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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas m CISD officials report all is well at Canyon m XXX m m tllByTOMLABlNSKl Editor The Canyon High School athletic departrrient is alive and very according to Coma The remarks came following Mondays Board of Trustees meeting in which the contract renewals for Canyons athletic director and head boys basket ball coach Were School board president Leroy Goodson said the renewals Were tabled because some items came up in executive session Monday night that the trustees wanted to Its no reflection on Goodson said Wednesday Some items came up during the executive session that we would like the superintendent to look into just the normal concerns that board members receive from time to The teaching contracts of Athletic Director Troy Burch and David boys head basket ball were Good son The coaching contracts can be renewed at the boards next meeting in Reports that the Canyon Booster Club was cited for ques tionable activities were er Goodson How that came I dont It might have been my I might not have made myself There were some concerns by booster club members that we wanted to he Superintendent Bill Brown declined to specify the areas of but said they were general goals for a school ding as rapidly as When you have grown like we you have growing he We sat idle here for years and years and all of a sud were just Weve done this sort of thing with teachers and with this is really nothing Brown said of tabling the coaching con There are some goals wed like to accomplish with Troy and his staff and Wed like to discuss them with him before we get into another I think things will work out down the per Brown who had been employed with the Comai for 15 said he would have no trouble working with the board on its This whole thing can be cleared up with some rational I think everything will be just Everything just got a little out of hand with all the he Booster Club President Phillip Endicott said athletic department would benefit from the I feel like this will be a very growing experience for Canyon High he I feel like Coach Burch and his staff have always done an excellent job in develop ing a good high school Coach Burch has built the pro gram up to where it is a highly respected athletic Endicott gymnast Statebound Caddell of New Braunfels ison her way to the State Gym nastics Federation Class III Optional Championships in Houston in the daughter of Bonnie and Charlie was one of eight gymnasts in her division to qualify for the state meet from the South semifinals in Corpus Christi this past Caddell placed fourth out of 24 competitors in the 15andolder all around event at the Corpus Christi Athletic She clinched her spot in her last the floor Brandie scored a on the floor for a third place She also took fourth on the seventh on the vault and eighth on the uneven meeting highlights Regional semis Tribble trial expected By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While Reggie Williams runs the show for Danny Manning pretty much is the show for The two firsUeam AllAmericans will be on display tonight oh the basketball court in a Southeast Regional semifinal game at Freedom Hall in The fourthranked Hoyas and 20thrated Jayhawks meet in the nightcap of the regional The other game has 9 Alabama against Two other pretty good both firstteam AllAmerica will be involved in regional play guards Kenny Smith of North Carolina and Steve Alford of At tonights East Regional in East its 2 North Carolina facing 18thrated Notre and Florida against 10 In Friday night regional topranked NevadaLas Vegas takes on Wyoming and sixth ranked Iowa plays Oklahoma at The Midwest action is in with 3 Indiana opposing 17 Duke and 5 DePaul playing Louisiana The smooth who has averaged points a assumed the leadership role on the young Hoyas this He is the only senior of consequence for John Thompsons Big East cham who have won 12 straight games and are 28 Two teammates of Caddells from the San Marcos Saltos Gymnastics Schools Schplitz team also competed in the Laura daughter of Beverley and Reece Mor and Anna daughter of Diane and Lupe all of San were among the 70 gym nasts in the 1214 age The three are coached by Cindy The group of qualifiers were motivated by the presence of the strong Houston led by coach Bela Karolyi and stars Christy Phillips and Phoebe The state championship will take place April 45 at the Woodlands in WASHINGTON AP The lawyer representing Brian the man accused of providing University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias with the cocaine that killed said that there is no reasonable possibility that the case will be settled out of Thomas Morrow has until May 25 to prepare his defense for The originally scheduled to go to court earlier this has been delayed due to litigation surrounding additional charges against Tribble is one of three men alleged ly in Bias dormitory room last June 19 when the allAmerica and top draft pick of the Boston Celtics collapsed FOUR Williams scored 24 points and kept the Hoyas under control last weekend as they chipped away at a 15point Ohio State lead and won Hes a and hes a breadandbutter Manning said of the Gfoot7 If he cant hes going to get the ball to so meone who can score or get in position to draw the Kansas Coach Larry Brown is concerned that his players cant match up with We dont have anybody who can guard Brown said of We have to hope hes not shooting extremely well and were not giving him cheap a Final Four team last is The 611 Manning scored a careerhigh 42 points in Kansas 6763 victory over Southwest Missouri State in a secondround game at The other Southeast contest figures to be a bat tle between Providences homerun hitters and Alabamas construction The are led by longrange bombers Billy bonovaifand Ernie Pop and have hit 256 3point most in the North seeks to avenge a regular season loss to the who have won their1 Tast 11 The Tar Heels were overpowering In beating Penn 113fe2 and Michigan I099rln the first two Notre beat Tvliddle Tennessee Stale 8471 and edged Texas Christian Just being in an NCAA tournament game takes care of the Smith said of the revenge We dont need a Smith may have his hands full with David Notre Dames fine point As Rivers will with Smith both are score in double figures and lead their teams in assists and Thelrish beat the Tarllccls 6058 1 at South Smith was sidelined that day with a knee injury and was forced to undergo ar throscopy We know and understand that Kenny Smith will be playing for 40 minutes this Notre Dame Coach Digger Phelps said Its no secret who they are and how good they are has been the surprise team of the region while playing in its first NCAA tourney It has beaten North Carolina State and No 7 playing at home in the first two took Georgia Southern and Western Kentucky Tennis Continued from Page 1 The NBTA primarily uses the ten nis courts at New Braunfels High Those are quality but there is an increasing problem of coordinating NBTA and general public activities around the schools court Its a good bad news said The high school courts are becoming more difficult to get because the in terest in tennis and the quality of the coaches at the high school level are using those courts more and more and more as they develop their Thats the good The bad news is for the general it leaves less and less he If it wasnt for the school districts allowing the general public to use those courts when the school is not using I dont think there would be anything said the association has to work hard to get one Satur day per month for its fun tour naments because New and Smithson Valley have the courts tied up the other three Saturdays during the school year in many One of the fun tournaments will be this Saturday at the New Braunfels High School Membership with the NBTA is en but not a necessity to David New Braunfels tennis coach and former president of the said the association has been a boon to The association has done a lot for me as a said explaining that the NBTA helped with the cost of the last resurfacing job on the NBTA also split the costs for the wind screens that cover the fence surrounding the Having public courts has its drawbacks for the including leaving them open to vandalism motor oil was spilled onto the courts and one of the wind screens has been I think that was straight van said Mueller 1 dont think a tennis player would do Another albeit a correc table to go along with facility limitations is that the New Braunfels courts lights have not been functioning for a couple of Once the sun goes so does any tennis If and when the lights are fix that would double the tennis facilitys playing after the sun goes said Young It would bo a super thing for that to NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry said that in a recent con versation with New Braunfels Utilities Manager Bob equip ment has been ordered by Utilities for the installation of four poles with four banks of lights apiece at the Bradberry said that an agreement among and the city provides that from each entity will be paid for the lights Sohn was outoftown and unavailable for comment Its not as if the NBTA hasnt tried to find a site for a tennis com plex of its own Five years the NBTA ac quired money to buy land for a ten nis center exhaustive ef forts by the association and the city failed to find a suitable piece of We are looking for a place to put in tennis said Tom another former president and active member of the NBTA Were not looking for a golden facility In October of million of an NBTA President Young above says tennis is booming in the area once you imd a place to play Photo by Leslie Knewaldt million bond issue passed before the city part of the million that died at the polls includ ed plans for a tennis complex as well as several other recreational facilities It is the NBTAs contention that just because the bond issue didnt doesnt mean the need isnt still said Young Players in the NBTA are ranked in three categories and C The Alevel players are highly skill ed and often play m United Stales Tennis Association sanctioned tour naments Blevel players are good players with some experience and level plaers anbeginners Several NBTA players are state ranked in their respective age groups including Dr Pete Forney and Kay Smith NBTA generates monies or junior development and sends young to tennis camps or a chance at scholarships Membership in the association does not require a large bank ac count Fees per year are for 18 and or and for a family Cowboys white nabbed with OWI DALLAS AP Pallas Cowboys defensive tackle Randy White was arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge after a minor traffic police said today White was arrested about Wednesday in North charged with PWI and jailed said investigator Hollis He said White refused to take a breathalyzer After posting a White was released from kew Sterrett Justice Center about 6 the investigator Edwards said he had no details about the arrest or about the traffic accident in which no one was There was no answer at Whites home telephone Cowboys spokesman Poug Todd confirmed the but saicj he had not talked to White about the incident and did not know how to reach New NPl limits piss rushers Hawaii AP Chicago Coach Mike whose Bears won the 198S Super Bowl in large lyre because of their pass is aware that the new limitations on pass rushers may hurt his team t than hes all for Y9M your whole time trying to teach a guy to get qujrterfeack and now youve got to change whats habit with pitka said Thursday as the mmsly approved a new ryle that will force pjsj ryghers up more qujckly after a passer gljl agi fojr violence against the quarter m m m thf fnjLerlajtoent bMsmess the flwsrtftofc tin gwy people waat to Tftg wfeicli to pjujU up after owe tosteM if jjhj present two after the passer releases the was one of a long list of many of them somewhat taken at the owners meeting Among them A change in the scheduling format that gives fourth place who now play the same schedules as first place teams in their an easier schedule It doesnt take effect until the 1988 season Putting the ball in play on an outofbounds kickoff at the 35 in most cases instead of rekicking with a fiveyard penalty Its designed to encourage runbacks and speed up the game Defeating a move to change the overtime system by playing all games to a finish instead of ending them in a tie after 15 H also would have allowed each team to get the ball at least once in Oliiuwon dominates in Roektt win AP Houston Coach Bill Fitch says Rockets center Akeem Olajuwon keeps proving to people why he deserved to be an AllStar this Olajuwon scored 25 pulled down is blocked seven shots and keyed i pivotal JH rvjn late in the third period Wednesday night as Houston beat dealing the Suns their fifth straight NJBA Akeem played a great He was real active Fitch played life the Ailstai that he is and I think people can see why he was He really got us Olajuwon had eight of his 14 firsthalf pflMs in the se conjd iAClwding seven His fiyf blojcfced shots in the pjerio4 set a new Arizona Veterans Cojisewn record and his six at the hall ajwtoer arena The spore was tied after fjjrsi period Sieve Hams jumper with left jjnitu Houston ahead to stay at 0 the air i IP en A U Today s College basketball NCAA regional Alabama vs i urk NlW Central East Rutherlord N J ilui lila III HUM 2a6 Sorih i i Notre 8 College basketball NCAA regional North Carolina vs Notre KENS 1Q 30 College basketball NCAA regional Florida KENS tape delay Detroit Atlanta liuago Indiana WESTERN 44 42 1 25 22 2b U U 42 IkiT 618 12 U i Championship Saturday s Game At East N J N aruluu Notre Jam Klurida i aiUM w inner inner College basketball NCAA regional ESPN Fro basketball Denver at WTBS p m Boxing Avery Hauls vs Mike heavyweight ESPN 9 College basketball NCAA regional KENS 11 30 College basketball NCAA regional semifinal KENS Midwest Division Local sports Baseball Smithson Valley atSouthside Baseball Hays at New Baseball Canyon at Fredertcksjjurg AJJ Track 4 Field NeW and SmJthson Valley ajld girls at the KerrviUe Tivy Antler 2 Soccer Hays at Smithson Sftccer Boerne at Canyon 23 30 31 38 42 45 x Dallas tUh Houston Denver San Autumo Sacramento Pacific Division x LA Lakers Portland Seattle Golden State Phoenix LA Clippers jiclinched playoff spot Wednesdays Boston Milwaukee 102 Philadelphia Atlanta w7 Denver CleveJajad New Jersey Detroit 112 LA Lasers 97 42 36 35 28 24 20 52 40 34 32 24 11 14 25 33 34 41 52 WO 545 424 364 3U8 788 615 5U7 485 369 175 Indiana New Seattle Washington Chicago at LA Clippers PorUand Golden State Dallas at Saerajijentp NCAA 18 11 2U Semifinals Todav s Games At K Providence Georgetown 284 Kansas 25 HI Championship Saturday s Games At Ky Providence Alabama winner VS Georgetown Kansas winner Midwest Regional Sernilmals Friday s Games At Cincinnati 28 vs Louisiana 2314 26 v 248 Championship Sundays At Cincinnati Indiana puke winner vs DePaul Lpuisiana St winner vyesi Regional AJ Seattle vs W Nevada Las 249 Championship 18 727   

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