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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas f New Texas December Bullets Bol leads defensive blitz NBA TNI ASSMMTH If Mahute Bol goes on to become one of the greatest defensive players in the history of It will be said that this was the game that marked the start of his Put Into the starting lineup for the first time Thursday night because of Jeff Rulands injured the 7 foot7 Bol blocked 11 shots in the first half of a National Basketball Association game against He went on to post a seasonhigh 18 a teamrecord 12 blocks and nine rebounds as the Washington Bullets edged the Bucks 110108 In That was the most dominating performance by one player Ive seen this Milwaukee Coach Don Nelson said of whose previous high for points was Even without the game was exciting for the small crowd of at Capital The Bullets Cliff Robinson hit two baseline Jumpers in the final 10 seconds of the second breaking a 108 tie with one se cond Lakers Suns 102 Kareem AbdulJabbar went 11for 11 from the field and scored 24 points as Los Angeles bombed Phoenix to improve its record to The Lakers rolled to a 6648 halftime lead and never led by less than 11 points in the second Byron Scott added 20 points and Earvin Magic Johnson had 20 assists for Los while the Suns were led by Larry Nance with 23 Rockets Mavs 120 Akeem olajuwon had 27 points and 15 rebounds for which over came an outstanding performance by Dallas forward Sam Perkins to re main the NBAs only unbeaten team at Perkins was llfor16 from the scored a seasonhigh 31 points and added 20 rebounds for the who played without their leading Mark who was Bulls 76ers 102 Sidney Green had a seasonhigh 22 points and 14 rebounds as Chicago beat Philadelphia for only Its third victory in the last 11 The Bulls Jumped to a 3118 lead in the first quarter and held on to beat the who had a fourgame road winning streak Charles Barkley had 25 points and Julius Erving 24 for while Quintln Dalley and Orlando Woolridge added 18 each for Nets KnicksBS New Jersey got 22 points from Buck Williams and 18 from Darwin making a rare while New York hit just percent of its who played 43 minutes because regular starter Otis Bird song forgot to bring his uniform to the had 12 points in the first half as the Nets took a 5644 The Knicks cut the deficit to six points W i 1 I I Atlantic ttvrtlon 19 Now New Central Division g WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division San Pacific Division LA 19 Golden State Phoenix Thursdays Games New Jersey New York 85 Washington Milwaukee Chicago Philadelphia 102 Houston Dallas 120 Lakers Phoenix 102 Todays Games San Antonio at Detroit Atlanta at Indiana Cleveland at Milwaukee Lakers at Denver Portland at Golden State Clippers at Seattle early in the third but Williams scored 10 points and Mickey Johnson eight during a 3215 streak that gave New Jersey a 9067 lead early in the fourth Darrell Walker led all scorers with 23 points for New while rookie Patrick Ewing had 20 OT Harris picks Tomball by 5 Tomball is favored over New Braunfels by five points in Saturdays according to the Harris Rating The Cougars are ranked first and New Braunfels is fourth in the top 10 listings as In the other 4A 2 Westlake 122 is a one point choice over 3 Sweetwater The rest of the 4A top 10 is Bay Waco Wichita Falls Lubbock Estacado and In Class topranked Odessa Permian 1301 is a sixpoint choice over 3 CypressFairbanks 1301 and 2 Houston Yates 140 is a fivepoint choice over 4 San Antonio Holmes The rest of the 5A top 10 is San Angelo Temple and West In Class 1 Van Vleck 140 is favored by three over 4 Cuero 131 and 3 Vernon 122 is a one point pick over 2Daigerfield The rest of the 3A top 10 is Cameron Gilmer and In 1 Electra 140 is a sixpoint choice over 3 Hamlin 140 and 2 Groveton 140 is a sevenpoint favorite over Shiner Rounding out the top 10 are Pilot Leon and In Class topranked Munday 140 is picked by seven over 3 Goldthwaite 140 and 5 Italy is favored by eight over 10 Runge Top 10 teams out of the playoffs are 2 4 6 Union 7 High 8 9 Rankin and the team tied with Runge for SportsWorld Miracle puts NO State in Palm Bowl McALLEN AP North Dakota States football losers in two of its first four contests and written put equipment in cold storage at the end of the regular but a miracle forced the players to take it out On 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 Standing between them and the will be North which boasts the na tions secondrated 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 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 Solomonson told a news conference Sox make deal SAN DIEGO AP The New York Yankees and Chicago White locked in a game of Lets Make A Deal for several finally landed lesser prizes on the final day of baseballs winter But the Thursday swap that sent pitcher Britt Burns and two minorleaguers to the Yankees for pitcher Joe Cowley and catcher Ron Hassey was not the big deal both teams hoped to That other deal would send Chicago catcher Carlton Fisk to New York for designated hitter Don But Chicago is still trying to sign free agent who wants a threeyear and the Yankees are still trying to get Baylor to drop his notrade which he might do for enough Baylor reportedly also wants a million a Cauthen fighting with alcohol CINCINNATI AP Family and friends of jockey Steve the youngest rider ever to win racings Triple doubt he has a serious drinking problem even though he is in a hospital here trying to get over an alcohol The jockeys George Tex said the younger Cauthen quit drinking about three months Steve felt he had an alcohol the senior Cauthen He felt it was something he needed to work And there was no better time than when he had the time The elder Cauthen said the family was unaware of Steve Cauthens intent to enter the program until he returned last month to his hometown of near from where the jockey had moved to resume his racing has two days to go in the treatment pro gram at Cincinnatis Christ the Cincinnati Post reported Cauthen signed himself into the pro gram and scheduled his stay during his annual holiday visit the jockeys father Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION Basketball Loyola at Bradley 7 Basketball Atlanta at SATURDAY TELEVISION Football Chicago at New York Noon Football Palm 3 Football Kansas City at Denver KMOL 3 Football California Fresno State Bowling Boxing 6 Basketball Pittsburgh at West 7 Basketball Houston at 8 Basketball Kentucky at Pro basketball Houston at Utah NHL Local sports Boys basketball Smithson Valley Blanco at Marble Falls Boys basketball New Braunlels Genual Alamo Heights Girls basketball Smithson Valley Marble Falls at Marble Falls SATURDAY 10 GUIs basketball Canyon in con solation Hays tournament Noon Girls basketball New Braunlels in thirdplace flame at Boerne Boys basketball Smithson Valley Liberty Hill Falls tournament Boys basketball Maw Braunfels at Alamo Heights tournament Girls Smithson Valley Liberty Hill Marble Falls tournament Boys basketball Canyon at Boerne tour nament By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Divii ion W L Philadelphia 22 8 Washington 1 7 7 NY Rangers 14 14 NY islanders 11 10 Pittsburgh 11 14 New Jersey 12 14 Division Quebec 16 0 3 1 7 4 1 44 37 29 29 26 25 137 103 105 107 110 101 89 80 95 110 106 108 Boston 13 Montreal 14 Buffalo Hartford 12 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Louis 12 Chicago 9 Minnesota 8 Toronto 8 Detroit 7 Division Edmonton 21 5 Calgary 17 Winnipeg 10 Vancouver 9 Los Angeles 7 18 Thursdays Gamw Quebec Boston tie Philadelphia Montreal 3 Calgary Los Angeles o Todays Games Hartford at Buffalo Edmonton at Indians to baseballs Executive Named Marty Springstead Chief Supervisor of Umpires for the league and appointed Dick Butler special assistant to the league MILWAUKEE BREWERS Transferred Dion to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast MINNESOTA TWINS Traded Mike to the Boston Red Sox for Charlie NEW YORK YANKEES Traded Joe and Ron to the Chicago White Sox for Britt Mike and Glen SEATTLE MARINERS Traded Darnell third to the Detroit Tigers for Rich TEXAS RANGERS Acquired Jose from the Chicago White Sox to com plete an earlier TORONTO BLUE JAYS Obtained a fran chise at in the Florida State to be operable by National League NL Appointed Bill Philadelphia Phillies to the Executive Council and named Bill Bartholomay to the leagues Executive PITTSBURGH PIRATES Named Bill Virdon batting instructor and outfield Mick Keiieher as first base coach and Rich Donnelly as bullpen SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Signed Randy third and Brad BAttCiTiAU Transactions BOSTON CELTICS Signed Danny to a contract FOOTBALL Rangers rout Mustangs girls teams post wins MARBLE PALLS Al Kings 21 points sparked Smlthson Valley to a 4123 vlcotry over Marble Palls Thursday in the first round of the Marble Palls tourna It was Smlthson Valleys second win this season against the The Rangers jumped out to a 144 lead after the first quarter and never looked Marble Palls Was also held to four points in the fourth We played a pretty consistent game and had some real good Smithson Valley Coach Roger Kraft The Rangers shot just 36 percent from the but Kraft said his outside shooters were Our perimeter people had one of their best We missed a lot of easy shots he Smlthson Valley plays Blanco at 5 today and will face Liberty Hill at Todays game wilj be a real test for the Kraft Smlthson Valley opened the season with a 5857 vic tory over which was playing with one starter on the bench with an Smlthson Valley Marble Falls 23 Al King 8 56 Rolando Trevino 3 00 Ray Reyes 4 00 Tony Rendon 2 00 Lanes Jonas Mike Irvine 0 00 Todd Curtis 0 00 Paul Booth 0 00 Roy Sanders 0 00 Taylor HBydman 0 00 Aaron Smith 0 00 Steve Gottardy 0 00 Dirk Hays 0 00 Totals 18 66 Marble 478 423 Smithson Valley n 8 g 41 1MB girls split BOERNE The New Braunfels girls whipped Jour danton 5331 but lost to Fredericskburg 4027 at the Boerne tournament The Unicorns will play in the tournaments thirdplace game Saturday at In their the Unicorns jumped out to a 124 lead in the first quarter and then outscored the Indians 3115 in the second Suzanne Byrne led New Braunfels with 12 while Heather Woods had 10 and Jana Chafln and Debbie Welly eight New Braunfels momentum carried over to the second when the Unicorns hopped on the Billies for a quick 82 But Fredcricksburg exploded for 16 unaswered points in the quarter to lead 188 after one and the Billies made that lead stand up the rest of the We had 25 and that really hurt New Braunfels Coach Patsy Davis The Unicorns defense allowed Fredericksburg only two points in the third but New Braunfels could not make up enough of the Naw Braunfels Jourdanton 31 Suzanne Byrne 6 00 Jana Chafin 4 01 Kelli Davis Crista Dees 2 00 Wendy Doeppenschmidt 0 22 Teri Sides 0 00 Debbie Smith 2 00 Debbie Welly 4 00 Heather Woods 5 00 Krista Wright 00 Totals 25 3 5 Naw 10 16 1553 12 9 631 Fredericksburg New Braunfels 27 Suzanne Byrne 6 00 Jana Chafin 2 00 Kelli Davis 0 00 Roxane Holz 2 22 Teri Sides Debbie Smith 1 00 Heather Woods 1 00 Debbie Welty 0 00 Krista Wright 0 00 Totals 12 34 New 8 12 3 27 Fredericksburg 12 2 Rangerettes victorious MARBLE PALLS Every time Smithson Valleys girls thought they had a comfortable lead Burnet would storm back to within a few But it was the Rangerettes who finished with a downing the Bulldogs The key to winning the Smithson Valley Coach Keith Sullivan was the Rangerettes mental attitude during the Things got out of control a couple of times after we had a big but we regained our composure We could have collapsed but we he The Rangerettes jumped out to a 10point lead in the first but Burnet fought cutting the Smithson Valley lead to 2422 at After another exchange of team surges in the third the Rangerettes pulled away in the final half of the fourth quarter to seal the teams fifth win in nine Smithson Valley meets host Marble Falls in the second round of the tournament at The Rangerettes will meet Liberty Hill at Saturday in the third round of the roundrobin tourna Smlthson Valley Bulldogs 47 Karen AJIbright Tiffany Beene 5 26 Laurie Hughes Annette Ferguson 3 00 Shalynn McCoy 4 00 Brennan Hughes 2 00 Michelle Hennlgar Mary Bruce 2 00 Totals 26 614 Cougarettes split two BUDA Canyons girls lost a heartbreaker to Elgin Thursday and an hour and a half later downed Lockhart to advance in the Hays Cougarette Coach Joy Scharf said she was proud of her teams performance in a 5652 loss to the We played super in the first game and never gave Its tough to lose a game like that but Elgin is a good she Cheryl Butler paced Canyon with 12 points while Sherry Wood added Free throws killed the Cougarettes in the fourth as Canyon missed a possible 10 points in the final four minutes on free A tired Cougarette team took the court against pulling out a victory when the Lady Lions were forced to play the final three minutes with four players after numerous Its not the best way to win a but Elgin just drained us and we were not ready to play again so Scharf Elgin Canyon 52 Cheryl Butler 3 66 Sherry Wood 4 15 Renata Rittimann 2 22 Tara Cappleman Michelle Toon 2 23 Kathryn Kyle Lori Hill 1 00 Nancy Barganier 0 22 Leah Krieg 1 01 Shelly Moeller 1 00 2 Totals 18 1625 Canyon 10 19 10 1352 23 0 1566 Canyon Lockhart 45 Tara Cappleman 1 1012 Cheryl Butler 2 15 Sherry Wood 057 Kathryn Kyle 4 24 Michelle Toon 4 14 Nancy Barganier 0 00 Lori Hill 0 00 Renata Rittimann 1 03 Leah Krieg Shelly Mueller 0 00 Totals 14 2037 10 6 15 48 18 6 745 AL Appointed Peter Cleveland WASHINGTON REDSKINS Signed Released Chris The best car repair guarantee in America Bring us your tired trans your leaky radia your old 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