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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zertung. New Braunfels,Texas Thursday, December 12,1985 Page 9A Machine bound for San Antonio INDIANAPOLIS (AP) San Antonio Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons didn’t want to play the Kame Indiana Coach George Irvine was amazed “How a team can shoot 25 percent one night and then come out and shoot over Mi percent in the first quarter and 54 for the whole game “ After losing to New York 82-G4 the previous night the Pacers rallied Wednesday night to defeat the Spurs 114 101 in the National Basketball Association Against San Antonio, the Pacers scored one more point in the first half that in the whole game Tuesday night “I really didn t want to come in here tonight," Fitzsimmons said "It s really tough to play a team that got humilitated last night the way In diana did They played real well (tonight i, so give the Pacers credit.” “We were more agressive tonight ” Irvine said "Last night we were very tentative I don’t think San Antonio expected us to play that well A big key is still how well we were able to do off the defensive board ” Kookie Wayman Tisdale scored a season high 28 points for the Pacers, and Quinn Buckner sparked a 4*1 point effort by the Indiana bench Johnny Moore scored a game-high JO points for the Spurs Indiana led 31 2b with 1:26 left in the opening quarter when Buckner entered the game He had four points, three rebounds, two assists and a steal during seven minutes of the first half Indiana led 48-37 when he returned to the bench NBA San Antonio 13 i ( Dallas 11 10 Sacramento 7 16 Pacific Division 04/ 624 304 34 4 9 By T he Associated Prats L A Lakers 18 2 900 EASTERN CONFERENCE Portland 14 12 638 7 Atlantic Division Seattle IO 14 41 7 IO W L Pct GB L A Clippers 8 15 348 11 4 Boston 19 3 864 Golden State 9 17 346 12 Philadelphia 12 IO 545 7 Phoenix 6 16 273 13 New Jersey 12 ll 522 74 Wednesday s Games Washington 11 ll 500 8 Boston 118 Sar ramento 101 Ne* York 6 16 2 73 13 Philadelphia 125, Cleveland 110 Central Division Atlanta 105 Seattle 97 Milwaukee 17 8 680 Washington 108 Detroit IOO Detroit 14 IO 583 24 Indiana 114 Sari Antonio 101 Atlanta ... II 12 478 5 Denver I 34 L A Clippers 95 Cleveland 9 13 409 614 Utah 119 Portland 111 Chicago 8 17 320 9 Phoenix 123 Golden State 113 Indiana 6 16 273 94 Today s Games WESTERN CONFERENCE Ne* Jersey at New York Midwest Division Milwaukee at Wash - gior Houston 16 7 696 Philadelphia at Chicago Denver IS 8 652 I Dallas at Houston Utah 14 ll 560 3 Phoenix at I A Lakers Celtics 118, Kings 110 The Boston Celtics easily won the battle But the war may drag on a little longer without floor general Dennis Johnson Johnson, a 10-year veteran, suffered a possible cracked left wrist late in the first period Wednesday night as the Celtics rolled to a victory over the Sacramento Kings He is averaging 16.7 points. 5 2 rebounds and 37 minutes a game 76ers 125, Cavaliers 110 Philadelphia kept Boston in sight barely — by beating Cleveland behind Moses Malone's 34 points Julius Erving, with 23 points. scored four straight field goals early in the third quarter to spark a 13-4 Philadelphia surge Bullets 108, Pistons 100 Washington another Boston chaser reached SOO a game behind Philadelphia thanks to 27 points from Frank Johnson Nuggets 134, Clippers 95 Wayne Cooper blocked nine shots and scored 22 points, and Lafayette Lever dished out 14 assists for Denver The Nuggets played their regulars for only 2‘ * periods Dartmouth coach sues for job HANOVER, NU (AP) Athletes, teams, schools agents anyone with a sports contract — is likely to have an eye on a court case in northern New Hampshire where a judge has been asked to decide if Dartmouth College can fire its football coach In 33 years of coaching. Joe Yukica doesn t recall any football coach who has responded to his firing by suing to keep his job, but he doesn’t see it as a landmark case He just wants to coach the final year of his contract However, others think the outcome could affect more than Yukica and Dartmouth "I think the whole athletic world will be watching.” said Athletic Director Gene Corrigan of Notre Dame. which recently replaced football coach Gerry Faust DERYl CLAHK/HfcHALD Zfcl I UNO Jeffrey Juarz (left) and Shae Wilkins (right) of the Leopards show their form Leopards advance to playoffs For the second time in three years, the Downtown Rotary Leopards have advance to the state soccer playoffs. The Leopards made a bid for the state crown as seven-year olds in 1983 in Corpus Christi. The team will travel to San Angelo on Dec. 14-15 for this year’s playoffs. The team finished in a tie for second place in the New Braunfels Soccer League with a record of 6-1-2, one game out of first place. The leopards advanced to regionals where they won two games and tied one, qualifying them for the state playoffs. Members of the team are Chuck Neuse, Roland Garcia, Chad Head, Alison Overall, Bret Reidel, Chris Tovar, Jeffrey Juarez, Steven Hildebrand, Shae Wilkins, Joe Juarez, Cameron Brooks, Brandon Gold, Steven Schneider, Gabriel Foust and Glenn Phair. Larry Hildebrand and Rudy Juarez are the coaches of the Leopards. Regrouped Indiana out-paces Spurs Torpedos clinch title The Torpedos, a team of six- and seven-year old players from New Braunfels, won the Mid Cities Division F Soccer championship with a I 0 win over The Machine The Torpedos were Division F-2 champions The Machine are in New Braunfels’ Kl Division. After playing to a scoreless tie through regulation play and an overtime period, Mark Nipper kicked in the deciding goalin the thirdshoot-off round The Torpedos record is now 13-1-1 on the season. Team members of the Torpedos are Nipper, Billy Nickerson, Mitchell McNeil, Jeffrey Galloway, Abel Villalobos. David Kneuper, Thomas Carroon, Rory McNeil, Trey Taylor, Malcom Kitchen, Stephen Rodriguez and Merle Meder Team coaches are Al and Linda Marcimak and Bobby McNeil Jeri Stephens is the team mother Both the Torpedos and The Machine will represent New Braunfels at the 16-team state tournament beginning Dec 14 in San Antonio. The Machine will represent the Mid Cities Youth Soccer Associations^ F Division at the state playoffs in San Antonio this weekend. The Machine ended the season with a 7 I record. The team captured first place in its division of the Canyon Soccer Club and took second place in the Mid-Cities playoffs The Machine lost to the Torpedos in the third shoot-off round of the championship game Members of The Machine include Shawn Langley, Patrick Hinojasa, Roger Rodriguez and Jason Roach Other .players include Gregory Strzelczyk, Derrik Jentsch, Brent Brever, Amanda Simons, Kyle Scott, Kyle Jonas and Joseph Fiebrich Rounding out the squad are Brent Hamilton, Jonathan Delton, Scott Lawson, Craig Cadell Paul Ketzloff and Trinidad Rosales are the coaches of the team. LE SUE KHIFWALDI /HFHAUD ZfclTUNG The Machine beat the cold weather by practing indoors Wednesday afternoon Fading sunlight does not deter the Torpedos practice LESLIE KRIEWALDT/MF RA LD ZF (TUNG Scoreboard SportsWorld On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6:30 p m Hoc key Montreal 41 Philadelphia. ESPN 7:30 p m Basketball DePaul at Houston, WGN FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 30 pm Basketball Loyola at Bradley, ESPN 7 pm Basketball Atlanta at Indiana. WTBS Local sports rHURSDAY 1130 a m Gals basketball Ne* Braunfels is Jourdanton at Boerne tournament 4 30 p rn Boys' basketball Canyon at toecne tournament 6 p m Gals basketball Smithson Valley vs 3 ut net at Marble Falls tournament 6 30 p m Boys' basketball Smithson Valley ss Marble Falls at Marble Falls tournament Boys' basketball Ne* Braulnels at Alamo >4«0ht* tournament Gals basketball Cia lyon at Hays tournament Basketball stats Hare are the leading scorer* for the Iota basketball teams BOYS    _ Player team    O T4o Schrnidt, NB    3    57    19 0 I odd Banks. CHS    7    106    15 I Al King, SV........... 8    1,6    144 David Hays, CHS ........... 9    '25    '39 Rolando Trevino, SV    8    ll'    13 9 Curbs Johnson, CHS    9    116    12 9 Alan Walker, NB    5    64    12 8 Ray Reyes SV............. 8    97    12 1 Twry Thomas. NB    5    50    IO O High games Ne* Braunfels, Schmidt 24 vs San Marcos. Smithson Valley, Trevino 24 vs St Anthony's; Canyon David Hays 23 vs Antonian OMI LB Player, team    O    Pt* Suaanne Byme NB    6    74    12    3 Tiffany Beene SV....... 8    "5 Karan Albright, SV    8    82    10    2 Shafynn McCoy, SV ........ 8    72    9    0 Michelle Toon, CHS    6 47 7 8 Heather Woods, NB    6    42    7 0 Cheryl Butler. CHS    6    39    6 5 High genies Ne* Braunfels. Byrne 18 vs Smithson Valley, Srn ahsan Valley Albright 22 vs Soundest Canyon, Tara Cappiernan 20 vs Luling Here are the team statistics for the local basketball teams GIRLS Team    W    L    APF    APA Canyon    2    4    38    7    51    2 Ne* Braunfels    4    2    46    0    48    5 Smahson Valley    4    4    48    6    43    9 High games Ne* Braunfels 57 vs Smithson Valley and Boerne. Smahson Valley, 74 vs Snuffiest, Canyon, 62 vs Luting BOYS Team    W    L    APF    APA Canyon    6    3    62    7    54    I Ne* Brauntels    0    5    54    6    66    6 Smahson Valley    7    I    56    9    47    8 High games Ne* Braunfels, 64 vs San Marcos Smahson Valley. 70 vs Poteet and St Anthony's; Canyon, 69 vs Bastrop High school playoffs By The Associated Press Here are this weekend's pairings in trie Terras high school state football playoffs Class 5A Semifinals Odessa Permian vs Cypress Fairbanks, 2 p m Saturday, Texas Stadium, trying Houston Yates vs San Antonio Holmes. I p rn Saturday. Alamo Stadium, San Antonio Class 4A Semifinals S*eet*ater vs Austin Westlake 2 30 p rn Saturday Brownwood Na* Braunfals vs Tomball 2 30 p rn Saturday, Houston Class 3A Semifinals Vernon vs Daingerfield. 7 30 p rn Saturday Garland Van Vleck vs Cuero. 7 30 p m Saturday, Memorial Stadium, Austin Claes 2A Semifinals Ham Sn vs Electra. 8 pm Friday Shotwell Stadium, Abilene Groveton vs Shiner 8 p m Friday. Aldine Class 1A Semifinals Munday vs Gold th wale, 8 pm Friday, Breckenridge Italy vs Runge. 8 p m Friday Georgetown Six Man Championship Jayton vs Christoval. 8 pm Friday. McMurry Stadium Abilene NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L 21 8 17    7 14    14 ll IO 11    14 12 14 Philadelphia Washington NY Rangers NY Islanders Pittsburgh Ne* Jersey Adams Division Quebec    16    IO Montreal    14    IO Boston  .....13    10 Buffalo    13    13 Hartford ....    12    13 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division St Louis    12    12 Pts 42 37 29 29 26 25 33 31 31 28 24 GF GA 131 86 103    80 105    95 107 HO 110 I06 101 108 108 86 121 100 110 102 IOO 92 IOO 102 99    106 111    129 112 112 106 126 87    138 162 119 122    96 103 138 110 131 97 142 Chicago    9    14 Minnesota    8    14 Toronto ..... 8    17 Detroit  ......7    16 Smythe Division Edmonton ....    21    5    4 Calgary    16    8    3 Winnipeg    IO    17    3 Vancouver    9    IS    3 Los Angeles    7    17    4 Wednesday s Games Montreal 3, Hartford I NY Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 4 tie NY Rangers 4 Ne* Jersey 2 Tor onto 6, St Louis 4 Minnesota 10, Detroit 2 Edmonton 12, Chicago 9 Winnipeg 6. Vancouver 3 Today s Gamas Quebec at Boston Montreal at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Calgary Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL Naoonal League LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Traded Steve Yeager catcher, to the Seattle Mariners tor Ed Vend* Berg pitcher PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Traded John Danny and and Jeff Gray pitchers to the Cm em nan Reds tor Gary Redus outfielder and Tom Hume. pitcher Vantage Open unveils in 1986 SAN ANTONIO (Alo - The RGA tour will conclude in 198b with a stop in San Antonio, home of the new $1 million Vantage Championship, new sponsors R J Reynolds have announced The announcement Wednesday is a powerful shot in the arm for the Texas Open, which will be replaced by the new tournament The $350 (JOO Texas Open, an end-of-the-season tournament, drew only five of the top 20 money winners last year The new tournament, scheduled Oct 23-2S next year, will be only the third FOA tournament offering a purse of SI million or more The Vantage Championship joins the International at Denver and the Las Vegas Invitational as the elite tournaments offering ti million or more in prize money First prize will be $180,000, with prize money being offered for places up to 70th No television for Odessa Permian AUSTIN (APt - Odessa football fans won t get to see Permian’! Saturday schoolboy playoff game on television because the opposition doesn’t want them to Television station KOSA of Odessa wanted to tape the Saturday night game and show it Sunday. Permian and Cypress-Fairbanks meet in Irving in the semifinals of the 5A football playoffs A Beautiful It seems that all gifts, no matter how expensive, are eventually lost worn out. or destroyed There is one gift though, that lasts forever... The Gift of God s Grace. This eternal gift is available to you. Find out how, this Sunday at First First Baptist Church Local government? We've got you covered Herald-Ztitung ;

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