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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 1 New Texas December LESLIE Spurs guard Wes Matthews drives around Los Angeles Mike McGee during Thursdays game Workmanlike Spurs find right blend for Cotton I Afrvsltll ffltkttfll OAVID KINB Sports editor Cotton that gruff elf of the basket ball finally has a team that fits his personali Fitzsimmons San Antonio Spurs arent but they arent stodgy They take advantage of what they And they play good something as rare as Yugoslavian point guards in the National Basketball Weve proven that we have the guys who carry their lunch pails to work every Fitzsimmons said after Thursdays victory over the Los Angeles This is a good working mans Without George the man who made the the team doesnt have a bigname draw at least not until Alvin Robertson gets the recognition he What it does have is a dozen players who can come in and get their work And Thursday it was springy ballhandler Wes Matthews who displayed more enthusiasm than a lot of players do in a month and Jon a quickhanded little who came off the bench and played Matthews ran the team well in the absence of starter Johnny while Sundvold was un conscious In his outside Steve obtained from Chicago for has banged his way into the starting at 610 and 235 wont ever be con fused with Kareem But he plays rebounds well and shoots a good percentage from the field before Saturdays game with Since Gervins Mike Mitchell is the closest thing the Spurs have to a scoring Mitchell doesnt have Gervins but he rebounds well and plays Hes sortof the working mans One thing these guys do every night they come to Matthews Robertson works but it looks so even to the Thats why he leads the league in ballhawking guard who can disrupt opposing offenses with his uncanny anticipation on CBS Dick Stockton wrote of Robertson in his column in Hoop There is no doubt that Alvin Robertson can play basketball when he gets a little more in a year or he will be one of the premier guards in the said Los Angeles Maurice who has seen a few guards in his 11 NBA Robertson is not only a tremendous defensive but a leaper as The 64 Arkansas graduate is second on the team in rebounds with Its not just the Spurs who are beginning to come The city Thursday nights crowd of was the teams thirdbiggest ever and the largest in almost five SV girls open 273A play Kolic leads Ohio State as Buckeyes upset AP Linebacker Larry Kollc had two of Ohio States four Interceptions of Robbie Bosco returning one of them 14 yards for a to lead the 17thranked Buckeyes to a 107 victory over 9 Brlgham Young University Saturday In the Florida Citrus a senior who quit the Ohio State team twice as a Junior for personal scored his touchdown 1 08 In to the third quarter as Ohio State wiped out a 73 halfllme He also picked off a Bosco pass midway In the period and returned it 9 yards to the BYU only to see the Buckeyes offense which also got a 47yard field goal from Rich Spangler in the first half lose Its second fum ble deep In Cougars Ohio a lpolnt underdog to the defending national dominated the game after Bosco and David Miles teamed on a 38yard scoring play that gave BYU Its 73 Kolic and his teammates applied heavy pressure to Bosco with a relentless pass rush that played havoc with BYUs which had been averaging yards and points per Bosco completed 26 of 50 passes for 2fil The Buckeyes also recovered two firsthalf fumbles to foil BYU scoring cornerback William White came up with an interception In the end to kill a Cougars threat with to and Terry Whiles end zone interception with three seconds to go secured the triumph before an Orlando Stadium crowd of and a national television Arizona Georgia 17 KL PASO AP For the second year In a tow Georgia got a tie for They werent the Last years 1717 tic with Florida State In the Florida Citrus Bowl came three days before Chrlstmai Georgias Kevin Butler barely missed a mammoth 70 yard field goal attempt on the final On three days after the Bulldogs settled for a 1313 deadlock with Arizona In the Sun Bowl as both teams missed field goal tries In the final 60 I feel a little different this year than I did last Georgia Coach Vlnce Dooley Last I felt we should have won the This Im more proud of the team for hanging in there and fighting hard throughout the On the other if Arizonas Max Zendcjas had made that Held I might be feel Ing a little bit different right Georgias Davis Jacobs was wide left on a 44yard at tempt with remaining and the third leading field goal kicker in NCAA history who had con nected from 22 and 52 yards sent a 39yard at wide to the right with four seconds The misses came after Georgia erased a 133 deficit In the first of the fourth quarter on a 45yard field goal by and Lars Tales 2yard leap over the line of scrimmage for a 2yard touchdown with Georgias plus missed field denied what would have been its first victory in five bowl I was thinking of the many time that he had been in this type of clutch situation and how many times hed come Dooley said of DePaul nips Longhorns ATLANTA AP A block by Dallas Comegys slowed down Texas John Brownlee long enough for 20 DePaul to pull out a 6362 victory over the Longhorns Saturday in the consolation game of the Cotton States Classic college basketball tourna was up 5958 with a lit tle more than one minute remaining when Comegys blocked a Brownlee Tony Jackson drew a foul in the subsequent scramble and then hit both ends of a oneandone to make it who led all scorers with got a basket with 17 which DePaul answered with free throws by Rod Strickland and Ter rence Brownlee scored another basket with one second remaining to pull Texas within but the game ended on the next play as the Longhorns in tercepted DePauls inbounds Texas opened a 10point lead 10 minutes into the only to be outscored 2611 to fall behind DePaul 3025 at the With the score 4444 and to DePaul scored 5 3 by to take the lead for Comegys was DePauls high with while Jackson added 13 and Greene contributed got 16 points from Patrick Fairs and 10 from Karl Tennessee NEW ORLEANS AP Rob Jones came up with a steal and an 8 foot jumper with left in the game to give Tennessee the lead for good In a victory over Texas in the con solation game of the Sugar Bowl tour Jones bucket came after a nine minute stretch in which the game was tied eight times and the lead changed three times as Tennessees Tony White and Don Marbury matched White finished with 22 points to lead all scorers for the night and Marbury finished with 18 to lead his Davidson Rice 47 AP Sophomore guard Derek Rucker scored 13 points to lead a balanced Davidson attack as the Wildcats stop perl Rice in the consolation game of the Music City Invitational basket ball Host Vanderbilt played Iowa State later for the championship Colorado Tech 62 LUBBOCK AP Torin Williams and Randy Downs each scored 14 points to ignite the University of Col orado to a nonconference victory over Texas The win upped Colorados record to Briefly Smlthson Valleys girls start district play and everybody else makes final preparations for district in local basketball action this The 87 on the meet New Braunfels in a non district game on then open 273A play with Cole on Fri Action starts Tuesday with a Junior varsity game at 1 while Fridays games start at 6 with the junior varsity All three local boys teams start the weeks action on The Smithson Valley ranked 19th in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches meet Devine at home in a pair of games beginning at 6 Devine whip ped the Rangers 7342 the last time the teams New Braunfels travels to Westlake for two games beginning at The game is the only meeting bet ween the teams this Canyon also heads going to Dei Valle for three games beginning at 5 The Cougars topped the high flying Cardinals 6260 earlier this The Smithson ValleyCole girls game is the biggest o four matchups that but the three boys teams also need the games to build momentum for district which starts 14 in District 134A and 10 in Canyons boys meet Boerne in three games beginning at The freshman game begins at at while the junior varsity game starts at 6 at New Braunfels returns home to meet Clemens for three games beginning at The Unicorns beat Clemens 5348 earlier this Smithson Valley travels to Marble Falls for three games beginning at 5 The Rangers have beaten the Mustangs varsity twice this Scoreboard On the air TELEVISION 11 11 Baseball Puerto Rican Mayguez Now Fofttbdl NFC wild card playoff Sen Francisco at New York 6 Hockey New York Islanders at WO NO AY TELEVISION 7 Football Freedom 7 Football Gator Florida State Local tporti MONDAY Soys bMketbaW Navy BraunJeJs nky vmijy S ipM CsnyCHJ Owhw varsity it SmMhWjn TUfilDAY junior varsity at New Boys basketball Smithson Valley junior varsity at Marble 6 Boys basketball Boerne junior varsity at 6 Girls basketball Cole junior varsity at Smithson College scores By Thf AesecleMd Frees Rhode IsJand Maine Rutgers 74 Puke Appalachian 46 Kentucky Louisville 64 Michigan 64 South Dakota 61 North Dakota Texas AJ 62 Dakota St Morninpside 62 Colorado Tews Tech 62 Hock TejisSiB Antonio 67 College bowl games By TIM AMABlatttf Todays Qame Junto varsity at Smithson 1 fMO Girto varsity at Canyon Louisiana 911 Game AtCiPeee Boys basketbaU Clemens Georgia 83 Florida Citrus Bowl At Ohio Brigham 11 2 Aloha Bowl At Honolulu Southern 821 Freedom Bowl At 74 Gator Bowl At Oklahoma Florida 83 Tuesdays BluebonnetBowl At Houston Air 11 83 Peach Bowl At Atlanta 641 AllAmerican Bow At Michigan Georgia 821 Wednesdays SuokistFieswBowl 92 Cotton Bowl At Dallas Texas 83 Parks office to stay open late The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Departments office on Golf Course Drive will remain open until 7 beginning this Registration for recreational sports and other matters usually handled at the Landa Recreation Center will be handled at the parks deparment Soccer team seeks donations The New Braunfels Shooters soc cer consisting of players ages 12 and needs help to send the players to the state tournament 1112 In El The team is trying to raise for the and is looking for people to sponsor individual To call team mother Judy Hell at HeraldZeitung deer contest wraps up The HeraldZeitungs deer contest is winding but hunters can still enter through the final week of the The contest is open to whitetailed deer killed in counties surrounding the New Braunfels All winners will be verified for sizes and Prizes will be awarded for most heaviest heaviest doe and a grand prize for the combina tion of most widest spread and heaviest The grand prize is a cailiber Magnum Ruger donated by Docs Other prizes are a guid ed striped bass fishing trip from Ca nyon Cake Tackle Shop and Guide a mounted quail under glass from Richardsons Taxidermy in Kingsville and a guided doe bunt for next season from Wildlife Manage ment in Honorable mention prizes were donated by Coleman Western Cutlery in Prizes will be awarded at a buffet supplied by Don Strange Catering in San Weigh in stations are at Fritzs Meat Market in New Jims Meat Market in Johnson City Lockers in Johnson Ci Eddies Quality Meat in San An tonio or anywhere that will verify weight and On Used Vehicles 1981 Buick LeSabre 4 Dr Green Power 1982 Buick Regal Limited 2 White AMFM Wire 1983 Nissan Stanza 4 Red 5 Cassette 1984 Dodge Wagon 8Pass Tutone Blue Power Cruise AMFM Royal 1983 Dodge 400 4 Tutone Brown 4 AMFM Vinyl Top 1982 Ford TBird White Vinyl AMFM Wire 1979 Ford LTD 4 White AMFM 1982 Plymouth Champ 4 Brown 4 1984 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Red 4 AMFM Power Win Wire 1982 Chrysler New Yorker 5th Avenue Brown Power Leather AMFM 8 CB 1982 Chrysler Town Country Wagon Gold 4 Power Locks AMf M 1983 Honda Accord 2 Grey 4 5 AMFM Cassette BECKER MOTOR COMPANY 547 SEGUIN NEW BRAUNFELS 6253413
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