Friday, January 11, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas JOHN MCENROE wins at Volvo Page 9A orts HvraldZeltung January 8A Rangers opening district Smithson Valleys Rangers open District 273A play then dont play again for a Final examinations at Smithson Valley next week caused the odd which has the Rangers playing Floresville at home then Sotithside on the road next Friday and Bandera at home on But whetever the Rangers Coach Roger Kraft said his team is ready to start district Were ready or at least I think we he I guess wed better Smithson Valley is 137 on the and the have won four games in a They also have scored at least 64 points in each of those pushing their average to points a Senior Paul Pharris is the Rangers leading averaging points a In Smithson Valleys last four Pharris has scored and 26 Junior Rolando Trevino is the Rangers 2 scorer with points a and he has scored 23 and 26 points in the last four Junior Ray Reyes is adding a Smithson Valleys other regulars include point guard Mike wing Tony guard Fernando Trevino and post Chris which is new to the district basketball is a mystery to His scouts have seen the Tigers only and in that game they played a 23 zone Powerful Cole is the preseason favorite in the district race the Cougars have lost only twice all They defeated Smithson Valley 6350 early in the year in the teams only Boerne is another topranked district team the Greyhounds are of only two teams to beat Fredericksburg this Tonights action begins at 6 with a junior varsity LESLIE Smithson Valley s Karen Allbright moves away from crowd during Thursdays game Get tough USOC leader suggests tougher drug tests COLORADO AP The outgoing executive director of the Olympic Committee says he will recommend closer monitoring of amateur athletes in the wake of the USOCs own report that 86 Americans failed drug tests before the 1984 Summer a top medical official of the USOC said Thursday that several American cyclists were being investigated for taking special transfusions of their own blood to build up red blood cell Don who retires next month as the USOCs executive said Thursday he will recommend periodic drug tests for athletes during the next four years rather than just before and just after Olympic This means that the testing will be done with the knowledge by the athlete that positive tests will result in Miller Our athletes have had over a year of education and information in this process and an awareness of our firm position against the use of Tests eliminated the 86 athletes before the 1984 Olympics when evidence of anabolic steroids or testosterone were found in their the USOC Ten of the athletes who failed were screened during the Olympic Two of them already had landed berths on the American team when their drug tests came back USOC officials The test results had been kept eanfMential until this when released by the USOC in A total of athletes were tested by the task force before final team selections were and 86 tested The USOC said 33 athletes tested positive for use of stimulants and another 53 for use of anabolic steroids or another type of The USOC established the task force in 1983 to look for illegal drug use because two athletes were disqualified after testing positive for improper use of steroids at the 1983 Pan American Miller said Manfred Donike of West helped the USOC start the drugtesting and a laboratory at UCLA became the The task force held more than 100 screening sessions between November 1983 and July ac cording to the Some of the tests were done in meaning the athletes did not face penalties if evidence of drug use was Irving head of the USOCs panel investigating the cyclists accused of blood packing or blood said the cyclists also were looking at caffeine to improve their Another who says he witnessed cyclists undergoing blooddoping transfusions in a motel claimed the procedure had no effect on how many medals the Olympians Miller told a news conference in Indianapolis the USOC has con firmed blood doping took Miller said Dardik and three other physicians were investigating the and soon would make a report to USOC President William Boerne trims Rangerettes ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer Smithson Valley played as a unit Thursday more so than the Rangerettes have in a long It was when the team was forced to play as individuals namely at the free throw line when things fell leading to a 5043 win for The Rangerettes ran their offense well and managed to draw 24 fouls against the However Smithson Valley was able to connect on only 15 of 32 free At half time the count was five of The free throws just killed said Rangerette Coach Phyllis In the second half we made most of our free but we missed a whole lot in the first Smithson Valley also had problems turning the ball over in the first as Boernes press proved effective against the We just fell apart in the second right before We just kept throwing the ball away with their Fowler Except for the opening minutes of the game and the second we played a pretty good game against a really good she Boerne jumped out to an early 50 but the Rangeretts played even with the Greyhounds after trailing 155 at the end of the Boerne outscored Smithson Valley 1811 in the second taking a commanding 3321 lead into the locker room at We easily could have been down by 20 points at the Fowler I thought Id have to go in and give an emotional but the girls were in there saying Lets go do I could tell they really wanted to The Rangerettes came out and played inspired ball in the third playing good defense and working the ball inside on outscoring Boerne 157 in the Im really happy with the way we came back after The girls played more together than they have Statistics SMITHSON VALLEY 43 Shalynn McCoy Tiffany Beene Kim Wagner 4 58 Susan Davis 1 511 Karen Allbright 1 Annetta Ferguson 1123 Totals 14 1532 BOERNE SO Allen 4 25 Ueckor 5 00 Rotors 1 02 Glassing 0 00 Baxter Carpenter 6 02 Ketchum Totals 23 4 13 18 7 1050 Smithson Valley 11 15 743 Fouled out Total fouls Smithson Valley District 273A Girlsdistrict standings District games only Team W L Boerne 0 Colo 0 1 Bandera 1 Floresville 1 Smithson Valley 2 Mondays games Boorne Southside 26 Cole Smithson Valloy 55 BandciaFloresville Thursdays games Boerne Smithson Valley 43 Cole Bandora 35 Soulhside Floresville in a The way we battled back at least offers us some Fowler The Rangerettes narrowed the gap to as close as two at 3634 with just over three minutes remaining in the The Greyhounds then responded with two quick buckets before Kim Wagner and Shalynn McCoy hit a free throw each to cut the Boerne load to 4036 at the end of the Wagner and McCoy led Smithson Valley with 13 points The Greyhounds struck first in the fourth but a pair of free throws by Wagner and one by Susan Davis trimmed the lead to Carpenter then hit three straight buckets for Boerne to help the Greyhounds take a 5039 lead with four minutes left in the Boerne also won the junior varsity Canyon snatches meet title Canyons powerlifting team won the Boerne Invitational Powerlifting Meet last rolling up 121 points to 76 for runnerup had four players bring home firstplace medals and two more finish second in the In the mens open former Canyon lifter Tommy Haymaker was second in the lightweight bench press with a 285pound while Canyons Keith Smith was third with Canyon Coach Pete Rivas placed second in the middleweight division with a 375pound Canyons Brian Barganier was named the meets outstanding lifter BRIAN BARGANIER We had a lot of lifters who didnt but we did pretty well with the ones we Were making Canyon coach Pete Rivas after winning the 165pound division with a total of 965 The out standing lifter is determined by a ratio of total weight lifted to body In the 123pound Canyons Ty Henderson was first with 640 total In the 198pound Mark Torres was first with 920 while Paul Fleener won the 220pound division with 985 Troy Gaisford was second in the superheavyweight division with 895 while Jim Dunman was second in the 165pound division with 925 We had a lot of lifters who didnt but we did pretty well with the ones we Rivas Were making Canyons next meet will be the Friendswood Invitational on Long year SMU ex Carter jumps from silver medal to Super Bowl REDWOOD AP From the Olympics to the Super Michael Carter has had quite a a defensive tackle for the San Francisco won a silver medal in the shot put at Los Angeles last and now hopes for a Super Bowl championship He would also like to get his big hands on Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino at Stanford Stadium on They met when a junior at Southern sacked a senior at in the Cotton Bowl two years SMU won and Carters hit late in the game was the last time Marino was sacked in I was pretty thrilled at the Carter said At Carter is a rookie with so many big moments that he feels he will take all the hoopla of the Super Bowl in He hasnt spent this season just learning from the sidelines like some As the season he played more and usually entering the game on the second series and shuttling with the veterans on different situations in the 49erscomplex Ive been going from one high to Its been a out standing year for 84 going into was just hoping to go to the Olympics and then make a football All this stuff is Michael Carter Ive been going from one high to be Its been a outstanding year for 84 going into I was just hoping to go to the Olympics and then make a football All this stuff is who spent many hours lifting weights preparing for the is among the strongest players in the National Football He has bench pressed up to 450 pounds and lifted over 700 pounds from a At the he weighed 310 but shed some of that for the quickness needed to play nose In order to get to Marino in the Super Carter will have to get by Dolphins Pro Bowl center Dwight Stephenson is by the far the best center Ive said who has never played against him but has been studying films this Hes got good strength and hes a good From the rumors I heard about I thought hed be about But I saw the Hes only Hes doing some job for that Carter said hes practicing several with help from veteran teammate Gary It seems a lot of guys try to muscle him and thats playing right into his Carter said Once you try to go right down the middle on him he has