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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports May New Texas Page 9A A bad day Luckless Rangers fall to Tivy Antlers ByTIMWAITS Staff Writer If Smithson Valley and Kcrrvillc Tivy have proven anything this it is that both teams arc capable of scoring beaticoups of Tivy held up its end of the bargain Tuesday afternoon at Ranger shutting down the In the previous meeting between the the Antlers out scored he Rangers 13 It may have been time for a com edown on the part of the after having amassed 27 runs in their last two I havent seen anything like it in a said Ranger Coach Bo Not since the Boerne It was the worst game Ive seen in quite some While the Rangers failed to establish any consistent the Antlers scored in each of the first five innings including a fiverun outburst in the Six errors on the part of the Rangers didnt help matters as the Antlers only had five Smithson Valleys lone run came in the when the Rangers were already down With two Scott Davis doubled to right Shawn LaRue followed with a single to bring home That run was one of the very few tremors the Rangers made on the base In the first Mike Churchman led off with a base hit and Jay Young walked to put two Rangers on with no Box score KERRVILLETIVY ab r h bl Mldndss 2201 Hpklnsss 0000 Tnnson 3b 3 0 0 0 Myers ib 0000 Garcia cf TBbttp HBbttph Drpcln If SMITHSON VALLEY ab r h bl M Ch mn 4011 2211 0000 2000 Prdntsph 1000 Dodson DH 3111 Ogas2b 0000 Cngham 2b 0000 Wllmsrf 3300 Drubrt Ib 3110 Johnsn c 2000 Hillc Totals tb Young If Elbelph Reyes If Smart c Wllsn3b Davis cf Maywldp 4020 2000 1000 0000 3000 3000 3110 1010 DChmn pr 0 0 0 0 LaRue ss 1011 Tutwllr2b 3000 Dees rf 2000 Rchdsn rf 1000 Herrng ss 1000 Endrln ph 0 0 0 0 Totals 25 1 5 1 1010 26 9 5 5 Tivy SV 115 110 000 001 E Davis DP Tivy SV LOB SV Tivy 2B HR SB Herr IP H R ERBBSO Tivy Bobbltt W 7 51145 SV Maywald L18 4 49884 Wilson 3 10021 Maywald pitched to two batters in the HBP By Maywald PB WP Maywald Bob bit Jason Smart flew out to right and Young was doubled off at first on a Mike Wilson pop up to Tivy Smithson Valleys Mike Churchman went 2 for 4 in Tuesdays Photo by Deryl Clark first baseman Joel Aside from the the only other time the Rangers had two base run ners was in the Jimmy Herring walked and Churchman picked up another base But the next three Rangers were retired in order to melt the Churchman accounted for two of the Rangers five going 2 for Tivys fiverun third inning was aided by two Ranger a passed two walks and a hit not to mention a double by designated hitter Dodd Dodson and a single by It was just a off said Ranger starter Larry Maywald tl 8 suffered the giving up only four hits but walking Wilson Seattles rally leaves Rockets on the ropes HOUSTON AP Seattles Dale Ellis has just completed a 5 day visit here during which he was arrested after a nightclub in cident and then jeered and baited by bannerwaving fans He had a wonderful Im having the time of my Ellis I like to have the ball my hands in situations where we need Ellis got his wish Tuesday His two straight jump the last with left in the rallied Seattle to a 9997 giving the Sonics a 20 lead in their bestofsevengame NBA Western Conference semifinal playoff Ellis hit a 3point basket with 14 seconds to go in an seal ing a 111106 victory in Saturdays series Ellis and teammate Kevin Williams were arrested early Sun day morning at the Ocean Club near the teams Williams was charged with resisting arrest and Ellis was charged with in terferring with an Instead of being distracted by the Ellis used it for in I wasnt about to let anything bother Ellis Dale Ellis 160points in last5games As the teams warmed up to start the second a fan waved a banner that read Free Drinks at the Ocean Ellis laughed That guy is a natural he should have been a Ellis Ellis now has 160 points in the Sonics 5game playoff winning streak that started with three straight victories over Dallas and it now has put the Rockets down 0 2 after two home Were enjoying Sonics for ward Xavier McDaniel Were winning and were happy right now and we dont plan to come back to The third and fourth games in the series will be played in Seattle Thursday and A fifth if would return to Houston on Trailing 5248 at the Houston oulscored Seattle 102 to start the third quarter and kept the lead until Ellis gave the Sonics a 9897 Forward Tom Chambers hit a free throw with eight seconds to play for the final point of the Houston did not score a point in the final of the Akeem Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson spearheaded Houstons thirdquarter Houston outscored the Sonics 3118 in the period with Olajuwon hitting Hi points and Sampson 9 points in the Olajuwon led the Rockets with 27 points and Sampson had Each had 13 McDaniel added 22 points for the Seattle answered Houstons third quarter challenge with a 94 spurt to start the fourth Lakers too tough for Warriors By THE ASSOCIATEP PRESS Trailing by seven points at Los Angeles had what Coach Pat Riley called one of the best quarters for 12 minutes of sustained action that weve ever had with the With their transition game in high the Lakers scored 29 points over the final of the period and broke the game finally taking a 125116 The 49 points was the most ever scored in the third quarter of an NBA playoff breaking the mark of 47 sefby Milwaukee in 1970 and matched by the Lakers in The Lakers made l7of2l shots from the NBA Joe Barry who had Q points at finish ed Withjg to lead the Warriors NBAPIayefls By The Associated Press GONFERIENCe SEMIFINALS BestofSeven Saturdays Game Seattle Houston OT Sundays Game Detroit Atlanta 111 Tuesdays Games Boston Boston leds series 10 AUsntS series tied 11 Seattle HoBSton Seattle leads series 20 Lasers Golden State Lakers leads series 1 0 Todays Game Celtics Bucks 98 Larry Bird scored 40 pjo ferward Kevin tog WP lor the absence wko out with an which neyer traJM The Ceres 13ttJ cojaseetfjve home victory moved them wiUp ojoe the gsejj 34 points by Bandy Wittroan and a third r bjysi to sgbriwe the who won the opener of the series Wttfeto aoled P points aad Willis m4 W rebAUAds for BJJJ Thomas each scored 20 for the 19 Robert Pajisb With pomts md Dennis Johnson with 20 waj swept by mm to tat c tens 102 The Htwfes led SMS when Wittoas hit m 18foot toper witti 9M left to tjhj Mrd The spurt ended QB a tipifi with 36 seconds left te gfvt 4ttswfes 83n imd gotog into the fw3 Wifc MdM 23 md WMs B0Ms md W ftw the Biil md Mab Thprnp for toe moved from third base to the pit ching mound in the Tyler Bob who hit a solo home run in the went the distance for the The Rangers fall to in District 134A competition and 4131 for the Tivy is 18 in district The Rangers will be at Samuel Clemens Friday night for a 7 Rainsclaim Canyon 134A games Heavy rains and lightning washed away half of the District 134A schedule on forcing Canyon and New Braunfels to try to make up its games For the most the downpour missed Unicorn but a steady drizzle delayed the game and fre quent lightning caused its subsequent The Unicorns will host Schertz Clemens this weather per The game has been ten tatively scheduled for 5 the earliest the game can but a definite starting time was not set to be announced until 1 Canyons game at Hays was also washed The Cougars and Rebels will try to do battle again at The early start at Smithson Valley enabled the Rangers and Kerrvllle Tivy to escape the The Antlers downed Smithson Valley In an important game for New Braunfels playoff front running Fredericksburg nipped thirdplace Boerne 65 in 10 The Billies had a 50 lead but was forced into extra innings by The Unicorns are now a halfgame behind Boerne and a full game behind secondplace which was idle Tuesday Lockharts final two games are against Fredericksburg and New Should the Lions lose both games and New Braunfels win its final three the Unicorns would clinch second place in he New Braunfels visits Boerne on Rangers rally to nip Tribe Darwins triple lifts Astros By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Rangers shortstop Curtis Wilkerson has made as many public appearances tins season as Howard Hughes did in his declining But when Curtis does get a shot at the he grabs center He went to the plate Tuesday night for only the llth time in 23 and for the first time in nine and delivered the gamewinning hit as the Rangers rallied for a i5 victory over Hie Cleveland In Wilkerson went into the game in the ninth as a pinchrunner and scored the tying run in a 4run rally that tied it a His game winner came off Indians reliever Frank who issued a oneout walk to Pole Incaviglia and a twoout walk lo Larry Parrish before surrendering Wilkersons gameending Wilkersons hit made a winner of Ranger reliever Mitch one of three Texas hurlers to see ac tion in the Indians ninth when Cleveland scored three runs to take a 51 Williams came in with the bases loaded and one out and got out of the jam on Astros Phillies 1 That Danny Darwin scattered five hits in seven innings as the Houston Astros defeated Philadelphia is not surprising Darwin hit a tie breaking tworun triple plus a double and a single is big Prior to Tuesday nights 51 win over the Darwin had two hits in 20 appearances in the major He struck out 20 and in every one of his last seven 1 was a pretty good hitter in high said who came to Houston from Texas in the American League last I had gone about 11 years without an atbat before 1 came to the National The first time up last season the ball seemed like it was going a hundred miles an struck out three and walked He had relief help from Larry Andersen and Dave but did not mind being taken out after the seventh 1 was starting to get a little probably from running the Darwin 1 had real good plays behind me and that made me dig a little Darwins tworun triple in the seventh inning snapped a ll and he collected his first majorleague gamewinning Twins 4 Baltimore roolrte Eric Bell lost his nohitter m the njjatb At least he didnt lose the game Bell toofe a fiverun leaxj into the Una but Tom Nietos hloop American League By Tha Associated Press East Division Milwaukee Toronto New York Boston Baltimore Detroit Cleveland West Division Minnesota California Kansas City Seattle Oakland Chicago Texas Tuesdays Games Boston Oakland 0 Seattle Detroit 5 Chicago New YoikO Baltimore Minnesota 4 California Milwaukee 0 Kansas City Toronto 4 Texas Cleveland innings Todays Games Seattle Bankhead 4 11 at Detroit Terrell 1 31 California Wilt 32 at Milwaukee Birkbeck 1 0 Oakland Haas 00 at Boston demons In New York Rhoden 231 at Chicago Bannister In Baltimore McGregor 04 at Minnesota In Toronto Key 411 at Kansas City Black In Cleveland Niekro 20 at Texas Hough In National League By The Associated East New West San Los San GB 2 3 GB 454 6 12 Tuesdays Games San Ftancisco Louis 6 Los Angeles Chicago 1 Montreal Atlanta 4 Cincinnati New York 0 Houston Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh San Diego 8 Todays Games Montreal Smith 00 at Atlanta ONeal 30 Cincinnati Soto 20 al New York Aguilera In Houston Ryan 221 at Philadelphia Carman 1 n Louis Magrane 10 at San Diego Whltson In Pittsburgh Reuschel 1 II at Los Angeles Hershiser In Chicago Sanderson 10 at San Francisco n single started a fourrun rally and it took five Orioles pitchers to hold off Angels Brewers 0 Don Sutton pitched twohit ball for seven innings and moved into 14th place on the alltime win list with his 312th victory as California beat White Sox Yankees 0 Bill stuck in the minor leagues since August pitched a twohitter in outdueling Joe Niekro as Chicago beat visiting New allowed a pair of singles to Dan Long struck out walked none and retired 17 straight batters at one Red Sox Athleties 0 Bruce Hurst pitched a fivehitter and struck out a careerhigh leading Boston over ended his threegame losing streakHe walked Royals Blue Jays 4 Danny Tartabull drove runs and Kansas City ended tos winning Charlie got the yjc tory and Ron Gieatofi up his first Mariners bit off Detroit WUMe w the ojftib victory over Detroit Mets 0 Ted Power allowed six hits in 8 13 innings and struck out a careerhigh nine alters for his ninth consecutive He is 30 this Dodgers Cubs 1 Bob Welch scattered seven hits and struck out but saw his shutout streak stopped at 23 13 The Cubs run came in the eighth when Shawon Dunston led off with a triple and pinch hitter Jerry Mumphrey ending a string of 36 innings over five starts in which Welch hadnt allowed an earned Giants Cardinals 6 Chris Speier hit his first grand slam in 15 capping a sixrun rally in the sixth Speier hit the first pitch thrown by reliever Hay Soff over the leftfield fence for his third homer of the Soff reliev ed loser Greg Mathews after the Car dinals starter fell behind 20 on the Pirates Padres 8 Rafael Belliard hit his first major league home a threerun to cap a fiverun second inning that gave Pittsbjurgb a 5W lead Yrho became the Pirates regular midway through last i gojae atbats without a home ryjj JUfttU he 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