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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Zmtung    Sunday, April 14,1985 9A NB finishes second in Austin AUSTIN — When the rains came to wash away the final five events of the South Austin Relays, New Braunfels found itself in second place while Canyon was cut down short. The Unicorns finished the shortened meet with 84 points, just shy of Travis, which won the meet with 91 points. “Last year we had 89 points as our total,” said New Braunfels Coach Lew Simmonds. ‘‘This is the first time our kids have been really excited about heading into the district meet.” The Unicorns started off strong in the field events, with Kenan Ikels and John Bryan finishing 1-2 in the pole vault. Ikels cleared 13-6 for the win. Kraig Krause won the shot put with an effort of 53-1134. Mike Sullivan finished third for New Braunfels with a throw of 51-5*6. In the discus, Brett Fey finished second with a throw of 1484) while Krause finished third with a throw of 137-4. Mike Payne won the 3,200 race with a time of 9:52.04, with Hector Hernandez and Efren Mak-donado finishing third and fourth for the Unicorns. ‘‘I was very encouraged with our two milers,” Simmonds said. David DeLemos placed second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.7. Stephen Millett finished fifth with a time of 11.2. “We came out of this with exactly what we wanted,” Simmonds said. “We scored some points, were competitive, and got ready for district.” The rain proved especially costly to Canyon, as the Cougars’ best events were washed away. “We had our strengths coming up when it started to pour,” said Canyon Coach David Simmons. “We ran well, though. We had some personal bests in some events and didn’t even get to run in the finals.” The meet was called off just before the 400-meter run because of the heavy rains. Both Ben Garcia and Brian Row had qualified for the finals in the event. “That race really would have helped us,” Simmons said. “Just as the race was about to start, it really started coming down. But there was too much to lose by running the race in something like that.” Garcia placed fifth in the long jump with a 20-434 effort. Todd Banks placed fifth in the high jump with an effort of 5-10. The Cougars’ 400 relay team finished fifth with a time of 44.19. Snappy Unicorns rally to trip Antlers, 6-4 I / TV DfRviCLARK herald zeitung Armando Martinez strides to the plate in an earlier game KERRVILLE - New Braunfels rallied with three runs in the top of the seventh to defeat Kerrville Tivy 6-4 Friday night in a District 13-4A baseball game. The Unicorns, now 2-1 in district play and 13-4 on the season, led 3-0 before the Antlers came up with four runs in the bottom of the sixth. “I feel like we escaped,” New Braunfels Coach Peter Garza said. “The kids were trying, you have to give them credit for that.” Tivy’s rally came against starter Bobby Tristan and reliever Armando Martinez, who was credited with the victory. The Antlers had scored one run and had runners at first and third when Martinez took over for Tristan. Martinez promptly gave up a two-run double, and the runner advanced to third on a bad relay throw. Tivy squeezed in the fourth run of the inning to take its short-lived lead. Antler starter Bryce Brown hit Don Duncan and Tomas Juarez with pitches to start the seventh, and then Russell Han-smann was safe on a bunt to load the bases. leadoff man David Cadded hit a high chopper that was misplayed for a run-scoring error, and then a passed ball gave New Braunfels a 5-4 lead. Eddie Cantu was thrown out trying to bunt, and the Tivy first baseman thought the inning was over. As he jogged to the dugout, Hans ma nn scored. “It was a heck of a turn of events,” Gerza said. “Earlier in the game, even when we Linescore New Braunfels 002 100 3- 6 5 0 Kerrville Tivy ........ OOO 004 0- 4 6 4 Bobby Tristan, Armando Martinez (6) and Dicky Ortega Bryce Brown and Sean Mason W Martinez. 7 2, 2-1. L - Brown. District 13-4A Baseball standings District games only Team W L Pct. RS RA Canyon ..................... 3 0 1 OOO 23 9 New Braunfels 2 1 667 23 9 Hays .......................2 I 667 21 21 Kerrville Tivy .........I 2 333 8 17 Fredericksburg ...............1 2 333 27 24 Lockhart................ 0 3 OOO 8 30 Friday’s Games New Braunfels 6, Kerrville Tivy 4 Canyon 8, Hays 6 Fredericksburg 14, Lockhart 7 were scoring, there wasn’t much action. New Braunfels opened the scoring in the third. Cadded hit a run-scoring single, and then Cantu squeezed in the second run. The Unicorns added a single run in the fourth. With Tristan at second, the Tivy second baseman made a diving catch on the right-field line. Tristan tagged up and advanced to third, and when the throw to third was wild, he scored. “It was the same problem as before; the bottom part of the order had a hard time hitting the bad,” Garza said. “But we managed a few hits, and they made a few mistakes to go with them. ’ ’ New Braunfels returns home Tuesday for a 7:30 p.m. game against Fredericksburg. This week in baseball SV's Copenhavier may return Friday NB, Canyon to host 13-4A golf, tennis By DAVID KING Sports editor The possible return of one of the county's leading home-run hitters and the meat of the District 13-IA schedule are in store this week in local baseball action. S in ithson Valley's Wes Copenhavier who hit five home runs in only seven games before losing his eligibility earlier this season, will be able to play in the Hangers' 7:30 p.m. game in Flores vile Friday — if he passes ail hts classes this six weeks. The Hangers, who are l-l in District 27-3A play and 7-9 tm the season after Friday's 9-8 slugfest with Bandera, open the week with a home game against last-place Southside. Game tune is 4 p.m. Friday's game will match Smithson Valley against the district co-leaders. Floresville has beaten Bandera 10-9 and Southside 11-2 in district play to stay in a first-place tie with Boerne. Tuesday night, New Braunfels meets 1-2 Fredericksburg at Unicom Field and Canyon takes on 0-3 liockhart in Ixxkhart. The Unicorns' 7 .30 p.m. game with the defending district champions will be their first look at pitcher Tim Kaman, who is the probable starter for the Billies. New Braunfels’ probable starter is Armando Martinez, who picked up a victory in relief Friday night in Kerrville to improve his record to 7-2, 2-1 in district. On Friday, the Unicorns travel to Hays to meet the hard-hitting Rebels, who are tied with New Braunfels for second place. Game time is 7 p.m. Canyon, the undisputed district leader after three games, takes on 0-3 Lockhart on Tuesday with Bonnie Kittimann on the mound. Rittimann beat New Braunfels on Tuesday and picked up a save on Friday last week. Game tune is 6:30 p.m. Friday, Canyon goes to Fredericksburg for a 4:30 p.m. game. Canyon and New Braunfels will sponsor the District 13-IA golf and tennis championship tournaments this week. The district boys' golf tournament will start at the Northcliffe Country Club on Monday and continue at the Woodlands Golf and Country Club on Tuesday. Monday’s round starts at 9:30a.m. and Tuesday’s at 9 a m. Fifty players will participate The girls’ golf tournament will open with a round at the Woodlands beginning at 9 a.m. Monday and winds up Tuesday at Northcliffe beginning at 9 a m. Twenty-one players are registered for the girls’ tournament. The district tennis tournament, which matches the Nos. I and 2 singles players and doubles teams ★ Cougars. Continued from Page 7A game. “Danny did a heck of a job till he ran out of gas,” Behrend said. “He's good for two or three innings. ’ ’ Hernandez, Canyon's relief man, had thrown three innings before starting the seventh. Hays mugged Campbell with two doubles to take a 1-0 lead in the first, but Cappleinan gave Canyon the lead when he mashed a fastball from starter Eddie Salazar over the scoreboard in left field. Canyon made it 3-1 in the second when Chapa, who was 2-for-3, blooped single to left, stole second and came home on Hernandez’ double to deep left-center. Hays narrowed it to 3-2 in the third, then Canyon went up 4-2 in the bottom of the inning on a run-scoring single by Danny Rodriguez. TRANS TEX ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. INC. NEW CONSTRUCHON RESIDENTIAL WIRING. 4 COMMERCIAL work 9 AM — 5 PM 629-5298 HENRY SKINNER \ \ \ \ \ McQueeney \    \    V    \    \ Washateria (Next to Li t Super) ^ \ \ > \ \ Wash and Fold Service 7 a.m. to IO p.m. Dry Cleaning Service 7 days a week Attendant on Duty '.NOW > OPEN \ Local man plans fitness center Plans for a $2 million fitnees center are near completion, and the man who is spearheading the drive to build the complex said construction should begin in the next two to three months. Barry Jaroszewski of A.L. Williams Co., said the center should be open 12 to 14 months after the construction has been started. “I think this town really needs something like this,” Jaroszewski said. “I think its going to be something that can turn this town around.” Plans for the center, which will be housed in a 30,000 square foot building, include six racquetball courts, a basketball court, a 50-meter lap pool, a whirlpool, saunas, steam rooms, a restaurant and lounge, tanning booths and a jogging track on the roof. The center, called “Total Fitness,” will also offer classes such as rythmic aerobics, scuba diving, water babies swimming, body building and self-defense. The proposed location for the facilities is on 1650 Old McQueeney Road, in Executive Park. Jaroszewski said the center will be open at hours which will be convenient to a wide variety of people. “We’ll open at six morning so that people will be able to come in and have a workout, take a shower, grab a bite to eat and then go into work,” he said. The center will be open until ll p.m. Monday through Saturday and will be open from 9 a.m. until IO p.m. on Sundays. Another feature which will make the center accessible to more people will be a nursery, Jaroszewski said. “Housewives who have kids can come in and leave the kids in the nursery, go work out, then take the kids for a swim before going home. The kids will love it and the swimming will be a year-round thing,” he said. A large part of the fitness program will be the classes offered, Jaroszewski said. “We’ll have classes for aerobics and jazzercise and self-defense courses,’ he said. “We can have as many type classes as you can think of. “We’ll have body-building classes because that is really becoming popular. Women are really getting into body-building.” Jaroszewski said he has been working on the project for more than a year, and has had the idea for a long time. “I’ve always wanted to do this. I’ve had it in the back of my mind for a while. I’ve been working on it for a year and two months and I’ve put a lot into it. I’m going to get the doors open one way or another,” he said. Track results. Here are results from Friday s and Saturday s Pflugerville Panther Relays BOYS Division III Team totals Westlake 92-V Pflugerville 67. Marble Falls 54 Georgetown 53, Del Valle 39, Leander 25 V Giddings 25, Elgin 23 Hays 18, Lockhart 18 Burnet 12, Smithson Valley 6. Llano 5 160 2 2 Williams, Clark, from the district, will be held at Canyon and New Braunfels high schools this week as well. Several of the local players have first-round byes in the tournament, including New Braunfels’ I^eigh Ann Forney and Canyon’s Kim Krieg in the girls’ singles, New Braunfels' Erie Oranen and Mike Wofford and Canyon’s Jay Brown in the boys’singles, Canyon’s Krieg and Deann Hanz in the girls’ doubles and New Braunfels’ Chris Skov and Mike Valadez and Alan Rompel and Robert Moor in the boys’ doubles. The tournament was scheduled for Friday and Saturday, but it may be moved to Thursday and Friday if the change is approved by the district committee. Discus I Bradley. Pflugerville, Mitchell,    Pflugerville, 1494    3 Georgetown, 147 10 High jump 1 Jensen, Del Valle 6-6 2 Marble Falls, 64 3 Wariick, Hays. 6 2. Shot put 1 Duncan. Westlake. 57 IIH, 2 Mitchell, Pflugerville. 52 8 3. Wilson. Pflugerville. 51-0 Long jump I Rodriguez, Georgetown, 20 9 2. Brown Elgin, 20 1 % 3 Mosier Smithson Valley, 20-0 Pole vault I Getotto. Marble Falls 13-6 2. McClanahan. Westlake, 13 6    3 Merka. Pflugerville 12-0 3,200 I Hester, Leander, 9 38 83 2 Van berberry, Del Valle 9 45 27 3 Snyder. Leander 9 54 18 400 relay I Westlake 43 60 2 Marble Falls. 44 32 3 Del Valle 44 48 800 Dunn Hays I 53 97 2 Kimrey. Westlake 2 02 37 3 Terrel, Georgetown, 2:03.74 110 hurdles I Norman, Westlake 14 30 2 Searcy. Westlake, 14 65 3 Levels. Pflugerville. 1506 IOO I Metcalf, Marble Falls 10 61 2. Didway. Burnet. IO 80 3 Harper. Del Valla, 10 89 400 1 Thompson, Lockhart. 50 78 2 Mott, Pflugerville. 51 413 Bedford Del Valle, 52 33 200 1 Metcalf Marble Falls. 22 13 2 Harper Del Valle. 22 17 3 Mankum, Westlake, 22 54 300 intermediate hurdles 1 Bailer. Elgin, 39 51 2 Henry, Giddings. 39 91    3    Fischer, Georgetown, 40 53 GIRLS Division ll Team totals Lampasas 62. Del Vane 61, Academy 60, Burnet 55. Liberty Hill 45, Smithaon Valley 37, Thrall 34. Bartlett 32. Caldwell 26 Elgin 21, Llano 14. Lexington IO. Rockdale 8 Discus I Selmer, Academy, 1064 2 Morgan Liberty Hill, 102-9%. 3 Saathof, Pflugerville, 102 3%. High jump I. Young, Pflugerville, 54 2 Hems Thrall, 5-2 3 Goforth, Caldwell 4-10 Shot put I Belmar Academy, 38 8    2 Morgan, Liberty Hill, 331 %    3 Engiemarm, Caldwell, 32-8% Triple jump I. Hines Thrall. 37-8%    2 Washington, Lexington 36 6 %    3 January. Lampasas. 35-6% 6 Shalynn McCoy. Smithson Valley, 35 2 Long jump. I Hines. Thrall, 181 % 2 January, Lampasas 17-11 3 Harrell, Elgin. 16 8% 3.200    1 Carolyn Rice, Smithson Vaney 12.22 38 2 Langley, Liberty Hill, 12 49 52 3 Wagoner, Llano 13 02.24 6 Lolita Martinez Smithson Valley. 13 43 51 400 relay I Burnet 51 52 2 Lampasas 52 01 3 Bartlett 52 30 800 I Zarate. Lampasas 2 30 57 2 Grer weldge. Llano. 2 30 70 3 Crime Caidwe 233 96 IOO hurdles I McMurry Pflugerville i4 86 2 Barrier Elgin, 15 58 3 Hanley Caldwell 15 71 5 Kim Wagner Smithson Valley, 15 96 IOO I. Braeutigem Academy 12 12 2 Fora Bartlett 12 70 3 Hines, Thrall, 12 82 800 relay I Burnet I 49 76 2 Pflugerville 152 05 3 Bartlett 1 5317 6 Smithson Va.iey 1 54 61 400    1    Kim Huntsucker Smithson Valley 60 79    2    Shatynn McCoy Smithson Valley 6131    3 Truelove. Academy 62 77 6 Chary Parker Smithton Valley. 67 44 200 I. Braeutigam. Academy 25 34 January, Lampasas 26 60 3 Williams flume-27 43 ONTO LUi IO MINUTE OIL CHANGE AND LUBRICATION "NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY" Please New Our Hours 7:00 am - 7:OO pm Mon. • Fri. 7:00 am • 5:00 pm Saturday I .OO pm ■ 5:00 pm Sunday OTHER MAJOR OII BRANDS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST •«*pr«w Ow/,, PENNZOIL Quaker STATE Pu rotator, STATE INSPECTION STATION TRANSMISSION FLUID AND FILTER CHANGE 1466 S. Seguin Behind Courtyard Square 629-3350 ;