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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 31, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                January 1991 Sports New Texas Page lUlJJJUlfJl i swimming caw competition thb Saii Swini Freshman Jamie Sheridan ted NttUiitfcls with an plate finish in the 200 freestyle and cantc within seconds of plating in i hc iOObrcasl Other strong pcrforthanccs were turned in by Jason Chow iri the 100 butterfly and 100 breast fllliitry Piooknow in the 50 frcbs tyic aiulKX back and rjy Rcbckah MOScheau in the 200 t IIP Unicorns 200 medley relay Jennifer Sheridan and Stephanie Luca finished 11 while the 200 freestyle relay of Jennifer j Rcbckah Mos chcau and Sheridan placed Coach Nancy Sheridan Antonio which featured more than 400 was a slern Opening test for This was a difficult for trie but it gave them a taste of some of the best competition in the she saldk v Alihough tthc team was onlyiofficiaily iormed in ihc on competing in Its district meet in two f f J district C docs not we had pcUtioii1 to participate Uj other area AH Uxi miss a great deal of rttitig tlslrict 27f the nucleus a cxpcCt to be strong comperittirs jri the upcoming distfict Swimmers at dknyortlBgA SChooLarc also lish a icamaijd tnc school lion next swimjners ifrbHi competed in UiffSah An with the Day lights it up for Razor backs Arkansas blows out begins to set sights oft topranked UNLV By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AlabamaBirmingham Coach Gene Bartow says the 10 matchup between 2 Arkansas and 1 NevadaLas Vegas will be Barlows Blazers lost 10472 to Arkansas 211 Wednesday On in a game played at Van British UAB lost 10968 to They are two phenomenal Bartow said after Wednes days What makes Arkansas tough is they keep coming at at Bartow said he thinks the 12 rank ings of UNLV and Arkansas are accu but Arkansas will have the advantage at UAB 138 stayed close to Arkan sas throughout the first which ended with the Razorbacks up by just four The opening per iod saw the score tied 11 and the lead change hands 10 But in the first five minutes of the second Todd Day hit 10 of his 33 points to spark a 212 surge that gave Arkansas firm Razorback Coach Nolan Richard son said Days following his fivepoint game Saturday at showed what a good player he Todd Days performance just goes to show you never know about a Richardson Everyone has bad days and Todd had one at But he showed what a good Day also led Arkansas in rebounds with a careerhigh and went 8for8 at the freethrow Roosevelt Wallace added 17 for Arkansas and Miller had Andy Kennedy led UAB with Elben Rogers had 13 and Stanley Jackson and Jack Kramer added 12 Dexter Cambridge came off the bench to score a careerhigh 26 points as Texas won its sixth straight confer ence defeating Southern Methodist Cambridge sparked the Longhoms in the first scoring 15 During one threeminute the 67 junior from the Bahamas scored 13 straight points as Texas jumped to a 3523 advantage with left before The Longhoms convened 4of8 3point attempts in the first but only 2of10 in the Cam bridge was 11of18 from the including two Before the Mustangs 44 had won six of their last seven Tim Mason led the Mustangs with 21 points on 9of12 shooting from the Mike Wilson followed with 17 and Chad Allen Kelvin Crawford scored 17 points as Texas Christian used a attack to beat Texas Tech The victory was Coach Moe Ibas 199th career TCU 53 held an 18point early in the second haft but had to regroup as the Red Raider rallied to pull to within two points oh Bryant Moores 3pointer with left in the Texas Tech equalled tho Homed Frogs from the shooting 52 Dana Hardy and Marvin Moor scored 23 and 18 points respectively to lead Rice to a comefrombehind 10296 victory over Baylor The 102 points were mosf scored by Rice this David Wesley led Baylor with a seasonhigh 35 The game seesawed back and forifi in a first half which featured three and nine lead Klingler decision to be announced today HOUSTON AP University of Houston Coach John Jenkins hopes the NFL draft doesnt strike twice in the same Heisman Trophy winner Andre Ware skipped his senior season with the Cougars last year in favor of the NFL and his quarterback David planned to announce today if hell make the same The Houston Post quoted sources Wednesday as saying who set or tied 33 NCAA records last would remain for his senior year with the Klingler refused to confirm the The decision is I was just trying to find a time convenient for me to hold a news confer Klingler Its amazing how many things have been said that supposedly I said or somebody else So were going set the record Ware passed up his senior season with the Cou gars and became the firstround draft pick of Detroit He signed a fouryear contract a reported Sportsworld UIL looks Into expanding playoffs AUSTIN AP A University Intcrscholastic League panel is gathering information about three plans ihal would change ihe state high school play off structure for the 199293 and 199394 school according 10 a The three concepts apply to all team sports and arc aimed at compensating for different enroll ments among schools in all the Austin AmericanStatesman said One idea would send three teams in all districts and all classifications to the state Another would expand only Class 5A playoff brackets to three The UlLs legislative council Tuesday also asked for input on a proposal that would allow four playoff teams from each The measure would set up divisions within each eightteam dis If division winners did not meet in the stale 10 stale football champions and 40 other team winners would be crowned each school UIL Director Bailey Marshall said staff mem bers will solicit comments on the proposals at sev cral February mcciings around ihe The 24mcmbcr legislative council will mcel March 8 in Austin for public hearings and vote March 10 on policy affecting UIL rcalignmcnl for the 199293 and 199394 school Walsh turns down Tampa Bay job AP Bays bid to lure Bill Walsh back to coaching have fallen Osvncr Hugh Culvcrhouse said the former San Francisco 49crs coach has decided to continue his broadcasting career with Culvcrhouse said in a statement released by the Buccaneers that both he and Bucs administrator Phil Kruegcr the job opening with who led the 49ers to three Super Bowl championships before retiring after the 1988 The statement added lhat the Bucs hope to name their new coach within a Culverhbuse is also expected to lalk wilh former Philadelphia Eagles Coach Buddy Ryan about the and Krueger said permission had been obtained to interview New York Giants Defensive Coordinator Bill Beli Sanders to play baseball in too NEW YORK AP Dcion Sanders will be tak ing his show 10 Ailanla next uniting his baseball and football careers in ihe same an outfielder who also plays comerback for the Atlanta agreed lo a contract with the Braves farm team al Richmond of the Class AAA International Sanders hit just for the New York Yankees in 133 atbats last season and was released afier he left the learn lo join the Sanders will play baseball through July 31 and then will report to the He gets a signing bonus and a whether he is in the majors or College Hall of Fame adds a dozen YORK AP In Auburn quarter back Pat Sullivan edged Cornell running back Ed Marinaro for the Heisman r On both were Marinaro and 1969 Heisman winner Steve Owens of Oklahoma were among 12 players and three coaches named to the college football Hall of Also selected were receiver Fred Biletnikoff of Florida running back Lv Parker Hall bf Mis back Kenny Easley of end Hub Bcchtol of Texas and linemen Alex Karras of Bobby Bell of George Savits ky of James Stillwagon of Ohio Stale and Wayne Mey Ian of The ihrcc former coaches elected to the Hall were Dave Maurcr of Tommy Prothro of Oregon Suite and UCLA and Allyn McKeen of Memphis Slate and Mississippi The new members will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the National Football Foundations awards winner 10 in New The founda tion sponsors the Hall of Sizeable striper George Resales and his son Joshua Paul caught this 26pound striped bass in the Guadalupe River just below the Mission Valley on Saturday The fish measured 39 inches in 1 Briefly Baseball clinic tonight with SF pitching coach Larry ihc San Francisco Giants minor league pitching coordi svill conduct a free baseball clinic today from al the Academy Street The clinic is geared to middle schoolers and upper elementary school but high school sludenis arc also Parents and coach es arc also invited lo Hardy pitched at ihe major league level for San Diego and and has been a pitching coach for ihe Toronto Blue Jays and now Ihc The clinic will attempt to cover all phases of ihe from individual to team Beginning with ihe basics of each position will be covered in this order first base stealing and situa tions will be discussed after Questions will be fielded throughout ihc Davis aces hole at Landa Park course Jim Davis shot a holcinoneon Tuesday on ihc 181 yard seventh hole al the Landa Park Golf His playing partners were Jack Bob Thompson and Will team up to win NBGA tournament Bob Kliefoth and Ken Will shot a 60 on Friday lo take first place in ihc New Braunfcls Golf Associations twoman learn bcllcr ball Tying for second wilh 61s were the team of Royce Slaven and Robert and the team of Cliff Nelson and Ronnie In individual Slaven and Hill lied for A flighl honors at while Nelson and Scheel lied for ihird al Danny Hill had the low gross score of while Jerry Hylin was closesl lo ihe pin on and Bruce Weldy was closest Landa Park Golf Course sets upcoming tourneys The Landa Park Golf Course will host five golf tournaments by Valen tines The Legends tournament will begin at on with a Guys and Dolls tournament on also beginning at Another Legends event will be at 930 on The monthly Sunday Scramble will begin at on with a Guys and Dolls tournamcnl on 14 starting al Softball registration concludes on February 10 The registration deadline for the New Braunfcls Softball Associalion is All roslcrs mid fees are due al Uial There will be a meeting at Miller Beer at 6 on that Anyone interested in grounds keep ing for the NBSA for the months March through October should con laci ihc The deadline for field maintenance is Possible leagues include mens C and church and mens over Rosters may be obtained from Glcnda or ihe Box New TX Contact Glcnda al 6252367 in the day or 6207743 in ihe If interested in grounds write lo ihc above Scoreboard On The Air THURSDAY 6 College basketball Ohio State at Michigan College basketball Tulane al South Pro basketball Chicago at San 8 College basketball North Caroli na at 9 College basketball Washington at Arizona Pro basketball Atlanta at LA 11 College basketball Wyoming al Midnight College basketball Colorado State at FRIDAY I Golf Senior PGA Royal Carri bean first 3 Golf LPGA Oldsmobile second 6 College hockey Maine at North 7 Pro basketball Detroit al 8 Boxing Tony Martin Donald junior II Boxing from Local Sports FRIDAY 5 Boys basketball Hays at Canyon 5 Boys basketball Lockhart at Smilhson Valley 5 Soccer Clemens at Smilhson Valley 5 Soccer Seguin al Canyon 5 Girls basketball Smilhson Valley varsity at 5 Girls basketball Canyon varsity al Boys basketball San Marcos al New Braunfels Girls basketball New Braun fels varsity at San 6 Soccer Boerne al New Braun SATURDAY 6 Soccer New Braunlels varsity al San Bowling Here are the weekly standings and results from the Coma Bowl Monday Afternoon Ladles Shadow Park Meckel Deer Processing D4M Gift Shoppe High series Lulu High game Lulu Monday Ladles NB Mattress Furniture Century 21 Morris High series Kim High game KathyWues City Ten Phi Sunside Pool Spa Molly Joes Landa High series Donald High game Bobby Bar Tuesday Morning Ladles Recycled Teenagers McKenna Hospital Auxiliary Three High series Lois High game Joyce Swlngtime Seniors Tubers Recycled Teens Go High series womenFlorence 513 menJohn Won High game womenMillie 204 menJohn Owls Four Windy Aggies 4way High 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