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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports PageSA New Texas 1987 Hall of Fame adds 5 players to ranks DERYL Phototraphw Tara Cappleman left and Renata Rittimann were two of 11 players named to the Class 4A AllState volleyball team Two Cougarettes AllState Rittimann and Cappleman receive highest honors Two members of Canyons State finalist volleyball team were named to the Class 4A AllState as voted on by the high school Tara Cappleman and Renata Rit timann learned this week that they were two of 11 Class 4 A players nam ed to the a senior and a senior led the Cougarettes to a 2611 record and a berth in the State playoffs in Canyon downed Justin Northwest in the semifinals before losing to Lamesa in the title Cougarette Coach Donna Boehle said her two players were most deserving of the We had such a great and they were such a big part of They deserve she They are very excited about Also named to the team is setter Gina Rodriguez of Channel view and hitters Kim Rice of Alneatha Cox of Monique Mason of Charlene Barland of Jamie Inman and Molly Morrison of Conroe Oakridge and Donna Johnson and Susan Thompson of In Capplemans team mates on the 198687 Volleyball Ail Star team were Cap pieman will play in the annual event in Completing the West AllStar team are Becky Martin of Erin Fogarty of San Antonio Patricia Guerrero of Grand Kristi Giray of Rhonda Schoaf of San Priscilla Aguillar of Cyd Doherty of Amarillo Monique Mason of Becky Gasch of San Antonio Mary Mollon of Dun canville and Ericka Hollins of Con verse Upandcoming Breland faces a boxer on the ropes ATLANTIC AP Mark whose boxing future appears and Harold fac ed with a last tangle tonight for the World Boxing Association welterweight Should Breland as he will be in position to become a star of professional boxing as he was of amateur boxing in which he won world and Olympic welterweight A loss by the 30yearold Volbrecht would almost cer tainly end his quest for a world He bid for the WBA 147pound class championship April and was knocked out in the fifth round by Pipino Cuevas at Should Volbrecht win most boxing people would con sider that a major upset he would be a champion without a The WBA has suspended South Africa because of its racial policy of It will allow South Africans to fight for world but will not sanction any champion ship fights in South I would like to defend it at Volbrecht But it doesnt really The title is the Sports World AP For the first time in its 28 all of the inductees to the Basketball Hall of Fame in one year will be And these five men could Walt Rick Barry and Pete three men known for their varied styles of play during the and Bob Houbregs and Bobby who played during the 1940s and have been selected for in duction into the Hall of it was announced In each of the previous years when the Hall of Fame announced induc there was at least one non player It will be all players this year when the ceremionies are held on May Frazier narrowly missed selection each of the past two He is the fifth player from the New York Knicks 1973 championship to be in who lives in his native joined the Knicks in 1967 after playing college ball at Division II Southern He was named to Gedman rejects Astros offer HOUSTON AP Contract negotiations between the Houston Astros and former Boston Bed Sox catcher Rich Gedman ended after Gedman rejected a million threeyear team officials said Gedmans Jack told the Astros Thursday that the offer made Tuesday had been considered rejected and that Gedman would not otter a counter team spokesman Chuck Pool I would say the talks have broken fOD Unless they make a counter I would guess things are over and done New bill would allow night games at Wrigley AP A biJJ was introduced in the Illinois Senate to change a state law and allow the Chicago Cubs to play night baseball at Wrigley the only major league stadium without The bill introduced by Doris would delete a portion of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act that applies nighttime noise emission regulations to profes sional football and soccer The existing law has effectively barred the Cubs from playing night games because Wrigley Field is in a heavily populated residential area of Mcgnroe reach quarterfinals PHILADELPHIA AP Second seeded Jimmy Connors and foMrth seedfid John McEnroe advanced U the quflftertlwals oj the Pro Indoor Twoto six National Basketball Association allstar and seven alldefensive teams during his 13 years with the Knicks and In the 1973 championship game he had 36 19 assists and seven Fraziers backcourtmate on that Earl was among n persons selected by a screening com mittee for possible but he failed to receive the 18 votes needed for election from the 24member Honors Barry is now a television sport He was named to allstar teams 10 times during a 14year pro fessional career that included four years in the American Basketball Association with Washington and New York and 10 years in the NBA with Golden with which he won an NBA and the nations top col legiate scorer for three years at Loui siana still holds the NCAA career scoring record of points in 83 and points scored in one in when he averag ed a He led the NBA in scoring in He was named to four allstar teams during his 10year which in cluded stints with New Utah and a threetime All was the University of Washingtons leading scorer in when the Huskies finished third in the NCAA scoring 49 points against 45 against Seattle and 42 against Louisiana He played professionally for the both in Fort Wayne and the Baltimore Bullets and briefly in Boston and Before becoming general sales manager for Converse Houbregs served as general manager of the Seattle SuperSonics from played for the Rochester Royals for 10 years before retiring in In he was nam ed the first basketball coach at John Fisher College in Rochester and has held that post ever Hobbled Smith returns to lead Carolina win By The Associated Press Kenny North Carolinas senior point has had a rather hectic schedule over the past eight days a careerhigh 4 points against Clem arthroscopic surgery on left released from hospital as teammates lose 1 ranking after loss to Notre to starting lineup and score a game high 21 points as Tar Heels beat North Carolina State 96 And hows the Kenny Its definitely not 100 Smith I could have dunked it but it didnt feel like I had a great deal of His performance Thursday night lifted the 3 Tar Heels to the easy road victory as the New York native and freshman Reid combined for North Carolinas first 14 with Smith hitting two 3point field Kenny Smith was great from the opening 3pointer to the final North Carolina State Coach Jim The Tar Heels are 192 overall and undefeated in eight Atlantic Coast Conference The Wolfpack are 129 and In other games involving ranked teams Thursday 1 NevadaLas Vegas routed Utah State 11378 6 Temple beat Rhode Island 8775 7 Purdue defeated Wisconsin 7062 and 14 Illinois downed Nor thwestern 1 UNLV Utah State 78 The Runnin Rebels broke the 100point mark for the fourth consecutive game and the llth time this season as they built leads of as much as Armon Gilliam led NevadaLas 221 overall and 100 in the Pacific Coast Athletic with 22 The Aggies are 1112 and 6 Temple Rhode Island 75 Nate Blackwell scored 31 21 on 7of10 shooting on 3point field goal and Ramon Rivas added a careerhigh 22 points and 13 rebounds as the Owls re mained unbeaten in the Atlantic 10 The Owls are Rhode 138 and has never beaten Temple in the 20game series which began in 7 Purdue Wisconsin 62 Three 3pointers in the closing minutes finally gave Purdue its 20th consecutive victory over the Badgers since 1977 and its 26th in 27 games since The Boilermakers moved into a tie for second place in the Big Ten with Iowa at one game behind Wisconsin is 1112 and Both NB teams looking to increase playoff hopes Fifthseeded Tim Mayotte also ad vanced but sixthseeded Emilio Sanchez of Spain fell to 11 Jakob masek of Switzerland With the defeat Wednesday of top seeded Mats Wilander and 3 Brad only three of the top eight seeds remain in contention 9 Milon Srejber of Czechoslovakia defeated seventh seeded Tim wtlkison 62 Thursday to win the right to face Con who defeated Scott Davis who defeated Tomas Smid of Czechoslovakia will meet ffiaske in the Writers vote Clemens top athlete FOBT WORTH 4P Pifecbey Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox was voted the 1986 Pro AtWete of Year by the Texas Sports Writers Tonights District 134A basketball games will go a long way toward determining postseason playoff posi especially for both New Braunfels For the Unicorn a win over Samuel Clemens would keep them assured of staying at least a half game behind Kerrville Tivy and The Unicorns are looking to avenge their loss to the Buffaloes in the first meeting of the two Tipoff time is 8 Tivy will host Smithson Valley while Fredericksburg travels to eighthplace In the game of least consequence to the playoff lastplace Ca nyon plays sixthplace Hays at Cougar Gym at A victory for the Unicorn girts at Schertz Clemens will be equally im portant for the their playoff New Braunfels should have little trouble with the seventhplace Buf The Unicorns are in a tie for third with at behind and 10 The two frontrunners will do battle in a pivotal If Fredericksburg it was Just about lock up a post season berth for the Lady Hays hosts topsyturvy Canyon The Cougarettes defeated the Lady Rebels in the first contest and another rough battle is likely to take Sroithson Vattey will play fifth place Tiyy at Ranger Qyro at 8 District 134 A Wop 10 w 9 9 4 5 3 i 1 The Clemens shown here playing Smithson will meet New Braunfels tonight KerrviWeTiyy NewBrauntels Clemens WRV Heys Valley 2 2 2 3 7 7 9 10 11 aunfels Hays Sroithsgn Valley at KerrvUte Tivy FredericKsburg Boerne LoctoarUdie cists FretotcWMjrg 12 Boeme 10 NewBraunfelb 9 Hays 9 Kerrville Tivy Canyon Clemens Smithson Valley 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