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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Derby winner may skip Page 8A Sports HeraldZtitiiitg May 1 9b5 8A Longhorns regain 1 spot in poll AP Texas has climbed back to where it was nearly three months before it had played a baseball game this year 1 in the ESPNCollegiate Baseball newspaper The moved back atop the heap on the strength of 16 straight including a dozen in a row to close their Southwest Conference regular season with their yJlth crown in 70 They ousted which fell to sixth after three losses last Still in second place is 37 which clinched the Pacific10 Conferences southern division title with three games In third is followed by and Oklahoma in 7 is 489 Oral is eighth Louisiana ninth and 4211 Top 20 API The lop 20 collegiate baseball learns as cornpilorj Collegiate Baseball with records through Sunday and total Points are based on strength of returning yoting by sports writers and spofts information directors Record Pts Michigan g Oklahoma Slate 498 495 494 490 48131 187 5212 Oklahoma 489 Oral Roberts Louisiana State 4211 Mississippi Florida State Fresno State 7 Old Dominion 3920 3714 469 3415 3920 486 483 481 479 475 474 472 469 465 462 460 459 455 452 448 Rounding out the top 20 Mississippi 4212 Florida 5019 3713 Fresno 3717 4318 3920 3714 Old 469 and Two more high school baseball prospects signed with Texas Coach Cliff Gustafson on the day the poll was The recruits are center fielder Steve Davis of Piano East and shortstop Craig Newkirk of Galveston That brings to nine the number of prospects who have chosen Davis is hitting this season with 11 home and Newkirk is hitting If we dont lose them all to the Id have to consider it one of the top ones recruiting classes weve ever Gustafson said But if we even keep six of the I think we will have done Free swinging The pressures off the New Braunfels Unicorns and center fielder David Caddell above in tonights 730 gome against Hays at Unicorn Lockhart whipped the Rebels 111 assuring the Unicorns of a playoff DERYL berth no matter what the outcome of tonights In other local baseball action Canyon tries to wrap up a 100 district record at home against while Smithson Valley travels to Supportless DeLeon falls again RuTHF FRANKLAYDEN at a time DOUGMOE needs one more Blazers face elimination By 7 HE ASSOCIATED PRESS Theres only one way to overcome a 31 disadvantage in a bestofseven says Utah Coach Frank Take it one game at a I dont think you look at three Layden said before meeting the Denver Nuggets tonight in Game 5 at McNichols You look at You go there and try to win Then they have to come back here to Salt Lake City and you try to win one You cant start wishing your life thinking of three The whose rally from 24 points back against the Nuggets fell in the final minute Sunday will be eliminated from the Western Conference semifinals if they lose Were in a hole and there are only two things we can said forward Thud Get out of it or go And we dont want to go home Tonights other Western Con ference semifinal has Portland at Los Angeles to meet the who lead the series On Detroit is at The winner of that tied at faces a 40 winner over in the Eastern Conference The DenverUtah series could also have been tied 22 as the Jazz reduced a 6238 Denver lead to one point with 30 seconds It was a great game for Nuggets Coach Doug Moe when youre up 31 you feel pretty good but you cant It takes four games to if we do advance to the next we need some Wed certainly like to finish it The series started with Utahs 7 foot4 defensive Mark out with torn knee But the injury lists have evened The Nuggets Dan Issel played Sunday although his right ring finger was in a plastic He sank a crucial 22foot bank shot in the final putting Denver ahead by three Issel is listed as probable for Game but point guard Lafayette Lever is He underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Monday night and a team I dont think you look at three You look at You go there and try to win Then they have to come back here to Salt Lake City and you try to win one You cant start wishing your life thinking of three Utah Coach Frank Layden spokesman said he would be sidelined seven to 10 days even if no major damage was Lever had been a standout averaging 17 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the first three games before he hyperextended his left knee at the close of Game Rookie Willie White will start in his Portland stayed alive Sunday with a 115107 victory over the their first loss in seven playoff Weve won one game so we have a chance to win guard Jim Paxson One thing that im presses you about the Lakers is that they bounce back The Lakers have won 21 straight games at the The 76ers are happy to have a week off to nurse some aches and The rest also will allow us to regroup Coach Billy Cunningham Its very difficult to sustain that peak We have to begin building to another Despite acknowledging that the 76ers would get a home court ad vantage if Detroit beats Philadelphia center Moses Malone It doesnt matter who we As long as we prepare well be all By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jose DeLeon continues to remain an enigma to himself and to the Pittsburgh I finally get a lead and there it goes without anybody even hitting the DeLeon said after his wildness allowed the San Francisco Giants to rally past the Pirates 75 Monday The loss dropped DeLeon to 05 this He has dropped 14 of 15 games over the past two years despite several sparkling outings during that The major problem hes encountered has been a lack of When he went last season Pittsburgh was shut out in six of the losses and scored just one run in five other When the Pirates gave DeLeon a 32 lead goinj into the sixth inning against San it was the first time he had been in front this But who struck out nine in the first five allowed the first five batters to reach base in the three on as the Giants scored four times for a 63 Jose has all the stuff in the world you have to in order to strike out nine in five innings but he got a lead and he was too too said PIRATES The loss dropped Pittsbrughs Jose DeLeon to 05 this He has dropped 14 of 15 games over the past two years despite several sparkling outings during that Pirates Manager Clvck Dodgers Cubs 4 Mike Sciosria UHtcd a tworun in the ninth to send the garne into extra and an error by rookie shortstop Shawon Duriston enabled Angeles to score the tiebreaking run in the 10th at Wrigley Candy Maldonado singled off Ray to start the 10th and took third on a single by Ken Pedro Guerrero then hit a grounder that skipped past allowing Maldonado to Mike Marshall bounced an RBI single past Chicagos drawnin infield to make it Ron Cey homered for the Cubs to lead off the bottom of the Ken got the vic Cardinals Padres 2 Willie McGee wont including two to lead hust Louis over Pan McGees second double was a runscoring during a fourrun fifth The Cardinals overcame a 20 deficit in the fifth against Kric Ronkie Vince Coleman singled with one out and then stole his 18th and 19th bases of the Andy Van Slyke tripled home and ijerr cracked a double that tied it One out McCee lined his second double to send Louis and Terry Pendleton capped the rally with another RBI Danny went eightplus innings for the House resolution honors Unicorns The Texas House of Represen tatives has passed a resolution honoring the 1984 New Braunfels volleyball House Resolution written and sponsored by Edmund Kuempel congratulated the team on its 259 season record and on reaching the state The resolution passed the House on Team members were Kelly Jana Sabrina San Rhonda Linda Dana Heather Lisa Kim Michele Doeppenschmidt and Donna The team was coached by Claudia Perry and Patsy That the House of Representatives of the State of 69th congratulate the the New Braunfels Unicorns on a wellplayed 1984 season and wish these student athletes success in the both on and off the the resolution New Braunfels went through its EDMUND KUEMPEL resolution district schedule then beat South San Gregory Brownsville Pace and Beaumont South Park in the The Unicorns fell to Monahans in the state NB Blue team remains unbeaten State tennis LESLIE New Braunfels Leigh Ann Forney will play in the state tennis tournament beginning Friday morning at the University of Texas Intramural The semifinals will be at and the finals at 11 on Forney finished second at the regional tournament last week The New Braunfels Blue soccer team seventh straight victory with a 20 decision over the Northwest Gold on After a scoreless first the Blue broke through in the second half on a 15yard shot by Craig Midway through the second striker Leonard Lagunas assured the victory with his Htb goal of the The aggressive play of Chan Clark Ken Kuehler and goalie Peter Garza preserved the shutout for the team the Blue meets the New Braunfels Astros at 2 at the The public is in The Blue team forms the basis for the proposed New Brauafels Hkh School
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