New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 26, 1984, Page 6

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December 26, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas slets overcome Knicks, King NEW YORK (AP) - For Bernard ing, a career-high 60-point per-irmance was nothing to be excited bout. “I’d rather have scored IO and we ad won the game,” King said uesday night when, despite King’s igh-powered performance, the New 'ork Knicks lost a 120-114 National basketball Association decision to he New Jersey Nets. The point total was not only a ;eason high for the NBA this year, jut was the highest since April 9, [978, when Denver’s David Thomp->on had 73 and San Antonio’s George Tervin 63 in separate games. King’s JO points also broke the Knicks’ club record of 57 set by Richie Guerin in 1959. The previous NBA high this season was 59 by Golden State’s Purvis Short, also against the Nets. With King scoring 40 of his points in the first half, the Knicks twice held leads of 16 points before finishing with a 64-54 advantage at halftime. But Micheal Ray Richardson, who scored 24 of his 36 points in the second half, rallied the Nets to their first road victory after eight straight losses. Richardson wasn’t the only big gun for the Nets, who also got 27 pointsNBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Boston..............23    5 Philadelphia ..........22    6 Washington.......... 16    13 New Jersey .......... 12    17 New York............ 12    19 Central Division Milwaukee..........19    ll Detroit .............. 15    13 Chicago ............. 15    14 Atlanta.............11    18 Indiana..............7    20 Cleveland    6    20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver..............17    11 Houston.............17    11 Dallas .......... 13    14 San Antonio .......13    16 Utah    13    16 Kansas City...........IO    16 Pct 821 786 552 GB I IV* 414    11 Vj 387    12 V* 633 536    3 517    3    Yr .379    7    Vi .259    10    V, 231 ll Pacific Division L A. Lakers...... 19 10 655 Phoenix...... ......16 13 552 3 L A. Clippers . . . . 14 15 483 5 Portland....... . ... 14 15 483 5 Seattle .....14 15 483 5 Golden State .....9 19 .321 9 V; Tuesday's Games Philadelphia 109, Detroit 108 New York 120. New Jersey 114 607 607 481 448 448 385 3    Vi 4    Vt 4 Vi 6 Cleveland 109. Atlanta 106 Portland 106, Golden State 97 Today's Games Indiana at Washington Detroit at New Jersey Houston at Milwaukee L A Clippers at Dallas New York vs Atlanta at New Orleans San Antonio at Denver Kansas City at Utah Boston at Phoenix Seattle at L A Lakers Thursday s Games Cleveland at Chicago Portland at San Antonio Houston at Kansas City Boston at L A. Clippers Golden State at Seattle and 14 rebounds from Mike Gminski and 24 points from Kelvin Ransey.76ers109 Pistons 108 Moses Malone scored 28 points and Andrew Toney made two free throws with 30 seconds remaining to lead Philadelphia over Detroit. The victory was the 76ers’ 13th in their last 15 games and improved their record to 22-6. The Sixers trailed only in the first two minutes of the game, but had to hold off the Pistons in the fourth quarter.Trail Blazers 106 Warriors 97 Clyde Drexler scored 26 points, collected ll rebounds and eight assists as Portland ended a seven-game losing streak by beating Golden State. The victory, Portland’s 14th in 29 games, was costly as the Blazers lost all-star guard Jim Paxson in the first quarter with a dislocated finger on his left hand.Cavaliers 109 Hawks 106 Phil Hubbard scored 28 points to lead Cleveland over Atlanta. The Cavaliers have won four of their last five games, but still have the worst record rn the league at 6-20. The Cavaliers, however, are 3-1 against the Hawks. The Hawks rallied to lead 101-96 on Mike Glenn's jump shot with 6:36 remaining. But John Bagley then scored two baskets and Mel Turpin and Hubbard each added a basket to give the Cavaliers a 104-101 lead with 4:43 to go and they never trailed.Defense becomes key in NFL playoffs Von Erich continues family tradition DALLAS < AP) — Mike Von Erich never doubted he would follow in the steps of his father and three older brothers. “I always knew I’d be a wrestler,” he said. He was nervous, he said, before he first stepped into the ring on Nov. 23,1983. “But once I got in the ring, it just seemed to come naturally. I loved it. Because of my dad and my brothers, the people were really behind me right off,” he told the Dallas Times Herald. “That makes a difference, for me at least. Even when I was an amateur wrestler, I always did better when my friends and family were there.” In Texas, the name Von Erich is hot stuff. The Von Erich dynasty began when his father, Jack Adkisson, gave up a career in professional football 30 years and began wrestling under the name of Fritz Von Erich. Fritz and his wife, Doris, raised five sons, one of whom died in a childhood accident. The boys were Kevin, David, Kerry, Mike and Chris. Kevin, at 26, is the oldest and Chris, 15, the youngest. Kevin, David and Kerry all went into wrestling ahead of Mike, and when David Von Erich died unexpectedly earlier this year of natural causes in a hotel room while on a wrestling tour in Japan, an estimated 3,500 people — most of them grieving and worshipful wrestling fans — attended the funeral. In addition to having a ready audience of fans for his debut, Mike said his heritage benefited him in other ways. For one thing, there were his father and brothers to help smooth the way and teach him things like the practically patented Von Erich Iron Claw hold. But having the Von Erich name has had its disadvantages, too, he says. In school, someone — “usually one of the older kids” — always wanted to whip a Von Erich, it seems. “Sometimes I d lose, but then they’d have to contend with Kevin, or David, or Kerry. One way or another, they’d always end up losing to a Von Erich,’’ he said. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nobody in pro football appreciates defense more than Pittsburgh Coach Chuck Noll, who assembled the Steel Curtain that produced four Steeler Super Bowl championships. So Pittsburgh goes into Sunday’s American Football Conference semifinal game with proper respect for the Denver Broncos, who allowed only 241 points all season, second low est in the National Football league. Noll was not surprised that the wild-card victories of the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks were constructed by stifling defenses that simply shut down the Los Angeles Rams and lx)s Angeles Raiders. “Defense has been important in championship football games as long as I can remember," Noll said. “Before you can win, you have to not lose.” Denver didn’t lose very frequently, dropping only three games all season. And the opportunistic Bronco defenders scored eight touchdowns after forcing fumbles and picking off passes. Noll, a connoisseur of defense, was suitably impressed. Bronco Coach Dan Reeves knows the Steelers’ reputation for being stingy with yards and points and spent much of the last week drilling Denver on defending against the blitz. “The Steelers blitz a lot more than most people," Reeves said. Nobody, however, blitzes more than the Chicago Bears, who led the league in rushing defense, total defense and set a record with 72 quarterback sacks. The Washington Redskins, hoping for a third straight trip to the Super Bowl, must cdtitrol the Bear defenders as well as handle Walter Payton, the NFL’salltime rushing leader. Forester named all-American Redskin Coach Joe Gibbs, after analyzing the films, said Chicago's most frequent defensive set had produced blitzes almost three-quarters of the times they lined up in it. "What scares you offensively is that they force things,” Gibbs said. "Their interior rushers, nobody can block." Blitzing, of course, has its price. It leaves the defensive secondary in man-to-man coverage and against the Redskins that can mean trouble with receivers like Art Monk, who broke the NFL single season record with 106 catches this season. The Bears thought they would be playing in San Francisco this weekend but the Giants changed those plans w hen they upset the Rams in the NFC wild-card game. That thrust the Giants into the NFC semifinal against the 49ers, whose 15-1 record was the best mark in the NFL this season. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wide receiver Jerry Rice of Mississippi Valley State and running back Paul Lewis of Boston University have been named to The Associated Press Division I-AA All-American football team for the second year in a row. Rice was the nation’s top receiver with 103 catches for 1.682 yards and 27 touchdowns while I^ewis rushed tor 1.165 yards and finished fourth nationally with an average of 116.5 yards a game. Also named to the team was Southwest Texas center Scott Scoreboard Briefly On the air saturday Dec ll Florida Citrus Bowl At Miami Oklahoma, 9 1 1 vs Washington, 10 1 Washings 18 NY islanders 19 T2 I 43 39 ’41 157 111 130 At Orlando Fla Saturday Jan 5 Pittsburgh 12 16 3 27 111 134 Georgia I 7. Florida State I 7 East West Shrine NY Rangers 17 5 27 118 137 WF ONE SD AY TELEVISION Cherry Bowl At Palo Alto Calif New Jersey 17 4 26 135 7 pm Foot bai Freedom Bowl Texas vs At Pontiac Mich East A S’a's vs West AH Stars Adams Division 112 k wa KENS At my IO Mulligan State 6 Hula Bowl Montreal 19 9 6 44 140 Sun Bowl At Honolulu Quebec 15 15 5 35 134 thursday television At El Paso Texas East An Stars vs West Ail Stars Bahai 12 12 9 33 116 108 7 J. • Hr key Washington at New York Maryland 28 Tennessee 27 Saturday Jan 12 Boston 14 15 5 33 122 116 islander* USA Tuesday Dec 25 Freedom Classic Hcif tff'HCl • *■ lh 4 28 103 135 ’ , Baiketba!' P inland at Se Antonio Blue Gray Classic At Atlanta CAMPBELL CONFERENCE VV TBS At Montgomery Ala Mideast Au Stars vs Southwest A.. Stars Noms Division 8 p rn Basketball Creighton at DePaut Gray 33 Blue 6 Senior Bowl Chicago 16 15 3 Jtl 140 126 WON Wednesday Dec 26 At Mobile Ala St I ass 14 13 5 33 123 121 8 p rn Bi xtng ESPN Freedom Bowl North Ait Stars vs South All Stars 18 4 26 122 151 At Anaheim Calif Sunday Jan 13 »i nn,‘‘a 18 6 26 108 140 Local sports Iowa I 4 I vs T ex as 7 31 Thursday Dec 27 Ricoh Japan Bowl At Yokohama Japan Smythe Division 160 liberty Bowl Edmonton 23 7 3 49 167 102 At Memphis Tenn NFL Winnipeg I I 4 42 150 135 THURSDAY Arkansas 7 3 1 vs Auburn 8 4 By The Associated Press Calgary ’8 13 3 39 170 136 bom Boys lidsketbdii Johnson C*v tumor Friday Dec 28 All Times CST Los A' ge»*s 15 13 6 36 152 137 varsity varsity at Smithson Valley Gator Bowl Wild Card Games Vancouver 24 3 19 106 191 friday 5 p in    Boy:, basketball Ne* Braunfels, ti.-v •• .■    „>    ••.( v    -ii    Se Man ■> *» 3u ; ’ Gillis baski-tba Ne* Bon. **••* im. >i varsity . aHMty at Crockett 6 p its    Buy:.    basketball Devine junto* vanity varvty J! Smithson Valley J pm ti vs basketball Canyon varsity vs lamer Ai,imo Stadium gym SATURDAY 3 p m    Cults basketball Gonzales junto! varvty vanity at Smithson Valley Ok latioma State 9 2 N vt Bowl games By The Aston lated Pres* Saturday Dec 15 California Bowl Nevada Las Vegas 30 Toledo 13 Independence Bowl At Shreveport La At» forte 23 Virginia Tech 7 Friday Dec 21 Holiday Bowl At San Diego Brigham Young 24 Michigan I 7 At Jacksonville Fla South Carolina 10 1, vs Saturday Dec 29 Aloha Bowl At Honolulu Souther' Methodist 9 2 Hall of Fame Bowl At Birmingham Ala Wisconsin, 7 3 I, vs Kentucky 8 3 Monday Dec 31 Peach Bowl At Atlanta Purdue 7 4 vs Virginia 7 2 2 Bluebonnet Bowl At Houston Texas Christian 8 3 vs West Va ga a 7 4 Tuesday Jan 1 Cotton Bowl At Dallas Houston, 7 4 vs Boston College 9 2 Fiesta Bowl At Tempe Arii UCLA 8 3 vs Miami Flu 8 4 Ruse Bowl At Pasadena Calif Ohio Slate 9 2 vs Southern California 8 3 Sugar Bowl At New Orleans Louisiana State 8 2 I vs Nebraska 9 2 Orange Bowl ’ 4 Saturday s Game Seattle 13 I A Raiders 7 Sunday s Game N Y Giants 16 LA Ranis 13 Conference Semifinals Saturday s Games Seattle at Miami 11 30 a rn \ Y Oui' is at San Francisco 3 P rn Sunday s Games Chicago at Washington, 11 30 a rn Pittsburgh at Denver 3pm Conference Championships Sunday Jan 6 Times and Sites TBA AFC Semi!ma- Winners NFC Semifinal Winners Super Bowl Sunday Jan 20 At Palo Alto Calif AFC Champion vs NFC Champion, 5 p tr NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L Philadelphia 19    9 Monday s Games Tuesday s Games Today s Games New Jersey at Hartford Toronto at Buffalo VY. Islanders at Pittsburg! NY Rangers at Detr it Philadelphia at Washington Chicago at St Louis Winnipeg at Minims .Id Edmonton at Calgary Los Angeles at Vane novel College scores Tuesday s College Basketball By The Associated Press FAH WEST Chaminade Classic Championship Chanunade 71 Southern Methodist 70 Consolation Oklahoma 90, Louisville 72 Rainbow Classic First Round Maryland 70 Iowa 68 Hawaii 66, Cornell 58 Scorer needed for spring league The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is looking for a basketball scorekeeper for the men’s spring basketball league. Games will be played at Academy Street Gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to IO p.m. All interested please contact Marcus Tonish at the luanda Recreation Center at 629-6196 Rec center holding karate classes The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a continous karate class for juniors (ages 6-121 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. and adults (ages 13 and oven from 8 p.in to 9 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays at the [.anda Recreation Center. Classes emphasize art. sports, self-defense, self-confidence and conditioning. Classes w ill begin again on Jan. 7. Call 629-6196 for more information. Volleyball registration set for Jan. 7 11 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be holding registration for Women’s "A" division and Co-rec division volleyball on Jan. 7-U. There will be a eight team limit in each division. 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