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New Braunfels Unicorns

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"We really hit lights-out tonight," New ... [cached]

"We really hit lights-out tonight," New Braunfels coach Tina Salazar said.

"We're going to be working to get ready for Hays, because it's really going to be a big game for us," Salazar said.

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I have no qualms with how we played today," Unicorns coach Tina Salazar said.

"She threw well, but we did hit her," Salazar said.
Salazar chose to hold Miller at third with two outs and Beltran got out of the inning after Melanie Ramirez grounded out.
Production like that will be hard to replace, Salazar said.
"It's going to be hard to fill those shoes," Salazar said."It's been great.
"We had a fabulous season," Salazar said.

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Still, the end result pleased Unicorns coach Tina Salazar.

"It's huge," she said.
"We played very well all the way around," Salazar said.

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"I don't know what happened - for some reason we just stopped hitting the ball," Unicorns coach Tina Salazar said after her team allowed its first runs of the season.

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Coach: Tina Salazar

Salazar said the Unicorns will initially take a hit with the loss of first-team all-district center fielder Coral Schroeder, who declined to play because of injuries.
Your other kids have to step up," Salazar said when asked who will step in for the three-year veteran.
"We've got a all-state pitcher coming back," said Salazar of Gregoire, the co-27-4A MVP last season who led greater San Antonio in strikeouts (316 in 178 2/3 innings), ERA (0.19) and overall record (25-2).
"She had 15 strikeouts in a row in the scrimmage against Round Rock, so I took her out," Salazar said.
Those are two key positions we're going to have fill with people who are fairly young," Salazar said."We're coming together nicely.We've played four scrimmages, and have gotten better with each one."Outlook: New Braunfels was an immovable object last spring, when it beat nearly all comers and coasted through its 27-4A slate.Then came the regional semifinal against Boerne, where the Unicorns were not only shut out but were victims of a perfect game.Boerne lost to 27-4A runner-up Dripping Springs - eventually the state runner-up - in the Region IV final.To say the least, the Unicorns haven't forgotten."Oh my gosh - (the hurt) is still here," Salazar said.
She just works her tail off," Salazar said."She also feels that Boerne loss and there's a fire that's lit under us.She had so many personal goals and so does this team, which means so much to her.She wants to do great for herself, but also tells the team she wants to do it for them."NB is the hands-down No. 1 team in the District 26-4A.Salazar sees Hays and Clemens as contenders, as well as Canyon."No matter what's going on with them, they always come out and play us tough," she said of the Cougarettes.

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