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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports The City Junior’s Championship tees off at 9 a m. Friday.City Junior's title on the line Friday Approximately ?u young goiters will tee oil Friday morning in the an nual City Junior’s Championship at Landa Cark Ranging in ages from to to im. these golfers represent some of the best young talent in the area Landa Cark Pro Bill Halbert said this year's bat tie should be especially close "I think it will fie about four or five boys fighting it out tor the City Cham pionship I don t think anyone will run away with it. he said The players will be divided into tour age categories lo ll 12 Id. 14 15 and 16 arid-older Play begins at 9 a rn with the older age bracket The lo* and ll year olds will play six holes SF back in a first-place tie as Giants rip Astros, Scott and the 12- and l l-year olds will play nine holes The rest will play a com plete round of in While some ot the goiters have played in tournaments before some especially the younger ones will be making their debut in competitive golf For some of them, this will be their lirst time in a tournament They get real excited and just a little ner vous. but are real enthused Halbert said The younger goiters will have another chance to take part in a tour nament at Landa Park in September, when the course sponsors its Father Son Father Daughter tournament By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It took them two months, but the San Francisco C.aints finally made it back to first place and they did it the hard way First, they defeated nemesis Mike Scott of the Houston Astros B l Wednesday afternoon. Then they waited until the Los Angeles Dodgers downed the Reds before moving into a share of the division lead with Cm cinnati One week ago. the Giants returned from a 2-7 trip five games behind the Reds They proceeded to win six ot their next seven games to move into at least a tie for the lead for the first time since .lune lit While Scott, 12*9. va> battered tor 12 hits and eight runs in ti 2-3 innings Atlee Rainmaker BB and Don Robinson combined on a three hitter The Giants thereby took over the Na tional League pitching lead from the Astros with a 5 B4 team earned run average Offensively the Giants erupted tor six runs in the seventh inning to chase Scott, who entered the game with a 10-5 cai eel record against them Bob Brenly landed the telling blow his second career grand slam The Giants suggested their success was partially attributable to un doctored baseballs In the past Manager Roger Craig frequently ac cused Scott ot .scuffing the ballRangers 12, Brewers 3 Texas trounced the Brewers as Pete Incaviglia drove in three runs and Darrell Porter and Pete 0 Brien added two RHI apiece Porter had three hits including his fifth homer to pace the Rangers ib-hit attack They had two runs in the first and two in the third before scor mg six times in the sixth for .. loo lead American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Toronto 68 46 596 Detroit 65 46 586 P.* New York 66 49 574 OI ,, Milw ankee 59 54 522 81 Boston 53 60 469 14' Baltimore 51 63 447 IT Cleveland 43 TI 377 West Division W L Pct GB Minnesota 62 53 539 California 58 56 509 3* J Kansas City 57 56 504 4 (lakland 57 57 .IMI 4 Seattle 56 58 I'M 5' _> Texas 54 58 482 6 Chicago 45 67 402 15'. Wednesday s Games GB 41 18' GB Texas 12 Milwaukee Detroit 8 Chicago? Seattle 4. Oakland J Cleveland 8 Baltimore6 Toronto IO Boston 4 California 8 Minnesota 2 Kansas City 2. New York I Todav s Games California Witt UH at Minnesota Carlton ti lo Milwaukee Basto ? 4 at Baltimore Boddieket 7 i> Chicago Bannister 7 9 at Toronto Ntekro 7 11 Detroit Morns 12 6 al Kansas City Gubic/a 9 11 Paul Kilgus 2 4 went ti 2-B innings tor the victory He struck out s« u n and allowed nine hits including three by Milwaukee s Paul Molitor who extended his hitting streak to 2? games longest in the majors this seasonDodgers I, Reds 0 Tim Leary. ,t 7. and a pair of relievers teamed on a fiv e hitter and the Los \ngeles Dodgers l>eat the Reds 1-0 The Reds were swept in four game" rn San Francisco and have lost two of three in Los AngelesNational League Bv The Associated Press East Division    VV    L    Pct St Louis    89    44    till New York    Bo    49    STO Montreal    62    51    549    7 Philadelphia    58    55    51:1    ll Chicago    57    57    500    12 Pittsburgh    51    65    447 West Division    w    L    Pct Cincinnati    59    56    513 San Francisco    59    56    513 Houston    55    58    487    3 Los Angeles    51    62    451 Mlanta    50    63    442    8 San Diego    46    68    4o4    12 Wednesday s Games New York 4 Montreal 2 Philadelphia 11 Chicago 7 San Francisco 8 Houston I Pittsburgh ll St Louis0 Atlanta 2 San Diego I bis Angeles I Cincinnati 0 Today s Games New y ork Gooden 9 4 at Chicago Mason 4 I Cincinnati    Browning 5-9 at bis Angeles Mershiser 12 IO .Atlanta Palmer 6 9    ,(t    San    Diego Grant 2 8 Houston Ryan 4-11 at "san Francisco Krukow I 6 Pittsburgh Drabek 4 to al Montreal Smith 7 6 Philadelphia Carman 7 8 at st Louis I ’ox 8Indians 8, Orioles 6 Cleveland hit five Milo homers in eluding two each by Cory Snyder and Joe Carter to subdue BaltimoreMariners 4, Athletics 3 Ken Phelps hit his 18th home run and Mickey Brantley hit a two run inside the park homer leading Seat tie over OaklandBlue Jays IO, Red Sox 4 Every starter had at least one hit and the Blue Jays finished with 17 in a v ictory over Boston that kept them l'v games in front of Detroit in the American League EastRoyals 2, Yankees I Steve Balboni hit his 16th homer with two outs in the eighth inning, then Kansas City preserved its vie tory over New York when Wayne Tolleson was thrown out at home plate for the final out Angels 8, Twins 2 California snapped Minnesota s five game winning streak and seven game home winning streak as Kirk McCasktll pitched a four hitter for 7 1-3 innings for his first victory since April 15 Tigers 8, White Sox 7 Detroit, which rallied from a 5-0 deficit, stayed closed to Toronto as Matt Nokes singled home the game winning run in the top of the ninth in ntngPirates 11, Cardinals 0 Pittsburgh s Boh Walk pitched a four hitter and gave St Louis its first shutout of the season in 113 games The Cardinals had tx*«*n the univ team in the majors not to !*■ "hut outMets 4, Expos 2 Ron Darling won his fifth Mr.tight decision and New York scot* d two runs in the fourth inning on a pair ot Montreal misplaysPhillies 13, Cubs 7 Juan Samuel s grand slam broke a 7-7 tie in the .seventh inning and "ent Philadelphia on er Chn agoBraves 2, Padres I Zane Smith pitchy a '-tx hitter and Gerald Perry hit a -Milo home run as Atlanta won in san Diego and ended the Padres "even game winning streak U.S. volleyball team upset; basketball team romps INDIANAPOLIS AP On the softball an-baseball fields and the basketball courts I s teams romped at the Pan American (James On the volleyball court it was another story Wednesday as Brazil stunned the defending w< He and Olympic champion American squad J deal mg the I s its first team loss of any kind at th* games "Bra/ii just I teat us Is volleyball Coach Marc Dunphy said We were troth tired and it wa-an emotional match that could have gone either way ” The I s teams cruised to big v ictm-ies in men > and women s basketball men s and women’s soft trail and baseball In basketball the I' S women opened play with a im 41 rout ot Peru and the men topping Mexico They i the hr**** The t s women eager to ge’ ult to a good start ripped Peru with Teresa Edwards of Georgia Alisa Scott of Mississippi Clarissa Davis of and Cynthia Cooper oi southern Cal storing 14 points each Die men s team is ((t atter the win over Mexico Rex Chapman ol Kentucky scored 18 points leading five players in double figures for the I s team which trailed 26 24 in the first half In taxing the Cubans got their 2 * | won tour extra golds when two of their in all three disciplines in *•*• kilogram* clean and jerk at 67 5 kilograms Tony Calandre of Baton Rouge 1„ bronze medals in the middle h Mon In track Judl Brown King **m.i meet records in th** worn* n termediate hurdle*' with a *4 record of >4 ta sh* sot at Rome in 1HK* At the end ot Mednesdav * i •*:u|** tit mf Americans had won I AH medals including *>4 gold and 4H silvers Cuba was second wilt. iv; meda*- a vy weigh .it! Oilers host Kansas City tonight HOI STON AP Kansas City. which is trying to improve its running game, and Houston trying to become more effective at passing battle tonight in an NFL exhibition game in the Astrodome Kickoff is at 7 p rn COT In tonight s other pre season game the Los Angeles Rams will host Seattle Despite last week s 20-7 loss to San Francisco, the Chiefs gained 142 yards on 27 carries against the 49ers tor a 5.3 per-carry average The Chiefs averaged 3.4 yards per carry last season Chiefs Coach Frank Gansz has been pleased w ith his young running backs, including first- and second-round picks Paul Palmer and Christian Okoye and James Evans and Michael Clemens Clemens. 5-5. 166. returned four punts 83 yards against the 49ers "To see the fine efforts of those young running backs I m very encouraged.'’ Gansz said The Oilers have placed heavy emphasis on pass blocking during training camp under the tutelage of new coach Kim Helton Houston has three first -round draft choices on the starting line but Helton says he s more interested in results I’m not a guy that likes to see people walk to the line and walk back and say how great we are Helton said How great we are is determined by the way we w in ” It's the exhibition opener for the < biers 5 11 last season Houston s offensive line has struggled despite heavy investment in first round draft choices Jay Penmson who has replaced Jim Romano as the starting center is the only offensive line starter wno hasn t required surgery since last season Romano and reserve Jim Kelley walked out of camp in the first week of drills but have returned Starting tackle Bruce Matthews is a contract holdout The Oilers closed last season with four straight home victories and an expanded passing attack Houston w ill have one of its two first round draft picks in uniform for the opener Miami running back Alonzo Highsmith. the third player chosen in the draft, remains unsigned, but wide receiver Haywood leffires will play his first pro game Former Oilers running back Farl Campbell w ill l>** honored in halftime ceremonies w hen his No 4 jersey will tie retiredCowboys, Noonan break off talks THOI SAN I) OAKS ( 'alii AP Negotiations have Mulled again between th** Dallas Cowboys and their No I draft choice Nebraska s Danny Noonan and each side is blaming the other for th** stalemate Noonan s agents said a meeting scheduled tor today in Kansas City has been canceled because Cowboy s v ice president Gil Brandt flew to Lin coin Net) to see Noonan on Tuesday Jo** Bailey another Cowboys vice president said he canceled his flight to Kansas City when Noonan s agents made an unacceptable financial stipulation Bailey wa" to have met with agent Tom Condon With Noonan's holdout reaching the 24th day Bailey said Tuesday no settlement is in sight Noonan wants a four year contract worth about $1 75 million w tul*1 the ( ow txn s ar** offering about $300.OOO |**S"Sports World Nicklaus advances after 'best round of the year' CASTLE ROCK Colo (AP He stands a feeble 106th on the money list but the Golden Bear was starting to make ominous noises along the tree-lined fairways he designed at Castle Pines Golf Club Jack Nicklaus emerged from a season of hibernation to shoot "probably my best round of the year” Wednesday and advance through first round play in the international golf tournament Nicklaus had 12 points under the modified Stableford scoring system being used in this unique event Under the format, an eagle Is worth five points, a birdie two points par zero bogey minus-1 and double bogey or worse minus-three I haven't had many good rounds this year Nicklaus said ' It s nice to have one I don t know if it was my best round score w ise but it w as the way I played I played confidently ” It was his best score w ise too a 5 under par 67 He ran off five birdies on the back nine and easily made it to Friday’s second round Half of the field of 162 teed off Wednesday, and the other half was scheduled to start play today The top 39 players from both days will move on to Friday Also advancing to the second round were Greg Norman, Tom Watson, Craig Stadler, Peter Jacobsen, defending champion Ken (ireen and U S Open champion Scott Simpson Norman, facing elimination, birdied five of his last six holes and finished with seven points Chip Beck led Wednesday’s players with 13 points on a medal score of 66 He won SUMM) in day money ” TCU's Jeffery quiet about Atlanta agent FORT WORTH 'AP) Texas Christian University running back Tony Jeffery won t comment on what was discussed when he met with university officials to discuss his possible ties to an Atlanta based sports agent Tm not talking about this,” Jet fery told reporters Wednesday after he met with the TCI' officials headed by vice-chancellor William Koehler and assistant coach Bob DeBesse Jeffery, the second leading rusher in lthe Southwest Conference last year was questioned about trips to Atlanta, the Atlanta Journal reported He was also questioned about any business dealings he might have with Gary Wilson, who works tor sports agent promoter Jim Abernethy, the newspaper reported The school will continue to in vestigate the matter and no state merit is forthcoming ” said TCI Sports Information Director Glenn Stone Coach Jim Wacker told the newspaper Jeffery had denied any in volvement with Abernethy during questioning last month but The Journal said when Wacker was told Wilson works for Abernethy, he said, "Gary Wilson works for Abernethy? Oh, no.” Jeffery will be questioned about who paid for the trips to Atlanta. Wacker said If Abernethy or Wilson paid for any of the bills. Wacker said Jeffery would In* suspended pending a review of his eligibilityBriefly_Canyon Youth Soccer registers Saturday Canyon A outh Soccer players max register from 9 a rn until I p m at the Canyon Middle School on satur day First year players will need to hr mg proof of ag* birth certificate Tor more information call Wanda Lassiter at 629 3490Open horseshoe event at SBVFD Bazaar An open horseshoe tournament is scheduled for Sunday at the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department Bazaar l h* event is tieing co sponsored bv the New Braunfels Huleisen Verein Horseshoe Club Texas Ten Shoe competition i**gms at 2 p rn for $i per person A double elimination "doubles’ tournament starts at I p rn The entry ft*** is $3> per team The Bazaar, located at th** inScoreboard _i--On the air thursday i p rn Baseball Houston at Nan Frail cisco. KURT lpm    Ha Schall Atlanta at San Diego VA TBS (pm    Baseball    New    york Met* at Chicago Cub* WUN lpm Golf The RGA Internatlnal, se cond round KS FN » pm Auto racing I NAG Sprint* from Hinsdale III KSPN friday I p rn    Golf The    RGA    International third round ESPN 3pm    Baseball    New    York Met* at Chicago Cubs. WGN I p rn    Golf RGA Seniors Goldru»h first round    ESPN " 35 p m Baseball Atlanta at Houston, VV TBS tersecturn of I s Highway 281 \ ami TM 111 ta-gins at miun and leatuf**" bart req ue plates t****T soft drink" ami entertainment including a ft**** dam ** that night Tor more information contact Scott Schumann at 625-2982 or Dar rell Moeller at HK:* 761HOfficiating class available to youths The* New Braunfels Darks amt Recreation Department along with c P Campos and Jesse Garcia will offer the a soccer officiating clink for youths ages 6 12 on Aug 17 21 The session costs Ilf> per child and will mn (rom lo a rn until noon Mon day through Friday Th** goal of lh** class is to teach young people the awareness of good fundamental play and fundamental officiating There will U* some classroom instruction For more information contact Charlie Sandberg at 625 *bihLocal sports friday '* a m Golf Now Braunfels Junior* Land* ParkTransactions By Th* A hoc i*lt! (I Prest BASEBALL Am**lean Lt*gu« BOSTON KKD SOX Announced Uiat Dennis OII Can Boyd pill lier will miss the rest of the season bet aux** of a torn ligament in hi* right shoulder Activated Al Nipper pitcher from the 15 day dUabl ed list Sent Hot) Woodward pitcher lo Pawtucket of die International league DETROIT TIGERS Acquired Doyle Alexander pitcher from the Atlanta Brave* for John Smoltz pitcher BASKCTBALL National Basketball Association INDIANA PACERS Announced the retirement of C lark Kellogg forw ard ;