New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 19, 1987, Page 9

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August 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Page 10A Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels. Texas     Wednesday    August    19. Ex-Cougar, Unicorn unite Rittimann, Frassman join forces to lead SWT’s new offense 1 BvTIMWAITS Staff Writer SAN MARCOS It the Southwest texas State Bobcats are going to ascend back into the ranks of a football powerhouse this year, a lot of help will come from a pair of former local adversaries He tense is the name of the game tor the Bobcats this season, with most of their starters back to solidity an already strong rushing defense Outside of single season record-setting tailback Roy .Jackson, the offense is taking on a major reconstruction The key to this season is the development and improvement of the ottensive line and the leadership ot our quarterbacks.” said Bobcat coach .John O'Hara in summation of his PWT team Those words cut close to the duties ot former Canyon standout Ron Rittimann and former New Braunfels offensive lineman Bryan Frassman Rittimann was named the slatting quarterback during spring workouts and will be looked upon to till the chasm it the position that has widened since O'Hara succeeded Jim Wacker in IWO. Rittimann. who transferred from Ty let- Junior College, wasn't all that surprised he was tabbed Rittimann as the starter so quickly "It s w hat I came for and I am ready to goahead he said "Also we had a new quarterback coach about the same time I came, so lie dido t know anybody It was a fair deal, everybody had the same shot 0 Hara s offensive scheme ot things fits right in with Hit timann s sty le of play ing The Bobcats run an I formation and will call on Rittimann for his throwing accuracy rather than as an option quarterback Ft assn ian going to tie passim: _*.> to hi times a game, which is great, period." said Rittimann Rittimann led    IN h i    to    the Texas Junior College Bowl game last season and    was    ar    all (inference select*' »t He a> knocked out of the    howl    game in the iii st quartet .    "    1    k- *    in jury, which required surgery Not mans schools wen4 willing to give him a shot aftei the singers but < ’ Hat a and the Bol t ,us ucl« Coach O'Hara ss as the on \ one Coach O'Hara ti me we are back oil sin get s > lie said I lust thought this would Im1 the hest place overall One of lh*’ biggest question mal ks on Hie team is the oflensive line The Bobcats are rebuilding the entire lim* and one el the main cogs ii th*' process is Bryan Frassman. a junior from New Braunfels “i Offensive coordinator coach John Mi I ann said I rassmaii has given the most consistent per formanee day iii and day out on the offensee line. said O'Hara Frassman saw a lot of action at right guard in place ot injured Henry Thomas late last seasoi which may m\r him the nod u tin fight lot a starting position We're truly closet We have to be tight and understand what each othet is doing ot it is not going rn work. said Frassman. explain mg the dub a one*' between tins year s unproven Im from the ex pencill ed line of a veal ago We know there isn t inst one person that can it We *!! v, together McCann ism tv ompai J Ie to retired I 1 • n coach Bob Baker hi said They are very - oca! and la illest SANT is picked in the middle of the pack in the Cult Star Cen lei erne and it me Bob' at- .ae b make a <«•* 'oils * un rn* tin • die Rittimann ant* Messman will flood to rostmrwi to tho ohtiHonoo Athletes find way lo beat drug tests IMM \N UMM IS AP vt least two athletes u the Pan American (•anies tiled to trick the testing system In taking a ding that hides t tie presence Of steroids Ihe drug probenecid, is per ted ly legal, and that s what bothers game officials I Ins rn new It is alarming.” Mario \ a 'que/ liana president of the Pan American Sports Organi/a lion. said Tuesday We are lacing a problem with dope that goes beyond the problem we re looking tot on Monday I s hammer (browet Bill (Been a silvet medalist and five other athletes wi ie disqualified after failing drug ^ ast s (in Tuesday ' prol>eneeid w t-samples from at I Ie dei lined ton the count rn But the New ) < an unnamed sour' three athlete*' use were I S cold nm i/que/ tout ll east t lie *b< involved >rk Tit Still d the ii Hana said in urine AO athletes athletes ot irs quoting I today that i ug and two hence lid sax none of the lelti used pro Mien prescribed tot uUse it isn t on tfi si es banned in it An ath banned ether i the sat Pan Am results Page 11A We cannot sanction something that is not officially forbidden Aa/ Inez Hana said Ile said he would recommend to the International olympn Committee that the drug be banned lit Fidel Mendoza a member of PASH's executive committee and president of tile I otomhian olympic Committee said probenecid helps the body retain other drugs so they are not quickly passed through the urine Tin disqualifications on Monday market! the second time in four years I’Asu cracked down on drug abuse In im I1 athletes tested positive for drugs it th* Caracas games ii inst their tnedaO 1» recti the I MHT* national champion b m l ot ran* *• ( alii lost his medal atter testing Q*ositive for high evi'is 11 testostei one a natural male *-a leone tho’ a aigh t oil entrations < an in i add hulk lh is appealing * hi* t »*iii Also banned was Bernardo ocando ' A cta . ueia who Was stripped of a ii** ani ta(iii/* tried»i i shooting for testing positive for beta biocken i drug uhu h lowers the pulse rate and helps steady (tie aim of shooters A* least two other drug coses are undei review A oz que/ Hana said Ryan blanks the Cards for first win since June ay THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A eteran right hander Nolan Ryan knows how to beat the speedy National League Fast leading St Louis Cardinals Ryan knows that first ot all you have to keep them oft the bases He managed to (to that Tuesday nigh! as he pitched a three hitter tor seven innings to pick up his tirst victory since June 12. a po victory over st Louis lf was the fifth straight win for the streaking Astros Ryan. the al! time leading strikeout pitcher in major league baseball itll 4 4**7 struck out nine Cardinals while walking only two and not allowing a hit until a two out single by catcher Tony Pena with two outs in the fifth inning I had a good, live fast flail.” said Ryan "But the key was getting all hree of my pitches over the plate tonight and I knew I was going to liave to keep them off the bases That is the way to tieat those guy s The Astros took a 2-0 lead in the *ourth inning on a leadoff double by >econd baseman Bill Doran and a towering homer over the right field wall by catcher Alan Ashby his 12th of the year Ashby also drove in an insurance run in the eighth inning as did shortstop Craig Reynolds in the seventh inning for the final margin Ashby s heroics made a loser of Cardinals starter Danny Cox H-4 Ashby now has a career high 55 RHI Ranqers 3, Royals I I he Texas Rangers’ Charlie Hough earned his pith victory with a career-high l f strikeouts but had to sweat it to the very end It took Larry Parrish s two run homer off Kansas City’s .Mark Cubic-IU with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning for a Pf Rangers victory snapping a three game losing streak Hough, who made 154 pitches in the sinning heat. was exhausted It was one of those games where you had to be bearing down every inch of the way because it didn t look like we were going to get much.” Hough said AA itll big league hitters you have to keep from throwing the same pitch because no matter flow good it moves they time it and then they whack it 'I he Royals outfield did riot record a putout or an a ’ ’> mg the major eague record iii a nine inning game Th* feat has been accomplished mar , times rn both leagues. lr ira- final game of the series tonight Bud Black <5-6 will meet the Ranger . Bobby Alit ii 5i. Hue Jays 2, A's I Me- .md Tom Henke, along o-orge Bell, played key - - ohed for a victory American League Bv The Associated Pres East Division    w Toronto Detroit    *.** New A ork Mibs auk*** Boston Baltimore    I Cleveland    4* West Division    VV Minnesota    *k oakland    ti California    *.* Kansas City    v* Texas    a Seattle    •* Chicago    4H Tuesda, s Games Cleveland it Milwauk' Detroit ll Minnesota Boston ll * Tm ago Texas ll. Kansas (Tty Baltimore I < alitorr Toronto 2 t takland I New A ork I Seat th r oday 's Games Toronto < erutti Stewart th 8 Milwaukee \ an t • Cand loft I oil    n Minnesota Ha .* . er Terrell IMO' ti Boston Hurst I ■ 5 11* Kansas City Biali 5* n Baltimore Boddn k*-Sutton 8 it ti l Pct GB National I cagui 454 Pct GB at Uaklun at < lev elan J o at I retro im ago Del.en it Texas Witt I O at ' aliform B i Th. East D Hot T od* i Pule smit Pit! he* corkboard wat .bo pitched the tinal inning tor hi- dub record ' ti save We couldn't ii. ss (fiat Detroit si ore r v. as right out then iii front ut us Suet) I i 5. pitched a three hittei for eight innings tor his seventh straight victory He trailed I n until Bell hit a two run homer with * co outs in the eighth giving him homers and lb2 RHI for the season Tigers 11, Twins 2 Detroit snapped Minnesota s tour game winning streak as Larry Hem don drove in five runs with two homers and Jack Morris pitched a three hitter for sex on innings Morris 14 6. struck out seven and w alked one Steve Carlton ‘>12 was the loser Indians 9, Brewers 8 < 'leveland s Pat I ablet 29 tor 5.J in his career with the base-, loaded knocked in three runs with two bases loaded singles Milwaukee s Paul Molitor extend cd ins hitting streak to 13 games bv going 2 for-6 He can tie the AL s longest streak since 1949 tonight Yankees 4, Mariners 3 New York won for only the third time in It games and handl'd Seattle its fifth straight loss Orioles 4, Angels I Ken Dixon aint John Habyan com birred on a foul hitter and 'Terry Ken nedy Grove in two runs with his I »fh homer and a single for Haltimore aches tor the High school heroes coaching kids Red Sox 14, White Sox a Boston pounded ( im ago for iii tuts, nu hiding tour each bv spike (iweii aint Marty Barrett and Ump* apt* •• bv Fills Barks and I )vv igbt T v aim Winner Al Nipper. Ml" gave up five runs and e*ght hits fix*- un 'Mgs Expos 7, Dodger s I Tim Rallies tripled and scored on Mitch Webster - seventh timing single leading Montreal past Los Angeles tot its fifth straight viutory Tb»' host I *pos moved within three games of si Louis Mets 7, Giants 2 Dwight flooder! won his loth game with home run support from Howard Johnson Tim Teufel and Kevin Mc Rey not bs as New A oik treat San Francisco at Shea stadium Pirates I, Reds 4 Barry Bonds hit two lion ie runs arid John t angelos! and Hobby Bonilla also humored as visiting Pittsburgh defeated ( ’inc (twat t Padres 9 Phi I lies I John Kink drove it (iv* runs in eluding a two nm single in tho lith inning and Benito Santiago hit two homers as San Diego won at Philadelphia Braves 9, Cubs S Inon lames humored and drove in four runs a Atlanta ended a bvt* game losing freak With a va tory er Chicago which begins rn So has found that liicei Making Ute temp players to coachee Now Bi aunt* is ll* football foam w lh when play begins *k ui I nose kist ball piayoi s and listen to (hem -.od Paul dis Bion league coordinate! FHon Hetieau Mom-than * They ti.tv*- stars in their eyes when league las! vc they ( uni* out and they like hemg --docould don with Ute highschool players ‘    that    eact The league is lot br-si through sixth Du* rn* a out * hadron md Re pi oil play* lie (ll al in* at ram (I in aud the Un bu ch, lo to get t* to play (Quarterback ar a during the reason A so r - .*hawed to piav in tt - <    -"! moie than two quartei tg any one game ■ i e a i t*- 12 playerm j»er tear * gilt oil tho lu*ld at on** tim Hags must in- pulled from it (nu*! ona runningplay Alit a \ * p I a v *• I s a ta* e 11 g i ti a iii* \ouuge! players lite ti* I ta- f*o val Is long and a Net f tin Will I* Used I Th I est of t goo a ill plus on <o yaid fields AA«- think i(us xx ill give evervbo chant** to have fun and to get nu « to tie the bolo The Kids hat »(I ! nu* W ill It List veal Item* NFL may hold supplemental draft D ALI AS AP I tie National Ii tentatively sctieduled a supplement. winch will include Cl is < art**! ut to > w el** re* civet declared ineligible tut I rattan new spapei i eported tubas The I la,I,is Mi Ulling Ae HS said til* ('arter and tunnel Pitt running flack both of whom s lo! a I od \< AA rules bx agents Not bv Waiters and I lovd I eligibility expired Sum c* s told the iiewspapf! that I etc Ro/el Ie made the decision to allo draft atte! eonsulhng w ith league attn Th* J I originally was pi**pare again J a possible c**ui t challenge t but O*. a utx IM rf that I* Cie mid make a bv mg and pro ii draft t .tale s Al tits sent* • draft w ( hal los taking mo Tonto bet Hie I ii**    lias    deny a play el tile opportunit y !    • *4    babis would lose a lawsuit I la* NI L bas allowed supplemental    bi atis    in th**    past f    Iii* I > most j count colet)! atei!    cases    welt*    Miami .aal toil J>. Berme ho/ar and oklahoma iinebacktr B ii Bo ahi th I*otIi of whom had graduated before (din,rn    then eligibility runout ti*- leap. a lls.) allow(*d a spmal bi aft tor Null ** Dame i iii ming b.e k Al Hunt**! w bn lost bm eligibility he* aune of off th** field indiscretions li» .ll : so has denied supplemental drafts A recent U vas ('bustian running back Kenneth Davis. ase* ho ii I i,i*♦ **I i!u‘hgit)|e att**! th* iDL • season Ix-gan opt mg motley lo petitioned lur a I Jus appeal alumni . I ital diatt. but Rolette i. ;

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