New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 13, 1987, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Pago6 Herald-Zattuoff. New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, January 13,1907 Halford's late shot lifts Indiana#85-84 By The Associated Press Hts team was trailing by one point. There were eight seconds to play and he had to take the ball the length of the court. Steve Alford did. Alford, Indiana’s senior guard, made a short jumper with one second remaining Monday night to give the fourth-ranked Hoosiers an 85-84 Big Ten Conference victory over Michigan. “I just happened to get it through three guys and fortunately I got the shot off and it bounced around and went in,” Alford said, sounding humble while describing a great shot. Alford’s heroics were set up by a tenacious Michigan defense in the second half that enabled the Wolverines to overcome a 73-58 Indiana lead with 8: IO left. The Wolverines might have had their fourth straight victory over Indiana but Gary Grant made only the front end of a l-and-l with eight seconds to play, setting the stage for Alford's game-winning shot. In other games involving members of The Associated Press’ Top Twenty Monday night, No. 9 Georgetown beat Villanova 80-73; No. 12 Clemson remained undefeated with a 108-55 victory over Florida International; No. 15 Alabama defeated South Carolina 73-63; No. 16 Oklahoma beat Louisiana State 94-85; No. 18 Pittsburgh downed Duquesne 102-77; and No. 19 Navy edged George Mason 59-57. No. 9 Georgetown 80, Villanova 73 The Hoyas had to hold off a furious rally by Villanova, as the Wildcats trimmed a 21-point halftime deficit to three with 1:35 remaining in the Big East Conference game played at The Spectrum. Reggie Williams, Georgetown’s only senior, scored 2« points, but it was the free-th row shooting of freshmen guards Mark Tillmon and Dwayne Bryant that made the difference No. 12 Clemson 108, Florida Int. 55 Clemson broke the 100-point mark for the fourth time this season, set a school record for blocked shots and remained one of the five undefeated Division I teams as the Tigers pounded the visiting Division II Sunblazers. Horace Grant, who played Just 20 minutes, scored 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Clemson, 14-0 Florida International is 4-7. No. 15 Alabama 73, South Carolina 63 Jim Farmer scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Crimson Tide. 11-2, to its eighth consecutive victory. Alabama never trailed. South Carolina is 7-6. No. 16 Oklahoma 94, LSU 85 Oklahoma outscored Louisiana State 34-18 from the freethrow line as it improved to 10-3 with a win in Oklahoma City. Tim McCalister aided the Sooners from beyond the 3-point line, making he made five long-range jumpers as part of his game-high 29 points. Louisiana State is 9-7. Bosworth may stay a Sooner NEW YORK (AP) - All America linebacker Brian Bosworth says ha may delay his pro football career and play one more season at Oklahoma because he wants to win another national championship. ‘i’ve already won one (in 1985) and I think we’d have a good chance to do it again next season.” he said Monday following an appearance on NBC's "Late Night With David Letterman.” Bosworth said if he had to make a decision today, he would stay in college. ‘i’d like to stay where I’m comfortable.” he said, “and right now that’s Oklahoma ” Bosworth said he will make hie decision by April 13, the last day college players who plan to graduate early can declare themselves eligible for the NFL draft. The flamboyant Sooner is scheduled to graduate in May, but could play another season at Oklahoma because he was red-shuted his first year. Bosworth said he plans to talk to OhlFfrof* Coach Barry Swiller before making a decision. Last Monday, Switser said he didn’t want Bosworth to return for his senior lesson. Switser changed his mind the next day after Bosworth apologised for his behavior during the psst season. The NCAA banned Bosworth from the Orange Bowl after he tested positive for started use Despite the ban, he showed up at the New Year's tame wearing a T-shirt that referred to the NCAA as “National Com-moists Against Athletes.” “I think the shut was the final -trw ” Mid Bosworth, who claimed a doctor prescribed the steroid for an injury Twas just trying to stand up !iW-ri«hu, bMt» w«»y» wwy mm vMch the nth PUB and no one PartMr) Al B*»*A    ■*** •’•W- much out th* door College scores By The Associated Press EAST Georgetown SO, Villanova 73 Georgia SW 73. Southern Tech 61 Hofstra 75. Delaware 58 Iona 77. Fordham 68 Marshall 81, E. Tennessee St62 Niagara 108. Maine 58 Pittsburgh 102, Duquesne 77 Rider 82. Utica 74 Seton Hall 80, Brown 66 Yale 69. Lafayette 63 SOUTH Alabama 73, South Carolina 63 American U 69. James Madison 67 Catawba 71, Pembroke St . 68 Clemson 108, Florida Intl. 55 Davidson 61. W. Carolina 57 Fast Carolina 56. William & Mary 52 E. Kentucky 69. Youngstown St 66 Florida St 83, Stetson 75 Georgia Tech 81, Old Dominion 64 Grambling 81, Alcorn St 57 Kentucky 57. Mississippi St . 49 lxHiisiana Tech 97. SW Louisiana 70 McNeese St 79, Chicago St 65 54 Memphis St. 67, St. Louis I Morehead St. 62. Akron 52 Navy 59, George Mason 7 New Orleans 78, Lamar 57 I 60 N C.-Wilmington 84, Richmond 63 SE Louisiana 89, W. New Mexico 62 VMI 68, Appalachian St. 64 Wake Forest 74, Lehigh 51 W. Kentucky 79, Va. Commonwealth 70 0 MI OWK ST Butler 76, Detroit 66 Evansville 73, Oral Roberts 62 Illinois St. 81, S. Illinois 70 Indiana 85, Michigan 74 Kansas St. 79, Wichita St. 67 ixiyola. III. 81, Xavier. Ohio 79 Marquette 78, W. Michigan 76, OT Notre Dame 67, Creighton 54 SOUTH WK ST Oklahoma M, Louisiana St 85 Pan American 64. St. Mary’s. Texas 59. OT Rice 94, Trinity, Texas 42 Texas-San Antonio IU. Texas-Arlington 93 Texas Southern 77, Alabama St. 72 PAR WK ST Cal-Irvine 83, Pacific 77 Colorado 76, California 61 No. 18 Pittsburgh 102# Duquesne 77 The intracity rivalry isn’t ytoat it used to be aa the Panthers cruised to their fifth consecutive victory over Duquesne. Charles Smith had 27 points and 17 rebounds and Jerome Lane had 21 points and 12 rebounds as the Panthers, 11-3, outrebounded Duquesne 51-32. Tony Petrarca led the Dukes, 6-8, with 22 points. No. 19 Navy 59, George Mason 57 David Robinson, despite being triple-teamed at times, scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Midshipmen to the Colonial Athletic Association road victory. The 7-foot-l senior center scored 13 of Navy’s 28 second-half points as a rally by George Mason, 8-7 and 1-2, fell short. Navy, 9-3 and 4-1, clinched the victory with two free throws by Carey Manhertz with 14 seconds, remaining. Landry likes the Giants DALLAS (AP) — Tom Landry, whose Dallas Cowboys were responsible for one of two losses by the New York Giants this year, picks the NFC champions to win the Super Bowl over the Denver Broncos—but just bardy. “It’s hard not to like the Giants the way they are playing,” said Landry, who was a Giants assistant before taking over the Cowboys in i960. While his mind favors New York. Landry said his heart is with the Denver Broncos and Coach Dan Reeves. "My sentiment is with Danny,” Landry said. “He’s one of my former players and coaches and I’ll be pulling for him." Landry 's Cowboys nipped the Giants 31-28 in the season opener but fell 17-14 later in the season when Dallas also lost quarterback Danny White to a broken wrist. Dallas lost 29-14 to Denver in a meeting at Mile High Stadium. “Usually the best defensive team wins in the Super Bowl,” Landry said. “I think the Giants have the best defense, but we learned Denver is pretty good, too. “I think it will be very close. I don’t subscribe to the blow-out theory .” The Giants are eight-point favorites over the Broncos. “Denver won’t be able to run much, so it will rffperte on what kind of game (quarterback John) Elway has,” Landry said. “He had a great game against Clevdand and that could carry over.” Landry said he talked by telephone with Reeves on Monday. “Danny was excited,” Landry said. “We talked about that 98-yard (game-tying touchdown) drive against Cleveland. You don’t see many of those.” Asked if Reeves wanted any Ups on beating the Giants, Landry laughed. “Are you kidding?” Landry said. “He doesn’t need my advice. He’s in the Super Bowl and I’m on crutches.” Landry recently underwent surgery to repair an old football knee injury. Cappleman selected to All-Star West squad Canyon senior Tara Cappleman has been selected to play In the Texas High School Volleyball All-Star Game in Austin on July IO. Cappleman, a hitter for the state runner-up Cigarette team, was named to the team after voting by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. Cappleman is one of 12 athletes who will play for the West team. The game will be played at Burger Center. Cappleman is the third player from Canyon to be honored with an appearance in the state all-star game. Cindy Vordenbaum and Stephanie Burch also were selected to the all-star teams. “This will be a super experience for her,” said Cougarette Coach Donna Boehle. “It’s extremely exciting and will be a great experience.” Cappleman will meet her teammates and begin four days of practice on July 7. Canyon compiled a 25-10 season record to reach the state tournament for the fourth time in school history. After a victory over Justin Northwest in the first game of the state tournament. the Cigarettes fell to Lamesa in the finals. Cappleman In action during the state tournament in November Scoreboard On the air TURfOAY 7 pm - Hockey: Pittsburg* at N.Y, Mandan. ESPN. 7 p m — Basketball: Texas at Texas AAM, USA. 7:06p m - Basketball Philadelphia at IO p m - America's Cup. Challenger's finals, ESPN WKOMBOOAV i pm'— Basketball: W. Kentucky at Jacksonville, ESPN. 7:30 p.m. — Basketball: Memphis St. at Oral Roberts. KURT Basketball: N. CamUaa at • pm /Hpala. Rim lpm — America'sQg; Challenger's MN*. HTN. Local sports (scrimmage) 4 p m. — Soccer : New Braunfels at San Marcos (scrimmage). 4:30 pm. -Soccer: Central Catholic a1 Smithson Valley (scrimmage). & p m - Boys Basketball: Boerne at Smithson Valley, frosh. JV, Varsity. 6 pm. - Boys Basketball: Braunfols at Hays, frosh, JV, Vanity. 5 p m —Girts Basketball: Hays at Now Braunfels, frosh, JV, Varsity. 6 p m - Girts Basketball: Smithson Valley at Beams, frosh, JV. Vanity. 6 p m - Girls Basketball: Canyon at Kerrville Ttvy, frosh, JV. Vanity. • p m. - Boyo Basketball: Kerrville Ttvy si Canyon, from, JV, Vanity. 4 pm - teemr Canyon at TM •pm. •    _    _____ finkhson Valley, Ml JV, Vanity. I pm - Beys lateotboll: Canyon at New Braunfels, from, JV. Vanity. I pm - Girts BaskatballTkmlthson Valley at Lockhart, (rub. JV, Vanity. Utah 31 IS JIB I Salwrier Houston lf i ll .486 6* ti ii — Soccer: New Braunfels at Denver lf i 31 417 a Roosevelt (scrimmage). Sacramento i I a .366 13 6 pm — Soccer: McCollum at San Antonio i I a .367 13* Smithson Valley (scrimmage). PacMk Division 1 a .771 NBA LA. Laten si — Portland 39 I 14 J32 6 ey The Associates Frees Gold* State 30 I 16 666 7* BASTSRNCONFBBBNCB Seattle lf 16 .646 a Anoetic Of vista* W L Pct. BB Phoenix u I 31 460 13 Boston a ie rn LA. nippon . 4 I 31 .114 a Philadelphia ta ta .643 6 Monday's Bomos Washington ta I? .614 a VateMion US, Bacraaamte lit AtlanteTa, LA. Cllppon 116 New York ti a MI ii IU mm laMgu to SI rn IS* District 13-4A Atlanta a a .va mm Detroit it ta Mn s BOVI Milwaukee a 14 JU SN Team we* Lest Chicago if u .646 $ amarna I I Indiana IT IT jai rn Fradmtduburg I I Cleveland M a JU Wk NewlmmSSa I I WBITBRN CONFBBBNCB 4 I * Hays 3 3 Degas a a MMI mm . lorkkart 3 3 Smithson Valley Canyon Today's Valley Kerrville Tivy at Canyon New Braunfels at Hays Clemens vs. Lockhart Fredericksburg Idle BIRLS Fredericksburg Hays New Braunfels Canyon Kerrville Ttvy Valtay Hays at New n-------.a    V^MIUflbn, UBI™ M MoTvlHf ilwjr Lockhart va. CMmmeM Fishin’ pond The spring fed pool at Landa Park is stocked with fish and ready for everyone with a rod and reel to try their lock at catching 'the big one.' Program director Marcus Tonish said there are approximately 1,500 small fish left in the pool and iust enough of the big ones to go around. There is a catch limit of two big UHLIK KR IR WALDT/Staff fish and three small fish per day. The pool opens at IO a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. This is the second consecutive year the pool has been stocked with fish, and already this year's turnout has been good. A children's tournament attracted 156 kids on Sunday. Resisting arrest, battery charges filed against Met TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — An attorney for Dwight Gooden says no decision has boon made on how the New York Mats pitcher might plead to charges arising from a Dec. 13 altercation with Tampa police that ended with the arrest of the star right-hander and four companions. Formal charges were filed Monday Gooden, 22, and three other men In the case. Each was charged with resisting an officer with violence, while Gooden alone was charged by the Hillsborough County state attorney’s office with battery on a law enforcement officer. A fourth defondant was referred to Juvenile authorities, State Attorney BUI James said. “I want to make it crystal-clear to everybody within the community that I view these particular offenses as among the most serious we investigate,” James told reporters. “I can assure this community that these cases wUl be dealt with in a very stem fashion.” Tho two third-degree felony charges against Gooden, who posted a 174 record in helping the Meta to the world championship last season, both carry a maximum sentence of five years In prison and a $5,000 fine. Ron Cacciatore, an attorney for Gooden, said he had not had an opportunity to talk with Charles Ehriich, another lawyer tor the baseball player, or review the specific charges. He added that a decision has not bean —aguilt possible Gooden strategy at a Jan. 21 arraignment. Ehriich was in a meeting Monday afternoon and did not return a telephone eau from The Associated Praos. Jim Neader, Gooden’s agent, said: “Dwight and I have no comment.” However, Ehriich told Newsday today that the Wing of charges was not a surprise and did not preclude an agreement. “I anticipated this,” Ehriich said. “Dwight also anticipated this; we both knew it was just a matter of time untU formal charges wore filed. “Today's action means the chartae won’t be dropped, but they could conceivably be reduced. No (feel has been worked out, but any number of possibilities stUl exist," he said. "No final decision has bosn made. I don’t, expect he could got any Jeu time. He's a first offender... (Jail time) is usuaUy reserved for guys with records and bad attitudes ” ;

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