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Not Too-Bad Del Rio Wildcat baseball coach Bob Denison was naturally not elated over Wednesday's district-opening loss, 6-4, to tough Kerrville Tivy. He felt that with a few timely base hits and a heads-up situation here arid there that the Cats could have very easily won the decision. Del Rio will now be off duty as far as actual games are concerned, but they'll have plenty" of batting practice before they resume play after the Easter holidays. Their first opponent then will be Crystal City here, and we look for a little more plate power and perhaps a bit of change in the Del Rio batting order. Tivy's Joe Lara was tough as they had him touted out there on the mound. He owns a lively fast ball but used it sparingly and was content to employ his bag of junk. Jerry Lee pitched well and hit better, polling his four-master; losing the duke when it really wasn't his fault. There weren't any flagrant bobbles, but a mental lapse or two hurt the Cats' chances of opening the District 14-AAA season on a winning note. DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Wednesday, April 7, 1971-5 Antlers Trip Del Rio, 5-4 FRESH FISH-61 largemouth black bass made up the recent harvest for Bobby Preston and C.L. Preston of Kingsland and Don, Mark and Mitch Meinecke of Waco. The visiting fishermen used plastic worms on upper Devil's River Arrri of Amistad Lake to make the two-day, catch. (Photo -Courtesy Rough Canyon Marina) Two Birds While Texas A&M basketball coach Shelby Matcalf is in the area he hopes to bag two deals. His prime time quarry is 6-7 Webb Williams the Comstock cagejice. Secondary, but probably just as satisfying, Coach Metcalf hopes to bag some black bass from Amistad Lake. , Steve Haynes, manager of the Panther basketball team and a durn fine high school angler, is taking Coach Metcalf to some of his and papa Mike's favorite Big Friendly haunts. Tom Taylor, former successful player and later cage coach at the Del Rio High School, will have his Diablo East Marina camera clicking for us as the Aggie mentor makes his Amistad Lake debut. Later we'll have a chance to swap a few Big Friendly angles with Coach Metcalf and we'll report his side of the tale Thursday. Even Comstock Jim Harris, the ex-Notre Dame and later Indiana high school mentor, is an avid angler so we'll have a three-way pitch. Hawks Hovering Terry Hill, former Del Rio Wildcat baseball and football operator, tells me that the Del Rio Hawks will organize early this year for the coming baseball season. In fact, he and Coach Matlock will take a look at whatever talent shows up Saturday, at 2 p.m. in Roosevelt Park. Hill and Matlock are holding the first tryout session Saturday and all area post-high school ball payers are welcome to test their diamond ability in a try to make the Hawks squad. Later when colleges turn out for the summer the Hawks will pick up a host of extra talent and the Queen City will have two clubs playing amateur ball. The Del •Rio Rams are already in action and will also bolster their squad with vacationing college players this year. Border Blast The Eagle Pass Eagles bombed out nine homeruns in belting San Antonio Edgewood 27-2 yesterday in the Alamo City. The victory eased the Eagles into a three-way tie for 32-AAAA's district lead with Memorial and Pox Tech, both San Antonio schools at 4-1. Robert Kresdorn tossed a two-hitter for the Eagles and banged two out of the park. He also gave up one homer, to Red Raider Reynolds. In winning their 4th loop tilt the Eagles hammered out 22 base hits and had scoring innings of six runs thrice, five, three and one for their 27-tally total. Few Left Mustangs Win, 7-3 D'HANIS-The San Felipe Mustangs wound up the pre-district contest with a 7-3 victory over the D'Hanis Cowboys here Tuesday night. The Herd used Waldy Felan on the mound and the sophomore ace scattered seven hits to pick up the win over the Cowboys' Chuck Burrell. . Host D'Hanis put two runs on the board in the third inning when the catcher was safe on an infield bobble and strode Baseball Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston Detroit Wftsh. Baltimore New York Cleveland 1 01.000 1 01.000 1 01.000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 — — — ] 1 1 West Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago Oakland Minnesota California 1 01.000 1 01.000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 — — 1 1 1 Ms Results Detroit 8, Cleveland 2 Boston 3, New York 1 Kansas City 4, California 1 Milwaukee 7, Minnesota 2 Other clubs not scheduled American League Wednesday's .Games Washington (Cox 8-12) at Baltimore (McNally 24-9) Chicago (John 12-17 and Johnson 4-7) at Oakland (Fingers 7-9 and Hunter 18-14), 2 Milwaukee (Krausse 13-18) at Minnesota (Blyleven 10-9) Kansas City (Bunker 2-11) at California (Murphy 16-13), night Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Boston at C leyeland Kansas City at California Only games scheduled Fight Results Tuesday's Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON-Mark Davis. 155, Britain, and Fate Davis, 155% , Akron, Ohio, drew, 0. National League East W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago New York Pittsburgh Philadel. Montreal St. Louis Atlanta San Fran. Los Ang. Houston San Diego Cincinnati 1 1 1 0 0 0 West 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 01 01 1 1 1 01 01 1 1 1 1 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000 — — 1 1 1 — — Vfe te 1 1 Results New York 4, Montreal 2 (5 innings) Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 2, St. Louis 1 (10 innings) Los Angeles 2, Houston 0 San Francisco 4, San Diego 0 Other clubs not scheduled Wednesday's Games Montreal (Renko 13-11) at New York (Gentry 9-9) Atlanta (Reed 7-10) at Cincinnati (McGlothlin 14-10), night Los Angeles (Sutton 15-13) at Houston (Blasingame 3-3), night St. Louis (Carloon 10-19) at Chicago (Hands 18-15) San Francisco (Perry 23-13) at San. Diego (Kirby 10-16), night Only games scheduled . Thursday's Games Montreal at New York Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, night Chicago at Houston, night San Francisco at San Diego, night Only games scheduled home ahead of pitcher Burrell who hit the second pitch out of Cowboy Park. The Herd tied it 2-all in the fifth on an error, a double by Tony, Lomas and another Cowboy miscue. In the top of the sixth, San Felipe struck for five runs on Felan's double, a D'Hanis bobble and three consecutive singles by Pete Hernandez, Glenn Blanks and Oscar Ozuna before David Moncibais doubled. The Cowboys got a run back in the bottom of the sixth on Steve Burre!Fs double and two fielder's choices and made a bid in the bottom of the seventh to win it on Rothe's double and Ray Bendele's single but alert defensive play cut the hometown rally to leave the runners stranded. RHE San Felipe 000 025 0—7 104 D'Hanis 0020010-3 74 San Felipe Lomas 2b Moncibais c Benson 3b Flores ss Felan p Best rf Hernandez cf Blanks lb Ozuna If TOTALS D'Hanis Garcia Rothe C. Burrell Bendele Sarabia S. Burrell P. Villareal Torres S. Villareal TOTALS Winning pitcher Felan, Loser/ C. Burrell; Innings pitched! Felan 7, Burrell 7; Strikeouts: Felan 6, Burrell 6; Bases on balls: Felan 2, Burrell 0. Earned runs: San Felipe 5, D'Hanis 2. Two base hits: Rothe, S. Burrell; Lomas, D. Moncibais, Benson, Felan. Horherun: C. Burrell.. The Kerrville Tivy Antlers parlayed 10 hits into five runs to defeat host Del Rio 5-4 in the District 14-AAA openejr Tuesday afternoon at Wildcat Field. ; Tivy put its first tally on the Scoreboard in the opening inning when Steve Wilke singled with one out and Jack Michel doubled with two outs. Wildcat pitcher Jerry Lee fanned two in the inning. Kerrville added two runs in the top of the third as Wilke singled again, stole second and raced home on Joe Lara's double. Lara moved to third on a fielder's choice and scored on a wild pitch. Tivy's fourth run came in the firth inning when Michel hit his second two-base hit and romped home on Larry Snodgrass' single to lead 4-0. Host Del Rio came to life in their half of the fifth with three runs. Ceasar Sotelo doubled to open the inning and Gary Rodriguez singled before Game At A Glance KERRVILLE George Flynn was safe on an Antler error. Tivy hurler Lara whiffed Felix Garcia and Mario Hernandez but Mike McDonald doubled home the second and third runs. In 'the sixth Tivy's Glen Pbe opened the inning with a two*base hit and went to third on Don Ashmore's bunt. Jeff Waliky singled Poe home before Lee got the next two Antler batters on fly balls. The Wildcats got a run back in their half of the sixth when pitcher Lee boomed one out of the park but Tivy twirler Lara stiffened to get the next three Cat swingers out. Lee allowed a harmless single in the seventh and got the Antlers out leaving Ellis Bill stranded on first base. Lara took care of the Del Rio batters in the home half of the final stanza on two infield plays and a strikeout. ' Bracket* Qualifies Five for Regional ab 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 34 ab 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 32 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 10 h 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 7 r 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 7 r 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 bi 0 2" 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 7 bi 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Waliky cf Wilke ss Lara p Michel lb Snodgrass 3b Billc Overby 2b Poe rf Ashmore If TOTALS DEL Hernandez LaGow McDonald Wilcox Lee Henderson Sotello Rodriguez Flynn .Rosas Ramirez Garcia TOTALS ab 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 1 31 RIO ab 3 1 3 2 3 3 3 3 1 2 1 3 27 Home run: McDonald, Michel 2, Poe. r 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 r 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 Lee Sotelo. h 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 10 h 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 j bi 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 bi 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2b: Lara, RH E UVALDE-The Brackett Tiger track and field team qualified five contestants for the regional meet set for April 24 in Brenham at Tuesday's district meet in Uvalde's Honey Bowl. Joe Rose ted the Tiger squad with a first in the long jump at 19' 2" and ran a leg on the winning mile relay team with Mario Jaso, Richard Goodloe -tnd Grover Neuman in 3:44.0 besides taking second in the 330-yard intermediate hurdles. Jaso won the 440-yard event in 54 flat to qualify for that regional test and Gilbert Castro took second for the same event. The Tigers finished third in the district duel behind Rocksprings who had 113 points to beat out challenger Leakey with 104. Other Tiger marks came on a third place finish in the 440-relay event and on Grover Neuman's placement in the 440-yard dash. Brackett's junior high team won their division with 40 points as Utopia placed second with 25V£ and Comstock third with 22. The Tiger junior 440-yard relay team of Gil Hernandez, Bobby Gum, Joe Munoz and Filimon Martinez raced to victory in 50.3 and John Payne replaced Hernandez on the 880-yard relay unit to help win that event in 1:49.6. (See BRACKETT, Page 6) Pro By THE Scoreboard Basketball PRESS Kerrville 102 Oil 0—5 10 2 Del Rio 000 031 0—4 6 0 Whining pitcher: Lara; Loser: Lee. Innings pitched: Lara 7, Lee 7; Wild pitch: Lee 2, Lara y O. Walks: Lara 1, Lee 3; Struck out by: Lara 12, Lee 5; Earned runs: Tivy 4, Del Rio 3. Left on base:Tivy 7,Del Rio 3 Oilers Name New Trainer HOUSTON (AP) - The Houston Oilers of the National Football League hired a new trainer Tuesday, picking Warren Ariail from the New Orelans Saints. Ariail replaces veteran Oiler trainer Bobby Brown, who was released by the Oilers earlier this year. ASSOCIATED NBA Tuesday's Results Eastern Conference Finals New York 112, Baltimore 111. New York leads best-of-u series, 1-0. WesternConference Semifi Los Angeles 109, Chicago. 98. Los Angeles wins best-of-7 series, 4-3. Wednesday's Games Western Conference Final. Milwaukee-Los Angeles best- of-7 series schedule to be announced. ABA Tuesday's Results East Division Semifinals New York 135, Virginia 132, Virginia leads best-of-7 series, 2-1. Floridians 120, Kentucky 102> Kentucky leads best-of-7 series, 2-1. West Division Semifinals Utah 128 Texas 107, Utah- wins best-of-7 series, 4-0. Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games East Division Semifinals Virginia at New York West Division Semifinals Indiana at Memphis, Indiana leads best-of-7 series, 3-0. Thursday's Games East Division Semifinals Kentucky at Floridians Only game scheduled NHL Results National Hockey League Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. Wednesday's Games, Toronto "at "New York, 1st game of best-of-7 series, Montreal at Boston, 1st game of best-of-7 series. Philadelphia at Chicago, 1st game of best-of-7 series. Minnesota at St. Louis, 1st game of best-of-7 series. Thursday's Games Toronto at New York Montreal at Boston Philadelphia at Chicago Minnesota at St. Louis PONY CARTS, WAGONS & HORSE CARTS 775-5655 San Felipe Quarterback Club spokesman Roy Musquiz commented this morning on Thursday nite's football banquet and mentioned that "a few tickets were still available for the event." ] The affair honoring the Mustang gridders will be held at the Del Rio Civic Center and Musquiz said some ducats will be put on sale at the Civic Center box office. Jones Ramsey, sports news director for the University of Texas, will head the program as the speaker. Ramsey is bound to come up with some entertaining comments about the Longhorn athletic programs and he may slip in one or two from A&M where he directed the sports news when ol' Bear Bryant made football history. Backup entertainment for Ramsey will be the Mexi-Souls, a musical group and the High Stepping Senoritas, a dance routine chorus line from San Felipe High School. ] That's 3ti. ' Dodgers Blank Astros, 2 to 0 HOUSTON (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers managed their first victory of the 1971 National "League seasonTuesday night on thelongball hitting of new right fielder Bill Buckner. Buckner hit his first jnajor league home run in the fourth inning, scoring Willie Davis, ahead of him, as the Dodgers blanked the Houston Astros 2-0. The Dodgers managed just six hits and the Astros only four. The homer by Buckner. after Davis singled, handed Astros pitcher Don Wilson a defeat in his first start of the Infant season. Claude Osteen was the winner. That put the two clubs all even in the twp games they've played. Buckner isnt exactly a rookie this year. He made a brief appearance with the Dodgers at the start of last season but soon ! found himsell with Spokane in . thePacific Coast League, where he batted .335. That kind of performance wasnt unusual. 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