New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 26, 1983, Page 8

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June 26, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Diver comes back, defends Fest title COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -Wendy Wyland rallied from a poor start to post the highest score ever by an American woman in 10-meter platform diving and successfully defend her championship at the National Sports Festival Saturday. On the first full day of competition in the annual gathering of America’s top young amateur athletes, the semifinals in boxing were marked by upsets, as three defending champions were beaten, while national Golden Gloves champ Jesse Benevides and world lightweight champ Pemell Whitaker won. Wyland, an 18-year-old from Mission Viejo, Calif., qualified for the U.S. team in the Pan American Games by scoring heavily on four of her last five dives to roll up a 459 66 total, three points better than her old U S mark. Her Mission Viejo teammate, Megan Neyer, was second at 410.46, and also earned a Pan Am berth. Diving is one of five sports using the festival to choose Pan Am squads. Wyland, the world champion on the 10-meter tower, won the event at last year's Sports Festival in Indianapolis and was tops in preliminaries Fnday. On Saturday at the Air Force Academy pool, she fell behind in the early mandatory-dive rounds as Rim Engel of Miami, Fla., forged into the lead, largely on the strength of her second dive, when she received three perfect scores of IO and several 9s. Wyland had just one IO all day, on her third dive, but exploded in the late going with her optional routine. Engel faded in the late rounds and finished seventh of the eight divers. In the boxing semifinals, Al Evans af Chicago stopped defending superheavyweight champ Craig Payne of Livonia, Mich., at 44 seconds of the first round. A right hand dropped Payne for the three-count, and the referee then stopped the bout. At 106 pounds. Paul Gonzalez of Loa Angeles upset defending champ Bryan Jones on points, and in the 139-pound class Vincent Webb of St. Louis decisioned defending title-holder Jerry Page of Columbus, Ohio. Benevides, defending champ at 119 pounds from Corpus Christi, scored a split decision over Lupe Gutierrez, from Turlock, Calif. And Whitaker, another defender at 132. won a unanimous decision over Robert Byrd of Dallas. At the Broadmoor Ice Arena, David Fedor of Tonawanda, N.Y., took the lead in men's ' figure skating after the short program. In women's figures, the lead was held by Kelly Webster, the hometown favorite from Colorado Springs. And in women's softball, left-hander Michelle Thomas of Phoenix hurled a no-hitter to pace the South to a 2-0 over the North Zoeller leads by1 stroke at Danny Thomas Open Backstroke MEMPHIS, Term. (AP) - Fuzzy Zoeller lipped out a chip for an eagle then Lapped in for a birdie on the final hole, finishing off a 5-under par 67 that provided him with a one-stroke lead Saturday after the third round of the 8400.000 Danny Thomas-Memphis Classic. Zoeller, a former Masters champion who is enjoying the best season of his career, completed 84 holes over the 7,249 yard Colonial Country Club course in 203, 13 strokes under par. Chip Beck, who played in the last threesome with Zoeller, broke into a canter around the 18th green after he holed a 40-foot putt from off the green for eagle-3 Beck, who had led the first two rounds in his quest for the first title of his career, was one shot back at 204 after the eagle completed a round of 71. Peck was tied with I Jtrry Mize, also at 12 under par Mize shot a 69 rn the hot. humid weather. Mike Sullivan and Tom Punter were next at 206, ll-under and only two shots back going into Sunday's final round of the chase for a $72,000 first prize Sullivan shot a 67 and Purtzer had a 68 that included 31 on the back nine J.C. Snead with a 68 and John Fought with a 70 were at 206. Tim Simpson and Sammy Rachels followed at 207 Simpson shot 68 and Rachels69 That placed nine men within four strokes of the lead with 18 holes to go. larry Nelson, who won the U S Open title last Monday, was not among them. Nelson, in the chase for the first 45 holes, played his back nine in 38 and was six back at 209 Defending champion Ray Floyd and lee Trevino were far back at 213 Floyd had a third-round 74 and Trevino matched par 72 Zoeller started the day three strokes off the pace, but ripped the front side in 32 and took the lead at the turn His only bogey came from a bunker on the 14th But Zoeller, one of the game's longest hitters, birdied both of the long holes coming home, scoring from IO feet on the 16th, then putting his second shot near a bunker on the 18th His chip for an eagle hit the hole, and he lapped in for the birdie that provided him with the lead. Joshua Hendry of the New Braunfels peting in Aquatic Club swims the backstroke during Qualifying the boys' 200 meter individual medley at the the pool Landa Park Pool Saturday He was com Smn photo »* John N s#oi»- the McDonalds Junior Olympics Meet, which continues today at 1,600 relay qualifies for regional JUDSON — Canyon Track Club’s 1,600-meter relay team qualified for the regional AAU-Junior Olympics track meet in New Orleans by winning here Saturday afternoon. The team of Albert Natal, Ben Garcia, Bobby Reed and Gilbert Natal ran a 3:32.0 to win the intermediate — ages 15 and 16 — division at the meet and qualify for the July 7-8 competition in New Orleans. “These kids have one of the best times in the nation for their age group," coach Pete Rivas said after the meet. “They were sometliing like eighth in the country heading in, and we’ll have to check to see how they are after this meet." In New Orleans, the foursome needs a fourth-or-better finish to qualify for the national AAU-Junior Olympics meet, to be July 27-28 at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind. All four members of the team are 15, meaning that they’ll have another shot in the same division nect year. Also at Saturday's meet, Jesse Caballero of the Canyon team finished fifth in the intermediate 1,500-meter run He had a 4:54.0, missing out on the trip to New Orleans All five of the athletes have been working since the end of school in the summer program, Kivas said Anyone wishing to donate to help defray costs of the trip to New Orleans can call Rivas at 629-11 IO or 625-2536. Invaders stop Breakers, clinch USFL division OAKLAND, Calif. (API — Fred Besa na passed for 227 yards and the Oakland Invaders capitalized on mistakes by the Boston Breakers to win 17-16 Saturday and clinch the Pacific Division title United States Football league. The Invaders gained the playoffs with a 9-8 record The Breakers, 10-7, still have a slim chance to win a wild-card playoff spot Boston, which got 122 yards from halfback Richard Crump, crumbled from its own mistakes The Invaders recovered a fumble on their 48 and moved to the Breakers' 3-yard line with the help of three penalties Ted Torosian bulled into the end zone from one yard out on the first play of the final period to give Oakland a 17-13 lead Boston later had a touchdown nullified by a holding penalty and settled for a 24-yard field goal by Tim Mazzetti that closed the gap to 17*16 with 6 OI left LEARN TO FLY! Do Something Different This Summer! Geronimo Flight Services Geronimo Field, Seguin, Texas [Formerly Guadalupe Co. Airport] 2065 Hwy. 46, Seguin, Texas is ottering GROUND SCHOOL, By FAA Certified Instructors Briefly Palacios course sots tournament More than 14.800 in cash and prizes - and a new car — will be up for grabs July 23 and 24 at the Palacios Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic. The tournament will consist of two-man teams playing best ball and best position in six flights Each team will play 36 holes Entry fee for the tournament is ll IO per team, and the field is limited to 68 teams Entry forms are available from the Chamber of Commerce. PO Box774. Palacios,77465 TLC sponsoring basketball camp Texas Lutheran College basketball coach Newton Grimes will hold a day camp July >-9 at the college The camp will stress team play, offensive skills and defensive fundamentals, and it is open to boys and girls age 10-14 Sessions will run from 8 30 a rn to 5.45 p m daily in Memorial Gym Registration is limited to 50 students For more information, call the camp office at 379-4161 or coach Grimes at 379-7083 Seguin schedules softball tournament Sunday is the deadline to enter the sixth annual Freedom Fiesta Slow-Ihtch Softball Tournament in Seguin The entry fee is $85 For more information, call Roger BU) at 379-4711 or Danny Neumann at 379-4116. Oilers sign 2 draft picks HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers have signed 1963 draft choices Greg Hill of Oklahoma State and linebacker Robert Thompson uf Michigan to contracts. General Manager I add K. Herzeg announced Saturday Hill, the Oilers' first choice in the fourth round of the draft, suited his Ust two years at cornerback at OkUhoma State. Hill, Moot-1, 194 pounds, has excellent speed, and also has experience at safety, ladd said He will be tested at both cornerback and safety positions during training camp. 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