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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day Cougars reach Lockhart final By THOMAS GODLEY Sports Editor The Canyon Cougars advanced to the championship game of the Lockhart Baseball Tournament on Friday, defeating Austin LBJ and Seguin in the opening round. Pitcher Jerry Van Noy (1-1) struck out seven batters and allowed only two hits in the Cougars’ 4-3 victory over LBJ. The Jaguars evened the game at 3-3 in the top of the fifth inning with two runs. Canyon came back with a run in the bottom of the fifth when Bret Parrish singled in Ricky Boehle from second base for the winning mn. The late-starting game was called on the two-hour time limit at the end of the fifth after Boehle’s score. Canyon had seven hits and three errors to LBJ’s two hits and three errors. In the tournament’s second round, pitcher Brandon Cox fanned four batters to notch his first win of the season 7-3 over Seguin. The Matadors led 3-1 at the top of the sixth inning when the Cougars unloaded at the plate. Reagan George’s single with no outs loaded the bases, and Johnny Zunker hit safely to score a mn that started a 6-run barrage. Patrick Hinojosa belted a 2-RBI single that put the Cougars ahead 4-3. Boehle added an RBI single and Parrish had a 2 RBI double to cap the scoring frenzy. Canyon tallied IO hits and two errors to Seguin’s three hits and three errors. Coach Ralph Behrend was pleased to see the Cougars’ bats come to life. “We’ve been pitching well early in the season, and it was a good to have the hitting come around,” Behrend said. neraia-z.eiTung u sunday, Marcn o, I sat) u f £ Ranger girls take district soccer lead From staff reports SMITHSON VALLEY—The Smithson Valley Rangers overwhelmed the Canyon Cougarettes 5-0 and secured first place in the District 52 girls’ soccer standings' on Friday. Dawn Gibson scored four goals as Smithson Valley (2-0-2) opened up a 4-0 lead in the first half and cruised in the second half at Ranger Stadium. The win over Canyon, combined with New Braunfels’ 1-1 tie with Alamo Heights, gives the Rangers a half game lead over the Unicorns (2-0-3) in the race for the district championship. Two games remain on the schedule. The Unicorns face the Rangers at NBHS on March 8. The Rangers defeated Alamo Heights last week and tied New Braunfels 1-1 earlier this season. Gibson, a freshman, currently ranks among the top scorers in the district with IO goals this season. “She is maturing with each game and seems to be learning when to pass the ball and when to take her shots,” Smithson Valley coach Rate O’Reilly said. “She has become our main scorer this season.” Gibson’s first goal came with 30 minutes left in the first half off a comer kick by Jennifer Ealy. Ealy then scored on a straight shot to the right comer of the net with 17 minutes to go in the half, making it a 2-0. Four minutes later the Rangers were on the board again. Gibson kicked a shot over the outstretched hands of the goalie. Gibson completed the first-half hat trick with a line drive kick that rolled through the goalie’s hands. Right fullback Orion Thompson was the Rangers* defensive standout, putting pressure on the ball throughout the game. 9 Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyon’s Erick Rodriguez (4) keeps an eye on the ball during first half action against Kerrville Tivy. The Cougars notched their second win in distrct by topping the Antlers 3-0 on Friday at Cougar Stadium. C.J. Czelusta, Chris White and Adrian Armandariz scored goals.Golf pro a big hit at Sundance From submitted reports Shirley Furlong, LPGA touring pro, offered a glimpse of her skills for the benefit of young golfers at Sundance Golf Course on Saturday. The first meeting of the Canyon Middle School Golf Club brought together 25 boys and girls for basic golfing tips and a look a career opportunities in the field of golf. Nancy Cobb, math teacher, and Dick Stanton, principal at CMS, sponsored the morning clinic which was guided by local golf pros John Clay of Northcliffe Rangers, Unicorns, Cougars Get all the scores in Sundays Sports Day only in the Herald-Zeltung. Sou/dernwoocf hardens Native Designs and Consultation • Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Soils At bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor 608-9160 Daily hours: MF 8-5 Sat 8-5 Sun 12-5 658 Landa Street • New Braunfels ‘Now Open! 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He played from the blue tees and hit the green with his first shot on 17 of the 18 holes. ATLANTA (AP) — The memories came flooding back to Lenny Wilkens once again. His first thought after coaching his 1,000th victory was of the lone championship he has won, with Seattle in 1979. Not far behind were becoming the NBA’s winnmgest coach last year, coaching in four NBA All-Star games and his 1990 induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame for accomplishments as a player. “Perhaps I’ll get in (to the Hall) as a coach, too,” Wilkens said after the Atlanta Hawks defeated Cleveland 74-68 Friday night. “Not many coaches do that.” In this case, count on it. Here is a man who has shown that nice guys can survive and thrive. Here is someone who has demonstrated that a coach doesn’t have to yell and scream and stomp around on the sideline to get results. Take note, all you young coaching hotheads, of a man who has won 1,000 games with quiet dignity. “You don’t sec that often in any sport." said Atlanta guard Craig Ehlo, who has played for Wilkens since 1987, “I’d say Lenny’s record is pretty safe.” Of course, on a night when nostalgia and reminiscing were in order, it didn’t take long for Wilkens to return his focus to the tasks ahead. At age 58, the fire to coach still bums with white-hot intensi ty. Wilkens will fulfill another goal this summer when he coaches Dream Team III at the Atlanta Olympics, but he said his primary aim is to bring the city its first NBA title. “If we add one more quality player, we’ll be good,” he said. "That doesn’t mean I’m giving up on this year.” The Hawks are a team devoid of any true superstars, yet they stood at 32-24 heading into Saturday night’s game at Milwaukee. Atlanta was tied for fifth in the Eastern Conference, one game behind Cleveland for homecourt advantage in the first round of the playoffs. This may be the trademark team of his career, which is marked by his ability to push mediocre teams and players to victories. New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Department presents: “Kfixm mr When: Every Tuesday from 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Classes begin March 12,1996 Where: Landa Recreation Center      _ Who:    Children    ages    6-12    years    old    /    < For additional information call the V Landa Recreation Center at 608-2167. OO Unda I CD to San Antonio^/ to Aiatm to have fun at what you do is intimidating to accomplish that which is ii of the machine that got you there o WE ARE HERE Bike/ A Board/ 940 W. San Antonio St. 625-1711 Authorized Diamondback Dealer. Winter Special $2018 Holes Weekdays $2518 Holes Weekends/Holidays Includes Cart & Green Jet • Add Applicable Sales Tia*. fen Per Cart -•*£?. 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