New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 18, 1985, Page 6

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August 18, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas High school volleyball begins Page 7A August allstars dazzle 21 Ricky Gomez threw a fourhitter and struck out nine to lead New Braunfels to a 21 victory over in the first round of the Senior Babe Ruth World Series Saturday who will be a senior at New Braunfels High School this did a good job of placing and mixing his pitches in throwing a complete Only two Frederick runners reached as far as second base in the Both advanced in the sixth when the host team scored its Left fielder Jimmy Walker of San Marcos pushed New Braunfels into the lead with a linedrive homer to straightaway center field in the bottom of the Walkers which came on his first pitch from losing pitcher Jeff barely cleared the 355foot center field Frederick had tied the game at 11 in the top of the inning on a pair of After one third baseman Mike Win pegler singled off Gomez Gomez caught pinch hitter Don Bowen looking at a curveball for a but cleanup man Del Ahalt ripped a double down the leftfield line to score Gomez came back to fool right fielder Ron Bruchy with another curveball to end the New Braunfels scored its first run in the third after Danny Hernandez led off the inning with a double down the left field With one Hernandez advanced to third on a wild pitch by One out Dennis Walker reached on an infield single to deep scoring New Braunfels stranded six runners in the putting runners on base in every in ning and managing six hits off an 18 yearold veteran of World Series Walker went with his homer and a secondinning New Braunfels put runners on first and second in the second but Gomez struck out to end the The allstars did not put two runners on base Gomez gave New Braunfels a scare in the throwing seven straight balls to start the He walked catcher Brad Ahalt on four straight then fell behind pinch hitter John Fowler 30 before coaxing a popup to short rightcenter i I i i i i i i i s K fe 1 1 Rector putts Friday in the City Junior Championship Rector wins Junior Golf LESLIE KRIEWALDTHERALDZEITUNG Rector shot a 6overpar 78 Friday to win the 16 and over division of the New Braunfels Junior Golf Steve Perez finished four shots back at Jerry Perez won the 15year old division with an 11over David Anton finished three shots back at John Vollbrecht won the 14year old division with an with Bryan Parker three shots back at Charlie Starnes won the 11 13 division with a It was the third year in a row that Starnes has won age Adrian Gonzales finished three strokes back at In the 6hole ages 810 Ryan Acker shot a 38 to take first It was his third victory in a row in his age Randy Walker and Rauan Adams tied for second place with scores of Shelley Acker won the lholes girl division with a Results Here ate the results Horn Fridays New Junnior Golt Championships 16 and above Sieve Bart Wynn Gteg IS Jeny David Anton Michael Gonzales Mike Rector 39 4786 50 4191 51 4797 41 78 388 50101 53117 3883 14 John Vollbrecht Bryan Parker Albert Flores 1113 9 holes Charlie Starnes Adrian Gonzales Mate Huntet Rustm Adanis Btett Doett Chtis Ray Dean Smith 810 6 holes Ryati Acket Rauan Adams Randy Walker Jason Statnes Girls 16 holes Shelley Acket AngieEickel 42 4284 44 4387 59 51110 SMU alumni cited as reason for suspension DALLAS AP Harry a football player for Southern Methodist in the early summed up his schools current probation pickle candidly I sure hope the Lord gives us some real strong SMU was stung by a threeyear probation on Friday and the crudest blow of all from the NCAA besides no bowls and no television was zero football scholarships in 1986 and only 15 in The Mustangs signed only 15 freshmen this The critical season for SMUs proud program will be SMU will lose 19 scholarship seniors which would leave the Mustangs with only 67 players on scholarship if there is no other attrition and 15 of them would be NCAA rules allow a maximum of 30 football scholar ships each year and a total of Even division 1AA schools would have more scholarship players 70 in 1987 than SMU goes into the 1985 season as the second winningest team in the nation the last three But there could be some hard times for the Mustangs in just three seasons as they pay the price for their sixth probation since oneshort of Wichita States record seven The once are being cited for drawing the NCAAs Its been that way since In an oilman gave Abilene High School halfback Glynn Gregory a job after the player signing with The Mustangs received a oneyear probation without In a private airplane from an alumnus was used by several prospective In SMU barred two athletic which were heavymoneyed from helping out the school after the Mustangs were put on This the NCAA ordered that SMU shall make every reasonable effort to ensure that outside representatives of the universitys athletic interests are not engaged in any activities related to the recruitment of prospective SMU President Donald Shields has responded by taking steps against several disassociating them from future involvment in the universitys in tercollegiate athletic Last Athletic Director Bob Hitch saw the storm approaching and barred SMU boosters from the lockerroom after Its the same old song for just another The alumni are hard to control at the private university sitting on a hilltop in the wealthy Highland Park section of Alumni and even some nonSMU graduates scramble to see who can have the most influence on the Mustang An example is an inscription written to Tex Trammell thanking him for his donations to the SMU weight room at Ownby In in in appreciation for his acts of generosity that helped make possible these weight and practice In businessoriented talk about such acts to help the Mustang football team can make impressive cocktail party The NCAA cited a booster giving a prospective athlete cash to come to The father of the athlete also got a job and a rentfree The prospect later got a per month living allowance and the father for living Recruiting has suffered at SMU the last two years because of the NCAA investigation which lasted 26 Coach Bobby who is under an administrative order not to comment until a news conference on Mon said two weeks ago No doubt weve lost a lot of A lot of them eliminated us It has hurt our program so There is no way anyone will ever know how He added A loss of scholarships could be devastating to a In three if he stays at SMU that Collins will know just how Experienced Bears may rebound but schedule will make it tough WACO AP Just when everybody forgets about the Baylor they come out of hibernation and claw their way into the Cotton Bowl or some other postseason Count 10 over Grant Teaff and hell spring the classic Recall The Miracle of the Brazos in 1974 now in his 14th season at coached his Bears to their first ever Cotton Bowl that In 1979 he took them to the Peach then hoisted the Green and Gold colors in the Cotton Bowl again in In the Bears were in the Bluebonnet The Bears dropped to 56 last year but look out in They are being ignored again by the preseason pickers and thats when Teaff has If Baylor can survive a rough in tersectional slate of Georgia and Southern the Bears could take a big bite out of some of their SWC Last year we had Brigham Young and Oklahoma to open the season and it took us until midseason to SWC Baylor Bears said By the end of the year we werent a bad football the Bears closed with a thorough 2410 thrashing of the Texas were faced with the challenge of a tough early schedule said I believe well handle it a little better this The Bears return 47 including nine starters on offense and seven on We return virtually everybody on the offensive line and in the defensive said we have a good group of linebackers and running And the quar terbacking should be Cody Carlson and Tom Muecke give the Bears a solid 12 punch at Teaff will see they both get equal playing Carlson missed three games wih a groin injury last year but still completed 50 of 111 He had six touchdown Muecke had 10 touchdown passes and completed 97 of 213 The Bears will drop the I For mation and split their backs to enhance a passoriented the Bears willhave to improve Running back Ron Francis has been moved to cornerback and made a tremendous showing in spring Blocked punt return with left gives Oilers win over New Orleans NEW ORLEANS AP Mike AJkiu returned a blocked punt 17 yards for a touchdown with remaining to give the Houston Oilers a 2320 victory over the New Orleans Saints in a National Football League preseason game Saturday It was the first Oiler victory after losing two exhibition games by a total of five New Orleans is 11 in Rookie New Orleans punter Steve was punting from the Saints 40 when Jeff Donaldson broke through and blocked Afcu picked it of on the rw at the 17yajrdtine and took it Warren going almost three full led the Oiler offense in both rushing and Moon finished his evenings work 11201 for 200 yards passing and he rushed six times for 50 yards before giving way to Oliver Luck late in the third Houstons first score came on a 73 yard pass from Moon to wide receiver Tini Smith just into the Joe Cooper kicked a 32yard field goal for the Oilers and Moon hit Chris Dressel on a 2yard scoring pass in the third All of New Orleans scoring came off the leadership of quarterbacks Dave Wilson and Richard Each rifled one touchdown pass and each led drives that ended with Morten Andersen field Andersen missed his third try from 60 yards on the final play of the who hit tight end Hobie Brenner for a 30yard touch down pass in the first quarter and he also engineered a drive to a 38yard field goal by after a Shaky start in the second led New Orleans on 69 yard touchdown drive in the third capping it with a 2yard scoring pass to fullback Bobby Cowboys 27 Chargers OT SAN PIEOO AP curias Septic kicked a Wyard field goal in overtime to give Uje Cowboys 9 2734 victory oyjr San Diego Saturday in League exhibition Septiens kick came four plays after Dextor Clinkscale intercepted a pass and returned it 16 yards to the Septien missed a 39yard field goal after the Cowboys drove to the Chargers 21 on the opening possession of The kick sailed wide left after Tom Raffertys snap to holder Gary Hogeboom was Quarterback Danny White moved DaJls wito position for the kick with tW9 compfettons to tight end Doug iocludtag a 27yarder to the San Diego 28 on third and White went out with an arm injury one play before the gamewinning kick after being sacked by San Diegos Linden Whites condition was not known immediately after the In other NFL exhibition games it was Indianapolis Chicago 13 Cincinnati New York Jets 20 Cleveland Philadelpha 14 Atlanta Tampa Bay 17 New York Giants Green Bay 2 Miami Buffalo 17 Minnesota Pitt sburgh 34 and New England Kansas City ;