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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                HefaldZeitung a Sunday March p 7 A Sports Day Panthers Tigers top NB tourney It A i f X V X V X X X A A From staff reports The Pflugerville Panthers and Consolidated Tigers advanced to the championship game of the New Braun fels Baseball Tournament on Saturday Panther pitcher Mario Ramos hurled a onehitter in a 40 win over the Temple Wildcats in the semifinal round and stifled Corpus Christi King 51 to set up the championship game at Uni corn Field New Braunfels 26 suffered three losses in the threeday tournament falling 116 to Temple 145 to George town and 42 to Pleasanton The Canyon Cougars 54 opened with a 32 win over Pleasanton then droppeed two games 52 to Pflugerville on Thursday and 50 to Round Rock Westwood on Saturday In the final game Patrick Hinojosa started at the mound for the Cougars He went four innings before giving way to Johnnie Zunker who limited state ranked Westwood to one run the rest of the way Canyons next game is at Kerrville Tivy on Tuesday at 7 On Friday against Georgetown the Unicorns gave up seven runs on six hits and five errors in the top of the third inning which led to a 102 deficit Kennyn Carley sparked the Unicorn offense with a triple a double and two RBI The Eagles had 14 hits The Unicorns rebounded with a solid game on Saturday but still came up short 42 to Pleasanton at Cougar Field Unicorn baseball tourney First round Temple 11 New Braunfals 8 Canyon 3 PfeasarUdn 2 Pflugerville 6 Boerns 2 Westwood S Georgetown 2 Consols Taylor 3 15 teancter 4 Second round Georgetown 14 NowBraurtfete 5 WfugeMlleS Canyon 2 Temple Westwood 10 Temple Pffugetvllfe 4 Temple 0 Third round Pleasanton 4 New Braurtfels 2 Westwood 5 Canyon 0 Cons 5 King 1 Cougarettes Unicorns open with softball wins From Staff reports Mike Chapa and Chad Wehe com bined to pitch a sixhitter against the Eagles New Braunfels collected 10 hits but left 10 runners on base On three seperate occassions Uni corns stranded runners at second and third base Even so NBHS coach Neal Miller said the team played well and made progress in the tournament I think the players regained some confidence in the last Miller said We still made some errors but everyone is keeping their heads up and looking to move in the right direction We should be getting some key play ers like Will McGuffey back in the line up pretty soon which will help us down the TheUnicorns next game is at Austin Travis 0 HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL New Braunfels Chad Wehe collides at the plate with Georgetown catcher Luis DelValle Wehe was called safe but the Unicorns lost 145 in the second round of the local tournament on Friday The Canyon Cougarettes rallied from a 50 deficit in the first inning and defeated the Smithson Valley Rangers 129 in the District 284A softball open er Canyon scored four runs in the second and third innings to take a 108 lead The Rangers held the edge in batting getting nine hits compared to Canyons eight Amber Heitkamp highlighted the Cougars offense by going 3for3 with a double two singles and five RBI Pitcher Jenise Harborth earned the win at the mound In other district action the New Braunfels Unicorns got off to strong start with a 105 victory over the Hays Consolidated Lady Rebels on Friday in Buda With the win the Unicorns ended a three game skid We wanted to start district with atti tude that it was a whole new NBHS coach Cindy Manley said This was a big win for the players to regain some New Braunfels scored eight runs in the fifth inning to turn a 31 deficit into an 93 advantage Rachel Green and Joy Orr each went 2for5 at the plate The Unicorns next play at Bastrop at 5 Tuesday Red Raiders hold off Horns for SWC title By DENNE H FREEMAN AP Sports Writer DALLAS Cory Carr scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half and Jason Sasser had 24 Saturday as No 7 Texas Tech rallied to defeat Texas 7573 in the championship game of the final Southwest Conference tournament The Red Raiders won their 21st con secutive game as they earned an auto jriatic bid to the NCAA tournament Techs record of 281 is the best in school history Texas which had won the last two tournaments dropped to 209 and was left to hope for an atlarge bid Tech had to sweat to the very end as Texas Reggie Freeman who scored 32 points and hit seven 3pointers missed the front end of a 1andl with seconds left The Raiders had built a 7568 lead with 45 seconds to play on a basket by Sasser Freeman hit a 3pointer and Sonny Alvarado scored a bucket to put Texas within two points Then Freeman made Techs Jason Martin missed four free throws in the final seconds to put the Raiders in a precarious predicament Tech didnt lead until Martin hit two free throws to give the Raiders a 6159 lead with to go After Freemans bucket tied it 6161 Carr hit a 3pointer and followed with another basket Martin was the only other Tech player in double figures with 10 while Kris Clack made 11 for the Longhorns Tech only shot 35 percent from the field to 43 percent for Texas The Raiders were only 2 of 18 from 3point distance Freeman opened the first half with a 3 pointer and closed it with another 3point aj buzzer as Texas claimed a 3428 halftime lead The Red Raiders shot only percent from the field It was only the fourth time all season Tech had trailed at halftime Freeman hit four 3pointers in the half and scored 20 points to lead the Long horns Carr had only three points at half time but was Techs goto man in the second half as the Raiders struggled from the field Tech swept Texas in two regular sea son games The Red Raiders won the very first SWC tournament in 1976 On Saturday they won the last before a crowd of in Reunion Arena Techs only loss this season was 9377 to Eastern Michigan on Dec 27 in the Sun Bowl tournament Tech was 140 in the regular season against SWC teams and 30 in the tour nament VVmter Special Holes Weekdays Incfudes Cart reen Knicks nix coach Nelson Heat to leave Miami for new arena NEW YORK AP For the second straight season Don Nelson was ousted after feuding with his players The Knicks fired Nelson and replaced him with Jeff Van Gundy 34 in his sev enth season as assistant coach New York lost Gundys debut 10092 in Philadel phia The Knicks who started the season 186 have lost 10 of 14 since the AllStar break and the blame fell on Nelson who was ousted by the Golden State Warriors last season Nelson signed a threeyear guaranteed contract worth more than million after Pat Riley resiped at the end of last sea son In almost 20 years as an NBA coach he has an 851629 record Van Gundy becomes New Yorks eighth coach in the last 10 years He was an assistant under five of them Rick Pitino Sru Jackson John MacLeod Riley and Nelson MIAMI AP Following the lead of the Florida Panthers the Heat announced its plan to move out of Miami and into a new arena in Broward County Heat owner Mickey Arisen agreed to a letter of intent with Broward County that would put the team in a proposed million arena by 1998 The Panthers have a similar agreement with Broward County though ownership is still up for grabs MEMPHIS Tenn AP Confer ence USA reprimanded Cincinnati coach Bob Huggins for his comments about officiating during the Bearcats 6259 overtime quarterfinal victory against Saint Louis Huggins team was called for 25 fouls to 18 for Saint Louis He repeatedly yelled at officials complaining how they were threatening to dump the tournaments top seed in its opening game FORT MYERS Fla AP The Boston Red Sox signed former NL MVP Kevin Mitchell to a deal which will pay him for each plate appearance up to 500 He can earn from to million With San Francisco in 1989 Mitchell won the NL MVP by batting 291 with 47 homers and 125 RBIs He has hit 220 homers in 10 majorleague seasons He played last year in Japan hitting 300 with eight homers and 28 RBIs in 130 at bats ORCHARD PARK AP Attempting to fill the hole in their 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