New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 11, 1983, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung March 11, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Syracuse gets win over Georgetown Sports shorts By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer Jim Boeheim didn’t have to say much to his Syracuse basketball players before sending them out to meet Georgetown in the Big East tournament. "If any team needed a win, it was us,” said the Syracuse coach. The 20th*ranked Orangemen had lost two regular-season games to the Hoyas — including one as recently as last Monday night — and a loss Thursday night would not only have bounced them out of the tournament, but quite possibly out of the NCAA playoffs as well. They made sure that wouldn’t happen, beating the 15th-ranked Hoyas convincingly, 79-72. "Syracuse was better than us tonight,” said Georgetown Coach John Thompson. "Monday night had nothing to do with it. "Rautins and Santifer knew it was their last time around. They did a great job. They beatus.” Thompson referred to two of the Orangemen’s seniors, Leo Rautins and Erich Santifer. Santifer scored 23 points and Rautins had 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists. In the other quarterfinal games at Madison Square Garden, No. 8 St. John's defeated Pitt 64-53 behind Billy Goodwin’s 16 points; No. 13 Villenova edged Connecticut 69-68 on John Pinone’s free throw with 23 seconds remaining and No. 14 Boston College hammered Seton Hall 79-56 behind John Garris’ 23 points, outscoring the Pirates by a whopping 53-20 in the second half. "Connecticut played inspired basketball. Our patience down the stretch and experience down the stretch took its toll on them,” said Villanova Coach Rollie Massimino. The Big East tournament was one of several played around the country Thursday night as teams continued to shoot for spots in the NCAA’s post-season tourney. Sidney Green scored 28 points to lead No. 9 Nevada-Las Vegas to 74-67 victory over University of the Pacific in an opening round game of the Pacific Coast Athletic Association tournament. In other first-round games, San Jose State beat Utah State 80-66 behind Chris McNealy’s 27 points; Fresno State defeated UC Irvine 86-68 as Bernard Thompson scored 24 and Ricky Smith hit a 12-foot bank shot with three seconds to play as Long Beach State upset Fullerton State 61-59. In the Southern Conference, Willie White had 28 points as 18th-ranked Tennessee-Chattanooga pulled away from scrappy Appalachian State 71-58. George Singleton scored 17 points as Furman stunned Marshall 67-60. Winfred King scored 21 points and pulled down 19 rebounds as East Tennessee State took a 75-65 victory-over The Citadel. Kenny Trimier’s 24 points paced Western Carolina to an 86-62 victory over Davidson. Ennis Whatley hit two free throws with 1:12 remaining to give sluggish Alabama the lead, and Terry Williams made two clinching free throws with four seconds to play as the Crimson Tide came back in the second half to trim Auburn 62-61 in the opening game of the Southeastern Conference tournament. Dale Ellis tallied 26 points, 19 in the second half, as Tennessee rolled past Florida 78-62. Alabama Coach Wimp Sanderson said the key to the Crimson Tide victory was its man-to-man defense in the second half after playing mainly a zone defense the first 20 minutes. "The man-to-man defense picked up our intensity and helped us play harder,” he said. Rick Lamb scored 22 points to spark Illinois State to a 79-61 victory over Bradley in semifinal action of the Missouri Valley Conference championships. Ricky Ross hit a 15-foot jump shot with four seconds left in the game to lead Tulsa past New Mexico State 49-48 in the night’s second game. Darrell Browder’s 17 points carried Texas Christian to a 65-53 Southwest Conference quarterfinal victory over cold-shooting Texas AAM. Jon Koncak, hitting 25-footers with as much ease as layups, scored 21 points to pace Southern Methodist to a 76-69 victory over Texas Tech. "Everything was falling for me,” said Koncak. "I knew in the second half they would come out and front me to stop me and they did but the other guys picked up the slack.” John Devereaux poured in 25 points, pulled down 16 rebounds and blocked six shots as Ohio Universitv whipped Toledo 70-59. Surgery a success Richard faces six weeks recovery HOUSTON (AP) -Houston Astros pitcher J R. Richard underwent surgery to improve circulation in his left leg only because of his profession, his surgeon says. "If J R. Richard was not an athlete, we would not have considered operating,” Dr. William S. Fields said Thursday following the six-hour operation. "He could have had an office job. but that’s not what he wanted to do. We wanted to get him back throwing again,” Fields said. Thursday’s surgery was the latest setback in Richard’s long comeback road that started in July 1980 when the former All-Star pitcher suffered a stroke during a workout in the Astrodome. Richard had reported to the Astros spring training last month in the best shape since his stroke, Fields said, but started suffering leg fatigue after running drills. Doctors discovered that an artificial artery-implanted in Richard’s left leg in 1980 had become clogged. In Thursday’s operation, doctors bypassed the blocked artery with another artificial artery Fields said Richard would    remain hospitalized seven to IO days and could resume a light exercise program within two weeks. It likely will be six weeks before Richard could resume full spring training activity, he said. The only setback Richard had suffered was the lost time in recovering from the surgery. Fields said. • We're still looking at this as a detour,” the doctor said. “He should be able to resume his career.” Richard, a former All-Star pitcher, underwent emergency surgery- in July 1980 after suffering a near-fatal stroke during a workout in the Astrodome Surgeons at that time removed a piece of artery from Richard’s leg and used it to repair a damaged artery rn his pitching shoulder. Doctors replaced the missing portion of artery in Richard’s leg with an artificial Dacron artery. It was that artificial artery- that became clogged during spring training this year and forced Richard’s most recent surgery Richard, since his stroke, has been seeking a return to the major leagues. He pitched last summer for Tucson in the Class AAA league but was not effective. He had been showing improvement during spring training until his leg problem developed. The 6-foot-8 righthander, whose fast ball had been clocked at nearly IOO mph, was the National League's starting pitcher in the 1980 All-Star game. He had a 10-4 record and a 1.89 earned run average. Bartels keeps lead in McQueeney bass tourney A cold front that moved through the weekend of Feb. 26-27 held down the catches by members of the McQueeney Bass Club, but Bobby Bartels still pulled in enough fish to win the February tournament. Bartels reeled in 12 lbs., 6 oz. of bass on Lake Mathis. Second went to Kevin Reinters with IO lbs, I oz. and third went to Howard McNeil. Babe Ruth parents set organizational meeting All parents of children between the ages of 13 and 18 interested in playing Babe Ruth League baseball need to attend an organizational meeting planned for Monday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Babe Ruth Field in Comal Park on Kuehler Ave. There will be an election of officers along with a discussion of plans for the season. For more information, call 625-9289. American Little League sets registration dates Registration and tryouts for the American Little League will be held Saturday, March 12 from IO a.m. to I p.m. and Saturday, March 19 from I p.m. to 3 p.m. at the American League field adjacent to the Comal County Fair Grounds on Common St. Boys and girls bom after July 31, 1970 and before August 1,1975 in even-numbered months (February, April, June, August, October and December) are eligible. (Persons born in odd-numbered months are eligible for play in the National Little League). Every player must register and all first-time players should bring along a certified copy of his or her birth certificate. Players should be accompanied by their parent or guardian at registration. The registration fee is $5 per player or $7.50 per family is more than one child per family plays. Soft drink fees are $2 per season and the team pictures will be $5 each; these fees can be paid in advance. All players except Pee Wees (8- and 9-year-olds I and returning Major Leaguers (12- and 13-year-olds) must atten tryouts immediately after registration. For more information, call 629-2274. Girls Softball League announces registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball League will hold registration on Saturday, March 12 and 19 from 9 a m. to I p.m. at Canyon Middle School. All girls, ages 7 to 18 (by April 1st), are eligible for PeeWee, Junior or Senior division play. A registration fee of $5 will be charged per player and first-time players are required to show proof of age. National Little League final sign up Saturday The New Braunfels National Little league will hold registration and tryouts on Saturday. March 12 from I p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. To register in this league your birthday needs to fall in the odd-numbered months of the year (that’s January, March, May, July, September and November — even-numbered month birthdays play in the American League). To be eligible to play you must be 8 years old before July 31, 1983 and not turn 13 years old before Aug. I, 1983. A birth certificate must be presented and a parent or guardian must accompany the player at registration and sign a Parent’s Release. Players are also requested to pay $5 in advance for the after-game drinks and $5 (optional) for a copy of the team picture. For more information, contact Hylmar L. Schneider at 625-6918. SLC postpones SWT admittance decision BEAUMONT (AP) — The Southland Conference has tabled until April the idea of admitting Southwest Texas State, which is currently a member of the Lone Star Conference. Athletic directors of SLC schools, meeting here in connection with the conference’s post-season basketball tournament, decided Thursday to send the Bobcats’ application to a two-member committee. Gordon McCullough, the acting SWT athletic director, said he is optimistic the application will be accepted in April. 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(AP i — A solo home run by Gary Ward in the sixth inning led the Minnesota Twins to a 5-4 exhibition baseball victory over Houston at Tinker Field. Ward went 3-for-3, doubling twice, in the win Thursday. He scored three runs and knocked in the game-winning run with his homer as the Twins raised their exhibition record to 2-1. It was Houston's first exhibition appearance. Minnesota took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on back-to-back doubles by Ward and Kent Hrbek, but Houston scored three times in the top of the third. A single by Craig Reynolds put him on second when Bert Pena reached in an error by third baseman Dave Baker and Alan Kmcely singled to left to load the bases. A single by outfielder Scott Loucks scored one run, another scored when Kevm Bass hit into a double play and Twins pitcher Rick Lysander balked in Knicely with the third run. The Twins bounced back with two in the bottom of the third when Jim Eisenreich walked. Ward doubled and both scored on a throwing error by shortstop Dickie Thon. The Twins made it 4-3 on Ward’s homer in the sixth and Minnesota picked up another run in the seventh on a run-scoring single by Bobby Mitchell. NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY EVENINGS DANCE 7 P.M. - 10 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE BRING THE KIOS FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY ***** VVi\la9t * RESTAURANT A BlERGARTEN FEATURING THE BEST OF DOMESTIC A IMPORTED BEERS AUTHENTIC GERMAN FOOD ANO atmospheme HOME OF THE t FT SANDWICH ANO I) EGG JDW AUSTIN NEW BRAUNFELS TEXAS HTrjgMhFx I 1(17) ll ll I adm IM ll. IHM I M A Hmm I l l I Itta 4 It I SMSI DI. SMU 11! intuit M? a IM VUU VA VMI IM A NS 414 NI IMH IM A Mm 4 U ll I MHW 4 M A I ■NSM IM I VMI MI lri||i IM 4. ims a ii a a HMM    UNH A-17 USI Stat 14, f. Va laitya M MMSI IK Mat ll, f IMUIX 44 Bepun PiH IHI HW A I. tai SI fatal, SUMI Hi ll IU MST (ami A fatal ii •man staata •mu si a cauma an ftaatu a U|ta4lmMta ii Sat tim A SUH) I a Satin CSM. Hum St U KU 111. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: March 11, 1983

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