New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1987, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Thursday December3. 198/ Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels Texas Pafle 8 All-Americans Five repeaters make first team By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tight end Keith Jackson and guard Mark Hutson repeaters from last year, are among a record-tying five first teamers from No I ranked Oklahoma to make the Associated Dress All America football team The XI’ learn, announced Wednesday features five repeaters and also includes a first ever return specialist Notre Dame s Tim Brown and the first Tulane player in 48 years to make the elite first team record-setting wide receiver Marc Zeno The All American backfield con sists of Syracuse quarterback Don McPherson, the national leader in passing efficiency, and running backs Craig "Ironhead” Hey ward of Pittsburgh and Thurman Thomas of Oklahoma State who finished second and third, respectively, inrushing The other holdovers from 1988 besides Jackson and Hutson are Brown. Ohio State linebacker Chris Spielman and Miami defensive back Belime Blades Oklahoma's other representatives all from the nation's top-rated defen sive unit, are linebacker Dante Jones, defensive player of the year in the Big Hight Conference, end Oar iell Heed. a four time All Big Hight selection, and free safety Hickey Dix on Since the AP released its first All Xmenca team in 1925. only Army s 194.) national champions had as many as five first team players There were no separate offensive and defensive units in those days and Ar my was represented on the ll man All America team by tackles Dewitt Tex Coulter and Al Nemetz guard John Green and backs (Benn Davis and Doc Blanchard Hic AP All America team will tie featured on Bob Hopes annual Christmas television show entitled A Snow Job in Florida on Satur daw Dec 19 NBC TX    8-9 pm KST The XII America team is selected by the XP's sports editor college football editor and regional sports editors X player must make his all conference or all sectional team to be considered for the All America first team Second ranked Miami of Florida No i Florida State and No 6 Auburn each had two players on the All America team, which includes deten >i\e lineman Daniel Stubbs of Miami linebacker Paul McGowan and defensive Deion Sanders of Florida State and offensive tackle Stacy Searels and linebacker Hurt Cram of Auburn Notre Dame's Brown was a wide receiver on the 1988 All .America team but his receptions were down from 45 to 39 as opponents doubleteamed him and the Irish threw less following an early season injury that sidelined quarterback Torn An drvsiak “The attention defenses pay to him dictates so much of what we do often sively.” Coach Con Holt/ says Brown finished sixth nationally with an average of IC*. 8 all purpose yards a game and a total of I 843 yards 144 rushing 848 receiving. 4oi on punt returns and 452 on kickoff returns He is Notre Dame s career leader with 2.493 reception yards and tied an NCAA record by returning two punts for touchdowns against Michigan State “He's like try ing to grab hold of a piece of electricity Purdue Coach Fred Akers said The All America wide receivers are Zeno, tin* major college career leader with 3.725 reception yards, and Indiana s Fame Jones player of the year in the Big Ten This season. Zeno caught 77 passes his average of seven a game tied him for second nationally for 1.206 yards and 13 touchdowns Jones caught 59 passes tot i ll * yards, an 18 9 yard average His yardage total and 5 3 catches per game Uh! the Big Ten Thomas the Big Fight s offensive player of the year finished third in the country in rushing with 148 8 yards a game and set an Oklahoma State career mark of 4 847 He gained at least |08 yards in every game but one he was held to sex en yards on rune carries by Nebraska lie finish ed the season with 173 yards against oklahoma 202 against Kansas and a school record 293 against low a State The 260 pound Hey ward is one of th ret* juniors on the 25 man Xii Xmenca squad The others ,r* Texas XA Al s John Hoper ,i defen sive end-out side linebacker and Florida State s Sanders T he other 22 first teamers are seniors The rest of the offensive nut e n sists of tackles Dave Cadigan of Southern California guard John Mc Cormick of Nebraska center igna/io “Nacho Aliiergamo of LM and Clemson plncektcker David Treadwell Cold Stars conclude tournament at 1-1-2 In spite of near freezing temperatures, ankle deep mud pud dies and occasional drizzle the Mid Cities Gold Stars soccer team gilt tered Friday in the 7th annual Met Life Alamo Classic soccer tourna men! Atter battling three tough teams in a single day they walked away with a 2-u win and two ties l l and 2-2 to give them a total of 18 points Optimisms sparkled in their eyes and dreams of trophies danced in their heads bul only tor one br ie! •lay Karly Saturday morning, it all turned into toot s gold when they were defeated b a painful score of 5 I Friday s schedule again tiegan w it ti the Stars pitted against San An hullo s NKA SO Panthers The two cams tiad faced each other twice in regular -eason play, with txith tunes ending in a tie Nevertheless the Stars showed them “who s bad Aith a bold 2 0 win Forward Kyan Haupert of New Braunfels scored first after weaving ins way through a maze of players Gilding in from left field he raced to the penalty area and breezed the ball past the goalie for the opening point Now Braunfels powerhouse James Drury along with speedster Peter Fisenhauer of Wimberley, aided in Hie drive by pressuring the team up field through defensive ingenuity Midfielder Kyan McDonald of New Braunfels wrapped up the shutout on a direct slide to Centerfield, from where he planted the ball in the net early in the second half Game 2 followed shortly after wards barely allowing tile Mid Cities players time to catch their breath this time they faced the G KAYS A Fogies of Randolph in San Antonio The Fogies took the early lead despite a courageous effort on the part of New Braunfels’ goalie Kyan Rogers, who literally had the ball kicked from his hands into the net McDonald evened up Hie score when a left corner kick made a “banana curve into the net tying up the first half I I Jessie Woodward (Canyon Lake , Robert Garza New Braunfels' and KC. Le men 'San Marcos took over Reunited Bird, McHale lead Boston in the second half Irespite nunieious attempts on goal the game el ted w Uh a scoreless second half The third and final game of the day Mated the Gold Stars against .i reportedly strong team from Dallas known un the Juvenile Newcomer Anthony Partin of san Marcos slipped into the goalie pus) lion for the first halt impressing spectators with bis balance and con trol Phis allowed Rogers to play tor ward, where he along with Denton Scott ol New Braunfels played an ag gressive and clever game Haupert had Hie tirst score as lie shot downfield and booted in tile bali almost before Hie opponent could blink an eye The Ju vent us were not to tie taken lightly however and with only bi seconds left to play led 2 I At that point Lenin was trampled by a Dallas player, resulting in i direct kick for Hit* Stars Forward Jerry Van Ney of New Braunfels t«»ok the kit k and casually eased the ball just above the reach of the goalie to tie up tile store at 2 2 With a competitive point total for the day the Stars retired feeling con talent about their chances for a Sun day playoff However. Saturday s game demolished all hopes us the Stars faced tile talented and deter mined Arlington Torpedo* Somehow tile Stars never seemed to warm up as tin* Torpedo* fired goal after goal into the net W hen the Arlington team blasted in the third goal early in the second half Stars Coach Daniel Pavloscfu pulled lits usual staring line Despite sinking spirits. San Mal cgs Stuar Self managed to guide the ball out of a tangled pile of players and into the net for the only Stars score of the day Newcomers Jeremy Moeller New Braunfels and Bullet Burchett San Marcos played well for the Stars despite the loss Regular season play continues Saturday as the team travels to San Antonio to challenge the NASI. Sidewinders on Lackland F ield No I at 3 p rn On Sunday they w ill host a blue division ( orpus < 'bristI team at 2 p rn at the H F B Fields for a prat* lice scrimmage n, TMF ASSOCIATE D PRESS Larry Bird and Kevin AT Hale art back together and as good ,.s eve? We have a sense of continuity with Kevin back in the lineup Boston Coach K C Jones said after Bird and Mi Hale Uni the Celtics to a I to 99 NBA victory over New Jersev on Wednesday night Bird who misled tout game - w it tendinitis in troth Achilles ten ions and McHale who underwent too* surgery last June 22 started th* first game together since the NBA finals last June in ta minutes Bint had (4 [mint' six tetxmnds and nim assist^ arni McHale played 32 minute- urn! added 7 points eight rebounds .md tw * blocked shots m Ills se. ..fid u| peararueof til* season Jones said Bird is fully recovered from ins Achilles problems Imp McHale will have to t>e a,.*, ti. * dose! v Datinv Ainge had 2" j»*»ir*t-    ,< j Dennis Johnson I i assists alHmugh he went scoreless as the Celtics auf their i4th consecutive regular * is* a, gain*’ at Boston < ..Odell But k Williams had IT points for th** Nets who have lost their laM -even games ■ Bulls IQS Jcizz IQI NBA B, J ti* a * Michael Jot i Iud Mig ft** Kart Ma. •hounds Ic set sitiv ** free throw s Blazers 111, Laker s 104 Portland won its cventh sp aq Maili** and tied tut I .IMT i ' Forum tor th#* first time since ne Clippers BB 76ers BS Nuggets 147 K inqs I 20 I,.duvet * Lever bad , (wont- t*< Denver Reggie Thens ha.' ha the Kings Pistons 11 S Bucks 10S Detroit * ’h-dm-t «i t. uti-ef h gt I HU Ut f ey %J A    i *    *    it    t Bai Latin!* ad* ted j 4 pi ants ar it* t * t *• Hit td * and tm ah (horn ax [mints Mid I I assist - {of (ta* Pistons Cavaliers 104 Sonics 102 Mark Prue us..i Pm. HuM-id p.* ext * lev* ..oui w it bt 2. [mints api«s * wlllie Seattle s Du.* Filii- had 2 Pacers 108 Bullets 102 indium* fought off .# jut*' rally .» W US man ! "■ tai* s, *•»! [mints freak against PhUu<ieiphia . Dude, stored to of bm I n the fourth quarter * Harkiev led the .U h with Moses Malott** led Hie Bullets wit 21 [mints and Jeff Malone ad*WM Jo Playoff MVP ready to move on NFW \<»Rh XP (Jary Doeth tile . ! valuable player in the American League playoff s is ready to test the freer lr*** agent market atter the World ( ha tup ion Minnesota I w ins ofter* ll m salary arbitration Tile bani tutting slick fielding third hasen ti said Wednesday tie would consider playing several oilier teams including Chicago i a California I ars Angeles Toronto Milwaukee and I HU roil Guetti said tie “would consider almost any ut fee Why sell yourself short*' he said Why would you want to limit yourself Tho Twins won the American league West tit!** tis twating tile Toronto HIU** Jay- in Hie AL playoffs and defeating the St Uruis Cardinals iii the World Series Gaelic who int more than 30 home runs aud drove in more than ion runs (or the second cor; secutive year humored in his first two playoff at bats and finished witti a too batting average ♦ for 2o while driving in five runs in earning Iii MX V award The big reason he won MA P is he got us ut? . r. Hie right toot and set the tone Minnesota Manager Tom Kelly said Day in and day out all you (lave to do is write tins name in th* lineup and don’t worry aliout it lh* s alw av - pushing rn the dugout saying Score mon* run score mon runs let's get going Gaetti will find out his worth to the I wins and the other major league clubs during th* it! s* a sui. in 19 play« i (Lit It I ti* * owtmv lh*- Falcons 2 WI the *- L1 point fax. non nf I gam lev eland outfield**! lit ft t ii and Giants outfield**! aet 11 s! en* our aged ttiat Hie tie*- agent market whn ti had t>*-**n stagnant tor the iasi two year    aret    leady    to break open f< the signings I uesdav Butlei bv San Flan i 'hilt I lax is bv ( aldol ma I rn going to do what s t*est tot unsaid * lf it sa multi veal contract if it s one year whatever “But Uiere s mon to it Hum leavmg the team It means having to mux* your funruly make new friends and a lot of oliver things And it Gaetti sign* I with a National te.tgue team It would me,tit adjusting bi a new league Pelluer to start against Atlanta IRA IM* AP Dallas (ow!*ovx coact) loin Landry says sun* Pelluer will -dart at quartet back when tin- team plays th** Atlanta Falcons Sunday i el Ider m Jus second Start will probably play the w hole game Landry said Wednesday Wh**n I start soineotv* ta* play s Landry said W * w out to see it we * un w in w itll him Dallas lost to Miami 20 Ii with Pelluei at ttu* controls in a Sunduv night game Nov 22 (in I hank'giving Day Hie (ow Dry s fell 44 in to Min ne sot a in overtime wilt) Danny White at quarter back We want to se* what Steve can do * Landry said Danny played an excellent game last week but turnovers art* t*othering turn ** .Stadium NCAA head to visit SWC meeting DALLAS AP A joint meeting of Southwest ( ontererae I.** ady representative- and athieti* directors Friday wilt include a visit from N< AA F \motive Director Dick .Schultz sWt official' s.od Wednesday sciiull/ will iejiort on a numhei ut St X A mat ters in his visit to Dallas white the NWL scIkhm have a full agenda of items to dis* uss d Hi* annual round of SWI winter meeting' lhui'd.«v ttirough Saturday ltie Directors of Athletic s are scheduled ti* na-et Thursday beton* ttu- sW( Couth ii convent s i ii day and Saturday Some of the primary topic s of dis* uss ion and a* Hon include A progress re[*ort on Hit* football prugi am at s* Kiltie rn Methodist Future sWi football s*Tieduies tiirougfi th* year 20t»2 A progress report and continued planning for the SWC Post Season Basketball Classic s ta i* ii March paw. Th** player agent problem Hardship cases tor student athletes A review ut proposed legislation at the annual M AA convention at Nashville Term on Jan id 14 1988 And a review of Hie minutes of coaches and committee meetings since Ha* 1987 SWP spimg meeting past Houston Houston s Akeern Olaiuzvon cannot ( ti /et t ; u- □«>,< : wood from getting off the game ,vmnn ; t ** ,* *    ; Defy! Clark! By TIM WAITS Stat I Wt iter san antonio After a disastrous road trip the San Antonio Spurs found then1 is without a doubt no place bk** home San Antonio snapjxM a Him* game losing streak with a 97 93 come from tiehind victory over the Houston Rockets Wednesday night at ttu* Hemisfatr Arena It was the Spurs first comeback w in this season ifs so hard tor oui team to win consistently on th** road said Spur Coach Bc*t) Weiss But we ve got to protect our record at home We struggled offensively but we hung in then* he said It s good tot this team no! to hav** a pretty game and w in ’ The spurs overcame a 12-point fourth quarter deficit using th** et forts of the most unlikely heroes Th*-Spurs went with a front tin** con swing of Mikt* Mite b«* 11 returning abet spending mote than .» month <>t Hi** disabled list third string center Kint Nimphius and forward David (• i ecnw <««*! X tenacious spur defense held th* Ro* gets s< *>r**iess tfw- last burr and a halt minutes of th* gam** Th* Ro* k* ’ tuts t t!• *11 Uvetiixelves . ttiev missed their List seven ft*-* throw dtempts cire* tiwood field scoreless and v t tuailv anonymous for almost the en tire game hit two stt.ogtit field goals with less than two minutes remaining to giv«* th** spurs their first and final Statistics HOUSTON i*3) Met rav I I 7 til 9 Sampson «• I 4 oiajuwon IO I > 1 4 23 short 2 12 M leaven 4 12 I 2 •* Petersen I * 2 4 B* Fits 4*8814 c ann**i I I •* *); M.ixw**ll l l »* 2 ft And**!son ** - u*1 Tdao 33 ti J* 40 *3 SANANTONIO «’ Helix f> l l I ., I cir****nv*(sui 2 8 t* . 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