 Phillies — Chase Escambia and Trey Swain went 3 for 4. Tate Taylor and Wes Michalec combined to pitch one-hit shutout. Twins 12    Red Sox 0 Cardinals vs. Tigers (postponed) Pee Wees Minora Yankees 13 Royals 9 Yankee — Justin Delgado pitched 3 innings, gave up no hits. Zeb Vicnair and Delgado each hit triples. Cubs 8    Athletics 5 Cubs — Zack Smithers, first baseman, made an unassisted double play. PooWooa Expos 4    Orioles 3 Mets12    Royals 5 Royals — Zack Hunt and Garrett Meckler hit doubles C. Castilleja hit a home run. Mets Steven Stockwell hit a double and triple. Chase Dubose had a triple. Steven Moreno had a double. Athletics 5 Blue Jays NB junior varsity Iannis team finishes first in district New Braunfels tennis player Davmder Toor defeated Gabe Reyna of Hays’ 7-6, 6- 0 to take first place in junior varsity singles at the District 28-4A Tournament. Toor reached the final by defeating Miguel Martinez of Hays, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 and Chris Geissen of Smithson Valley 6-0,6-1. NB player Adham Saad defeated Michael Johnsey of Smithson Valley, 7-6.6- 1 before falling to Reyna, 6-4, 7-6. In JV boys doubles, NB's team of Heyden-Dolesha defeated teammates Nelson-Lowery, 6-0, 6-4 in the finals. Nelson-Lowery had defeated Whitener-Caballero of Canyon, 6-3, 6-0 to reach the finals. In girls' singles, New Braunfels' Katie Dewitt defeated teammate Anneke Kuehler in the finals 6-3,6-0. Dewitt knocked off B.J. Ashey of Canyon 6-1, 6-2 and Libby Swift of Hays 6-3, 6-1 to reach the final. Kuehler defeated Katherine Hitchcock of Smithson Valley 7-5, 6-1 and Feliza Miller of Lockhart to face Dewitt. The NBHS tandem of Damarodas-Schneider won the doubles final over Flores-Burkhart of Hays, 6-0, 6-3. In 9th grade girls' singles, Cari Schneider won the final by defeating Sharon Alexander of Bastrop 6-0,6-3. The team of Bright-Schorn defeated NB teammates Sollberger-Lisk, 6-2,6-2. Unicorn Jake Brooks defeated teammate Michael Stephens 6-4, 6-4 to take the boys' singles title. Spurs’ win streak snapped SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Their 15-game winning streak snapped, the San Antonio Spurs now want to start a new one. First, they have to conquer the powerful Phoenix Suns tonight. “We just have to get it back and start a new streak in Phoenix," said Spurs coach Bob Hill, whose team fell to the Portland Trail Blazers 91-71 Tuesday as the Spurs set franchise lows in scoring and shooting. "It was tough," Hill said. "The ball kept hitting the front of the rim, and we weren’t rebounding, so we couldn't get into our game — running. We ran out of gas. We hit a wall." Clifford Robinson scored 23 points for the Trail Blazers, who took a 64-48 lead after three quarters, outscoring San Antonio 22-10 in the third period, it was the lowesi scoring quarter for the Spurs.943 N. Walnut, New Braunfels phone 625-3477 * empty rooms. Extra charge for removing carpet, moving furniture, and carpeting atake    _ Majors Twins Astros • Dodgers Phillies Rangers Red Sox Cardinals Tigers Pitcher Wesley Mlhalec end the Phillies look to breek .500.STAINMASTERCARPET SALE $10.95 SQYRDINSTALLED WITH PAD*Girls’ track title in sight New Braunfels outlook is bright for district By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor With several members ranked among the best in South Texas, the New Braunfels Unicorns girls track team is a safe bet this week to clinch the 28-4A title. The team will trek to Bastrop for the district meet, beginning Thursday with preliminaries and continuing Friday with final events. In all, the New Braunfels girls, coming off a first-place finish at the Unicom Relays, rank in the top six in nine track and field events in South Texas high schools including 4A and 5A divisions. Lisa Weltzer, the defending 3200 meter state champion, has posted the second- best times in the 1600M (5:09.54) and 3200-meter nm (11:00.78) this season. She is sixth in the 800-meter nm with a 2:20.34. She is joined by teammate Amber Wenzel, a vital leg in the Unicorns' 1600 meter relay team. Wenzel has posted a time of 5:22.77 in the mile, which is eighth best in the region. Adding speed to the Unicom contingent is Kelly Koksma, a bronze medalist in the 400M nm last year at state. Koksma has nm the fifth fastest quarter- GhapazzaC Gou G6u6 Bring This Reduced Price Coupon and Come On Out & Play The RNEST GREENS IN TEXAS! GREEN FEES* 1/2 CART »15°°* - Weekdays (Bog. Price $1^.50 plus tax) *2200* - Weekends & Holidays (Reg Price $23.50 pius tax.) *Plu» Tax. Coupon Not Valid For Tournament. iWf Mi HPI rmmi 1-800-707-1313 Proper Attire Must Be Worn MUTT CAU POM TU Taw MsmbtfRNp AvtNabh    300 Chaparral Dr CVfer PanifAi A WW    Seguin. TX 781 OS mw expire* * ju-vd    ^ 1 o) 370-0314 Herald ZMIung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Abuna targant boiatara Mio Unicom 1600-mater relay team. mile this year, clocking a 59.20 in preliminaries. Kristi Lindeman, a high jumper who competed at the Texas Relays tart weekend, gives the Unicorns strength in the field events. Her leap of 5-6 ranks second in the region. Rounding out the events are 800-meter and 1600 meter-retay teams. The Unicorns are sixth (1:45.81) and fifth (4:05.50) respectively in the relays. ;

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