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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 Sports New Texas Boys teams host playoff hopefuls Canyon forward Brian Caddcll is in reach of scoring 500 points for the season when the Hays Rebels visit Cougar Gym with the Cougars being one of three local teams playing at The two other boys teams also host district with Smithson Valley taking on Lockhart and San Marcos visiting New the countys leading scor er and third in District 264A behind Clemens Robb Miller and Lockharts Clay is averaging almost 21 ppints per He needs 20 in todays 8 game to hit in has Comal Coun tys two leading Behind Cad point guard Anthony Bucno averages 17 points per The Cougars arc looking to start a winning streak after an upset win at Bastrop on while Hays is almost in a mustwin The Rebels are currently tied with Lock hjart for second in the 264A stand but Hays has not played unbeaten Clemens in the second round and Lockhart Lockhart will be at Smithson Val ley for an 8 with the Lions in a position where every game is a Lockhart has only lost twice in district both times to But the Rangers played a tough firstround game at losing by four points in a wellplayed contest that could have gone either Smithson Valley guard Jason Long scored a seasonhigh 24 points in that but Carter also had one of his best games with 41 New Braunfels starts a stretch today in which the Unicorns hosts District 255As three elite teams for three weeks in a when San Mar cos visits for a The Rattlers until recently in strong playoff position have lost three games in a and are now tied for third with streaking McCollum at But San Marcos still has some of the districts premier marquee play Twin towers Nathion Gilmorc District 255 A District 255A Basketball Bpys W L Seguin 80 Central 6 1 GB 44 44 55 6 7 7 Hfirlandale NewBraunlels Tuesdays Games JHarlandale New Brauntels 57 South San 71 fSeguin San Marcos 58 Catholic East Central 83 Todays Games East Central at McCollum Marcos at New Braunlels TSouth San at Seguin New Braunfels at San Marcos Seguin at South San District 264A District 264A Basketball Boys W L GB Clemens 60 Hays 422 Lockhart 422 Canyon 244 Bastrop 1 5 5 Smithson Valley 1 5 5 Tuesdays Games Hays Smithson Valley 64 Clemens Lockhart 60 Todays Games Bastrop at Clemens Hays at Canyon Lockharl at Smithson Valley W L GB Seguin 90 Strain San 8 1 1 San Marcos 5 5 New Braunfels 455 East Central 455 McCollum 2 8 HarlandalG 1 g Tuesdays Games New Braunlels Hartandale39 South San McCollum 58 Seguin San Marcos 55 Todays Games McCollum at East Central Girls W Lockharl 8 Hays 6 Baslrop 5 Clemens 4 Smithson Valley 1 Canyon o Tuesdays Games Hays Smithson Valley 34 Bastrop Canyon 35 Lockhart Clemens 38 Todays Games Canyon at Hays Clemens at Bastrop Smithson Valley at Lockhart L GB 0 2 2 3 3 4 4 7 7 8 8 Sportsworld San Antonio selected for 93 Olympic Festival DALLAS AP The United States Olympic Committee today selected San Louis and Denver as host cities for three upcom ing Olympic The cities were named after a vote by the executive commit tee which acted upon recommenda tions of the festival San Antonio will host the festival in Louis in 1994 and Denver in The which have competi tion in 37 are held in non Olympic This summers festi val will be in Los Maryland and South Florida also had submitted Klingler to remain at UH for final year of eligibility HOUSTON AP David Klin who set or lied 33 NCAA records last said he will return for his senior year at Houston instead of entering the NFL KJinglcr said he came up with 23 reasons to stay at Houston and only three Klingler set singleseason NCAA records for touchdown passes attempts completions 374 and yards per game in He was fifth in the Hcisman balloting behind winner Ty Dctmcr of Rrigham Coach Davis denies breaking any NCAA rules COLLEGE STATION AP Texas Basketball Coach Kcr mil Davis refused for almost two months to defend himself against alle gations of recruiting Now hes taken the denying Thursday that he broke any NCAA rules in the recruiting of for ward Tony Scotl or in his associations with New York latent scout Rob money ever changed hands between Tony Scott and Rob Pavis ami the Aggie basketball program have been under scrutiny since 20 when a transfer from said Johnson was paid to recruit him for the Aggies and that Davis paid for travel expenses for Scotts There also were allegations that Johnson used Texas telephone credit cards and was paid for two weeks work at a summer basket ball camp operated by Houston attorney George who attended the news conference with said questions about the credit cards would be answered by the universitys own Theres no question in my mind well be cleared on both the phone credit cards and the Davis Its all documented there through our business department and he did not make Thais some thing thai will be brought oul in the Avoiding Valenzuela signs with LA LOS ANGELES AP Wilh his agent citing ihe Persian Gulf war as a Fernando Valenzuela agreed to a oneyear contract with the Los Angeles ihus avoiding an arbitral ion The 30yearold lefthander and the Dodgers agreed Thursday on a one year contract worth who earned mil lion last had requested a sal ary of million while ihc Dodgers offered The Dodgers offered the midpoint and Fernando fell al this lime with everything going on in ihc fighting for money is not appropriate right said Tony Val Fernando becomes a free agcni ai ihc end of the season With the kind of team the Dodgers have this hell most likely have a good season and well sec where he road leads us to after was 1313 with a earned run average in 204 innings last 1 Ie started 33 games and com pleted He also threw his first no healing the Louis Cardinals 60 on June Strickland a catalyst as Spurs rally to win Canyons Misty the countys leading scorer in girls goes up for a shot in a game earlier this The Cougarettes travel to Mountain City to play Hays The last time the two teams injuries and fouls forced Canyon to finish the game with just two players on the Photo by Erik Karlsson and Chris Stich receive much of the with Notre Damebound Gilmorc often controlling the defen sive The Rattlers top player and much of the key to their may be point guard Eric a transfer from Crockett who was all city last season in After the teams first Unicom Coach Cliff Wilkins said demons a clutch shooter who is also capable at running the show was as good as anyone in District 255 The Unicorn who have won three of their last four 255A are at San The Rattlers have 6l sophomore Pat Luckcy back from an and freshman guard Bonnie Byas scored 27 points in a Tuesday loss to But the Unicorns take momentum into the having routed Harlandalc by 30 points on Cindy Magcr scored a seasonhigh 20 points in the 12 of those in the Unicorns record 30point first The Smithson Valley Rangercttcs conclude their toughest week of the second traveling to Lockhart after a wellplayed home loss to Hays on The Lady Lions who have already clinched the district title with two games remaining arc ranked fourth in Class and arc unbeaten in district play going into the 8 272 is unde feated on the season when junior post Kim Brand is in the Brandl See Page 9 SAN ANTONIO AP Rod Strickland took the spotlight away from two of the NBAs superstars when the game was on the Strickland scored 22 includ ing six straight points in the final to help the San Antonio take a 106102 victory over the Chicago Bulls Thursday Michael Jordan scored 36 points for the Bulls and David Robinson had 31 pointsand 17 rebounds for the but Strickland put the finishing touches on the victory for San The Bulls held their last lead with remaining when he hit a jumper to make it Strickland then hit a pair of layups and two free throws to give the Spurs a 10094 lead with We played harder espe cially in the second San Anto nio Coach Larry Brown Rod really gave us a lift by playing an all around But of course David Robinson was again the The Spurs trailed 8275 after three but Robinson scored San Antonios first nine points of the final quarter to pull even at We finally came together in the final seven said They played really but thats the type of game that I I love to get into the flow of this type of game even though it does get a little Jordan had only one field goal in the final 20 minutes thanks o defen sive work by Sean Elliott ana Willie Jordans final field a 3point field pulled the Bulls to within 102100 with eight seconds The Spurs played a scrappy type of game and they play very well at Jordan We controlled the tempo in the first half but they just overwhelmed I tip my hat to Robinson because he certainly made the S L Sonics Rockets 94 HOUSTON AP It may have been the bench strength of the Seattle SuperSonics or it may have been the poor frecthrow shooting of the Hous ton Seattle Coach Jones was just glad to get out of Houston The Seattle bench outscored the NBA All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L GB Boston 32 11 Philadelphia 23 19 Washington 20 24 New York 19 25 NewJersey 14 30 Miami 11 33 Central Division Detroit 32 13 Chicago 29 13 Milwaukee 27 18 5 Atlanta 24 20 Indiana 18 24 Cleveland 14 29 17 Charlotte 13 29 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L GB San Antonio 31 11 Utah 29 15 3 Houston 23 21 9 Dallas 15 26 Minnesota 14 27 Denver 13 30 Orlando 11 33 21 Pacific Division Portland 37 8 LA Lakers 32 11 4 Phoenix 28 14 GoldenState 25 17 104 Seattle 20 22 LA Clippers 15 29 Sacramento 12 29 23 Thursdays Games Washington New York 98 Seattle Houston 94 San Antonio Chicago 102 Denver New Jersey 119 Utah Portland91 Golden State LA Clippers 119 LA Lakers Atlanta103 Todays Games Boston at Indiana at Phoenix at Detroit at 7 Chicago at Sacramento at 8 LA Lakers at LA Golden Slate at Rockets bench 539 Thursday night as the SuperSonics took a 9794 NBA victory over the Houston hit only 18 of 31 freethrows in the The to1an early lead and led by as many as 13 points until the Sonics bench took I had real ugly thoughts when the game started after we turned the ball over three straight said When we got down I just started subbing to see what would We were lucky to come out of this one Jones NB soccer team facing key weekend New Braunfels soccer team begins a weekend doubleheader of games hosting District 275As sur prise team today before facing San Marcos in a key earlyseason matchup on Both Smithson Valley and Canyon will also be at home today as the frontrunning Rangers host Schertz Clemens at 7 and Seguin visits the Cougars with a starting Tonight Boernc completes its threegame swing against the three projected favorites in the The Greyhounds take on New Braunfels at 8 at Unicorn after hav ing dropped two straight against Smithson Valley and San Boernc first caught the attention of the district coaches when it upended Clemens 41 in its district The Greyhounds then routed Lockhart and led Smithson Valley 21 in the second half before losing Craig Boemes top recievcd a red card in the second half against the and missed Tues days game with San Without the Italian foreign exchange the Greyhounds dropped a 30 Stone will be back jn the lineup tonight against New which so far has had just two district The Unicorns have looked strong Soccer District 275A Soccer Standings Team W L T Pts Smithson Valley 4008 San Marcos 3006 NewBraunlels 2004 demons 2104 Boorno 2204 Tivy 1202 Seguin 1302 Canyon 0300 Lockhart 0400 Fridays Games Smilhson Valley Tivy 0 Now Braunlols Soguln 1 San Marcos Boorno 0 Clemens Lockhart 3 Todays Games Boorno at Now Braunlels demons Smithson Valley Seguin at Canyon Tivy at San Marcos Now Braunlols at San Marcos giving up an average of a goal a game in their four while the offense is starting to mesh as a With a 301 overall mark and wins against Canyon and Seguin in district the Unicorns hope to gain ground on Smithson Valley this New Braunfels travels to San Marcos for an 8 contest on Saturday to make up the game that was rained out on It will mark the first meeting of the season between any two of the three presea son So far the weather has been the only force able to stop the who have outscored their opponents 80 in compiling a 30 district Although the Unicorns offense is sparked by midfielder Ezell four different players have scored the teams four goals in district competi who leads the team with five has scored in all but one game this but Mark Randy Willard and David Martinez have all scored in the last two Smithson Valley has allowed just four goals scored against it in four 275 A but is facing a Cle mens which has scored five goals against Lockhart and four against Kcrrvillc The Ranger offense is led by ward Valentin who scored five goals in the first two district games and did not score in the last Jason Dildy had both tallies in Tuesdays Lanyon who missed the Tivy game after receiving his third yellow cardin the garnc against will be back in the lineup Il will be youth soccer night at Smilhson with the club play ers from Bulvcrdc and Canyon Lake offering demonstration games and being recognized at Canyon will be looking to pick up its first district victory against a Seguin team which is The Cou gars opened the season against all three preseason and after losing 51 to Smithson Valley in their district opener have droppcq1 20 See Page 9 With his aggressive forward Chad Knibbe has helped spark Smithson Valley to a 40 district The Rangers will host Schertz Clemens tonight in a District 275A All three Comal County teams will be at home as Canyon meets Seguin and New Braunfels faces Photo by Erik Karlsson
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