New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 13, 1985, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 13, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A f Herald Ze/Ytvmj, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, December 13,1985 Bullets' Bol leads defensive blitzNBA (J TNE ASSOCIATED PRESS lf Manute Bol goes on to become one of the greatest defensive players in the history of basketball, it will be said that this was the game that marked the start of his career. Put into the starting lineup for the first time Thursday night because of Jeff Ruland’s injured ankle, the 7-foot-7 Bol blocked ll shots in the first half of a National Basketball Association game against Milwaukee. He went on to post a season-high 18 points, a team-record 12 blocks and nine rebounds as the Washington Bullets edged the Bucks 110-108 in overtime. “That was the most dominating performance by one player I’ve seen this year,” Milwaukee Coach Don Nelson said of Bol, whose previous high for points was six. Even without Bol, the game was exciting for the small crowd of 4,643 at Capital Centre. The Bullets’ Cliff Robinson hit two baseline jumpers in the final IO seconds of overtime, the second breaking a 108 tie with one second remaining.Lakers 127, Suns 102 Hareem Abdul-Jabbar went 11-for-11 from the field and scored 24 points as Los Angeles bombed Phoenix to improve its record to 19-2 The Lakers rolled to a 66-48 halftime lead and never led by less than ll points in the second half. Byron Scott added 20 points and Earvin “Magic” Johnson had 20 assists for Los Angeles, while the Suns were led by Larry Nance with 23 points.Rockets 123, Mavs 120 Akeem Olajuwon had 27 points and 15 rebounds for Houston, which overcame an outstanding performance by Dallas forward Sam Perkins to remain the NBA’s only unbeaten team at home. Perkins was ll-for-16 from the field, scored a season-high 31 points and added 20 rebounds for the Mavericks, who played without their leading scorer, Mark Aguirre, who was ill.Bulls 106, 76ers 102 Sidney Green had a season-high 22 points and 14 rebounds as Chicago beat Philadelphia for only its third victory in the last ll outings. The Bulls jumped to a 31-18 lead in the first quarter and held on to beat the 76ers, who had a four-game road winning streak snapped. Charles Barkley had 25 points and Julius Erving 24 for Philadelphia, while Quintin Dailey and Orlando Woolridge added 18 each for Chicago.Nets 108, Knicks 85 New Jersey got 22 points from Buck Williams and 18 from Darwin Cook, making a rare start, while New York hit just 32.2 percent of its shots. Cook, who played 43 minutes because regular starter Otis Birdsong forgot to bring his uniform to the game, had 12 points in the first half as the Nets took a 56-44 lead. The Knicks cut the deficit to six points By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct. Boston.............. 19    3    .864 New Jersey ..........13    ll    .542 Philadelphia ..........12    11    .522 Washington ..........12    11    .522 New York.............6    17    .261 Central Division Milwaukee........... 17    9    ,654 Detroit..............14    10    .583 Atlanta..............11    12    .478 Cleveland.............9    13    .409 Chicago..............9    17    .346 Indiana...............6    16    ,273 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston............. 17    7    .708 Denver.............. 15    8    .652 Utah................14    11    .560 San Antonio..........13    11    .542 Dallas...............11    11    .500 Sacramento...........7    16    .304 Pacific Division L A. Lakers........... 19    2    .905 Portland............ 14    12    538 Seattle..............10    14    417 L A. Clippers........... 8    15    348 Golden State ..........9    17    .346 Phoenix .............. 6    17    261 Thursday's Games New Jersey 108, New York 85 Washington 110, Milwaukee 108, OT Chicago 106, Philadelphia 102 Houston 123, Dallas 120 L A Lakers 127, Phoenix 102 Today's Games San Antonio at Detroit Atlanta at Indiana Cleveland at Milwaukee L A Lakers at Denver Portland at Golden State L A Clippers at Seattle early in the third quarter, but Williams scored IO points and Mickey Johnson eight during a 32-15 streak that gave New Jersey a 90-67 lead early in the fourth quarter. Darrell Walker led all scorers with 23 points for New York, while rookie Patrick Ewing had 20 rebounds. GB 7 7 Vi 7% 13% 2 4% 6 8 9 1 Vi 3% 4 5 9 Vi 7% IO Vi 12 12% 14 Harris picks Tomball by 5 Tomball is favored over New Braunfels by five points in Saturday’s game, according to the Harris Rating System. The Cougars are ranked first and New Braunfels is fourth in the top IO listings as well. In the other 4A semifinal. No. 2 Westlake (12-2) is a one-point choice over No. 3 Sweetwater (12-1). The rest of the 4A top IO is Denison, Bay City, Waco Richfield. Wichita Falls Hirschi, Lubbock Estacado and Huntsville. In Class 5A. top-ranked Odessa Permian (13-0-1) is a six-point choice over No. 3 Cypress-Fairbanks (13-0-1) and No. 2 Houston Yates (14-0) is a five-point choice over No. 4 San Antonio Holmes (13-1). The rest of the 5A top IO is Judson, San Angelo Central. Willowridge, Conroe, Temple and West Orange-Stark In Class 3A. No. I Van Vleck (14-0) is favored by three over No. 4 Cuero < 13-1) and No. 3 Vernon (12-2) is a one-point pick over No. 2 Daigerfield < 14-0). The rest of the 3A top IO is Cameron Yoe. Navasota, Kermit, Pittsburg, Gilmer and Idalou. In 2A. No. I Electra (14-0) is a six-point choice over No. 3 Hamlin (14-0) and No. 2 Groveton (14-0) is a seven-point favorite over Shiner (12-1-1). Rounding out the top IO are Pilot Point, McGregor. Memphis, Tatum, Leon and Eastland. In Class A, top-ranked Munday (14-0) is picked by seven over No. 3 Goldthwaite (14-0) and No. 5 Italy is favored by eight over No, IO Runge (11-2). Top IO teams out of the playoffs are No. 2 Wheeler, No. 4 Iraan, No. 6 Union Hill. No. 7 High Island, No 8 Forsan, No. 9 Rankin and Roscoe, the team tied with Runge for No. IO.SportsWorld Miracle puts ND State in Palm Bowl MCALLEN (AP I — North Dakota State’s football team, losers in two of its first four contests and written off, put equipment in cold storage at the end of the regular season, but a miracle forced the players to take it out again. On Saturday, the Bison will be playing for the NCAA Division II title for the fourth time in five years after an almost impossible series of events catapulted them into the Palm Bowl. Standing between them and the championship, however, will be North Alabama, which boasts the nation’s second rated defense Bison Coach Earle Solomonson said the team was rank ed 18th at the end of the regular season and the only way it could be invited to the playoffs was if eight teams lost and another tied “When I woke up that Sunday morning and saw all eight teams had lost and one tied I said it was going to be a good Sunday,” Solomonson told a news conference Thursday Yankees, Sox make deal SAN DIEGO (AP) — The New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox. locked in a game of “Let’s Make A Deal” for several weeks, finally landed lesser prizes on the final day of baseball’s winter meetings But the Thursday swap that sent pitcher Britt Burns and two minor-leaguers to the Yankees for pitcher Joe Cowley and catcher Ron Hassey was not the big deal both teams hoped to make. That other deal would send Chicago catcher Carlton Fisk to New York for designated hitter Don Baylor. But Chicago is still trying to sign free agent Fisk, who wants a three-year contract, and the Yankees are still trying to get Baylor to drop his no-trade clause, which he might do for enough money. Baylor reportedly also wants a $1 million a year. Cauthen fighting with alcohol CINCINNATI (AP) — Family and friends of jockey Steve Cauthen, the youngest rider ever to win racing's Triple Crown, doubt he has a serious drinking problem even though he is in a hospital here trying to get over an alcohol dependency. The jockey’s father, George “Tex" Cauthen, said the younger Cauthen quit drinking about three months ago “Steve felt he had an alcohol problem," the senior Cauthen said “He felt it was something he needed to work on And there was no better time than now, when he had the time off ” The elder Cauthen said the family was unaware of Steve Cauthen’s intent to enter the program until he returned last month to his hometown of Walton, Ky ., near Cincinnati, from England, where the jockey had moved to resume his racing career. Cauthen, 25, has two days to go in the treatment program at Cincinnati’s Christ Hospital, the Cincinnati Post reported Thursday. Cauthen signed himself into the program and scheduled his stay during his annual holiday visit home, the jockey’s father said Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 30 pm    Basketball Loyola at Bradley ESPN 7 pm. — Basketball Atlanta at Indiana WTBS SATURDAY TELEVISION 11 30 a rn    Football Chicago at New York Jct*. KENS Noon - Football Palm Bowl ESPN 3 p m    Football Kansas City at Denver KMOL 3pm — Football California Bowl. Fiesno State v* Bowling Green ESPN 3 30 p m - Boxing U S Amateur, KSA! 6 pm — Basketball Pittsburgh at West Virginia. ESPN 7pm    Basketball Houston at Illinois. WCN 8 pm — Basketball Kentucky at Kansas ESPN 8 05 pm— Pro basketball Houston at Utah VYTBS Local sports FRIOAV 5pm — Boys basketball Smahson valley vs Blanco at Marble Fails tournament 5 IS pm. — Boys basketball New Braunteis vt. Central Catholic, Alamo He^hts tournament 6 30 pm - Girls basketball Smithton Valley vs Marble Fails at Marble Fails tournament SATURDAY IO am - Orris basketball Canyon rn con ablation finals, Hays tournament Noon - Gals basketball New Braunfels in thed place game at Boerne tournament 4 30 pm - Boys' basketball Smithson Valley vs. Ltoarty Hid Marble Falls tournament Boys basketball New Braunfels at Alamo Haunts tournament Gals basketball Smithson Valley vs Liberty HtM at Marble Falls tournament Boys basketball Canyon at Boerne tour nam ant NHL By Th* Ax tot iat*d Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 22 • 0 44 137 89 Washington 17 7 3 37 103 80 NY Rangers 14 14 1 29 105 96 NY Islanders ll IO 7 29 107 no Pittsburgh ll 14 4 26 110 106 New Jersey Adams Division 12 14 1 25 101 IOO Quebec 16 IO 2 34 IOO 87 Boston ....... 13 IO • 32 IU 103 Montreal 14 ll 3 31 124 106 Buffalo ...... 13 13 2 28 IOO 92 Hartford.......12 13 0 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division 24 IOO 102 St Louts....... 12 12 3 27 99 106 Chicago....... 9 14 4 22 111 129 Minnesota . 8 14 6 22 112 112 Toronto....... 8 17 3 19 106 126 Detroit ....... Smythe Division . 7 16 4 18 87 138 Edmonton ..... 21 5 4 46 162 119 Calgary ....... 17 8 3 37 127 96 Winnipeg...... IO 17 3 23 103 138 Vancouver ..... . 9 18 3 21 no 131 Los Angeles 7 Thursday 's Games 18 4 18 97 147 Quebec I, Boston I, be Philadelphia 6. Montreal 3 Ce*gary 5, Los Angeles 0 Today's Games Hartford at Buffalo Edmonton at Winnipeg Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League AL - Appointed Peter B av ast Cleveland Rangers rout Mustangs; post winsgirls' teams MARBLE FALLS — Al King’s 21 points sparked Smithson Valley to a 41-23 vicotry over Marble Falls Thursday in the first round of the Marble Falls tournament. It was Smithson Valley’s second win this season against the Mustangs. The Rangers jumped out to a 14-4 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Marble Falls was also held to four points in the fourth quarter. “We played a pretty consistent game and had some real good shooting," Smithson Valley Coach Roger Kraft said. The Rangers shot just 36 percent from the field, but Kraft said his outside shooters were excellent, “Our perimeter people had one of their best games. We missed a lot of easy shots inside, though,” he said. Smithson Valley plays Blanco at 5 p.m. today and will face Liberty Hill at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Today’s game will be a real test for the Rangers, Kraft said. Smithson Valley opened the season with a 58-57 victory over Blanco, which was playing with one starter on the bench with an injury. Smithson Valley 41, Marble Falls 23 Al King 8 5-6 21, Rolando Trevino 3 O O 6, Ray Reyes 4 O O 8, Tony Rendon 2 0-0 4, Lance Jonas I 0-0 2. Mike Irvine 0 0-0 0, Todd Curtis 0 O O 0, Paul Booth 0 O O 0, Roy Sanders 0 0-0 0, Taylor Heydman 0 O O 0, Aaron Smith 0 0-0 0, Steve Gottardy OO 0 0, Dirk Hays 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 6-6 41. Marble Falls.............................. 4    7    8    4-23 Smithson Valley ..........................14    11    8    8 — 41NB girls split BOERNE — The New Braunfels girls whipped Jourdanton 53-31 but lost to Frederlcskburg 40-27 at the Boerne tournament Thursday. The Unicorns will play in the tournament’s third-place game Saturday at noon. In their opener, the Unicorns jumped out to a 12-4 lead In the first quarter and then outscored the Indians 31-15 in the second half. Suzanne Byrne led New Braunfels with 12 points, while Heather Woods had IO and Jana Chafin and Debbie Welty eight each. New Braunfels’ momentum carried over to the second game, when the Unicorns hopped on the Billies for a quick 8 2 lead. But Fredericksburg exploded for 16 unaswered points in the quarter to lead 18-8 after one period, and the Billies made that lead stand up the rest of the way. “We had 25 turnovers, and that really hurt us," New Braunfels Coach Patsy Davis said. The Unicorns’ defense allowed Fredericksburg only two points in the third quarter, but New Braunfels could not make up enough of the deficit. New Braunfels 53. Jourdanton 31 Suzanne Byrne 6 O O 12, Jane Chafin 4 O I 8, Kelli Davit 2 12 5, Crista Dees 2 OO 4, Wendy Doeppenschmidt 0 2 2 2, Teri Sides 0 0-0 0, Debbie Smith 2 (FO 4, Debbie Welty 4 0 0 8, Heather Woods 500 10, Krista Wright 000 0 Totals 25 35 53 New Braunfels............................12    10    16    15—53 Jourdanton ............................... 4    12    9    6    —31 Fredericksburg 40. New Braunfels 27 Suzanne Byrne 6 OO 12, Jana Chalin 2 0 0 4. Kelli Davis 0 OO 0, Rokane Hoi/ 2 2 2 4, Ten Sides 0121, Debbie Smith I OO 2, Heather Woods I OO 2. Debbie Welty 00 0 0, Knsta Wright 000 0 Totals 12 34 27. New Braunfels .......................... 8    12    4    3    — 27 Fredericksburg ..........   18    12    2    8    —40Rangerettes victorious MARBLE FALLS — Every time Smithson Valley’s girls thought they had a comfortable lead Thursday, Burnet would storm back to within a few points. But it was the Rangerettes who finished with a flurry, downing the Bulldogs 58-47. The key to winning the game, Smithson Valley Coach Keith Sullivan said, was the Rangerettes’ mental attitude during the game. “Things got out of control a couple of times after we had a big lead, but we regained our composure early. We could have collapsed but we didn’t," he said. The Rangerettes jumped out to a 10-point lead in the first quarter, but Burnet fought back, cutting the Smithson Valley lead to 24-22 at halftime. After another exchange of team surges in the third quarter, the Rangerettes pulled away in the final half of the fourth quarter to seal the team’s fifth win in nine games. Smithson Valley meets host Marble Falls in the second round of the tournament at 6:30 p.m. today. The Rangerettes will meet Liberty Hill at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the third round of the round-robin tournament. Smithton Va Hay 58. Bulldogs 47 Karen Albright 4 2-3 11, Tiffany Beene 5 26 12, Laurie Hughes 4 12 9, Annetta Ferguson 3 OO 6, Shalynn McCoy 4 O O 8, Brennan Hughes 2 O O 4, Michelle Hennigar 2 1-3 5, Mary Bruce 2 O O 4. Totals 26 614 58Cougarettes split two BUDA — Canyon’s girls lost a heartbreaker to Elgin Thursday and an hour and a half later downed Lockhart to advance in the Hays tournament. Cougarette Coach Joy Scharf said she was proud of her team’s performance in a 56-52 loss to the Wildcats. “We played super in the first game and never gave up. It’s tough to lose a game like that but Elgin is a good team," she said. Cheryl Butler paced Canyon with 12 points while Sherry Wood added nine. Free throws killed the Cougarettes in the fourth quarter, as Canyon missed a possible IO points in the final four minutes on free throws. A tired Cougarette team took the court against Lockhart, pulling out a victory when the Lady Lions were forced to play the final three minutes with four players after numerous foulouts. “It’s not the best way to win a game, but Elgin just drained us and we were not ready to play again so soon,’’ Scharf said. Elgin 56. Canyon 52 Cheryl Butler 3 66 12, Sherry Wood 4 15 9, Renata Rittimann 2 2 2 6, Tara Cappleman 2 2 3 6, Michelle Toon 2 2 3 6, Kathryn Kyle 2135, Lori Hill 1 0-0 2. Nancy Bargander 0 2 2 2, Leah Kneg 1012, Shelly Moeller I O O 2. Totals 18 16 25 52 Canyon .................................10    19    IO    13-52 Elgin.................................... 18    23    0    15 - 58 Canyon 48. Lockhart 45 Tara Cappleman 1 10-12 12, Cheryl Butler 2 15 5, Sherry Wood 0 5-7 5, Kathryn Kyle 4 2 4 IO. Michelle Toon 4 14 9, Nancy Barganier 0 O O 0, Lori Hill 0 O O 0, Renata Rittimann I (F3 2, Leah Kneg 2 12 5, Shelly Mueller OOO 0 Totals 14 20 37 48 Canyon .................................17    10    6    16 -48 Lockhart ................................14    IS    6    7-46 Indians President, to baseball's Executive Council Named Marty Spnngstead Chief Supervisor of Umpires for the league and appointed Drek Butler special assistant to the league president MILWAUKEE BREWERS - Transferred Dion James outfielder to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League MINNESOTA TWINS - Traded Mike Stenhouse, outfielder, to the Boston Red Sox tor Charlie Mitchell, pitcher NEW YORK YANKEES - Traded Joe Cowley. pitcher, and Ron Hassey, catcher, to the Chicago White So* for Britt Burns, pitcher, Mike Soper, shortstop, and Glen Braxton, outfielder SEATTLE MARINERS - Traded Darned Coles, third baseman, to the Detroit Tigers for Rich Monteleone. pitcher TEXAS RANGERS Acquired Jose Mom, infielder, from the Chicago White Sox to com plete an earlier deal TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Obtained a frau chis# at Dunedin, Fla , m the Florida State League, to be operable by 1988 National League NL - Appointed Bill Giles, Philadelphia Phillies President, to the Executive Council and named Bill Barthoiomay to the league's Executive Comm st ae. 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  • Aaron Smith
  • Akeem Olajuwon
  • Al King
  • Annetta Ferguson
  • Bill Barthoiomay
  • Bill Giles
  • Bill Vinton
  • Brad Gulden
  • Brennan Hughes
  • Britt Burns
  • Byron Scott
  • Cameron Yoe
  • Carlton Fisk
  • Charles Barkley
  • Charlie Mitchell
  • Cheryl Butler
  • Chria Keating
  • Cliff Robinson
  • Crista Dees
  • Darrell Walker
  • Darwin Cook
  • Debbie Smith
  • Debbie Welty
  • Dion James
  • Dirk Hays
  • Don Baylor
  • Don Nelson
  • Drek Butler
  • Glen Braxton
  • Heather Woods
  • Houston Yates
  • Jana Chafin
  • Jana Chalin
  • Jane Chafin
  • Jeff Ruland
  • Joe Cowley
  • Joy Scharf
  • Julius Erving
  • Karen Albright
  • Kathryn Kyle
  • Keith Sullivan
  • Kelli Davis
  • Kelli Davit
  • Knsta Wright
  • Krista Wright
  • Lance Jonas
  • Larry Nance
  • Laurie Hughes
  • Leah Kneg
  • Lori Hill
  • Manute Bol
  • Mark Aguirre
  • Mary Bruce
  • Michelle Hennigar
  • Michelle Toon
  • Mickey Johnson
  • Mike Irvine
  • Mike Soper
  • Mike Stenhouse
  • Nancy Barganier
  • Orlando Woolridge
  • Otis Birdsong
  • Patrick Ewing
  • Patsy Davis
  • Paul Booth
  • Quintin Dailey
  • Randy Johnson
  • Ray Reyes
  • Renata Rittimann
  • Rolando Trevino
  • Ron Hassey
  • Roy Sanders
  • Sam Perkins
  • Shalynn Mccoy
  • Shelly Moeller
  • Shelly Mueller
  • Sherry Wood
  • Sidney Green
  • Steve Cauthen
  • Steve Gottardy
  • Suzanne Byrne
  • Tara Cappleman
  • Taylor Heydman
  • Teri Sides
  • Tiffany Beene
  • Todd Curtis
  • Tony Rendon
  • Wendy Doeppenschmidt

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 13, 1985

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