New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Za/fung, New Braunfels Texas
Wednesday, April 10, 1991
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Long doubles and Moreno singled to collect one run each, then Herring scored Long with a sacrifice fly to give Smithson Valley a 12-2 lead.
Bastrop prolonged the game with a run in the top of the fifth, with shortstop Skip McGill drawing a one-out walk and stealing second. He scored on Nathan Koi’s two-out single to right.
But Belcher scored the game-ending run in the bottom of the frame after draw walking for the second time. He moved to second when Gaw-lik reached on an error and scored off of Long’s second double of the night.
“Any time you can score in double digits, you’re doing a good job offensively,” Brown said. “We’ve done it in all of our district games now. Even the kids we brought in off the bench from JV have done a real good job.”
Smithson Valley completes the first half of district play at 7 p.m. Friday in Schertz against Clemens.
Henderson one theft short of record
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Twillte golf league forms
A planning meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. today at the Landa Park Golf Course pro shop for a Twilite League, which will begin in mid-May and continue through August. Teams represented at the meeting will have priority in the league.
Solms#1 wins Tri-County
The Solms #1 9-pin bol wing team won the Ladies Tri-County Trophy Bowling tournament Sunday at the Cibolo Bowling Club.
Members of the winning team arc captain Linda Printy, Bernice Jcntsch, Bridget Lehmann, Vivian Ott, Jane Rcinarz and Lorraine Zimmcrmann. The team bowled games of 240 and 249 to win the Comal County title in March, then bowled games of 216 and 226 to win the Tri-County title.
NB Boosters meet Monday
There will be a meeting of the New Braunfels High School Booster Club at 7:30 p.m. Monday in room B-17 of the school. It will be a general membership meeting with officers elected.
273 score wins Legends
The team of George Lancaster, Gene Nabcrs, Cliff Schrader and Bill Fairchild shot a 273 on Thursday to win the Landa Legends golf tournament.
In second place one stroke off the pace was the team of Glen Matney, Bob Grundon, Jack Ycamans and Jack Moore. In third with at 275 was the team of Henry Reeves. Bob Mag-nuson. Don Stevens and Tex Riner.
In individual play, Lancaster’s 64 won the A flight, Jerry Hylin took the B flight title with a 62, Ycamans won the C flight with a 65 and Bob Klic-foth won the D flight with his 62.
Hylin was closest to the pin on the seventh hole. Jack Parman was closest on the ninth, Mo Taylor was closest on the 12th and Klicfoth on the fifth. Team wins NBGA event by 2
The team of Chuck Dilly, Jerry Hylin, Ben Shefman and Bill Adkins shot a 61 on Saturday to take first place in the New Braunfels Golf Association’s four-man team, two better ball nine-hole draw tournament.
There was a three-way tie for second ai 63 between the team of Andy Villastrigo, Dave Moreno, Mike Cobb and Joe Bilio; the team of Frank Chapa, John McPherson, Bob Grundon and John Lea; and the team of Andy Ellard, Curt Hooker, Bill Lee and Ray Martinez.
Warren Hurst h^d the low gross score of 74. Jack A bsh ire was closest to the pm on the seventh and 12th holes and Bilio was closest on the ninth.
Team Rivas 2nd at regional
When it comes to winning, second place isn’t so bad, especially when it lakes the Louisiana Tech ’Iron Daw gs’ to beat you.
That was the case on Saturday when Team Rivas, a local powerlifting team, took second rn the Region VI meet rn Busier City, Louisiana.
“They won because they had more entries in more weight categories than we did," said Coach Pete Rivas, “but each of our team members brought home a trophy and thai tells you a lot about this team’s quality."
In tile women’s 132-pound division, Dawn Champion placed second. In die teenage boys 220-pound class, Ausun Moniarno took first and Gint Jeni&ch third. Also in the teenage division, 198-pound class, Larry Franz placed second
In the men’s open compeuuim, Franz placed third rn the 198-pound class, Marun E. Franz was fourth rn die 181-pound class and Dwayne Baker was lounh in the 161-pound class In the men’s masters, Martin H. Franz placed fourth in die 198-pound class.
“We’re trying to compete every four to six weeks, but it's tough since most of us work full-time jobs and some of the team members ... also go to college full time,” Rivas said “We usually have to take off a half day on Friday and ail day Saturday and Sunday ”
The team is looking for a sponsor to help defray some of the travel and lodging costs.
Cougars begin Llftathon
Canyon High School athletes will be canvassing the town looking to collect pledges for their first annual Liftathon.
Each athlete is aiming to solicit a total of $1 in pledges for each pound lifted at the April 18 Liftathon at the school’s gym. Each contributor can pledge as much as 10 cents per pound. All money received will be go towards the Cougar Athletic Department. For more information call 625-6251.
Fun Run, bike outing set
The New Braunfels Running Club is meeting for a Fun Run for club members at 7 p.m. on Thursday in Landa Park. The run will begin at Pat’s In The Park and travel through the park.
TTic NBRC will also host a free bike ride on April 20 beginning at 9:30 a.m. The ride will be approximately 25-30 miles long, going from the Mission Valley Bowling Club and traveling to Sadler and back.
Both the Fun Run and the bike ride will be non-competitive.
Gruene 10,000 on Saturday
The seventh annual Gruene 10,000 Run through the Hill Country along the Guadalupe River will take place on Saturday.
The event benefits Friends for Rivers, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Comal and Guadalupe rivers.
The race will begin at IO a.m., with registration taking place at 9:30 a.m. on the day of the race at $ IO. Runners can pre-register for S8 by April 5.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Even though Dave Stewart was on the mound for Oakland’s opening-day game, all eyes were on Rickey Henderson.
See Rickey run. See Rickey steal. See the A’s win again.
Rickey Henderson moved within one of Lou Brock’s all-time record of 938 steals by stealing second base in the first inning of the Athletics’ 7-2 victory over Minnesota on Tuesday night. He also singled in his first two at-bats and scored twice.
Henderson had been bothered the past week by tendinitis in his left shoulder but was placed in the A’s leadoff spot despite missing Oakland’s last five exhibition games because of the problem.
“He is just amazing,” Oakland Manager Tony La Russa said of Henderson. “Rickey did the things he can do. He was amazing, amazing. After not taking competitive at-bats for a week and with Jack Morris pitching well, to have two hits and a steal? Amazing.”
Dave Henderson hit a three-run homer in the fourth and Terry Stein-bach added two RBI singles as the Athletics won their fourth consecutive opening-day game, beating the Twins for the second straight year.
Morris, making his first start for the Twins after 13 years with Detroit, gave up seven runs, three earned, and eight hits in 4 2-3 innings.
Angels 3, Mariners 2
Dave Parker hit a home run in his first at-bat for California and also tripled.
Parker, acquired in a spring-training trade with Milwaukee, home-red over the Kingdome’s 23-foot right-field wall on an 0-2 pitch from Erik Hanson with one out in the second inning It was Parker’s 329th career homer
A sell-out crowd of 53,671, fifth largest in Mariners’ history, saw Chuck Finley beat Hanson, each 18-game winners last season. Finley pitched seven shutout innings before the Mariners rallied for two runs in the eighth. Harold Reynolds’ RBI single y for Bryan Harvey, who picked up the save.
Blue Jays 4, Red Sox 3
Rookie Mark Whiten drove in the game-winning run with an RBI double in the sixth. Devon White had three hits, and Joe Carter drove in two runs.
Left-hander Jimmy Key worked six innings for the victory and Tom Henke, the third Toronto pitcher, worked the ninth for the save.
Tony Pena hit a two-run homer in the third for for Boston, scoring Carlos Quintana, who drove in the other run for the Red Sox.
Indians 2, Royals 1
Cleveland knuckleballer Tom Candiru pitched eight strong innings to spoil Mike Boddicker’s Royals’ debut
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Boddicker, who signed a three-year deal for $9.25 million over the winter after pitching for the AL East champion Boston Red Sox, gave up five hits and struck out three in a complete-game effort.
Candiotti, 10-3 lifetime versus Kansas City, gave up one run, five hits, struck out five and walked one. Doug Jones, who led the Indians with 43 saves last season, retired the side in the ninth for his first save of 1991.
Pirates 4, Expos 3
Pittsburgh, scoreless in its first 15 innings this season, benefitted from a pair of walks and two hit batsmen in an eighth-inning rally for a victory over Montreal.
With the bases loaded and two outs after Pittsburgh had rallied from a 3-0 deficit to tie the score, Montreal reliever Burke hit Gary Redus to force in the winning run. The victory stopped the Expos’ five-game winning streak against Pittsburgh.
Of the six batters be faced. Burke hit two, walked two and retired two. He hit only two batters in the 75 innings he worked last season.
“I’ve never seen him do it — and I guarantee you’ll never see him do that again,’’ Expos Manager Buck Rodgers said of Burke, who didn t allow Pittsburgh anv runs rn 9'A ratings in 1990.
The Expos led 3-2 when Steve Prey (0-1), the fourth of Montreal’s five pitchers, walked Bobby Bonilla and allowed Barry Bonds’ single to start the eighth and was replaced by Burke. The right-hander hit Jeff King to load the bases, then walked pinch-hitter Mike Lavaliere to tie the score.
Jose Lind then grounded into a double play, but, after intentionally walking pinch-hitter Gary Varsho, Burke hit Redus in the left elbow an the first pitch to force in the go-ahead run.
Padres 7, Giants 4
The Giants went ahead 4-3 in the top of the eighth on Will Clark's two-run triple. But Tony Gwynn'* RBI single off Trevor Wilson (0-1) tied the score and Benito Santiago completed a 4-for-4 night with a run-scoring single off Jeff Brantley.
Jim Presley put the Padres ahead in the second with a two-run single. Kevin Mitchell tied it in the fourth with a two-run homer off Ed Whitson.
Mets 2, Phillies 1
New York’s Hubie Brooks hit a solo home run with two outs in the lOth inning after Rick Cetene had a game-tying homer in the ninth at Shea Stadium
Cerone, in his first at-bat for die Mets, homered with one out off Roger McDowell. Brooks homered after Joe Boever retired the first two batten, making a winner of Doug Simons, who won with two scoreless ratings in his major league debut.
Philadelphia starter Jason Grimsley struck out a career-high rune in 6 1-3 innings, allowing three hits and walking five. New York’s Frank Viola gave up eight hits un six innings, striking out six and walking two.
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Visiting St. Louis ruined Danny Jackson’s debut with Chicago, scor-ng three -ins in the eighth inning.
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