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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ’Alert' Lakers edge the Pacers, 118-108 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Los iigeles Coach Pat Riley thinks he hould thank the weatherman for the Akers’ NBA victory over Indiana. The Lakers were delayed by bad /esther in Atlanta after winning 102-• Wednesday night. “Having the alay might have helped our layers,” Riley said after Thursday light’s 118-108 victory over the *acers, the only game on the NBA chedule. “They seemed alert and Bore alive. Maybe we should thank he weatherman for that.” Magic Johnson, who is leading the Akers in scoring for the first time in is career, had 29 points, grabbed IO abounds and had ll assists against he Pacers. Indiana Coach Jack Ramsay said he Pacers were unable to get con-istent play against the leakers’ fast ireak. The Lakers grabbed an early lead md held off a Pacer surge in the bird quarter, when Steve kipanovich scored IO of his 2S points, ndiana trailed 84-76 but scored seven NBA By Th* Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct. GB Boston 28 11 718 _ Philadelphia 23 17 .575 5 Vi Washington 19 19 500 8 Vi New York 13 26 333 15 New Jersey Central Division 11 28 282 17 Detroit 25 12 676 _ Atlanta 25 13 658 Vi Milwaukee 25 17 .595 2 Vi Chicago 20 17 .541 5 Indiana 20 20 500 6Vi Cleveland 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 25 375 11 Vi Dallas 25 14 641 _ Utah 22 16 579 2 Vi Houston 20 19 513 5 Denver 18 23 439 8 Sacramento 12 26 316 12Vi San Antonio Pacific Division 11 29 275 14 Vi L.A. Lakers 32 8 .800 - Portland 24 17 585 8 Vi Golden State 23 19 .548 10 Seattle 20 18 .526 11 Phoenix 16 24 .400 16 L A. Clippers 5 34 .128 26 Vi Thursday’s Gams L A. Lakers 118, Indiana 108 Today's Games Atlanta at Boston Seattle at New Jersey Phoenix at Washington New York at Houston Cleveland at Chicago Golden State at Utah Detroit at L A Clippers Sacramento at Portland Saturday's Gamas LA. Lakers at Dallas Seattle at Atlanta Phoenix at Indiana Washington at Houston New York at San Antonio Chicago at Cleveland Milwaukee at Denver Detroit at Sacramento straight points to pull within one. Stipanovich had four in that streak. ‘Indiana was playing harder and harder,” Riley said of the comeback. “Finally we took control. They’re a young, agressive team, and they play hard. They certainly made us work tonight.” Free throw contest takes place tonight More than IOO sharp-shooters will take to the court Saturday afternoon in the “Elks Hoop Shoot.” Conducted by the New Braunfels Elks lx>dge #2279, the contest will match the top three boy and girl free throw shooters between the ages of 8 and 13 from the various schools in Comal County, and from a preliminary shoot off last Saturday. The contest will take place at the New Braunfels High School Gym at 1:30 p.m. Age as of April I, 1987 will be used to determirc the following categories: 8-9,10-11 and 12-13. Trophies will be awarded for first, second, and third place winners in each division. The first place winners [Sports World_ will advance to the district shoot off in Gonzales on Feb. 7. Steve Heynis, coordinator of the event, said more than three million youngsters take part in the nationwide contest. The winners of the contest nationally will have their names placed in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Approximately 600 children took part in the program locally this year, but Heynis said that he expects that number to nearly double next year because this is the first time the program has been sponsored in New Braunfels in more than a decade. The event is open to the public at no charge. Cath upsets top-seeded Lendl MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australian Davis Cup hero Pat Cash battled for over four hours before toppling top-seeded Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia today to advance to the men’s final of the $1.65 million Australian Open Tennis Championships at Kooyong. Cash, 21, the lith seed, moved into the first Grand Slam final of his career by outdueling l^ndl 7-6 (7-1), 5-7,7-6 (7-5), 6-4 in a struggle between two of the most powerful players in the world. Tile fiery Cash will meet defending champion Stefan Edberg of sweden, the fourth seed, in Sunday’s final. Edberg romped to a 6-2,6-4, 7-6 (9-7) victory over unseeded Australian Wally Masur in today’s other semifinal. The women’s final will be on Saturday, with defending champion Martina Navratilova of Fort Worth, Texas meeting Czechoslovakia’s Hana Mandlikova. Cash, who will be playing in only the fourth Grand Prix tournament final of his career, defeated Lendl for the first time in five career meetings. He will be aiming to become the first Australian to win the title since Mark Edmondson did it in 1976. Cash, a former U.S. Open and Wimbledon semifinalist, faced Edberg in the opening match of the Davis Cup final against Sweden at Kooyong last month, beating the 21-year-old Swede in straight sets to spark Australia’s 3-2 victory. Edberg won their only other meeting. Lendl had prepared on grass for three weeks prior to the Open, but Cash played him evenly and showed tremendous concentration on the key points. Cash broke serve for a 5-3 lead in the fourth set, only to drop his own serve. But he broke Lendl again to clinch the victory after the Czech missed a couple of easy volleys. Richardton Iotas daughter, game Baylor Coach Gene Iba said his basketball team just wouldn’t give up although it appeared several times that Arkansas had sewed up the victory. But Baylor held on for a 63-62 Southwest Conference victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks in a game overshadowed by the tragic death of Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson’s daughter. Scoreboard On th* air FRIDAY 3 p.m. - GOM RGA Rho#nu Open Second round. ESPN 7 p.m. - Basketball Now York at Houston. WTBS. S p.m. - Tennis: Australian Open; Women s final, ESPN. SATURDAY Noon - Basketball: Arisons at Illinois. KMOL 12:30 p m - Basketball: W Kentucky at I Qua tan* State. KENS 12:30 pm - Hockey: Calgary et Boston, ESPN. 1 p.m. - Basketball: TCO st Houston, KSAT. 2 p.m. - Basketball: Notra Dame al UCLA, KMOL. 2:30 p m. - Basketball: L A Lakers at Dallas, KENS 3:30 p m - God PGA Pboenit Open, third round, KSAT. 7 p m - Basketball: Georgia Tech st North Carolina, ESPN. S p m - Tennis: Austrian Open, man's final, ESPN. PRIDAY •SATURDAY ** Soccer: New Braunfels at Alamo Heights tournament. District 13-4A Local sports It, JV. PRIDAY AJO pin. - Soccer Memorial st Smithson Valley. • pin. uaaoilu rn# ftmMAamAfli UrMau wgWPIVB gpVMIRBMwV fPBf * i p.m. — Girts basketball: Canyon Bdl, JV, weby at Lockhart. I ain. - OMS bask athel: Smithson VaNsy IM. JV. earthy at Clemens. S pin. - Boys basketball Lockhart Bdl, JV, eaiehy at Canyon (Parents' Basketball Standings BOYS Teem Fredericksburg New Braunfels Clement Kerrville Tivy Hays Lockhart Smithson Valley Boerne Canyon Today s Gamas Lockhart st Canyon Clemens si Smithson Valley Kerrville Tivy vs. Boerne Hays vs. Fredericksburg New Braunfels idle GIRLS Boerne Fredericksburg Have New Braunfels Kerrville Tivy Canyon Clemens Smithton Valley Lockhart Today's Games Smithson VaMoy at Clemens Canyon st Lockhart foams vs. Tivy Fredericksburg vs. Hays New Braunfels idie Lost I 1 2 2 6 6 5 7 • 1 2 3 3 4 f 7 I IO College scores By Th* Associated Prose EAST CanisiusSI. Siena 72 Niagara 112. Vermont 76 St. Joseph's st Rutgers, ppd snow Yale at Army. ppd. snow SOUTH Alabama SS. Auburn 82 Furman 93. Citadel 77 Georgia St. SB, Texas Sen Antonio 86 Hardin Simmons 107, Mercer 106.20T Jacksonville et N C Charlotte, ppd enow Louisiana Tech SB. N Texas St 71 LomsviMe SI. Cincinnati 66 NE Louisiana 66, Texas-Arlington 76 Nicholls St. 67, Prairie View 62 North Carolina 76. Wake Forest 63 Vs. Commonwealth TS, Richmond 66 Virginia 61. Georgia Tach SS MIDWEST Iowa 101, Indians SS Kansas SS. Nebraska 66 Michigan St. SI. Wisconsin TS Purdue 87. Winoie SS, OT SOUTHWEST Saylor 63. Arkansas 62 Lamar 63. SE Louisiana 68 Texaafl Paw 74. Colorado St. 70. OT Tuha71.IMinoisSt.SS PAR WMT Brigham Young 87, Air Pore* SS CaNfomie 82. Alison* SI, 20T CaMrvina SS, Now Mexico St. SO Nav.-La# Vegas 104, Long Beach St 74 Orason 77, Washington >7 Orason Bt SS, Washington St. 48 Stanford SB. Ariaana St. SS UMH St SS, Ptdhrtpn St. SS. 20T Wyoming 7f, Son Diego St TO Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuning up Friday, January 23,1987 Page9A Smithson Valley's soccer team, pictured above with the white collars in Tuesday's 5-2 victory over Seguin, will again be at home today in the school's second game of the season. The Rangers will host San Antonio Memorial at 4:30 p.m. Getting under way a half-hour later will be New Braunfels, playing Central Catholic in the opening round of the Alamo Heights tournament. The Unicorns are 0-1 on the young season. Canyon, also 0-1, will not play again until Tuesday. Briefly Yvonne Richardson, 15, died earlier in the day in a Tulsa hospital after a two-year battle with leukemia. A moment of silence was observed before the game started. The Arkansas-Baylor game was the only SWC game Thursday night. All teams are off tonight. Frank Williams hit two free throws and grabbed a crucial rebound in the final 21 seconds to lead the Bears to victory. Williams scored 15 points. “This was a very big win for us,’* Iba said. "About four times in the second half Arkansas had us beat. For the first time since I’ve been at Baylor, our players wouldn’t let that happen. “Arkansas obviously had a lot of things on its mind before the game, but I thought to their credit, played very hard for 40 minutes,” Iba added. Baylor, 9-7 overall, is now 4-2 in the Southwest Conference before beginning a two-game road trip next week to Houston and Texas AAM. Arkansas, 11-8 overall, falls to 2-4 in the SWC. Michael William was the leading scorer for Baylor with 16 points. The Razorbacks. led by six points, 61-56, with 2:45 remaining in the game. But the Bears made their final 8-point surge to the finish. Gooden placed on probation TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — New York Mets pitching ace Dwight Gooden was placed on probation and ordered to perform community service with the police department after pleading no contest today to violently resisting arrest and battery on a police officer. The charges grew out of a Dec. 13 confrontation with police after Gooden. 22. was stopped for an alleged traffic infraction and ariled for his driver’s license. He faced a maximum sentence of IO years in prison and a $10,000 fine. “I’m happy with the way things worked out,” the 1985 National League Cy Young award winner said outside the courthouse. He said he thought the outcome was in his best interest and gave him the opportunity to concentrate on baseball. CHS Athletic Club meets Wednesday The Canyon Athletic Booster Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the Canyon High School Commons on Wednesday. Members of the Canyon soccer team will be introduced, plus a tour of the new athletic complex will be conducted by Comal ISI) Superintendent Bill Brown. Organizational meeting for baseball leagues set An organizational meeting for the New Braunfels American Little I^eague/T-Ball league will take place at 7 p.m on Tuesdas in the First Federal Savings meeting room. The election of officers and appointment of committees and coaches for 1987 will be undertaken. Parents of players are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Martin Allen at 625-2016. D' select team tryouts take place on Saturday Tryouts for the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club I)’ select team have been rescheduled for this Saturday. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. at H E B. Field No. 5. Youth soccer players born in 1977 are invited to tryout. Co-Rec volleyball forming for spring The New Braunfels Co-Rec Volleyball Spring league is now orming. The entry fee of $50 sponsor and $5 Der player is due by Jan. 28 at the Parks and Recreation office. For more information, call 625-•818 Racquetball tourney set for Feb. 13-15 The Forest Waters L<»dge will host the Forest Waters Racquetball lavers tournament on Feb. 13-15. The $15 entry fee includes a tournament T-shirt, continental breakfast, dinner and prizes to first, second and consolation winners in each division. To register, call Mark at 651-6513. Rec Department offers Panther hike The New Braunfels Parks and Rec reation Department is offering a hike up Panther Canyon on Saturday at 10 a.m. There is a $1 fee and all ages are welcome. For more information contact Mark Peltier at 625-5818. Umpire's meeting set for Feb. 7 The Amateur Softball Association District 40 Umpire s meeting will take place on Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at Wholesale Beers off IH 35 by the Western Steer. 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