New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 1987, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 4, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tigers take 1-game lead on Jays By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DETROIT — Alan Trammell singled under shortstop Manny Lee’s glove with the bases loaded in the 12th inning to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory over Toronto Saturday and a one-game lead over the Blue Jays in the American League East. The two teams have one game remaining Sunday against each other in the regular season finale and the Tigers can clinch the division with a victory A Toronto victory would send the division into a one-game playoff Monday in Detroit. Toronto left-hander Mike Flanagan first dueled Jack Morris, then Mike Henneman, through ll innings, but Detroit quickly took advantage of his absence in the 12th. Jeff Musselman, 12-5, started the inning and got one out before yielding consecutive singles to Lou Whitaker and Bill Madlock. Musselman walked Kirk Gibson to load the bases, bringing on Mark Eichhorn Trammell greeted Eichhom with a single past Lee, who was playing shallow for a possible chance at the plate The ball appeared to take a short hop under Lee’s glove. Lee is filling in for All-Star Tony Fernandez, who broke his elbow in a game against Detroit on Sept 24. The defeat extended Toronto’s losing streak to six games, and the two clubs now have played six consecutive one-run games. Henneman, 11-3, pitched three innings of hitless relief after coming in to start the 10th for Morris. Morris retired the last five batters he faced, and Henneman, who saved Friday’s victory, the next seven to give the two Detroit pitchers 12 straight outs going into the 12th inning. Astros 6, Reds 4 HOUSTON - Billy Hatcher and Jim Pankovits each hit two-run singles in the seventh inning to lift Houston over Cincinnati. Jeff Heathcock, 4-2, pitched one inning in relief for the victory and Dave Smith pitched two innings for his 24th save. The Reds’ Rob Murphy set a major-league record for relief appearances by a left-hander, appearing in his 87th game of the season, breaking Wilbur Wood’s record of 86 set in 1968 with the Chicago White Sox. Trailing 4-1, Glenn Davis led off the Astros’ seventh against starter Ted Power, 10-13, with his 27th home run of the season. Mariners 6. Rangers 4 ARLINGTON — Lee Guetter-man pitched a six-hitter for eight-plus innings and Alvin Davis hit his career-high 29th homer as Seattle beat Texas. American League Kansas City 4, Minnesota 2 Seattle 6, Texas 4 By The Associated Press National League East Division W L Pct. GB By The Associated Press Detroit 97 64 602 East Division W L Pct. GB Toronto % 65 .596 I x St. lx)uis 95 66 .590 Milwaukee 91 70 .565 6 Montreal 91 70 565 4 New York 89 72 .553 8 New York 91 70 565 4 Boston 77 84 .478 20 I’hiladelphia 80 81 497 15 Baltimore 66 95 .410 31 Pittsburgh 79 82 491 16 Cleveland 60 101 .373 37 Chicago 75 85 469 194 West Division W L Pct. GB West Division W L Pct GB x Minnesota 85 76 .528 — x San Francisco 89 72 553 516 Kansas City 82 79 509 3 Cincinnati 83 78 6 Oakland 81 80 503 4 Houston 76 85 472 13 Seattle 77 84 478 8 lx)s Angeles 72 88 447 17 Chicago 76 85 472 9 Atlanta 69 91 431 403 194 California 75 86 466 IO San Diego 65 96 24 Texas 75 86 466 IO x-clinched division I it Ie x-clinched division title Saturday 's Games Saturday's Games Montreal 5, Chicago 4 Milwaukee 8. Boston 4 Houston 6, Cincinnati 4 New York 6. Baltimore 2 New York 7. SI I .ouis I Detroit 3. Toronto 2.12 innings San Francisco 6. Atlanta I California 12, Cleveland 5 Pittsburgh IO. Philadelphia 5 Chicago 17, Oakland I San Diego I I ais Angeles 0 Tempflex C wins bowling Guetterman. 11-4. took a four-hitter and a 6-2 lead into the ninth, but he gave up a two run homer to Tom Paciorek and was replaced by Bill Wilkinson, who got the last three outs for his loth save Rangers starter Jose Guzman, 14-14, allowed six runs. four of them earned, on seven hits in seven plus innings After Davis gave the Mariners a 1-0 lead with his homer in the first. Seat NB takes 2nd, 3rd in Kerrville KERRVILLE — The New Braunfels Unicom girls cross-country team placed second at the Kerrville meet Saturday morning, while the boys finished third Misty Ruch w as the top finisher for the Unicom girls, placing seventh overall in the meet Cindy Torres and Christa Dees were the next two in line, finishing 12th and 13th. respectively The remaining Unicorn runners were Mandy Bradberry in 25th. Brooke MacKenzie in 26th, Jacque Coley in 29th. and Robin Schw ab in 42nd The team finished 16 points behind the first-place team from Medina Valley The Unicorns were well ahead of their nearest district competitors. Fredericksburg. Boerne and Kerrville Tivv The same can be said for the boys who were third behind Crystal City and Pearsall but still finished above all other district competition at the meet Darrel Hunter was the top Unicorn runner, coming in lith place Robbie Kanas was close behind in 13th place Other Unicom runners included Dale Hunter in 31 st Jason Druebert in 32nd and Ralph Miller in 34th Smithson Valley's teams finished in the middle of the pack at the meet Carolyn Rice was the top finisher for the Rangerettes. followed by Katherine Allen and Lisa Robinson For the Smithson Valley boys. Ands Rendon was th* top runner, followed by Alien Shelly Wayman Matthews Jerry Trigo and Peter Vargas Strike. Continued from Page 9 A Although fans have returned thousands of tickets to this week's games, the NFL has waived its television blackout rule for eight games which were expected to tx* sellouts before the strike The games are Chicago-Philadelphia, Cleveland-New England. Dallas New York Jets, Green Bay Minnesota. Houston Denver. Miami-Seattle, St Louis Washington and San Francisco-Giants The other six games won t tx* televised in the home team's city since the blackout rule bars local telecasts in cities where games are not sold out 72 hours in advance Those games are Pittsburgh Atlanta, San Diego-Cincinnati. Indianapolis Buffalo. Tampa Bay Detroit. lx)s Angeles Rams New Orleans and Kansas City-Los Angeles Raiders Rangers_ Continued from Page 9 A for Smithson Valley to manage Matulich -.aid They have a bunch of them (good running backs and they are all big We just could not tackle them.” he said Zammtello finished the game with 182 yards on 13 carries while Tolbert added 116 yards on 17 tries By contrast, the leading Ranger rushers were Shodv Henshaw and Mike Edit. who each had 28 yards Clemens had 15 first downs to Smithson Valley 's six. of which only two came in the second half Matulich said the Rangers, now 3 2 on the season and 2-1 in district, would quickly put the game behind them • We're disappointed, but we're still just a half-game behind the leaders We are where we want to be playing teams of this caliber ‘ It s like I told the kids at halftime, we re going to have to beat teams like this if we're ever going to challenge for the district title,” Matulich said ‘ We're going to go back to work and we ll be better We re committed to that,” he said District 13-4A District 13 4A Football Standings SEASON Team Clemens Boerne Tivy Mays Smithson Valley New Braunfels Lockhart Canyon Fredericksburg DISTRICT Clemens Boerne Kerrville Tivy Mays Smithson Valley New Braunfels l^ockhart Canyon Fredericksburg Friday s Games Ixx khart 7, Canyon 6 Clemens 35 Smithson Valley 0 Tivy 13, Boerne 13 (tie> Hays23. 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Mimi Abel and Pam Tyler Second place went to Thermon C and third went to the City of New Braunfels The Women s high game w ent to Sharon Peltier with a 219 and Russell Mills had the high men s score of 235 Other companies competing in the event were McCoy s New Braunfels Independant School District. New Braunfels Herald Zeitung. Holly Farms Peyton's Southwest Texas State I’niversi tv River Gardens. Mensor and Gulf Business Forms Next on the Challenge agenda is the softball tournament which will take place (HU IT 18 at the Gary Job Core in San Marcos Men s and Go-rec teams will ve fielded The deadline to register is Get 14 All interested companies wishing to formulate teams should contact Charlie Sandberg at 625-5818 Bowling Mere are the results from the bowling portion of the Tri County ( orporate Challenge 1 Tempflex C. 2959 pins 2 Thermon C 2949 3 City of New Braunfels 2928 4 Peyton s B 2873 5 Thermon K 2871 ♦> Thermon A. 2837 7 Gulf Business Forms 2»t:> 8 N B I S I) A 2764 8 River Gardens 2?m IO McCoy s 2745 Tempflex t won IO points l’hermon C won 8 points City of New Braunfels won (> point" Peyton s B won 4 points Thermon F scored 2 points Thermon \ won I point The lop women Ixiwlet " for the series were Sharon Pedler 2o \ tuna Myer 4«> and Terry Glar\ 4* 2 The top women s scores for a single game were Sharon Pedler 219 Terry Clary 190 and Kathy Burlln 18** The top men lx>wler" for the series were Russell Mills m»'2 Mark Hurdtck >5M> and Larkin Smith *32 The top men s scores for a single gam* were Russell Mills 2 Dick Jordon J and hid Teschner 2<>1 1985 Dodge Crew Cab Gold /Tan •V-8 •AT. •PS. •PB. *AI C •Tilt. •Cruise. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 4, 1987

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