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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Her ald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, November 22, 1991 Page 9A Olajuwon awaits results of heart tests HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Rockets’ Hakeem Olajuwon remained hospitalized with an irregular heart beat as doctors awaited the results of tests to determine what caused him to have the heart palpitations. The 28-year-old center drove himself to a hospital late Wednesday after feeling a rapid heart rate. Olajuwon later was transferred to Memorial Southwest Hospital for more extensive tests, his physician, Dr. David Rothschild, said. Olajuwon late Thursday was resting at the hospital, where he was listed in stable condition and was on medication to regulate his heartbeat. General manager Steve Patterson said he had talked to doctors during the Rockets’ 106-102 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. They said Olajuwon’s heart beat had not completely returned to normal, although that was not considered unusual, Patterson said. “At least so far, it doesn’t look like something that'll be a long-term problem,’’ Patterson said. “Once the heart converts back to its normal beat, he’ll be all right. The doctors say he's progressing normally.” Doctors determined that Olajuwon was exper iencing atrial fibrillation, but still were waiting for more test results before they determined what caused the irregular heart beat, Patterson said. “We’re encouraged because there’s no damage to his heart or his lungs, so the prognosis looks good,” he said. “We look forward to his full recovery.” The 7-foot Olajuwon might be released from the hospital as early as today, Patterson said. However. Patterson said he is expected to miss at least the next three games. Olajuwon suffered a bout with phlebitis in July 1989 and feared the palpitations might be a related incident, Rockets coach Don Chaney said Thursday. “I think because of the situation ... he felt that there was a strange feeling in the chest area — the heart beating rapidly — and he felt that he should seek help from the doctor,” Chaney said. “It was a wise decision because his heart rate was elevated and they’re getting it under control now,** said Chaney, who visited Olajuwon for about 20 minutes Thursday. Patterson said initial tests showed there was no connection with the previous phlebitis attack, no evidence of a pulmonary embolism and no problems evident on a lung scan. Olajuwon’s condition was similar to an episode suffered recently by President Bush, Patterson said. “There’s a lot of different ways and things that could have caused this,” he said, mentioning low blood sugar or viruses. Doctors ruled out the possibility that an elbow to Olajuwon's chest from the Knicks’ Patrick Ewing on Tuesday night caused the rapid heartbeat. The Rockets’ preseason physical exam includes electrocardiogram tests and stress tests. No prior signs of a heart problem have been uncovered. Olajuwon, who is in his eighth season with the Rockets, is averaging 21.7 points and 14 rebounds a game. Other Rockets players said after Thursday’s game that they did not fear playing without Olajuwon. The team won 15 of the 25 games Olajuwo* missed last January alter he suffered an eye socket injury. “We have played without him (Olajuwon) before,” guard Kenny Smith said. “Larry (Smith) comes in and plays hard. We can play well without Hakeem. We can’t be great without him, though.” Hakeem-less Rockets squeak past Minnesota HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Rockets proved that they have the offensive power to win without hospitalized star center Hakeem Olajuwon, but couldn't extend a club defensive record. Kenny Smith and Otis Thorpe had 19 points each Thursday night, but in the 106-102 victory the Minnesota Timberwolves became the first NBA team to score more than IOO points on the Rockets in regulation play this season. The Rockets had set a franchise record this season by holding the opposition to under IOO points in nine straight games. Olajuwon missed the first of what is expected to be at least three games following his hospitalization late Wednesday for treatment of an irregular heartbeat. He was being treated at Southwest Memorial Hospital and could be released as early as today, team officials said. The Rockets had managed to deal with the loss of Olajuwon last season when he missed 25 games with an eye socket injury. Larry Smith replaced him then and the Rockets went 15-10. “I don’t think anybody panicked at this the way we did last year,” Thorpe said. “ But we know we still have to prove ourselves.” Smith, who replaced Olajuwon in the lineup, had IO points and 16 rebounds. He was surprised to learn early Thursday dim he would be starting in place of Olajuwon. Scoreboard Bowling scores These are scores and standings (rom leagues at Comal Bowl, with overall woo-toss standings and imfvidual highs for the week. Leedlng Ladles    W    L Ploch Construction    30    14 AAA Mini Storage    20    15 The Three Amigos    26.5    17.5 Team #6    26    16 Bee s Waking    23.5    20.5 Shirley's Dolls    21    23 Comal Bowl    20    24 Alley Rats    20    24 Team #9    IS    25 Team #10    0    40 High Individual series: Sandy Marcum. 530. High gams: Sandy Marcum, 207. Prime Timers    W    L Illinois Bums    32.5    11.5 Class Act    32    12 Wurst Team    28    16 Go Getters    26    10 Al s Lillies    26    18 The Quiet Ones    25    IO Rebels    25    10 Duffers    23.5    20.5 The Swingers    23    21 Road Runners    22.5    21.5 RAK'*    22.5    21.5 Let's Bowl    21    23 B&C's    21    23 Hornets    20    24 Super Jely Beans    20    24 Wannabees    20    24 The Stagers    19.5    24.5 Recycled Teens    IO    25 Prime Movers    19    25 Team #5    18    26 Pure Grit    17    27 The 4 H's    16.5    27.5 The A Team    16    28 Fourth Dimension    IS    20 High individual Beflea, women: Roma Kaderl, 562; men: Waller Weeding, 614. High game, women; Metal Krait, 213; men; Walter Weeding. 236. Stomp Lickers W L Estaleens 26 14 LBS 25 15 Team 08 25, 15 Que Sera Sera 23 17 Pran 23 17 Lost Souls 21.5 185 Bowling Slones 105 21.5 Good Times 17 23 Two Steppers * 18 18 “The" Team 16 24 Lucky ladtes 14 20 Ailey Oops 0 27 High individual series, women: Cathy Ackerman^ 523; men: James Evans, 531. High game, women: Patsy Chenoweth, 107; man: James Evans. 211. T.Q.I.P. W L Rte Sunside Pool A Spa 21 0 182 Pinfeathers 20 7 170 CMC 17 13 171.6 Dani's02 10 6 170 Martin Laathercraft 16 14 157 Babs 15 IS 152 14K ol New Braunfels 15 * 15 152 Hair Apparel 17 13 151.5 Louise's Salon 15 15 151.5 MCD Lite 14 16 143 Team 013 15 12 141 5 The Foxxy Ortegas 12 16 137 Team 07 13 17 135 5 Team 012 14 16 135 Sandbaggers Shop 11 10 130 Team 014 11 16 121 Cl. Tornados 9 21 1145 SMI 10 20 110 High kMfvtduai series, women: Dohs Fox. 573; men; James Arbuthnot, OOO. High game, women: Louise Marlin. Doha Fox. (Sa) 206; men; James Aibulhnot. 266. Fell Pee Wees    W    L Team #3    10    n Teem #2    17.6    12.6 Team 04    13.5    15    5 Team 01    10    20 High kKividuai series, girts: Bethany Endahl. 154. boys Aaron Garcia. 100 High game. gkte:Betiany Endahl. 02; boys Awon Garcia. OO. Fall Bantam#    W    L LitSe Rascals    23    7 Lit Se MCS Hammer    23    7 Team 00    22    8 Team 00    17    13 Team 07    14    10 Three's Company    10    5    10.5 Team 01    5    25 Team 00    4.5    25    5 High individual series, gels Marissa Ber rial. 180. boys Joseph Slaughter, 105 High game, girls Marissa Bern ai. 110. boys Joseph Slaughter. 1 is Fell Prep#    Mf    l 2 Men and Blady    20    11 Terminators    20    11 Strikers    26    14 The Legends    25    1ft Longhorns    24    6    ISS Team 020    24    ie Color Me Bad    24    16 Strike Force 3    22    16 Team 00    21    6    16 6 Team 06    21    19 Team 017    21    10 Team 016    20    6    10 6 Team 012    16    24 Cobras    16    24 Tsam 016    16    24 Team 06    16    26 Team 016    16    20 Alley Cals    14    26 Bad Babes    10    0    201 High IndMduaJ sanes, girls Krieien Judson. 317, boys J J Bauta!, 407 High game, girls Brand! Quinn. 130, boys Ryan Gamey, 154. Fall Jra/trs    W    L Team 06    01    g Team 01    30    10 Team 03    24    16 Team 08    22    18 Team #4    21    19 Team #9    16    24 Team #2    15    25 Team *6    14    26 Team #7    13    27 High individual series, girls: Alma Martinez, 532; boys: Billy Strickland, 513. High game, girls: Alma Martinez, 200; boys, Derrick Jen tech, 201. Sunday Night    Mixed    W    L Mike's Bunch    27.5    16.5 Top Notch Pest Control 26    16 Symons    22.5    21.5 Team #8    22    14 Hot Shots    20.5    23.5 W.J. Truckers    IO    17 The Rookies    18.5    25.5 Two Dilemt Balls    18    26 Bud Bowl    15    21 Misfits    15    29 High individual series, women: Joyce Reaves, 430; men: Wayne Jezewski, 576. High game, women: Joyce Reaves. 169; men: Michael Franco. 233. High School Playoffs Texas High School Playoff Pairing* AREA Ctass SA Division I (Big School) Region I EP Sooorro (7-2-1) vs. San Angelo Central (0-2-1), 6 p.m. Friday. San Angelo. LewisviUe (7-4) vs. Arfington Sam Houston (7-3-1). 0p.m. Friday. Texas Stadium. Irving. Region N Plano (10-1) vs. Tyler Lee (7-3-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Irving. Killeen (9-2) vs. Jersey Village (11 0). 8 p.m. Friday, Kyle Field. College Station. Region ll Houston Lamar (10-1) vs. Houston Waitrip (7-3), Friday, Astrodome. Houston. Aldine MacArthur (10-1) vs Fort Bend Dulles (10-0), Saturday, Astrodome, Houston. Region IV Converse Judson (9 2) vs. San Antonio Clark (9-1 -I), 7:30 p rn Friday. Converse. Corpus Christi Carroll (11 -0) vs. Harlingen (0-3), 730 p m Friday. Buccaneer Stadium. Corpus Christi. Class SA Division ll (Small School) Region I El Paso Andress (10-1) vs. Midland Lee (10-1). 2 pm. Saturday, Midland. Sherman (9-2) vs. Arlington (8-2-1). 2p.m. Saturday, Lewisville, El Paso Austin (5-5-1) vs Odessa Per-mian(11-0). 0p.m. Friday. Odessa Irving MacArtiur (5-5) vs Arlington Lamar (11 -0), 8 p m Saturday. Texas Stadium Region ll    , Richardson (10-1) vs Tyler John Tyler (7-3-1), 4 p m. Saturday. Texas Stadium. Irving, Waco (10-0-1) vs. Conroe McCullough (10-0-1), 0 p.m. Saturday, Kyle Field. College Station. Dallas Carter (10-1) vt. Longview (0-2), 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Mesquite Memorial. Temple (0-2-1) vs. Katy (0-2), 0 p m. Friday, Sam Houston State. Huntsville Region Ii Aliet Hastings (9 2) vs. Houston Washington (0-2), Friday, Astrodome. Houston. Aldine (8-1-1) vs Galveston Ball (0-2-1), Saturday. Astrodome. Houston Lamar Consolidated (9 2) vs. Houston Smiley (5-4), Saturday. Astrodome, Houston. Humble (8-2) vs. Fort Bend WiKowridge (9-1-1), Saturday. Astrodome. Houston Region IV New Braunfels (9-2) vs. San Antonio Marshall (9-2), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Alamo Stadium, San Antonio. Corpus Christi Mitier (7-3-1) vs Mission. 8 pm Saturday.Kingsville San Antonio Madison (0-3) vs San Antonio Tall (9-1-1), 7:30 p rn Friday. North East Stadium. San Antonio Corpus Christi King (10-1) vs Weslaco (11-0),7:30p rn Friday. Weslaco Class 4A Region I Pampa (0^2) va. Andrews (A 2), 2 p m Saturday. Jones Stadium. Lubbock Stephenville(9-2)vs. Boswell (7-3), 1 pm Saturday, Pennington Field, Bedford. Lubbock Estacado (9-1) vs. Sweetwater (9-1). 730 p.m. Friday. Jones Stadtom. Lubbock. Everman (7-3-1) vs. Fort Worth Brewer (8-1-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday. Pennington Field, Bedford. Region ll McKinney (9-2) vs. Rockwall (8-3), 6 p m. Friday. Texas Stadium, Irving. Waxahachie (9-1) vs. Kilgore (6-4), 7 30 p.m. Friday. Rose Stadium. Tyler. Denison (8-3) vs. Dallas Roosevelt (5-5). 7:30p.m. Friday, Mesquite Memorial Wilmer-Hutchins (8-2) va. Carthage (11 0). 7:30 p.m. Friday, Longview Region ll Corsicana (8-2-1) vs. Oak Ridge (6-2). 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sam Houston. Huntsville. AAM Consolidated (8-2) vs. Houston C E. King. (10-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Klein. Chapel HIH (7-2-2) vs. New Caney (8-2), 2 pm Saturday, Sam Houston, Huntsville Bay City (9 2) vs. LaMarque (10-1), 730 p m. Saturday. Rice Stadium, Houston Region IV Austin Westlake (10-0-1) vs. Alamo Heights (10-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday. San Marcos Gregory Portland (9 2) vs Brownsville Rivera (6-4). 7:30 p m. Saturday. Brownsville Sams Schertz Clemens (9 2) vs Boerne (7-3), 7:30 pm Friday. Northside Stadium. San Antonio Corpus Christi Calallen (10 1) vs. Edcouch Elsa (6-4), 8 p.m. Friday. 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