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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports Chiefs boot Kansas City kicker hits six field goals and two extra points in win HOUSTON AP The Houston Oilers were literally kicked into submission by Kansas Citys Nick Lowery in their NFL exhlbiton Lowery kicked six field including a go dhead 22yarder with to play Thursday leading the Chiefs to a 3220 There were no bombs out just routine field Lowery You have to give the offense credit for getting us in Every year its like learning to kick over again under Ive never made six field goals but I did make five against the Los Angeles Raiders in the regular Lowery hit field goals of 39 and 38 yards in the first half when the Chiefs took a 1310 intermission He added kicks of 22 and 42 yards in the second Herman Heard ran 1yard for a touchdown in the first quarter and Bill Kenney hit Darrell Colbert with a 40yard touchdown in the fourth Tony Zendejas had field goals of 23 and 30 yards for the Oilers and Warren Moon hit Drew Hill with a 19yard touchdown pass and Hubert Oliver ran 1 yard for another Oiler The Oilers played the game without starting running back Mike who said he overslept and missed pregame Oiler Coach Jerry Glanville said it was a private matter between him and I came late to dress thats Rozier I dont know if he Glanville wasnt going to play me or if it was because I was He asked me where Id been and I told There was no big I told him Id It Im human just like Game statistics See Page 11A Glanville said he Wanted to see as many players as When we had good people out good things Glanville Cody Carlson looked good and so did running back Ira Kansas City Coach Frank Gansz said he was pleased with rookies Christian Okoye and They both looked like two fine offensive Gansz Theyre showing skills and poise beyond their Lowerys fifth field goal came after eighth round draft choice Michael Clemens returned a punt 51 yards to the Oiler 10yard The 22 yarder put the Chiefs ahead for Sherman Cocroft returned an interception by Houston quarterback John Witkowski five setting up Kenneys touchdown bomb to who kicked five field goals in a regular season game against Pittsburgh in added a 42yarder with to play for hie sixth of the Kansas City is 11 in exhibition losing their opener 207 to San Francisco in the Hall of Fame game at Houston is Rams Seahawks 14 AP Jim Everett com pleted eight of 11 and Eric Dickerson rush ed for 77 yards as the Los Angeles Rams built a 20 halftime lead en route to a 2314 preseason vic tory over the Seattle Seahawks Thursday Seattle quarterback Dave Krieg was in tercepted four times in the opening three times in the second quarter as the Rams collected two touchdowns and a pair of field The victory was the second of the preseason for the who defeated the Denver Broncos 2827 in London last The Seahawks were making their preseason after closing out 1986 with five consecutive beginning his second pro threw for 102 yards while playing the first including a 46yard touchdown pass to Ron Dickerson played just the first quarter and the opening series of the but averaged yards per carry on his eight including a 40 yard The Rams other secondquarter scoring came on a 1yard touchdown run by Mike and Mike Lansford field goals of 24 and 41 Seattle took a 70 lead midway through the first quarter on 37yard touchdown pass from Krieg to Steve Seattles Jeff a former threw an 8 yard scoring pass to Ray Butler to make the score 2014 early in the final but Tim Lashers 18 yard field goal with remaining gave the Rams a ninepoint The Rams were hit by two serious injuries star ting inside linebacker Mark Jerue suffered torn knee ligaments and will undergo and rookie cornerback Clifford Hicks suffered a shoulder Houstons Mike Rozier missed the game because he Americans earn 17 more Gold medals INDIANAPOLIS AP Americans ran away from the Cubans in the medals race at the Pan Am Jackie Joyner Kersee jumped away with After four only 69 medals separated the United States from Cuba traditional 12 rivals at these But the United States was on a roll picking up medals from swimm ing to By the end of the night the Americans had a pile of 40 more 17 of them while the Cubans added The treasure chest now has 198 104 more than The most treasured of the night was won at the Indiana University where JoynerKersee sail ed 24 inches into the air and landed with a world record in the long In a hobbled team still managed to win but it didnt seem fair to at least one Cuban All the judges were partial for the North American Casimiro Suarez 1 believe we competed a lot better than they It was a good day for Americans even when medals werent at boxers Andrew Maynard and Kelcie Banks won convincing ly over two Argentinians in their opening bouts and meet the Cubans The basketball team won its fourth straight in a as beating Venezuela The Americans now advance to Sundays womens softball team pit chers now have two nohitters and two Michele who nohit El Salvador on onehit Belize on Thursday for a 6 0 And the mens volleyball team the defending Olympic and world champions recouped from its Wednesday night loss to Brazil with a threegame sweep of the Dominican TRACK ANDFIELD of East tied the record on her sixth and final The biggest came in the mens 400 where American Raymond Pierre came from behind in the final 80 meters to win the gold medal over 1983 world champion Bert Cameron of who attends was sixth in this years NCAA cham The only entrant in the he won in a lifetime best Cameron was se cond in American Coleen of continued her comeback from an auto accident last winning the high jump at 65 and breaking the PanAm LaVonna the col legiate record holder from Ten set another Pan Am record in a semifinal heat of the womens 100meter high hurdles in Mike Gonzales came from a dis tant second to defeat team mate Keith Robinson of in the Gonzales overcame a 227point deficit with three events left to edge Robinson by 76 Gonzales1 total points was the lowest winning score in the the 10event Pan Am competition since GYMNASTICS Coach Abie Grossfeld disagreed with Suarezs assess ment that the judges were partial to the While he thinks they were I think they were Four of the six gymnasts were battling but the team still broke the Pan Am record by five points in edging to Brazil won the defeating Among the injured was Tim a member of the gold medal winning team at the Los See PAN Page 11 Houston ends road trip with defeat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The San Francisco Giants con sidered Kevin Mitchell as a tem porary starting third baseman and future utility player when they ac quired him five weeks Hes doing things to change the teams and Manager Roger Craig Hes a better player than I thought he Mitchell had four hits and drove in four runs Thursday in an 7 6 victory over The Giants won for the seventh time in eight games to remain tied for first in the National League The winning run scored when Mit chell got a twoout infield hit and Robby who had raced home from second base as shortstop Buddy Biancalana threw past first for an The ending a 16 road let Nolan Ryans 10 strikeout pitching and homers by Craig Billy Hatcher and Glenn Davis go to The defen ding NL West champions are 5559 but only four games out of Its a strange Who ever thought we could be under and still only three or four games out of first Ryan The possibility of Ryan winning his first game since June 12 died when Mitchell hit a threerun homer off reliever Larry Anderson in the seventh to send wipe out a 53 Houston Tigers Royals 1 The Kansas City Royals didnt have much of a chance to extend their fourgame winning streak once Jack Morris found out he was in con trol of all of his I just felt like if I kept throwing good I would Morris said after he pitched a fivehitter and struck out 11 as Detroit beat the who walked only retired 16 consecutive batters from the second to the seventh He gave up a solo homer to Jim Eisenreich in the then retired the Royals in order in the ninth to pull the Tigers within a halfgame of first place Toronto in the American League White Sox Blue Jays 3 A sellout crowd of at Exhibi National League American League By The East New West San Los San Thursdays Games Chicago New York 5 Cincinnati Los Angeles 2 San Diego Atlanta 3 Houston innings Montreal Pittsburgh 7 Philadelphia Louis innings Todays Games New York Mitchell 341 at Chicago Sanderson 561 Pittsburgh i Dunne 74 at Montreal Heatonl24i Cincinnati i Power 87 and Hoffman 87 at San Diego Show 613 and Jones 5J 2 Atlanta Puleo 54 at Houston iKnep per 413 Philadelphia i Muffin 981 at Louis Mathews78 Los Angeles Hillegas 101 at San Fran cisco Downs 961 By The Associated Press East Division W Toronto CM Del roil Wi New Vork Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Cleveland West Division Minnesota California Kansas Cits Oakland Seattle Chicago Thursdays Games California Minnesota l Milwaukee4 Chicago HI Detroit Kansas City l Todays Games Texas Wat t5 and Hough uH Boslon i Hurst li and 7 D Cleveland Candiotti 511 al New Vork John II4 Chicago 5lii al Toronto 59 43 W jit 57 57 5i 54 41 5W 574 518 4GM 45 i77 50U 5LH 4J1 Wl GB 14 GB 14 it Milwaukee Nieves Hi al Baltimore BellyH Seattle Morgan lun at Minnesota Hlyleven 11 i lift roil Ietrv 7 at Black 4ii Jaklaiu Uiung al California SuilonKy tion Stadium went home disap pointed as Chicago lefthander Floyd Bannister outdueled Phi Niekro in his Toronto pitched a sixhitter and had five shutout inn ings before allowing a threerun homer to Donnie Hill in the sixth Then the White Sox routed two relievers with seven runs in the eighth Angels Twins 1 California cut Minnesotas lead to games in the West as the Twins failed to deliver in the stran ding 10 baserunners in the first six in nings off Mike allowed nine hits in the first six but he and DeWayne who pitched the gave up no hits over the final Doug DeCinces drove in two California runs with a homer and a Dick making his first appearance since separating his left shoulder July had three hits and drove in a helping the Angels beat Steve Gl l Orioles Brewers 4 Paul Molitor extended his hitting streak to 28 games by hitting a homer with two outs in the but Milwaukee wasnt able to overcome Fred Lynns sixth career grand slam Mike Boddicker and Tom fuer combined on a with Boddicker allowing four tuts in 7 innings Niedenfuer got the last five outs for his eighth despite allowing an KB single to Krnesl Kiles and Molitors Phillies Cardinals 2 Kick Schus tworun double with two out in the 13th inning gave Philadelphia a victory over division leading Schus line drive off reliever Ken scored Luis who had and Milt who walked Reds Dodgers 2 Kal Daniels sparked a fiverun eighth inning with a leadoff home run and pinchhitter Tracy Jones singled in the tying and winning help ing the Cincinnati Reds beat Los Angeles in a rare weekday Dodger Stadium day who went homered off starter Orel 1211 One out Buddy Bell singled and pinchhitter Paul ONeill followed with a double Barry Larkin struck out for the second and Jones hat ted for relief pitcher Rob Murphy Jones singled in Bell and Kurt Stlllwtll then tripled in another run to chase Hershiser and pinchhitter Dave Concepcion made it 52 with an Infield single Cubs Mets 5 Jody Davis two run single oft the glove of right fielder Darryl Strawberry snapped an eighthinning lie and gave Chicago a conuMrom behind victory over New York at Wrigley Field The Mets led 50 after two innings but pitching ace Dwight ciooden was unable to hold it and was chased after five With the score 5f and one out in the Jerry Mumphrey and Keith Moreland drew walks from Roger and Luis yuinones reach ed when first baseman Keith Her booted his grounder for an er ror to load the bases Davis followed with a deep fly and the ball glanced off Strawberrys glove at the warning allowing Mumphrey and Moreland to score Padres Braves 3 Chris Brown hit a threerun double in the sixlh inning to lie the score and Garry Templeton singled him home with the winning run as host San Diego beat Atlanta Randy Ready drove in the Padres fifth run in the sixth with a pinch rtou bit Expos Pirates 7 Tim Wallach drove in five runs and Tim Raines equaled his club record by scoring five limes as Montreal defeated visiting Pittsburgh Raines also homered and stole his South career base SportsWojM Knowing featherweight title fight will be confident hell win SAN ANTONJO AP WPA junior featherweight champion Louie Espinoza and challenger Mike Ayala say that stretchers better be on hand when they do battle Satur day its going to be a Ayali saw Thurs time Im going in there for Tfeyre gotog to have to carry me oyt or theyre going to have to mry fcpuif San Antonio is still smarting alter winning the Nojtb AjmeriSM ftwinf Federations super bantaroweight title In Ju ly im to lose it in of won his ti tle earlier this year has it He said he is confident going Saturdays bpgt before fapflje Its going to be 3 greaj Im flpt go ing to he Ayala is 4H with 23 knockouts and Espinoza is is 241 with 18 But Espinoza doesnt think his age and lack of ex perience will hurt I only have 25 but I have a lot more Espinoza Ive been in there with a lot of people and Ive learned a not onJy working with but being around them and watching them experience factor doesnt bother me at to its going to bring out the bet ter in Espinoza yeterajj bpitng niajiager Anfelo Pwwjto predicted Ayala would be a match for I think EspiftQa will be in tor a very good Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray It wont be the Alamo or but it will be a good Espinoza and said that it would be up to them to slug it Ive got a lot of respect for Espinoza Thats great if thats what he really but its really going to boil down to me and Mike in the Ayala said Dundees not make it any easier on He also charged that Espinoza was fighting him to try to nxake some money before having to defend the title Im very insujted about that and J feel they are going to come to my town and make mofley oil ol he The titles going to stay because im very confident about that and Im ready to LieUke wins in a CASTLE tAP While in sisting the unusual scoring system used at The International golf tournament has no ef fect on his Bruce Lietzke took ad vantage of the liberal points awarded for eagle and posted the top score on the second day of firstround Thirtynine of the 81 golfers who teed it up on Thursday advanced to todays second joining 39 survivors from Lietzke had a 6underpar 66 that worth 14 points under the modified Stableford scoring system being employed He ported in day money for his Dan Forsman was next with 10 points after a 2under 70 on the Castle Pines Golf Club course Among those advancing were Bob Fuzzy Ben Cren shaw and Corey Notable casualties were Raymond 1987s leading money winner Paul Andy Bean and Tom my Scores are not so starts today even with the rest of the Under the scoring an eagle is worth five a birdie par bogey minusl and double bogey or worse Lietzkes birdies at the 14th and 15th holes put him at and he promptly went to 14 on the par5 17th chipping in for eagle from 40 feet   

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