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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas SF back in a firstplace tie as Giants rip Scott M American League H took them two but the Amofirnn I oanno N at i Ana I I oaniio The City Juniors Championship tees off at 9 City Juniors title on the line Friday H took them two but the San Francisco Gaints finally made it back to first place and they did it the hard they defeated nemesis Mike Scott of the Houston Astros 81 Wednesday Then they waited until the Los Angeles Dodgers downed the Reds before moving into a share of the division lead with Cin One week the Giants returned from a 27 trip five games behind the They proceeded to win six of their next seven games to move Into at least a tie for the lead for the first time since June While battered for 12 hits and eight runs in 6 23 Atlee and Don Robinson combined on a The Giants thereby took over the Na tional League pitching lead from the Astros with a team earned run the Giants erupted for six runs in the seventh inning to chase who entered the game with a 105 career record against Bob Brenly landed the telling his second career grand The Giants suggested their success was partially attributable to un doctored In the Manager Roger Craig frequently ac cused Scott of scuffing the Rangers Brewers 3 Texas trounced the Brewers as Pete Incaviglia drove in three and Darrell Porter and Pete OBrien added two RBI Porter had three including his fifth to pace the Rangers 16 hit They had two runs in the first and two in the third before scor ing six times in the sixth for a 100 American League National League By The Associated Press East Division Toronto Detroit New York Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Cleveland West Division Minnesota California Kansas City Oakland Seattle Texas Chicago Wednesdays Games Texas Milwaukee 3 Detroit Chicago 7 Seattle Oakland 3 Cleveland Baltimore B Toronto Boston 4 California Minnesota 2 Kansas City New York 1 Todays Games California Witt 138 at Minnesota Carlton610 Milwaukee Bosio at Baltimore Boddicker 761 Chicago Bannister 79 at Toronto Detroit Morris at Kansas City Gublcza9ll W 68 65 66 59 53 51 43 W 62 58 57 57 56 54 45 By The Associated Press East Division W L CB LoUls 69 44 New York 65 49 41 Montreal 62 51 7 Philadelphia 58 55 11 Chicago 57 57 Pittsburgh 51 63 West Division W L GB Cincinnati 59 56 San Francisco 59 56 Houston 55 58 3 Los Angeles 51 62 7 Atlanta 50 63 6 San Diego 46 68 12v Wednesdays Games New York Montreal 2 Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco Houston 1 Pittsburgh Louis 0 Atlanta San Diego 1 Los Angeles Cincinnati 0 Todays Games New York Gooden 94 at Chicago Mason 41 Cincinnati Browning 59 at Los Angeles Hershlser 1210 Atlanta Palmer 69 at San Diego Grant 26 Houston Ryan at San Francisco Pittsburgh Drabek 410 at Montreal Smith 76 Philadelphia Carman 78 at Louis Cox 83 Paul went 6 23 innings for the He struck out seven and allowed nine including three by Milwaukees Paul who extended his hitting streak to 27 games longest in the majors this Dodgers RedsO Tim and a pair of relievers teamed on a fivehitter and the Los Angeles Dodgers peat the Reds The Reds were swept in four games in San Francisco and have lost two of three in Los Indians Orioles 6 Cleveland hit five solo in cluding two each by Cory Snydcr and Joe to subdue Mariners Athletics 3 Ken Phelps hit his 18th home run and Mickey Brantley hit a insldethepark leading Seat tie over Blue Jays Red Sox 4 Every starter had at least one hit and the Blue Jays finished with 17 in a victory over Boston that kept them games in front of Detroit in the American League Royals Yankees 1 Steve Balboni hit his 16th homer with two outs in the eighth then Kansas City preserved its vic tory over New York when Wayne Tolleson was thrown out at home plate for the final Angels Twins 2 California snapped Minnesotas fivegame winning streak and seven game home winning streak as Kirk McCaskill pitched a fourhitter for 7 13 innings for his first victory since April Tigers White Sox 7 which rallied from a 50 stayed closed to Toronto as Matt Nokes singled home the game winning run in the top of the ninth in Pirates Cardinals 0 Pittsburghs Bob Walk pitched a fourhitter and gave Louis its first shutout of the season in 113 The Cardinals had been the only team In the majors not to be shut Expos 2 Ron Darling won his fifth straight decision and New York scored two runs in the fourth Inning on a pair of Montreal Phillies Cubs 7 Juan Samuels grand slam broke a 77 tie in the seventh Inning and sent Philadelphia over Braves Padres 1 Zane Smith pitched a sixhitter and Gerald Perry hit a solo home run as Atlanta won In San Diego and ended the Padres sevengame winning Approximately 30 yoUng golfers will tee off Friday morning in the an nual City Juniors Championship at Ranging in ages from 10 to these golfers represent some of the best young talent in the Landa Park Pro Bill Halbert said this years bat tle should be especially I think it will be about four or five boys fighting it out for the City Cham I dont think anyone will run away with he The players will be divided into four age categories and Play begins at 9 with the older age The 10and 11year olds will play six holes and the 12and 13year olds will play nine The rest will play a com plete round of While some of the golfers have played in tournaments especially the younger will be making their debut in competitive For some of this will be their first time in a They get real excited and just a little ner but are real Halbert The younger golfers will have another chance to take part in a tour nament at Landa Park in when the course sponsors its Father volleyball team upset basketball team romps INDIANAPOLIS AP On the softball and baseball fields and the basketball teams romped at the Pan American On the volleyball it was another story Wednesday as Brazil stunned the defending world and Olympic champion American squad deal ing the its first team loss of any kind at the Brazil just beat volleyball Coach Marv Dunphy We were both tired and it was an emotional match that could have gone either The teams cruised to big victories in mens and womens mens and womens soft ball and In the women opened play with a 11041 rout of Peru and the men topping Mexico The eager to get off to a good ripped Peru with Teresa Edwards of Alisa Scott of Clarissa Davis of Texas and Cynthia Cooper of Southern Cal scoring 14 points The mens team is 30 after the win over Rex Chapman of Kentucky scored 18 leading five players in double figures for the which trailed 2624 in the first In the Cubans got their 25 They won four extra golds when two of heir lifters tied in all three disciplines In GO kilograms and In the cleanandjerk at Tony Calandro of Baton won three bronze medals In the middle heavyweight divi In Judi BrownKing smashed the and meet records in the womens 400meter in termediate hurdles with a beating the record of she set at Home in At the end of Wednesdays Americans had won 158 including 64 golds and 48 Cuba was second with 88 Oilers host Kansas City tonight HOUSTON AP Kansas which is trying to improve its running and trying to become more effective at battle tonight in an NFL exhibition game in the Kickoff is at 7 In tonights other pre season the Los Angeles Rams will host Despite last weeks 207 loss to San the Chiefs gained 142 yards on 27 carries against the 49ers for a percarry The Chiefs averaged yards per carry last Chiefs Coach Frank Gansz has been pleased with his young running including firstand secondround picks Paul Palmer and Christian Okoye and James Evans and Michael returned four punts 83 yards against the To see the fine efforts of those young running Im very Gansz The Oilers have placed heavy emphasis on pass blocking during training camp under the tutelage of new coach Kim Houston has three first round draft choices on the starting but Helton says hes more interested in SportsWorld Im not a guy that likes to see people walk to the line and walk back and say how great we Helton How great we are is determined by the way we Its the exhibition opener for the 511 last Houstons offensive line has struggled despite heavy investment in firstround draft Jay who has replaced Jim Romano as the starting is the only offensiveline starter who hasnt required surgery since last Romano and reserve Jim Kelley walked out of camp in the first week of drills but have Starting tackle Bruce Matthews is a contract The Oilers closed last season with four straight home victories and an expanded passing Houston will have one of its two firstround draft picks in uniform for the Miami running back Alonzo the third player chosen in the remains but wide receiver Haywood Jeff ires will play his first pro Former Oilers running back Earl Campbell will be honored in halftime ceremonies svhen his 34 jersey will be Noonan break off talks THOUSAND AP Negotiations have stalled again between the Dallas Cowboys and their 1 draft Nebraskas Danny and each side is blaming the other for the Noonans agents said a meeting scheduled for today In Kansas City has been canceled because Cowboys vice president Gil Brandt flew to Lin to see Noonan on Joe another Cowboys vice said he canceled his flight to Kansas City when Noonans agents made an unacceptable financial Bailey was to have met with agent Tom With Noonans holdout reaching the 24th Bailey said Tuesday no settlement is in Noonan wants a fouryear contract worth about while the Cowboys are offering about Briefly Nicklaus advances after round of the year CASTLE AP He stands a feeble 106th on the money but the Golden Pear was starting to make ominous noises along the treelined fairways he designed at Castle fines Golf Jack Nicklaus emerged from a season of hibernation to shoot Pfobibly my best round of the year Wednesday and advance through firstround play in the Inter NickJays had J points under the modified Stableford scoring system used In this Under the an eagle is worth five a birdie two pur bogey mlnus1 and double havent hid many good rounds this Nicklaus Its nice to have I dont know if it was my best round but it was the way I I played It was his best too a 5underpar He ran off five birdies on the back nine and easily made it to Fridays second round Hill of the field of 162 teed off and the other half was scheduled to start play The top 39 players from both days will move on to Friday Also advancing to the second round weif Grfg Tom Craig Peter defending champion Green and Open champion Scott Monom facing pjyrdjfsl five of Ms last six holes and finished with seven Chip fteefc led Wednesdays players with 13 points on a medal score of He won in day TCUs Jeffery quiet about Atlanta agent FORT WORTH AP Texas Christian University running back Tony Jeffery wont comment on what was discussed when he met with university officials to discuss his possible ties to an Atlantabased sports Im not talking about Jef fery told reporters Wednesday after he met with the TCU officials headed by William jfaehler and assistant coach Bob the second leading rusher JUxe Southwest Conference last was questioned about trips to the Atlanta Journal He was also questioned about any business dealings he might have with Gary who works for sports agentpromoter Jim the newspaper The school will continue to in vestigate the matter and no state ment is said TCU Sports Information Director Glenn Coach Jim Wacker told the newspaper Jeffery had denied any in volvement with Abernethy during questioning last but The Journal said when Waiter was told Wilson works for he Gary Wilson works for Abernethy Jeffery will be questioned about who paid for the trips to Wacker If Abernethy or Wilson paid for any of the Wacker said Jeffery would be suspended pending a review of his Canyon Youth Soccer registers Saturday Canyon Youth Soccer players may register from 9 until 1 at the Canyon Middle School on Satur Firstyear players will need to br ing proof of age birth For more call Wanda Lassiter at 52934 Open horseshoe event at SBVFD Bazaar An open horseshoe tournament is scheduled for Sunday at the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department The event is being cosponsored by the New Braunfels Hufeisen Verein Horseshoe Texas Ten Shoe competition begins at 2 for per A double elimination doubles tournament starts at 4 The entry fee is per The located at the in Scoreboard tersecUon of Highway 281 and begins at noon and features barbeque beer soft drinks and including a free dance that For more contact Scott Schumann at 6252982 or Dar rell Moeller at Officiating class available to youths The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department along with Campos and Jesse Garcia will offer the a soccer officiating clinic for youths ages 612 on 1721 The session costs per child and will run from 10 until noon Mon day through The goal of the class is to teach young people the awareness of good fundamental play and fundamental There will be some classroom For more contact Charlie Sandberg at On the air THURSDAY 3 Baseball Houston at San Fran 3 Baseball Atlanta at San Diego 3 Baseball New York Meti at Chicago 3 Golf The PGA cond 9 Auto racing USAC Local sports FilPAY 9 a Golf New Braunfels Juniors Championships at Landa Transactions PGA f iHtvt BOSTON RED SOXAnnounced that Oil Can will mlw the reft oi the leason because of a torn ligament In hit right Activated ftotoffTtrw the 15day dliiW ed Sent Rob to Pawluckei of ite International PETBOJT from Atlanta for John MNWMU INP4AN4
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