New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1991, Page 8

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December 03, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas NBRC members run in marathon Three New Braunfels Running Club members traveled to Dallas for the White Rock Marathon on Saturday, braving wet and cold conditions to participate in the event. Meredith Patterson of New Braunfels was the 26th woman finisher with a time of 3:18. It was the seventh marathon for Patterson, who placed 26th despite not running her best time. Bill Holden completed the White Rock Marathon in 3:15, after running the Twin Cities Marathon in October with a 3:04 time. The Dallas event was Holden's fifth marathon. Ray Koehn finished his seventh marathon with a time of 3:19. The times were slowed for most of the more than 3000 participating runners, because of the drizzle and wind. The New Braunfels runners, however, still managed an approximate pace of TA minutes per mile during the 26.2-mile event. Scoreboard NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE East    W L T    Pct    PF PA x-Buttak)    11 2 0    .846    379 267 N.Y. Jets    7    6    0    .538    266 233 Miami    7    6    0    .538    256    275 Now England    4    9    0    .308    175 256 tndanapoiis    1    12    0    .077    116 306 Contra! Houston    9    4    0    .692    318    207 Cleveland    6    7    0    .462    262 247 Pittsburgh    5    8    0    .385    252 293 Cincinnati    2    11    0    .154    211 374 West LA Raiders    9    4    0    .692    250 213 Denver    9    4    0    .692    246    195 Kansas City    8    5    0    .616    261 186 Seattie    6    7    0    .462    218    202 San Diego    3    10    0    231    205 275 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East    WLT    Pet    PF    PA x-Washington    12    1    0    .923    409 IM Philadelphia    8    5    0    .615    229 183 Dallas    8    5    0    .615    263    256 N.Y. Giants    7    6    0    .538    226 224 Phoenix    4    9    0    .308    160    273 Central Chicago    9    4    0    .692    231    204 Detroit    9    4    0    .692    267 244 Minnesota    6    7    0    .462    248 241 Green Bay    3    10    0    231    216 258 Tampa Bay    2    11    0    .154    158 309 West New Orleans    9    4    0    .692    273 185 Atlanta    8    5    0    .615    277 280 San Francisc»    7    6    0    .538    289    189 LA Rams    3    10    0    .231    197 316 x-clinched Avision. Thursday's Games Detroit 16. Chicago 6 Dallas 20, Pittsburgh 10 Sunday’s Games Cleveland 31. Indianapolis 0 Atlanta 35. Green Bay 31 Buftaio 24. New York Jets 13 Miami 33. Tampa Bay 14 Kansas City 19. Seattle 6 Denver 20, New England 3 San Francisco 38. New Orleans 24 Cincinnati 27, New York Giants 24 Washington 27. Los Angeles Rams 6 Los Angeles Raiders 9. San Diego 7 OPEN DATE: Phoenix, Minnesota Monday's Game Philadelphia 13, Houston 6 Top 25 The Top Twenty Five teams In the Associated Press 1991 fnal regular season college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30. total points based on 25 points lor a first-place vote through one point tor a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking Teem    Record    Pts    Pvs 1 Miami (37)    11-04)    1.475    1 2 Washington (23)    11-00    1,481    2 3 Florida    10-1-0    1.358    5 4 Michigan    101-0    1,333    4 5 Florida State    102-0    1.180    3 6. Penn State    102-0    1.177    6 7. Iowa    101-0    1,100    7 8 Alabama    101-0    1,087    8 9. Texas AAM    10-1-0    1,018    10 10. Tennessee    9-2-0    1,000    9 11 Nebraska    9-1-1    956    11 12. East Carolina 13. Clemson 14. California 15. Colorado 16. Syracuse 17. Stanford 18. Notre Dame 19.' 10-1-0    786    12 9-1-1    763    13 9-2-0    712    14 8-2-1    602    15 9-2-0    591    16 8-3-0    575    17 9-3-0    517    18 8-2-1    480    20 20. Oklahoma    8-3-0    268    19 21. N.CaroVna Stale 9-2-0    217    21 22. UCLA    8-3-0    195    23 23. Tulsa    9-2-0    172    22 24. Georgia    8-3-0    161    25 25. Ohio State    8-3-0    129    24 Others receiving votes: Brigham Young 91, Baylor 77, Missfssppi Slate 20, Fresno Stale 9. Bowling Green 5, San Diego State 4, Air Force 1, Kansas Statal. NBA MITkMSCST Monday's Game New York 99, Charlotte 97 Today's Games Phiadeiphia at New Jersey, 8:30p.m. Portiandat Miami, 6:30p.m. Indanaat Detroit, 7 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. LA Lakers st Milwaukee, 7:30 p m. Denver at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Seattle, 9 p.m. Utah at Golden State. 9:30 p m. San Antonio at Sacramento. 9 30 p.m. Transactions Monday** Sports Transactions BASEBALL ^BAUTMOR?^TIOLES—Assigned Stacy Jones, pitcher, to Rochester of the International League. National League CHICAGO CUBS—Named Syd Thrift assistant general manager. Claimed George Pedre, catcher, off waivers from the Kansas City Royals. Designated Steve Carter, outlie Ider, tor reassignment. CINCINNATI REDS—Claimed Bob Geren, catcher, od waivers from the New York Yankees, and Cesar Hernandez, oui (elder, oil waivers from the Montreal Expos Named Doug Spreen, trainer, tor Cedar Rapids of the Midwest League and Mark Marin, trainer, for Billings of the Pioneer League. NEW YORK METS—Agreed to terms with Bobby Bonilla, outfielder, on a five-year contract PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Named Roger Wilson equipment manager; Carlos ledez-ma assistant equipment manager and coordinator of minor league trainers, and Michael Hurd grounds superintendent at their Pirate City complex in Bradenton. Fla. FOOTBALL National FootbeM League CLEVELAND BROWNS—Placed Rob Woods, offensive tackle, on injured reserve. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Waived Bubba Paris, tackle.    , NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Placed Calvin Nicholson, cornerback, on injured reserve Activated Milton Mack, cornerback, (rom injured reserve. Claimed Mark Lae. cornerback, od waivers, from foe San Francisco 49ers Page 8 Herald-Zf/lung, New Braunfels, Texas    Tuesday, December 3, 1991 3 teams at home today NB, CHS girls play on road All three local boys basketball teams are at home today, with the three teams having staggered starts. Two of the girls teams are on the road, with Smithson Valley extending its vacation until this weekend’s Bandera Tournament. Canyon will be the first team to play today, with the Cougars hosting Memorial at 7:30 p.m. The Cougars beat Randolph last Tuesday, improving their record to 1-3 for the season. Canyon will try to pack up its second win against the Minutemen, who lost their opener at Smithson Valley. Guard/forward Elias Martinez is Memorial’s top scorer, with Mark Aguirre providing good inside rebounding although not a lot of height. For Canyon, Brian Caddell and Anthony Bueno are both off to tremendous starts — Caddell scored 28 against the Ro-Hawks after a strong effort against powerful Gonzales, while Bueno is also scoring a lot of points in addition to some significant assist totals. New Braunfels, also coming off its first victory, will host Kerrville Tivy at 8 p.m. The Un)coms beat Travis on Wednesday, and now stand at 1-2 after losses to two defending playoff teams from the Austin area: Westwood and McCallum. After a rebuilding year, the Antlers have been scoring a lot of points so far this season. Tivy has to compete in the most loaded 4A district in the area, with defending state finalist Alamo Heights and perennial power Boerne also in 28-4A. For New Braunfels, the Unicorns should be ai full strength for today’s game — Dustin Simons and James Sargent are scheduled to start playing today after a week off following football season Smithson Valley, which is currently 2-1, will hope to improve its winning record when Somerset visits for an 8:30 pjm. game. The Rangers were without center Galen Church in their one loss, with the 6-6 junior hoped to return for today’s game. Point guard Jon Herring has been leading the team in scoring , with the junior floor leader taking more outside shots this season with a lot of success. The New Braunfels girls, who defeated Tivy on Tuesday for their first win, travel to face perennial playoff team Hays today at 8 pjn. The Rebels lost several starters from the District 26-4A runner-up team, but have made the playoffs three years in Isabel Bustos goes up for a shot after a steal during last week’s Unicorn game against Austin McCallum. Bustos leads the 1 -2 New Braunfels team in scoring, and the Unicorns will hope to even their record today when Kerrville Tivy visits at 8 p.m. In other games, Canyon hosts Memorial at 7:30 p.m. and Smithson Valley hosts Somerset at 8:30 p.m. The New Braunfels girls travel to Hays, while the Cougarettes play at Somerset. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) arow. The Canyon Cougarettes, who also won Tuesday for their first victory, are one of four local teams who want to start winning streaks today. The Cougarettes (1-2) travel to Somerset for an 8 p.m. game. All of the teams will participate in tournaments this weekend. The Unicom boys will play in the Gonzales tournament, while New Braunfels’ girls will compete in the Leander tournament. While the Rangerettes play at Bandera, the Smithson Valley boys will take part in the Antonian tournament. The Cougarettes will be in the competitive San Antonio 1SD tournament. Canyon’s boys team will play at Uvalde in the Coyotes’ tournament. 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