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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                10A New Braunfels March Bay City takes 4A title By THE ASSOCIATED AUSTIN LaBradford Smith and Hart Lee Dykes combined for 43 points to lead Bay City to a GA BS victory over Lamesa and its first Class 4A title game victory after four shots In the UIL Boys State High School Basketball Tournament The Blackcats lost in the cham pionship game in 1980 and 1982 before capping this season with a 351 record and their first Jerry Mason paced which finished the season at with 25 points and 10 Smith led Bay City with 23 points and Dykes added 20 points and 15 Bay City fell behind then outscored the Golden Tornadoes 151 in the final of the first Houston Madison Conroe 69 Led by Sean Gays 21 Houston Madison rolled to an 8969 victory over Conroe to complete its undefeated season and take its first Class 5A Gay was a perfect sevenforseven from the floor to lead the 400 while Cedrlc Brown and Patrick Crocklin added 14 points Sweeny Brownsboro 43 paced by 16 firsthalf points from senior Kent won its first state basketball cham pionship since 1954 with a 5543 over Brownsboro In the Class 3A finals Baugh finished with 18 followed by Bennett Fields with Grapeland Morton 56 Tony Jones scored 27 points to lead Grapeland to its firstever state basketball title with a 8356 victory over Morton in the 2A a 5foot6 University of Texas football dominated play all over the adding eight five assists and two steals to his gamehigh point La Poynor Nazareth 43 OT La Poynors Daryl Street scored a threepoint play with 25 seconds left in overtime to clinch a 4743 win over Nazareth in the Class A final at the state boys high school basketball Unicorns hold heads high DERYL New Braurifels David Caddel Leon Sneed 40 and Damon Millett put pressure on Lamesas Chris ByTOM LABINSKI Staff writer AUSTIN Depsite losing 6764 to Lamesa in the state Class 4A semifinals Thursday the mood in the New Braunfels locker room was surprisingly the team wasnt celebrating as if it had won the game to advance to the and yes there were only a few dry eyes after the No one had expected New Braunfels to ever come close to making it to and even among the final the Unicorns were the And when the Unicorns fell behind 72 just two minutes into the it looked like the New Braunfels bubble might But the team fought back and took the lead before the first quarter was and by halftime led I would say tonight was one of our best efforts of the said guard David The only possible game where we played better than tonight is against I think we did a great Everyone gave it there he Lamesa had gone into the game averaging more than 80 points per The Tors featured a wide open of utilizing the teams quickness and We knew we could run with said tilo who led the Unicorns with 22 points and 8 Our game plan was to just take the ball and run right 1 Hoyas down Johns By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Georgetown had to play more than half the game without AllAmerica center Patrick Ewing because of foul but his had plenty of skill left over to defeat secondranked Johns 9280 Saturday night in the championship game of the Big East Conference basketball The defending NCAA champion Hoyas will carry a 12game winning streak and a 302 record into the NCAA basketball which start Thursday with a 64team the regularseason Big East lost their second game in three meetings with Georgetown this The game was marred by five technical two each against the head John Thomp son of Georgetown and Lou Carnesecca of Johns all in the first With remaining in the second reserve Ron Rowan of Johns and Reggie Williams of Georgetown were ejected for Michael Jackson led five Georgetown players in double figures with 19 followed by Bill Martin with 18 and David Wingate with Ralph Dalton had nine points and eight rebounds as Swings backup at Chris Mullin led the Redmen with 25 but only six after Im not the only good player on this said who scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in playing less than half the I think they showed it Ralph Dalton had some clutch rebounds and Bill Martin shot The who never extended a seven point halftime lead to as much as 7864 in the second The closest Johns could get after that was eight The Oklahoma Sooners and Memphis State Tigers each struggled to win their tournaments championship game while the Tulsa another Top Twenty were bounced out of theirs in college basketball action Tim McCalister and Anthony Bowie kept Oklahoma together while AllAmerica Wayman Tisdale sat out most of the second and the fourthranked Sooners withstood a furious upset bid by Iowa State to beat the Cyclones 7371 in the title game of the Big Eight postseason tour the threetime Big Eight player of the scored 14 points in the first half to help the Sooners to a 3433 but went to the bench when he collected his fourth foul less than 90 seconds into the second But McAllister and Bowie continously hit key baskets in the second half to keep the upstart Cyclones at It was just as difficult for Memphis State to win the Metro Conference as the fifth ranked Tigers struggled to beat Florida State 9086 in Baskerville Holmes scored 24 including a basket off a missed shot at the end of to lead the the The 15thranked Tulsa was not as With Xavier McDaniel powering in 34 points and pulling down 13 Wichita State outlasted a furious Hurricane rally to win the Missouri Valley Conference Among other afternoon winners of conference championships were Temple and Gerald White hit two free throws with 10 seconds remaining in overtime and Frank Ford had a dunk at the buzzer as Auburn edged Alabama 5349 to capture the Southeastern Conference MPM closes in on idle Eliminators MPM moved to within a game the Eliminators the league in New Braunfels Basketball League action this MPM defeated Whites 6959 to up its record to MPM was led by Ken Felands 20 while Vernon Klar led Whites with 17 The who were are The Herald won two games to increase its record to The Herald defeated Russells 7532 and Schlotzkys Against Wayne Hildebrand paced the Herald with 24 while Ken Brazle scored 26 against Todd Dever led Schlotzkys with 23 points while Mark Zier scored 11 points for Earlier in the Schlotzskys lost to SMI SMI was led by Scott Lucas who scored 33 Todd Dever scored 37 in a losing Schlotzkys record is now 54 while SMI is Fiddlin Cherokee won by forfeits over Panteras and Underpass Results New Braunfels Basketball League Standings Team w L Eliminators 0 1 2 4 Whites 4 Fiddlin 4 Russells 6 7 1 8 This weeks games Tuesday Fiddlin Cherokee Whites Auto Herald Panteras Pizza Eliminators MPM at Thats what we did and it he The Unicorns lead stood at 4236 with left in the third quarter when Victor who had been all over the court for New Braunfels up until twisted his left forcing him out of the It was the turning point of the ball game as the Golden Tornadoes took a 4946 lead at the end of the quarter and stretched it to 6556 with to No doubt about Victors leaving the ball game was the turning said David Sierras backcourt It was the big Sierra went down with a Lamesa player on top of He didnt land on me or Sierra I had just made a cut to my left and my ankle just Its not the worst twist Ive but it was enought to keep me he with what looked like half of a baseball protruding out of his Despite trailing by eight points with a little more than a minute to New Braunfels fought back to cut the deficit to with 29 seconds But Keneth Williams fielded a long pass for the Tors and converted a layup to put the game We started putting it back together at the end of the but it was just a little too Schmidt a looked at the Unicorns rally as a sign of things to I have a feeling these guys are going to be getting after it between now and next he Hopefully well be back Rockets whip Spurs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO Lewis Lloyd and Rodney McCray led a spirited Houston scoring drive with 24 points each to power the Rockets past the San Antonio Spurs 123117 in National Basketball Association play Saturday The Rockets had six players in double figures as they registered their third win in four tries against San Houston improved its record to while the loss dropped the Spurs to San Antonio had the games top two Mike Mitchell with 39 and Artis Gilmore with but they were the only Spurs in double Joining Lloyd and McCray in doublefigure Ralph Sampson scored 20 Akeem Olajuwon Robert Reid 12 and Mitchell Wiggins Spurs bench Gervin SAN ANTONIO George Ger the San Antonio Spurs longtime leading has been benched and may not return to the starting lineup this Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons Fitzsimmons wont give a reason for sidelining but has in dicated an arm injury is at least part of the Gervin bruised a bone in his NBA By The Associated Praia EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L 50 14 48 16 32 31 32 32 43 19 28 Chicago 33 37 38 44 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 22 xBoston xPhiladelphia New Jersey 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