New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 23, 1985, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 8A New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Friday, August 23,1985 Angels limp past Yanks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Boone knew he could get a hit. He just wasn’t sure he could make it to first base. ' I figured I’d better be careful,” Boone, who did not start because of a pulled groin muscle, said Thursday night after a pinch-single with two outs rn the bottom of the ninth inning drove in the winning run as the California Angels cooled off the New York Yankees 3-2. Boone’s hit scored Bobby Grich from second bast and helped to somewhat offset frustrating losses for the Angels in the first two games of the series. The single also snapped the Yankees’ seven-game winning streak. The victory kept the first-place Angels I games ahead of Kansas City in the American League West, while the Yankees dropped 34 games behind AL East-leading Toronto, which was idle. Cardinals 2, Astros 1 Houston took a 1-0 lead and Joe Niekro took a four-hitter into the ninth inning, but St. Louis rallied for two runs with the help of two walks, an error and a balk to stay one-half game behind first-place New York in the East. Niekro had retired 13 straight batters going into the ninth, but Tommy Herr opened the inning by reaching first on an error by first baseman Glenn Davis. With Jack Clark at bat, Niekro was replaced by reliever Dave Smith. Smith, the second of four Houston pitchers in the inning, struck out Clark, but Herr went to second on a balk and pinch-hitter Tito Landrum walked against losing reliever Jeff Calhoun, 2-1. Red Sox 8, Rangers 4 Rookie Mike Trujillo, making his fourth major-league start, pitched eight good innings as Boston broke a six-game losing streak. The victory was just the second in 13 games for the Red Sox. Trujillo, 3-2, shut out Texas for seven innings before giving up two runs in the eighth. The Rangers touched reliever Bob Stanley for two more runs in the ninth. “My control was pretty good,” Trujillo said after throwing only 92 pitches and walking none. Royals 7, White Sox 3 Willie Wilson, rebounding from a neck injury that forced him to miss Wednesday night’s game, tripled and scored in the first inning and then lined a two-run triple that capped a sixth-inning rally and led Kansas City over Chicago. Tigers 5, A's 3 Darrell Evans hit the first pitch of the 13th inning for his 28th home run of the season and Lance Parrish added an RBI single that carried Detroit over host Oakland. Mariners 4, Orioles 0 Matt Young broke a six-game losing streak with a five-hit shutout, and Phil Bradley drove in three runs with a homer and a double. Pirates 5, Reds 1 Pittsburgh, winning consecutive series for the first time this season, defeated Cincinnati as Rick Rhoden pitched eight innings of shutout ball and singled home a run. One of the hits Rhoden allowed was a single to Pete Rose, leaving him 13 hits short of breaking Ty Cobb’s career record of 4,191. Cubs 3, Braves 2 Chicago handed Atlanta its ninth loss in IO games when Thad Bosley broke a 2-2 tie with a pinch-hit homer leading off the ninth inning against Rick Camp. American League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Toronto .......... 74    46    617 New York    70    49    b88    3H Detr°'t.............. 65    55    542    9 Baltimore    62    56    525    11 Boston....... 58    SI    487    15H Milwaukee    55    62    470    17’r, Cleveland    40    79    336    33’y West Division California    69    52    570 Kansas City    66    52    559    I ’r Oakland    63    58    521    6 Chicago    58    59    496    9 Seattle    57    64    471    12 Minnesota    53    66    445    15 Texas ......... 44    75    370    24 Thursday's Games Boston 8, Texas 4 Kansas City 7, Chicago 3 California 3 New York 2 Seattle 4 Baltimore 0 Detroit 5 Oakland 3 Today’s Games Toronto (Filer 6-0 and Musselman 3-0* at Chicago (Burns 13 7 and Nelson 7 7), 2, it n Milwaukee (Cocanower 3 2' at Cleveland (Wardle 4-5), In) Minnesota (Viola 12 101 at Boston (Loner 5 7) (n) Texas (Hooton 5 7) at Kansas City (Gubn'/a 9 7 (n) Detroit (Petry 13 11 * at California !Romanic* 13 6), In) New York (Niekro 119) at Seattle (Swift 4 6 (n) Baltimore (Boddicke' IO 13) at Oakland IR 10 2 I), (n) w L Pct. OB 73 46 613 - 72 46 610 H 67 54 554 7 59 59 500 13H 55 64 462 18 37 80 316 35 71 47 602 — 65 55 542 7 62 56 525 9 55 64 462 16H 50 68 424 21 46 73 387 25H National League By The Aaeoclated Presa Eaet Division New York St Louis............. Montreal.......... Chicago ............. Philadelphia Pittsburgh West Division Los Angeles San Diego............ Cincinnati.......... Houston Atlanta.............. San Francisco ........ Thursday s Gamas San Diego 3 Montreal 0 New York 7 San Francisco 0 Philadelphia 2, Los Angeles 0 Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 1 Chicago 3, Atlanta 2 St Louis 2 Houston 1 Today s Gamas San Diego (Thurmond 4 7 and Jackson I 2 at New York (Pomander 56 and Aguilera 64), 2, It n) Los Angeles (Hershise< 12 6' at Montreal iHesketh 10-5). in) Houston (Ryan 8 11t at Pittsburgh (Tunnel! 1 -Bl. (n) Chicago (Sorensen 3 4* at Cincinnati (McGaffigan 1 Ii, in) St louis (Anduiar 19 T at Atlanta (McMurtry 0 21. in) San Francisco iHammaker 3 10' at Philadelphia tOenny 8 9i. In) Scoreboard On the air East W L T Pct. PF PA FRIDAY TELEVISION Indianapolis 2 0 0 1 OOO 43 20 6 30 p m — Baseball Chicago at Cincinnati, Miami ....... I I 0 500 40 33 WGN New England I 1 0 500 51 45 6:30 p m Auto racing NASCAR late model Buffalo ...... 0 I I OOO 27 37 race, ESPN N Y. Jets 0 2 0 OOO 37 63 6:35 p m — Baseball St Louis at Atlanta, Central WTBS Cincinnati . I 1 0 500 51 55 8 p m - Professional golf USA Cleveland . 1 I 0 500 35 26 8 30 pm. - Karate ESPN Pittsburgh I I 0 500 76 68 Houston . 1 2 0 333 46 48 FRIDAY RADIO West 7:35 pm — Baseball Texas at Kansas City. Denver....... . I I 0 500 40 43 knbtfm Kansas City . 1 I 0 500 48 58 San Diego..... . 1 1 0 500 39 31 SATURDAY TELEVISION Seattle...... . I I 0 500 36 22 Noon - Tennis Hamlet Challenge Cup ESPN L A Raiders . 0 2 0 OOO 30 42 2 p m - Football San Diego at San Franctsco. NATIONAL CONFERENCE KENS East 2:15 p m — Baseball. Detroit at California N Y Giants . 3 0 0 1 OOO 61 42 KMOL Dallas 2 0 0 I OOO 54 27 3 p m - Baseball: Little League World Sones Washington 2 0 0 I OOO 31 23 KSAT Philadelphia . 1 I 0 500 51 45 3 p.m. — Golf: LPGA National Pro Am ESPN St. Louis . I 1 0 0500 17 42 6 p m — Baseball Chicago at Cincinnati, Central WGN Minnesota . 2 0 0 I OOO 57 47 630 pm — Tennis ATP Championships, Detroit . 0 I I 500 13 38 USA Chicago ..... . 0 2 0 OOO 16 34 6 35 pm — Baseball St Louis at Atlanta Green Bay . 0 2 0 OOO 5 37 WTBS Tampa Bay . 0 2 0 OOO 44 65 8 p m — Football Miami at Los Angeles West Raiders. KMOL L.A Rams . 2 0 0 1 OOO 46 IO Atlanta . I 1 0 500 37 34 SATURDAY RADIO New Orleans . I I 0 500 52 43 7 35 pm — Baseball Texas at Kansas City, San Francisco I I 0 500 41 41 KNBTFM Today a Garnet Loa Angeles Rams vt Philadelphia at Local sports Columbus Ohio Cincinnati at Detroit Lapse eliminates U.S. team in Series WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — It was a momentary lapse, the kind that can happen to a major-leaguer as well as a 12-year-old boy. At the Little League World Series Thursday, shortstop Richie Conway, who had helped lead Morristown, Term., to the semifinals, forgot how many outs there were and Mexicali, Mexico, scored the winning run in a 2-1 game, setting up the first championship game in 39 years without a U.S. team. The team from Mexicali, a Mexican border city, will play on national television Saturday against a powerful team from Seoul, South Korea, that has scored 29 runs in two Series victories, including a 16-0 romp over Binbrook, Ontario, Thursday. “It was the pressure on the kids that decided the game,” said Jesus lamon. manager of the first Mexican team in 21 years to reach the title game With the score tied 1-1 in the top of the sixth and final inning and Mexicali runners at first and second with nobody out. Santiago ViUaescusa sent a fly ball to right fielder Brian Shepard. Both runners tagged up, and both took off as the ball settled in Shepard’s glove. Shepard fired a strike to second base, where Conway put the Lag on a sliding Omar Mendez for a dramatic double play. Conway spiked the ball near the mound to celebrate the end of an inning that wasn’t quite over. Fernando Ramos, who had taken third on the throw, saw the ball rolling unattended on the grass and sprinted home with the go-ahead run As if that weren’t enough. Conway was vic-Umized by some overly optimistic base coaching in the bottom of the sixth After Conway was hit by a Mendez pitch. Brad Cornwell lined a ball into the gap in left-center field Conway, waved home by the third-base coach, skidded to a halt about 15 feet past the third-base bag when he saw catcher Oscar Perez get the ball. Perez threw to third baseman ViUaescusa to nail a diving Conway One strikeout later. Perez caught CornweU trying to Lake third on a short passed ball to end the game Briefly FRIDAY 6 p.m. — Football: New Braunfels junior varsity varsity scrimmage at Taylor 6pm— Football Marble Falls junior varsity, varsity scrimmage at Smithton Valley 6 30 p rn. — Football Bandera junior varsity varsity scrimmage at Canyon Volleyball Canyon New Braunfels at Seguin tournament SATURDAY Volleyball Canyon, New Braunfels at Seguin Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALF EASTERN DIVISION W L Pct GB Jackson (Mats) 37 24 610 Shreveport tGiants 32 28 530 4 Vi Tulsa Rangers 28 32 470 BW x Arkansas (Cards 28 33 460 9 WESTERN DIVISION k-€t Paso Brawersi 41 17 710 Beaumont (Padres* 28 32 470 14 Midland Ange»s' 25 35 420 17 Sar Ar tonio Dodgers 22 40 350 21 «first naif revision ck am pi on Thursday s Games El Paso 11 Midland 4 San Antonio 5 Beaumont 4 Shreveport 13    2 Jackson IO Arkansas 2 Today t Gamas Beaumont at San Antonio Midland at El Paso Shreveport at Tutsa Aixat vas at Jackson NFL 1986 Prs Season By The Associated Pre** AMERICAN CONFERENCE New England at Washington Pittsburgh at St Louis Saturday a Gamas San Diego at San Francisco Cleveland at Buffalo Atlanta vs Green Ba. at Milwaukee Indianapolis at Denver New York Jets at New York Giants Tampa Bay at New Orleans Seattle at Minnesota Kansas City at Houston Miami at Los Angelas Raiders Monday • Game Chicago at Dallas Transactions By Th* Asaociated Press BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS - Placed Urbeno Lugo, pitcher on the 15 day disabled list Purchased the contract of Alan Fowlkes, pitcher, from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League DETROIT TIGERS Waived Doug Bair pitcher for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release OAKLAND ATHLETICS - Activated Tony Phillips, infielder Optioned Bill Krueger pitcher to Tacoma of Pacific Coast League National League MONTREAL EXPOS’Recalied Andres Gaiarraga, infielder Waived Steve Nicosia catcher, for the purpose of giving him his un conditional release Picked up the option for the 1986 season on the contract of Andre Dawson outfielder BASKETBALL National Basketball Association ATLANTA HAWKS —Signed Tracy Jackaon guard, to a multi year contract INDIANA PACERS Announced that Winfred King, center, and Kenton Edelin. forward, will not report to training camp BOXING LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION-Ray ‘Boom Boom Msncini retired FOOTBALL National Football League DETROIT LIONS - Signed Clarence Chapman cornerback to a free agent contract Waived Al Latimer cornerback, and Burt Muehlmg tight end Doc s Guns sponsors free archery clinic A free archery clinic is scheduled Saturday at Doc s Guns. Butch Henry of Outdoor sports Headquarters will be the instructor for the clinic from IO a.m. to 2 p.m. He will teach the basics as well as refining techniques. NB Booster Club hosts picture day The New Braunfels High School’s All-Sports Booster Club will hast a SportsWorld UT A&M game moved BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — ESPN will televise the Texas-Texas A&M college football game live on Thanksgiving night, delaying the kickoff by several hours, the cable sports network announced Thursday. The in-state rivalry, part of ESPN’s 17-game College Football Association TV package, had originally been scheduled for 2 p.m. CST, but will be played instead at 6.30 p.m. to accommodate TV. Becker advances in ATP MASON, Ohio (AP) — Fourth-seed Bons Becker survived a shaky start, recovering for a hard- picture day at IO a m. Saturday. The public is invited to meet and take pictures of this year's football team and cheerleaders, as well as to view the fieldhouse at NBHS. Refreshments will be served Cross country runners sought Any New Braunfels High School or New Braunfels Middle School student who is interested in running cross country' this fall should contact Coach Fred Pink at 629-4236 (home! or 625-6271 (school). NBYSA schedules fall registration Registration for the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association season will be Sept, 7 from 2 p m to 5 p rn at Seele Elemental School Players ages 5 to 18 can participate A birth certificate as proof of age must be shown at registration For more information, call 626 7437,625-8379,625- 2664 or 629-1209 'Meet the Athletes set Monday at SVHS Smithson Valley High School sports fans have an opportunity to meet all of this year's football and volleyball players Monday at the annual Meet the Athletes Night Sponsored by the Smithson Valley High School Athletic Boosters Club, the evenings activities w ill includes free hot dog supper beginning at 7 pm NB season tickets now on sale New tickets remain moil th Braunfels season football are now on sale and will for sale until the end of the fought 4-6. 6-1, 6-4 victory over John Sadri that put him in the quarterfinals of the $375,000 Association of Tenms Professionals Championship Earlier, Tim Wilkison upset Yannick Noah 6-3, 6-7, 6-3; Hank Wister toppled Henrik Sundstroin, 64), 6-1; top-seeded Mats Wilander celebrated hi* 21st birthday with an easy 6-1, 6-4 win over Ken Flach; and Anders Jarry d defeated Marc Flur 7-5, 6-4. U.S. team wins Walker Cup PINE VALLEY, N J (AP) - U.S. Amatuer champion Scott Verplank scored a I-up victory over Colin Montgomerie as a hard-pressed United States team captured the Walker Cup for the seventh straight time with a 13-11 victory over a team from Great Britain and Ireland Oilers. Johnson finally agree HOUSTON AP After a confusing afternoon of listening to his advisors. Richard Johnson, one of the Houston Oilers’ two first round draft choices, signed his name to a four-year contract that will pay him$1.7 million "The only thing I’ve been thinking about is w hen will this all be over,*' said Johnson, the lith player overall in Hie April 30 National Football league draft, i'm just ready to play football ” Houston Oiler General Manager (.add Herzcg now must turn his attention to the team s other unsigned first round draft choice, Ray Childress ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ : « ♦ ♦ CO ED FITTNESS & BODYBUILDING CENTER SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st Specializing in:    •    Weight Lifting • Nutritional Advice    •    Bodybuilding • Fitness Tips    *    Aerobics OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 727 Hwy. 46 South "Keep your body young forever 1 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 4 4 : 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 : t 4 4 -DEALERS- •CORNER GULF LANDA & WALNUT • A&K Gulf LH. 35 & St. Hwy 46 •CLIFF S GULF & WRECKER SERVICE IR 35 & HWY 81 • IH 35 GULF AT COURTYARD CENTER We take a tough line on motor oil. 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