Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 4, 1971 · Page 10
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 10

Del Rio, Texas
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Sunday, April 4, 1971
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Wildcat Medalist As Tivy Wins Title Cy Cafes Wins Regional Berth RVILLE--Cy Gates, Del .< riior won the District \ medalist honors at •LI:, lie with a 78, and r , i. ille Tivy's number two . won the meet with a total I'ivy's first team finished *.ond in the meet with 334, i .d a Tivy freshman who was a .ngles entry, won the second uedalist trophy witffa 79. Finishing third in the one-day 18-hole meet held at Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course Friday, was the Del Rio first team with a total of 342. They were followed by Fredericksbure with 348, Uvalde with 350, and the San Felipe number one team with 353. Pleasanton, Cuero and East Central were next with scores of 355, 359 and 367 respectively, and Gonzalez followed with 369. Samuel Clemens came next with 376 ahead of Crystal City's 386. The San Felipe number two team had 390, the Del Rio number two team 393, and the Frederlcksburg second team 413, Playing for the Del Rk> first team were: Cy Gates who shot : a 78, Stnokey Moon with ah 89, Rusty Chalk, 88, .Louis Stool with an 87, and Charles Wilnegarden's 103. . The members of the San Felipe first team were: Rocky. Valdez with a 95,. Richard Mathews with an 86, 'Gary Carvajal. 83, and Ernest Hernandez with 89. Making up the San Felipe .number two team were: Jimmy Villareal with 99, George Carvajal, 85, Ruperto Gutierrez with 99, and Lee Sanchez with 107. The members of the Del Rio second 'team - were: James Baker, 95, John Perry, 103, Gary Adams 88, Ken Copeland 107, and Courtney Brieh 112. Cy Gates, the first medalist, will travel to Corpus Christi on April 23 and 24 for the regional tournament as Del Rio's sole representative. MEDALIST-Cy Gates, Del Rio High School senior, won the first medalist honors in the District 14-AAA golf tournament in Kerrville Friday. He shot a winning 78 for the 18-hole course and qualified to represent Del Rio in the regional golf meet at Corpus Christi on April 23 and 24. <News-Herald Photo). Eagle Pass Blasts Nixon By CARL GUYS Cats' Meow The Queen City Relays ran off like clockwork Friday inspite of a jillion competitors. Probably the best tribute was the one told to me by Uvalde High School athletic director Marvin Gustafson. Friend Gus remarked immediately after the final event was produced, "Walter Levermann really knows how to direct a track and field meet." These few words say it all and we agreed whole-heartedly with the Coyote director. The QCR's had 31 track and field squads from a great area of, the Lone Star State ... a great mass of young humanity . . .all striving to get there first. Levermann, head finish judge Claude Fest, starter T.G. Magee and assistant starter Leo Sadler kept 'em rolling with Joey Bolner as clerk of the course, C.D. Kirchner handling the mike, Pat Lynch, Luis Hernandez Jr. and Ronnie McFadin doing the recording, teamed to keep the action from lagging and finished with a little time to spare. Deserved Respite Tornado, the 13-year-old bucking t bull owned by Oklahoma's legendary Jim Shoulders will buck no more. After 10 years in the arena where he was ridden successfully only three time ol' Tornado is taking it easy in his declining years on the Shoulders ranch near Henryetta, Okla. When he finally ^oes to Bull heaven or wherever good working bulls go he'll be permanently honored in the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Okla. City. Tornado was the terror of the Professional Cowboys circuit and made many a top bullrider sweat whenever he saw his name on the draw sheet at rodeos/through the 60's. That's 30. Wildcats Win Pair EAGLE PASS-The hometown Eagle Pass High School Eagles rode the two-hit pitching or Jaime Chachin to a 4-1 victory over visiting Laredo Nixon Friday night in Fort Duncan Park. The Eagles, now 3-1 in the 32-AAAA District loop, connected for six safties including a triple, and a pair of doubles to down the Mustangs. Robert Manzo had the big hit, a three-base blow in the 2nd inning for the Eagles. Becko Maldonado and Alfredo Rodriguez added singles hi that inning to plate the first two Eagle tallies. In the 4th inning Joe Lopez walked, stole second ssed and scored on a pair of balls. In the 5th the plated its final run when Mario Trevino singled, went to second on a good bunt by Armando Rodriguez and scored on a passed ball and fielder's choice situation. Laredo got its lone run in the 5th inning without the aid of a base hit scoring after a walk, a steal, and two fielder's choices. Eagle Pass plays Edgewood in San Antonio Tuesday in another ' district contest. Memorial of San Antonio edged Edgewood 2-0 Friday to protect its league lead at 4-0. SAN ANTONIO-Del Rio High School baseball coach Bob Denison was all smiles Saturday night after his Del Rio Wildcats swept both games I of a double header from St. Anthony'a Denison sent Ceasar Sotelo into the early game and the jswift senior fired a no-hit, [one-run game at host St. [Anthony's. ' Coach Denison I trumped his ace with alternate iMike LaGow and the Cat I yearling corraled the Saints on {three scratch singles to give Del I Rio a 1-0 win after the opening 1.4-1 decision. 1 Jerry Lee, Del Rio's veteran aright hander was intentionally -ationed at 1st base for the an Antonio non-district games aturday. ; , Denison inserted Lee into •the'Cat lineup for his stick and ILee came through with a 12-tally round tripper and another safe hit to spark the )el,Rioans in the opener. : .; Mike McDonald, Del Rio oecond sacker, belted one out In the second game to drive in the winning run but was given t single on an appeal play. St. Anthony's second sacker ippealed to the base umpire jfalrning that McDonald faited i touch that base 1 on his orbit around the bags. The appeal held up and McDonald was ruled out and his circuit smash recorded as a single. Sotelo, Flynn, Turi Ramirez and LaGow also collected singles off of the San Antonio school's pitchers and Rob Henderson went two for three in the opening contest. Del Rio got seven strikesouts from Sotelo and seven from LaGow as the Cats played the double header committing a lone miscue. The Wildcats now host Kerrville Tivy on Tuesday, April 6 at 4:15 p.m., to open the District 14-AAA baseball season with Jerry Lee to rjitch. fro Baseball Inaugural Set EAGLE PASS-The play-for-pay Liga del Ndrte (Northern League) .will have a double header in Fort Duncan Park Sunday after inaugural ceremonies open the home season for the Eagles at high nobhJaThe Northern Coahuila League 'ihas Frontera l Eagle Pass\ Fiedras Negrasf and Carrizo Springs playing this season. 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