New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 2, 1987, Page 9

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August 02, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Sunday August? 1987 Herald-Zei/ung New Braunfe s Texas Page 9A Three golfers tied for lead in Men's City tournament Eikel, Cedi I lo, Gutierrez at 219; 5 others within 4 shots Satjrda- \N hat is shaping up as one of the closest battles ever fought for the Men'"' City Golf Championship will be decided today with three player" tied for the lead going into the final round at the I.anda Park (»olf ( ourse Former champion Fernando Gutierrez six shots behind leader Jon Fikel going into Saturday’s round fired a 72 to tie Kikel for the lead Fikel teli back to a three day score of 219 after shooting a th on Saturday following round" of Ti at. J 68 in the first two day" of the tournament last w eekend Also tied for the lead is Kuben Cedi I lo another former hampion who shot a 76 cm Saturday '"did plav by Russell \ ollbrecht < ar! Heiden and Leonard I ut h enabl ed them to bf in a position to challenge todav XII thr**e .ire tied for fourth place two shots behind the leaders Tut h fired a 7i the low m ie of the (hit i round for a thro*- day total of 221 Gutierrez "hot a 2 and Vow ret ht a 7 Three shots behind the .fader I" Warren Hur"t who"** round fiji 7 on Saturday gave him a total of 222 Ray B* \ "hot a 71 putting hun four 'hot" behind the leader" at 22 In the fir"! round «»: Un* two-day XX mer " City Championship Chris tv XX finer* ha" a three shot lead ox or Ro"e I U'«»th in the no* column with .»City Championship MEN Third Round Results Championship Plight Jon Ktkel    73*88 78 21 Ruben Cedillo    70-7176- Fernando <,utierrez 7 77 72 Russell \ oiibret h* < arl Heiden Leonard Tut *    74 77 To Warren Mar'*    *7 74 7 Has Box    76-76 Ti R Taylor    77-76-74 N NI Brown    72-7“ H . Dennis K.ideri;    tv ■-?.*• 75 Rh hard Manors    77*78-ho Mal Holtman    < J 76 BS Rennie St heel    Aa. 7* Bl Dale Renken    Ty 72-8 Marcus Tnt- o    RT *** *' Chuck Noel    88-89    XX IV F hqht Du k < loud let R is!) Kills 2 up M H t k' let hBaldwin ‘At 2nd Flight set I* it «t» w ie! Robert !)i I- •:*.; Doug Miller dei L Hastier, .up 3rd Flight R nines Hansen dei Ed Shelton -Bor xiagnusondej JohnOwen* I 1st Con .plat on S \ Brown ie! a nu*" Rosa ifs Rav struktarwl 'et Tom XXe'tb u»- 2nd Canio ation 7 ism "iii. \ .1 r, ie* Rwf.ds XL Fa 219 221 ■ ii 27s :) up 21 Ste' «• I aaner 3rd Consolation BJ VU.- ' a sr.' w- mn Net Toda> s Finals First Flight D t loud vs M Hicks Second F light " Graben* \" I) Miller Third Flight R Hansen vs B Magnuson F r$t Consolation \ A Brown vs R .Strickland Second Consolation " Palmer'' I) "Ullivan Third Consort on B Xlk.nsv" lf Neuse Lame Duck Pia.er    Gross    Hnd R Kenneth    H2    Ii    *“ I) Resale'    78    lo    68 D;«!a<k"on    92    lo    68 NI Ktolba".!    85    16    69 T Braune    9'    24    69 ti 1 ‘orr.pton    R8    I ’    TS B * oniptun    '*2    rn    74 M JnhnMor    ti    it>    75 J Le.i    o: H May    9.5    17 J Guerrero    87    lo J Moore    '2    l.‘> J T .Ii-    ‘4    15    79 L ' ••rr.ptor    P'2    IR    84 WOMEN Piaver    Gross    Hnd    Net Christ' XX fmen    lot    4    bl Rose I..'et!.    7*    12    * 4 shamn swenson    81    i    ‘>8 Jeanette DUH    95    2*    *9 MjKox    l*    -    70 Virgie X un k lee!    98    27 Ma ’.aim Billot    **    2;>    TI Leggy Hopkins    I*    4    .2 rma'Hamel    I "8    29    7s L.r.-Ja Ponce    ill ! er. I av if r    121    4 t«l xx ernert 'not a ICI on Saturday but wa" aided by a 4* handicap Tuseth a 12 handicapper "bot »- gross '.ore of 76 lowest among the women Sharon Swenson is in third place with a gross score of 81 and a net score of 68 Eight shots behind the leader is Jeanette Dilly who fired a 95 to give her a gross score of 69 In the Men s First Flight match play semifinals. Dick Cloud defeated Rusty Fills 2 up and M Hicks defeated Ed Bald" in 6 and 4 The two will be paired off today in the finals In the second flight Scott Grabow bested Robert Di Fonzo 3 and I while Doug Miller topped I. Kastien 2 up In the Third Flight Rodney Hansen won over Ed Skelton 2 up and Bob Magnuson finally defeated John Owen I up after 21 holes In the men s First Consolation semifinals. N A Brow n was a 3 and 2 winner over James Rosales and Ray Strickland defeated Tom Westbrook 2 up In the second ( (insolation bracket J Don Sullivan will meet Steve Palmer in today s finals Sullivan bested Ranfy McFarland I up after 21 holes and Palmer topped Pat Goins 8 and 6 In the Third Consolation group Bill Adkins defeated Bob Klefoth I and 2 wnile Harvey Neuse downed L Ellsworth 3 and 2 Today s round" will begin at 9 Jo a rn with the women s groups The men will tee off beginning at approximately lo a rn with the Lame Duck flight going first followed bv the consolation flights the third second and first flights and finally the championship groups Tyson now undisputed champion following a unanimous decisionSportsWor Id ahum had it lube Roldan scored it Un* 'rue champion Bul ti »* IBI* Worm Bt > >\mg X "soc at lot I \ "• i * ft***. I licker waul t ie tten g unbeaten him* werr disappointed I v *.e u * 12 round limit ira** all the wav anc! w. rite X""*h lated Cr**" ta cored I > 'on UTU, I yson who weighed 221 pounds had entered ‘he ring a' xx B x and xx H« champion wbile I ucker 28 who al"o weighed 22’ aa" the IBF champion. The victory CHisted Ty"on > record to 31-0 with J Knockouts while Tucker lost for the fir"t time after > va tone" to tty kmakout I vc been a pro for "ever. veal" 35 fight" and I ten t know nothing about losing Tucker said U*!ore the fight Nolte shuts out Houston in his debutAmer lean League B . I Ni h'tO i bt i adios * * m > k .: I c tad u ti« "f . o:id or Na! ’Iago " ninth home him of the season Nm I beg*, in*Teased its Ii ,, J lo 2 ii in the foot ” dtet santiago ,e.f OI I u itll a double HIO' e ! til Hill I on a t v ttali and scoied on Dan y J en pit ton " sac! tin c ii}- I'he Pa inn added two runs in tile filth Abed Mal veil VV > WU singled arid stored on John kink s triple Knik scored on Santiago s sacrifice th Orioles It Rangers I XKLINGTOS Larry Kheot> hit a three run homer and ken Dixon pit died five hit ball for six innings as the Baltimore orioles defeated the Texas Rangers S he only run off Dixon J 8, came on Kuben Situ i a s 19th homer in the first inning Dixon walked one and struck out five as he snapped a inn son§1 six game losing streak Mike Griffin pitched three hitless inning1 and struck out five for his first save I tie Orioles snapped a I I tie in the third when Billy Ripken singled Fd die Murray reached on thud baseman Steve Buechele senor, and ICrC VC Bl 4 National League B, Tse Attooat I at* Division ed Proc* A L Pct GB M I Altus VI of 'Ira! 44 Vc, N»*w X arx Philadelphia 4* 49 4* iv Chn ago MI Mi- 2 Pit ("lid! *6 4 O' HIT Si * Wrevt Division A I PC t GB I IIH lima’ I 49 Jaw* "an T rain is,. Si Houston $2 4 „ I os Vogel**' 4, ll 447 H Min lorn kennedy hit a two run double off starter Paul hilgus I I Shtvls who bloke an Odor-22 stump with a home run iii Friday night sHl victory over the Rangers, b<iptered in the fifth after a double by Min I av and an intentional walk to Mike \ oung The Orioles made it 7 I iii the eighth on Murray s UBI single Roil Washington s first homer of the season leading off the game gave Baltimore a I Oh adRoyals 4, Red Sox 0 KANSAS Cl I V Mo Charlie Leibrandt pitched a "iv hitter and George Brett hit a two run hornet as Kansas City defeated Boston Leibrandt, ll 8. walked one and xu.mf a    ii *    ct    sc San Diego    fir 6    175 16 Saloma, > Gtmvs San I J ant is, u 7 i uh unum < ’hi* ago 4 Philadelphia New XorK 12 Montreat 4 la" Xiigeit*" I XUanCi 2 St Louis 7 Pittsburgh6 lo san Diego*. Htmstunu *oda, ' Games Ne* Xork Darling * 7 at Montreal sot,! a ♦> IO Los \ngeh*" Her&hisri tis at Xtlunta smith 9 *> "an f1 am is. o ILmiiiaMt **8 at * in t amati Browning h Pittsburgh Walk 2 I at st Uhuh Magi ane > 2 Philadelphia Raw lev I < at Chicago "utcltffel5 4 "an Diego (irant 2 J at Houston scott ll 7* struck out four en route to his third "iraight complete game v ictory and his second consecutive shutout Leibrandt shut out Baltimore 4ii on July 26White Sox 3, brewers 2 Mil.WAI KEF    Dave LaPoint acquired by Chicago earlier in the week held Milwaukee without a hit for six innings and Carlton Fisk had three hits as the XX bite .sox edged the BrewersDodgers 5, Braves 2 ATLANTA Pedro Guerrero and Mike Marshall hit consecutive run scoring singles in the sixth inning to snap a tie and power the surging lxis .Angeles Dodgers to a v ictory over the Atlanta BravesIndians 3, Blue Jays 0 ToRoVUl ‘scott Baile" ".at tern! eight hits over 8 2 inning" and Tommy Minco scored two of Cleveland " runs as the Indians Wat the I * Tonto Blue Jav sCardinals 7, Pirates 6 sT LUI I" Tom Herr raced home or .» throwing error by Put sburgh first baseman Sid Bream sn the loth inning as the St Louis i ar dtnals rallied tor a victory over the PiratesTigers IO, Yankees 5 NI XX » ORK tau Whitaker had tour hit" and scored four run" ana Frank I anana gave up six hits ii1 eight innings .is the IH*troil l iger" beat New X OI k endng the V ankee" five game winning streakGiants 7, Reds 3 Civ INN VTI Will clark had three tuts and drove rn three runs to pace san Francisco to a rain delayed victory over the Cincmanti Reds Clark had an RHI "ingle a double and a two run homer as the Giants scored "ix times m the first five inn fogs off Bill Guliickson lo 8 ['he right bander has lost his last six deci smit' to san 8 I anciseoMets 12, Expos 4 MONTREAL I nbeaten Terry Leach pitched a four hitter over seven innings for his ninth victory and the New V ork Mel" took ad vantage of four Montreal errors to In*at the ExposCubs 5, Phillies 3 CHICAGO Andre Dawson hit three homers and drove in five runs leading Chicago to a victory and breaking Philadelphia's five game winning streak The (’uhs had lost three in a rowAthletics 3, Twins 2 OAKLAND Carney Lansford led oft the ninth inning with a home run off Frank \ Iola. giving the Oakland Athletics and right hander Dave Stew art a v ictory over the Minnesota TwinsFavored Bet Twice defeats Alysheba again OCEANPORT NJ AP Be! trout Stakes winner Bet Twice w.thstood a dosing rust, from Xiv "beta Saturdav to win the s mmomn Haskell Inviational Handicap by a ne, k in stakes equaling time at Monmouth Park Another nevk back wa" Lost Lode who led most of the way but had hi" seven race winning streak broken in hi" first meeting with the two horses who dominated the I riple Crown "fries Bet I wue ridden by Craig Ferret had to overtake the front running Lost ('ode who was put on the rail by jockey Gent St I.eon Lost Code. Bet Twice and Alysheba were ,.ose together at the top of the "t retch But Me Carrom unable to get past IA»st Code on the rail swung Alysheba wide in the upper stretch amt Bet Twice pulled slightly ahead w itll about an eighth of a mile to go Alysheba the kentucky Derby arui Preukness stakes winner came charging on the outside, only to be dealt hts second straight loss to Bet Twice who had won the June 6 Bel moot Stakes by 14 . lengths Bet Twice a son of Sport in Life Golden Dust was timed rn I 47 equaling the tune set by Majestic Light in the 1976 The clocking was one tilth of a second oft the track record sot by Spend X Buck in Winn fog the Monmouth Park Handle ap These two horses fight every time they come on they fight.’ "aid Ferret There s not three quarters of a length difference every time we race I like that they have a chance to compete for the public ” Bet Twice now unbeaten in four starts at his home base was sent off as the favorite by the crowd ot 33.836 and paid 54 M> and 92 Ho Alysheba paid S3 There was no "how wagering Clever Secret finished tourlh, 12 lengths behind twist Code, and Born To Shop was last Despite the narrow loss Aly sheba proved trainer Jack Van Berg right fo saying his colt did not need the anti bleeding medication Lasix lo run well Alysheba had won the Derby and Breakless on Lasix but was not allowed to use* the medication in New York for the Belmont Stakes Alysheba finished fourth sn the Bel mont. spoiling his bid to become the 12th Triple Crow n w inner in history The win was worth I too.nu) in creasing Bet Tw ice s bankroll to $2 6 million He is owned by Blanche Levy and the Cutey StableCowboys' Onosai retires rather than face iniury HONOLULU (AP* The budding professional football career of Dallas Cowboys rookie center Joe Onosai came to an end Saturday after team doctors said he faced the possibility Of permanent injury on the playing field Joe has calcium desposits around the vertebrae in his spine from old in Urie" causing a narrowing of the "Pinal column l>oug Todd the ( ow boys director ot public relations told the Honolulu >tur Bulletin in a telephone inter' lew our doctors intormed Joe today Saturday that in their opinion he would risk permanent, disabling injury if he played any more football. I odd said ‘ Accordingly Joe has decided to retire.” Onosai. 21. a sixth-round draft pick out of the I Diversity of Hawaii sui fered a neck injury last week w hen he blocked a linebacker during drills at the Cowboys camp in Thousand oaks. Calif He underwent medical tests in California and Dallas before return mg to camp Friday night Football was never first in my life, anyway Onosai said after he heard from the doctors First is the preaching fo the gospel ot Jesus Christ Onosai said I feel I ve been called to be a preacher Flaying pro football would have tieen a great way to open door" tor my ministry Now I feel God has another plan ”Lougams another Gold and qualifies for Games BARTLESVILLE. Okla AF (■reg Lougams collected his second gold medal of the I S Diving Out door Championships on Saturday winning the IO meter platform com petition and a spin on the I S Fan American team It was the 43rd national title for lanigunis. 27, of Boca Raton Fla He won the 3 meter springboard com petition Friday after finishing second rn the I meter springboard Thurs day lougams who had a score of 657 12 points in the lo meter will be defen ding his titles in that event and in the 5 meter in the Fan American Games. which begin Friday in Indianapolis Tt’s nice to know that you have it in you to rise to the occasion ” Lougams said Defending lo meter national cham pion Matt Seoggin 23. of Great Falls, Va finished second with 628 41 points and joined Ixmgams in qualifying for the Fan Am team Kent Ferguson. 24. of Boca Raton was third with 619 7t In the women s lo meter platform Saturday Mary Ellen Clark, 24 of Newton Square Fa won her first na tional title in senior competition Clark s victory marked the halt of a victory streak by Michele Mitchell, who took the silver medal Both qualified to represent the United States in the Pan Am Games ;

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