New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 15, 1985, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Spurs, Rockets roll, keep pace with DenverNBA By Th* Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct. GB Boston............ 10 808 - Philadelphia........ . . 41 IO .804 Vt Washington........ . 28 25 528 1414 Now Jersey ........ . 26 27 .481 17 New York.......... . . 18 36 .340 2414 Central Division Milwaukee......... 36 17 679 — Detroit............ . 31 20 608 4 Chicago ........... 25 25 .500 914 Atlanta............ 22 30 .423 1314 Cleveland.......... . 16 35 314 19 Indiana............ .. . 16 36 308 1914 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver............ 33 20 623 — Houston........... 30 21 588 2 Dallas............ . . 28 24 538 414 San Antonio........ .27 25 .519 514 National Basketball Association, it hasn’t taken long for rookie Akeem Olajuwon to become one of the highest officers in the rebounding business. The 7-foot center for the Houston Rockets established NBA season highs in rebounding and offensive rebounding with 25 and 15, respectively, to go with his game-high 30 points in a 113-105 victory over the New York Knicks Thursday night. Olajuwon’s performance surpassed the previous NBA season high of 24 rebounds by Malone on Jan. 30 against Boston. The 7-foot rookie’s 15 offensive rebounds bettered his own NBA season high of 14 at Utah on Jan. 6.Celtics 110, Sonics 94 Kevin McHale scored 26 points and Larry Bird added eight points and six rebounds in the decisive third period as Boston took over sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division with a victory over Seattle. The Celtics, whose 42-10 record is a half-game better than Philadelphia’s, led only 54-50 at Utah................ 24    28 Kansaa City...........16    35 Pacific Division L.A. Laker*...........36    16 Phoenix ............. 25    27 Portland............. 23    28 Seama.............. 22    31 LA. Clippers..........21    31 Golden State .........11    40 Thursday's Gamas Milwaukee 132, Indiana 128, OT Houston 113, New York 105 Denver 138, Kansas City 123 San Antonio 131, Phoenix 102 Boston 110, Seattle 94 Today's Gamas Detroit at New Jersey Cleveland at Philadelphia Indiana at Chicago Phoenix at Dallas San Antonio at Denver L A. Clippers at Utah Atlanta at L.A. Lakers Washington at Portland Boston at Golden State halftime, but outscored the Sonics 32-23 in the third quarter to take control. Jack Sikma led Seattle with 24 points, but high-scoring forward Tom Chambers hit only one of 12 shots and was held to seven points, 17 under his average.Bucks 132, Pacers 128 Sidney Moncrief scored 31 points and first-place Milwaukee opened a four-game lead in the Central Division with a comeback victory over Indiana. The Pacers, who got 31 points from Clark Kellogg and 26 from Steve Stipanovich, led 113-109 with 14 seconds left in regulation. But a three-point goal by Craig Hodges and a court-length drive by Terry Cummings helped the Bucks send the game into overtime.Nuggets 138, Kings 123 Denver stayed two games in front of second-place Houston in the Midwest Division as Alex English scored 33 points against Kansas City. English scored ll points during a 23-6 second-quarter spurt that gave the Nuggets a 77-60 lead at halftime. .462    814 .314 16 692 -.481 ll .451    1214 .415 1414 404 15 .216 2414 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG New Braunfels' Erie Oranen goes for the ball during his 9-8 victory over Canyon's Robert Olsen ThursdayUnicorns overpower Canyon New Braunfels defeated Canyon 15-3 in a dual tennis match Thursday at the NBHS courts. The Unicorns won nine of the IO boys’ matches and eight of the girls’ matches. New Braunfels is now 19-3 in dual competition this season. In the boys’ matches, New Braunfels’ Erie Oranen defeated Robert Olson 9-8 in the No. I, Canyon’s Ernie Jones beat John Calloway 8-1 in No. 2, NB’s Richie Fowler topped Jay Brown 8-5 in No. 3, NB’s Jonathan Clark stopped Matt Brotze 8-1 in No. 4, NB’s Bill Ball tripped Daniel Fullbright 8-3 in No. 5 and NB’s Donnie Siedel defeated Wade Langston 8-6 in the No. 6. In the boys’ doubles, New Braunfels won all the matches: Moor-Oranen beat Olsen-Rayborn 9-8, Langabeer-Bergquist stopped Brown-Langston 8-1, Shirley-Barosh defeated Jones-Brotze 8-3 and Seifel-McWilliams beat Fulbright-Baese 8-1 In girls’ play, Canyon’s Deann Hanz defeated Mario Haas 9-7 in the No. I singles and Cauleen Keale topped Gillian Cox in the No. 6 singles. New Braunfels won the other singles matches, with Stephanie Leyh topping Nancy Nichols 8-2, Gayle Cerranto stopping Laura Buryanek 8-1 and Jennifer Smith stopping Kara Driskill 8-2. In doubles, New Braunfels won all four matches. Leyh-Cerrato topped Krieg-Hanz 8-4, Denson-Settree stopped Nichols-Smith 8-4, Haas-Scheffel stopped DriskiU-Buryanek 8-4 and Schaffer-Smith beating Link-Davidek 8-3. SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Spurs tied a franchise record with 21 steals in a decisive victory over the Phoenix Suns, and are sending out the word that they’re getting better with every game. “This team is starting to jell, and I think we are going to get better,” guard George Garvin said after Thursday night's 131-102 triumph. “We moved the ball around on offense and played with a lot of intensity.” The victory was San Antonio’s third straight, raising the Spurs to two games above .500, and gave them their third win in a row this season oyer Phoenix. Phoenix coach John MacLeod credited the Spurs’ aggressiveness on fast-break situations. “We have had difficulty stoppping the fast break the past few games. It seems every Spur that played tonight was a big factor in the outcome of the game. They had a lot of offensive rebounds and came up with a lot of loose balls.” “Our defense gave us a great effort tonight,” San Antonio coach Cotton Fitzsimmons said. “We got a lot of easy baskets off the steals.” Fitzsimmons also praised the play of his bench. “I’ve been dogging our bench the last few days and tonight they gave us a great effort. I’m very pleased by our play right now.” Mark Iavaroni had a season-high 16 points for me Spurs, behind Gervin’s 24 points. MacLeod praised Iavaroni’s play and that of Jeff Cook, who led the Spurs with nine rebounds. Both Iavangft afft Cook are new to the Spurs this season.Rockets 113, Knicks 106 While Moses Malone is still Chairman of the Boards in the Hogs stay in race as Texas comeback falls short AUSTIN (AP) — Arkansas basketball coach Eddie Sutton suffered through a Texas comeback attempt but finally relaxed in the wake of a 60-51 victory that kept his Razorbacks in the thick of the Southwest Conference race. “I told my squad that if they can’t win tonight, they can forget about those championship rings," Sutton said Thursday night. “When we look at our schedule we see we have three games at home and travel to Rice," Sutton said. “If we can win out and SMU could stub its toe, we would share the conference championship.” The tough win in Austin raised Arkansas’ record to 8-4, one game behind Southern Methodist’s 9-3 mark and a half game ahead of Texas A&M and Texas Tech, who are 7-4. For the season, Arkansas is 17-9. Texas fell to 5-7 and 12-10. Sutton said freshman Kenny Hutchinson, who hit 6-of-6 from the field against Texas, “came of age tonight. I’ve been saying all along the night ★ Rangers. SWC Conference AH Games W L Ret W L Ret. Southern Math ............ 9    3    750    19    5    826 Arkansas      8    4    667    17    9    654 Texas AOM................... 7    4    636    15    7    681 Texas Tech ................. 7    4    636    15    7    681 Houston    6    5    545    14    9    609 Tax** Christian    6    6    500    14    9    609 Texas ................... 5    7    417    12    IO    545 Savior      2    9    182    9    13    409 Rice     2    IO    .167    9    13    409 would come when he would hit his shots and might bust loose." Texas Coach Bob Weltlich was high on praise for Arkansas center Joe Kleine, whom he called “the most competitive player in this league, by far. “I mean it’s not even close. I wouldn’t want to even try to name a player who would be second, he would be so far back. He just out-competes your entire team, and he has the equipment to do it,” Weltlich said. "They made a lot of big defensive plays when they had to and we just made some not so intelligent decisions," Weltlich added. Kleine scored 22 points and held Texas center John Brownlee to just 6 points. „ Carlton Cooper scored ll early points as Texas built a 19-16 lead with 7:11 left in the first half, while Kleine was trying but failing to fight his way clear of the traffic under the basket. But Texas lost the lead after forward Mike Wacker picked up two quick fouls with about 6:30 left before intermission. He sat out the rest of the half, and without him the Longhorns was unable to score. Eight straight points gave Arkansas a 24-19 halftime lead, and the Razorbacks built it to 38-23 in the opening minutes of the second half. Wacker led Texas with 16 points, foUowed by Cooper with 15. Hutchinson finished with 15 for Arkansas. \\ ^ CDOV shop Continued from Page 9A face Austin Reagan in the first round in Fredericksburg. The Rangers’ schedule includes their own tournament, a four-day round-robin with Blanco, Cole and St. Anthony, and games with Fredericksburg, Alamo Heights and Canyon, all playoff teams in 1984. Smithson Valley’s non-district schedule also includes Marion, Holy Cross, Kerrville Tivy and Hays. District 27-3A play opens April 9 at Boerne. “With all the changing we’ll be doing early in the season, I’ll be tickled lf we win 50 percent of our pro-district games," Granger said. “I've got to look a little bit ahead." Schedule Opponent    Time Fob 26    at Antonian .....4 15 p m. Match I 3    Fredericksburg tournament March 6 ISV tourney) St Anthony 4 15pm March 8    .. (SY tourney! 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