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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, May3,1995■ Herald-ZeitungIZA Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Day The Press I District 28-4A co-champions The Day’s Quote HT* Mi out to main Mw playoffs and Ad that. Wo also sot out to win district, and did that.” — MUHS Baseball Coach Neal Miller. In the news fMarion poll toumamont oat to fundi Mph school scholarships The Marion High School Scholarship Golf Tournament is scheduled for May 20 at 1 p.m. at NorthCliffe Country Club. Trophies will be awarded to the first, second and third place teams and winners in the ctosest-to-the-hole and long-drive competition. Raffle tickets can be purchased for a drawing to win a Rawlings driver. Proceeds WHI go to support scholarships for Marion High School students. Entry foe is $45 per player. Forms may be picked up at Vwroux Sporting Goods in New Braunfels, Lee’s Par 3 or Landa Park Golf Course in New Braunfels or by calling Steve Dement at 914-2803 or Kathy Reiley at 914-2275. NB Mklcflc School natters take accend ai cl strict tournament Both seventh and eighth grade teams placed second overall in the district tennis team competition. Seventh graders Kyle Kraft and Dallas Miller won district doubles. Bonnie GudgeN won district B singles. Ashley Brown took second place in A singles. Kelly Kone and Michael Kendall took second place in B doubles. Emily Seivers and Jamala Tucker won second place in A doubles, and Oliad Monlez was third in A singles. Denver Wallace won third in B singles. In eighth grade competition, Allison Miller took second place in A singles. Susie Hand was second in B singles. Lexi Hampel and Mauri Efoel took second place in A doubles. Cayce McNeil garnered second place B doubles. Larin McPeak and Amy Wyatt were third in B doubles. Jaime Aleman took fourth in sirv Distrtct goffer* md season al Landa Doff Como tourney New Braunfels Middle School hosted the district middle school golf tournament May 1 at Landa Park. Schools participating were New Braunfels. Smithson Valley, San Marcos, Saegert, Briesemeister, Kirby and Kitty Hawk. In the seventh grade boys' division, San Marcos took first place with a team score of 190, while New Braunfels captured second place with a score of 193. The New Braunfels seventh grade boys1 team consisted of Michael Schaeffer, Hagan Cohle, Garrett Sullivan, Josh Speck and Sondy Coker. Micheal Schaeffer was seventh grade district medalist with a 42. In the eighth grade boys* division, San Marcos took the top honors with a team score of 172. Smithson Valley finished second. New Braunfels placed fourth. Team members for New Braunfels were Steve Smith, Clifton Fischer, John Ray. David MendenhaB and David Brawner. Chris Weil of Smithson Valley was the eighth grade district medalist with a 37. In the girls division, New Braunfels captured the district championship with a one stroke victory over Kirby. Participating in the girls division for New Braunfels were Cody Crandall. Laura Boutwell, Joy Orr, Sherry. Patrick and Alice Reeves Three of the five medals awarded to the girls went to New Braunfels golfers. Sherry Patrick received the second place medal, Joy Orr the third, and Laura Boutwell the fourth. Angela Trinidad of Kirby was the girls medalist with a 45. NBHS golf tourney Mi to benefit scholarship program New Braunfels High Athletic Booster Club is sponsoring its annual gulf tournament on Saturday, May 20 at the Chaparral Country Club in Seguin. There will be a four-man scramble beginning at 8:30 am All fund raised will be used for student scholarships. For more information, call Lew Simmonds at 625-5713 or Jeff Mund at 620-4839. Humnwl Charity golf avant sat for May IC at Chaparral The Hummel Museum will have its first annual Charity Golf Tournament on May 19 at Chaparral Country Club in Seguin. The Hummel Museum is a non-profit organization. For more information, Call Frank Schaeffer at 609-5131. By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Before a packed crowd on Parent's Night at Unicom Field, New Braunfels muscled its way to a 12-6 victory over the Smithson Valley Rangers and captured a share of the District 28-4A title. The win creates a tie atop the standings and sets up a district playoff between New Braunfels and Hays, an 8-7 winner over Lockhart in IO innings Tuesday night. The teams will play Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. NBHS Coach Neal Miller, taking the Unicorns to their second consecutive playoff berth, said the team reached its two main goals. "We set out to make the playoffs and did that. We also set out to win district, and did that," Miller said. "It’s kind of bittersweet because we would have liked to win it outright, but it speaks well of our district and how well teams played. "Our guys faced a lot of adversity this year and came through with a strong season. They can be real proud." Regardless of Saturday's outcome, the Unicorns have etched a place in district history as co-champions. The playoff game against Hays only decides the matchups between the District 28-4A and 27-4A representatives. Should the Unicorns win, they would face Kerrville, the 27-4A runner-up team. A loss pits the Unicorns against No. 1-ranked Boerne. For now the players are savoring a hard- Line sc OTP Smithson Valley OOO 1140— 6 8 5 New Braunfels 722 2420— 12 12 3 fought win over the Rangers. Jeremy Moeller put the wheels in motion in the second inning, hitting a two-run double that scored Carlos DeLa Cerda and Jesse Delgado for a 2-0 lead. Jeff Gonzales, who went 3 for 4 in the game with two doubles, hammered a solo home run over the left field wall to make it 3-0 in the third. Moments Erie Martinez got a stand-up double which brought in Johnny Reyes, and the Unicorns appeared ready to coast at 4-0. The game took a slight detour as pitcher Cody Hartman put the Rangers on the scoreboard with a sacrifice fly that scored David Mangan. The Unicorns padded the lead with a run in the fourth inning when Gonzales hit a double to bring in Hector Molina. Sean Everest singled to score Brian Enderlin and put it at 6-2. New Braunfels pulled away with four runs in the fifth inning as Delgado doubled to score De La Cerda, then came home on a catcher's error. The Rangers mounted a brief rally in the sixth inning. Brett Lain’s sacrifice bunt scored Matt Ramsey. Enderlin singled to drive in Lain, and Brian Henderson singled to score Enderlin. Jason Troncale then put the score at 10-6 with an RBI single. Pitching six innings, Molina earned the win and boosted his record to 5-2 before Chris Gonzales took over in relief. • <* * Herald-Zeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Jeff Gonzales crosses the plate and takes high fives from teammates after belting a solo home in the third inning Tuesday night at Unicom Field. New Braunfels beat Smithson Valley 12-6. Chris Covington circles the bases during fourth inning action ofCanyon’s 8-7 win over the Bastrop Bears Tuesday night at Cougar Field. Canyon rides out on a wave Spurs take series 3-0 By AARON J. LOPEZ Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) — After a season in Italy, San Antonio coach Bob Hill returned to what he thought were better-behaved fans in the NBA. He may have a different outlook after the Spurs' series-clinching victory over the Denver Nuggets. Hill survived a trash-throwing crowd, and the Spurs survived a furious fourth-quarter comeback Tuesday night as San Antonio beat Denver 99-95 to complete a three-game sweep of the their first-round playoff series. Seah Elliott’s dnving layup with 33 seconds was the difference in a game marred by five technical fouls and a fan outourst following the ejection of Denver coach Bernie Bickerstaff late in the second quarter. Cups, crumpled paper balls and even a pair of dice came Hying from the crowd, and Hill was hit in the head by some of the debris. "Coming in here, I knew it would be a very hostile environment, but that was the most hostile environment I’ve been in —-in America,’’ said Hill, who spent the 1988-89 season coaching in Italy. "To throw something to hurt someone, that just doesn’t make any sense." Elliott took advantage of the tight calls, scoring 14 of his 18 points from the free throw line. His first miss of the night came after his layup, and Denver had a chaute to tie the game, bul Mahmoud Ahdijl Rauf missed a 20-footer. By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor For the second straight game in a week, Jerry Van Noy provided the heroics to lift the Canyon Cougars through a close district contest With bases loaded in the thud inning and the Bastrop Bears leading 4-1, the junior pitcher connected on a grand slam dial proved to be the difference Tuesday night in an 8-7 win at Cougar Field. The outcome marked the Cougar's second consecutive win and Van Noy’s second game in a row with a borne run. Against Lockhart on Friday he smashed a two-run shot in the seventh inning dial gave Canyon a 7-5 win. Though the season ends at 4-6 in district and 10-14 overall, Canyon Coach Ralph Behrend hopes the late-season momentum carries over to 1996 "It's good to end the season on a positive note," Behrend said. "We have three good pitchers in Reagan (George), Brandon (Cox) and Jerry returning next year, so we feel like we should do well." Five starters in all will be hack for Canyon next season. Van Noy pitched the entire seven innings against Bastrop, scattering five bks and keeping the Bears off balance throughout the game Bastrop mounted a brief rally in the sixth inning, pulling to within one run after catcher Alex Pina scored on an error Van Noy worked his way out of the inning and closed out the game The Bears scored one run in the first and second innings and two runs in the third and fourth. Canyon Baseball final standings I District 28-4A District Overall New Braunfels 8-2 14-7 Hays 8-2 16-6 Bastrop 4-6 10-10 Lockhart 4-6 9-11 Canyon 4-6 10-13 Smithson Valley 2-8 8-13 Tuewiaya games New Braunfels 12, Smithson Valley 6 Canyon 8, Bastrop 7 I j Hays 8, Lockhart 7 added a tun in the fifth to tie the sew at 6-6 The third-inning grand slam was set up when Chris Covington led off with a single Jason Shields got a sacrifice bunt to move the runner to second. Ricky Boehle then reached on an error, and Brette Parrish singled to load the bases. Van Noy went 2 for 3 in the game. Parrish was 2 for 3 with an RBL and Marc Castilleja was 2 for 4 with an RBL Ricky Boehle had two hits on three plate appearances.    t "We gave up some errors but had a good batting night to pull out the win," Behrend said. “We connected at the plate throughout the game." Bastrop started with pitcher Kevin Hoftrnann and brought in Nathan Mican in the fourth inning. 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