New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 29, 1994, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 29, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas ■ Wednesday, June 29,1994 Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Edita Sean Burgess! about Sports Day, call 625-9144, ext. 24. H e r a I d • Z e i I u n g I Page 8ASports Day 7th me STRETCH June 29 1957: Jackie Rung wins the U. S. Open, but is disqualified for an Incorrect scorecard. 'The shocking news of Mrs. Pung's disqualification filled everyone with a personal sense of impotent anger and with compassion for the victim of so important a ruling based on so insignifigant a technicality." - Hsrbsrt Warren Wind July 8,1957. Golf ■ Parent-Junior golf tourney a success A very successful Parent-Junia golf tournament was held this past Sunday at Landa Park Golf Course. Twenty-eight teams participated with ages of the junior golfers ranging from 9 to 32 years. The format of play was different fa each age group, out both contestants were completely involved in the play of each hole. Results by age group: Girls: 1. Sarah and Robert Damadaas 2. Stephanie and Doreen Schaeffer Boys, ages 9-11: 1. Gatlyn and Billy McDonald: 2. Brian and Joe Fancher. Boys, ages 12-14: 1. Tate and Phil Demasco 2. Micheai and Frank Schaeffer. Boys, ages 15-17:1. Jason and Al Leach 2. Jeff and Burt Powell Junior 19 and above: Ryan and Darryl Acker 2. Brent and Burt Pcwell. Overall Champions: Jason and Al Leach. ■Watermelon Thump won by GuWecrez and Vaughan The Luling Watermelon Thump Golf Tournament was won by Fernando Gutierrez and Gary Vaughan as they teamed fa a two round total of 128. They had to defeat Mike Milligan and Chris Chives on the third hole of a sudden death playoff to capture the best ball championship. Trinidad Camareno and Allen Dale ted fa third place with a two round total of 129. Basketball ■ Arrest warrant laauad for Mad Max SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Helping the Houston Rockets win an NBA title may have boosted Vernon Maxwell's reputation in the league, but it's done nothing fa his legal problems. An arrest warrant fa Maxwell was issued Tuesday in San Antonio stemming from a charge related to a March 8 nightclub fight. Bexar County court-at-law judge Timothy Johnson issued the warrant the same day the criminal complaint was filed, said Jeffrey Newport, Maxwell's attaney in Houston. Newport called the warrant “routine" and said it was not because Maxwell failed to respond to a court summons. It's the fourth run-in with the taw over the last two years fa the Rockets guard Maxwell. 28, was accused of hitting another patron with a bottle Since then, an attaney fa the plaintiff has tried unsuccessfully to get Maxwell to pay fa medical bills incurred during the fight, Newpat said. Texas football ■ Adams lawyer says his client dkto't ••••UN Na girlfriend AUSTIN (AP) — The lawyer fa Texas wide receiver Mike Adams says Adams didn’t physically assault his ex-girlfriend a a police officer and that felony charges against Adams are “blown way out of probation." Lawyer John Carsey said Aoams didn't touch Senior Sgt Leo Enriquez. He said Adams may have used profanity after being sprayed with pepper mace because he didn't clear out quickly enough. “It was just a bunch of yelling,“ Carsey tad the Austin American-Statesman in an interview published Tuesday “Gang from there to aggravated assault on a police officer is a different thing ... The charge is several levels higher than what conceivably happened The officer was na injured. Maybe Mike should have held his temper, but they drove him over the edge ‘ Adams, 20. was arrested Saturday after allegedly cursing and shoving Enriquez and allegedly punching a 19-year-old woman in the head and chest He was charged with aggravated assault of a pa ice officer and with assault and injury. NB wins two titles The National League 9-year-old all-stars defeat Seguin for championship By SEAN BURGESS Sports Editor_ Domination is the only way to describe the National League 9-year-old all-stars performance this week. They went undefeated on their way to the District 31 North Zone title and outscored their opponents by an incredible margin of 57 to 17. The championship game last night, however, saw the NL all-stars fall behind before storming back to drop Seguin 14-4. They will now travel to Nixon tonight where they will start a best-of-three series with Yoakum, the South Zone champions. "The boys have been pretty dominant this tournament," said NL Manager David Werley. "I'm just proud of the way the boys hung in their tonight." Seguin jumped out to a 4-1 lead after three innings putting the NL in a position they had avoided in their first three contests. But in the fourth inning, the NL team woke up their bats and started scoring runs. Josh Prewitt led the 13-run charge by scoring three runs on the night and Justin Thompson came through with a 2 RBI triple to help the cause. "Justin had a big hit, Ross Matt had two great defensive plays at catcher," Werley said. "The team came together when they had to." On the mound the ball was handed to Luis Castillija the first three innings and Daniel Guerrero the final inning. Zack Picklemann, Ryan Werley, David Whitby, and Thompson each scored two runs and Guerrero, Andrew Scott and Matt all came around to score once. Hftld-Zitung photos by JOHN HUSETH New Braunfels National League all-star shortstop Josh Brown dives for a ball in last night's 10-3 win over the New Braunfels American League all-stars. Adam Gallegos is the AL runner rounding second base. The two teams will meet again tonight to decide the chamionship of the 10-year-old tournament. New Braunfels AL 11-year-old all-stars nudge by Canyon to take district crown From staff reports The New Braunfels American League 11-y ear-old all-stars finished a perfect tournament last night by wrapping up the District 31 North Zone crown with a 3-1 win over Canyon Lake. The AL squad never lost a game in the double elimination tournament as they took advantage of playing on their home field. Last night the championship ball was put in the hands of Tate Taylor, and he knew exactly what to do with IL The AL hurler went the distance giving up only six hits and striking out seven. Canyon Lake also got a strong performance from the mound as B'Lee Smith threw six tough innings. At the plate, the highlights were hard to come by. Coby Henk of NB led the way with a 3 for 3 performance and Clay Janoa followed with a 2 for 4 nighL NB kicked off the scoring in the first inning when Jeff McCrary came around on one NB hit. NB scored another run in the third inning when J anoa crossed the plate, also on a single hit. Canyon was held scoreless through three innings, bul they got their lone run in the fourth inning. Micheai Moxley was the Canyon Lake player to score. After a scoreless fifth inning, the NB allstars added an insurance run in the sixth in the form of Henk. The New Braunfels American League team, which is managed by Mike Michelac and coached by Bob J anta and Gary Erben, got to the last night's game undefeated by dropping Luling in the opening round of the tournament and then beating the same Canyon team 14-3 last Friday night. The AL team will now represent the entire community of New Braunfels as the North Zone champions. Crow leads the NL by the AL, forces another game By SEAN BURGESS Sports Editor lM**w Braunfels Ifi-vpar-nld.National League All-Stars vs. New Braunfels 10-year- old American League All-Stars, Part IL That's what will happen tonight after the NL rode the arm of Craig Crow to a 10-3 win over the AL In the double elimination tournament, the NL had one loss and the AL was undefeated coming into last night's cross-town rivalry, and now it's winner take all. "We’re just happy to have the opportunity to play for the championship,” said NL Manager, Dave Crow. “The kids worked real hard to get to this point This is where we wanted to be." (Craig) Crow scattered seven hits over six inning, allowing three runs and striking out five. "Craig came out and had a good performance for us," said (Dave) Crow, who is also Craig s dad. “We knew we needed him to pitch a good game and he came through." (Craig) Crow got more than enough help from his offense as the NL cranked out the IO runs on eight hits. Phillip Cruz, who scored four runs and had three hits Monday night, kept his swing going as he went 2 for 3 and scored three runs. Josh Brown and Josh Regalado both had two hits and scored two runs. For the AL, Adam Gallegos went 2 for 3 with a run scored and Erie Euler went I for I and scored the other AL ran. The big innings for the NL came in the fourth and fifth when they scored four runs in each. In the fourth, Regalado hit an RBI single to highlight the NL scoring. In the fifth, (Craig) Crow swatted a 2 RBI double to rightfield to help his own cause. Tonight at 7 p.m. the same two teams will battle it out for the District 31 North Zone Championship. The winner will go on to represent New Braunfels and the North Zone against Floresville, the winner of the South Zone, in a best-of-three scries. Spurs hope to strengthen weak point in draft 1994 NBA Draft ■ What: 1994 NBA draft; two rounds. ■ Whan: Today. 6 p.m. ■ Wharf: Hoosier Dome, Indianapais. ■ Draft order: V Milwaukee 2. Dallas 3. Detroit 4. Minnesota 5. Washington 6. Philadelphia 7. L A. lippers 8. Sacramento 9. Boston 10.1. A. Lakers 11. Seattle 12. Miami 13. Denver 14. New Jersey 15 Indiana 16. Golden State 17. Patland 18. Milwaukee 19. Dallas 20 Philadelphia 21. Chicago 22. tan Antonio 23 Phoenix 24. New Yak 25 LA Gippers 26. New Yak 27. Orlando. ■ TV: TNT Top proapacta: Glenn Robinson, Purdue: 6-8 225. 30 3 ppg.; Damon Bailey. Indiana 6-3,200.196 ppg.; Yinka Dare. Geage Washington: 7-1,265. 15.4 ppg„ Grant HIH, Duke 6-8, 225 17.4 ppg.; ,Juwan Howard. Michigan: 6-9,240 20.8 ppg., Askia Jones, Kansas Sate: 6-51/2,200.22.1 ppg,; Jason Kidd, Califama: 6-4,205 16.7 ppg; Donyeil Marshall, Connecticut; 6-9.219. 25 1 ppg.; Aaron McKle, Temple 6-5,200 188 ppg By JAIME ARON Associated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — Texts’ three NBA teams are preparing for tonight’s draft with different agendas. The Dallas Mavericks are looking to rebuild. The San Antonio Spurs are searching for the point guard to run their offense. The Houston Rockets are just hoping lo get lucky. Dallas has three picks among the first 28, giving the Mavericks a now-or-never chance to turn around the team that’s been the worst in the league the last two years. “It’s very important,” new player personnel director Keith Grant said. ‘‘When a team builds as we are. this should make us even better.” Gram and coach Dick Mona have a can't-miss pick at No. 2 and likely will spend their first pick on California point guard Jason Kidd despite his recent off-court problems and the rising stock of Duke’s Gram Hill. San Antonio’s only pick is No. 22, which is fine because the Spurs may be only one player away from turning last year’s first-round upset victim into next year’s top title contender. That player is a point guard and it's up to former assistant Gregg Popovich, the team’s new vice president of basketball operations, to find the right person to get the ball to scoring champi • on David Robinson. An interesting choice to quarterback the Spurs’ offense would Charlie Ward of Florida State la one of many guards that the Spurt ara looking to draft be Florida State’s Charlie Ward, the Heis-man Trophy winner bypassed in the NFL draft. Other possibilities include BJ. Tyler of Texas, Tony Dumas of Missoun-Kansas City and Tony Tolbert of Detroit For Dallas, the thought of a 1-2-3 combination of Kidd and previous top choices Jim Jackson and Jamal Mashbum is too good to pass up. In a copyright story, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported today that the Mavericks will definitely pick Kidd. ■ Houston stuck without draft pick HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Rockets have the NBA championship trophy, but they don’t have a first-round pick in tonight's draft. And it appeared they’d remain without one based on the offers received by Bob Weuihauer, the Rockets’ vice president of basketball operations. ‘‘Everyone warns one of our siarmg players for a first-round pick and we’re just not going to do that,” Weinhiucr said late Tuesday. “So, it looks like we’re going with the No. 53 pick unless something comes along late. ” The Rockets, who won the NBA title last Wednesday by beating the New York Kmcks in Game 7, lost their first-round pick in 1990 in the deal that sew Tim McCormick aril John Lucas to Atlanta for Kenny Smith. So all they’re left with is No. 53 pick overall. t A ;