New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
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FREDERICKSBURG - Canyon wrapped up an undefeated first half of District 13—4A play with a 7-1 victor) over the Fredericksburg Ba Ulm’ Billies Friday night.
The Cougars. 5-0 in district play and 16-3 on the season, scored two runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back against the Billies,
who fell to 1-4.
Bonnie Kittimann improved his record to 5-0, 3-0 in district play, with the decision. Danny Hernandez relieved him in the fifth and Michael Rodriguez threw the final two innings for the Cougars.
"Michael pitched pretty well,” Canyon Coach Ralph Behrend said of Rodriguez, who also finished up Tuesday’s 10-0 victory over Lockhart. “He gave up two hits in the seventh and they loaded the bases on him, but he struck out the last batter to end the inning.”
Canyon played the game without outfielder Haul Chapa, who underwent an emergency appendectomy and is lost for the season. Scott Wagner filled in and had a single and a sacrifice bunt at the plate.
Troy Moss added his sixth home run of the season in the seventh inning when las line drive eluded the Billies’ center fielder and rolled to the fence. Rittimann scored ahead of Moss on the play.
Randy Biggs reached on an error — one of seven Fredericksburg miscues — to start the Cougars’ first inning. He moved up on a single by Brad Campbell and scored on a sacrifice fly by Bret Cappleman.
Campbell stole second and Gary Edwards singled him home.
In the second, Wagner singled, Danny Rodriguez walked and Danny Hernandez singled Wagner home.
Canyon added two more runs in the fourth. Troy Moss reached on an error and moved to second on a wild pickoff try, then went to third on Wagner’s sacrifuce. Rodriguez singled Moss home, then Hernandez singled and Riggs walked to load the bases. An error on a grounder by Campbell scored Rodriguez.
“We played well enough to win,” Behrend said. “When you go to Fredericksburg, it’s always a tough trip.”
Canyon returns to action Tuesday,
traveling to Kerrville to meet the Antlers.
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New Braunfels' Mike Wofford hits a forehand during first-round action
Tennis players roll to regional
All three local teams advanced players to regionals in district tennis tournaments that wrapped up Saturday.
In the team races. New Braunfels was second to Kerrville Tivy and Canyon third in District 17-4A, while the Smithson Valley girls tied Boerne for first and the SV boys finished second to Boerne in 27-3A.
The top two finishers in individual competition advance to regionals, which will be the first weekend in May.
At the 17-4A meet at New Braunfels High School, New Braunfels’ Izeigh Ann Forney defeated Canyon’s Kim Krieg 6-4. 6-1 for the girls’ singles title. Tivy’s Kelly Schwing and Amy Benson topped New Braunfels’ Gayle Cerrato and Stephanie Leyh 6-3, 6-3 in the girls’ doubles finals, and Canyon's l„eah Kneg and Deann Hanz finished fourth.
Billy Finch of Tivy beat New Braunfels’ Mike Wofford 6-7, 6-1.6-4 in the boys’ singles final, while Jim Clayton of Tivy defeated Erie Oranen of New Braunfels 7-6, 6-1 for third.
In the boy s’ doubles, Matt Angell and I>ee Burton of Tivy topped Chris Skov and Mike Valadez of New Braunfels, while Robert Moor and Alan Rompel of New Braunfels won third place.
At Fair Oaks. Smithson Valley’s team of Jonathan l/ongnecker and Raymond Deleon won the boys’ doubles title, while two Smithson Valley teams played for the girls' doubles championship Karen Albright and (.aura Fhrlich defeated teammates Donna Chaney and Melissa Doolittle in the final.
In the 17-4/X junior varsity division, the local champions were New Braunfels Rikki Larsen, girls' singles; Canyon's Christi Minica and Margie Williams < beating teammates Nancy Nichols and Kara Driskilli, girls’ doubles; and New Braunfels’ Jonathan Clark and Craig Morrison (defeating teammates Jon Tillman and Scott Oranen >, boys' doubles.
Rebels top Unicorns
By DAVID KING Sports editor
KYLE — Hays’ Gene Salazar crushed a Bobby Tristan fastball for a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning Friday night as the Rebels rallied for a 4-2 District 13-4A baseball victory over the Unicorns.
The decision keeps the Rebels a game behind Canyon in the district baseball race at 4-1, while New Braunfels fell to 3-2.
“The game never should have gone that far,” Unicorns Coach Peter Garza said afterward. “But that’s been the story of our season — we’re not getting the hits.”
New Braunfels managed four hits, including two bunt singles, against Hays’ Eddie Salazar. None of those hits, unfortunately for the Unicorns, came at the right time.
With the score tied at two, the Unicorns loaded the bases with nobody out in the seventh inning on a walk and those two infield hits. But Ricky Gomez popped up a bunt for one out, David Caddeil popped up a bunt for two outs and Eddie Cantu grounded back to Salazar for the third out.
Tristan, who threw one of his best games of the season, Garza said, retired the side easily in the bottom of the seventh but ran into trouble in the eighth.
Jason Castillo reached on a fielders’ choice, moved to second on a passed ball and to third on a wild pitch. But Eddie Salazar
missed a squeeze bunt and Castillo was run down between third and home for the second out of the inning.
Salazar came back to rip single to left field, and his big brother blasted his game-winning homer.
“I was really pleased with Bobby’s pitching performance,” Garza said. “He kept them off balance really well.”
Tristan allowed five hits and struck out ll.
But his performance was spoiled by some sloppy defense.
In the third inning, Hays’ Darren Mills reached on a infield hit, went to second on a sacrifice and to third on a passed ball. Castillo lined out to Caddeil in center field, and Caddeil threw home in plenty of time to catch Mills. But catcher Dicky Ortega dropped the ball and Mills was safe.
New Braunfels tied it in the fourth on a double by Tristan and took a 2-1 lead on a perfectly executed sacrifice bunt by Caddeil.
Hays tied it in the fifth. Mills walked, was sacrificed to second and took third on a passed ball. When Ortega’s throw to third was high, Mills came home.
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Tigers trip SV, 7-6
By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer
FLORESVILLE - Both Smithson Valley and Floresville had plenty of opportunities to win their game Friday, but in the end it was the host Tigers who kept their cool the longest and squeaked by with a 7-6 win.
Smithson Valley had several opportunities to score more runs, leaving the bases load in the second, third and sixth innings and two on in the seventh.
"It’s the same old thing,” said Ranger Coach Bobby Granger. ‘The big difference in the ballgame was that they i Floresville) hit the ball with men in scoring position and we didn't.”
After falling beliing 24) in the first inning, Smithson Valley battled back, scoring a run in the second, third and fourth innings.
The Tigers came back to take the lead in the fifth, scoring two runs on four hits.
Floresville made it 6-3 at the end of six innings when Nash Martinez belted a two-run shot over the left field fence.
Smithson Valley rallied in the top of the seventh to tie the score, but could not regain the lead.
Wayne Wagner, who along with Wes Copenhaver made his first appearance in six weeks because of grades, opened the seventh with a single to right.
Mikp Wilson walked before Rich Russo popped up to first Taylor Ileydman then
walked to load the bases.
Steve Gottardy hit a grounder up the middle, where second baseman Larry Talamantez scooped up the ball and tagged Heydman. Wagner scored on the play.
With two outs and runners on the corners. Ray Reyes lashed a triple to deep center field, scoring Wilson and Gottardy and tying the game.
Simons, who was 2-for-3 in the game was intentionally walked, but then ejected when he threw his bat. Copenhaver went down swinging to end the Ranger rally.
With Simons out of the game, Reyes came in to pitch the last inning for Smithson Valley. Floresville^ first batter. Jose Perez, reached on an infield error and moved to second when Mike Coldeway drew a base in balls.
Reyes intentionally walked Gerald Talamantez. then struck out Dickie Silva for the first out.
But designated hitter Alexis I>opez hit Reyes’ first pitch down the third base line for a run-scormg single to end the game.
Smithson Valley suffered a blow before the game, when pitcher-catcher Abel Uballe dislocated a finger on his throwing hand. Granger said he did not know when Uball would see action again.
The Rangers drop to 2-2 in district play while the Tigers remain unbeaten at 44). Floresville will play Boerne, also 44), on Tuesday.
Cougars rip Fredericksburg, 7-1
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