New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 16, 1983, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Hera\&Zeitung Sunday, January 16,1983 9AUpsets reign in college top twenty play CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — “Sam Perkins was just unbelievable. Not only in scoring, but he was also very active on defense.” Those words came from Dean Smith, coach of the 11th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels, who hung on for a 101-95 Atlantic Coast Conference victory over No. 2 Virginia Saturday. Perkins, a 6-foot-9 junior, scored a career-high 36 points, grabbed IO rebounds and did a good job tying up Virginia’s 7-foot4 Ralph Sampson. Hitting mostly from the outside, Perkins tossed in 12 of 17 field goal tries, including a perfect 4-for-4 from three-point range, and made all eight of his free throw attempts. “We tried a bit of everything against Perkins,” Virginia Coach Terry Holland said. “He had a great day. It’s tough when a guy that big can go outside that way. They did a good job on Ralph without giving up things to other people. They kept us out of our offensive rhythm.” It was the ninth straight triumph for the defending NCAA champions, who are 12-3 overall and 2-0 in ACC play. In having its 34-game, home-court winning streak snapped, Virginia dropped to 12-2 overall and 3-1 in the ACC. North Carolina led by its biggest margin, 85-62, with 9:41 remaining, but Virginia rallied to close the gap to 97-95 with 50 seconds left. A 23-7 spurt by the v_cvaliers had brought them within 92-85 with 3:24 remaining. After Jim Miller’s off-balance jumper cut the lead to 97- 95, Jim Braddock and Michael Jordan each connected on a pair of free throws to clinch the victory.Memphis St. 80, Cincinnati 63 CINCINNATI (AP) — Junior guard Phillip Haynes scored 22 points to pace top-ranked Memphis State in an 80-63 romp over Cincinnati in a Metro Conference basketball game Saturday night. Memphis State, which gained the No. I ranking last Monday only to be upset 69-56 by Virginia Tech that night, improved its record to 12-1 overall and 2-1 in the conference. Cincinnati fell to 8-7 and 0-3 in the Metro. Cincinnati cut Memphis State’s lead to three points shortly before the half and trailed 36-29 at the intermission. However, Cincinnati managed just two of 13 field goal attempts and two of ll free throws to start the second half and fell behind 55-35 at the 11:50 mark. Memphis State stretched the lead to 27 points at one point. Center Derrick Phillips scored 18 points for Memphis State, 15 in the second half, and forward Keith Lee chipp-ped in 16. Kevin Gaffney led Cincinnati with 16 points.Georgia 67, Alabama 64 ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Freshman Donald Hartry’s 20-footer from the left of the key with 12 seconds remaining broke a 64-64 deadlock and Vern Fleming added a clinching free throw with one second to go as Georgia trimmed lOth-ranked Alabama 67-64 in a Southeastern Conference basketball game Saturday night. It was the fourth SEC setback in five games for the Crimson Tide, which had rolled through their preconference schedule with eight consecutive victories. The Tide, trailing 56-49 with 6:04 remaining, fought back for two ties in the final 91 seconds, the first on a pair of free throws by Bobby Lee Hurt that knotted the score at 62. Then, after Fleming hit a driving layup, Hurt came back to score from inside with 53 seconds to play to tied it at 64. Georgia called a time out with 30 seconds left and set the stage for Hartry’s go-ahead basket. Alabama took a time out after getting the ball past midcourt with seven seconds remaining, but Fleming virtually sealed the victory when he stole Ennis Whatley’s lob pass for Hurt. Fleming was fouled and added the final point one second from the finish.Boston College 68 St. John's 64 NEWTON, Mass (AP) — Michael Adams scored a career-high 27 points, made eight steals and added five assists to ignite Boston College to a 68-64 upset over third-ranked St. John’s in college basketball Saturday night. Unranked Boston College, which reached the Final Eight of last year’s NCAA tournament, improved its record to 11-2 overall and 2-1 in the Big East. St. John’s lost for the first time, as its record fell to 14-1 overall and 4-1 in conference play. The Redmen led only once, 37-36, after Chris Mullin hit the first basket of the second half. But they stayed close and trailed 57-54 before Adams, a sophomore guard, took charge. He sank two free throws with 2:53 left, assisted on Jay Murphy’s layup and added two more foul shots as the Eagles charged into a 63-54 lead with 1:59 to play. With the score 64-56, Adams stole the ball at midcourt and drove all the way for a basket on a goal-tending call against Kevin Williams, with 1:19 remaining.Auburn 75, Kentucky 67 LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Darrell Lockhart poured in 22 points and led Auburn to a share of the Southeastern Conference basketball lead with a 75-67 upset of No.6 Kentucky in college basketball action Saturday. It was Auburn’s first victory over Kentucky at Lexington, where it had lost 26 previous games. The victory raised Auburn to 10-3 overall and 3-1 in the SEC, which is good for at least a share of first place.Kentucky dropped to records of 11-3 and 3-2. Lockhart had six points during a 12-2 run that gave Auburn a 15-6 lead with 13:42 to go in the half.Kentucky never again got closer than four points. Auburn’s Chuck Person added 20 points, including 12 in the second half, and Odell Mosteller had 15. Derrick Hord led Kentucky with 15 points while Jim Master finished with ll and Dirk Minniefield IO. Dallas' Martin denies drug use DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Cowboys defensive end Harvey Martin, reacting to an admitted drug dealer’s court testimony that he used cocaine with the pro football standout, says “somebody is trying to hurt me bad.” “I hope everybody has enough faith in me and not somebody who is convicted," Martin said Friday. “Please believe me. Somebody is trying to hurt me bad. I don’t know why ... It’s horrible." Former barber Danny Stone testified Thursday in the trial of four accused cocaine dealers that he and Martin “were in on some deals together, where he would come over and we’d do some (cocaine I and he would pay for his part.” Stone, whose testimony came outside the presence of the jury, said he used cocaine with Martin 'two or three times.” Martin has acknowledged knowing Stone, but denied any dealings with him in cocaine. “Since Danny Stone is going to the penitentiary, he really didn't mind perjuring himself. For him to really lie on me like that, I think he would have to think he had nothing to lose, so why not perjure himself,” Martin said. “Ifs all a lie,” Martin said. “I never thought he would lie about me like that." Stone, who also said he was friends with Cowboys President Tex Schramm and Vice President Gil Brandt because he cut their hair, originally faced several federal drug charges. He pleaded guilty to a single charge of conspiracy and agreed to testify against his co-defendants in the case. Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert R. Smith successfully objected that Stone’s statements concerning Martin and the team officials were irrelevant. Stone said outside the courtroom that he was concerned that his testimony would hurt Martin's career. Martin, who is preparing for the Cow boys' playoff game Sunday against Green Bay, said he particularly was concerned about the reaction of children. “That hurts me more than anything else,' Martin said. "He’s trying to destroy the little bit we have left to live for. The kids believe in me, love me, trust me. A lot of people believe in me Schramm, reached in San Francisco, acknowledged knowing Stone. But Schramm said that "other than him being a barber in a barbershop, I wouldn’t know anything else about it ” Schramm declined to comment on Stone’s testimony. Hanika drops Pfaff, 7-5,6-1 HOUSTON (AP)- Seventh-seeded Sylvia Hanika finally expended Eva Pfaff’s supply of comebacks and scored a 7-5, 6-1 victory Friday night to gain the finals of the $150,000 Virginia Slims of Houston tennis tournament. Top-seeded Martina Navratilova met third-seeded Tracy Austin in a later semifinals match. Pfaff, who struggled through the singles and doubles draw playing four three-set matches and four tie-breaker gams, finally cratered in the second set after a near comeback in the opening set against her fellow countryman from West Germany. Hanika broke Pfaff in the third game of the match but Pfaff broke back in the fourth game and held in the fifth game. During a stretch over the fifth and sixth games, Pfaff won seven straight points. Hanika, using her steady baseline game to pass the tiring Pfaff, broke her West German opponent in the lith game to take the first set. Pfaff lost her final chance to regain the momentum when she had Hanika down love-30 in the fourth game of the second set but hit three errors to allow Hanika to hold. “I was making a lot of unforced errors in the first set,” Hanika said. “But she was either hitting out or into the net. Sometimes I thought she was going to fall asleep, she looked so tired. 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