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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports ruesday December8 t9L'    Herald-Zedung    New    Braunfels    Texas    page SV, Canyon boys open district pla y Th* District :? 4 4 *. >> ”a.r benin* tonight * * 1 'rani' enter ’ 'n*- r th if I district action Smithton V aile* * and bO'i team both fx*gtn t home while New Hraurf« piav a district gar e ant i t t ans on hoM> U* ar .»n * Tri*' I otigarx * tame r.*i district <«efsrt w lf a * r« » A a it?, a * • ;*, .1 New Bra intr * -.per d ntru I ; .av af. and Wiil instead ?<*»'»•' . ml p HI I Fir fan c ■ 4 re*«»Td ate ■»■» . UMM* ..VS to the Ma! h retie r me alii entertain K , a ,il tm- a * tx .ut a1 I ,a" I A state set*! ie at tfir AsSTTkhme D rn "aturdas mad while the t rn. "! mm dot rti * game at V M Miami hangs on to beat Jets; contest costly for both teams MIAMI AP    The Miami Dolphins are puzzled and the Ness York Jets are riddled The Dolphins continued their up and down season Monday night with a IT 28 victory os cr the Jets Ness York hampered by injuries ail year lost starting linebacker Lance Mehl an«1 cornerback Russell ( arter for the rest of the season 4 week after loping 27-0 at Buffalo Miami built a 27-0 halftime lead and withstood a second-half New York comeback The performance left the Dolphins shaking their heads about their inconsistence It - t**en a weird season rookie running back Troy Stradford said after rushing times for I2u yards and three touchdowns It > hard to heliese we got 'hut out last week ss Buffalo But w»* lido I sulk about it and *e didn t grow apart AAe stayed together and w or kist hard Both Miami and New A ork are hi and one game behind \Ft East fianapolis with three games NFL By The Assoc.aO*<3 Press leader ITX to play ’At* re AMERICAN CONFERENCE East w L T Pct PF Indianapolis 583 2S3 Buffalo 6 6 0 50b 229 Miami 6 6 0 SOO JOI N A Jets 6 6 (J SOO 280 New England 7 417 241 Central Cleveland 583 ki9 Houston 583 2tk Pittsburgh 583 236 Cincinnati 4 8 220 West Denver 1 TW, 314 'ar. Diego 4 667 230 '♦•attic 58t! 289 I A Raider' 417 K.tns..' Cttv o 167 199 NATIONAL CONF ERF NCE East W L T Pct PF \ Washing*.'I 75*? 7 Dallas 417 270 Philadelphia 417 272 SI I JMIt v 417 288 n A Clams 4 216 C entr a 1» season separat od a shoulder PA ISR 272 2»* 260 25* 185 292' 24< Minnesota 7 5 0 583 285 278 Green Rav 4 I 375 205 237 Tampa Bav 4 8 0 333 256 285 I>etroit 2 IO 167 205 144 west y San Fran cisco IO 2 0 833 rjc 24h s New Orleans 9 3 0 Tau 124 225 L A Rams 5 i 0 417 263 284 Atlanta 3 9 0 250 185 338 TW PA 287 318 it hi 268 x-clinched division title v-clinched playoff berth Monda ii Game Miami 37 New york Jets 28 Sunday Dec 13 Buffalo at Indianapolis < mcmnati at Cleveland lianas at w ashington Houston at New Orleans Miami at Philadelphia Minnesota at (.reen Bas n A Jets a? New England L A Haiders a! Kansas City N ’I ciiants at St Louis Pittsburg at San Diego Detroit at Tampa Bas Atlanta at LA Rams flenser at Seattle Monda. Dec 14 « hicago at san Francis, o un .tan Mi in the playoff hunt * VA alton said I! wit »k- like we se lost tw. 'wa'M.fl •st a Knee injury of four New Sari the secondary thi team s lea Ms Ned m w a Hon said The ting rusher Freeman ured a hamstring and hi' status is uncertain M ar:.; enter Dw ght Stephenson a I To Bow player the last five years suffered a < racked fibula and may rn vs *hi* rev , ,j season Place kicker Fuad Reveiz bruised his thigh but still managed to boot an 18 yard field goal with the gimpy leg The Dolphins dominated the first half roiling up 18 first downs to the Jets two but New York closed the score to 10-21 by driving for touchdowns on its first three posses 'ions in the second half Dan Marino completing 29 of 40 passes for 291 yards on the night then marched Miami 74 yards and scored himself on a 5 yard naked bootleg New A ork s Bobby Hum phery returned a Stradford fumble 4t yards for a touchdown with seven minutes left but the Jets didn t get into Miami territory again This is one we had to have Miami Coach Don Shuia said And we have to have the rest of them to stay alive with the way the Colts have taken the lead Miami finished with 432 yards v first downs and a 27 minute ad vantage in time of possession Marinos 2 yard scoring pass to Dan Johnson and three I-yard touchdown runs by Stradford gave Miami its big halftime lead Ken O Bnen got the Jets rolling with a 44 yard touchdown pass to A Toon 62 seconds into the second half Holder Pat Ryan a 10-year veteran scored his first NFL touchdow n or an 8-yard run from field goal formation Sate in the third quarter Johnny Hee tor scored on a 14 yard run at the start of the fourth period Miami > defense ranked 27th in the NFL sacked O Brien four times allowed only 40 yards rushing and set up a touchdown with Paul Lankford s 44 yard interception return Tex supports Landry, despite Bum rap .RA I\c» \P Dallas Cowboy* president Tex Schramm said he st;,, supports (oach Tom Lan dry but oddest that of! season change' are needed rev vc ’he ’earn s vigg rig footbai. fortunes * have confidence in Tom but (bere is a tot to lion a* if not now then at the end of the 'cav r. Schramm said Monday Tom has ai*av* bern timely and innovative through©!/ h s • arear I st ii. bel lev e in him Schramm ' <«*mment> c ame the day after H R Bum Bright print tpai owner of the t ow toy' m mments *. a Daiij* Morning Nev*' sp. rtswri’er !«■ a A-r.g Dallas 21 lo loss to the Atlanta Falcons came down hard *>n I andrv Sunday ' a*" ai. tut eliminated the Co wheys from pi •'* M*ason ■. «v milder at ton Dallas is now vt and will ie eliminated from the NFL playoff1* if r ■'**' -ne ut its * ast three games or the Minuet*. ta A king' win one if their .ast three game' Dallas has games remaining with Los Angeles V^ashrngton and St Louts * he Dadas regular lean, ha' lost 13 of its la'! 17 • season games Undry the only coe*h the Cowboys have ever •.it '.i t M nday he has not had. front office rn ‘erferenve sin*, e he was hired in I **• change sohrarmn said Monday It ;«T*“ t> °n ah..-Mi- rvi*' you re looking through t*fev uisiy there ,s some basis of criticism ail around in the organization Bright * id 'fit* Mi'fr. r.g New' he wa' hor 'ie*I at 'ofne of tile play * ailing in the Atlanta game and criticized Landry s failure to make greater ay of defensive lineman Danny Noonan the team s first round draft * twice and of running I a* A Hers*, bel as aiker Ota tx* ./mg Daila' Atlanta had lost six st I a I gilt game' a!Hl a as W tnless sin* e th** strike s. ? r.iinm 'auf in 'hare' Bright > disappoint nient with the si tut a tam I t*»ict my tins ss the tow point Of ss years 'Aher, we were at; expansion team it was at least White penciled in for Redskins DALLAS AP Steve Peiiuer is listed as ,uest unable after twisting his knee during the Dallas Cowboys 21 IO loss to the Atlanta FaLors and probably will be replaced at quarterback against the Washington Redskins by Danny White Le., aer has a swollen knee and I think we d 'tar. Aith Danny and then Paul McDonald Cowboy-' Coach Tom Landry said Monday I m not 'ure Peiiuer will be able to work this week M* Donald might be given his first NFL play ng time since *he ism season l*andr> said He couid Paul s a good quarterback We ie ast been working the other two all the time tat ne snows the system he can handle the system and he throws the bali well Landry *<*id McDonald started for Cleveland in 1*84 but did not play in The Cowboys claimed him a'* year after he was released by the Browns and seattle exciting This is the worst He 'aid Sunday ' attendance of 4** 165 fans was sins sang It was Dallas smallest home crowd since ; « n the Cotton Bow. and the smallest in the 17 year' the team has played at Texas stadium This ' ridiculous Schramm said We have it get ar tans excited again We are getting back t.. the early *** > with our negative records schramm said there would be an off season shakeup but added it couldn I be a big one That s the most discouraging part of this season "chramm'aid We did a lot of thing'in the ,u't off season that I was excited about We did a lot after last year schramm said l-andry faces more heat now 'ban at anv time in his UL sear career but added that he s confident the coach tan handle the pressure Among the thing' Bright told the newspaper Sunday was that he would not buy the team if he had to do it ail over again Bright issued a statement on Monday to arify his remarks Last night I was asked if I would purchase the Dallas Cowboys today ii I had it to do over I responded probably not That answer was based or. the current economic problems of Texas nothing else he said Bright said he is not looking for potent la buyers Monday Bright did not return phone call' made by The Associated Press but he did release a statement saying he has no intention of getting in volved in team operations including coaching Like virtually at. Cowboys tans I have been most disappointed and frustrated with the team results of the last couple of seasons he said While not criticizing Landry further Bright en. phasized his support for Schramm Bright said all personnel decisions will be made bv Schramm whom he called the best chief executive officer lr professional sports Monday Schramm and Landry credited Bright s remarks to frustration At least he didnt give me a vote of con fidence ’ Landry joked at a new s conference We re all human and he > the owner of ti* team and he has a right to 'ay what he wants to We re all frustrated with the season Landry said Schramm said Landry has never laced this kin*! of pressure before What happened in the mid /*»•' was a mere trickie compared to now schramm said Not many people cared one way or the other back in those davs Big trades seem to be imminent as baseball meetings continue alkin rej*of1eillv ai I Live Par ke igge't rum n it av I nor butt Ii ll; Kl Mig DAI.LAN AP Hu 'Wapping at ba setvail s lU»b Horner has a yen t. live New A ork \ ankee' tm* k' ti* aging super'tai * rn a day in which th** t» 'urnmer of saki aint 'ii'iu sunset! already ivefty Burner only one pteted as major league ex tx* ut I’ sized luxurv flute! complex But in a city wfwre fat more oil tk-al' ure player li.i.l**' tie A ankee' alai * itH'innati Muivdav to discus.' a ileal for Parker And til* Dodgers simp J xxi Mike Marshall tile run produ* mg it fielder who had several well publicized run us with teammates last season Tile New A or k Aiel' and Baltimore cl*)'. I a multi player deal late Monday night with the Met' 'hipping right handed reliever Ikmg Msk to the Oriole' loi nunoi league pitcher Blaine .md ,» pitcher to he name ! later off tile I Irades 4o man roster sick rn was i I with three saves rn ic.* appearances last season and van keep til** hall in tile park Orioles General Manager Roland Hrmond 'aul lies got a chance to ive our bullpen stopper Atlanta arid Horner kl opened talk' umed at putting tire slugging infielder back ill the Brave' uniform tie wore for nine seasons Horner hit 215 homers and iud 652 mils batted iii for Atlanta lait couldn't reach contract terms last year and instead earned megayen with tile A akult swallows of tile Japanese Pacific league Homer was paid an estimated $2 million in salary and expenses and A akult reportedly is willing to sw.illow a new HO million three year ileal But while some major league teams reportedly lost sn terest In Horner because he is considerably heavier than the 215 pounds he weighed iii Atlanta both th** Braves and the Texas Rangers are courting hun Homer lives in nearby Irving 'We re not shoppmq him but we ll listen to otters tor him.' Reds Manager Pete Rose on the availability of Dave Parker nu veal Brav et are 'aid to tx* about halt the Ottering $1 million for one ll 8 million Horner got in We \e made an otter to him and hi' agent Bucky Woy 'aul Thank' but no thanks Braves spokesman Bob DiHiasto said our owner list Turner ha' been quoted as '.tv mg that is our final offer The A ankee' seeking more punch in .i lineup that already include' Don Mattingly (lave Winfield and Rn kev Hen* ter son are reportedly willing to give up three players tor Parker the former All Star right fielder who was paid ll 4 million this year Parker ti. hit 253 with 26 homers and 97 HBI but slumped badly in the second half of the season We re not shopping him hut we ll listen to offers tor him Reds Manager Pele Rose said The A unkees supposedly have offered the Reds outfielder catcher Phil Uvmbardt pitcher Bill Fulton and outfielder Henry Lotto lf they don’t get Parker the A ankees may go after Cleveland outfielder Mel Hall They also ar** interested in Atlanta shortstop Rafael Ramirez as is Houston The world champion Minnesota Tw ins also like Parker Toronto and Oakland have discussed a possible deal in yok ing Lloyd Mosebv and Carney Lansford Hernond said tile Orioles hope to complete at least one more trade I really love all this he said alluding to the constant w h**el mg and dealing See BASE BALL Page 8 Scoreboard On the air rut >OAt t st p nj * oitrge basketball * Odtvei *    .    a1 V .<>    ... 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The Associated Press The lop Twenty teams rn the Assagaied Press final regular season college football poll with first place votes in parentheses record through games of Dec 5 total points based on 2u 19 Ik IT lh 13 14 11 12 ll lo 9 8 7 *» 5-4 3 2 1 and last week s rank mg 15 lieorgta 16 Southern t ai 17 Tennessee 18 Iowa 19 Pm 2n Perm Male    8-3-0    9*    J other receiving votes Indiana Wyoming i4 Alabama 25 'an lox s 17 Air Force 3 Arkansas 2 has Michigan 3 Florida I Washington! \ A trgmia I College scores B. The Associated Press EAST Boston College loc Main** 70 Hue knell IHI 'usquehanna 72 Fairfield 43 Hotstra 40 Hartford** Wichita St nj OI Holy I toss 87 Assumpt ion 77 l-ehigh 79 Penn St 72 Loyola Md 71, St Mary s Md ♦-Md K Shore 6*> liethurx* < 'onkmai. 64 IIT Pittsburgh 89 v'tucagc St 63 St Francis NA 75 Southarnphxs ai Syracuse 9*5 Cornell 59 Temple H9 Massachusetts Ti TowsonSt 79 Nave 62 SOUTH Auburns Term Martin 77 F Tennessee St H*> Frskirx*H4 Mississippi HU 'I- Ixvuisiana 4 Mississippi Col 73 Alcorn M 70 Murrav St 74 W Illinois 38 Record Pts PYS NC Charlotte65 Georgia Southern 57 I Oklahoma 47 11-041 I 129 I NC Ashes tile 76 W Carolina 71 2 Miami Fla 9 11-041 I otto 2 NE I .louisiana 84 lxMjisiana Texh 76 3 Florida State UH 4) 1,018 3 Radford65 (ireensboro56 4 Syracuse I 11*041 955 4 S CarolmaSt 72 Augusta 62 5 Nebraska 10-1 *0 926 5 Tennessee M 73 Jackson St 6.3 6 Auburn 9 1 I 847 6 kOUT MWE ST 7 LSI 9 1 I TSM 7 ii.Histon tki Arkansas st 72 8 Michigan State 82 1 687 9 Houston Baptist 78 Texas Wesleyan 66 9 south Carolina 8 34) 653 8 Oklahoman! sam Houston St 69 IO I (TJA 92*0 642 IO Texas AAM 63 NW lotuisianah! ll Oklahoma State 9 241 509 ll Texas F.l Paso68 New Mexaost 63 12 Notre Dame 8 34) 467 12 FAR WEST 13 Texas AAM 9 24) 4*K> 15 Montana 72 Texas Tech 62 14 Clemson 9 24) 392 13 New Mexico 64 Texas Southern 61 ;