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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas PageB Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Tuesday. December 8 1987 Torpedos win E title The Torpedos, from New Braunfels, won the E-Division Mid-Cities soccer championship this weekend The team of 8- and 9-year olds swept through the Mid-Cities tournament by winning four straight games. The Torpedos beat the Avengers, from Canyon, TO in Sunday’s championship game The win brings the Torpedos’ regular season and playoff game record to 16-0-0. They have outscored the opposition 118-9. This is the second Mid Cities title for the team In 1985 it won the F-Division crown. During the past three years the Torpedos' record is 35-2-7. They have scored 200 goals and have allowed only 82 to be scored against them The team is coached by Al and Linda Marciniak and is sponsored by Physical Therapy Unlimited Team members are Mitch McNeill, Jeffrey Galloway, Paul Paniagua, Mark Nipper, Abel Villalobos. Manual Paniagua, Thomas Carroon. Trey Taylor, Malcolm Kitchen, .Stephen Bodrage Merle Meder, Hector Valdez and Joshua Voight Both the Torpedos and the Avengers will par ticipate in the State tournament this weekend in San Antonio Gunners take D crown The Gunners, a Division I) team from the Canyon Soccer Club, claimed the City Championship by ending its season with a 10-0 record The Gunners, sponsored by Kmbbe Financial Group, went on to place second in the Mid Cities tournament earning them a place in the State playoffs, which will take place Dec 12-13 in San Angelo The team is coached bv Bon me Cadded and assistant coach Richard Rhodes Members of the team are Courtney Cadded Trey Rhodes. Matthew Flume. Sean Men, Clay Keinarz, Ar rn a lido Villareal. Mark Lawson D avis Simons Cobs Barse. Calc Raese, David Jara. Cecilia Pere/ Rudy Mandujnno and Andrew Cannon St. Louis tops the Tigers BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St Louis Coach Rich Grower told hi-- team st is truly an upset that it beat No 20 Memphis state •We're not big. we're not strong we re not quick and we're not smart," Grawer said he told his team before the game Way to get em ready. Coach, although ti rawer did tell the team Monday night how he felt it could beat Memphis State for the first time in six games I told them that one of those things we can im prove on is smartness We did that tonight It was a really important game tor us." he said of the >.'* 50 victory The key to the game was the start of the second half when St Louis broke from a 22 22 tie w itll a 12 0 run as Memphis State went 9 minutes before scoring The Hi I likens. 2 2, used a tough zone defense and a patient offense to hand the Tigers their t tr-t loss in three games Anthony Bonner led St Louis with ih points w hile Monroe Douglass added 12 Freshman John McLaughlin Uh! Memphis Slate w ith 12 points In other Top Twenty games. No I Pittsburgh beat Chicago State 89-68. No 8 Sy racy se defeated Cornell 95 >9 No ll Temple downed Massachusetts 89 TI No 18 Purdue beat Colorado 72 *4. No 15 Michigan defeated Western Michigan ll8 55 No 16 Oklahoma downed Sam Houston State in 60 and No 18 Kansas beat Appalachian State 78 62 Pittsburgh 89, Chicago St. 63 Senior Charles Smith scored a career high \4 points and Jerome Lane had 13 points and is re bounds to lead 3-0 Pittsburgh Syracuse 95, Cornell 59 Syracuse put tin- Big Red away in the first half hut things got interesting in the second half when the benches emptied during a fight Temple 89, Massachusetts 71 Senior Dm Perry scored 23 points and grabix-d ll rebounds and freshman Mark Macon had 22 points 12 on i pointers as the owls us**d an I! 2 run at the start of the second half for a w lead w ith 16 32 to play Purdue 72, Colorado 54 Troy Lewis scored 12 of his 20 points on s pointers to lead the Boilermakers to their fifth victor v in sis games Baseball Continued from Page J i rades arni near trades usually highlight the week long hot stove meetings but there was plen tv of other new - Monday Rose confirmed he s played his final game because* At age 16 if Pm not retired. I should be The major leagues all time hit leader hasn t played since August I *86 and I thought I was retired. Rose said The rub s committee ^aid it hopes to int reuse the number of strike t ails and thus shorten games by reducing the strike zone Pitchers have com plained for years about the incredible shrinking trike /one and the new strike zone interpretation from just atMive the bottom of the rib". to the top of the knees is smaller than the rule book calls tor But committee member Pat Giliick of Toronto said the newly defined strike zone is larger than umpires have been using Die committee also redefined til** balk rule rul mg a pitcher must have both fee? not just one on die ground while in the set position Umpires also may eject pitchers and managers after beanballs without first giving warning fhe deadline for fret* agents to In* offeied salary arbitration passed and Dwayne Murphy steve Garvey. Glenn Hubbard Jose < ruz. Vance Law, Joaquin Andujar and Bill Hadlock were Sportsworld Top 20 B* Associated Press Th** Top Twenty ti ains in the \ss*n sated Pi i basketball poll with first pi,ne votes it i total points ba>ed on Lisp* 18 IT ic 13 14    1*2 6 til.*! I cecitis through lh** » an I '• a mg Ho 1 Kenlur ss I*. 2 Pittsburgh i I Iowa 2 4 Arizona (2 i North I amini a ti indian.* 7 Wyoming 8 Syr.o u» t Missouri I 10 Puke 11 Temple 12 Florida 13 Purdue 14 Georgetown I • Michigan Ic oklahoma IT Nev* Las V egas Ut Kansas it \t*m* Dame Ni Memphis st Others receiving vc Bradlcs i*» [ow t Stat 26. Illinois 22    '■'.•ut Brigham A ating 17 M Mississippi ' use p State * iVpperdtia slate ? Kansas Stale South * arolina J w»* l ait? I Marshall I !■ ihcsc Ne Michigan 113, Western Michigan 55 Michigan and senior guard Gurv ‘.taut passed their wav through the Wolver ine . otd*m»k Grunt set tile single gam** Me lagan ass st record with 14 and esf.di|isiu*d tin * areel mark with his Moth The Wolverines also impressed th* home crowd with a record 7 assis'- >*i; tin night Oklahoma 111, Sam Houston St. 69 Six i Oklahoma plavers scored ti. double lieu teas the Sooners out rebounded Sam Houston Stat* 58 48 and forced th* Bearcats into '■ turnovers Kansas 73, Appalachian St 62 Archie Marshall si oi»*d Jo of His , •Hunts u; ti * second half as Kansas tai!)* i mr    •    ->* seculive victory at Alien Field lious* aiming the 32 players not offered arbit can t re sign Witt their teams until Ma Among those >Mi**r<*d arbitration i midnight ESI deadline were J ds» ( ar Almon and la c V1a//illi of fta N* a Bryn Smith and I H ums M min* of * Expos Dave ( ohms Of * sn* ta a? Berenguerof tin Minnesota Iwin-Boti Dernier formerly of tit* < * signed as fr*»e agent w if ti his or g ii Philadelphia Phillies Manager L* * use* him as a platoon center fieidei hitter arni Donut*! said I car, (nit my back on tti#* * ‘hristmas Ire* Seven five agents signed conin team th plan I*?, a I: bal ts p Metier Gene Garber Kansas ( it) catcher 1 fins Bando Cleveland pitcher Gary Lavelle Oakland pit her Don Mhul/e Minnesota infielder Manny Trillo Chicago Cubs pit cher Bot; Md lure Mon treat, and outfielder Larrs Herndon (hr rod Nine players wore -ejected during, die annual major league draft with • lev eland Using the first pick to grab catt tier Todd Pratt from Boston * aliforma seU*eted pit< tM*r Jew Johnson from Toronto and Pittsburgh lost two pitching prospects knucklebalier Rich Sau\«*ur to Montreal and Scott Mod vin to Houston Die Pirates go! Medvin from San t* lam is* o in lite R * k Reus* bel trade last August Wood takes Astros' reins DALLAS AP* The Houston Astros promoted Bill Wood to general manager today filling the two month vacancy and putting him in charge of pumping new life into the team - , >d the Astros assistant general rn.mac* i ,m* - July 198:'*, had served as interim GM follow mg Dick Wagner's resignation Ort 14 Wood has worked for the team for 11 years This is a thing a baseball man dreams about said Wood. 46 “I know many people say the winter meetings are a boring time but you ii excuse me if I say this is exciting ” The announcement was made by John Mi Mullen the Astros’ chairman of th** board M , then interview**? 15 candidates for the job as criticized    J    filling the sooner I thought it was a fairly reasonable tune VK Mullen said "I did it at my leisure ” Wood will try to revive the Astros who won the National league West in 1986 but slumped to 76 86 Classified AutomWes Classified word ad rates .212* per word for I time insertion. 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