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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Twelve qualify for state power I if ting A CHS student applauds the powerlifters Canyon High School is sending a dozen strong men to the State Powerlift Meet Saturday In The twelve all finished In the top three In their respective weight divisions at the South Texas Regional Powerlift held last month at Canyon There are 10 weight and the top three finishers from all five regional competitions will be at Gregory Gym on the University of Texas The team members will not only be com peting for Individual but also for a team title that Canyon coach Pete figures the Cougars have a good chance to The team will be led by superheavyweight Ross who Is passing up a chance to throw the shot at the regional track meet In Corpus Chrlstl Saturday he took first at the District 134A meet to compete In the powerllft Tleken has the best effort In the state this Team members are 123 12 pounds Tommy Haymaker 132 14 pounds KeithSmith 148 11 pounds Arthur Hernandez and Glen Nemec 105 1I pounds Matt Kyle and Dean 181 34 pounds Hilly 1U8 1 Michael Mlnatrea 220 14 pounds Ar mando pounds John Holton A Paul Fleener Superheavyweight Ross Incredible hulks Left to right CHS powurlilters Billy Tommy Arthur Matt Kyle and Dean Taylor Staff photo by John Sentrr pose or the student body Juring Thur sdays Twelve members of the team will be going to the state meet in Sports HwraldZritung May 1983 6A NB ties Tivy for district title By SCOTT HARING Wire editor Hobby Tristans onehit pit ching made the difference as tin New Hraunfels Inilonus beat tin Hays Rebels 21 Thursday night for a share of the District I A He had an excellent coach Ietc of the sophomore faced only one batter over tin minimum in his seven striking out six while walking Tristans control was so good tie riachcd a threeball count on any Rebel batters The win gives the tnicorns a 17ti overall mark and a 102 record to end the 1 also has a 102 and the tsvo teams arc district cochampions Tin two will meet May Mat In Krederlcksburg lor a onegame playoff to determine for the state Hays starter Kddie was almost as effective as stranding eight Inicorn runners while scattering seven New Hraunfels picked up one run in the second when Ar mando singled and was sacrificed to A walk and an infield hit loaded the and Mike drew another walk for an RH1 as scored The Inlcorns picked up an insurance run in the sixth on opening backtoback doubles by MikMcDanlel and Tomas McDaniels was 2for2 with a pair of doubles on the night Tristan was un retiring the first 12 Rebels In order Clark Ross led off the fifth with a scratch single to but was gunned down trying to steal Tristan had still faced the minimum number ol hatters going into the seventh After a fly ball first Julian Alcala swung at strike three but advanced to first when Die pilch got past catcher Doug Alcala stole and two more passed balls by the rattled Campbell let Alcala score the unearned run Tristan got a strikeout and a line drive to right to end the Immediately following the met with coaches from Krederieksburg who at tended the game to determine details on the playoff Tuesday was an agreeable but both teams obviously wanted the home field A coin was and Kredericksburg won Tingame will not change tin district outcome both teams will still be considered cochampions Hut the games still You figure whoever wins Is going to play the other districts second place In A tough Alamo Heights team has already won the District 14 4A The race for second Is a tight one between Springs and Laredo The loser of the NH Kredericksburg game must take on Alamo while the winner gets whoever takes second That playoff round will be best two out of The pitching matchup Tuesday will be the same as last when New Hraunfels beat the Hlllies in Mike Kriederich will pitch for and Armando will get the start for New We played good got good pitching and were very aggressive at the said of his teams previous vic tory over which was also the first loss Kriederich had suffered all Well go In next Tuesday with the same same Smiley favorite at girls state t NBs Bobby TrisUm rncos or baso AUSTIN Ali Houston Smlleys talented team and two super individual per formers will be among tin top attractions at the glrlss state track which runs through Saturday which recently set a national girls record In the SDOmeter Is favored to win the Class rA cham Individual and team titles will be determined In five divisions at the slate meet Smiley set Its national record In regional by running the sou relay In I minute M It le ring a Calif high school time of I M which was set in Smiley also ran a In the regional 400meter relay for the best time by a Texas girls team Houston Madison swept past Smiley In the meter establishing tin best time for girls In that event In Texas history with a and San Antonio Jay will compete in five finals and could challenge Smiley for first place In Kort Worth Dallas Madison and Corpus Chrlsll Calallen each qualified In six events In I and Waco Corpus Christ Klour Hluff and New Hraunfels each qualified In five New Hraunfels Kim who has the nations best time for girls In the twomile pulled a leg muscle and has seen her weight drop from M pounds to leaving her too weak to train on a dally basis Whltakers condition should make Sheila the defending a clear favorite In the meter Running finals begin at 7 p in Sports calendar Canyon Sports banquet May Canyon High School National Little League May 7 Kun Lions and Optimists Truck Today Girls state Memorial Smlthson Valleys Dawn Davis will partlclapate In the shot put at Running with a number of New Hraunfels athletes begin at 7 p for HA and I Also today Hoys 3A and 4 A regional tA will be held at Texas A I In Klngsvllle while the 4A runs at GregoryPortland High School near Corpus Tennis Today and Region IV3A boys tournament In iowerllfllng May 7 State Powerllft in a in to i Gregory University of Twelve powerlifters from Canyon High Including slate record holder Ross will Cheating going on in SWC TCUs Wacker writes to gets varied response DALLAS i A P i Texas Christians Jim Wiicker call for a study Into recruiting methods has received a but generally response from other Southwest Conference football coaches tin 1 tallas Times 1 lerald has reported Wacker sent a letter to the coaches In March He said the letter focuses on alumni Involvement In recruiting and stems from his belief that cheating Is going although In doesnt have any proof of wrongdoing Lets stop ignoring the Issue and make something Wacker sulii The letter comes at a time sshen SWC football recruiting Is being The National Collegiate Athletic Conference Is Investigating recruiting at Southern and a judge In County Is examining SMUs recruiting Angliton High School linebacker David Reaction to the letter ranged from positive to unimpressed What Wacker Is trying to say Is we In the conference need to be friends off thu The only thing I object to In trying to read between the lines la going Into a room and having an accusation said Texas A M Coach Jackie Houstons Hill Yeoman said hed be willing to cooperate with but added he should make sure everything at his place Is and Ill make sure everything at my place fine Rices Ray Alburn Jim wrote svlth all good Im not minimizing the effect of the Hut Ive been In this business a long and 1 dont see letters doing any good This probably wont look good In but If you youll find some little nit picking rules broken To there are degrees of Some Dungs take all the recruiting out of Weve all recruited felt pretty good and had em Jump at the last minute for whatever You begin to What the Wacker said the crux of letter read Lets get It together Theres no doubt that there are minor Theyre Hut the major you the blatant buying of athletes has to come to an I have not absolute proof that It Is there to trace cash transactions and and to have factual proof Is almost he Texas Coach Kred Akers said Wacker was probably not aware that recruiting talks go on every year This Is Jims first so to speak Im sure hes not aware we do that talk about recruiting We address that very situation each year You dont solve anything with Akers said Wacker left Southwest Texas State and was hired to replace K A Dry at TCU on SMUs Hobby Collins said he was In complete agreement svlth but Im sure any statement coming from me would sound suspicious Collins said he already told Die NCAA that something should be done about If the others want to let the ball thats fine If they want to keep it thats fine 1 dont really care at this 1 think Ive done what I can Wacker said Wacker said he would like to discuss recruiting at the SWC coaches spring meeting May 2324 at the Lakewood resort outside He said the letter could have been presumptuous of but that It was a gut reaction over something I feel very strongly Northdiffe Ladies hold tournament Brown team clinches title By KARI MITCHELL Sports tiditor The team of Terl Peg Maigo Herring and Kotylo shot a I Hi to clinch the third annual Northdiffe Ladles Tournament Seventyone Including one from entered the two best of four ball contest Its not our largest said Cy assistant pro at The largest 1 K2 that was two years The problem this year was we were competing with about three other tour naments so the number of people out Is pretty At least the weather held Winner of the longest drive title was Cookie Hellnskl while closest to the pin on 8 was Anne Kvans with Closest on 11 was Mary Mabry with 72 Second place In the overall competition was won by the team of Mickey penny Carol llansen and Slider with a 117 while Virginia llene Rose Tuselh and Helen Rlchwlne placing third with a I ll Tied for fourth place with a 120 were the teams of Tina Virginia Sandra DC Spain and Marge Hutlcr and Pat Sue Mary Mabry and Anne 10 Sixth place went to Hetty Krma Jam Harbara Haglcy and Jean Hennlng with 121 points and seventh was awarded to Mary Alice Vlrgle Van Mary Hentson and Jeannle Bryant with T h e Sport s m a n s h I p given to the team with the most was presented to the team of CM Chi Cookie Wllma Dean and Jeane Korpak with a score of Other team scores were as follows Hazel Harriet Vlglnla Schwelhert and Prlscllla Meyers with a 123 Marge Pal Anne Carter and Dolly Sharp with a 127 three way tie at 128 Midge Nancy Helen Moore and Annabelle 1 y e k m N a n c y Ina Munilyn Sehradir iind Ruth Seyler and Jean Mary Ann Vera Ilower and Mary In Hth place was the team of Rena Isabelle Mary Wallace and Mickey Rice with a score of A tie for 12th place was logged by the teams of Fran Elaine Helen Swendeman and Klalne Rosko and Virginia Lou Doris Watklna and Jerl Kuch team scored a Placing 13th was the team of Linda Ru Mary Boyer and Dorothea Plank with a 188
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