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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, April 28,1996 O 7 A Sports Day Fired/up Magic evens Rockets-Lakers series By KEN PETERS AP Sports Writer ic Johnson, who griped/about his role! in the Lakers’ playoff oozier, had the nm of the floor Saturday/and scored 26 points in a 104-94 viewy over the Houston Rockets, who payed the final IO minutes without Hakfcem Olajuwon. The two-time defending NBA champions overcame an ll-point first quarter, their worst of the season, tat the Lakers took command after Ofejuwon, who hasn’t fouled out of a regular-season game in seven years, dtavhisaxthfoun with 10:05 remaining.*’ Los Angeles ran of$i 14-4 streak in a thiee-minute spanto*ak^^3-8^ead with six minutes The best-of-5 anes is tied 1-1 and! shifts to Houstonior games Tuesday | and Thursday Johnson, who Complained to coach Del Harris about being stuck in the post and not handling the ball enough in an 87-83 loss to the Rockets on Thursday, scored on drives, short hooks, and often set up the Lakers’ plays from the outside as they evened the series. Eddie Jones added 20 points for Los Angeles with a career-high ll rebounds. Anthony Peeler, who missed the opening game with a strained right calf, came off the bench to add 12 points. Sam Cassell led the Rockets, who had a string of eight consecutive road playoff wins snapped, with 22 points and eight assists. Olajuwon had 18 points. Olajuwon drew his fifth and sixth fouls within a span of 19 seconds. He bumped into Jones on a rebound on the Rockets' end of the court, then was called on the other end when he went up to try to block Anthony Peeler’s driving shot In other NBA playoff action, Anthony Mason dominated die inside, cdllecting 23 points and 12 rebounds Saturday as the New York Knicks beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 84-80 for a 2-0 lead in the best-of-5 series. The Knicks can wrap up the first round with a victory Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden, where the Cavaliers were 2-0 during the regular season. The visiting team has won 12 of the last 14 New York-Cleveland meetings, including regular season and postseason games. The Knicks are 7-1 at Cleveland’s Gund Arena since it opened in 1994. Cleveland trailed 44-41 at halftime and never caught up in the second half, although it twice got within a point Both times. Mason ans wered — with a put-back that gave the Knicks a 50-47 lead early in the third quarter, and a lay-up and foul shot that put them ahead 69-65 with 7:16 left in the game. The Cavs closed to 80-78 on Terrell Brandon’s 19-foot jumper with 18.6 seconds to play but could get no closer. Air tine A.**- •- » V ****** Herald ZeHung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Kendra Renner, a Canyon sophomore, looped to first place in the long i«mm* and nnsllflsrl for three stale nne on Saturday at leaionals. Riley riled after Bulls beat Heat By MIKE NADEL AP Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) — Pat Riley is appealing to NBA referees' sense of fairness, asking them to start treating his Miami playets — especially Alonzo Mourning — with the same level of respect they give the Chicago Bulls. “This whole thing should be about equality,’’ the Heat coach says, “even though it’s not’’ The Bulls aren’t buying it ’That’s Pat’s gamesmanship, and he’s good at that," coach Phil Jackson said Saturday, a day after Chicago opened the playoffs with a 102-85 victory over the Heat “I won’t enter into that.’’ Bulls center Luc Longley, who helped get Mourning in foul trouble Friday, said “it’s a shame’* Riley feels the need to lobby for more agreeable officiating. “I hope it’s not responded to. It wouldn't be setting a good example," Longley said, “ft’s a little bit like letting the dog in die house because he’s barking on the back porch.” Like Mourning, Longley fouled out of the game. Unlike Mourning, Longley is not his team’s best player. So when foul trouble limited Mourning to IO points and two rebounds in 21 minutes, the Heat was in trouble. K YI LUG I .N O KY EGK ASS SKRY'K K Glasses made while you wait. One hour or less for most prescriptions. Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut St New Braunfels, TX 78130 (210)625-9770 A rn rn £ ■ rn ■JJra ■"a urn rn rn This great deal is especially for our “home folks!” We appreciate youe business over the years and we want you to bring in this ad for a special discount. Vtlid up to 4 persons on all entrees & daily specials Mon-Fri only. Not valid with any other offers. Nev faunfds Smokehouse IH-53 at Hwy 46    NJR    Factory Stare IH-55o ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Soui£emo)ood St ar dens Native Designs and Consultation % Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Soils St Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor 608-9160 Daily hours: M-F 8-5 Sat 8-5 Sun 12-5 ■ 658 Linda Street • New Braunfels^ 2 FOR I r* mr it xx iririr unELiv PLL CART HI N I AI KCQUUITD Must present this ad. Offer expires May 11. Must call for Tee Time SUNDANCE! Golf Course & Practice Range | 2294 Common St. At FM 306 Walkrflii way regional title By THOMAS GOOLEY Sports Editor •raMM Herald-Zeitung photo by THOMAS GODLEY Golfer Jimmy Walker Ie headed to state for the third straight year. Three straight regional golf tides may be an I unprecedented feat, but Jimmy Walker isn’t I ready to rest on his laurels.    I In two weeks the Canyon junior sets out to I complete his mission at the state tournament I ’That's what Tm aiming for this season," I said Walker, who fired a 2-under TO last Tues- I day to win his thud Class 4A Region IV title. I “I feel like I have a pretty good shot at it The course is open and real long whkh fits my I kind of game. I’m looking forward to it" I The state tournament opens May 6-7 at I Roy Kizer Golf Course in Austin.    I Walker shot his first under par st age I! I won his first national tournament at age 14 I when he captured the Texas-OkWwma Junior. I Last July he played in the prestigious Rolex I Tournament of Champions, which features I the top 50 junior golfers in the nation.    I He credits his father, Tim, for honing the I skills that have made him one of the top high I school golfers in die state.    I “As the yean go by I like gauge my game I against my dad," he said. “If I can beat him, I I know I’m playing well because he’s one of the I best amateur playen around."    | CHS golf coach Tom Rosser describes his fledgling star as a “smart player who manages I the course extremely well."    I “He’s a fine putter, but it’s his ball striking B skills thai sets him apart,” Rosser said. “Jim- I my is still maturing. He’s getting bigger, B stronger and better every year."    I With a four stroke lead heading into the sec- B ond day of the regional tournament, Walker B shot a 76 to win by one shot    B Walker, a member of the National Honor B Society, is garnering attention from college B recruiters. He hopes to stay in state and play B for Texas, TCU or Texas A&M.    B Until then he has a summer of national B tournaments and a shot at a record-setting B fourth consecutive regional title.    B rn Runners carry Olympic torch for Atlanta games LOS ANGELES (AP) — The fast of 10,000 runners carried the newly-lit Olympic torch Saturday down a grassy path flanked by the flags of 197 competing nations to start its cross-country journey to Atlanta. Olympic decathlon champion Rifer Johnson jogged from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum — site of of Olympic games in 1932 and 1984 — and handed the torch to Gina Tillman. Her grandfather, Jesse Owens, won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. After running a half mile, Tillman embraced Janet Evans, who will seek a record fifth swimming gold medal. A fingernail-sized flame symbolizing the spirit of the Olympics arrived from Greece on Saturday to ignite the torch. The 15,000-mile relay will end July It, when the flame will be carried to the summer games’ opening-day ceremonies. Phone: 629-3817 I Comal County’s Habitat for Humanity & MHMR In cooperation with the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce present the first annual HERALD-ZEITUNG LAKEFEST *96 5-K RUN/WALK/KIDS* Ka Saturday, May 4 Dam Red Bam, Canyon Lake, Texas (Find the Canyon Lake Dam and you’ve found LAKEFEST *96) AN ALL DAY EVENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! Run or walk across the spectacular Canyon Dam! Peaches kelley to perform before and after the runs! 8:25 a.m. Wheelchair race begins. 8:30 a.m. Elite runners compete for $450.00 purse in 1st heat! Men’s qualifying 5-K time of under 16:30, women under 19:00 9:00 a.m. 5-K RUN 9:05 a.m. Walk 9:45 a.m. Kids 1-K, 9:50 Kids 1/2 K Awards at IO a.m. with Crawfish, Beer &. Sodas at Dam Red Bam! Call Susan Phillips, EVENTS! - Race Director (210) 609-5030 11:30 a m. PARADE AT THE DAM RED BARN 2:00 p.m. GOLF TOURNAMENT - Canyon Lake Golf and Country Club: 4 person Florida Scramble, $50.00 Entry Fee. MAKE A HOLE IN ONE AND WIN A NEW VEHICLE! mum (Provided by the New Braunfels New Car Dealer Association) Golf Awards with crawfish and dinner at the Dam Red Bam! For info, call the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce at 210-964-2223 ALL DAY LONO the crawfish arc cooking at tho Dam Red Barn!! Crawfish and BRQ plates $7.00. P^kin* $240 *0* ;

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