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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 1, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B HBRALDZBITUNO Thursday June From 1B Belfourt chaotic play in net I think we learned that when Ed Belfour is average or below aver age we are not a very good Hitchcock said Weve made mis takes before in games and he always saved our bacon For the first time maybe he did not do those things But he will be back on And guess who wont be on medication Thursday night Ive been told to get off Belfour said It throws your balance off and your It also clearly upset the Stars steadyasyougo approach one that carried them through seven rounds of the playoffs the last two seasons The difference is for the first time since 1995 they dont have home ice advantage thanks to the Devils 103102 edge in regu larseason points The Stars have a history of com ing back from Game 1 losses hav ing done so against Colorado in the last two Western finals and in the Stanley Cup finals against Buffalo last year They lost to the Sabres 3 2 in overtime in Game 1 then ral lied to win four of the next five This is a little different this is on the Hitchcock said We know the pressure is on us We know weve got to win When you dont have home ice you know you need to win on the road and if it goes too long you run out of games When you lose at home youve got a cushion When you lose on the road mere is no cush Lose today and the Stars under stand they might never regain their edge against the Devils Warming up Photo submitted Second baseman Alyssa Tieman plays warmup catcher for Tornados pitcher Amy Moseley during a recent game The Tornados coached by John Tieman and David Kopp are one of seven teams in the New Braunfels Girls Softball Association 10andunder league Rockets Authority close to arena deal HOUSTON AP The chair man of the Harris County Houston Sports Authority said Wednesday it is only a matter of time before the authority and the Houston Rockets reach an agree ment for a downtown arena for pro basketball and hockey The deal is 7580 percent done SCOREBOARD chairman Billy Burge said Any agreement reached between the authority and the Rockets would have to be approved by voters in a November referendum Voters turned down a proposal for a million arena proposal by a 55 percent margin last November BASEBALL By The Associated Press All Times CDT East Division W L Pet GB Atlanta 35 16 686 New York 29 23 558 Montreal 25 23 521 Florida 24 29 453 12 Philadelphia 18 32 360 Central Division W L Pet GB St Louis 30 21 588 Cincinnati 28 22 560 1 Pittsburgh 22 28 440 Milwaukee 22 30 423 Chicago 20 33 377 11 Houston 19 32 373 11 West Division W L Pet GB Arizona 32 19 627 Los Angeles 27 22 551 4 Colorado 27 22 551 4 San Francisco24 25 490 7 San Diego 23 28 451 9 Tuesdays Games Pittsburgh 3 Florida 2 10 Innings Cincinnati 4 Montreal 2 Atlanta 5 Chicago Cubs 2 Colorado 10 Houston St Louis 6 Arizona 1 San Francisco 7 Philadelphia 3 San Diego 6 Milwaukee 3 Mets 10 Los Angeles 5 Wednesdays Games Late Games Not Included Atlanta at Chicago Cubs rain Florida at Pittsburgh n Montreal at Cincinnati n Houston at Colorado n St Louis at Arizona n Mets at Los Angeles n Milwaukee at San Diego n Philadelphia at San Francisco n Thursdays Games Atlanta Qlavlne 71 at Chicago Cubs Tapani Montreal Vazquez 51 at Cincinnati Vlllone St Louis Benes 42 at Arizona Reynoso Only games scheduled Fridays Games Detroit at Chicago Cubs Baltimore at Montreal Toronto at Florida Kansas City at Pittsburgh Tampa Bay at Mets Boston at Philadelphia Minnesota at Cincinnati Yankees at Atlanta Colorado at Milwaukee Chicago White Sox at Houston Cleveland at 8t Louis Arizona at Texas San Francisco at Oakland Los Angeles at Anaheim San Diego at Seattle American iMgiM AtAOjanoe By Trw AMMMMI Praaa AH Times IDT iMtOMaton w i POL OB Boston 29 18 817 New York a 20 883 Toronto 27 88 609 6 Baltimore 23 88 488 7 TsmpaBsy 18 34 980 West Division W L Pet GB Seattle 26 23 531 Anaheim 27 25 519 Texas 26 25 510 1 Oakland 26 26 500 1 Mondays Games Yankees 4 Oakland 1 Anaheim 3 Cleveland 2 10 Innings Baltimore 5 Tampa Bay 1 Texas 3 Detroit 2 Seattle 5 Chicago White Sox 4 Tuesdays Games Cleveland 6 Anaheim 1 Boston 8 Kansas City 2 Baltimore 8 Tampa Bay 7 Detroit 7 Texas 4 Minnesota 4 Toronto 1 Oakland 7 Yankees 4 Chicago White Sox 2 Seattle 1 Wednesdays Games Chicago White Sox Eldred 52 at Seattle Sele Texas Oliver 13 at Detroit Mllcki Anaheim Etherton 00 at Cleveland Rnley Minnesota Radke 35 at Toronto Wells Oakland Heredia 63 at Yankees Cone Kansas City Suzuki 10 at Boston Schourek Baltimore Mussina 26 at Tampa Bay Thursdays Games Minnesota at Toronto Kansas City at Boston Baltimore at Tampa Bay Texas High School Baseball Rankings By The Associated Press Class 5A Moody 3321 2 Duncanvllle 305 3 The Woodlands 245 4 Sugarland Clements 285 5 South San Antonio 248 6 Sugarland Elkins 268 7 Lufkln 289 8 Abilene Cooper 2314 9 Laredo Nixon 314 10 Klein Oak 31 7 Class 4A 2 Weatherford 304 3 Port Neches Groves 267 4 FW Arlington Heights 269 5 6 Meequlte Poteet 239 7 Alice 2211 8 El Paso Riverside 2471 9 Coppell 323 10 Dripping Springs 877 Class 3A 1 Forney 884 8 Yoakum 864 4 Robinson 896 6 China Spring 7 Pleasant Q rove 2 16 Class 1A 1 Blue Ridge 203 2 Cross Plains 244 3 Evadale 214 4 5 Claude 215 7 Savoy 194 8 Latexo nr 9 Mt Enterprise 192 10 Shamrock 182 WNBA W L W 98 GhtoMQ W M7 Oiviind M 448 KMWMCKy 81 MO MkVMrtA 24 88 408 18 JW 1141 By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet GB Washington 1 0 Charlotte 0 0 000 Cleveland 0 0 000 Detroit 0 0 000 Indiana 0 0 000 Miami 0 0 000 New York 0 1 000 1 Orlando 0 1 000 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet GB Houston 1 0 Los Angeles 0 0 000 Minnesota 0 0 000 Phoenix 00 000 Portland 0 0 000 Sacramento 0 0 000 Seattle 0 0 000 Utah 0 0 000 Wednesdays Games Late Games Not Included Washington 92 Orlando 66 Cleveland at Minnesota n New York at Phoenix n Seattle at Sacramento n Houston at Portland o Utah at Los Angeles n TRANSACTIONS By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBSActivated 1B Mark Grace from the 15day disabled list Placed INP Jose Nleves on the 15day disabled list Optioned RHP Ruben Quevado to Iowa of the PCL Purchased the contract of 88 Augle Ojeda from Iowa FOOTBALL CAROLINA Mark Konoz director of pro scouting Tony SoWl director of college scouting Tod Plumb pro scout Max fyWCartney and Jay Mondock cdlem scouts and Kenny Rooerson and Ryan Cowden scouting assistants SEATTLE SEAHAWKSSlgned IB Matt Beck HOCKEY CAROLINA HURRICANESAgreed to oortrtot Traded P Paul Ranhslm to the Philadelphia Flyers for a 8002 eighth round entry draft plok COLUMBUS BLUB F Bliht BiHiftulllt DALLAS 8TARR8lflned RW Tyler EDMONTON Csj Njrtola ehfJrmifl ol tht bosrd of direo yejroontfaflt SPORTS BRIEFS Discus thrower breaks record DURHAM Auburn discus thrower Gabor Mate continually watches films of 1976 Olympic champion Mac Wilkins On Wednesday Mate won a gold medal for the second straight year at the NCAA Track and Field Championships at Dukes Wallace Wade Stadium To cap his performance the sophomore from Hungary smashed Wilkins 18yearold sta dium record with a toss of 215 feet 8 inches on his final throw Wilkins had set the mark of 2126 in 1982 Grieving Van Roost triumphs at French PARIS AP Davenport wincing from pain and moving stiffly from back spasms was eliminated at the French Open Wednesday with a first round loss to a grieving Dominique Van Roost Van Roost mourning the death of her mother outlasted the sec ondseeded Davenport 67 6 The match was Davenports first since a back injury forced her to withdraw from a tournament at Rome two weeks ago Richard inspires applause at funeral MONTREAL AP Even in death Maurice Richard 78 inspired outbursts of admiring applause from the thousands who came Wednesday to say goodbye at an emotional funeral service The funeral for Richard who died Saturday at 78 after a long battle with abdominal cancer and Parkinsons disease attracted a whos who of hockey and politics rarely seen together in one setting Prime ministers Quebec pre miers past and present as well as hockey stars from at least seven decades were among those who paid tribute to the man whose on ice exploits thrilled all of Canada from 1942 until 1960 Penn State baseball coach ill STATE COLLEGE Pa AP Penn State baseball coach Joe Hindelang will miss a super regional championship series in Texas this weekend after suffering a mild heart attack early Wednesday Joe Hindelang 54 was in stable condition after being transferred to the Hershey Medical Center sports information director Jeff Nelson said Assistant coach Randy Ford will fill in for Hindelang in the bestofthree series against Texas that begins Friday night The win ner goes to the College World Series in Omaha Neb MAJOR LEAGUE BRIEFS White Sox 4 Mariners 3 SEATTLE AP Herbert Perry hit a tiebreaking double in the ninth inning Wednesday lead ing the Chicago White Sox over the Seattle Mariners 43 Carlos Lee reached second with one put in the ninth when third baseman John Mabry allowed the ball to go under his glove for a twobase error Perry followed with a ground rule double to right off Kazuhiro Sazaki Pirates 5 Marlins 2 PITTSBURGH AP Wil Cordero and Jason Kendall homered as the Pittsburgh Pirates completed a threegame sweep of the Florida Marlins with a 52 victory Wednesday night Francisco Cordova 34 pitched 6 23 innings allowed two runs 10 hits struck out five and walked one Mike Williams got the last out for his eighth save Both of Pittsburghs homers came off Florida starter Jesus Sanchez Blue Jays 4 Twins 2 TORONTO AP David Wells got his 150th career win matching his season high with 10 strikeouts as the Toronto Blue Jays stopped the Minnesota Twins fourgame winning streak 42 Wednesday night Wells 92 allowed eight hits in eightplus innings and walked none Cristian Guzmans twoout homer in the eighth drove in Minnesotas first run TIRE CO INC MflOOMMVimBHAMTY METRIC FISH moinoni HADIALI P22V75R15 7000 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