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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Longhorns earn split with Hogs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas pitcher Bruce Ruff in struck out 11 batters to win the second game 133 and salvage a doubleheader split with Arkansas in Southwest Con ference baseball action Arkansas took the first game 21 behind clutch relief pitching by Tim Deitz came on in the last in ning of seven inning contest for Arkansas starter Fred Farwell with runners at second and third and no one He struck out Longhorns Scott Vondemkamp and Rusty Richards and got David Wrzesinski on a ground ball to preserve the the winning is now David Denny put Texas on top with a runscoring single in the but Arkansas came back to tie the game in the bottom of the inning on a triple by Mike Doyle Wilsons run scoring single in the sixth was the gamewinning Daniel was the loser despite allowing only three Texas Tech Rice 110 Catcher Eddie Anselmo smashed a threerun homer in the bottom of the ninth to lift Texas Tech to an 1110 victory over Rice and a sweep of a Southwest Conference doubleheader In the first Tech rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth with doubles from Tommy Dobyns and Johnny Vidales for a 21 victory for Darryl 13 and 11 in the Baylor TCU 2 Dwayne Williams seventhinning error allowed Baylor to score the winning run as the Bears defeated Texas Christian 32 Saturday in a Southwest Conference baseball Winning its 18th Baylor increased its record to 264 overall and 60 in SWC TCU drops to 19 4 and Greg Dennis opened the seventh inning for Baylor with a and reached second on Kyle Todds sacrifice After Mike Malinak grounded Kenneth Patterson hit a grounder to TCU first baseman Tony Wilmots flip to Williams covering first base was and Dennis scored from second Houston Texas 82 Pat Hewes slugged three tworun homers Saturday to lead the University of Houston to a sweep of a doubleheader over Texas 128 and in the Southwest The lOthranked Cougars are 253 overall and 21 in the SWC while is 136 and New Braunfels HerattZeftung March 9A Crockett clips Canyon LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Canyons Ronnie Rittimann fouls off a pitch during Saturdays game ByTOM LABINSKI Staff writer Canyons baseball team lost its second 42 game in a row falling to Austin Crockett at Cougar On Friday the Cougars fell to 5A powerhouse Judson on the Brad Campbell pitched a five hitter for Canyon against but five errors and several base running mistakes cost the Brad pitched well thats the postive said Canyon Coach Ralph And we did hit the ball pretty But on we just werent attentive and our baserunners werent very We hit the ball well the whole but we had problems with runners in scoring he The Cougars outhit Crockett 10 to Canyon left 11 runners on compared to four for The Cougars left the bases loaded in the first and seventh Danny Hernandez led off the Canyon half of the first with a but was cut down trying to steal Randy Riggs and Campbell followed with After Brett Cappleman flied out to deep right Gary Edwards reached base on an putting a runner on each But Ronnie Rittimann followed with a groundout to short to end the Crockett picked up two runs in the second without a Leadoff batter Mike Hadnott led off with a walk and advanced to second when Carlos Box score CROCKETT ab r 4 1 1b 4 0 ss 1 0 1 0 3 1 rf 1 1 3 1 p 20 3 0 dh 2 0 1 0 25 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab ss 4 2b 4 p 3 c 4 rf 4 dh 4 1b 3 cf 2 3b 2 ph 1 Tdtals h 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 001 04 000 22 E Hernandez Rodriguez LOB Canyon Crockett SB S Her IP H R ER BB SO Crockett 6 10 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Canyon L 21 7 64 1 1 1 Linescore CougarsCougars 200 0241 Judson 103 x 4 6 1 Rodriguez 6 and Cappleman Christian and W Christian LRodriguez Medel reached on an Pitcher Ramone Martinez laid down a sacrifice bunt to advance the and both scored when Shannon Dorsey reached base on another Both teams committed five errors in the Canyon errors gave Crockett another run in the third when Leslie Callahan and Pete Johnson both reached base on Ernie Hernandez advanced the runners with a and Callahan scored on a single by third baseman Chris Riggs led off the third with a single for followed by a walk to but Martinez retired the next three Cougars to end the Canyon trailed 40 in the final in ning before the Cougars could produce a pair of Pinch hitter Scott Wagner and Danny Hernandez opened with singles and Riggs reached first on an error to load the Campbell lined a single to scoring With two Edwards hit a single scoring Rittimann then lined a shot down the left field but it was finally called a foul On the next Rittimann popped up to Callahan at second base to end the The game leaves both teams with a record of On Judson pitchers combined on a fourhitter against the and Judson came up with three runs in the sixth for the We didnt hit very but Ronnie pitched a good Behrend Rittimann gave up only one unearned before giving way to Michael Rodriguez in the Canyons next game is at Cougar Field at 4 Monday against Del Mavs down lose to Bulls SAN ANTONIO Dallas dominated the boards and Mark Aguirre scored 35 points to lead the Mavericks to a 123114 victory over San Antonio Friday It was the second win in four nights for Dallas over the The Mavericks outrebounded San Antonio limiting San Antonio to one shot while scoring easy layups on their second or third We just did a poor job checking up on the said Spurs Coach Cotton Its very depressing for Another key difference was in free throw as Dallas hit 89 percent of its Maverick forward Jay who scored 30 hit all 14 of his free throw Aguirre hit 13 of 15 free San Antonio connected on only 61 percent of its free with center Artis Gilmore hitting only three of Free throws just killed Fitzsimmons The victory was the scond in a row for the who are 4031 on the The Spurs fall to The score was tied at 99 with NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L 57 14 51 19 35 35 35 36 New Jersey New 47 Central Division 21 32 37 43 43 50 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division GB 22 33 11 1554 21 Vi 21 Vi 29 25 29 32 San 37 37 Kansas 43 Pacific Division 18 Portland 37 Phoenix 38 Seattle 40 46 Golden State 51 xclinched playoff yclinched division title Late Games Not Included Fridays Games Boston Cleveland 117 Denver New Jersey 111 4Vi Kansas City Atlanta 102 6 Milwaukee 131 112 11 New York Indiana 113 11 Vi Dallas San Antonio 114 17 Lakers Houston 107 Utah 11 85 Saturdays Games 18Vi Boston Washington 98 19 Vi Atlanta Cleveland OT 21V4 Chicago Dallas 97 352 27 Kansas City New York 105 32 A Indiana at In berth Clippers at nl Phoenix at Golden In Todays Games Denver at Philadelphia Seattle at San Antonio Chicago at Utah Detroit at Lakers left in the game when Vincent jammed a basket to give Dallas the lead for Reserve center Kurt Nimphius came into the game and promptly drilled home a 20footer and Vincent nailed a 15foot jumper to put the Mavericks up by The Spurs cut the lead back down to one but Aguirre went in for a layup and completed a threepoint play when he was fouled by Spurs forward Gene Nimphius came back into the game after a oneminute absence and sank another long range shot to give Dallas a 113107 lead with to Nimphius hit those long shots when Dallas needed it the Fitzsimmons They were just connecting great in the fourth When they wanted to take inside they and if they wanted the outside they hit George Gervin and Banks each had 20 points to lead San who played only 25 minutes of the helped the Spurs jump to a 3226 lead by scoring 12 points in the first After allowing Dallas to take the lead at San Antonio came sparked by the hot hands of Alvin Robertson and Mike Each had eight points in the second The Spurs led 6056 at But in the Dallas fought back to take the In spite of hitting only 48 percent of their shots com pared to 56 percent for the the Mavericks outscored San Antonio 31 25 in the The difference was in with Dallas enjoying a 179 ad Our defensive rebounding game was just not there in the third Fitzsimmons TOM LABINSKJ Chicago Dallas 97 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago forward Steve Johnson scored a seasonhigh 31 points while teammate Michael Jordan was held to as the Bulls grabbed a 10797 victory over the Mavericks Satur It was only the second win on the road for the in their last 18 Orlando Woolridge added 23 points and Jordan finished with 20 in his Dallas The loss foiled the Mavericks attempt to go 10 games over 500 for the first time in their history and to pull within onehalf game of the idle Houston Rockets for second place in the Midwest Scoreboard On the air SUNDAY TELEVISION Noon Tennis Virginia Slims USA 12 30 p m Basketball Southeast and West Regional KENS Baseball Atlanta Los WTBS Football 130pm Golt Panasonic Las Vegas 1 30 p m Boxing Top Rank 2 p Baseball Chicago Cubs San WGN 6 Montreal at USA 6 p Woild Championship WTBS Baseball Maine at 9pm Basketball Detroit at WTBS MONDAY 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