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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas                                April 7A CONTINUED FROM ftp 6A Canyons Irwin gets help from defense long single when Ramirezs throw from left blocked his but was caught stealing on Ogles throw to shortstop Chad Kruse at Andres Rivera walked and stole sec but Hollimon tagged him as he strayed off the bag at second on what he thought was a foul tip by Zac Jewett got to second via a throwing error and got to third on Cody Kunzes long single to But Jewett decided to test Figols arm and go for where the throw came in time for Ogle to nail him two steps short of the From there both hurlers settled into a Lowry retired 12 straight including who got caught trying to stretch a sin gle into a double while Irwin allowed one hit in the retired Clemens in order in the fifth and allowed an error and walk in the But Canyon got unglued in the bottom of the Ramirezs towering shot over the right field wall his eighth of the second put Canyon up Figols fourth dinger of the season also brought in pinchrunner Collier for a 70 Irwin gave up a walk and sin gle in the top of the but Lowrys shot to first was cleanly fielded by Ryan Sin who stepped on the bag and twirled to catch Fry going to second to complete they hit the bail a lot but they hit it at us arid we made some great Irwin We didnt let them string too many of them The double play at theend and some errors they made on the bases helped Irwin 60 walked just two and hit a but finished with seven He kept the ball down low and did what he needed to Garza And he field ed his position well three ground ball Thats something a lot of guys dont do hes an extra inflelder for Lowry 34 fanned walked two and also had a hit He had pitched the final frame of the loss to Lehman and has been the Buffs goto guy all but Clemens couldnt deliver When you let teams have extra chances such as the foul ball we missed at third in the first take Clemens coach Rodney Williams We had a chance in the when we had runners at sec ond and third with one but our leading RBI man couldnt get it In a game like this you have to take advantage of every opportu nity you Williams said although his team has five district die Buffs arent out of But they will be if they cant get MNUNOA Canyons Ramirez slugged his eighth home run of the season in the Cougars 70 their bats Weve got a seniorladen team that knows if we can get something we can take it from he Well see what we can do in the next With only one district Canyon is sitting right where it wants to be as play begins in the second Were in the running for a playoff and thats our first Garza We just need to keep after it and keep winning The Cougars will play at Steele at 7 Lehman 1 The Unicorns won their third consecutive game in a rout of the Lobos at Unicorn Caleb Curtis was 3 for 4 with a tworun homer Clay ton Mott was 2 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs scored Ryan Perez was 1 for 2 with two runs and Micah Herring was 1 for 4 with two RBIs and a Kyle Richey 43 threw a twohitter for New He allowed one unearned walked one and struck out pitched great New Braunfels coach Doug Edwards He only allowed two which is always He didnt have a lot of but we played great defense behind After two scoreless New Braunfels blew the game open with six runs in the The Unicorns 165 52 in District 264A scored two runs on three con secutive as Mott had a tworun followed by Herrings tworun single and punctuated with Curtis long New Braunfels added four more in the fourth for a 100 Lehman 910 25 in District 264A scored its lone run in the and one more Unicorn crossed home in the The big offensive outing was a wel come sight for Weve been struggling at the To break out of mat tonight was Edwards New Braunfels will host Clemens at 7 Roosevelt 1 SAN ANTONIO The Rangers moved a full game ahead of Reagan for first place in District 265A after their trouncing of the host Rough Helped by four Roosevelt Smithson Valley 18 6 91 in District 26 5A scored its runs on 10 Jonathan Rosfeld was 3 for 5 with a pair of triples and three RBIs Josh Jahns was 1 for 3 with a tworun homer and Ryan Morrow was 1 for 2 with an The Rangers scored four runs in the first inning and scored four more with two outs in the second keyed by Rosfelds threerun triple for an early 80 Roo sevelt 617 29 in District 265A scored its only run in the while Smithson Valley added two in the sixth and three in the Dominic Hamilton 21 got a rare start for the He struck out two and allowed one run in five Rosfeld pitched the final two innings and had three Smithson Valley will host Madison at 7 Rangers coach Chad Koehl said a win over the Mavericks would leave his team in a nice spot over the final weeks of the Im real Were sit ting pretty good right Koehl With a win against Madison and one I think thatll put us in the SOFTBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Cougarettes stage comeback for victory Melanie Madero 164 pitched a complete game for the She struck out five and allowed four hits an no earned She did a pretty good Handle said of his She got injured in practice yester day and we werent even sure she was going to be able to play but she went the full nine Stephanie Peace was 3 for 4 with three runs and an RBI and Meagan De La Garza was 3 for 5 with three Wall finished the game 2 for The win gave Canyon which went into Tuesdays game tied with Hays for sec ond big threegame lead over Clemens in the race for the It was a huge Ran dle We opened up that gap a little bit Canyon will play at Steele at NB Lehman Unicorns did not need to put many bats on the ball to end Tuesdays game they worked the took some free bases and came up with time ly New Braunfels scored its 16 runs on only six hits but walked 13 times in the win over the Lady Lobos 619 010 in District We were looking for some thing to hit and we couldnt find it New Braunfels coach Una Salazar We were We did nt swing at the stuff in the dirt Thirteen walks is a lot of I wasnt giving them the take Salazar We were actually looking for something to They were just being smart up Kristin Wersterfer was 2 for 3 with three RBIs for New Braunfels 2343 100 in District Amanda Miller was 2 for 2 with two RBIs and Maddie Lock was 1 for 2 with three runs Nikki Sanchez 51 pitched all three fanning eight of the nine batters she She had a great Salazar She hit her spots and kept them off New Braunfels will host aemewsw SV Wagner SAN ANTONIO The Rangers just keep mowing them down in District Smithson Valley routed the Lady Thunderbirds in five innings to push their record to 241 overall and 130 in 26 Megan Turk was 3 for 5 Dominique Salazar was 3 for 5 with an RBI Kaylen Skinner was 4 for 5 with an RBI Kylie Tirado was 2 for 2 and Megan Whistler was 2 for 3 with an Mallory Meyers got the win for the Rangers and struck out flve Wagner 518 2 10 in 265A Smithson Valley will host Lee at 6 DISTRICT 2MA AND 265A GOLF RESULTS Those are the firstround results from the DWrict 264A gotf tourna ment at Starcke Park in Seguhi and the District 265A goM tournament at Pecan Valley in San Antonio OSTTOCTM4A CURLS TEAM LNewBraunteto 342 Canyon 397 Del Vale 453 Steele 483 Morris Canyon 75 dement 79 NB 79 Ashley Patterson NB 84 NB 66 Canyon 91 Shefcy Stevens NB 94 aKeWeCeaHlo Canyon 96 Shea Parker NB 99 Whitney Shefton 126 BOV8 TEAM Canyon A A Canyon B Devin Jackson 06 Zsch Murray 93 PaulFtores 115 300 316 330 331 331 LOeyHotoomb Canyon 72 Canyon 73 77 Gomez 80 h Marshal Fetenenn 80 Devon Owens 86 AK noDanusmcn w McOonal 87 Justin Beschy 97 NB Jamie fuNerton 93 Merfctth Buok 106 NB 76 Canyon 79 Fuquay NB 79 mMalFeknam hB 79 NB 78 v0vjBfiMeWf KytoStdnner 81 JarnjaDuwf 62 Snawn Bennett 63 Rusty Steuot 6fi TEAM MDMOUAL 306 309 312 316 Corey Pieper 73 Isaac idsMn 76 COACH CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Succeeds legendary coach Conradt search committee and toured the Longhoms foot practice Texas is considered one of nations best programs with its firstrate facilities and a recruiting pipeline to Texas high Goestenkors already has established herself with those signing Ail American senior Lindsey Harding out of the Houston Conradt spent 31 seasons at Texas and won her only national championship in when the Longhorns went She retired with a career record of 900306 in 38 seasons at Sam Houston TexasArlington and Conradt and Tennessees Pat Summitt are the only Division I coaches with 900 or more but the Longhoms last made the Final Four in That tradition seemed to intrigue who coached the Blue Devils to four Final Fours and two Lady Vols crowned NCAA champs CLEVELAND one is gazing up at good ol Rocky Top After a nineyear title Tennessee and coach Pat Summitt are NCAA The Lady Vols captured an elusive seventh national title Tuesday beating Rut gers to the ball for second and third shots in a 5946 win to reclaim their customary place above all other Rutgers coach Vivian Stringer had hoped to win her first 25 years after her first national title Summitt won her 20 years after her first I cant even describe said Tennessees AllAmerican Candace This is what everyone came to Tennessee to and we did Parker scored 17 points to lead the Volunteers but the most outstanding player got plenty of help from Shan non Bobbitt and a support ing cast of lessheralded team who too often mis sea son stood around and watched Not this The Lady trophyless in their past five tournament wanted mis Almost from the they outworked the young Scarlet Knights who waited until the final game of an improbable tour nament run to show their After building a 16point lead and then holding off a late push by the Lady Vols could finally dribbling out the final 30 sec onds under the Rutgers bas When the final horn Dominique Red ding flung the ball high enough to hit the Scoreboard as Tennessees some in danced at midcourt as blue and gold con fetti fell from appearances in the national championship I know this was an extremely difficult decision for Duke president Richard Brodhead said in a but ultimately the lure of a new challenge outweighed her many ties at Her last Duke team was one of her The Blue Devils 322 won a schoolrecord 30 straight ended the reg ular season ranked 1 and held the top overall seed in the NCAA But they were upset in the regional semifinals by Rutgers in a 53 52 SPURS CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Oberto has double double in win Bowen tied his career high for His last which he hit from the corner with 5 minutes left in the gave the Spurs a 20 point Michael Finley hit three 3s to help die Spurs finish 9of 21 43 percent from behind the Seattle was 2of8 25 who started in place of had 13 points and has scored in dou ble digits in his last six Fabricio Oberto had 11 points and 10 rebounds for San Down 26 points to open the two short of their biggest deficit of the Seattle went on an 80 run to make it It was the clos est the Sonics got in the Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had subbed out all of his starters less than halfway through the Only starter Damien Wilkins remained in for Seattle until the GOLF CONTINUED FROM Page 6A NB Bteams also fare well He was 2under early in the round and could have gone really He hadarough spot with a water but he over came it and played solid golf the rest of the way And the two young Hay and really The Unicorns boys did not have a golfer in the top five but their consis tency and depth helped them keep up with Canyon in the first round Kevin Minges and Steven WUkgrson are New Bwunjels as each shot a while teammates Matt Feltmann and Michael Schram all tied one stroke We got off to kind of a slow start and finished Phair I think we can do a little bit better than but Im not unhappy with the position that were in right If we can stay consistent like we were then I think well be all right Canyon and New Braunfels fiekied two teams each at the district met and both B teams did The Unicorns second team shot a good far mild and the other Canyon squad tied Steele for fourth with a leader while MacArthur is third 312 and Reagan is fourth Cory Pieper leads Smithson Valley and is tied for the top spot individually with a He was real Smithson Valley coach Jimmy Kasch He shot an even par 36 on the ftont side and a twoover 37 on the He just stayed away from hav ing any bad The Rangers Isaac Mstein is three strokes back of with Cain Swjniers 78 and Jar rett Gottaniy 82 dose Kasch said he will need the same kinds of spores today in suuts u gwnt 111 San Antonios Pecan Smithson Valley is in second alter t hotly contested ftftt The Rangers total of 309 is three strokes behind If we play as well as we did then well have a chance to hana in Kasch wM TW And I think we can play that iRFAT FOOD AND I KINK   

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