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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10Herald-Zdtung, New Braunfels, Texas 3 NB swimmers named All 27-5 A Friday, March 8, 1991 Three New Braunfels Unicom swimmers made the All-District 27-5 A first team during NBHS’ inaugural swimming season, with another team member earning second-team honors. Placed in a district with the San Antonio ISD schools, the Unicorns had 13 of 17 swimmers advance past district to the Region IV meet. The district meet was only New Braunfels’ second competition as a team. All of the Unicorns who earned all-district honors are underclassmen. Sophomore Hillary Procknow and freshman Jamie Sheridan were named ■to the first girls team. New Braunfels was one of two schools to have more !than one first-team selection, trailing trnly Jefferson’s four. Procknow and Sheridan both qualified for regionals in more than (me • Individual event, and as members of ’ -relay teams. Freshman David Cinotto was Unicorns selected to the first-team from the boys, with teammate Jason Chew, a sophomore, receiving second-team honors. Cinotto and Chew were part of a relay team that qualified for the regional finals, and both earned places at the regional preliminaries in individual events. Jefferson also dominated the boys team with six of the 12 first-team selections. All 17 of the Unicom swimmers also earned academic all-district honors. In addition to the aforementioned all-district honorees, the New Braunfels team members are Rebekah Mos-cheau, Lisa Martinez, Stephanie Lucas, Kami Hill, Jennifer Schoch, Heather Stockhorst, Amy Henke, Michele Rosales, Jennifer Arnold, Tara Debner, Angelica Tristan, David Stock and Justin Smith. The team’s sponsor is Nancy Sheridan. Continued from Pago 9 . Schriewer scored the game's first run in the bottom of the first, reaching ;. first on a fielder's choice and moving - ’ to second on Gonzales’ infield single. The right fielder stole third, and when the throw from the plate got past the third baseman, Schriewer was able to score standing up. New Braunfels’ second-inning run came on Faulkner’s blast over the center-field fence on a 3-2 pitch by Del Valle starter Stephen Mendoza. It was the first home run for the Unicorns since Herman’s inside-the-park homer on opening day. Garza said there was a definite improvement between New Braunfels’ 0-2 finish at the Killeen Ellison tournament over the weekend and Thursday’s game. “We just didn’t hit the ball last Saturday. If we did, we would have done a lot better and won at least one game and possibly both,” he said. “But we hit well on Tuesday and came back to beat Boerne (12-6), and continued to hit well tonight, so hopefully we’re learning.” Garza said he was pleased his hitters took advantage of the steady wind blowing out to snap its five-game streak without a round-tripper. “When we have an advantage like that, we have to take it,” he said. New Braunfels will play its second-round game at 6:30 p.m. at Unicom Field against the winner of the A&M Consolidated-Laredo Martin game. That contest began at I pm. today at Canyon. Spring Woods and Uvalde met ai 11 arn. today at Unicom Field, with Brenham and Hour Bluff in the final first-round game at 1:30 p.m. Cougars. Continued from Pag# 9 the-shoulder catch of Wibracht’s fly ball to deep center. A strikeout ended a scoring bid m the sixth inning and a groundnut to third stranded the tying runner at second in the bottom of the seventh. “We had a chance to rally and learn something," Behrend said. “If we could have pulled this one out, we real -ly would have learned something." He said he was proud of his team for staying close to Frederickburg, despite having a couple of players hauling injuries. “We’re a little banged up right now I wasn’t sure if Donovan could nm today and Michael (Wibracht) is hobbled,” Behrend said. Bryan Arnold pitched a strong game against Fredericksburg. Behrend said, giving up seven hits and three earned runs while fanning three “He got a little tired and got the ball up a liule in the late innings (The Billies) are good lf you make a mistake, they’ll hit you and hit you well," he • caid Fredericksburg sowed the winning run in the sixth when Vince Brown’s single drove in Derek Pittman, who had doubled The Billies scored two rum in the fifth on a pair of singles and an infield error, and scored the game’s first run in the second on Zane Zenner’s triple and Pittman’s RBI groundout. Overall, Behrend said, the Cougars turned in a good effort in the first day of the tournament. “Overall today I’m pleased. We had two good pitching performances and were close to being 2-0,” he said. “We’ll learn from this (loss). We didn’t play bad We’re still learning and hopefully still improving." 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