New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 30, 1987, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 30, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zatfunp New Braunfels Texas Wednesday December 30 1 987 Page 11A Carroll leads Houston past cold Pistons By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Houston Rockets Twin Towers are being rebuilt with a slightly different architecture Seven-foot Joe Barry Carroll, strictly Akeem Olajuwon's backup since the Dec 12 trade that sent 7-4 Ralph Sampson to Golden State, played many of his 36 minutes at forward Tuesday night Carroll had 25 points and 13 rebounds and Olajuwon added 15 points and 14 rebounds as the Rockets broke the Detroit Pistons 10-game winning streak with a 101 91 victory •i’ve always said I think they can play together ” Houston Coach Bill Fitch said of Carroll and Olajuwon “They can play as well as Ralph and Akeem did ’’ Houston trailed 57 46 at halftime but Olajuwon and Carroll scored IO points each in the third quarter as the Rockets outscored the Pistons 30 IO for a 76-67 lead Adrian Dantley led the Pistons in scoring with 18 points but he was 6-for 15 while Isiah Thomas was 4 for 14 and Vinnie Johnson 2 for IO Mavericks 126, Kings 117 Mark Aguirre who twisted his ankle in practice on Monday scored 24 of his 31 points in the first half as Dallas defeated Sacramento for its fourth straight victory The Mavericks led by as many as 17 points in the third quarter before the Kings who got 25 points and IO re bounds from Otis Thorpe cut the NBA Pacific Division By Th* Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division w L Pct. GB Boston 17 8 680 _ Philadelphia 12 13 480 5 Washington 8 16 333 8', New York 9 18 333 9 New Jersey 5 21 192 12* v Central Division Detroit 17 6 739 4 Atlanta 19 7 731 Milwaukee 15 9 625 3 Chicago 15 12 556 44 Indiana 13 12 520 54 Cleveland 12 14 462 i WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwext Division mr L Pct GB Dallas 17 8 680 Denver 16 ll 593 2 Houston 13 12 520 4 San Antonio 12 12 500 4 7 Utah 13 14 481 5 Sacramento 7 30 259 ll L A Lakers 20 6 769 _ Portland 16 IO 615 4 Seattle 14 13 519 64 Phoenix 9 15 375 IO L A Clippers Golden State 8 15 .148 104 4 19 174 144 Tuesday's Games Milwaukee 106 New Jersey 88 Houston 101. Detroit 91 New York 123 Portland HO Atlanta 106 Chicago 96 Dallas 126, Sacramento 117 Hah 98 Denver 97 Los .Angeles Lakers 131 Philadelphia 115 Today s Games Detroit at Indiana Portland at W ashington Atlanta at Cleveland Houston at Milwaukee Sacramento at San .Antonio Golden State at Utah Phoenix at Los Angeles Clippers Boston at Seattle Thursday s Games So games scheduled deficit to 95-91 early in the final period Dallas then went on a 14-4 spurt with Derek Harper hitting a 3-point shot and a three-point play Harper finished with 21 points and 15 assists Lakers 131, 76ers 115 IjOS Angeles beat Philadelphia for its ninth straight victory as Byron Scott scored a career high 37 points and Magic Johnson added 26 points and matched his season high with 17 assists The leakers trailed i9 15 after one period but outscored the 76ers 4o-27 in the second quarter and 35-24 in the third period for a 110-90 lead Charles Bartley led Philadelphia scorers with 25 points before being ejected late in the third quarter after elbowing AC Green Hawks 108, Bulls 98 Atlanta handed Chicago its fifth straight loss as Glenn Rivers had 29 points. 15 rebounds and 12 assists and Dominique Wilkins 26 points The Bulls who have lost nine of 12 since starting the season with an NBA best 12-3 record were led by Michael Jordan s 39 points Jazz 98, Nuggets 97 Utah won its third road game of the season and Denver lost for the second time at home as Kari Malone scored a season-high 37 points for the Jazz Denver had a chance to win in the final seconds, but guard Mike Evans shot an air ball and Malone grabbed his 13th rebound Danny Schayes had a season-high 27 points and Alex English scored 24 for the N uggets Bucks 106, Nets 88 Milwaukee won its third straight as Terry Cummings scored 21 points at New Jersey The Bucks extended a 28-19 lead to 38-21 early in the second quarter before the Nets used a 9-2 streak to get within IO points Milwaukee responded with a 12-2 spurt for a 52-32 advantage and extended the margin to 91-62 in the fourth period New Jersey was led by Dennis Hop son with 22 points Knicks 123, Blazers HO New York broke nine game losing streak against Portland as Kenny W alker scored a season high 25 points and Gerald Wilkins hit six of his 22 during a decisive 12-0 spurt rn the fourth quarter Portland trailing 103-89 with 8 22 left in the game cut the deficit to five with 5 16 left on a tip-in by Jerome Kersey who led the Trail Blazers with 29 points and 12 rebounds Late FG gives Georgia Liberty win over Hogs Freedom & Holiday bowls on tap tonight Bx The associated press Bow I games are the time to reward regulars for their contributions to a winning season For Air Force and Iowa ap peararnes in games tonight in Southern California will feature untested 'eservrs getting their shot at the limelight Air boree plays Arizona State in the Freedom Howl .Anaheim while Iowa fdies Wvomtng in the Holiday Bowl al San Diego I»ee Dowis who set an NCAA single season record for rushing yards by a quarterback with I 315 broke his nght hand rn the Falcons ast game at Hawaii Steve laRmch who was beaten out by Dow is this season will step in to run the Air Force wishbone Suspensions have depleted Iowa s ranks coating the Haw key es free safety Dwight bistrunk and <iefensise end Joe Mott plus reserve defensive lineman Paul Gkmek That means Jay Mess and Nean Ridley will start in place of the players that coach Hayden Fry suspended for IIM ipur.ary reasons «rn Thursday it s ninth ranked South c around st No 7 Louisiana slate rn the Gator Bowl and No 19 Ihttshurgh against Texas in the Bluebonnet Bowl sn games go on New N ear s Day topped by the national championship matchup of No I Oklahoma against No 2 Miami in the Orange Bowl I ndefeatrd Syracuse ranked fourth plays No 6 Auburn in the Sugar Bowl The h irs!a Hows features No J Florida State against No 5 Nebraska The Rose Bowl has No 8 Michigan state and 17th ranked southern C ai while No 12 Notre Dame plays No 15 Texas AAM in the Cotton Bow! The c itrus Bowl has No 13 Clemson against No Jo Penn Slat e The bowl parade ends on Jan 2 w uh the Peach Bow I featuring No 16 tennessee and Indiana and the Hall of Fame Bowl pitting Michigan against Alabama Freedom Bowl Air Force 9 3 and second in the nation in rushing with W6 i yards a game will go from a I oui* yard rusher rn Dow is to a 192 yard rusher in laHnich * I rn Dee s backup that s my job on the team to tie physically and mentally prepared to go in l^tmch said Unfortunately l**e got hurt He * what made Air Force go all year My job ts to make sure we don t miss a beat and to make sure all ll cylinders run at once I ha\e all the confidence in the world in Ste\e Air Force c oach Fisher DeBerry said 'Ae perceixe ourselves as a strong family and when we face adversity it brings us closer together Everybody will do their best to rally around Steve That s why I feel as positive as I do Arizona State 6-4 I could be playing lls fliUi game under Coach John < ooyMT. who is rumored to be one of two Anal isis for the Ohio •'tate job Hoper said I ail! let you know more in the next few days I think it will be a high scoring game Cooper said Both teams will move the ball Cooper said that ever. though Air Force has defensive tackle Chad Hennings a first team A,. Amenta who won the Outland Trophy as the nation s outstanding interior lineman And Arizona state guard Randall McDaniel wa" second team All America and won Pacific IO honors as the league s best offensive ineman Holiday Bowl It s not before Uke we havent done it Iowa may be undermanned because of the suspensions but the Haw key es are deep enough not to be handicapper! Wyoming c oach Paul Roach said Mess a fifth year senior was swit ohed to defensive back last spring after he eouldn t make it as a quarterback and wide receiver “Its more or less a dream that s turned into reality Marting in the Holiday Bowl makes up for five years of frustration said Hess who missed most of the year with a knee injury after seeing no action in 1986 Hell be at strong safety while Kerry Burt who usually starts at strong safety shifts to free safety in place of bist runk I m just really starting to feel the pressure now * Hess said But I rn a person that really doesn t get her vous W hen the pressure is on that s when I rn at my best Ridley will play weakside defen sive end while Mike Burke moves from there to the strong side Those guvs definitely made a quality contribution to the team and turned in some big plays for us Ridley said of the suspended players But we just have to step in there Wyoming making its first bowl ap pear ame since the 1976 Fiesta Bows ranked fourth nationally in total of feme while Iowa was "lith in pass mg The Hawkeye* also were 16th in defense We have very similar type foot ball teams actually ’ Fry said Both teams are capable of moving the football and for years in my opi mon the Holiday Bowl has been the most exciting bowl game in Amene a MEMPHIS. Tenn (AP Georgia Coach Vince Dooley figures his 15th-ranked Bulldogs come-from behind victory over Arkansas in the Liberty Bowl may be a good omen The Bulldogs capped a 9-3 season with a 39 yard field goal by-John Kasay as time expired Tuesday night to defeat the Razor backs 20-17 i'm very proud of the way our team came back and won the ballgame We’ve lost games in the last second recently so it s good to win one in the same way." Dooley said The Bulldogs escaped disaster with I 42 left in the game when Arkansas placekicker Kendall Tramor was wide to the left as he attempted to break a 17-17 deadlock from 36 yards out Arkansas forced the Bulldogs to punt and wanted to mount a last-gasp dnve from its own 40-yard line The Razorbacks victory hopes were dashed quickly however as Georgia cornerback Carver Russaw intercepted a first-down pass by Greg Thomas at the Arkansas 43 Four plays later Kasay sent the Bulldogs home a bowl winner for the first time in four years “I guess the turning point in the game was Russaw s intercep Hon " Dooley said Kasay a freshman who had hit only one of two field goal attempts during the regular season was given placement duties for the game after junior kicker Steve Crumley was suspended for the game by Dooley for breaking team rules Kasay said he was ready for the final second pressure • You prepare for this the pressure in your mind for hours and hours he said I knew the kick was good when I hit it I could just feel it It's a feeling a kicker gets when he hits the ball good “ Georgia s 13 point comeback in the fourth quarter took some of the luster off the performance of the Razorbacks Thomas who was voted the game s MYP Thomas rushed for 79 yards on 13 carries scoring on runs of IO yards and I yard He completed seven passes for 86 yards Arkansas took a 3-0 lead with 6 37 in the first quarter on a 43 yard field goal by Trainor After Georgia moved in front 7-3 on a I-yard run by Lars Tate, the Razorbacks appeared to take con trot Thomas guided the Razorbacks 68 yards in the final minutes of the second half to push Arkansas into a 10-7 lead Arkansas retained its momenteum at the start of the se cond half taking the kickoff and driving 76 yards in only eight plays to forge a 17-7 advantage on Thomas I va rd scoring run Georgia refused to fold however pulling within 17-10 on a 24-yard field goal by Kasay on the first play of the fourth quarter and moving into a 17-17 deadlock with IO 23 left to play on a 5-yard scoring run by James Jackson The Bulldogs got the opportune tv to pull even when cornerback Rusty Beasly intercepted a deflected pass thrown by Thomas at the Razorback 39 with 13:20 re roaming Arkansas Coach Ken Hatfield said the dec ision may have turned on a holding penalty that pushed his Razorbacks from field position at the Bulldog 5 to the 19-yard line “We had a great dnve in the fourth quarter from our 12 lo their 5 Then we had a crucial holding penalty lf not for the penalty we would have been kicking from the 5 to win. ” Hatfield said Hatfield said the loss mirrored some the Razorbacks frustra tions during their 9-4 season “At times this year we found a way to lose Hatfield said “We have to do a better job next year We hope our rising seniors can learn from the mistakes we made so they can be encouraging to others when future mistakes are made ^clumps Huns 1881 Hwy. 81 W Straight Whiskey 625-0832 Vodka, Gin & Rum OIO^OZOIGIOIOIOIO.C Ernie*- ^harpenin^ CCMf.f’l S"*aotN Nj SE®* I RN I HASSOLD DEALER FOR Tanaka CHAIN SAWS 1984 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Dr. Gold 4Cyi.,A" PS PB A C Tilt Cruise Cassette. 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