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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas AL dominates baseball allstar team NEW YORK AP Dale Murphy of the Atlanta coming wttMn om vole of unanimous WM one of only three National League players mined today to Hie AModated major leaftw baseball AD Mar the leagues 1M2 Moat Valuable received N of a possible N votea to nail down one of three outfield who batted 3tt in with 38 home rum and 121 runs batted alao wai the top votegetter in last years The next highest Montreal Expos outfielder Andre also was a National Dawson drove In 113 runs while hitting homers and received M votes as a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters was asked to nelect three out The third outfielder was Bostons Jtan who led the American League with 31 home runs and tied Cecil Cooper of Milwaukee for the league lead in RBI with Rice received 71 The other NL player on the team was Philadelphia third baseman Mike who led the major leagues with 40 home runs and had 101 Schmidt received 40 The rest of the team Eddie Baltimore first 51 votes Lou Detroit second ID votes Cal Ripken 044 votes Lance 31 votes Greg Chicago White designated 11 votes LaMarr White Sox and the American League Cy Young Award righthanded votes Scott lefthanded 41 and Dan Kansas City relief BH In some editors voted for a ac counting for the half The closest race was for third where Schmidts vote total was only eight more than the 32 received by Bostons Wade who tod the major leagues with a batting BIO Madtek of the NL batting champion with a 313 was third with who hit a careerhigh 33 homers and homered twice In Baltimores decisive World Series also won a close edging Cooper by 11 Parrlsh won the catching spot by 11 beating the White Soxs Cariton Parrlsh drove in 114 runs with 27 and Flak had M RBI with 28 The most lopsided races were for second base and relief a outpaced Manny Trillo of Montreal by 77 while who wt a major taaguo record with 45 was 78 votea ahead of Jeasn Oroeco of the New York Dickie Thon of with runnerup at shortstop to who led the league with 211 hits and drove in 102 who set a DH record with 32 outpolled Hal McRae of the who had 17 won easily over Detroits Jack who had 14 votes for right handed while was In a closer race with New York Yankees lefty Ron who had 28 Sports ttoraldZeltuns October 10A On to the playoffs Rangerettesfinish 100 in district By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer Put together seven and serve in 12 and and you come up with Smithson Valleys winning Sparked by Shalyn Hall Julie Cappel Kim Wagner 12 and Christine Lehnann the Rangerettes knocked off Banders 155 Tuesday to finish District 263A play with a perfect 100 The district champions will have a warmup game against District 134A champion Canyon at Thursday at The Rangerettes will jump into bidistrict play next week against either NeedviUe or Boling of District The play of Smithson Valleys foursome made the difference in overcoming a slow start in the first I With the Rangerettes ahead Hall made the set for Cappels spike for the Then Cappel put a floating Bandera pass back at the feet of the Bulldogs for a 30 After an exchange of service and with the Rangerettes leading Hall stepped to the service line and knocked off an ace and two other unretur nable The ace was the first of a pair she would have during the But the scrappy Bulldogs continued to give Smithson Valley and both teams were plagued by missed serves and But with the score at 108 in the Rangerettes Wagner pulled off two crucial ace Two Bander J mistakes pushed the score to Unable to put the Bulldogs away in three Smithson Valleys lead diminished to Luckily for the Lehnann provided the saving She killed a Hall set to stop Handeras after another exchange of Lehnanns service ace gave the Rangerettes the first game at They the Rangerettes were serving but the mental concentration wasnt Smithson Valley coach Louise Davidson said of the first We started to she adding that the points Bandera made were often off Smithson Valley It was kind of the coach The Rangerettes picked up their play in the second Two blazing points came when Cappel connected on spikes off Halls Three more points came from Wagners unreturnable But most of the Rangerettes including the last two of the came on 14 Bandera Davidsons charges now are looking I think the girls are playing but we havent been playing up to our We havent had any competition in our district the coach Playoffs are another The teams are even and some team you dont Unicorns hit claim runnerup tie Smithson Valleys Teri Mooney comes up with a bump return during the Rangerettes match with Bandera think is so swift will come up and play Davidson Playoffs are something you cant gear them up the coach I know well be up for but how we God only By DAVID KINO Sports editor KYLE Like a good hurdler or a quick the New Braunfels volleyball team is hitting its And at a good no The who have come through with clutch victories in their last two stopped Hays to clinch a tie for the run nerup spot in District 134A Tuesday night at the Hays New Braunfels finished district play at tied with Lockhart and Kerr ville Representatives of the three schools will meet today to decide on how to break the But no matter how the coin flips and tarot cards and whatever else they use to break the tie come New Braunfels has finished the regular season on a strong I had a feeling a couple of weeks ago that we were going to start Unicorns Coach Claudia Perry said after Tuesdays I wasnt sure but Im sure And Im pleased to see that This will be the first time in quite a while that weve had a team that peaked at the right time of the What happens from here on remains to be But for an the Unicorns were the masters of their own They served and played defense well when they had and they fought off an emotional Hays team and a vocal home We won as a Perry If we had we would have lost as a It was just a total team and thats what its all New Braunfels won the battle of nerves in the first battling back Jitters to take an 81 lead that the Rebels could never Kim who led New Braunfels with 12 seemed to get the whole team rolling when she pounded an overset into the varnish to make it Teresa whose clothesline serves kept Hays off balance all added an ace to make it and two exchnages of service later added two of her 10 kills to make it The Rebels rallied to but New Braunfels pulled back ahead with some good serving by her sister Kelly Wright and Heather who served an ace to finish off the first New Braunfels serving was a strong point all as the Unicorns recorded 11 aces and kept the Rebels off balance much of the rest of the Hays jumped out to a quick lead in the second and the Unicorns had as much trouble catching up as the Rebels did in the first New Braunfels rallied to make it 1414 on a dink by Dawn an ace by Kim Wright and a block by Tracy Shoemake and But Hays took a time out and came back to take the game on a pair of New Braunfels dominated the third scoring six straight points and leading by as many as Shoemake made it 144 on a kill off a good set by Donna who handled a pass off the A Hays attempt at a spike went into the net to finish the I really cant pick out one in dividual who did well tonight they all Perry Now well just have to do out best to prepare our selves for New Braunfels also won the freshman and junior varsity with the freshmen winning 16 and the junior varsity winning Cougsrettes fall Kerrville Tivy grabbed a share of the threeway tie for second place in District 134A by knocking off Canyon 1512 Tuesday night at the Canyon Despite the the Cougarettes finished regularseason district play as the undisputed champion at Canyon will now play two warmup matches before facing Smithson Valley at Thur sday and San Antonio Marshall at 7 Both matches will be at Cougarettes Coach Donna Boehle was pleased with her teams defense in Tuesday nights but she said the offense left something to be I felt like we werent aggressive at she We hit the but we didnt hit it Stephanie Burch had an excellent night for the Boehle Burch had seven kills in the first game the coach Staff photos by John Senter Canyons Stephanie Burch pops the ball over the net against Kerrville Tivy NEW BRAUNFELS HAYS points Assists in parentheses Donna Winkler MMM 1151 Teresa Thomas MHa8 Tracy Shoemake 0144 Heather Seay 2024 Kim Wright Michele Doeppenschmidt 1 001 Kelly Wrioht 1 f0 1 17 Dawn Cook Totals 113 CANYON KERRVILLE TIVY Nancy TiekenO1 1 2 Stephanie Burch 20 Momca Kneg CM 01 Atvarado 1001 Suzie Cuddy 0030 0 Totals3 2 1621 No respect Oklahoma other powers ignored in polls An Analysis By HEMSCHEL NI88E88ON AP sports writer Rodney Dangerfield is not the head football coach at Oklahoma Or at East Carolina or Kentucky or Toledo or Northern Illinois or Tennessee or Wisconsin or Tulsa or New But he might as well be for all the respect they get when it comes to polls and Take Oklahoma for The Cowboys are ft their only a 1410 loas to 1 Nebraska and a 2138 lojueaker to which was IS at the time but began the season The Cowboys are five points fromatagmmato claim to a 1 But theyre not even in the Top Twenty this week and havent been all Neither is East also a loser by eat poiat to Florida ranked 7 at the and by seven to which was Tanneasee and Wisconsin are all but you vent And fcem in the although five of the Top Twenty Ohio Alabama and Notre Dame also have lost Oeat waste time aaarchiog for 74 the only IA team with a perfect record besides the top throe Texas North Caroline or for 81 Menken IUMIU Last the bowls bypassed Tulsa and New both with 101 although both of them defeated Air which was snapped up by the Hall of Fame Bowl with a 75 regularseason Most coaches and people around the country talk about how the 3095 scholarship rule has evened things out in college says Oklahoma State Coach Jimmy They cite that as one reason youre seeing more upsets like Cincinnati beating Penn But the respect for certain teams hasnt evened When it comes voting some teams get votes regardless of their record and even though they may not be playing If you think Johnson is youre If you take away our our first seven opponents are We beat North Texas whose only other loas was to secondranked Texas after leading at the We beat Cincinnati the week after they beat Penn which was 101 last year and is M this year and scored 58 points on Texas we shut We led at the half in both of our losses and Oklahoma needed a two point conversion and a long field goal after an onaido kick to beat Its all of and its where you are on 2 rather than 18 that If Oklahoma State loses to Colorado this Johnsons remarks will sound rather but if the Cowboys keep he recognition undoubtedly will Bathtub racers set sights on Los Angeles Olympics SAN FRANCISCO AP This Olympic dream began in a floating an ornate French antique paddled by middleaged businessmen in a charity race dubbed the Bathtub They were rugby buddies who decided over a round of beers after doing well in the bathtub that it would be fun to try out for the 1W4 Olympic rowing They didnt know a racing shell from a but they figured what the they had a year to learn before the team Not everyone they mentioned the idea to laughed in their Crews take years to None of them had ever rowed in his They were too too Theyd never get a They didnt have a boat or a place to the Dirty as they began calling themselves even though there are 10 of went with their unlikely They exercised before sunrise and learned to row on an old barge on a Two members were still wearing leg casts from rugby but they didnt miss Alter a day in their they gathered for another two hours in the nwning up the steep steps of the University of California in working out on rowing No one is laughing at then Seven months after their first oarstrokes these wouldbe Olympians show signs of accomplishing the near Last they competed in the Head of the Charles races in and had the ex perts shaking their The Dirty Dozen didnt win but they performed respectably against some of the best crews in the They finished the threemile race for eights in 15 50 seconds 18 seconds behind the winning crew after losing 20 seconds at the Mart when they rammed a slower They were invited by the Rowing to compete at major races in Europe next apring and were assured they could compete in the trials for the Olympic teams They also plan to enter two fours and a pairs at tip trials June 28July i at pruv When I first met with them last I told them they had leas than a aero chance of making the team says Julian chairman of the Mens Olympic Roving after watching them iuT threufhthoae Go for thats what the Dirty Dnaen aavs senior member of the group I
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