New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 21, 1991, Page 9

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November 21, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zt/fuog, New Braunfels. Texas Thursday, November 21, 1991 Pao# 9 Spurs hit road after topping Wolves SAN ANTONIO (AP) — David Robinson lays the San Antonio Spurs are off to a good start after playing most of their games at home and will have to work harder on the roud. Robinson made the remark Wednesday night after he scored 22 points and had a season-high 6 assists as the Spurs defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves 113-106 to move to 7-1 and improved their home record to 6-0. But 16 of their next 22 games arc on the road. They are 1-1 in roud games. 'Mi is good to start at home," said Robinson. "When we get on the road, we need to just put ourselves in a position to win every game." Robinson said rebounding was a key pan of the victory over Minnesota. "For the most pan, we did a good job keeping them off the board," said Robinson. "My jump shots were wide open. The last five minutes is the key time. I went after the ball more and got to it when I needed to." San Antonio led by as much as 17 points, on a layup by guard Avery Johnson with 4:10 to play in the third period. But Minnesota, the first team to'score IOO points this season against the Spurs in regulation play, outscored the Spurs 17-6 and closed to 90-85 at the end of three periods. Forward Tyrone Corbin, who scored a game-high 23 points with guard Pooh Richardson, accounted for five of those points. Minnesota guard Tony Campbell, who finished the game with 20 points, hit a jumper 18 seconds into the final period as the Timberwolves closed to 90-87. But the Spurs outscored the Wolves 10-7 and led 101-94 with 3:45 left in the game. "We had a chance to put the gumc away, but they hung in there well," Spurs coach Larry Brown said. "It was a good win for us. You've got to give Minnesota credit. They keep coming at you and they probably ran better on us than any other team all season." Willie Anderson added 16 points for the Spurs and picked up a curter high in assists with 12. He also bud a season-high four blocks. Johnson scored a season-high 15 points for the Spurs. Robinson also had a season-high assists with 6.Scan Elliott added IV points for San Antonio and Terry Cummings had 16. "By pushing the bali up and taking chances in the third quarter, we were able to make a comeback," said Corbin, who played for the Spurs from 1985-87. "I thought we hustled an scrapped well on defense, but the Spurs never gave up." "We hustled, scrapped and played at a high intensity," said Timberwolves’ head coach Jimmy Rodgers. "You have to do this to beat a team like the Spurs. They arc a tough team to defend because they arc so quick and come al you in many ways."Knlcks 92, Mavericks 89 DALLAS (AP) — The New York Knicks finally overcame their road woes. Bouncing back from their worst scoring game in five years, the Knicks went to Patrick Ewing in the clutch to edge the Dallas Mavericks 92-89 Wednesday night. It was New York’s first road victory of the year after five losses. "We would huvc been devastated if we hod lost this gumc," said Ewing, who scored 27 points including four in the final 6.1 seconds. "We definitely would have been upset because we pluycd an outstanding game all the way." Ewing hit a short hook shot over James Donaldson with 6.1 seconds left and was fouled by Rodney McCray after John Starks blocked Rolando Blackman'! shot. Ewing made the two free throws with no time showing on the clock. All of New York's previous four victories had come at home. The Knicks ended a three-game Dallas victory string.New York had scored only 79 points in a loss to the Houston RocketrTuesday night, lowest point total since April 12,1986. "We’ve had five horrible quarters of basketball over the past two games," said Knicks couch Pat Riley. "It’s really been a rough trip. We’ve been out here a long time and we played one of our best games of the season." New York finishes its five-game road trip, longest of the season, in Detroit on Friday night. "Our defense was good and they shot good but we didn’t crack," Riley said. "It was u great test for us to come back and win it. I like the shot Patrick made at the end. "I’ve seen a few sky hooks before but he’s been real strong in the post in the past two games." Blackman led Dallas with 25 points and Terry Davis had 14. "Ewing made a tough shot," said Dallas coach Richie Adubato. "In fact, he made about three tough shots. This was a very tough loss for us because we had it in our hands. "They talk about Patrick not making the big play but he made them all. He hit tough turnaround jumpers and the big hook and he mudc them all down the stretch." Donaldson said he thought he had Ewing defensed perfectly. "He took a shot that was a little deeper than he wanted to but he made it," Donaldson said. "You have to take your hut off to a great player like that when he comes through. It was reminiscent of the old days against Hareem (Abdul Jabber) when he would take the last shots like that." Low-impact workout classes 3 times a week Briefly The New Braunfels ISD Community Education program is offering a low-impact workout class for beginners, people wishing to get in better shape and those who want to establish a regular Amess routine. The class is taught by Lisa Smith. It is ongoing every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45-6:45 p.m. in the Scclc Elementary Gym. The workout emphasizes a mcdium-imcnsiiy, low-impact cardiovascular fitness regimen which includes muscle-toning and flexibility exercises. Classes arc S2 individually or $20 for a six-week session. For more information, call NBISD Community Education at 620-6200. Softball tourney Sunday The New Braunfels Softball Association will hold a tournament on Sunday beginning at 9 a.m. The entry fee is 590 per team, and the deadline to enter is Friday. Trophies will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams. For more information, call Robert Dominguez at 620-1560. Registration, tryouts set for junior B-ball league The New Braunfels Junior League Basketball program will hold registration and tryouts on Dec. 7. The league is for fourth-, fifih-and sixth-graders, with both boys and girls teams. Registration and tryouts for fourth-grade boys is from 10-11 a.m. at the New Braunfels Middle School girls gym. The fifth- and sixth-grade boys will have registration and tryouts at the Academy Street Gym. The fifih-gradm will go from 1-2 p.m., and the sixth-gradcrs from 11 a.m. until noon. All of the girls tryouts and registration will be at the Frazier Elementary gym on Highway 81 East. The fourth-grade girls will go from 10-10:30 a.m., with the fifth-graders following at 10:30-11 a.m. The sixth-grade session will be from 11 -11:30 a.rn.The fee to join the league is $20 and is due at registration time. The signature of a parent or guardian must be on the registration form. Anyone unable to attend registration and tryouts should send a signed form — which will be passed out at the local schools — and the $20 registration fee with a friend to the Dec. 7 session. There will be limited player slots for late registration. For more information, call Celeste Salge at 625-7693 in the evenings before 9 p.m. Atlanta's Pendleton selected as NL MYP ATLANTA (AP) — Manager Bobby Cox says the Atlanta Braves ‘‘wouldn’t have come close" to winning the National League pennant without Terry Pendleton. Pendleton, a frec-agent acquisition who became a leader on and off the field for the Braves, won the NL Most Valuable Player Award on Wednesday. "He absolutely deserved it," Cox said. "Terry’s a special guy. They talk about team leaders, but he really is. Barry Bonds would have been a worthy recipient, but I think Terry absolutely deserved it." Pendleton won by 15 points over Ronds in the closest voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America since 1979. Pendleton had 12 first-place votes, IO seconds and two third for 274 points in the balloting. Bonds, who won the award last year and led Pittsburgh to its second straight NL East title, had 259 points on IO firsts, IO seconds, one third and three fourths. "I never dreamed about winning a National League MVP award." Pendleton said during a news conference. "This award is going to be and it's in my name, but my teammates, Bobby Cox and John Schuerhol* and the rest of the Braves deserve a lot of credit for this," he said. "If we had finished second in the National League, I don’t think I’d be standing here. I think that award probably would have gone to Barry Bonds or Bobby Bonilla or someone. The way our team played this season and the way I played this season definitely had a lot to do with it." Bonilla, another member of the Pirates who lost the championship series to the Braves, finished third in the voting with 191 points. Will Clark of the San Francisco Giants was fourth with Ilk and Howard Johnson of the New York Mets was filth with 112. Three other Braves received votes — Ron Gam HO, Torn Glavinc 16 and David Justice 11. Glavinc was named the Cy Young Award winner last week and Cox was voted Manager of the Year earlier by The Associated Press and the BBWA. Pendleton, 31, won the league baaing title by hitung .319, 52 points above his career average and one point better than Cincinnati’s Hat Morris. The Atlanta third baseman also hit a career-high 22 home runs and had 86 RBIs. Bonds Mid from Sweden, that he thought he deserved to become the league’s first repeat winner since the Braves’ Dale Murphy in 1982-83. Thanksgiving darts In UC Diddlesticks in Universal City is hosting a Thanksgiving Turkey Shootout, with the New Braunfels Dart Organization taking part in the tournament. The $1,700 dart tournament is sanctioned by the American Dart Organization and will run from Nov. 22-24 at the Universal City dan club. There is an entry fee, but it varies depending on the category which a given dart thrower is entering. Call Sherri or John at 658-3411 for more information. Ut'• plans turkty tourney A 4-man turkey scramble golf tournament is slated for Sunday. Nov. 24 at I p.m. at Lee’s Par 3. located on Klein Rd. The cost is S25 per person and the proceeds will benefit Teen Connection. To sign up call Larry Blinders at 625-9512 or Lee at Lee’s Par 3 at 620-4653. NBTA tourney Ok. 14-15 The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold its annual Dick Hauser Memorial Scholarship Tournament on Dec. 14-15 at the New Biaunfcls High School courts. Singles, doubles and mi scil doubles events will be offered, with pairings based on the relative level of the players’ abilities. All proceeds go to youth educational scholarships in New Braunfels. For more information and entry forms, call David Perkins at 625-8672 or Sally Forney at 629-6659. The deadline to enter is Dec. IL Barry's sponsors contest Barry's Under Pass Saloon will again sponsor an area hunting contest, in which local deer burners can compete in numerous categories. Hunters can bring in deer throughout the season, and Barry's has cold storage space available if needed. Barry’s will measure and weigh anything brought in. and winners for all of the contest’s categories will be determined at the end of the season. Several categories are Comal County-specific, with awards for heaviest buck, most points, widest horn spread and heaviest doe. Those four categories will also be figured on an al I-county basis. The best all-around buck shot by a 12-or-younger hunter will earn a trophy, as will the 65-and-older hunter who brings in the best alb around buck. There arc also contcsisor best all-around mule deer (any state), heaviest hog and longest-bearded turkey, Other trophies are available in the human beard-growing contest, for best-looking and scroungiest. There will also be an arm wrestling contest. NBGA alters tlgn-up plan The New Braunfels Golf Association is changing its sign up procedure for the club's Saturday golf tournaments. Members can sign up in the meeting room ai the Landa Park golf course any time from the Saturday prior to the tournament unul 11 ain. on Friday, or by calling 625-9881 on Thursday between 5-6 p.m. to play on Saturday. Pairings will be made on Friday, and a copy will be left at the Linda pro shop. Players will be able to find out their tee times by celling the pro shop NBMS hoopsters sweep Salado in season opener The New Braunfels Middle School teams swept Salado Tuesday night, with all four teams winning their season openers. The seventh-grade White tcum won a thriller against the East Central ISD school, edging Salado 31-29. New Braunfels’ seventh-grade Blue tcum won 33-18. The eighih-grudc Blue team also had a close outcome, prevailing 34-32 against Salado. The eighth-grade White team bad a more comfortable lead, winning 36-23.[Stop Smoking. {I American Hwart Association Herald- Zeitung Classifieds (625-3225) on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning. If you have any questions, contact tournament director Ski Haneiwich at 620-0223. Rte offers volleyball The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering opcn-play voile) ball at the Landa Rec Center on Tuesday evenings. Play begins at 7:30 p.m., and it is supervised by Steve Serna. The fee for the program is $1 per person, and anyone is welcome to attend. For more information, please call 620-PLAY. Taakwondo at Bac Cantar The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is cosponsoring taekwondo and sell-defense classes this fall with San Marcos Taekwondo. Taekwondo is a martial art that develops a person both physically and mentally, while enhancing selfesteem. This program will benefit people of all ages. Classes are now in session at the Landa Recreation Center. Class times are 6:15 p.m. for children ages 6-11 and 7:15 p.m. for ages 12-adult. Classes will meet every Monday and Thursday. The fee for this program is $3K per month, with $20 for a second family member and $15 for a third. A uniform is required and may be purchased through the instructor. To register, call the Landa Rec Center. For more information, call 620-PLAY or 620-KICK. Waite works clints Water works classes are currently offered at the Hill Country RY Park. The class** will use place in an indoor heated pool, aid sessions will run three times a week. There will be evening sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and a Saturday clans ai 9 a rn. For more int urination, call instructor Candace Wells at 625-4416. Ttnnlt It Mont ottered Tennis lessons at the Prince Solms Tennis Courts are offered monthly through the New BruunlcU Parks and Recreation Department. Lessons meet once a week, ai 4 p.m. on Thursday, beginning. Dick Buhl is die uisuuctor. Ihe fee is $25 per month Students may register at the Rec Center between noon and 9 p.m. on Monday through Friday. For more information, call 620 PLAY, Elba’ hoop-shoot Jan. 11 New Hraunlcls tlkC Ludge #2279 will sjioiiw* a huop-shoot corned un Jan. ll, starting ai 1:30 p.m. iii the New Braunfels High School gym. All boys and girls ages NIT on April I, 1992. will be eligible lo enter the hoop shoot contest. For more information, contact Lee E. Simpson at 620-5917. 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