New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 20, 1987, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Inesday May 20 1987 HmrmM-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas PaQ«.A, Boston take steps towards rematch Lakers stifle Chambers, Sonics NGLEWOOD, Calif Af’) Magic Johnson saved his A for what he calls winnin time as the Los Angeles Hers took a 2-0 lead over the Seattle Supersonics in the .A's Western Conference finals Vim Chambers, on the other hand saved his best for •post game interviews Johnson, selected Monday as the NBA s Most Valuable lyer, scored 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter esday night to lead the Lakers to a 112 HH victory over 5 Sonics ‘We've been there so many times before and we know lat to do and who to look for," Johnson said of the Hie s final minutes They were doubling me all the ne, but I don't worry about scoring just winning “When I was finally able to break through at the end e scoring just came into place " Chambers, Seattle's high scoring forward, was held to jht points, all in the first half He made only four of his field goal attempts Afterward, he was livid concerning the game s of Hating "It was discouraging because I didn t play as well as I mid have " Chambers said "I think referee Eddie iddleton had a wager on the game He stunk "It seemed like we always led them five fouls to one rd the refs gave them a few at the end of the quarter to take it even I was going for a rebound and got hit on the •ad by an elbow (Referee) Jake O’Donnell was right on up of it, but Eddie called a foul on me from midcourt The best of seven series now moves to Seattle for the lird and fourth games Saturday and Monday I wouldn’t have wanted to go up to Seattle having to win two even though I think we can get it done,” Coach Pat Riley of the Lakers said "They have to beat us four out of five now You have to hold service on your own court " The Lakers did just that thanks mainly to Johnson and forward James Worthy, who had 25 of his 30 points in the first half The Lakers went ahead for good 60-59 on a sky hook by Kareem Abdul Jabbar just 14 minutes into the third quarter But two free throws by Dale Ellis with TOO left in the game pulled Seattle as close as 101 99 after I/>s Angeles led by as many as eight points early in the fourth quarter But a 3 point field goal by Michael Cooper with 2 42 left extended the Lakers* lead to 104 99. and the Sonics got no closer than four points after that The Lakers won Game I of the series 92 87 last Saturday. Johnson made a foul shot with 2:05 remaining and a pair of free throws with I 14 to go to extend a 104 IOO l/ts Angeles lead to seven points After Ellis made two free throws with I 03 left to make it 107-102, Johnson drove the lane for a layup with 48 seconds remaining to clinch the victory Abdul Jabbar and Byron Scott added 16 points each for the Lakers A C Green had 15 points and a game high 14 rebounds for Ixjs Angeles, which outrebounded Seattle 42 29 Ellis led the Sonics with 22 points Xavier McDaniel ad ded 18 points and eight reboundsCold Celtics throttle colder Pistons BOSTON (AiN It was an unbelievable game but not Next tim# ; is Thursday anight when the Celtics are h#' because it was well played again for G tame 2 of th e hest of seven series They h, How could two of basketball’s best players Isiah won 23 of th em last 34 gf imes at Boston Garden where Thomas and Larry Bird miss 33 of 46 field goal at Pistons are 0 15 since w inning on Dec 19.1982 tempts’’ In the op ener both f earns showed the effects of ti How could two of basketball s best teams the Detroit previous se ries Pistons and Boston Celtics perform with such medio# ri The Celti cs had trout) Je mustering much intensify a1 ty in the playoffs'* ending thei ir intense se wen game series with Me w i i And how could the NBA s defending champions be as last Sunday i I lei rod ha #1 trouble shaking off the r obw banged up as they say they are0 from five days on the • sidelines since R ev comma "AII that stuff about injuries is a lot of hogwash Atlanta 4 I last Wednes day night Thomas said after Boston beat the Pistons 104 91 in Tues We were a little rusty, I>etroit forward Hi day night s opener of their Pastern Conference final Mahorn sal id I guess the I a v#»f f dido f help series I think they are lying flat out lying As for B< ost#>n the letdown was very much appar ( enter Robert Parish who is recovering from a sprain out there ‘ after the championship type series v ed left ankle, had JI points and nine refunds Forward Milwauke#' Celtics’ Co ach K ( Jones said Kevin McHale who has a broken bone in his right foot Joe Durn ars seven f< aot shot from the lane gave fie’ and is getting over a sprained right ankle had 21 points a 16 11 lea# i But t wo bi askefs by Dennis Johnson and And Bird, who is relatively healthy, hopes his shuting bv Jerry S ichting put } lost on on top 17 16 with 30 lei touch 'ill get well after he made just seven of 22 shots the first qu arter Defro it never caught up But he finished with a triple double of 18 points it, re The Pi st i ons did cut a i 44 40 halftime deficit to 48 47 # bounds and 11 assists basket by Adrian Dant ley who had 17 points But a d "I try to play the total game every night he said If by Parish on a pass from Bird launched a 26 it i Urn not scoring I try to make up in other areas Parish har I 13 points in that stretch which gave Bosh He wasn't the only superstar who couldn t find the 74-61 advai itage hoop Thomas had two points in the first half when he The lead was 7,*> 68 a fter three quarters and 90 8 w made just one of 12 shots He ended up leading Detroit Detroit s \ t’innie Johns ion made a layup with 6 23 lei with 18 points, but connected on only six of his 24 shots the game "I II never shoot this way again " he said Next time I I W 3 S i ecstatic goo ig into the final seven mmuh don t know if tney’ll leave me that open but if they do Detroit Co ach ( huck I j 'aly said That was great after they’ll pay way we sh< at in ihe gam 1987 a banner year for track and field season abound The New Braunfels boys team, only about three quarters strong due to the spring break vacation winning the Smithson Valley Ranger Relays Unicorn sophomore, yes sophomore Jeff Bryan breaking the 49-second barrier in the 400 meters for the first time and helping the Unicorn team to a come from behind championship at the Canyon Cougar Relays the Unicorns’ third championship in a row Canyon senior Kody Smith making a superhuman effort on the anchor leg of the 1600 meter relay to hold off a strong challenger from Austin Travis, giving the Cougars se cond place in the event, and preserving a one point championship win at the Unicom Relays Smith actually fell behind slightly with about 50 meters to go fief ore gutting it out to win at the finish line The Canyon boys team accepting their championship plaque at the District 18-4A Meet, with only eight individuals all of whom achieved maximum points in each of their respective events -The Unicorn boys team accepting their championship plaque at the Region IV Meet. winning by one point — Unicorn hurdler Kevin Walker anywhere His gold medal per formance in the JOO-mtermediate hurdles at the state meet has to be the most exciting individual effort of the year -Jeff Bryan, again, as the anchor on the Unicom 1600-meter relay team at the Region IV Meet in San Antonio speeding away from Rockport-Fulton s anchor at the top of the final turn to secure the Unicorns cham pionshtp at the meet —Canyon’s Ken D'Alfonso Class 4A s best and most consistent discus thrower unleashing "the throw of my life" at the state meet for the gold medal ly TIM WAITS ital I Writer If anyone knows of a more exciting rack and field season around these tarts in the last, say quarter of a tentury or so, speak now There couldn't have been many leasons in which three meets involv-ng Canyon and New Braunfels were decided by a single point There definitely hasn t been a year in which three local athletes have won a gold medal at the University Interscholastic league State Meet Besides that, all but one of the nine athletes that qualified for state from area schools scored at state Believe me. that s something The exciting memories of the 1987 New Braunfels Dan Dorman (3rd from left) runs the 800 at State. (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt) Canyons Scott Baimos and New Brauna s hurdles in Austin. (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt. Canyon s Scott Hennig, Class 4A s best and most consistent pole vaulter clearing no less than IS feet at every meet this year which climaxed in a gold medal at state Hennig and D Alfonso earned the first Cougar gold medals in 22 ears — Smithson Valley s I^slie McCoy juggling three events the high jump 800-meter relay and the 4o0 that are scheduled closely together and going to regional in all three She qualified for state in the high jump and placed at regional on the relay and in the too All of that culminated in a fine fifth-place finish at state —Canyon’s Renata Rittimann working out only a couple of weeks in Rangers surpass Tigers; Houston loses ARLINGTON. 'AF lf beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so, too. is the aesthetic quality of a baseball game Looking at Tuesday night’s game from the win ner’s dugout. Texas Rangers manager Bobby Valentine called it a heck of a ballgame and one hell of a comeback ” Shifting through the debris of his club's 10-8 loss in the Detroit clubhouse Tigers manager Sparky Anderson called it "criminal, a circus " "In my 18 years of managing in the major leagues," Anderson continued, "that's the worst baseball game I've ever seen ” Both managers had evidence to back their claims. Valentine’s Rangers went into the fifth inning trailing 8-2 and rallied to win it on Larry Parrish’ 2-out, 3-run home run in the bottom of the eighth Along the way, Texas relievers Ron Meridith and Dale Mohorcic combined for 5 1-3 innings of scoreless relief with Mohorcic, 3-1, picking up the victory Anderson’s evaluation was flavored by the fact that hts club made five errors, giving the Rangers four unearned runs, and his bullpen couldn't hold an 8-2 lead Erie King, 2-3, served up the homer to Parrish. Adding to the circus atmosphere was a bench clearing scuffle In the fifth inning in which there was a lot of milling around but no punches thrown, and only one ejection, that of Rangers left fielder Pete Incavlglia "The fight is the players’ business." said Ander son. "I don’t ever get involved in that stuff ” Incavlglia and Detroit catcher Mike Heath wereMore baseballSee Page 12A the central figures in the scuffle that erupted while the Rangers were staging a 3-run rally to pull within 8-5 "He Heath tried to trip me as I was coming to the plate." said Incavigiia He (incavigiia > yelled Get out of my way’ as he crossed the plate," said Heath "I hollered back that I wasn't in his way and things broke loose No punches were really thrown." Parrish was on first base, having singled home Incavigiia. when the scuffle broke out. and he and veteran infielder Darrell Evans sort of wrestled around "Just a couple of old guys roiling around so we wouldn't get hurt," said Parrish, who has driven home 23 runs in his last 14 games "That way you get to play tomorrow " Two at-bats later, Parrish came to the plate with two outs and two runners on and worked King to a 3-0 count before hitting a drive that traveled an estimated 450 feet, one of the longest ever hit at Arlington Stadium It hit with enough impact to break a seat in the bleachers section "It went 450 feet, and that’s where it broke the seat,” said Valentine Bob Brower and Don Slaught also homered for the Rangers, and Alan Trammell and Darnell Coles connected for the Tigers, who saw a six-game winning streak snapped the hurdles and earl aa regional meet Unicorn Dann> Dorn a tactically brilliant 8oo at the regional meet to tape This is a mere gloss, some of the most memories of the year were some disappo -Unicorn Doak Hume Class 2A and 1600 beset with injuries anal pete at his peak ,e\ el -Unicorn sprinter B troubled with sore Knee* run at top speed ai thous an admirable job undi cumstances at district int gruesPirates 5, Astros 2 PITTSBURGH AP - All the Pittsburgh Pirates needed to beat the Houston Astros was Mike Diaz s long bali and Bobbv Bonilla s short hop Diaz hit one of the Pirates’ longest homers of the season and Bonilla s apparently routine ground bali scored what proved the winning run in the seventh inning as the Pirates defeated Houston "This was an excellent excellent win for us,” Diaz said "We had key hits in clutch situations W e did the little things you have to do to win ball games and it s important for us to keep doing those things if we're gonna be a winner Diaz’s long homer into the third tier of Three Rivers Stadium s left-field seats and Sid Bream s RBI single staked starter Brian Fisher to a 2-0 lead in the fifth inning — until the rains came After a one-hour 27-minute delay Pittsburgh Manager Jim Leyland replaced Fisher with rookie John Smiley Smiley, 3-1. lost the lead by allowing Glenn Davis solo homer in the sixth and another run in the seventh following Billy Hatcher s triple But he still wound up the winning pitcher Dave Meads, 3-1, the Astros third pitcher got into immediate trouble in the seventh when he hit Rafael Belliard with a pitch, pinch hitter Bill Almon singled and Barry Bonds walked Bonilla then grounded to second, but shortstop Dickie Thon dropped Bill Doran’s throw for an error allowing Belliard to score the go-ahead run Johnny Ray followed with a sacrifice fly Howe a question mark in Game 2 of Cup finals EDMONTON .Alberta \P The Philadelphia Flyers know who they need to win they just don t know if they can count on Howe "After the torture therapy I went through I don t want to miss it," injured All-Star detenseman Mark Howe said Tuesday as he prepared for tonight s flame 2 of the Stanley Cup final against the Edmonton Oilers Howe s injured knee continued to be a sore point for the Flyers along with the revelation that center Pelie Eklund had suffered a "mild charley horse However, according to Coach Mike Keenan, both will be available for tonight s game along with previously injured players Murray Craven Lindsay Carson and J J Daigneauit "The progress of our injured players from the last game has improved and we're expecting that two and possibly three of them are ready to play in terms of health," Keenan said Keenan said that actually everyone would be available with the exception of right wing Tim >ut an the ired shoulder Howe of name of th< tion bet'am* to the Five OUI''*- is !nr ifcgrM bunch and his situa af prominent concern i after he suffered a in his so-called charley horse left knee in Philadelphia s 4-2 loss in Game I Sundav night A trainer translated the injury into stret ohed muscles Howe was unable to practice either Monday or Tuesday and will test the sensitive knee for the first time in pre game warmups tonight at the Northlands Col lseum T expect Mark Howe to play,” Keenan said "He has a contusion and hasn t skated since (Sunday night But he is recovering from the injury " However if Howe can t play, Keenan said the Flyers "would have to make some adjustments You could never replace Mark Howe ” "We’ve gone 80 games making adjustments for injuries,” Keenan said "It’s a fact of life in Philadelphia ” ;

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