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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Outdoors 10A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Thursday, April 18,1985 Philly whips Bullets PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Moses not only shoots and rebounds, but he talks. Honest. Moses Malone, whose loudest post-game remark this season has been a grunt, was in good voice after leading the Philadelphia 76ers to victory over the Washington Bullets last night. Malone scored 26 points, had six steals and five assists as the 76ers beat the Bullets 104-97 to take a 1-0 lead in their opening round best-of-five National Basketball Association series. Usually, the 6-foot-10 Malone leans his 255-pound body against his locker and turns away all questioners after games. But last night he was almost verbose. “We struggled but we showed our determination,” said Malone of the game which the 76ers broke open with seven consecutive points after Washington took a 93-92 lead with 4:21 to play. “Washington has big workhorses,” he said of the Bullets’ front line, which held him to only five rebounds. “It’s going to be tough and we’ve got to be good defensively. We’ve got to play hard at all times.” The victory was the 76ers’ first playoff triumph at home since the second game of the 1983 championship series against the Los Angeles Lakers. They were defeated three times at home last season by New Jersey en route to first-round elimination. Five of the NBA’s eight first-round series open tonight, with last year’s championship opponents expected to breeze into the second round. The Boston Celtics, attempting to become the first team since the 1968-69 Celtics to successfully defend an NBA title, open at home against Cleveland. Boston posted the best regular-season record at 63-19, while Cleveland, 36-46 during the season, enters the 16-team playoffs with the worst record. Meanwhile, on the West Coast, the Phoenix Suns provide the opposition as the Los Angeles Lakers look for a berth in the championship finals for the fourth straight year. Lakers Coach Pat Riley, a player with LA’s 1972 champions, an assistant coach with the 1980 champs and head coach of the 1983 winners, has a good feeling heading into the best-of-five clash with the Suns. “I think we’re focused now,” he said. ‘‘I think the team is older now, and we’ve benefited from what happened in the past.”Fishing report Moses Malone What happened in the past two seasons were final-round losses to Philadelphia and Boston, respectively, in the championship series. Other series which open tonight have New Jersey at Detroit, San Antonio at Denver and Portland at Dallas. On Friday, Chicago calls on Milwaukee and Utah is at Houston. Brewers hand Tigers their first loss; Astros, Texas lose in extra innings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Detroit Tigers won’t go 9-0 — like they did in 1984. And Manager Sparky Anderson insists they won’t go 35-5 — like they did in 1984. But that doesn’t mean they won’t repeat as world champions — in 1985. Just when the American League East was starting to fret about another Detroit runaway, the Milwaukee Brewers slowed things down Wednesday by nipping the previously unbeaten Tigers 2-0 behind the two-hit pitching of Danny Darwin. The 1984 Tigers didn’t lose until their 10th game. The 1985 edition only went 6-0 before succumbing. So? “This is a better club than 1984, I’ll answer that for you right now,” Anderson said. “I can’t even compare the two; this team is just better. But in the American League East you’d better be better.” Darwin, who lasted just 4 2-3 innings in his first start, walked one and struck out two in besting Detroit ace Jack Morris, who scattered six hits.Blue Jays 3 Rangers 1 Jesse Barfield smashed a three- Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6.30 pm — Hockey, USA. 7 pm - Basketball NBA pleyoH flames, WTBS Local sports FRIDAY 4 30 pm - Baseball:    Canyon at Fredericksburg. 7 30 p m - Baseball Smithson Valley at Floresville 7pm- Baseball New Braunfels at Hays SATURDAY Track: Datnct 13-4A track meet, Unicorn Stadium Track District 27-3A track meet, Ranger Stadium NBA playoffs By The Associated Press First Round (Best of Five! EASTERN CONFERENCE Boston (11 vs. Cleveland (ll Today's Game Cleveland at Boston Milwaukee (21 vs. Chicaflo (7) Friday's Game Chicago at Milwaukee Philadelphia 131 vs. Washington (6) Wednesday's Game Phrfadelphia 104. Washington 97, Philadelphia leads series I -0 Detroit (4) vs. New Jersey (El Today's Game New Jersey at Detroit WESTERN CONFERENCE L Jk. Lakers (11 vs. Phoenix (SI Today's Game Phoenix at L.A. Lakers Denver (2) vs San Antonio (7) Today's Game San Antonio at Denver Houston (3) va. Utah lf I Friday's Game Utah at Houston Dallas (Al vs. Portland (6) Today'a Game Portland at Dallas NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs By The Associated Frees Division Finale (Best of Seven) SERIES I Today'a Game Quebec at Montreal SERIES J Today's Game N Y. Islanders at Philadelphia SERIES K Today's Game Minnesota at Chicago SERIES L Today's Game Winnipeg st Edmonton Conference Finals (Boat-of-Seven) N Y. teienders-Phiiedeiphta winner vs. Mon trealQuebec winner    __ M mrieeota-Chicago winner vs. Winnipeg Edmonton winner American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Detroit............... 6    1    857    — Baltimore    5    2    714    I Milwaukee............ 5    2    714    I Boston .............4    4    SOO    2* Toronto .............. 4    4    500    2* New York............. 3    3    500    2* Cleveland............1    6    143    5 West Division Seattle ............ 6    3    667 Oakland.............. 5    4    556    I California............ 4    4    500    1W Chicago.............. 3    3    500    1 Vi Kansas City :........ 3    4    429    2 Minnesota ............ 2    6    250    3 Vi Texas................1    6    143    4 Wednesday's Games Baltimore 6, Cleveland 3 Milwaukee 2. Detroit 0 Toronto 3, Texas 1,10 innings Oakland 8, Seattle 4 California 4, Minnesota 3 Kansas City 6. Boston I Today s Games Chicago (Bannister 0-11 at New York (Rasmussen 0-11 California I John 0-11 at Minnesota (Schrom 0 11 Baltimore (Davis 0-0) at Cleveland (Biyleven 0 0) Texas (Tanana 0-11 at Toronto (Stieb 0-11 Boston (Boyd 2-0) at Kansas City (Black I I i m run homer off reliever Dave Stewart in the bottom of the 10th after Texas had broken open a scoreless game in the top of the inning on Toby National League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Division W L Pct GB- Chicago.............. 7    1    875    — New York............7    I    875    — Montreal ............. 3    4    429    3 Vi Pittsburgh ............3    5    375    4 St Louis.............. 2    5    286    4Vi Philadelphia .........1    7    125    6 West Division San Diego ............ 4    3    571    - Los Angeles ......... 5    4    556 Atlanta .............. 4    4    500    Vi Cincinnati............ 4    4    500    Vi Houston.............. 4    5    444    I San Francisco.......... 3    4    429    I Wednesday's games Chicago 5. Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati 6. Atlanta 1 New York IO. Pittsburgh 6 Montreal 2. St. Louis 1 Los Angeles I, Houston 0,11 innings Today's Games Montreal (Rogers 0-1) at St Louis (Kepshire 0-11 Los Angeles (Valenzuela I I) at San Diego (Thurmond 0-0 San Francisco (Krukow OO) at Cincinnati (Tibbs 0-21, (n)_ Harrah’s bases-loaded sacrifice fly off Bill Caudill. Texas knuckleball Charlie Hough allowed three hits in 8 1-3 innings while Toronto’s Jimmy Key yielded four in 6 2-3.Dodgers 1 Astros 0 Mike Marshall singled to score Mariano Duncan from second base with two out in the lith inning, boosting Los Angeles over Houston. Duncan led off the lith with a single and was sacrificed to second by Bill Russell. After Ken l.andreaux struck out, Pedro Guerrero was walked intentionally. Marshall, who had fanned in his previous three at-bats, then singled to score Duncan with the only run of the game.Cubs 5 Phillies 4 Keith Moreland atoned for three errors with a three-run, seventh-inning double that led Chicago over Philadelphia.Reds 6 Braves 1 Nick Esasky smashed three hits and drove in two runs and Tom Browning scattered six hits to lead Cincinnati over Atlanta. Track bests Here ars tbs top performances for local athletes in the maior track events this spring. Times ere for finals only; field events include preliminaries and finale Each team or individual is listed only once Bove 3.200 meters MikePeyne, NB.................. 9 52 04 Hector Hernandez. NB.............1015 30 Efren Maldonado. NB.............. 10:26 23 Eutimo Togo, SV................. 10 54 84 Abel UbaUe. SV.................. 10 58.82 Clerk Hamlet, SV................. 11:53 00 400 relay New Braunfels.................... 43 BO Canyon ......................... 43 82 Smithson Valley ................... 45 56 •OO meters Eutimo Tngo, SV.................. 2 06 38 Bruce Letbetier. SV................ 2    09 20 Brett Trutlender, SV................211 00 110 hurdles Scott Balmos, SV...................16 90 lOOmetera David DaLamoa, NB ................10    70 Staphan Millen, NB .................11    20 400 metera Albert Natal. CHS...................51 OO Ben Garcia, CHS....................51.57 Brian Row, CHS....................51.76 Jim McMurray, SV.................. 52 71 Mike Bankston, SV.................. 54 60 300 hurdles Kavm Walk ar, NB ..................41 65 Jerry Delp, SV..................... 42 89 Randy Long, NB.................... 43 44 200 meters Stephen Millen, NB ................. 22 40 Jerry Delp, SV.....................2312 Gilbert Natal. CHS ..................2314 David DeLemoa, NB................. 23 28 Greg Mosier. SV....................24.30 1,800 metere Mike Payne, NB...................4:3617 1.600 relay Canyon.........................3:24.11 Smithson Valley .................. 3 36 21 Shot put Kraig Krause, NS...................64-3* Mike Sullivan, NB..................51-Oft Chria Gentry, SV.....................43-6 Discus Bren Fey, NB......................148-0 Kraig Krauae, NB ................146-10* Marc Heymenn, CHS ................136-0 Pole vault Kenan Ikela, NB  ....................14-0 John Bryan, NB.....................13-0 Kody Smith, CHS....................11-8 Long jump Stephen Millen. NB  .............21 3 Vi Ben Garcia, CHS ................... 20-7 Crag Mosier, SV.....................19-9 John McKinney, NB...............19-41-4 High jump Todd Bank*, CHS.....................6-0 B. Fey, NS..........................OO John Bryan, NB .....................6-10 Soon Baimos, SV.....................6-8 Bruce Letbener, SV...................6-8 Mike Echt, SV .......................64 Okie 3.200 meters Carolyn Rice, SV.................12:16    88 Connie Sendejo, CHS .............12:29.30 400 relay Smithson Valley . -................. 63    06 New Braunfels.....................64.32 Canyon .......................... 54    37 800 metere Rhonda Leuck, CMS ............... 2:33    99 LeRae Fischer, NB  ..............2:39.30 Nancy Barganier, CHS..............2:41.86 Kim Mocker), SV.................. 2:46    68 100 hurdlss Kim Wagnar. SV............ 1593 Renata Rittimann, CHS....... ........17 67 IOO mstsrs Leslie McCoy, SV........... ....... 14 25 800 relay Canyon ................... 1:62.90 Smithson Valley ............ I 5341 400 mstsre Kim Huntaucker, SV......... 60 79 Nancy Token, CHS ......... 60 95 Shatyrin McCoy, SV......... ........61 31 Virginia Hildebrand, NB ...... ........ 63 36 Kelly Wright, NB ........... ........ 65 01 Dorothy Garcia. CHS ........ ........ 65 33 Cheryl Parker, SV........... ........ 67 44 200 mstsrs Emily May, CHS............ 28 13 1.800 mstsrs Carolyn Rica, SV........... 5 36 57 Connie Sendejo. CHS ....... 5:42.90 Christina Villalobos. NB ..... 6 03 65 1 .BOO relay Canyon Smithton Valley ........4 1387 Shot put Lim McKmna, NB ...... 3611* Michelle Butler NB ____ 32 5 34 Yvonne Mesa NB 31 I Donna Wink lei NB 3010 Discus LM McKmms, NB 102 IO Vt Michelle Buttal. NB 963 Backy Dally SV 89 IO Triple jump Shaly no McCoy. SV 362 Jane Chafm, NB.......... ......... 33 2* Long jump Jane Chafm, NB ........1*3 34 Kim Wagner SV 16-6 Shalynn McCoy. SV 1*0 14 High jump Leslie McCoy. 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BROWNWOOD: Water clear, 62 degrees, two feet low; black bass good to four pounds in shallow water on buzz baits and spinners; striper good to four pounds; crappie excellent to 40 fish per string; white bass slow; catfish good to 18 pounds in Thunderbird Bay on trotline with live bait. BUCHANAN: Water clear, 62 degrees, seven feet low; black bass good to five pounds on cranks; striper good to eight pounds on jigs with yellow grubs trolling in 20 feet of water; white bass good with stringers to IOO fish on Skipjack topwaters: crappie slow; catfish good to I Mi pounds on trotline, some yellow catfish on upper end. CANYON: Water clear, 5* feet low; black bass and smallmouth bass good to two pounds on chartreuse spinners and perch colored cranks, motoroil worms; striper fair to 27 pounds on Redfins off points, crappie fair at night, poor during day; white bast good early on topwaters in coves. FAYETTE: Water clear, 72 degrees, four inches low; black bass good to nine pounds on black worms crappie slow; blue catfish good to 49 pounds; channel catfish good LIMESTONE Water clearing 70 degrees normal level; bleck bass fair to six pounds on spinners, lizards, striper slow; crappie fair; white bass very good to 100 fish per string on L ii George, speck rigs slab spoons: catfish tan to six pounds. SOMERVILLE Water clear, 70 degrees, normal level; bleck bess slow, striper fair to seven pounds crappie good to 10 fish per stringer, white bass fair to eight fish per stringer; catfish slow WHITNEY Water clear 63 degrees normal level; black bass slow, striper slow to 23 pounds on Long A. white bass good to 150 fish per string on minnows, crappie slow: yellow catfish fair to 18 * pounds on trotline with minnows NORTH TEXAS BOB SANDLIN Water clear, 72 degrees normal level, bleck bass good to nine pounds on bleck worms with blue tail. crappie fairly good on minnows in IO feet of water to 19 fish per string catfish good on bloodbait and small perch BRIDGEPORT Water murky. 70 degrees 6* feet low: black bess fair to six pounds on white spinners with copper willowiest blades striper fair to three pounds on minnows up river; crappie beginning to spawn with catches to 80 fish white bass fair catfish good to 26 pounds on trotline baited with goldfish CADDO Water clear 58 degrees, normal level, bleck bess fan to three pounds on Beetle Spins crappie good to I * pounds on live minnows white bass good to 12 fish per string to 2* pounds on live crawfish trolling in river catfish good on hotline to three pounds at night CEDAR CREEK Water clear 63 degrees normal level black bess slow to 8 pounds on black lizards hybrid striper good m open water and in major creeks crappie good m 15 18 feet of water white bess very good on surface and trolling to 60 fish per string, catfish slow CYPRESS SPRINGS Water clear 64 degrees normal level bleck bess fair to 7* pounds on Rattraps Rogue end Redfin* in 2 6 feet of water crappie tex to IOO fish per stung in 30 feet of water cattish good vt 15 feet of water to tour pounds on minnows FORK Water clear, 72 degrees five feet tow bleck bast good to 8 pounds on lizards and topwatars. a ap pie good to 60 fish per stung in IO feet of water under budges catfish slow tome blue cattish on tropine LAKE O THE PINES Water clear 7b degrees nine inches high. bleck bass slow to 5 Vt pounds on Billy Bees lures and worms, hybrid striper fair on cranks to 3 Vt pounds crappie slow catfish fairly good to 19 pounds on hotline bream starting to bed MARTIN CREEK: Water dear, 69 degrees, normal level; black base spotty; striper alow; crappie fair; yellow catfish good to 34 pounds on trotline. MONTICELLO: Water clear, B2 degrees, normal level; black baas good to nine pounds, 10 ounces on black and chartreuse spinners; crappie good; bream excellent; catfish good to 50 pounds. MOSS LAKE: Water clear, 60 degrees, normal level; black bass good to six pounds on spinners; crappie slow; catfish fairly alow. MURVAUL: Water clear, 70 degrees, normal level; black bass good to three pounds in good numbers on Rogue and topwaters to nine pounds, nine ounces on lizards, crappie fairly alow in deep water; bream picking up in covet to 26 fish per string; catfish picking up drifting to eight pounds on grubs, yellow catfish good to 62 pounds on trotline in upper end of creek RAY HUBBARD: Water clear, normal level, black bass good to six pounds on lizard*: striper slow: crappie good in shallow water to 20 fish per stringer on minnows; white bass excellent averaging 250 fish per boat at Robertton Park; catfish fair to 1 * pounds drifting on shrimp TAWAKONI: Water clear, normal level, black bass good to six pounds on topwatar, spinners and worms: striper good on slabs. Hellbenders; crappie picking up around docks, some in creeks; white bass fair; catfish fair TEXOMA Water murky, 61 degrees, near normal level black bass fair on Willow Hog spinners and black fliptail lizards, striper good to 18 pounds on live ban; crappie slow, white bass ♦air on ghosts minnows and Bayou Boogies catfish good to 35 pounds on any bait SOUTHEAST CONROE Water slightly off color, 73 degrees one foot low, black bass fair to good crappie good at night in 20 feet of water white bass good to 10O fish per string, catfish fair on trotline to six pounds grass carp excellent in baited holes HOUSTON COUNTY Water clear 60 degrees normal level black bass good to seven pounds on black worms, lizards, purple worms RatLtrpas and metatftake strawberry worms bream good to 50 per string, crappie good striper fair catfish good to 25 pounds on trotline LIVINGSTON Water clear, 72 degrees normal level black bass first to good to 7 pounds in shallow water on white spinners and black worms striper fair to 5* pounds in lake good to 22 pounds below dam. white bass picking up in lake to 95 fish per boat per day on white slabs spoons or yellow slabs crappie slow yellow catfish good to 78 pounds blue catfish good to 35 pounds, channel catfish good to 5* pounds, averaging to three pounds RAYBURN Water clear one foot above pool level bleck bass fair to eight pounds on Rogues in shallow water hybrid and white bess good striper slow crappie picking up in shallow water and baited holes yellow cattish good to 37 pounds on trotline channel cattish good rod and reel to five pounds TOLEDO BENO Water clear normal level black bass taw to 2 ’i pounds on worms Rogues rn shallow water striper good to 26 pounds trolling river with big Redfins crappie ta* in 16 feet of water trolling jigs white bass good to 45 fish per stringer near dam SOUTH BRAUNIG Water murky. 70 degrees normal level black bass slow striper excellent to 11 pounds on Chicken hver shrimp shad and spoons radish fair to IO pounds avarage large 15 pounds crappie stow cattish real good to eight pounds on trotline CALAVERAS Water clear 72 degrees normal level black bass good to 8 Vs pounds on worms striper law to I '-a pounds on silver spoons yellow cattish good to 43 pounds on Map«a COLE T0 CREEK Water muddy, 70 degrees normal »aval black bass poor striper stow crappie slow yellow cattish excellent to 37 pounds blue cattish good to 9 W pounds MEDINA Water clear 30 feet low Mack bass law good to six pounds, averaging three pounds striper slow crappie good et night between Goat Hill and Bob ■ Camp white bess good at Mammon s Bob s Devils Kitchen catfish good to 15 pounds on hotline 10.25% (COMPOUNDED DAILY) 14 Year CD, 01,000 — OOO,OOO. 9.40% 182-364 Day CD, $1,000 — 0OO,OOO. 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