New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 9, 1985, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Spurs bury Warriors by 45 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After scoring 26 points and collecting 13 assists and ll rebounds, San Antonio’s Johnny Moore was a little unsatisfied. Moore, who had quarterbacked the San Antonio Spurs to a 139-94 rout over the Golden State Warriors Tuesday night, had missed out on what he called the “Four Ds“ — double figures — by tallying just nine steals. “I was pushing for the last steal, but you can’t have everything,” Moore said after the National Basketball Association contest. Moore has been pushing through much of his basketball career. He fought to make the team after being cut from the Spurs four years ago. "I’m not like Carl Lewis,” said Moore, referring to the four-time Olympic gold-medalist. “I have to go all out. “I don’t have the physical attributes of some of the other players, and I didn’t have them in high school or college,” he continued. “That’s where I developed the work ethic. Each time you go out you have to prove yourself.” The rest of the Spurs proved something as well by setting a club record: A 45-point victory margin. NBA Dallas............. Utah............... San Antonio......... Kansas City 18 17 16 13 16 19 19 21 529 .472 .457 382 2V4 4% 5 7 VV By The Associated Press Pacific Division EASTERN CONFERENCE L A Lakers........... 24 11 686 — Atlantic Division Phoenix ............. 18 18 500 6 VV W L Pct GB Portland............. 16 20 444 8 VV Boston......... 29 6 829 L A. Clippers.......... 16 21 432 9 Philadelphia 28 6 824 Seattle 15 21 417 9 VV Washington 20 15 571 9 Golden State ........ IO 24 294 13 VV New Jersey 16 20 444 13 V, Tuesday s Games New York 13 24 351 17 Cleveland 107, New Jersey 101 Central Division San Antonio 139. Golden State 94 Milwaukee 23 14 622 Washington 99, Milwaukee 95 Detroit........ 19 1b 559 2 W Houston 112, Kansas City 110 Chicago...... 17 17 500 4 V, Dallas 108, Portland 102 Atlanta 15 20 429 7 Denver 126, L A Lakers 124 Indiana . IO 24 294 ll V, Today’s Games Cleveland . . 9 23 281 ll'/, Chicago at Boston WESTERN CONFERENCE Detroit at Philadelphia Midwest Division Milwaukee at Indiana Houston .....21 14 600 New York at Denver Denver 20 15 5/1 I Seattle at Phoenix San Antonio’s Artis Gilmore scored 23 points, Alvin Robertson scored 21 coming off the bench, and George Gervin added 20 points for the Spurs. Cavaliers 107 Nets 101 Cleveland, after a 2-19 start, has won seven of its last ll games, including a decision over the New Jersey Nets. Guard World B. Free came off the bench to score 27 points, including three three-point goals that helped defuse a Nets rally. Nuggets 126 Lakers 124 Denver ended Los Angeles’ nine-game winning streak behind Alex English’s 41 points and ll rebounds. English scored ll points in the fourth period to help the Nuggets offset the performance of Hareem Abdul-Jabbar, who led the Lakers with 35 points, 12 rebounds and six blocked shots. Bullets 99 Bucks 95 Washington needed final-minute baskets from Gus Williams and Greg Ballard to keep Milwaukee from erasing a 17-point deficit down the stretch. Rockets 112 Kings 110 First-place Houston stayed a game ahead of Denver in the Midwest Division as Akeem Olajuwon scored 24 points, five of them in the final minutes. Olajuwon hit two field goals and a free throw, then made a steal that led to a basket by Robert Reid as the Rockets pulled away from a 103-103 tie to a 112-107 lead. Mavericks 108 Blazers 102 Dale Ellis and Rolando Blackman led a 17-2 fourth-quarter spurt that lifted Dallas over Portland. The Trail Blazers fought back from a 17-point deficit to tie the game at 76-76 before the Mavericks started their decisive run. Ellis scored IO of his 20 points and Blackman ll of his 16 in the final period. Guns' suit under consideration SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A three-judge appeals court is weighing the legality of a lease the San Antonio Gunslingers has on a local school district's stadium. The San Antonio School District, along with the River Road Neighborhood Association and the city of San Antonio have gone to court to try to throw out the lease on Alamo Stadium. The United States Football Iieague team signed a lease to use the stadium May 31, 1983. Since then, the neighborhood association, the city and the school board has been fighting to nullify the lease. A judge last year, after a two-week trial, ruled the lease valid. Syracuse rips BC Eagles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Recognition hasn’t been much of a blessing for Boston College’s basketball Eagles. Thanks to the attention lavished on Doug Flutie and rest of BC's football team, the basketball players labored in glorious anonymity while winning IO straight games. Only when the Eagles lost for the first time — an 82-80 overtime decision to No. I Georgetown last Saturday —-did Boston College gain a spot in the national rankings. BC’s first outing as a ranked club proved just as disappointing when No. 7 Syracuse rallied for a 64-58 victory Tuesday night. “I feel frustrated, rather than down,” said Boston College Coach Gary Williams. “It’s not like I’m down from losing. We were just so close and didn’t get it.” BC led 43-34 in the second half but Syracuse went on a 10-2 run featuring three baskets by Dwayne Washington to bring the Orangemen back. In other games involving ranked clubs, Patrick Ewing hit 15 of 17 shots from the field in a 33-point performance to pace Georgetown to a 90-70 romp over Seton Hall and Clemson’s Vincent Hamilton scored 27 points to pace the Tigers to a 90-81 victory over No. 9 Georgia Tech. Georgetown, 14-0 overall and 3-0 in the Big East, rolled to a 40-26 halftime edge over Seton Hall and turned the game into a rout with a 14-6 spurt opening the second half. Ewing enjoyed the third 30-point game of his career. Georgia Tech, 10-3, was condemned to its second loss in three Atlantic Coast Conference starts when the Yellow Jackets couldn’t find a way to stop the hot-shooting Hamilton. Clemson’s bomber hit 12 of 16 shots from the floor, many from the 20-foot range. Bruce Dalrymple led Tech with 24 points. At Raleigh, N.C., reserve guard Terry Gannon scored IO points to spark North Carolina State to a 51-45 victory over Virginia, snapping a three-game losing streak that had cost the Wolfpack a spot in the Top 20. In other games Tuesday night, it was Army 63, For-dham 59; Niagara 71, New Hampshire 69; James Madison 80, Old Dominion 68; Western Kentucky 75, Jacksonville 64; Wake Forest 79, Furman 64; Iowa State 106, Abilene Christian 86; Toledo 67, Kent State 58; New Mexico 64, Baptist of South Carolina 59; and Pepperdine 90, Colorado 64. LESLIE KRIEWALDT/HERALD ZEITUNG Smithson Valley's Mike Irvine looks for a teammate during Tuesday's game Rangers whip Somerset Scoreboard On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION I 6 p in Basketball Maryland at North Carolina ESPN 6pm Tennis Volvo Masters USA 7 p m Basketball LSU at Alabama. WTBS 7 30 p rn    Basketball Clwcago at    Boston, WCN 8 p rn Basketball Wisconsin at OI'to State, ESPN THURSDAY TELEVISION 6pm Tennis Volvo Masters USA 7 30 inn    Boning, ESPN 9 pm Basketball Seattle at Golden Slate. WTBS 10 pm    Basketball Washington    State    at UCLA,ESPN 4 5 16 totals 41 84 22 24 108 POH I LANO 11021 Dreidel ll 23 2 2 26 Noms 610 6 8 18 Bowie 2 7 0 0 4, Paaaott 13 26 J 4 29 Valentine 71322 16. Kersey 35 00 6 B Tlrompson 02 I 2 I Colter 1 2 00 2. Scheiber 00121 Totals 4387 15 20 IO? Dallas    21    32 23    32 108 Portland    21    21 31    29 102 Three point    goals    Ellis    2    Blackman Davis, Domini Fouled out    None    Hetrounds    Dallas 44 •Perkins Bl Portland 50'Bowie 8) Assists Dallas 26 (Davis Bl. Portland 28 (Valentine 101 Total louis Dallas 21, Portland 26 Technicals Portland Coach Ramsey A 12 666 St John's, Kan 86. Oklahoma Baptist 78 Toledo 67. Kent St 58 SOUTHWEST Midwestern St 74 Sam Houston St 65 N limas St 60. Hardin Simmons 58 FAR WEST Gon/aya 79. Seattle Pacific 68 N Colorado 67. Denver 64 New Mexico 64 Baptist. S C 59 Pep|>eidine 90. Cotoiado 64 Santa Clara 73. Puget Sound 58 W L T Philadelphia    24    11    5 Washington    23    11    7 NY Islanders    22    16    I Pittsburgh , . . IS    19    4 NY Rangers    14    19    6 New Jersey    13    22    4 Adams Division Montreal    21    12    8 GA 120 Buffalo 18 12 IO Transactions Local sports THURSDAY 6pm    Girls' basketball Boerne bushmen, luntor varsity, varsity at Smithson Valley FRIDAY 4 30 |> rn Girls basketball New Braunfels freshmen, tumor varsity, varsity at Canyon 5 p m    Boys basketball Canyon freshmen, inturn varsity, vaisity at Luling 6 p m Boys' basketball Floresville jut nor varsity, varsity at Smithson Valley NBA boxes Warriors Spurs GOLDEN STATE (941 Smith 59 24 12. SIkmi 2 11 9 10 13. Whitehead 4 10 1 I 9. Floyd 5 13 3 4 13. Bi al/ 2 10 0 0 4, Conner 6 14 2 4 15. Johnson 4 13 6 10 14, Aleksinas 4/22 IO. Plummer 12 0 2 2, llubeaui 1 2 0 0 2 Totals 34 91 25 3 7 94 SAN ANTONIO 11391 Banks 4 4 3 4 11, Mitchell 3 10 2 2 8. Gilmore 8 10 7 9 23 Moore ll I / 4 6 26 Garvin 9 13 2 2 20 Jones 2 3 3 4 7, Robertson 9 133421, lavaroni 2 5 3 4 7. Pas son 3 6 0 0 6 Knight 5 9 0 0 IO T Dials 56 90 2 7 35 139 Golden State    20    26    22    26    94 San Antonio    39 27 33 40 139 Tfuee point goal Cormel Fouled out None Rebounds Golden State 43 (Smith. Whitehead Aleksinas 6), San Antonio 68 Uavaiom 121 Assists Golden State 18 (Johnson 5), Son Antonio 41 (Moore 1 31 Total fouls Golden Slate 27, San Antonio 31 A 6 5/8 Kings Rockets KANSAS CITY (110) E Johnson ti 22 4 4 26 Qlbeidmg 3 6 OO 6, Thompson 4 8 BO 8, Diew 8 12 2 2 19, Iheus 3 10 2 2 8 Woodson 8 16 4 4 20 Thorpe 5 7 7 10 17. BuseO I OOO. McNamara 2 4 OO 4 Pope I I 00 2 Totals4587 19 22 110 HOUSTON (1121 McCray 5 11 3 4 13, Sampson 8 18 ll 17, Olajuwon ti 21 2 3 24. Hollins 7 13 4 5 18. Wiggins 6 15 0 0 12. Petersen I I OO 2. Reid 3 5 0 0 6. Lloyd 7 110 0 14. Mictteau* 35006, Ehlo 0 2 00 0. McDowell0 000 0 Totals51 102 IO 13 112 Kansas CRV ....... 2*    32 26 24-110 Houston ............ 29    33 27 23 112 Three pond goal Drew Fouled out None Rebounds Kansas City 48 (Thompson 91, Houston 51 (Olajuwon 121 Assists Kansas City 30 (Theos ll), Houston 31 (Hollins 111 Total foulsKansas City 20, Houston 17 f ach meals Woodson A 13,406 Mavericks Blaws DALLAS (TOBI Agouta 12 24 3 3 27, EHis 7 1 3 4 5 20, Nim phtus 3 4 2 28. Blackman4 13 7 7 16, Davis 392 2 9. Harper 2BOO4, Srtton44 00 8, Perkins6 ll College scores Tuesday's College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Anny 63, Fotdham 59 Boston U 57, Colgate 64. ?OT Georgetown 90 Seton Hall 70 Loyola Md 54 Wasmngton Md 47 Niagara 71 Now Hampshire 69 Syracuse 64. Boston Coll 68 Vermont 66 Middlebury 68 SOUTH Alabama Si /0, Auh Montyomeiy 63 Clemson 90. Georgia lech 81 James Madison BO. Old Dominion 68 Liberty Baptist 77. Fionda I ach 69 N Carolina St 51. Virginia 45 Nicholls St 70. Grambling 6? S Alabama 96 Wis Parkside 62 W Kentucky 75. Jacksonville 64 Wake Forest 79. Furman 64 MIDWEST Chicago St 73. Jackson St 64 Cleveland St 83, E Illinois 72, OT Iowa St IOO. Abilene Christian 86 Kansas Newman 66 NW Missouri Si 62 Malone 73. Rio Grande 70, Of N Dakota St 90. Augustana. SOB/ By Tile Associated Press BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BREWERS Resigned Jim Kern, pitcher and assigned him to Vancouver ol Hie Pacific Coast League National League SAN DIEGO PADRES Signed Tim Stoddard pitcher, to a three year contract FOOTBALL National Football League DALLAS COWBOYS Announced the retirement of Bob Breumy. linebacker United States Football League SAN ANTONIO GUNSLINGERS Signed Fred Sims. running back. and Jeff Leafing, linebacker HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS Announced that Barry Pederson, center, will be out for the season Acquited Butch Goring, center off waivers from (tie New York Islanders NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Quebac    19    17    6 Boston .... 17    16    7 Hartford    16    18    5 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Chicago    18    19    3 Si Louis    16    16    6 Minnesota    13    19    7 Delton    13    23    5 Toronto ....... 6    29    5 Smyth# Division Edmonton    28    8    4 Calgary    21    15    4 Winnipeg    19    17    4 I os Angeles    16    16    8 Vancouver    IO    27    5 Tuesday's Games Edmonton 4, Quebec 0 Hartford 4, Buffalo 4. be Washington 4. Detroit 2 Philadelphia 5. Vancouver 3 N Y Islanders 3. Montreal 1 Today s Games Vancouver at Pittsburgh Boston at Toronto N Y Rangers at Winnipeg Washington at St Lours Minnesota at Chicago Los Angelas at Calgary Thursday s Gamas Buffalo at Boston • Edmonton st Montreal N Y Islanders at New Jersey Chicago at Philadelphia St Louis at Minnesota Pts GF 53 171 53 167 125 45    187    156 34    134    169 34 143 158 30    137    164 50 165 135 46 152 122 44 168 158 41    147    140 37    134    165 39 157    148 38 138 145 33 140 155 31    148    188 17    119    188 60 206 128 46    196    158 42    162    167 40    175    165 25 133 224 Smithson Valley concluded the non-district portion of the season Tuesday night, rolling to a 76-62 win over Somerset. It was the fourth victory in a row for the Rangers, who improved their record to 13-7. Smithson Valley Coach Roger Kraft said the victory gave the Rangers a chance to iron out a few wrinkles. “It was a different type of game,” he said. “We experimented a lot. We were always in control of the game, so we played all or defenses — zone, man-to-man and a couple of different presses.” The Rangers were led by Paul Pharris and Rolando Trevino, who each scored 26 points. It was Trevino’s highest output of the season. Lucio Aguilar led Somerset with 32 points. David Garcia added 21 points Statistics SMITHSON VALLEY (76) Paul Phams 26. Rolando Trevino 26, Ray Reyes 9, Tony Rendon 9, Mike livme 4, Chits Lehmann I, Dirk Hays 1 SOMERSET (621 Aguilar 32 Gate id 21 Antopes 4, Hernando/ 3, Black 2 Somerset    12    18    16    16    62 Smithson Valley    22    22    23    19    76 in the losing effort. Smithson Valley outscored the Bulldogs in every quarter. The Rangers jumped out to an early lead, taking a 22-12 advantage at the end of the first quarter. 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