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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Day To talk with Sports Editor Tom Erickson about Sports Day call 6259144 Ext 223 Readers can also send email to Tjeffrey@aol.com Herald Zeitung HeraldZeitunq O Thursday May 0 7 The Press Comal County Sports Events are listed according to timeliness and as space allows New Braunfels Middle High School physicals Physical screenings for New Braunfels Middle and High School students who wish to participate in athletics will be Wednesday at the NBHS gym nasium Physicals will be given from to The nominal fee is UIL requires all athletes to have a physical exam prior to participation in practice or com petition For more information call Dean Laird at 6255713 New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club tryouts The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club will sponsor try outs for all girls and boys inter ested in competing in a higher level of play from 9 to noon on May 16 and 2 to 5 on May 17 at the HEB Soccer Complex All players born between July and July are eligible For more information call 6061547 6067757 or 606 6722 Canyon HS Class of 2000 golf tournament The Canyon High School Class of 2000 will sponsor a fundraising golf tournament on May 17 at Northcliffe Country Club The event is open to 20 teams with a entry fee per team Those not wishing to play golf contribute by to ize f A fund There will be prizes for the top five teams closest to the pin and longest drive For more information call Becky Krueger at 6295338 or Patti Beach at 6205783 T Bar M Tennis Ranch Spring Championships The T Bar M Tennis Ranch Spring Championships are scheduled for May 17 and 18 Boys and girls under age 18 will to compete in singles play The T adult champi onships will be May 18 Adults will compete in doubles play For more information call Paul Demanski at 6290439 Schlitterbahn Three Parks Run is May 24 The Schlitterbahn Three Parks RunWalkMileKids Races and Auction benefiting Habitat for Humanity are set for 8 May 24 in downtown New Braunfels This years event features a new course onemile run 5K miles run and awards cer emony inside the Schlitterbahn Waterpark Race flyers are available at McKenna Memorial Hospital McKenna Rehabilitation Network Sams Cleaners HE B New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Schlitterbahn Resort office and radio Registration and packet pick up will begin May 17 at the Fleet Feet Running Store in Alamo Heights and McKenna Rehabilitation in New Braunfels Runners may also register by mail until May 16 For more information call Susan Phillips race director at 6095030 or send email to email@example.com Friday May 9 Track Class 4A State Championships at Austin Class 5A State Championships at Austin Saturday May 10 Track Class 4A Stale Championships at Austin Class 5A State Championships at Austin Sports Day Sonics shut down Hakeem Rockets Rockets 101 Kemp Perkins provide offensive punch for Seattle HOUSTON AP Sam Perkins took care of Hakeem Olajuwon and his Seattle SuperSonics teammates did the rest Shawn Kemp had 22 points and 15 rebounds and Perkins battled Olajuwon to a standoff as the Sonics held off the Houston Rockets for a 106101 victory and 11 tie in their Western Conference semifinal series Wednesday night We did more of everything Kemp said Whatever it took to win we did it Sam held his position He used his arms against Hakeem and was active and didnt let Hakeem catch the ball where he wanted Now the SuperSonics are going home for Game 3 on Friday night having accomplished their mission of getting at least one victory in The Summit Going 02 would have made it tough to come back We didnt want to be in that Kemp said Perkins who started only four games at cen ter during the regular season had 18 points hit all four of his free throws and was 4for9 from 3point range Olajuwon a perennial AllStar finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds We put pressure on them and tried to get good shots on every Perkins said The game was decided by our aggressiveness on Seattle coach George Karl decided to give Perkins a rare start Sam is just a guy that I believe Karl said Hes been a big part of our success against Houston He knows our halfcourt traps a little better and Hakeem doesnt like to chase him around the Hersey Hawkins had 21 points for the SuperSonics 17 in the first half when Seattle built a 6547 lead with a 318 charge in the final The Rockets made it interesting in the second half They scored nine straight points to cut NBA Playoffs Wednesdays Games New York 88 Miami 79 New York leads series 10 Seattle 106 Houston 101 Series tied 11 Tonights Games Atlanta at Chicago 7 TV TNT Chicago leads series 1 0 Utah at LA Lakers TV TNT Utah leads series 20 Seattles lead to 9088 with left The spurt featured a threepoint play by Olajuwon a 3 pointer by Clyde Drexler a tip by Olajuwon and a free throw by Mario Elie But Perkins who started only four games in the regular season then hit a 3pointer to put the Sonics up 9388 and they held on behind the scoring of Kemp and Detlef Schrempf Kemp scored seven points and Schrempf made four free throws down the stretch for Seattle which was 31of33 from the line We used the doubleteam a lot and we got Karl said This series is just begin ning Hopefully we can hold the serve this weekend Mentally I didnt think we were ready to play the first game In the second quarter tonight we started playing basketball and in the second half it became a mens Olajuwon said the game wasnt decided by his matchup with Perkins We play against Seattle we dont play against one Olajuwon said They just played much harder and tougher than we expect ed They wanted it more than Drexler led the Rockets with 25 points and eight assists Charles Barkley finished with 21 points including a pair of banked 3pointers in the final minute I think their backs were against the Drexler said They had to go for broke I think our defense was better and we executed our offense better in the second half I was disap pointed a little with our intensity level Id like to see us get back to the intensity we had in Game Former Bulgarian coach comes to Texas Photos submitted Ivan Grigorov a former Bulgarian National Gymnastics coach wants to move to the United States to build a program here He was in San Marcos recently to work with Tumbling Topps a local gymnastics club Above Grigorov gives some tips to Karl Slater who has been working out at Tumbling Topps for three years and competing for two years His favorite events are rings and floor exercise Slater is a fourthgrader at Seele Elementary School Danita Hayes left a second grader at Sts Peter and Paul School meets Grigorov as Tumbling Topps supporter Bear Bryant looks on Hayes has been at the gym for two years and enjoys the uneven bars Volleyball Yankees spoil Wettelands return to the Bronx NEW YORK John Wettelands return to Yankee Stadium didnt make Mariano Rivera uncomfortable at all Last year when Wetteland finished a game for the New York Yankees Rivera was in the dugout or the club house This time Wetteland was still in the bullpen waiting for Texas to give him a lead to protect If he was in a situation to get a save he wouldnt care if I was there or Rivera said after closing out New Yorks 52 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday night David Cone 42 left after six innings and Jeff Nelson struck out four in two innings of twohit relief Last year Rivera would have filled Nelsons role setting up Wetteland for the finish But after winning the World Series MVP award Wetteland became a free agent and signed a million fouryear contract with Texas Reynoso beats Astros for first time since 1994 HOUSTON Armando Reynoso was advised to increase his speed to change his luck against the Houston Astros Reynoso 20 defeated the Astros for the first time since May 15 1994 in the New York Mets 41 victory Wednesday night They had good success jumping on him in the New York manag er Bobby Valentine said Reynoso believed he went too easy on the Astros previously I threw too many changes and soft pitches against them in the Reynoso said Bobby told me to throw more Even a firstinning homer by Houstons Jeff Bagwell did not change the game plan for Reynoso 1 continued to try to work the fast balls in and out on Reynoso said Aggie pitcher our for the year with blood clot COLLEGE STATION A blood clot has sidelined Texas pitcher Ryan Rupe for the season the team announced Wednesday Texas University baseball coach Mark Johnson said the condi tion isnt life threatening and wont put Rupes career in jeopardy Theres the possibility of surgery in another week or Johnson said Two weeks ago Rupe noticed swelling and discoloration in his arm An MRI and dye test diagnosed the problem as a clot On Wednesday a catheter partially cleared the clot in the vein flowing into his right arm officials said Doctors will use blood thinners to try and clear the rest of the clot Johnson said Rupe was expected to stay in the hospital overnight Wednesday Steinbrenner faces possible suspension from baseball NEW YORK AP George Steinbrenner faces suspension from baseballs ruling executive council for suing the sport over the Yankees Adidas deal two baseball officials told The Associated Press on Wednesday In addition the council may start an investigation that could lead to the owners third suspension from control of his team McLain gets eight years for stealing from pension plan DETROIT AP Denny McLain the last pitcher to win 30 games in a season was sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay million Wednesday for steal ing from the pension plan of a com pany that went bankrupt Ashby signs threeyear contract extension SAN DIEGO AP Righthan der Andy Ashby agreed to a mil lion threeyear contract extension with the San Diego Padres Ashby is 22 with a ERA this season He was 1210 with a ERA in 1995 and 95 with a ERA last year Whalers clear another hurdle in move to Raleigh HARTFORD Conn AP The Hartford Whalers cleared a major hurdle in their move to North Carolina when a state agency agreed to let the NHL team pay a mil lion penalty to leave Connecticut a year early Eight members of the Connecticut Development Authority voted in favor of the exit agreement The Whalers must pay million by July 1 and the rest in annual installments by 2012 CenTex to sponsor challenge tournament From staff reports The CenTex Volleyball Club will sponsor an end of school Funfest for area students at 3 May 17 at the New Saengerhalle Gardens The Coed School Volleyball Challenge will begin at There is no entry fee but a gate admission will be required Prizes will be awarded and entries are expected from all area schools including Southwest Texas State Tickets are available from all GenTex pur chased for at the Food will be available a dance will take place from 8 to midnight and attendance prizes will be award ed every 30 minutes For preregistration and informa tion call Nina Walther at 6256114 Late registration will be accepted if space is available Adams McLane set to talk HOUSTON AP Houston Oilers owner Bud Adams and Astrodome manager Drayton McLane Jr were set to resume talks today about the remaining year of the Oilers lease and a canceled presea son game A nearly 12hour meeting Wednesday yielded no settlement between the groups No details of the talks which were mediated by a courtappointed arbi trator were released The mediation is still progress said Adams surrounded by attorneys and assistants Shortly afterward McLane also ambled out saying Im hopeful well find the right solution for Houston and the He added We have certainly made a lot of Adams who broke ground on a taxpayerfunded stadium in Nashville last weekend wants to get out of the final year of his contract with Astrodome USA so the Oilers can move to Tennessee as soon as possi ble McLane and Adams began closed door negotiations at 10 Wednesday in the chambers of District Judge Lynn N Hughes Talks ended about McLane has said he wouldnt let Adams out of the lease while the NFL owners lawsuit remained on the table Adams lawsuit blames McLanes Astrodome USA for more than million the Oilers lost because artifi cial turf problems forced the NFL to call off a 1995 exhibition game against the San Diego Chargers
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