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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                V USC whips Irish Florida State rolls LOS ANGELES AP Tailback Michael i Harper scored Eric Hipp kicked a irpair of field goals and an overpowering Southern Cal defense led by linebacker Chip Banks held previously unbeaten Notre Dame in check Saturday as the 17 Trojans upset the secondranked Irish a sophomore helping to fill in for the injured Marcus put the Trojans ahead to stay when he raced 6 yards for a touchdown with remaining in the second The defeat almost certainly ended Notre Dames hopes for a national championship as the Irish fell to Notre Dame meets topranked Georgia in the Sugar Harpers second touchdown came on a 10 K yard jaunt that climaxed a 70yard drive k with remaining in the The nationally televised contest played before a crowd of at the Los Angeles Coliseum marked the final regularseason game as Irish coach for Dan who announced earlier he was retiring at the end of the Hipp added a 22yard field goal later in the second quarter to give Southern which finished its season with an 821 record and snapped a twogame losing a 104 lead at the Harry Oliver cut difference to seven points when he kicked a 30yard field goal with less than a minute remaining in the third The threepointer came after the Trojans defense had twice stopped Notre Dame near the USC goal in cluding one stand that began when the Irish had first and goal at the Southern Cal 3yard Banks set up Hipps second field goal when he intercepted a Mike Courey pass at midfield and returned it to the Notre Dame 1yard A penalty moved the ball and the Trojans settled for a 17yard field jgoal by Hipp early in the final All the games scoring except Harpers final touchdown was set up by Safety Dennis Smith recovered a fumble by Notre Dames Phil Carter at the Irish 31 to set up Harpers first scoring A roughing the kicking call against Notre Dame and a pass interference penalty shortly later that put the ball at the Irish 14 yard line led to Hipps first field Olivers field goal followed Dave Duer sons recovery of a Harper fumble at the USC 5yard AP Rick Stockstill threw secondhalf touchdown passes of 19 and 20 yards to Hardis lifting thirdranked Florida State from a 10 point deficit to a 1713 victory over Florida Saturday in a bitter intrastate rivalry that ended the regular season for both bowl bound While Stockstill generated some life into the Seminoles which was limited to 89 yards in the first the rugged Florida State which surrendered 226 yards in the first two held Floridas Gators to just 31 in the final 30 minutes and preserved its brilliant record of not yielding a point in the fourth period all Tangerine Bowlbound a two touchdown stunned a record Doak Campbell Stadium crowd of along with a national television by taking a 133 halftime lead on a 53yard pass play from Wayne Peace to Tyrone Young in the opening period and secondquarter field goals of 38 and 36 yards by Brian But the Orange Bowlbound who finished the regular season with a 101 record to Floridas came out storming in the second half behind the passing of the clutch receiving of Johnson and the running of secondstring tailback Ricky They drove 82 yards in 11 plays following the secondhalf kickoff with Williams carrying seven times for 35 yards and Stockstill completing three passes for The at of the third came when Johnson grabbed Stockstills 19 yard pass at the goal beating strong safety Kyle The Seminoles were hurt by penalties later in the which nullified first an interception and then a first But they drove 54 yards for the winning touchdown after Gary Henry fumbled a Florida punt but recovered the ball at his HewBtauntels Hefald2eifung 6A Staff photo by John Senter Houstons Mike Dunleavy drives around Spurs Mark Olberding Dunleavy guides Rockets to win HOUSTON AP Mike Duftleavy came off the bench and scored a cafeefhigh 48 points to pace the Houston Rockets to a 111408 win over the Denver Nuggets in a National Basketball Association game here Saturday who entered the game with a point scoring had quarter totals of 12 11 12 points and 13 The win improved Houstons record to while the Nuggets fell to on the which led by 14 points early in the second was led by Alex English with 26 points and Dan Issel with The Nuggets led by early in the first but Dunleavy came into the game and scored 12 points and Houston led 2422 by the end of the Houston led 3736 on a Calvin Murphy basket with left in the but Issel scored nine points and the Nuggets outscored the Rocets 2613 to take a 6250 halftime Denver was up by 14 again early in the third quarter and was ahead 7158 with remaining in the third Dunleavy scored 12 points in the next four and a half minutes and baskets by Rudy Tomjanovich and a layup by Calvin Garrett gave Houston a 7471 The Rockets led 8275 going into the final Hawks 110 Mavericks 104 ATLANTA AP Rookie Don Collins scored a careerhigh 25 points to lead the Atlanta Hawks past the Dallas Mavericks 110104 in Saturday night National Basketball Association John Drew added 23 points as Atlanta won for only the second time in their last seven Steve Hawes and Charlie Criss each added 15 points to the Atlanta The Dallas loss was the teams 10th in a row overall and llth straight loss on the The Mavericks dropped to 325 for the Both teams played lethargic and uninspired ball for much of the reflecting their recent The lead changed hands eight times in the first quarter as neither team was able to establish a sustained offensive Dallas led 2726 at the end of the first Atlanta took a 5852 halftime lead on the strength of Collins Dallas tied Atlanta at 82 only seconds into the fourth That basket injected life into the Atlanta The Hawks scored two fastbreak baskets to regain their ad which they kept for the rest of the HigH school playoffs F f Scots rally beats Piano Briefly N BAG holds banquet st was Scott Mares Rob MoerscheU hi tight end Glenn Watson on a 28yard touchdown pass with 28 seconds left in the game as Highland Park scored an amazing 2321 comeback win over Piano Saturday in a Class 5A schoolboy football quar terfinal Trailing 143 at Highland Park stunned a Texas Stadium crowd of rwith three second half touchdown drives that avenged Pianos 2928 quar tterfinal win over the Scots in Highland Park advances to Ithe 5A seminfinals next weekend against Odessa a 270 quarterfinal victor over With only nine seconds left Ui the third Moer schell connected with Nobel Nash on a 59yard scoring But a twopoint con version leaving the Scots on the short end of a 219 MoerscheU hit flanker Cullen Davis with a crucial 57 yard pass midway in the fourth quarter to set up the Scots second Two Brian Glasscock plowed in from the Piano recovered an onside nowhere against Scot defensive line and was forced to On fourth and three at the Highland Park Moerschell completed a 10yard pass to An interference call five plays later against Piano cornerback Mike Miller gave Highland Park a first down at the Piano Odessa Permian 27 Amarillo 0 LUBBOCK AP Safety Mark Glasscock intercepted two returning one for a and tailback Kent Sager ran for two other touchdowns as Odessa Per mian crushed Amarillo 270 in a class 5A schoolboy football quarterfinal game here Saturday Glasscock returned his first interception 36 yards for a touchdown to stake Permian to a 70 first quarter which is now 100 2 on the forced six AmarUlo turnovers en route to recording its ninth shutout of the The stingy Pan ther defense allowed which closed out its season to cross the mid field stripe only Paris Lubbock Estacado 0 WICHITA FALLS AP Dino Kammar scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 8 yards and a stingy Paris defense blanked Lubbock Estacado to give the Wildcats a 140 victory Saturday in a Class 4A schoolboy semifinal football The victory puts Paris in this weeks state 4A cham pionship game against Paris is now 121 for the year and Estacado finished the season at The New Braunfels Aquatic Club honored its top swim mers for 1980 last week with a banquet at the Methodist Church Fellowship The award banquet honored age group and the Super B swimmers or better who improved their times 20 percent and showed good character and sport Super Dolphins included Linda Lisa Jeff Josh Katherine Kyle and Nancy In the 10 and under age the high point winners were Michelle Mclntire and Josh while for 1112 it was Katherine Kyle and Jeff For the winner was Linda and for 1518 Players pick team DALLAS AP Baylor running back Walter Aber crombie was named the outstanding offensive player of the year and teammate Mike Singletary the out standing defensive player in the Times Herald Players All Southwest Conference football In seven members of the conference champion Baylor Bears were named to the first string of the honorary team selected by other SWC players in a poll published in the newspapers Sunday Terry Tausch of New Braunfels was a selection at 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