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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas IO HERALD-ZEITUNG THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4, IMS NB Junior League Basketball NBA sets All-Star starters Cougars Results from Jan. 30 FOURTH GRADE BOYS Cattle..................................................23 KC Plumbing......................................13 Rotary Navy Blue...............................36 Rotary Light Blue................................13 Rotary Royal Blue..............................19 Rotary Jade Green.............................16 Rotary Black.......................................16 Rotary Gold........................................23 Rotary Red..........................................18 Rotary Green......................................24 Walnut Pharmacy............................Bye FIFTH GRADE BOYS Plant Haus...........................................25 Sonic Drive In.....................................11 Witling & Miller...................................15 High Sierra Toilets..............................24 Mr. Gatli's........................................'...17 Farmers Mutual Insurance.................11 Guada Coma Mechanical..................18 Crenwelge Plumbing..........................15 Eberhard Lumber.............................Bye SIXTH GRADE BOYS . Mayo Investments..............................31 J.D. Hunt Constriction.......................36 Doeppenschmidt's.............................NA Vivroux...............................................NA Comal Saddlery BuckSaddery ... 30 ................7 W.P.P. Iselin Plant.............................36 V.F.W. Post 11050 .............................36 Walther Painting.................................24 MD. Sales..........................................20 Physical Therapy Unlimited...............20 Texas Heritage Constriction.............14 GIRLS Hilshire Farms.....................................2 Ruffles -n- Ruffstuff..............................8 Mil Store Food Court...........................7 Production Adm inis. Services............19 Rockin R River Rides.........................10 Roadway Express................................8 Citizens Bank.....................................11 Felger's Toob Rental..........................15 Alpine Custom Sheet Metal...............26 Jak’s Drive Thru.................................16 This player for Doeppenschmidt's Funeral Home appears ready to blow the ball out of the hands of his opponent, a player for Vivroux Toy and Sporting Goods last Saturday. The results of that one game were not available. (Photo by John Huseth) Centex Office Center Rocky Hi! Equipment 22 ................23 Sunlight Photography.........................11 Texas Commerce Bank.....................16 Zoeller's....................... .......38 Rockin’ R River Rides . Alpine........................... ...4 ...3 Victoria Bank A Trust .. .........8 Jak’s Driva Thru........... ...3 Roadway Express....... ...2 Ruffles -n- Ruffstuff 11 Citizens Bank............... ...2 Mil Store Food Court 2 Feigers Toob Rental I GIRLS STANDINGS Tx. Commerce Bank 4 Rhoades Interior.......... ...A 1 Centex Office............... ...3 Ruffles.......................... ...4 1 InxcoDist .................... ...2 Wilshire Farms............. 3 2 Zoeller's........................ 2 Production Ad. Serv ...I 3 Rocky Hi Equipment.. ...2 Mill Store Food Court... ...0 5 Sunlight Photography .. ...2 /1 Victoria Bank A Trust... ...0 A&M requests reinstatement for suspended players Associated Press COLLEGE STATION —Texas A&M has asked the NCAA to restore the eligibility of four football players accused of receiving improper payments from a booster, according to a published report. The school also admits in a 17-page report that the players' violations were serious, but officials maintain they were secondary and inadvertent, the Bryan-Col-lege Station Eagle reported today. *' The newspaper said Texas A&M vice president Robert Smith, charged with investigating the allegations, sent the report .to the NCAA last week. The report says Texas A&M is disassociating itself with Dallas NB Soccer _ developer Warren Gilbert, a prominent booster accused of paying four Aggies for work they did not perform. The school found that two of the players each received $400 for work they didn’t do at Wheatland Terrace, a public housing project in Dallas run by Gilbert The other two were paid $1,600 and $1,400 for work not performed, the report says. "Although this is indeed serious, Texas A&M also views the violations in this case as secondary ” the school says. The report notes that violations defined by the NCAA as secondary give a school only limited recruiting or competitive advantage and are isolated or inadvertent. Associated Press NEW YORK — bish Thomas, an All-Star in each of his ll previous NBA seasons, made it 12 in 1993 with a comeback victory in the final week of voting. Joining Thomas in Ute Eastern Conference backcourt will be Michael Jordan, who had 1,035,824 votes to lead all vote-getters for the seventh straight year. Shaquille O'Neal won the starting center spoton the Eastern Conference team, totaling 826,767 Sig nees Continued from 1A Houston H.S., Arlington, Texas; Dava Medal*, S, Pine Bush (N. dt, 6-3. 256. LY.) H.S.; wr, 6-5,210. Etemwravfie, Amula; Dray Wlaon, ol, 6-3,275. Langham Creek Ha.. Houston; Mark Windham. <t, pi, 236, Bishop Gorman Ha., Las Vagal, Nev.; Mary Windham, do, 04,210, Bebop Gorman H.S., Lae Vagal, Nev.; Dome Womack, rh, 5-8,175, PutaaraAcaiteny, Unto Rock, Ark.; Warwick Woodard, to, 6-3,220, Clear Brook H.S. .Houston. TEXAS Tony Brackens, <J, 6-4,225, Fairfield (Texas) HA.; Stave Brassy, la, 6-3,230, Sam Houston H.S., Arlington, Texas; James Brown, qb, 0-1, 4 OM aaa *f|mnk 11^    nit    TammiPIiJa 1CWi wwwwa DfwOfi P1iw>i DWUfusnif I «Mwi YUI Cartor, db, 03,196, John Tyler HA., Tyler, Tens; Gerrod Coleman, rb, 6-1,106, Wyatt HA., Fort Worth, Texas; Philip Dawson, pk, OI, 190, Lake Bryan Johnson, lb, 03,225, Jersey Viage HA., Houston; Brant Kelly. ol. OO. 225, Aion (Texas) HS.; ma)H&; HA., ‘ Sherman (Texas) HA.; Carl Traumas NI, db, 0 Bryon Lloyd, oi, 03,270, Spring (Texas) by MiNar, S, 04, 245, Caiman HS. Christi, Texas; Mark Schuss, | Cd-, Corpus , OO. 175, 3.206, Fort Band Kempner H.S., Texas; Quentin Walwoa, wr-db, OI, 166, Tarry HS., Roaenburo, Texas; Tim Warfield, dl. 04, 270, Grapeland (Texas) HS.; Bryant Westbrook, db, 02, 205, El Commo HS., Oceanside, CSif.; DwreM Wlaon, rb, OI, 200, Carter H A., Dallas. TEXAS ABM Brad Crowley, to, OS, 220, CaMsn HS., Corpus Christi, Texas; Donovan Greer, db, 010, 104, Els* HS.. AIM, Texas; Marcus Heard, dt, O 3,275, Ctork HS., San Anteri* Trenton Mweah, ol, OS, 240, Brenham (Texas) H.S.; David Maxwtl, to, 6-3,250, Mkiway HS., Waco, Texas; Brandon Mteheti, S, 04,270, Abbest# (La.) HA.; Chria Ruhman, d, OO. 282. Nimitz HS.. Houston; Larry Walker ll, db, 02.200, Rusk (Texas) HA. TEXAS CHRISTIAN Tony Brown, to. 04, 200, Lamesa (Texas) HA.; Aaron Burton, do, 03, 240, Trinity HA., Edits, Tons; Mwk Cortez, oi, 04,295,1 Wast (Texas) HA.; Jay Dauem, to, 02, 211 Arlington (Texas) HA.; Dustin Day. S, OO. 300, I Cly (Texm) HA.; Bart Epperson, S. 03, 200, Trinity Valley (Texas) J.C„ Rodiwal, Tt Brian Franklin, to, OI, 200, Brandon Hickman, S. 04, J.C., Houston; Gayion Hyder, de. OO, 235, i (Texas) HA.) Mchaoi Janak, dt, OS, HA.; I The four players’ names were blacked out in the report, but starting running back Greg Hill and reserves James Brooks, Percy Singleton and Darius Smith were declared ineligible for the Cotton Bowl after the revelations appeared in December. The school said it found no violations beyond those by the four players, no year-round payments and no institutional impropriety, the newspaper reported. The report suggested that two of the players be suspended for two games next season and asked that all four players' eligibility be restored under several conditione. They included the return of any payment they did not earn, community service work and NCAA rules education sessions. 245, TutotoMkhmy HA., Corpus Christi, Tsxas; Chris Jeffrey, rb. 6-3,200, Crsns (Tsxas) HA.; Frtd Johnson, dt, 6-1, 245, Longview (Tsxas) HA.; Chants McCarty, qb. 04, 210. Eastern Hii> HA., Fort Worth. Texas Bamiwd Oldham, Ut, 6-1, 266. La* HA., MMtsnd, Tsxas; Marcus Sanders, rb, 5-11. 210, DamonjTaxas) HA.; ». 0-3, 215, Berliner HA., Matthsw Shane, ie. 178. Lakeside HA., Evans, db. 5-11.166. Fort Band Duties HS., Sam Taft. to, SA. 225, Grapevine (Texas) HS.; Data Towson, ol, 64, 270/ Haltom HA.. Fort Worth, Tsxas; Ryan Tucker, ie. 0-5. 230, Lea HA.. Mkfand. Texas; Troy Wienie, rn, 6-3, IOO. Calvert (Tsxas) HS.; Chuck WMS, ol, 64,310, M-nois Valley (tod.) C.C.; Darned Wlaon, cb. 6-2, ISO, I Merest HS., Dallas; Ko! Woods, rb, 6-1, 215, Botong (Tsxas) HA.; Richard Wooton, is. SA, 240, fmachal HS., Fort Worto, Tsxas. TEXAS TECH Bo Adams, wr, 5-0,175, Ktigora (Tsxas) J.C., Tsxas; Carrus (Cat) Adams, db, 5-s) JC., Hsndsrson, taxi IO. 170, J] xra-i- - -IKWPH a) JC    JM db, 91, 206, Converts JUdrei 0-0,266, was; Eric HOS    AmresMisa    YMswesres DiAuLa sa# •0*1 9v> reeORw* IjfrDne DTuOrIi ni, Kilgore (Texas) J.C., Mount Pleasant, ti Butisr, to. 6-2, 260. Hired* HA.. Wdtita FMS. Tsxas; Tony Darden, qb, SA. 170, Holmes HA.. San Antonio* Ban Kaufrnan, of. 0-8, 260, Edinburg North HA., Ednburg, Tsxas; Zsbbls lotoridgt, qb. S-1, 170. Estacado HA., Lubbock. TexasTCody McGuire, to. OS, 240, Crane (Texas) HA.; MN-rick McHenry, rb. 0-1, ISO, Lewis volt (Tsxas) HA.; Curtis Mkksy. do. SA. 240, Wa atom HMt HA., Fort Worth, Tsxas; Jeremiah Mutisn, wr. 0-2. ITS, Artoslo (N.M.) HA.; Jay Pugh, ol. 64, 260, Cooper HA.. Abilono, Taxes; Oscar Smallwood. to. S-1,240, Yatss HAa Houston* Chris Whitney, et, 64,278, Pampa (Taxes) HS. Continuos from Paget stopper position for ors up front Good thing. It wts a Hauport cross to senior Eric Bur soy that trampled the Buffaloes for the final time. Haupert made hie presence known the final half. Ha repeatedly pounded tiie Clemens defense, ana wai praised for his perseverance. Rodrigues it pleased with the newfound aggression of Haupert and feels his confidence level is on the rise with each shot ha takas. World Games_ Earlier in the evening, the Unicorn JV stampeded the Buffaloes with a 4-0 shutout to increase their district record to 3-0. Joe Cortez, a recent addition to tho NB team, sank the first goal and forward Brian Brandenburg sealed the second before halftime. Two freshmen midfielders racked up goals the second half—-Ruben Gonzales and Clif Steagall. The Unicorns travel to Smithson Valley on Comlti nee from Pege • person whan thay talk oft motivating fores. For Tuck, who is playing club volleyball for the Junior Olympic Club in San Antonio, she said her sifter Terri, who will ba tha captain of next year's Unicom squad, has always pushed her. "I do a lot of competing with my sister, since she’s wily a year older." Tuck said. "In sports or anything we always compote, even in the classroom. Wa have algebra II together this year and ws had geometry last year, so ws even compete in there.” Boite credits her tether, John. and her tennis coach Howard Gioeick as big influences in her Ute. "My dad definitely — he and my tennis ooaeh Howard GKerick," Boite said. ”1 consider bim kind of Uke my seeond dad, because I’m with him almost everyday. I talk to him everyday and he even comes to all my basketball games He’s the greatest guy.” Unicom hsad volleyball coach Claudia Perry, who nominated her two sophomores for the honor, said she is pleased to see the girls recognised for their efforts. "I waa really axcited, I truly was,” Perry said. ”1 know they wart deserving and hoped that they would be selected. It really is a feather in their cap that they have this opportunity.” Every one of the 1992 Unicom volleyball players were named Academic All-District and two even made the All-State Academic team. Parry said aha actively tries to push her team on academics. "At this time in their Uvas they need someone with more experience to guide them to their poten tial,” sh# said. "After all, thaae girls are 16-to-18-yaars-old and don’t have tha foresight that we ’older' people do, so yes I try to shove them in the direction that they can achieve their potential.” Both girls ara excited about their impending trip and are excited about being able to go together. The girls joked about there being no direct flights into Newport, resulting in along layover in New York, which would provide time for seeing the Big ole. iowever, both agreed they didn’t think their parents would bs too willing to bslteve they needed such a layover. There are four goals of the Games are centered around tha need to bring the children of world together to provide a better understanding of everyone’s cultures. iii votes to become the first rookie since Jordan in 1985 to be elected to a starting All-Star berth. Larry Johnson, of Charlotte, will start at forward with Scottie Pip-pen of Chicago. Host Utah placed two starters, guard John Stockton and forward Karl Malone, on the Western Conference team for the Feb. 2Lgame~ at Salt Lake City. ClydeDrexler of Portland, Charles Barkley of Phoenix at forward and David Robinson of San Antonio at center round out the starters. Continued from 9 on the verbal onslaught of the Mules. Alamo Height* is the top-ranked team in the district, and will be more than happy to tell you about it Canyon’s JV squad lost 3-2 in a closer match with the San Anto-. nians. Richard McDonald saddled the Mules with Canyon’s 2 goals. The Cougars entertain Boerne Thursday at 7:30 p.m., with the JV starting at 5:30 p.m. Reported by Jodi McDonald Classified Advertising Friday to take on the Rangers, as New Braunfels gears up for the much talked about Ahuno Heights showdown on February 16. New Braunfels Youth Soccer players are reminded that NBH8 home game admission is free to any player wearing his teem jersey. The New Braunfels Soccer Boosters will soon announce a contest available to all youth play ara attending Unicom garnet, and a “Soccer Sweetheart? will be crowned during halftime of the Heights match-up. Statewide Classified Ad Network Advertise In 299 Texas newspapers for $250. Reach more than 3 MILLION Texans. Call fills newspaper for details. 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