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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Thomas Godtey atxxil Sports Day call 6259144 ext 24 was fourth in the inches invites onty the NBHS seizes ct 2844 By THOMAS QOOLEY Sports Editor is open to the pub prizes raf fpdd and refreshments All season the New Braunfels Uni corns have been wearing a gold bead on their Softball shoes The symbol was kept a secret until Tuesday when the team returned victo rious from a dramitic extrainnings bat tle with Snrithson Valley After taking a 108 win and theDistrict 284A championship NBHS coach Cindy Matriey was ready to reveal the story behind the golden beads We put them there at the start of the season as a reminder that we were going for the Manley said Nobody expected us get this far No one picked us to win district but we did it And they did it in thrilling style Trail ing 87 in the top of the seventh inning the Unicorns stayed alive when Joy Orr smacked a line drive shot to right field The ball was mishandled in the outfield and Orr raced home for the tying run In the eighth inning playing under the international tiebreaker rale a runner is automatically placed on second Tammy Braune bunted Tuesday Cov ington to third base and Emilie Wotipka sacrifice bunted to give the Unicorns a 98 lead With two outs Jennifer Ybar ras driving grounder to shortstop brought in Braune to make it 108 The Rangers came back with runners at first and second and two out when Jenny Huckle drilled a line shot to third base Orr was there to make the catch and end the game The Unicorns were behind 62 in the third inning when Orr hit an inthepark homer that scored three runs Melinda Aguirre added two runs with a shot to the right center field fence to make it 76 The Rangers came back with two runs as Bethany Constable and Sarah Chapel lie crossed the plate on two errors putting Smithson Valley ahead 87 Both teams had eight hits but the Rangers had eight errors two more than the Unicorns The Canyon Cougarettes a 133 win ner over Bastrop will join the Unicorns as District 284A representatives in the playoffs The coaches will meet with District 274A coaches to determine sites and time for next weeks playoff games HeraWZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL April Tuch stretches for a throw at first base but not In time as the Ranger runner made ft safe is setting Discount Gold Cards aoVStionaJ fund raiser The card rnay be till National laPark Golf place Ev Dick Erjck jase Marge Rostetmundl Degenhardt Dorr wviarsOT Barb Baumeier Jutler Laura Schumacher place WafreriMeewes Leon Barb Baumeier 12th fondest Degenhardt 18th Jim Degenhardt Leon Baumeier Unicorns handle Rangers By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor As works of art go the victory over Smithson Valley wasnt one for the galleries but New Braunfels certainly has a place for it in their col lection Scoring four unearned runs in the first inning the Unicorns cruised tottheir second win in district nighf I We playedfgood encugh to win NBHS coach Neal Miller Eveiyone starts fresh in the second round Were back in With five games remaining the win keeps the Unicorns 712 23 in the middle of the district race SVHS pitcher Josh Harris struck out 10 batters but the Ranger defense committed six errors that led to seven unearned runs Aaron Moore went six innings and allowed one run for the Unicorns Will McGuffey got the save Third baseman Grant Hill was the defensive standout wiffiseveh infieW stops and throwouts Bradley Clark got tie only bases hit of the night when he smacked a double to left field in the sixth inning Joe Sbsa went 2fbr5 Carlos DeLa Cerda had an RBI single in the third inning Cougars halt Bears in 9th By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor Coaches and faculty members honored for excellence iri basketball base r Sports Banquet at Canyon High Improved Henze v Most Valuable Defensive Player 7 Ricky Boehfe team Johnson Keresztury HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Grant Hill had one of six hits for the in a 101 win over Smithson Valley Brandon Coxs oneout single in the ninth inning broke a 99 tie and gave the Canyon Cougars their fourth district win on Tuesday night at Cougar Field The victory keeps the Cougars 127 firmly in second game behind Hays in the District 284A standings It wasnt the prettiest win but we came back hits Ricky Boehle went 5for6 Van Noy was 4 and battled in a seesaw Canyon coach for5 with two RBI Cox was five for six with Ralph Behrend said Its a win we really 3RBI The Bears led 98 in the seventh inning when Todd Swint hit a line drive to left field scoring Jerry Van Noy and tying the game In the sixth inning Van Noy singled to bring in Brette Par rish tying the game at 88 Van Noy earned the win at the mound Cox entered in the third inning Johnny Zunker took over in the fifth inning Reagan George closed out the game in the eighth inning 1 Three Cougar batters collected more than four NB American Little League sop innings BrookRadla Royals vjifrttf H4 H Apnl4 Wills 10 Phillies 4 W James Green L Brian CaWNvell 2 m ixtifom nft ttlple the Zack lr Jf JN I 5 W 1 siC X i f xfc flv r v yv f N From staff reports The following are individual high scores for OK week of March 29April 6 at Comal Bowl tones in New Braunjels Jason Steffek 270 game one 247 Jr Bob Diet fchn Boggs Jr Ctwik Hirtw w J John Qiier Michael Peter George Lombardo Ed Maloy Earl Taylor Rory Lowe 227 582 Dave Albrecht SGrant Howard Ljp George Page Jim Carl HilJajd w Prime Timers Melba Kraft 177 gajne one 220 game Ortega Lenda Yasin Dee Hahn Shirley Lowrie Cary Pat Annette Gass Loralei Tammy Petty JoAnne McWhorter Carol Franz Millie Hoffman Kathy Marwa Bobbie Salch Katie Faust Jimmy Olson rs Majors Katie Faust Susan Barnes Jimmy R Casen TVL League AU Stars c Susan Vaiwie Brittany Jimmy Olson Jinwty Olson Brandon turn Burness Charles Brandon
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