New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 4, 1996, Page 5

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June 04, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraK^ZaftunaO Tuesday. Jure 4.199605 Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor Thomas Godley about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24. “Being traded is IDce celebrating your tooth birthday It might not be tho happiest occasion, but consider the atte* natives.” —JoeGaragioia Sports briefs aumnnoa uon course The Uvalde Tennis Association is sporv* soring its 23rd annual Tennis Round-Up June 7-9 at the Uvalde School Tennis Complex. Junk* competition begins June 6 and adult play begins on Saturday. Entry fee is $12 per event Consolation brackets are scheduled for al junior events. Junior tennis camp to opran T-6ar-M Tennis Ranch is offering camps for junior tennis players ages 7-18 starting this week and continuing through the summer. For more information, cal Paul Domanski at 629-0439 Mddto school swim camp A competitive swim campier beys and girls in grades 7-8 win be held June 25 at Landa Park Pool. The instruction wil cover the important aspects of the four competitive strokes, physical conditioning, starts, turns, stretching and dtet It wil deal with positive mental preparation, goal setting, dedication commitment self reliance and selfesteem. The camp wi run daily from 8 am to noon through June £& ^ video on worldclass swimmers such as Janet Evans and Pablo Morales wil be shewn. There wil be intense training with each day bilking on the previous lesson. Students must attend al four sessions . To register, cal Bud Dalmann at 625-6342. bocal goner rave iKHoiront Veronica Morton of New Braunfels shot a hotenrvone at Landa Park Golf Course last Wednesday. The 32-year-old goffer hit the aoe on hole No. 9, a par-3 from 148 yards. She finished with a nine-hole score of 47. Morton, a chemistry major at Southwest Texas State University, has been golfing for two years. Canyon Cougar strength and commoning camp alated Canyon High School will host a "Strength and Conditioning Camp’ at Cougar Den June 1CV13 with two sessions beginning at 8 am and 10 arn The camp is designed for aretes ages 12-15 who want to develop maximum strength, power and speed vertical jump and agility. Dan Burk, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, a level I U.S.W.F Olympic Weightlifting Coach and 1983 National Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, wil teach correct technique for free weights, machines and Olympic weightlifting. Cost is $20. . Enrollment is limited. For more information, cal Burk at 525-6251 or 6207634. : Fitness buffs can sign up now for low-impact aerobics classes for adults using lightweights, stretching and choreographed Routines to musical 6000068.Unicorn football camp slated i New Braunfels High School coaches wW conduct a football camp for players entering!grades 7-0 for the 1906 season. The camp wW run from 8:30 a m. to noon July 22-26 at NBHS. Registration deadline Is 7:30 ain. July 22 and wW be taken at the camp. Cost is $35. The camp wil provide one-on-one instruction focusing on basic techniques for offensive and defensive players. ,i For more information, cal 625-5713 or 525-2611.Hangar Tennis summsr camp SVHS tennis coach Keith Brown wW lead two sessions June 3-7 and June 10-14 at the Sponsored by Comal ISO Community Education, the camp is for boys and girts in pedes 1-8. For more information, cal 499- fir; j 3^; roun By The Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Defending champion Thomas Muster was upset by 15th-seeded \fichael Such of Getrony 4-6,64.6-1,7-6 (7-1) in the fourth round of the French Open. Sikh served 23 aces to beat die second-seeded Austrian. Stefan Edberg, the six-time Grand Shan winner whenever woe the French, ended his 13th and final try when he fell to 14th-seeded Marc Bosset of Switzerland 7-6 (74X6-3,6-3. Edberg waved, blew a kiss md strode out of the French Open, a tournament he will never win. The 30-year-old Swede, a former No. I ranked player and six-time grand slam winner, announced last December drat he win retire after this year. In other upsets, Bemd Kartncher of Germany fired his 14th ace on match point to defeat fifth-seeded Goran Ivanisevic 6-3, 6-1, 6-2, and ninth-seeded Marcelo Rio* of Chile was ousted by France’s Cedric Piotme 64,6-1,6-2. Meanwhile, dud-seeded Conchite Martinez of Spam finished her rain-delayed match against Jim Courter Na 14 Amanda Coetzer of South Africa, 6-2, 6-3. Top-seeded Pete Sampras outplayed Australian Scott Diaper 64,7-5,6-2 to reach the quarterfinals of the French Open for the fourth time. He will play seventh-seeded Jim Courier, a two-time champion who downed No. IO Wayne Poncha of South Africa4-6,6-1,6-3,6-3. Monica Seles, who shares the women's top seeding with Steffi Graf, needed only 52 minutes for a 6-1, 6-1 victory over 13th-seeded Magdalena Maleeva — her opponent die day she was knifed during a changeover in Ham burg, Germany, three years ago. She next faces Na IO Jan* Novotna, who beat Romania's kina Spirits 6-1, 7-5. Graf defeated 11 th-seeded Mary Joe Fer-nmdez for the 15th straight time, 6-1,7-6 (9-7X No. 4 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario beal Barbara Rittner 6-3,6-4; sixth-seeded Antae Huber kxt to Karma Habsudova 7-5,6-3, and afe*-seeded Lindsay Davenport overcame No. 7 Kimiko Date 3-6,64,8-6. Other men advancmg were sixth-seeded Yevgeny Kafelnikov, who beat Francisco Gavel 64,6-3,6-3, and Na 13 Richard Krajicek, who topped Jonas Bjorkmm, 6-3,6-2,6-4. Aletap selectionsLpajuff Dream Team Above, the 1996 New Braunfels American Little League All-Star 11-rnnr nill team ame selected en Hignt, sn on alop Justin ocnasner movee in on an infield throw during playoff action between the Braves and Rangers in the me|ora division. Heran-zenung pnot06 by MICHAEL DARNALL New SpauaEaVa American LMI# Lsagut 11-year-old All-Stars Pstar Ungamfaitar dory Werth Jimmy Quiroz Insranli Van Now a vw^aaie aamajy Zab Vlcknair Chria HaHay Matthaw Schulka Paul Cantu Staphan Mandan Brandon Taylor Chad dragoon Bobby GarciaAstros stay unbeaten in Sr. LeagueFischer strikes out 7 to get past Cardinals; Athletics top Indians From submitted reports The Astros kept their perfect record intact in the New Braunfels Sr. League with mother impressive win over the Cardinals 11-2 Monday night at Comal Park Field. The Astros collected 12 hits lo earn their seventh straight victory and remain one game in front of the Phillies (5-1) and Athletics (6-1X The Cardinals held the high-scoring Astros lo three runs through four innings until Josef Antosh, Aaron Stoll and Jonathan Muerin, who was 4-for-5, got the offense going. Klane Kolacek was 2-for-2. Clifton Fischer pitched four inning, striking out seven and giving up one hit Antosh earned the save with four strike outs m two innings, giving the Astros a total of 11. For die Cardinals, Jraed Felton and Chip Adams accounted for the team's two runs. In the earlier game, the A’s defeated the Indians 5-2, as Darien Classen pitched a three-hitler in six and a half innings. The A’s exploded for five nim in the first inning and held off the Indian's rally in the fifth. Andy Schmid pitched a complete game for? the Indians, giving up three hits and striking out three hatters. Classen, who was 2-for-3 at the plate, had four strike outs. The Indians offense was led by Schmid, Randy Leos and Nick RozeUe who each had a hit Roselle and Tim Voight each scored two runs. Nicholas Dixon drove in two runs with a tripk in the first inning and was thrown out hying to stretch it to an inside the park homer. Eric Foeck was three-for-four at the plate, and Antosh scored three times. Astros catcher and second baseman Aaron Stoll smashed a towering drive to the center field fence lo lead aff (be sixth inning with a double.    IJordan, Chicago poised for Seattle By The Associated Press The Seattle Supersonics did something only eight other teams thd this season — heat the Chicago Bulls. Nevertheless, Michael Jordan didn't sound very concerned when discussing the team his Bulls will meet in the NBA Finals. Six days after completing its Eastern Confercnece sweep of the Orlando Magic, Chicago learned Sunday that it wiU play Seattle, beginning Wednesday. The Sonics defeated Chicago 97-92 on Nov. 26. The Bulls were without injured forward Dennis Rodman. “We lost our execution down the stretch, but our defense has always maintained pressure on their perimeter players,” Jordan said “We were in control of the game. We dictated everything.” When the teams met Jan. IO at Chicago, the Bulls outscored Seattle 87-59 over the final three quarters and pulled away for a 113-87 victory. The Sonics played without injured forward Detlef Schrempf and guard Gary Payton Series glance (M47) ■Wednesday. June 5 Seattle at Chicago, 9 p.m. (NBG) ■ Friday. June 7 Seattle at Chicago. 9 pm (NBC) ■Swday, June 9 Chicago at Seama. 7:30 pm (NBG) ■Wednesday, June 12 Chicago a1 Caama. 9 pm (NBC) ■Friday. Juna 14 Chicago at Seama. 9 pm (NBC), if necessary ■Cunday, June 16 Seattle at Chicago. 7:30 pm (NBC), if necessary ■Wednesday. June 19 Seama at Chicago. 9 pm (NBO, if necee* aeryHouston waves forma: UT pitching star Greg Swindell By MIKE DRAGO Associated Press Writer Sports briefs a NEW YORK (AP) — Cleveland teammates Albert Belle and Julian Tavarez, and Milwaukee’s Mike Matheny each got five-game suspensions from the American League for their parts in a bench-clearing brawl. The 10-minute melee started in the ninth inning Friday night when Matheny charged the mound after Tavarez threw a fastball behind his back. During the fight, Tavarez body-stemmed umpire Joe Brinkman to the ground In the eighth inning, a fastball by Marshall Boze hit Belk on the shoulder. When Eddie Murray grounded to second one batter later, Belle flattened second baseman Fernando Vina had only eight points. Seattle reached the NBA Finals for the first time since 1979 with a 90-86 victory over Utah in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. Seattle’s Shawn Kemp had 26 points and 14 rebounds and Gary Payton scored 21. John Stockton and Karl Malone each had 22 points and seven assists for Utah. with a forearm to the face when Vina tried to tag the Indians slugger. The players’ union appealed all three penalties, meaning the suspensions can’t start until after a hearing. ■ SAN DIEGO (AP) — The first-place San Diego Padres learned that smooth-fielding first baseman Wally Joyner will be out 6-to-8 weeks with a fractured left thumb. The left-handed Joyner, hitting .321 with five homers and 33 RBIs, sustained a fracture at the base of his thumb while sliding into second base in the fourth inning of Sunday’s loss at Philadelphia. HOUSTON (AP) — Houston Astros general manager Gerry Hunsicker says the release of pitcher Greg Swindell might not be the last shakeup as the team struggles to hold fust place in baseball’s worst division. Three disappointing seasons after signing pitcher Greg Swindell to a $17 million contract, the Astros cut their losses Monday by releasing the lefthander and promoting a rookie. Hunsicker said there probably won’t be any more major changes to the roster, but he and other Astros officials hinted that other under-performing Astros had better improve. “I certainly wouldn't rule out that other changes would be coming,” he said. “I don’t have anything imminent” Swindell, 31, lost back-to-back games and had an 11.37 ERA in a pair of relief appear- ■ NEW YORK (AP) — Jeff BagweU of the Houston Astros and John Smoltz of the Atlanta Braves won National League player and pitcher awards for May. Bagwell batted .360 with eight doubles, IO homers, 31 RBIs, 22 runs and four stolen bases. Smoltz won all six of his starts. In 41 2-3 innings, he struck OU 46 while yielding 26 hits, three home runs and ll walks. ■ NEW YORK (AP) — Fred McGriff of the Atlanta Braves won the National League player of the week award. He hatted .524 (11-for-21) with three homers, five RBIs, two doubles, four runs and a 1.048 slugging percentage. ■ NEW YORK (AP)—Cal Ripken Jr. of the ances for the Astros test week after reluming from a groin injury. He had been dismal in four starts before the irgury, going 0-1 with 13 earned runs in 7 1/3 innings. This has never happened to me,” a chokad-up Swindell told reporters after he was CUL ‘It’s hard to take." Swindell, who attended high school in Houston and college at the University of Texas, returned home from Cincinnati before the 1993 season. Doug Drabek also signed a big free-agent contract with the Astros about the same time, and the two were expected to anchor a top-notch rotation. But neither produced, and Drabek continues to be erratic. Swindell’s overall Astros record was 30-34 with a 4.48 ERA. “Greg came here 3 1/2 years ago with high expectations,” Hunsicker said. “I guess it's safe to say that his career here was laced with many difficulties and frustrations on everyone’s prat” Baltimore Orioles won the American League player of the week award. Ripken had his first three-homer game, including his fifth career grand stem and a career-high eight RBIs, against Seattle on May 28. For the week, he hit .550 with five homers and 14 RBIs, both league-highs. ■ OMAHA. Neb. (AP) — Chad Cooley. Justin Bowles and Mike Koerner homered as Louisiana State beat Florida 94 despite committing five errors and allowing three unearned runs in the College Work! Series. In 5 1-3 innings, Brett Lawton (8-2) allowed only one earned run on six hits and four walks. He struck out four. ;

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