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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Friday April HeraldZeitung 5 Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 HeraldZeitung Sports Day The Press The Days Quote It was one of our goals to have the best record in the league But we have a big ger San Antonio Spurs forward Sean Elliott In the news American Little League Standings of as April 19 Majors Team Dodgers Phillies Red Sox Twins Tigers Rangers Cardinals Astros Minors Yankees Athletics Angels Cubs Padres Marlins Royals Pee Wees Rockies Blue Jays Athletics White Sox Padres Cardinals Mets Orioles Expos Royals Twins Phillies Tigers Scores April 14 Majors Dodgers 19 Phillies 18 Pee Wees Orioles 15 Expos 11 W 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 3 2 3 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 L 1 1 2 3 2 4 3 4 0 1 1 1 2 3 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 Tigers 1 Astros 2 White Sox 5 Tigers 7 Monday April 17 Rangers Dodgers 15 Red Sox 3 Tigers 18 Astros 9 Pee Wees Cardinals 7 Expos 3 Tuesday April 18 Minors Yankees 4 Marlins 1 Cubs 9 Royals 5 Athletics 3 Angels 1 Pee Wees Twins 4 Mets 3 April 19 Majors Dodgers 7 Rangers 3 Phillies 12 Tigers 1 Cardinals 7 Twins 6 Pee Wees Blue Jays 7 New Braunfels invades Cougar Field Tigers By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor The image probably is still vivid in the players minds but it no doubt is a more soothing thought for the New Braunfels Unicorns For the Canyon Cougars it was tough to swallow Just two weeks ago the two teams hooked up in a game that left fans at Unicom Field on the edge of their seat With two outs in the top of the seventh Canyons Jerry Van Noy slid into home plate only split second before being tagged by Bradley Clark giving the Unicorns a 54 victory Since that game the Unicorns have gone 31 while Canyon has fallen 13 The scenario moves to Cougar Field today at 7 Both teams are coming off losses on Tues day The Unicorns dropped a 23 decision at Hays while the Cougars were dealt an 86 setback at Smithson Valley The Cougars face a more desperate situation than the Unicorns Though not mathematically eliminated from the playoff picture it would take a major turn of fortune for Canyon to work its way Smithson Valley falls to San Marcos In softball playoffs The Smithson Valley Rangers season came to an end Thursday njght against the the San Marcos Rattlers The Rangers district 535A runners up lost 111 as San Marcos scored seven runs in the fifth to pull ahead and end the game on the 10runrule The Rangers kept the game close at 31 until the final two innings Ace pitcher Karen McBride limited Smithson Valley to three hits Ranger pitcher Shelly Sauer 6 4 gave up only one run in the first four innings The Rangers return all but four players for next year IronKids Triathlon kicks off Saturday in San Antonio Youth ages 714 from the San Antonio area and New Braunfels area will swim bike and run their way to fun and physical fitness during the 5th Annual IronKids Bread Triathlon Every Kid is A is the theme of the event which kicks off at 8 at Palo Alto Community College It will end at about with the awards ceremony from 11 to Five winners will win trips to the National Championship in Atlanta beginning Sept 30 through Oct 1 Call 214 4439901 Baseball standings District 284A District Overall NewBraunlels 51 116 Hays 51 145 Bastrop 33 98 Canyon 24 810 Lockhart 24 611 Smfthson Valley 15 710 Fridays games New Braunfels al Canyon 7 Smlthson Valley a Lockhart 7 Baslrop at Hays 7 back into the district race Still both coaches know the records and standings arc meaningless when the crosstown rivals meet For New Braunlcls a win keeps them at least on pace with Hays for first place A loss would give the Rebels the inside track to the 284A title with only three games left in the season The Unicorns will start ace pitcher Jeff Gon zales 50 al the mound Canyon is expected to go with Reagan George or Van Noy Its a big game but at this point in the season they are all big NB Coach Ncal Miller said HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Brette Parrish and the Canyon Cougars look to slide back into the win column tonight against the New Braunfels Unicorns The game starts at 7 at Cougar Field Chaffe receives Hyman volleyball award By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Bonni Chaffe a former New Braun fels volleyball play er recently received the prestigious Flo Hyman Award at the annual Texas University sports banquet Laurie Corbelli womens vol Bonni Chaffe leyball coach who presented the award said the recognition goes to the player who demonstrates courage determination and overall Flo Hyman a Olympic volleyball player who died in 1986 during competition in Japan was considered by many as the top female volleyball player in the world Hyman died of Marian Syndrome a dis ease that weakens connective tissue of the heart Corbelli was a teammate of Hyman on the team which won the silver medal in 1984 If she was alive today there would still be an award in Flos honor because she was tru ly an outstanding volleyball player and per son who overcame many obstacles in said Corbelli who established the award The award in her memory is a tribute and no one on the team is more deserving than Bon ni She has shown great improvement and perseverance She also is an excellent stu Chaffe who played at NBHS under Coach Claudia Perry from 199193 was a member of the bidistrict finalist team in 1991 In her senior year she was named to the allarea team by the SanAntonio Express News As a 510 outside hitter at Chaffe is expected move into the front row of the Lady Aggies lineup this year She is currently studying architecture Low to the plate HeraldZeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Yvette Villanueva of the New Braunfels Green Machine underhands a pitch aiming for the lower strike zono during secondinning action against the Marion Royals on Thursday The 1314 yearold Pony League pit players were competing among fastpitch Softball squads at Comal Park Fields Spurs notch NBAbest 60th win By JAIME ARON AP Sports Writer DALLAS AP On a night when San Antonio coach Bob Hill shouldve been celebrating his teams 60th victory and homecourt advantage throughout the playoffs he had to deal with another Den nis Rodman problem Hill limited Rodman to only nine min utes in the Spurs 112111 victory Thurs day night over the Dallas Mavericks that clinched the NBAs best record this sea son then accused his temperamental for ward of not trying Guys who dont play sit Hill said He wasnt here If he doesnt want to play hard weve got other guys who In those nine minutes before his home town crowd Rodman gathered two per sonal fouls and a technical When he entered the game for the first time midway through the second quar ter his shirt was untucked He seemed to saunter to the foul line and he slowly tucked it in while gazing around the are na Within two minutes he picked up his first foul Three minutes later Rodman was at the free throw line This was only Rodmans fifth game back since missing 14 games with a sep arated right shoulder He needs 10 more rebounds over the final two games for 800 this season which would qualify him for his fourth straight rebounding title Only Moses Malone and Wilt Chamber lain have ever won four straight We need to get Dennis back in the said point guard Avery Johnson who had 22 points and 11 assists Thursday Retama Parks Lanerie adds Cajun spice to jockey races Louisiana the state that brought us Mardi Gras Bourbon Street and jambalaya is also known for pro ducing some of the best jockeys in the country Prominent jockeys such as Kent Desormeaux Eddie Delahoussaye Randy Romero Mark Guidry Calvin Borel Ronald Ardoin and Ray Sibille all learned their crafts riding in the Bayou state and have utilized those skills throughout the nations top racetracks to acquire fame and fortune Retama Parks current leading rider and Louisiana phenomena Corey Lanerie hopes to follow along the same path as his Louisiana brethren And if the first two weeks of Retama Parks inaugural Thoroughbred meet ing are any indication of his talents the 20yearold Lanerie could be well on his way to a promising career Heading into the third week of racing at Retama Park Lanerie sits atop the jockey standings with eight wins in 30 starts accounting for an impressive 26 per cent win rate The Lafayette native won the Tejas Stakes aboard Sauvage Isnt Home on opening night April 7 He then followed that feat with a hat trick by winning three races on Saturday April 15 That just surprised Lanerie said in his thick cajun accent I wasnt waiting for it I was just hoping that I could do Performing wel is an understatement considering that this is only his second full year of riding the Texas cir cuit Launching his Texas invasion last fall at Sam Houston Race Park Lanerie rose from relative obscu rity al the start of the 19941995 meeting to finish sec ond behind veteran journeyman Ricky Frazier in the jockey standings I was there for the entire Lanerie when I got there I was like a stranger to everybody 1 was only riding maybe two or three horses a clay Then Stakes featured at Retama Park Highlighting the weekends events at Retama Park will be the Cascaron Stakes and the Cash Carpnes promotion prj Saturday April 22 Live racing at the new Thoroughbred racetrack located in northeast San Antonio will resume today In the spirit of Resta San Antonios weeklong celebration and to celebrate the running of the Cascaron Stakes Retama Park will be giving away cash to one lucky fan Every guest that enters Retama Park on April 22 will receive an entertowin coupon and cas carones Finalists will be drawn after each of the first six races to repre sent a horse in the Cascaron Stakes which is the seventh being selected the finalist will cheer their horses on from the winners circle I think people there started to see that 1 could ride a little bit My agent Shawn Bcrquisl knew the people there and started getting me on some horses We just started doing better from Born in Lafayette Lanerie spent his youth on the backslretch at Evangeline Downs where his father Gerald trained horses Following in the family tradition young Lanerie also migrated towards horse racing as he began to gallop horses al the age of nine After receiv ing his riding education while galloping al John Franks from in Opelousas Louisiana and riding match races in Duson Louisiana Lanerie attained his jockeys license in 1990 at Evangeline Downs Eventually Lanerie made the move to Texas Its a move he doesnt regret although he misses his family in Louisiana He is likely to stay in the Lone Star state having gar nered quite a reputation with the trainers at Relama Park Hes a young kid but hes an excellent said trainer Ernest Richard who conditions Sauvage Isnt Home He fits Sauvage to a lee and he uses his head real good Hes going to lit in real well here in Surprise mom for Mothers Day by entering a photo of her the bids in the New Braunfels Herald Mom and Me contest The winning photo will be featured on the front cover of our tabloid AND IT COULD BE YOURS Besides mom would love winning prizes from The Retreat Salon Gifts and Glitter Plaza Diner Vollbrechts Pharmacy Hobby Lobby and Lenlses Floral What better way to show how much you appreciate your wife this Mothers Day Contest Rules in todays Herald page 6   

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