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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10 New Texas June 26 Area soccer players go for Gold Romanian star brings Gold Level to NB By TOM LABINSK Sports Editor The sonic boom that youth soccer has caused locally last several years is about to create a few more For the first time in New a Gold Level soccer team is being The Gold Level is the highest level of com petitive play available to Tryouts for the to be known as the MidCities will take place at the HEB Fields on Sunday and again on July 3 and July Coaching the Stars will be Daniel who could well be the Walter Payton of Pavloschi was a member of the Romanian National Senior Team from 1978 through and was named Player of the Year in both 1980 and Since coining to America in Pavloschi said he has been very impressed with the progress Americans have made in picking up the In everyone is surprised at how the Americans are coming on in They I cant believe it when they see Americans he After spending time in Austin helping to coach the Capitol Soccer Pavloschi came to see the interest the sport has drawn in New Ive seen soccer played here and I know there are some exceptional athletes who have all kinds of Ive seen a lot of good kids playing at the Blue Level he Tryouts will also take place at Travis Elementary in San Marcos on Saturday and again on July 4 and July Pavloschi said he expects AAU hopefuls 3t Daniel twice Player of the Year in the Romanian Soccer will guide the MidCities the sessions to even attract a few players from Austin and San An tonio trying out for the MidCities The Stars will field an Under 12 an Under 14 an Under 16 team and an 19 As many as 18 athletes could make each of the four Sundays tryout will begin at 9 for players younger than At players 1213 will get their Fourteenand 15year olds will try out between and when the 16through 18year olds will take the The schedule for July 18 will be iden The New Braunfels tryout on July 3 will be from until 8 for all While skilled players will be in demand for the Pavloschi Gastpn Haypert cleans a hyrdjg jn track pragtjej at New irpunfiJs High Sehopl earlier this ajong with the other youngsters working with Allen Miller in the trick program sponsored by Community is gearing up for the Amsteyr Athletic Union qualifying meet it Jucjspn Photg joy Qgryl Clark Moses beaten second time in a row said he would even like to see beginner players trying out for the Skills can be built in a couple of What I will look for is also someone who looks like he wants to play and is willing to You can see potential in even the youngest he Eventually the Stars will be able to compete in state and national but in the first Pavloschi said the team will play eight to 10 with most being played in the immediate The Stars also hope to host their own involving Red and Gold Level Although still an accomplished Pavloschi says he gets a special satisfaction in teaching younger players the In he has turned down an offer from the Dallas Sidekicks of the Major Indoor Soccer League to coach the Gold Level Its especially nice when you can see the kids progress and be so happy about I try to teach them that if you really want something and work you can make he The teams will have two twohour practices a week with games or tournaments on In ad Pavloschi will conduct a clinic every Friday for all youths between the ages of 6 and Gold Level players have the unique advantage of being able to try out for college or international scholarships and work out professional Pavloschi There are big opportunities coming up for really good soccer he There is indoor soccer and Canada is starting up a Gold Levelhopeful Harper executes a bicycle kick in preparation for Sundays Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt professional outdoor soccer league and in Europe there are big op If you spend a lot of hours working on your you could have a very big In Gold Level soccer is sure to give local enthusiasts the opportunity to witness the very best the sport has to Evert reaches third England AP Chris Evert steadied after a rugged first set to beat Laura Golarsa of Italy 60 today to advance to the third round at Wimbledon tennis Sunny skies greeted the players and fans after a day of rain in which only one match was Three of the first five days of the tournament have been hit by butofficials reiterated that they had no plans to play on Sun traditionally a day of rest a threetime Wimbledon champion and the tournaments third saved two set points to take the first then blew by Golarsa in the second to join defending womens champion Martina Navratilova in the thirdround Other early winners on the tournaments fifth day included womens eighthseeded Claudia KohdeKilsch of West 61 over Ann Devries of Belgium and 13thseeded Barbara Potter of the United States over Catherine Suire of France in the first Completing firstround matches suspended by darkness Wednesday were Anders Jarryd of who beat Ricki Ostherthun of West Germany 64 and Paul McNamee of who defeated American Todd Nelson 6 Also finishing a suspended this one hit by Thursdays was topranked Ivan who was struggling against unseeded Italian Paolo Cane won the first set 63 on seeded 2 despite his worldsbest won the second set 76 when play Steffi the 2 womens was to play Tine ScheuerLarsen of Denmark on Centre Court following the LendlCane Defending mens champion Boris Becker was to play Peter Doohan of Australia on Court Navratilova beat Etsuko Inoue of Japan 62 in 41 minutes Thursday to advance to the third round before 44 players had even completed the first It was the only match to beat the I am so lucky to have been able to Navratilova The worst thing is to be stopped in the Officials said they would consider making contingency plans if the inclement weather After the they announced that the first round of mens doubles would be reduced to bestofthree rather than the usual best of See Page 11A Lost pop fly proves fatal to Houston By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN DIEGO San Diego sunshine proved to be a bit much for Houston Astro Bill who lost a pop fly in the sun for a single that drove in two gamewinning runs for the When it was going I lost it and never saw it the second baseman said of Carmelo Martinez popfly during the Padres sixth inning Thursday afternoon that Bought San Diego the 44 Martinezs which hit just Beyond segond wouW have been the third out in the inning and would sent the game into the seventh the score All four runs were e4 alter Houston starter Mike K retired the first two bat These things said aothing anybody can do qtavt Weve got the best secon4 pasemirj in the leagui gn4 if he cant During sjjrojBer tey the sm sits high above home piste at San Diegfis Jaefc Murphy JpWng jiejriy for f ieWers ta see bjjj m tee SAN AP For amiop E4ww Moses was in serious dagger of i twg race losing his specialty for the firsttoe to W gsrly this naonjfe reigned egmpeiijioja Thursday bmdUy to Ws piefawajy i ttfenefer fee Q4t4w Twfc and Fteii ajrid Moses fOJinjJfd the track to American League By The Associated Press East Division Toronto New Detroit Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Cleveland West Division Minnesota Oakland Kansas City Seattle California Texas Chicago Thursdays Game Minnesota Cleveland 3 Todays Games Boston Clemens 66 at New York John 73 Oakland Stewart 87 at Cleveland Carlton 5 4 Baltimore Griffin 00 at Detroit Terrell 57 California Reuss 10 at Chicago Deleon 56I Seattle Morgan at Kansas Cay Leibrandt 84 Toronto Key 85 t Milwaukee IWegrnan 67 Minnesota Viola 65 at Texas IWitt 23 W 44 44 37 35 34 30 25 W 42 37 36 37 34 30 25 W 43 38 38 39 31 30 W 40 38 36 A 34 54 33 24 SWOB to the ninth in the last 13 He najd its National League By The Associated Press East Division Louis Montreal New York Chicago Pittsburgh Philadelphia West Division Cincinnati Houston San Francisco Atlanta Lps Angeles San Diego Thursdays Games New York Chicago 2 San Diego Houston 1 Montreal Pittsburgh 2 Louis Philadelphia 0 Los Angeles 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