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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports page 8 Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Tuesday. August 4 1987 Gutierrez, Tuseth defend titles Sixth straight for Women's champ; fifth in IO years for Men's A supreme case of deja en kit ipped the Lamia Park (Jolt Course during the final round of both the Men s and Women s City Championships on Sundae The familiar names of Fernando (Jutterre/ and Rose Inseth were at the top of the leader hoard again this year as both players safely defended their City titles Cut terre/ fired a To to break a three ua\ tie for the lead going into the thud round, while Tuseth shot a Ta to gi\e her a two day total ot IJT with her handicap ot 12 Tuseth began the day in second place Gutierrez started the day in a three way tie tot the lead with Jon Kike! atte! Kuben Cedilla F'kel the leader after two rounds captured second place with a score of 292. three shots behind Gutierrez reddle took thud with a "M aliet a fourth round Ta Leonard I nch's round of 74 on Sun day left him in fourth place at 35 Russell Vollbrecht. who began ttie day two shots off the lead, finished fifth with a TH 39 tor the tout na tnent For Gullet re/, his round of 2H9 meant his second straight mens crown and his fifth since FCH Tuseth captured her sixth consecutive Women s title susan Swenson finished second to Tuseth with a gross score of IHA The low net winner was t'hristy Wernert whose gross score of IT! was knocked down to I U with her to handicap Rose Tuseth Jeanette I filly was second at LU In the men s T it st I-light Dick Cloud defeated \ A Brown in match play tor the title Doug Millet bested Steve Planter in the Second Flight I trials and Bob Magnuson topped City Championship MEN F mal Round Results Championship Flight 2nd Consolation Steve Palmer del J Don Sullivan 3rd Consolation Baryes Neuse del Bill \dkins Fernando (Iutierre/ 70-77-72-70 289 Jon Eikel 73 W? 78-71? 292 Ruben Cedtllo To 7;?-76-75 294 Leonard Tuch 74 77 TO 74 295 Russell \ ollbrecht TA 75 7.V 78 299 Carl Holden 73-77-71 79 3(H) K Taylor 77 76 74 73 .{(HI Warren Hurst 75 74-73 TO 301 Ray Box 76 76*71 78 301 Dennis Rader!! Ho 79-75-75 309 Hid Holtman 77 76-85-75 313 Ronnie Sch**el 83 76 81 74 114 Richard Hansen 77 78 Ho 81 316 Dale Ben ken 79 72 83 77 ?21 Marcus Tonish 87 96 95 86 ?64 Lame Duck Player 1 M Kiolbassa 2 I) Rosales I ti hennt‘d\ I ll May Crippled Goose 1 U Kills, ti;? 2 B DiKonzo tie 2 J Owens HK Mndcp It! IO 15 IO Net IIH 145 140 14*i \ NI Brown    72    77    K    WI) 1st Fliqht Pick Cloud del M Micks 2nd F hqht Pong Millet del scott Crating 3rd Fliqht Bolt Magnuson dot Rodney Hansen 1st Consolation \ \ Brown del R.iv Strickland WOMEN Player Gross Hnd Net Rose Tuseth 76 75 12 127 Christy Wernert IHI HO 40 Lit Jeanette Dilly 95 90 26 133 Sharon Swenson 81 83 13 138 Madalin billot -*(. 93 25 139 Virgie \ an Kloof 98-96 .j- 140 Ma Fox 93 97 23 144 Peggy Hopkins ll H> 1(18 14 146 Tina ilamel 108 98 29 HH Linda Ponce 111 U>2 H* 155 Ten Tay lor 121 103 4 iv. Harvey Neuse in ’.tie Third Flight *. hampionship Mike Kiolbasso won the Lame Duck bracket with it two day score of 139 Busty Kills was the champion in the Crippled (exist' Flight with a one day score of ti.? The Juniors I it> Championship will fiegin at 9 a rn on Aug 14 The tournament is open to all boys and girls ages pi p? who are residents of Comal County Sign up at the pro shop by noon on Mig I In the Lamia Ladies Golf \ssocia Hon s Two Best Ball tournament on Wednesday the team ot Mary Mabry F.dna Guttery Christy Wernert and Tina Hamel took ITM place w itll a 119 lit second place with it 121 wa" the team of Bose Tuseth Jean Kelly Alice Chambles and Alice Simpson Birdies were made by Guttery Kelly Tuseth and Sy Iv la Hallgten The* monthly F.lks tournament begins at 9 a rn Mig 11 Ruben CeGdio challenged Fernanch the touman en! v is! ng in behind the cader Photo by Dery C Gu’ erre; throughout arkBass' second home run KO's the Giants By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOLSTON Bight tieldei Kevil Bass delivered a message to the Na ttonal League s top two learns when he belted two home runs tot t series opener victory over the San Francieo Giants don t count the Houston Astros out Other hall clubs don't consider u> a threat anymore We v*- done everything we can to win and it basil ' been working Now maybe we're relaxed and things will start to happen Baw said aftei the Wros > J victory in the Monday opener ot a three game series Bass underscored tits messag* with a two out two run hornet to led field in th* bottom of the Lith inning that sealed the \stros win and moved Houston within one halt game of tho second place Giants The victory also put the Astros only games behind the National league leading Finn cinati Beds Switch hitting Bass victimized roilier Joe Brice I 2 with ti s light hannded homer tits 12th ot th** season In th«* fourth inning his int handed home run was oft (Hants "tarter Mark Krukow Nolan Ryan started the game for Houston and racked up 12 stsik*‘outs while giving up a hornet to Win Clark Juan \gosto I o won his fn -a major league game Red Sox 11, Ranqer s 2 Rookies Sam Horn and lohn Mat /ano humored and Bruce Hurst pit cited ii three hitter as Boston beat I ex its The homer was til** first tnt <>i Ma iv ano " major league career and came in his third game sine* being called up from Class XAA Pawtucket Horn added a double and two singles to fit" homer and also sooted three runs Hurst J2 *i pitched tits 12th coni plete game walking three and sti:k mg out eight Indians 2, Yankees 0 t riknu* klieg cost him a no flitter against New York, but (Tex eland won as Tom ( andiotti settled for a one flitter Cand lot ti a right handed knuckleball pitcher gave nj) just a adt line single to Moo* Fasler leading off the eighth inning of his third complete game and second shutout of the season “It was a 3-2 count, and I didn t want to throw (tie knuckleball iii that situation ( andiotti said I threw him an inside fastball and he just got enough otit Twins ll, Anqels 3 Gat s Gaetn tnt a three run homer Score boa I’d On the air TUESDAY *» ut p m Base Pittsburgh WBS *, ?5 j) ii.    Bd? Atlanta WI bs 8 p rn Boxing tit* ago < ut* American League 8 . The Ash East Dty stt New york Toronto I Vet roil Milw .tike* st Di .day s Gary vnnnes*M4 ji seaitle i i '.ii Olla . s Game * tnt n eros > . New \ ork Minnesota * anion .VK at < Sutton 7** n National Leaque By T he Assoc lated Pt ess EastD'ytsion    <N    L    Pct "I I .mil"    ha    fi*    •■'J'- N»*w y oi k    59    I*.    a 7 Montreal    -8    it    v I Imago    ‘4    *1    a14 Philadelphia    • I    al    >U> GB Milwaukee Nieves To n Boston Woodward *m* .»t fexus Bar Ti" 4 « n .md drove in bv*- runs a \linne*4»ta scored seven times in til** last two in lungs to boot ( aldol ma despite the ♦ •lection *d pitch**! Joe Nlekio tot allegedly ‘lot tot big baseballs lh* was thrown out ot the gam** iii the tom til inning aliet umpires found an emery board and small pie* ** ot sandpaper rn his back pm ket Royals 4, T iqet s 2 Kansas (Tty hit three homers oft Jack Morris including Danny Tar tubules Pith inning two run "tint to beat the Tigers Moi t is now has given up ii league leading 3 homers till" y ear Blup Jays 14, White Sox 5 l ot onto s< cu ed h* runs it the sixth inning and Kelly Grubet drove in four runs in the Bluejays romp over Chicago Mariner s 4, Athletics 3 Jim 1’i‘ sley s thr<*e run homei in tti** lust inning carried the Seattle Manners over Oakland, despite a ninth inning run by the Athletics off relies et Mike Trujilo Pit ates 6, Cubs 4 Doug Drabek pitched four tut Dali over eight plus innings tor only his second victory since April 19 and Hobby Bonilla hit a three run homer as host Pittsburgh ended a seven gam** losing st i eak Mji k W Ills iii i* heavy weight bout FNBN WF DNF SDA Y *i (*) p in Baseball Chicago ( uhs at Pittsburgh VV* % I if* pm H «• ab sun Diego al Atlanta W SB" hp i Bowi ng PBA Great**! Buffalo open T STS /Vest Division * IIM mn.iii s,m h i ani isc** Houston Lox Xngeies Mlanta Pct 44. GB -Vonda* s Games Los Angeles 7 Cincinnati. st I oui" - Montreal 2 New yolk . Philadelphia Pittsburgh* chicago4 Houston ’> San Kranctftco I I oda. s Games lo" Angeles I .ears J * .it Ho(huan7*> n st tonus Mathews 7 8 at Heaton 12 4 is Philadelphia Rut tin **    at * I’loden H n Chicago sander"* >n I* at Pitt"t>utg( Dunne* 4 n sail Diego sill a 12 at Atlanta Pule* nnitigs in* i y orl sun k ram is* *) lx»wn? Knepper 4 12 n at Houston Drabek .; lo dtdn t allow a hit until By ne sandberg singl»*«i to right iieltl a itll two outs in the sixth inning Giants 7, Dodqers 2 Mikt* Marshall flit Ins fifth carpet grand slam and drove in live runs Monday night It* support <»rel Her shiser s six tut pitching and giv»* Los Angeles a very important victory over Cincinnati Marshall singled home a run in the first inning and tut a grand slam into the second deck in center field in the (turd off Ted Power H* who had wet hi" seven previous decisions against the I >iRigors Cardinals 5, Expos 2 Tony Pena and Jim Lindeman t ' two run homers and st Louis defeated ties' Montreal for it" tout It consecutive victory Pena has I * areer homers .it * fly mph stadium The loss was the third straight lur Die Montreal and lett the T xp<>" in third plait* seven games behind the tit st plat el ordinals rn tit* NL Fast Mets 3, Phillies 2 Keith Hernandez humored uithlw<> oui in th*- I Itll inning od reliever Kent I ekulve to lift New A ork eve: Philadelphia Indore »*• 3. at sp* Stadium Hernandez flit his I Rh homer ot Duse.isms td extend his flitting streak to 12 games rho game winning homer oft lekuive 7 4 just cleared tti** right beld wall PIZZAS MTH'SMU TOpp nqs    • AND    AuQvi*    t.d.    dt    «    y    d Ope*0°^^o;7^^*nv mc Gab. s The best pizza in town. WALNUT SQUARE    625-7707 Sport sWorld Most coaches like three point shots DALLAS AP Puree coaches is an lulu at -ic rn*'"’ its • Rivet "Wish It would g* - a w av In a survey of ley hasketba coat bes at this summer s I **xav Ha. School I oat ties   I * oat hit school IC T ort Worth 77 petcet sai<l tf»«*v favor implementation i th*- 19 j<iot * mb t f it et* |h i ' * fie goal which will ti* us,-,! this yea? high schist game" t wenty on. * Ives perteti Opposed th.- lh!*, porn- g.'a a! eight ) oat ta ; er et ’ "a t Da wet *- un*!**' sd. d I "*• of the three point shot t»*gi al the * olleg* «-.* las! season af D hu»h schi m ll • *\»- V t *" ttvti* itv #** * rn (fen    *    *    v    *    *'    **    ‘HT11    * March by the National I etferation High MtHkoi At ti let s.    Asso* .attoi and adopteij in Jut)*- f>y the Texa" I terse bmus’ a I • ago. 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