New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 19, 1987, Page 10

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March 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports ■ CISDofficials report I all is well at Canyon By TOM LABINSKI    concern, but said they were •Iii Sports Editor    general goals for a school expan- lii    ding as rapidly as Canyon. The Canyon High School    “When you have grown like we ill; athletic department is alive and    have, you have growing pains.” ||i; very well, according to Comal    he said “We sat idle here for ji|| I.S D. officials.    years and years and all of a sud- The remarks came following    den, we're just booming. I    Monday s Board of Trustees    -vve ve done this sort of thing meeting in which the contract    with teachers and with principals, renewals for ( ancon s athletic    ,h|s js rea|, ^ npw Brown director and head boys basket    said of tabling the coaching con- s;;; ball coach were tabled.    tracts || School board president Leroy ,.There    ls    wed    hke Goodson said the renewals were    , accomplish with Troy and his tabled because some items came    s(a(( and we d „ke |0 djscuss them II up in executive session Monday    h him    , jmo night that the trustees wanted to    anolher contract , lhlnk ,hings stU.. ca    ,    .    ,,    will work out down the road. per- ;    -It s no reflec ton on anybody    sonally. 'Brown said Good son said Wednesday night “Some items came up during the Burch, who had been    employed ^executive session that we would    with the Comal IS. D. for    15 years. iii like the superintendent to look into    said he would have no trouble ll — just the normal concerns that    working with the board on its •i| board members receive from    goals Iii    time to time ”    “This    w hole thing    can be The teaching contracts of both    cleared up with some rational Athletic Director Troy Burch and    thinking I think everything will David Taylor, boys' head basket    be just fine Everything just got a ball coach, were renewed. Good    little out of hand with all the son said The coaching contracts    publicity.” he said can be renewed at the board's    Booster Club President Phillip next meeting in April    Endicott said ultimately, the Reports that the Canyon    athletic department would benefit Booster Club was cited for "ques-    from the scrutiny turnable activities” were er-    “I feel like this will be a very roneous. Goodson said    positive, growing experience for “How that came about. I don't    Canyon High School." he said know It might have been my    “Personally. I feel like Coach fault. I might not have made    Burch and his staff have always myself clear There were some    done an excellent job in develop concerns by booster club    mg a good high school progam members that we wanted to    “Coach Burch has built the pro clarify.” he said    gram up to where it is a highly Superintendent Bill Brown    respected athletic department declined to specify the areas of    Endicott said NB gymnast State-bound Brandle Cadded of New Braunfels is on her way to the State C S Gym nasties Federation Class HI Optional Championships in Houston in April Cadded, the daughter of Bonnie and Charlie Cadded was one of eight gymnasts in her division to quality for the state meet from the South semifinals in Corpus Christi this past weekend Cadded placed lourth out ot 24 competitors in the i:> and-older all around event at the Corpus Christi Athletic Club She clinched her spot in her last event the floor exercise Brandle scored a h tis on the floor for a third place finish She also took fourth on the beam, seventh on the vault and eighth on the uneven bars Tribble trial expected WASHINGTON AP    The lawyer representing Brian Tribble the man accused of providing University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias with the cocaine that killed him said that there is no reasonable possibility” that the case will be settled out of court Thomas Morrow has until Mas 25 Manning, Williams meeting highlights Regional semis Two teammates of Cadded s from the San Marcos Saltos Gymnastics Schtxd's Schplitz team also competed in the meet Laura Morrison daughter of Beverley and Reece Mor risen and Anna Carbajal daughter of Diane and Lupe Carbajal all of San Marcos were among the To gy rn nasts in the 12 14 age groups I he three are coached by < indy I rumble The group of qualifiers were motivated by tile presence of the strong Houston district led by coach Bela Rarely i and stars Christy Phillips and Phoebe Mills The state championship will take place April I • at the Woodlands in Houston By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While Reggie Williams runs the show for Georgetown, Danny Manning pretty much is the show for Kansas. The two first-team All-Americans will be on display tonight on the basketball court in a Southeast Regional semifinal game at Freedom Hall in Louisville. The fourth-ranked Hoyas and 20th rated Jayhawks meet in the nightcap of the regional doubleheader. The other game has No 9 Alabama against Providence Two other pretty good players, both first team All-America selections, will be involved in regional play — guards Kenny Smith of North Carolina and Steve Alford of Indiana At tonight s East Regional in East Rutherford, NJ. it’s No 2 North Carolina facing 18th rated Notre Dame, and Florida against No IO Sy racuse In Friday night regional play, top ranked Nevada-Las Vegas takes on Wyoming and sixth ranked Iowa plays Oklahoma at Seattle The Midwest action is in Cincinnati, w ith No 8 Indiana opposing No 17 Duke and No 5 DePaul playing Louisiana State The smooth Williams, who has averaged 28 2 points a game assumed the leadership role on the young Hoyas this season He is the only senior of consequence for John Thompson s Big East cham pions, who have won 12 straight games and are 28 NCAA 1987 FI MAL FOUR* 4 Williams scored 24 points and kept the Hoyas under control List weekend as they chipped away at a IT* point t duo State lead and won 82 TM "He's ii leader and he’s a bread and butter player.' Manning said of the 8 Unit 7 W illiams ll he can’t score he's going to get the ball to so tneone who can scoi e or get in position to draw the foul ” Kansas Coach Larry Brown I- concerned that his play ers *. an't match up w itll W illiams We don t have anybody who can guard him Brow n said ot W illiams W e ha\ e to hope he s not shooting extremely well and we re not gi\ mg him cheap baskets Kansas a Final Four team last year is 2* lo The t> 11 Manning scored a career high 42 points in Kansas GT ♦> ’> victory over Southwest Missouri State in a second round game at Atlanta The other Southeast contest figures to he a bat fie between Providences home run hitters and Alabama's construction workers The Friars, 28-8. are led by long range bombers Billy Donovan and Ernie “Pop” Lewis and have hit 25b J point shots, most in the nation North Carolina d seeks to avenge a regular season loss to the Irish, who have won their fast ll games The Tar Heels were overpowering in beating Penn li t 82 and Michigan 109 97 in the I irs! two rounds Notre Dame 24 7 !>eut Middle Tennessee State 84 71 and edged Texas Christian 58-57 .lust being in an \« A A hun (lament game takes care of the motivation smith said of the revenge factor AAe don't need a I eminder smith may have his hands lull with David Rivers Notre Dame s fine point guard As Rivers will witll Smith both an-quick score in double figures and lead then teams in assists and steals The Irish beat tile Tar Heels Mi »8 Fob I at South Bend Iud Smith was side mod that day with a knee injury and was forced to undergo ar Ihroscopy We know and and* bu I that Kenny Smith will t*e playing lot h mimic • this time Notre Dame Coach Digget Phelps said It s no secret who they ate and how good they ar* Florida 2.? I" turn beer ' he sui prise team ot the region while play in n its first N* A A tourney It has beaten North * atoll: ,t v.ttr .md No 7 Purdue syracuse playing at home in tin first two rounds t**ok (ieofgia southern and W ••stern Kentu* kv Tennis. to prepare his defense lot Tribble The cast*, originally scheduled to go to court earlier this week has been delayed due to litigation surrounding additional charges against Tribble Tribble is one of three men alleged Iv in Bias dormitory room last June 19 when the all America and top draft pick of the Boston Celtics collapsed Continued from Page I The NBTA primarily uses the ten ms courts at New Braunfels High School Those are quality courts, but there is an increasing problem of coordinating NBTA and general public activities around the school s court usage “It s a good news, bad news (situation!,” said Young “The high school courts are becoming more difficult to get on, because the interest 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 kids That's the good news “The bad news is for the general public, it leaves less and less time he said If it wasn’t for the school districts allowing the general public to use those courts when the school is not using them I don t think there would be any thing available Young. 58. said the association has to work hard to get one Satur day per month for its fun' tour (laments because New Braunfels Canyon and Smithson Valley have the courts tied up the other three Saturdays during the school year in many instances One of the fun” tournaments will be this Saturday at the New Braunfels High School courts Membership with the NBTA is en couraged but not a necessity to compete David Mueller New Braunfels tennis coach and former president of the NBTA, said the association has been a boon to him The association has done a lot for me as a coach.” said Mueller explaining that the NBTA helped with the cost of the last resurfacing job on the courts NBTA also split the costs for the w ind screens that cover the fence surrounding the court Having public courts has its drawbacks for the school including leaving them open to vandalism Recently motor oil was spilled onto the courts and one of th*- > md screens has been stolen "I think that was straight van dalism ” said Mueller I ion t think a tennis player would do that ” Another problem alts » a < or re* table one togo dong with limitations is that the New Braunfels courts lights hav*- not been functioning for a couple of years once the sun goes down. so does any tennis activity “lf and when the lights are fix ed that would double the tennis facility s playing after th* rn goes down '-.iiii A ourig I' we rd I* ,* super tiling for that to Lappet NBlSD Superintendent » bai les Bradt>erry said that in a ie* *-nt . on venation with New Braunfels I tilities Manager Bob Subn equip merit lias been orderer! bv I 'n;*,es for the installation of four poles v itll four hanks of lights ,,pi< , ,p p, courts Bradl*erry said that at, agreement among NHIM) Utilities and tin* city prov ides that > a from each entity will t*e paid for th* lights Sohn was out *»f town and unavailable for comment It s not as if the NHI A hasn ' tried to find a site for a tennis * nm plex of its own Five years ago the NHI A .** quired money to buy land tot a ten ms center However exhaustive et forts by the association and th** city failed to find a suitable piece of land We are looking for a place to put in tennis courts said Torn A ea/el another former president and active member of the NB! A AA* re not looking for a golden facility In October of 198 * $7 million of an NBTA President he ung (above area rn ** you find a pm e to [ the ill million tM>nd issue passel t>e(ore    players Althea «* experience and the * ity However part of tile $4    < \v\, million that died at the polls includ    s«»v ♦si plans for a tennis complex as well as several other recreational facilities It is the NBTA s contention that just Irs a us*- the bond issue didn I pa.vs doesn t mean tile russl isn t still there said A oung Players in the NBJ A are ranked in thus- * utegortes A B and « Tile A level players are highly skill ed and often play in I tilted states I emits Association sanctioned tour naments B level players are good plovers .*(*• beginner* Several NB! A p avers are stale ranked in their reflective age group*- .ii .Ii’, A ming Mueller Dr Pete I ornev an*! Ray Mmlh NBI A generate-- immies for junior development and ends voting players to tennis camps tor a chance at scholarships Mcmt»ei ship in ira a SMH I a hon dites not require -t at ge flank ac count T «s*s jH*! year are I for 18 and under JI * for adults anti SLS for a (annivSports WorldCowboys' white nabbed with DWl DALLAS AP Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Randy White was arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge after a minor traffic accident police said hxluy White was arrested about ll 15 pm Wednesday in North Dallas charged with DWl and jailed overnight. said investigator Hollis Edwards He said White refused to take a breathalyzer test After posting a $2»mi bond White was released from Lew Sterrett Justice Center about 8 a rn the investigator said Edwards said he had no details about the arrest or about the traffic accident in which no one was injured There was no answer at White's home telephone Cowboys spokesman Doug Todd confirmed the arrest but said he had not talked to W hile about the incident and did not know how to reach himNew NFL rule limits pass rushers KAANAPALI Hawaii AP Chicago ( oath Mike Ditka, whose Bears won the 1988 Super Bowl in large measure because of their pass rush is aware that the NFL’s new limitations on pass rushers may hurt his team more than most Still, he’s all for them “You spend your whole time try ing to teach a guy to get to the quarterback and now you've got lo change what s become a habit with them.” Ditka said Thursday as the NFL unanimously approved a new rule that will force pass rushers to pull up more quickly after a passer releases the ball “But there s no reason for violence against the quarter back We’re in the entertainment business and the quarteback is the guy who the people w ant to see " The new rule which forces pass rushers to pull up after one step instead of the present two after the passer Scoreboard releast*s the hall. was one of a long list of actions mans of them somewhat obscure, taken at the owners meeting Among them A change in the scheduling format that gives fourth plate teams who now play the same schedules as first plate teams in their divisions, an easier schedule It doesn t take effect until the 1988 season Putting the ball in play on an out-of-bounds kickoff at the 85 in most cast's instead of re kicking w ith a five yard penalty Ifs designed to encourage runhacks and speed Up the game Defeating a move to change the overtime system by play mg all games to a finish instead of ending them in a tie after 15 minutes It also would have allowed each team to get the hall at least once in overtimeOlajuwon dominates in Rocket win PHOENIX. An/ AP Houston Coach Bill Filch says Rockets center Akeern Olajuwon keeps proving to people why he deserved to be an All Star this season Olajuwon scored 25 points pulled down 18 rebounds blocked seven shots and keyed a pivotal 12 I run late in the third period Wednesday night as Houston beat Phoenix 118 91. dealing the Suns their fifth straight NBA loss Akeem played a great game He was real active out there ” Filch said “He played like the All-Star that he is and I think people can see why he was chosen He really got us going ’ Olajuwon had eight of his 14 first half points in the se cond quarter including seven rebounds His five blocked shots in the period set a new Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum record and his six at the half tied another arena mark The score was tied 29 29 after the first period before Steve Harris jumper with IO 58 left until halftime put Houston ahead to stay at 33-31 AA ai N< AA North On the air thursday 5 l*» p rn    * allege basketball N* Tournament regional semiDn Alabama vs providence 8 SPN 8 pm College basketball Tournament regional setiiihn.*. Carolina vs Notre Dame Kl-As 10 Kl p rn    College basketball NCAA Tournament regional semifinal Florida vs Syracuse KENS tape delay FRIDAY 6 Ut p rn College basketball N« \ \ Tournament regional semifinal ESPN 6 15 p m Pro basketball Denver at Philadelphia W TBS 8 :ui pm Boxing Avery Rawls vs Mike Williams heavy weight Null 8 s|’\ 9 pm College basketball Ni A A Tournament regional semi!mal Kl-NS 11 ut p rn College basketball N< A A Tournament regional semifinal Kl- \s Local sports FRIDAY 4 U) p in Baseball Smithson A alley at Southside 7 to pm    Baseball Havs al New Braunfels 7 U) p rn    Baseball    (    any    on    at Fredericksburg SATURDAY All day    Track & f- ield New Braunfels Canyon and Smithson A alley boys and girls at til*- Kerrville Tivy Antler Belays 2 pm Soccer Hays at Smithson Valley 2pm Soccer Boerne at t an von NBA National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division    W I Pct    GB X Boston    48 IM 727 Pit VV.I Sein.t.nalv I lid* . VG am* New A ol k 2*1 45 At I a- * Rom* fiord N J Centrai Division North * atoliria ' Noire Pa mr x I (et I oil 44 21 •i77 24 7 x Atlanta 44 22 ta 17 C ham pionvfop x At i! x ,tuse» Cfm ago 42 JI ♦ii 8 U*. Sa*ui da , v Game Ai I ast R other tot d N J indiana ti I »r; N * at Olina Noti * 11.in.* a oner \ s » lev eland 2> 42 173 20 f lot Ida Ny I a* use w inner WI St! RN CONI I Rf NCI Southeast Regional Midwest Division Semifinals x I latlas 42 it M* ( od a . s Games 1 tab ai ai >45 g At I oui sv it Ie K , Houston 35 31 5 Mi 7 G Providence 2 8 v Alabama 28 4 I tens er 28 18 424 11 Geol get OW ll 28 4 v s K arisas 2 5 l«f san Antonio 24 42 WU 18 Championship sai l amenta 2*( 45 tun 22 Satui da , s Games Pacific Division Af I outs vine K , x I. A Lakers • 2 14 788 Provider)*, e At. it .i iii a w inner vs Portland 4*> 25 *.15 ll Georgetown K.ins.i is w inner Seattle Golden state 44 it 12 (4 So 7 4 85 18 20 Midwest R* gionat Semifinals Friday s Games At C inc moan DePaul 28.2 vs Indiana 2* 4 vs /“bx smn.nnih. tv Phoenix 24 41 I. A Clippers ll >2 x * I inched playoff spot Wednesday s Games Boston 120 Milwaukee 102 U>9 175 27* 4 19 Louisiana Mate 21 14 I (uke 24 8 Philadelphia lo** Atlanta HIT Denver nu i lev eland loo New Jersey IP l>etroit 112 Houston ll t Phoenix OI I A Lakers 111 Utah 97 T ode i s Games Indiana al New A ork Seattle at Washington t ha ago al I. A < lippers Portland at Golden State I (alias at SacramentoNCAA NCAA Tournament By The Associated Press E ast Regional Sunde * v Game Al C inc moat* Indiana Duke winner vs DePaul louisiana st winner Wevf Regional Semifinals Friday s Games At Seattle Oklahoma 24 9 vs iowa 29 4 Nevada Las Algas t5 I vs Wyoming 24 9 Championship Sunday s Game At Seattle I NIA Wyoming winner vs Oklahoma low a w inner ;

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