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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels. Horald Zeitung    Tuesday, February 28,1984 Tennessee sacks Kentucky, 63-58 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky Coach Joe B. Hall must be getting used to the feeling. In his 12 years as basketball coach at the school, his Wildcats have beaten Tennessee only once at Knoxville. Monday night wasn’t the night. Dan Federmann scored a game-high 19 points and had 12 rebounds against the twin towers of third-ranked Kentucky — 7-foot-1 Sam Bowie and 6-11 Melvin Turpin — as the Volunteers won 63-58 to keep the Southeastern Conference race alive. Hall had very little to say for his team. “We didn’t play very well at all, and Tennessee did,” was all he would offer. Don DeVoe, the coach of Tennessee, felt the key this time was controlling Bowie and Turpin. Bowie led the Wildcats with 18 points, while Turpin had 13. Bowie scored eight of his points in the first half but missed a pair of free throws and five of six field goal attempts in the second half before fouling out with 4:40 to play. “We neutralized their big men, and that was it,” DeVoe said. “We made the big plays and out-fought Kentucky.” Kentucky’s only victory at Knoxville in Hall’s tenure was the year the 1977-78 Wildcats won the national championship. The Wildcats now are 21-4 overall, 12-4 in the SEC. Louisiana State, a 77-73 winner over Florida Monday night, is just one game back of Kentucky at 11-5 with two games left. Auburn, which fell out of the Top 20 after being ranked 19th last week, lost 72-71 to Mississippi and trail the Wildcats by two games. Tennessee is 18-11 but out of the conference race at 9-8. In other games involving ranked teams, No. 14 Memphis State defeated Cincinnati 56-44,16th-ranked Syracuse edged St. John’s 82-81 in overtime and 18th-rated Temple defeated Massachusetts 65-46. Memphis State clinched at least a tie in the Metro Conference by beating Cincinnati. Freshman center William Bedford scored a career-high 18 points for the Tigers, 21-5 coverall and 11-2 in the conference. Memphis State led 28-27 at halftime, but the Tigers held Cincinnati scoreless for the first 6% minutes of the second half. Cincinnati now has lost 17 straight Metro Conference games. Syracuse stopped a five-game St. John’s winning streak in this Big East Conference contest. The victory moved the Orangemen within a half game of first-place Georgetown in the league with a 12-3 record, 19-6 overall. Greg Monroe, a reserve freshman, hit a jumper from the comer with two seconds left after Syracuse held the ball for the final 2:30 to give the Orangemen their one-point victory. Regulation ended in a 78-78 tie on two free throws by Chris Mullin, who led 17-9 St. John’s with a career-high 35 points. Rafael Addison had 28 for Syracuse. Temple pulled away from Massachusetts early by scoring 17 consecutive points, seven by senior Terence Stansbury. Stansbury finished with a game-high 19 points, 17 in the first half. The 22-3 Owls led 40-22 at halftime in the Atlantic Ten Conference game. Panthers hold off Blitz, 20-18 PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan Panthers looked rusty, but in the end they did the things that champions have to do and Coach Jim Stanley likes that. “Overall, this early in the year, you’ve got to think the offense did a great job,” Stanley said after watching Novo Bojovic's 26-yard field goal sail between the uprights as time ran out Monday night, giving the Panthers a 20-18 United States Football League victory over the Chicago Blitz. “A lot of good things happened.” The defeat — in the season-opener for both teams — was hard for the Blitz to swallow. “I’m disappointed and so are the players,” Chicago Coach Marv Levy said. “But I think we are definitely stronger this year. I believe we are headed in a positive direction.” New Orleans may sign Dupree NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Marcus Dupree reportedly has agreed to a five-year, $5-million contract with the New Orleans Breakers of the United States Football League and apparently could be signed this week if all the details are worked out. The New Orleans Times Picayune and States-ltem today reported terms of the contract which it said had been agreed to in principle. “We’re very close,” was all Breakers owner Joe Canizaro would say Monday when asked about the negotiations. In fact, the Blitz led the Panthers four times, but each time Michigan quarterback Bobby Hebert managed to rally his troops. Hebert looked rusty after missing moat of camp in a contract dispute, but his numbers were bright and shiny as he completed 20 of 34 passes for 296 yards and two touchdowns without any interceptions. “Sometimes I didn’t feel right out there, and sometimes I felt IOO percent as good as I did last year,” Hebert said. “My lack of practice time hurt. My timing wasn’t always right and I threw some bad passes.” Hebert’s favorite target was Anthony Carter, who caught seven passes for 107 yards and one TD. The Blitz opened the scoring 3:11 into the game with a 41-yard field goal by Kevin Seibel. The Panthers answered three plays later with Hebert and Derek Holloway hooking up on a 49-yard TD pass play. But Chicago went ahead 10-7 on its next possession as quarterback Vince Evans plunged over from I yard out. Hebert flipped a 16-yard touchdown strike to Carter five seconds into the second quarter but the Blitz regained the lead on a 2-yard run by Larry Canada.UT women still atop poll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas posted five victories last week, including three in the Northern Lights Tournament at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, to maintain first place in the weekly women’s basketball rankings announced Monday. The Longhorns, 26-2, with the most victories among Division I schools, received 37 first-place votes and 1,121 points from the nationwide panel of 58 women’s coaches who participated in this week’s poll. The balloting is compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Louisiana Tech, 24-2, Southern California, 22-3, Georgia, 25-2, and Old Dominion, 19-4, all went through the week unscathed to hold the second through fifth spots, respectively. The Techsters, who are at Hawaii tonight, received ll first-place votes and 1,104 points. Southern Cal collected two first-place votes. The defending NCAA champions with a one-game lead are heading for a showdown with No. 6 Ix>ng Beach State for the Western Collegiate Athletic Association crown Sunday. Georgia received the remaining eight first-place votes. The defending Southeastern Conference champions will open the league playoffs, which they're hosting, against either No. 18 Auburn or Florida on Saturday. Long Beach State, 19-5, and Missouri, 22-3, each moved a spot to sixth and seventh place, while Mississippi, 23-4, fell two spots to eighth after being upset by Alabama. Missouri could win the regular Big Eight title with two victories this week, including one at No. ll Kansas State on Saturday. The Wildcats, 20-5, currently trail the Tigers by a game. Mississippi meets either Vanderbilt or Mississippi State in an SEC quarterfinal contest on Saturday.Scoreboard Briefly On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7 p m    Cottage basketball Connecticut at Villenova, ESPN 8pm    Cottage    basketball    Oklahoma    at Missouri, USA 8 pm    College    basketball    Evansville    at DePaul, WGN WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7 p m    College    basketball    Pittsburgh    at Georgetown. USA 7pm Cottage basketball Indiana at Purdue. WGN 7pm    College basketball North Carolina State at Maryland. ESPN. 9pm College basketball Indiana at Purdue. ESPN 9 p m College basketball Louisville at Tulane. USA Local sports TUESDAY Baseball Smithson Valley at Canyon, scrim mage Baseball Holy Cross at New Braunfels, scrimmage THURSDAY 11 45 a rn Baseball Canyon vs Austin Anderson at Fredericksburg Tournament 3 pm. Baseball Smithson Valley at San Marcos 4 IS pm Baseball Austin LBJ at New Braunfels FRIDAY Tennis District 13 4A team tournament Gels track Canyon. New Braunfels. Smithson Valley at Westlake Chaparral Relays 4 16 pm Baseball Blanco at Smithson Valley SATURDAY Tennis District 13 4A team tournament Boys track Canyon, New Braunfels. Smithson Valley at Westlake Chaparral Relays I p rn Baseball Round Rock Westwood at New Braunfels Local track Gate Claes 4A state meat. Austin May! OMS' Claes SA slats meat. Austin. May ll •ova' Class 4A stale mast, Austin May 12 Boys' Class 3A state mast. Austin Pro football United States Football I segue By The Assoc lated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L T Pct PF PA New Jersey I 0 0 I OOO 17 6 F’hiladelphia I 0 0 I OOO 17 9 Pittsburgh 0 I 0 OOO 3 7 Washington Southern 0 I 0 OOO 14 63 Jacksonville I 0 0 I OOO 53 14 New Orleans I 0 0 I OOO 13 IO Tampa Bay I 0 0 I OOO 20 17 Mn rn phis 0 I 0 OOO 9 17 Birmingham 0 I WESTERN CONFERNCE Central 0 OOO 6 17 Michigan I 0 0 I OOO 20 18 Oklahoma I 0 0 I OOO 7 3 Chicago 0 I 0 OOO ,8\ 17 * 20 Houston 0 I 0 OOO 20 San Antonio Pac lite 0 1 0 ooo IO 13 Arizona I 0 0 I OOO 35 7 Denver I 0 0 I OOO 27 IO Los Angeles 0 I 0 OOO IO 27 Oakland 0 Sunday s Games I 0 OOO 7 36 Here are the schedules for the local track teams March 2 Westlake Chapanat Relays Canyon guts. New Braunfels gels. Smithson Valley gels Match 3 Westlake Chaparral Relays Canyon boys, New Braunfels boys. Smithson Valley boys March IO Smithson Valley Ranger Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys. Smithson Valley boys. Canyon guts New Braunfels girls Smithson Valley girls March 1 7 Kerrville Antler Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys. Smithson Valley boys Canyon girls. New Braunfels gels. Srmthsoc Valley gels March 24 Seguin Matador Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys. Canyon gals. Maw Braunfels girls Llano Jacket Relays Smithson Valley boys. Smithson Valley gels March 31 Canyon Cougar Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys. Canyon gels. New Braunfels gels Randolph Ho Hawk Relays Smithson Valley boys. Smithson Valley gels April 6 District I34A meet Canyon git's New Braunfels gels District 28 3A meet Smithson Valley gels April 7 New Braunfels Unicorn Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys. Smithson Valley boys April 14 South Austin Relays Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys Marion Relays Smithson Valley boys April 18 District 28 3A meet. Randolph Smithton Valley boys. (Lpm 1819 Claes 4A Region IV, Corpus Christi Canyon gals. New Braunfels gels Class 3A Region IV. Kingsville Smithson Valley gale. April I* District 13-4A meet. Kerrville Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys May 4    . Class 4A Region IV, Corpus Christi: Canyon boys. New Braunfels boys Class SA Region IV. Kingsville Smithson Valley New Jersey I 7. Birmingham 6 Philadelphia 17, Memphis 9 Arizona 36. Oakland 7 New Orleans 13. Sian Antonio IO Oklahoma 7. Pittsburgh 3 Jacksonville 63. Washington 14 Tampa Bay 20 Houston I 7 Denver 27. Los Angeles IO Monday s Game Michigan 70 Chicago 18 College scores Monday s College Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Boston U 64 New Hampshire 60 Cornell 68 Rochester 60 Delaware St 82. Md E. Shore 81 Northeastern 94. Niagara 90 Providence 74. Howard 66 SOUTH Florida AbM 91. George St 83 Furman 81, VMI 66 Spurge Mason 72, Radford 66 Georgia 98 Vanderbilt 71 Louisiana St 77. Florida 73 Memphis St 66. Cincinnati 44 Mississippi 72. Auburn 71 Murray St 46. SE Louisiana 44 New Orleans 84 Concordia. I amas 71 Nicholls St 60 NW Louisiana 67 S Alabama 11O Bethune Cookman 76 S Carolina 70. So Mississippi 62 S Carolina St 84, Alcorn St 71 SW l ouisiana 72, NE Louisiana 71 Stetson 57. N C Wilmington 47 T em lessee 63. Kentucky 68 Tri Chattanooga bb Appalachian St 66 W Carolina 67. Davidson 61 MIDWEST III Chicago 74. Wis Green Bay 67 N Iowa 59 SW Missouri 51 SOUTHWEST Ark Little Rock 62. Hardin Simmons 59 Houston Baptist 73, Mercer 57 Lamar 66 Pan American 63 Loyola. Ill 82. Oral Roberts 76 McNeese St 83, Arkansas St 81 Oklahoma City 81 Detroit 63 Rice 64 Pi av ie View 44 I eses San Antonio 96. W Texes St 88 FAR WEST Arizona 56 So California 49 ArucneSt 76. UCLA 67 Brigham Young 71. Au Force 67 Colorado St 66 Utah 59 Fullerton St 73. Long Beach St 61 TOURNAMENTS MAAG Tournament Fust Round F ordham BU. I airfield 69 La Sake 76 Manhattan 60 SWC standings Southwest Conference Basketball By The Associated Press Houston Arkansas Southern Meth Tease Tech Teaee AErM Rice Teaee Teaee Christian Baylor Sunday s Gem# Houston 64, Arkansas 61 Monday s Game Rice 64. Praeta View 44 Wednesdays Games Conference AH Games W L Pct W I Pct 14 0 I OOO 26 3 891 12 2 857 22 5 814 IO 4 714 22 6 786 9 6 643 16 10 600 7 8 467 14 12 639 6 9 357 10 16 400 3 ll 214 7 18 280 3 12 200 IO 16 386 I 13 071 6 20 200 Rice at Arkansas 7 05 p m Baylor at Houston, 7 30 p rn SMU at Texas. 7 35 p m Pro basketball National Basketball Association By T he Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pct GB Boston 43 14 764 — Philadelphia 34 23 696 9 New York 34 24 686 SH New Jersey 29 29 600 1418 Washington Central Division 26 31 466 17 Milwaukee 34 24 686 Detroit 32 24 671 I Atlanta 31 28 625 3 VV Chicago 22 33 400 10% Cleveland 22 34 393 ll Indiana WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 18 39 316 15% Utah 34 24 686 Deltas 31 27 534 3 Kansas City 24 32 429 9 Denver 25 34 424 9% San Antonio 26 36 417 10 Houston Pacific Division 22 36 386 11% Los Angeles 37 19 661 Portland 36 24 593 3% Seattle 30 26 536 6 Golden State 26 32 448 12 F*hoemx 26 32 448 12 San Diego Monday's Game New York 96. Atlanta 92 Tuesday t Gamas 20 37 361 17% Washington at India ne Detroit at Atlanta Dallas et San Antonio Cleveland at Kansas City Los Angeles at Chicago Seattle at Houston Utah at F*hoem» Denver at Golden State Sari Diego at Portland Golf Mete are die team results bom Comal ISO Golf Tournament Monday at Lands Park Golf Course Team score Randolph 321 Kenedy 342 Yoakum 343 New Braunfels A 349 Luling 360 Gonzales 373 Canyon A 373 Smithson Valley A 374 Gregory Portland 378 San Marcos Academy 380 Boerne 382 Leander 384 Fredericksburg 391 CanyonB 402 New Braunfels B 406 Here we die top five places ut die individual competition Flayer, team Tab Dumont, Kenedy Bobby McKlee Randolph Kevin Corey. Randolph Jeff SkrocKi Randolph James Blensehka. Yoakum Doug Van Dekowski, Yoakum J P Rector. New Braunfels Tom Skiockl Randolph Top 20 18 17 16 1514 1312 11 10 9 8 7 6 54 3 2 I. reco rd through Monday and last weak s ranking Record Pts Pvx I North Carolina 162) 24 1 1240 t 2 Houston 263 1133 3 3 Kentucky 21 4 1076 4 4 Georgetown 24 3 1072 2 6 DePeui 21 2 1016 6 6 Oklahoma 24 3 886 • 7 Nev Las Vegas 262 863 7 8 Texas El Paso 24 2 773 9 9 Tulsa 23 2 671 IO IO Illinois 204 668 6 11 Purdue 196 667 13 12 Arkansas 22 6 686 ll 13 Washington 206 416 18 14 Memphis St 21 6 406 12 16 Duke 226 263 14 16 Syracuse 196 186 16 17 Wake Forest 196 187 15 18 Temple 22 3 169 17 19 Maryland 17 7 159 20 Oregon St 196 161 20 Mabry leads LLGA tourney Mary Mabry shot a net 64 to win the A flight of the luanda Indies Golf Association low net tournament at luanda Park Golf Course. Carol Hansen was second in A flight with net 67. In B flight, Grace Bennett and Alvina Glubka tied with net 72. In C flight, Myna Johnson was first with net 59 and Carol Beebe and Millie Knapke tied for second at net 65. Lancaster, Guerrero take NBGA tournament G. Lancaster and Jimmy Guerrero shot a 57 to win the 18-hole title of the New Braunfels Golf Association two-man team Nassau tournament at luanda Park Golf Course. E.L. Reid and H. Backerman won the front nine with 28, while four teams tied at 27 on the back nine . B. Thompson and L. Hartzeli; D. Hart and J. Lane; B. Beth and J. Parks; and l^ncaster and Guerrero, lieonard Tuch had the low gross with 67. Tuch, Hart and J. Shoemaker tied for low net at 65. while Guerrero and Reid were at 66. Foursome take Sunday Scramble The team of W. Meewes, B. Glubka, R. Drummond and Emma Wedin shot a 64 to win the Sunday Scramble at l^nda Park Golf Course. Second at 65 was the team of Mr. and Mrs. Pogue, L. Hartzeli and Myra Norris. Two teams tied for third at 66: L. Rowan, S. Hebert, G. Meyers and B. McTavish, and D. Warawa F. Pfieffer, Verna Wilkie and Mary Boyer. The next Sunday Scramble will be March ll at 11:30 a.m. Babe Ruth League to hold meeting The New Braunfels Babe Ruth league will have an organizational meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p m. at the Babe Ruth diamond at Comal Park Anyone interested in youth baseball should attend. For more information, call Lonnie Hadlock at 625-6017 or 625-7468 or Stella Hansmann at 625-9289 Umpires to meet Wednesday The New Braunfels Umpire Association will hold an organizational meeting at the Luanda Recreation Center at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Anyone interested in umpiring during the 198* softball season should attend For more information, call the rec center at 629-6196. Karate classes offered at center The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor karate classes for juniors i ages 6 to 12»from 7 p.m. to 8 p.rn and seniors (13 and olden from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays beginning March 5. The classes will be at the luanda Recreation Center, and they emphasize art, sport, self-defense, self-confidence and conditioning. For more information, call the center at 629-6196 Softball sign-up set March 5*9 Registration for the New Braunfels Softball Association spring season will he March 5-9 from I p m to 8 p m at the I anda Recreation Center. The entry fee for the men's league will he $225 per team plus $5 per player, and the entry fee for the women's and church leagues will he $175 per team plus $5 per player. The pre-season tournament will begin March 19 and league play will begin April 2. For more information, call the rec center at 629-6196 from I p m to 8 p m weekdays. I    Radio/hack Radio i COMPUTER /hack I CENTERS s200 OFF! 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