New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 9, 1985, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas eNew Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Tuesday April 9,1985Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS First, Charlie Hough couldn’t control his knuckleball, then he lost control of the situation. The 37-year-old Texas pitcher allowed eight walks Monday, including four in the sixth inning, before Ranger Manager Doug Rader took him out of the game at the start of the seventh, trailing 2-1 but with a no-hitter still intact. Then in the eighth, after Texas tied the score, Eddie Murray blasted a two-run homer, the second of Baltimore’s two hits, to give the Orioles a 4-2 victory on the opening day of the 1985 major league baseball season. “I had no choice,” Rader said of his decision to remove Hough. “Eight walks is the same as eight singles. Charlie had done all he could do.” Hough didn’t quarrel with Rader’s hook. “Nobody can manage for one person,” said Hough, who allowed 12 hits and 12 runs in four innings against Baltimore last season. “A manager has to manage to win. He had to do what he did.” Reds 4 Expos 1 Player-manager Pete Rose his team led by example, knocking in three runs with a double and a single to pace Cincinnati over Montreal while resuming his chase of Ty Cobb’s all-time hit mark. Two snow storms delayed the game for more than an hour in the fifth inning, chilling a standing-room-only crowd at Riverfront Stadium, but Rose warmed up those in attendance, including Commissioner Peter Ueberroth, with a two-run double in the fifth to give the Reds a 2-0 lead. Mario Soto picked up the victory, allowing one run on four hits in seven innings. Tigers 5 Indians 4 Rookie third baseman Chris Pit- On the air National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Chicago ..... .0    0    OOO    — New York..........0    0    OOO    — Philadelphia.......0    0    OOO    — Pittsburgh.    .    .    0    0    OOO St. Louis    0    0    OOO    — Montreal ......0    1    OOO    H West Division Cincinnati     I    0    1.000 Atlanta.......... 0    0    OOO    H Houston.............0    0    OOO    Vt Los Angeles........0    0    OOO    Vt San Diego........0    0    OOO    Vt San Francisco.........0    0    OOO    Vi Monday's Games Cincinnati 4, Montreal 1 Today's Games St Louis (Anduiar 20-14) at New York (Gooden 17 9) Pittsburgh (Rhoden 14 9) at Chicago (Sutcliffe 16 1) San Diego (Hoyt 13-18) at San Francisco (Hammaker 2-0) Atlanta (Mahler 13 10) at Philadelphia (Carlton 13 7), In) Los Angeles (Valenzuela 12 17) at Houston (Ryan 12-11), (n) Wednesday’s Games Montreal at Cincinnati San Diego at San Francisco Los Angeles at Houston, In) American League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Baltimore............. 1    0    1.000    — Boston...............I    0    1.000    — Detroit...............1    0    1 .OOO    - Milwaukee............0    0    OOO    VV Cleveland.............0    1    .OOO    1 New York.............0    1    .OOO    1 Toronto ..............0    I    OOO    1 West Division Kansas City ........... 1    0    1.000    — California .............0    0    OOO    Vi Chicago..............0    0    .OOO    Vi Minnesota ............ 0    0    .OOO    Vt Oakland..............0    0    .OOO    Vi Seattle...............0    0    .OOO    Vi Texas................0    I    .OOO    I Monday's Gamas Detroit 5, Cleveland 4 Baltimore 4, Texas 2 Boston 9, New York 2 Kansas City 2, Toronto 1 Today's Gamas Chicago (Seaver 15-11) at Milwaukee (Haas 9-11) Minnesota (Viola 18-12) at California (Witt 15 11), (n) Oakland (Sutton 14-12) at Seattle (Moore 7-17), (n) Wednesday’s Gamas Cleveland at Detroit New York at Boston Texas at Baltimore Toronto at Kansas City, (n) Minnesota at California, (n) Oakland at Seattle, (n) TUESDAY TELEVISION 7 p.m. — Wrestling, USA. 7 p.m. — Basketball: Boston at Philadelphia, WTBS. 9 p.m. — Baseball: Atlanta at Philadelphia, WTBS. ' WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7:30 p.m. — Hockey: Minnesota at St. Louis, USA Local sports 8. Palmer ........................10    3    Dallas at Kansas City 9 Nocona........... .11-4    San Antonio at Houston 10. Frankston....................114    Detroit at New York CLASS A    L A. Clippers at Utah 1. Falls City........................6-0    Denver at L A. Lakers 2. Snook.........................8-0    Phoenix at Portland 3. Lago Vista....................61    Wednesday’s    Gamas 4. Salado............ .8-1    Indiana at Detroit 5. Follett.................. 3    1    New York at Atlanta 5 |0|a    5    2    Philadelphia at New Jersey 7. Colmesneil    6    3    Washington at Milwaukee 8. Runge    5    3    Denver at L A Clippers 9. Fayetteville..................... 5    3 10. Lefors  ........  71    is I s 11 NHL Major League box TUESDAY 4:15 p.m. — Baseball: Smithson Valley at Boerne 7:30 p.m. — Baseball: Canyon at New Braunfels. THURSDAY 3 p m — Girls’ track: Dual meet at Unicorn Stadium. FRIDAY 4:15 p.m. — Baseball: Bandera at Smithson Valley 4:30 p.m. — Baseball: Hays at Canyon. 5 p.m. — Track: Canyon girls, Smithson Valley boys, girls at Pflugerville Relays 7:30 pm — Baseball: New Braunfels at Kerrville Tivy SATURDAY 9 a rn. — Track: Canyon girls. Smithson Valley boys and girls at Pflugerville Relays TEXAS BALTIMORE ab r h bi 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 ab r h bi Harrah    2b    4 0 10 Young lf Ward lf    3 0 0 0 Sheets rf OBnen    1b    4 0 11 Roenick lf Bell 3b    4    0 10 Ripken ss CJhnsn    dh    4 0 2 0 EMurry 1b    3    2    12 Jones rf    4 0 0 0 Lynn cf    2    0    0    0 Wright    cf    3 10 0 Lwnstn dh    3    0    0    1 Wilkrsn    ss    3 12 1 Gross 3b    3    0    0    0 Slaught    c    3 0 10 Dauer 2b    2    0    0    0 Dempsy c    3    0    0    0 Totals 32 2 8 2 Totals 24 4 2 3 Texas ............... OOO 010 010    2 Baltimore......... OOO 002 02x    4 Game Winning RBI EMurray(l) DP Texas    I,    Baltimore    1 LOB Texas    6 Baltimore 6. 28    Wilkerson,    Young. CJohnson HR — EMurray (1I taro had three singles and knocked in the tying run during Detroit’s two-run, game-winning rally in the eighth inning against Cleveland. The Tigers, who won their first nine games last season en route to a 35-5 start that led to a World Series championship, trailed 4-3 before coming back. Red Sox 9 Yankees 2 Tony Armas, Dwight Evans and Jim Rice, who combined for 103 homers last season, knocked in six runs with one apiece for Boston against New York. Armas, who led the American league with 43 homers in 1984, hit a two-run homer to tie the score in the second inning, Evans added a solo homer in the fifth and Rice hit a booming line drive to center field for a three-run homer in the sixth. Royals 2 Blue Jays 1 Willie Wilson drilled a two-run double in the seventh inning to boost Kansas City over Toronto. Stieb had blanked the Royals on three hits through six innings before Wilson’s line drive was lost in the sun by George Bell. The hit knocked in Darryl Motley, who doubled, and Onix Concepcion, who was hit by a pitch. Bud Black scattered four hits in 7 2-3 innings before Dan Quisenberry got the last four outs and a save. Briefly Bonnett takes LLGA tournament The Landa Ladies Golf Association played an 18-hole tournament last week at the Landa Park Golf Course, with the score from nine holes selected by a blind draw counting toward the standings. Grace Bonnett wound up first, Carol Hansen second and Phyllis Yeazel third after the draw. 3 teams tie in NGBA tourney Three teams tied for the low total in the New Braunfels Golf Association’s four-man team, better ball tournament at the Landa Park Golf Course. The teams each shot 54. They were: B. Reeh, L. Suarez, B. Fortner and R. Drummond; E.L. Reid, J. Rosales, C. Messer and J. Rew; and L. Tuch, C.D. Shaw, L. Hartzell and D. Armatta. A. Jarchow was low in A flight with net 66. C.D. Shaw was low net in B flight with 66, while B. Fortner was low net in C flight with 62 and H. Kimbell low net in D flight with 69. D. Douglas and L. Tuch tied for low gross at 71. Tournaments set this month The Landa Ladies Golf Association will hold its club championship tourament Wednesday and Thursday and April 17 beginning at 9 a.m. each day at the [.anda Park Golf Course. The Golf Fest will be April 26-28, and the course will be closed those days. Teaff to speak at SVHS banquet Tickets are on sale for the Smithson Valley All-Sports Banquet, which is scheduled for May 13 at Texas Dance Hall. Baylor football coach Grant Teaff will be the speaker at the event, which gets underway at 7:30 p.m. For the first time, this year’s banquet will honor all the athletes at the school. Because of the large number of expected participants, the banquet was moved to the dance hall, which is on U.S. 281 south of Bulverde. Tickets are available at the SVHS office and from the school’s coaches, booster club members and businesses in the Canyon Lake-Bulverde area. Proceeds will go to Smithson Valley athletics. Schriener to hold basketball tryout A college basketball tryout for all area high school seniors will be held at Schriener College Saturday. The tryout is divided into two sessions, IO a.m. and 2 p.m., in the Edington Center Gym at Schriener College in Kerrville. Lunch is available between sessions. Players are encouraged to participate in both sessions. For more information, contact Coach Jim Munnerlyn’s office at 896-5411. 9 a m. — Track: New Braunfels and Canyon IP H R ER BB SO boys at South Austin Relays. Burger Center Texas Top IO Hough 6 0 2 I 8 4 Rozema L.O 1 Baltimore GDavis 2 7 2 4 2 I 2 I 2 0 2 I LAREDO (API - Here is the Laredo Morning Aas® W,IO 2 4 I I 0 0 TimesTexas High School Baseball Coaches PB Slaught 2 T 2 35 A 50.402 Association baseball poll of teams across the NBA state through Monday CLASS SA I Spring Woods 14-0 2 Abilene Cooper 17 1 By The Associated Press 3. Dallas Thomas Jefferson 162 EASTERN CONFERENCE 4 PW Arlington Heights 12 1 Atlantic Division 5 Lubbock Monterey 162 W L Pct GB 6 Aliet Hastings 113 1 y Boston 62 16 796 7 North Garland 14 1 I x Philadelphia 56 22 718 6 8 Laredo Nixon 14 I I x New Jersey 39 39 500 23 9 Houston Lee . . 14-1 * Washington 38 40 487 24 IO Midland Lee 16-4 New York 24 54 308 38 CLASS4A Central Division I Austin Westlake 17? y Milwaukee 56 23 709 2 De Soto ....... ....... 154 x Detroit 42 36 538 13*i 3 Waco Midway 14 I x Chicago 38 42 475 '8 4 Uvalde ..................... 14-1 Cleveland 34 44 436 21 Vt 5. Flour Bluff . . 122 Atlanta 31 47 397 24 Vt 6 Bay City ..... IO? Indiana 22 57 278 34 7 Bellon .............. . 15 3 WESTERN CONFERENCE 8. Snyder 133 Midwest Division 9 New Braunfels Canyon 123 y Denver 51 27 654 IO New Braunfels 123 « Houston 46 33 577 6 CLASS3A x Dallas 42 36 538 9 1 Linden Kildare 161 x San Antonio 40 39 506 IIH 2 Graham IO I x Utah ... 38 40 487 13 3 Hooks ... ........ ... 13 1 Kansas City 30 48 385 21 4 Gilmer...................... 13 2 Pacific Division 5 Lufkin Hudson ll 2 y I A Lakers 58 20 744 6 Pollok Central 10 3 x Portland 39 39 500 19 7 Brownsboro 143 x Phoenix 34 45 430 24 Vt 8 San Augustine 94 Seattle 31 48 392 27H 9 Van 11 3 I A Clippers 29 49 372 29 IO Elgin ....... 114 Gulden State 22 57 278 36 Vt CLASS 2A x-cbnched playoff berth 1 Leonard 122 y clinched division title 2 Liberty Hid 112 Monday s Game 3. Clifton 82 Indiana 107, Chicago f 03 4 West Hardin ____71 Today a Games 5 Shiner .... ...... . ____71 Atlanta at Washington 6 Sabine 123 New Jersey at Cleveland 7. Weimar 10 3 Boston at Philadelphia Stanley Cup Playoff Schadule By The Aaaoclatad Prasa Division Samlfinals Bast of Fivs Wednesday s Gamas N Y Rangers at Philadelphia N Y Islanders at Washington Boston at Montreal Buffalo at Quebec Minnesota at St Louis Detroit at Chicago Los Angeles at Edmonton Calgary at Winnipeg Thursday s Gamas NY Rangers at Philadelphia N Y Islanders at Washington Boston at Montreal Buffalo at Quebec Minnesota at St Louis Detroit at Chicago Los Angeles at Edmonton Calgary at Winnipeg Extra-base hits Here are the extra base hits by local baseball players, with player, team. games, doubles triples, home runs and total extra base hits listed Player team    G    2B 3B HR T Bobby Tristan NS    15    7    I    4    12 Armando Martinez NB    15    3    2    5    IO Bret Cappleman. CHS    15    5    0    4    9 Troy Moss CHS    15    4    0    4    8 Ray Reyes SV    14    6    0    1    7 Wee Copenhave* SV    7    10 5    6 Ricky Gomez. NB    IS    5    0    0    5 Danny Hernandez. CHS    15    4    0    I Brad Campbell CHS    15    I    0    3 Eddie Cantu NB    15    4    0    0 Paul Pharr is SV    14    4    0    0 Chits Simons. SV    14    0    1    3 Ronnte Rittimann CHS    15    2    0    I Gary Edwards. CHS    15    2    0    0 Stave Gottardy. SV    14    I    OI Randy Riggs. CHS    15    I    IO Mike Wilson. SV    14    I    0    I Russell Hansmann NB    IS    0    I    0    I David Cadded NB    15    I    0    0    I Abel Ubaile SV    14    I    0    0    I Scott Wagner. CHS    15    0    0    I    I Pitching leaders Local pitchers with record and percentage Immumun two daemons! Pit char team W L Pct Ronnie Rittimann CHS 3 0 I OOO Armando Martinez NS 6 I 857 Brad Campbell. CHS 4 I BOO Bobby Tristan NB 4 2 667 Chits Simons. 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