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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas March 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Page 9A BASEBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 8A NB makes up nine run deficit we had definitely made it fall The way I had it they had one earned Richey recorded one out before Edwards pulled him out of the game after he allowed two hits in the wild Edwards said there were no underlying problems with his pitcher it just was not his For him to struggle like that is very Edwards He wanted the ball and I appreciated He would have stayed out there if I would have let Hes not going to throw in the towel just because of the Edwards saw plenty of good things from his team after the First especially from Micah The junior replaced Richey and pitched the rest of the He gave up four four two walks and struck out three in 6 Ive thrown Micah a few times and never had him go that Edwards I was glad to see he has the stamina to do that and pitch as well as he did against a great hitting baseball Herring also led die way for the going 3 for 4 with four RBIs and two AH the Unicorns offense notched 12 hits against Rat tlers pitchers Casey Selsor and Taylor Cody Miller was 3 for 5 with three runs for the Unicorns Kurtis Kostan was 1 for 3 with two runs and an RBI Caleb Curtis was 1 for 3 with a run Ryan Perez was 1 for 4 with two RBIs and Rey Rosales was 1 for 4 with a In the bottom of the first the New Braunfels 103 offense immediately started to chip away at the Reagan Kostan started the bottom of the first with a walk and Miller followed with a Her ring knocked in Kostan with a single down the left field and Perez had a twoRBI triple to score Herring and Miller and cut the deficit to An RBI single from Kostan scored Rosales in the and Calvin Hoffmans sacri fice fly in the fourth plated Miller to make the score The Rattlers increased their lead to 115 with runs by Grant Harrelson and Jonathan Metz in the The Unicorns responded in the sixth as a Herring double scored Kostan and and SOCCER CONTINUED FROM Page 8A Canyon girls in playoffform of Heights which also lost its second game and tiebreaker edge Heights also has yet to play its second game against unbeaten Dripping This win gives us a good opportunity to finish Gold New Braunfels WimberleyO The Unicorns strapped it on the Lady Texans in their first game without their former coach Under the direction of assis tant Gary the Uni corns 1182 overall 761 in District 274A had all they needed in the first two min Julissa Leal scored two minutes into the and Kirsten Diaz added goals in the fifth and ninth Leal scored her second goal with left in the first Leading 40 after the top scorer Michelle who had two assists to that scored on an assist from Danielle who was moved from goalie to forward for the second Also recording assists for New Braunfels were Emily Voges and Standouts included Beth Beth Leland and Abigail Van Win Wimberley fell to 4131 overall and 2111 against the Hpore CONTINUED FROM Page 8A falls UT survives Baylor games in the dating to February Despite a fourthplace finish and 106 league skep tics remain about whether Kansas State deserves what would be its first NCAA tourna ment berth since Some had labeled the game between the Wildcats andTexasTech 21 12 as a de facto elimination game for an NCAA although league coaches have insisted that shouldnt be the We just knew that we had our backs against the wall and we needed another you to help us get in the NCAA Harris We came out and just played like After the both Kansas State coach Bob Huggins and Texas Tech coach Bob Knight campaigned for each others teams to join the Big 12s top three Texas and Texas in the 65 team NCAA 2 Kansas Oklahoma 47 OKLAHOMA CITY don Rush scored 16 points and ignited Kansas after an unin spired first lifting the Jay hawks past Rush started Kansas 182 sec SOFTBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 8A Madero leads Cougarettes to win way Defensively we were per and Nikki threw a great The Unicorns will play at Clemens at 7 Canyon Clemens 1 SCHERTZ Melanie Maderos threerun homer in the third inning and her nine strikeouts on the mound helped the Cougarettes 136 overall 21 in 264A bounce back from their loss to Hays AREA CONTINUED FROM Page 8A NB girls golfers burn up course Club of Texas on Patterson shares the lead with Pflugerville Hendricksons Shannon The Uni corns girls team leads the event with a seven strokes better than Austin Lake Travis Yoakum 334 is in NB golf coach Glenn Phair said the Unicorns total was the best girls round in school his Pattersons total was her lowest single round of the sea Canyons Carole Norris shot a 71 and is two strokes Other New Braunfels golfers included Liz Kensing Kelsey Lynch Shelby Stevens 85 and Meredith Buck The tournaments final round will be held Bowl for the Cure today Fiesta Lanes in New Braun fels is sponsoring a Bowl for the Cure scholarship tourna Herring later crossed home on an error to make the score Harrelson and Metz each scored again in the seventh to give Reagan a 138 and New Braunfels scored the games final run when Her rings RBI single plated The loss took the Unicorns out of the running to win the tourney Pflugerville 12 4 and Reagan both undefeated at the tourna will play at 1 while the Unicorns take on Boerne 96 at 4 Edwards said he was not too disappointed his team would not have the chance to win its home The goal is to prepare for district which begins on Monday and he said his team showed charac ter in how it battled back against the Even though we lost the ball I dont have any Edwards I was glad to see these kids not sit around and pout about at ninerun lead by the other We came back and ended up scoring nine so hats off to them for not just lying SOUTH SAN ROUND ROBIN league The Unicorns will play at Canyon at 7 Canyon Alamo Heights 0 SAN ANTONIO Time is running out on the who needed a win to deter mine their playoff Now theyre going to need a little We played but once again we couldnt Canyon coach Rob Rush We had two real good oppor tunities that were but still couldnt Tyler Krug and goalie Steven Schriewer led Canyon 782 overall 662 in 274A on Alamo Heights 653 scored a goal that was called back shortly into the The tie elevaflld New Braun Smithson Valley Southwest 0 SAN ANTONIO Smith son Valley baseball coach Chad Koehl didnt have much to say following the Rangers 54 loss to Southwest on He was feeling a lot better as the Rangers swept both of their ing avenging Thursdays loss to the Dragons to win their pool and advance to todays championship We did a much better job Koehl Im extremely proud of the After we lost we approached this as a twoout ofthree I challenged them to win every and we won every inning but one They competed and compet ed and we played true Smith son Valley baseball The Rangers 114 strapped it on the Dragons from the scoring two in the four in the second and five more in the Ben Wood chick 30 struck out five and allowed only two Jonathan Rosfeld had a two run triple in the second and Ryan Morrow was 2 for 2 with two Trey Asberry had an RBI double and David Pawelek also had two singles for the who finished fels into third place and dropped Canyon into fourth or depending on Tivys outcome on Canyon ends the season at Fredericks burg on March We have to beat New Braunfels on Tuesday and hope for Tivy to beat New Braunfels next Rush Its mathematically pos sible but not really BOYS New Braunfels Wimberley 2 WIMBERLEY Uni corns got a huge boost by the MulesCougars tie and a win of their Now all they have to do is win their final two games to reach the Felipe Dominguez and Irvin Luna each scored twice and had an assist as the Unicorns with eight The Rangers got their offense in gear to defeat Har landale in the first Dominic Hamilton hit two triples and a double to finish 3 for 3 with two RBIs and a run scored Asberry had a tworun hit and two RBIs for Smith son Newcomer Chris Vickers 1 0 struck out three and walked five in four innings to get the Ryan Wagliardo fanned three and walked two in two Chris really did a heck of a job in his first game with the Koehl said who was called up from the JV earlier this We did a lot better job at the plate than weve been doing die past few The Rangers will play McCollum at today at A win advances them to the title game a loss sends them to the thirdplace contest at 3 GULF COAST INVITATIONAL Canyon Angleton 2 ANGLETON The Cougars 121 defeated the Wildcats to move to 21 in Gulf Coast Invitational Starting pitcher Chris Grif fin threw six innings and got outlasted the scrappy who had a chance to get with in but missed a penalty kick in the 58th Matt Abrahamsen and Miguel Loyola had the other firsthalf assists for New Braunfels 954 overall 74 3 in which led 31 at Wimberley 0131 scored on a header in the 15th minute and again in the 53rd But New Braunfels went up by two when Robert Edwards scored after an assist by Jacob Castilleja in the 70th Before the game we talked about getting off to a fast We wanted to come out and put the thing away and we did we scored three goals in the first six New Braunfels coach Larry Schaffer ondhalf run with a reverse and added a 3pointer and a pair of free throws before the topseeded Jayhawks 284 took it to another eventu ally leading by as many as 24 while Oklahoma struggled to make a Coach Bill Self picked up his 100th win in four seasons at Longar Longar had 13 points and 14 rebounds for which was held to its lowest scoring output this Oklahoma State 7 Texas 56 OKLAHOMA CITY Boggan scored from the right block with seconds left to give Oklahoma State a victory over Texas in the Big 12 earlier in the Canyon finished with four hits and no errors Clemens 12 had five hits and two Madero went all seven innings for Canyon and didnt allow a Her home run brought in Amy Mosley and Meagan De La The Cougarettes will host Steele at 7 ment benefiting the Susan Komen foundation today at 10 Engtry fees are for adults and Bowlers are asked to bring items for a silent auction during the Call Boggan and David Monds scored 11 points apiece to lead the Cowboys who ral lied from nine points down in the second half and won after trailing at halftime for only the second time in 11 chances this Joseph Jones led the Aggies 255 with 18 Carter scored 14 and Acie Law IV had 15 Texas Baylor 69 OKLAHOMA CITY Kevin Durant rebounded from a dis mal first half to score 29 points and grab 13 andTexas rallied from a 20point deficit to beat Baylor in the Big 12 quarter Seldomused Craig Winder scored eight including a basket with left that put the thirdseeded Longhorns 238 the win and Ben Nelson pitched the Ramirez was 2 for 4 with a threerun Cade Gaddy went 2 for 3 and Trenton Irwin was 2 for Canyon will play Decatur at 2 THURSDAY Canyon Galveston Ball 5 Dickinson Canyon 7 ANGLETON The Cougars easily won their Gulf Coast but fell apart in the nightcap to suffer their first loss of the Ryan Sinclair won the first hurling five with newcomer Justin Kanas completing the mound chores for the Dal las Figol went 2 for 2 for The Cougars went through four pitchers and commit ted eight errors in the final Matt James went 3 for 4 with two RBIs Tyler Ogle was 2 for 4 and Figol was 2 for 3 with a pair of tworun home runs that didnt offset the gaffes in the Kyle Peace Trenton Irwin and Drew Hol limon pitched for Canyon We didnt play very well at Canyon coach Peter Garza Then we relaxed too much and got a little sloppy and gave up that We couldnt get momentum back after that and finished off the half With games remaining at home against Canyon and at New Braunfels controls whether it gets into the play The tie put us four points ahead of Canyon and three ahead of Alamo Heights with two games to Schaffer But we still have Canyon and Tivy and anything can But at least tonight the tie benefited us But weve still got to finish it out with two victories to assure ourselves of that play off TheUnicorns will host Canyon at 7 ahead for the first time since the 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