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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 31, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Thursday, January 31, 1991 Heiald Zdtung, New Braunfels, Texas Page J- NBHS swimming team makes debut at SA meet The New Braunfels High School swimming team received its first taste of competition over the weekend, as the Unicorns were one of 36 schools participating in the San Antonio 'invitational Swimming Championships. Freshman Jamie Sheridan led New Braunfels with an eighth-place finish in the 200 freestyle and came within .OI seconds of placing in the HK) breast stroke. Other strong performances were turned in by Jason Chew in the IOO butterfly and HK) breast stroke, Hillary Prod?now in the 50 freestyle and HK) hack stroke, and by Rcbekah Moschcau in the 200 freestyle. The Unicorns* 2(K) medley relay team of Procknow, Jennifer Arnold, Sheridan and Stephanie Lucas finished 11th, while the 200 freestyle relay team of Procknow, Jennifer Schoch, Rcbekah Moschcau and Sheridan placed IQth. Coach Nancy Sheridan said the San Antonio meet, which featured more than 400 swimmers, was a Stern ojiciiing test for her athletes. “This was a difficult first meet for the kids, but it gave them a taste of some of the best competition in the state,” she said. Although the swim team was only officially formed in November, the group plans on competing in its first district meet ig two weeks. “Because our district (25-SA) docs not have a swimming program, we had to petition to be allowed to participate in some other arca district. AII the paper* work took time, which bm caused us,to miss a great deal of the swimming season/* Sheridan said. “However, we arc swimming now in District 27 and are developing the nucleus of a good team. We expect to be strong competitors in the upcoming district meet on Feb. 16.” Swimmers at Canyon High School arc also working to establish a team and hope to represent the school in UIL district competition pcxt year. , Four swimmers from Canyon competed in the San Antonio meet, with the relay team of Joel Brenton, Mathew Flume, Steve Hannah and Jared Rosson finishing tSth. Day lights it up for Razorbacks Arkansas blows out UAB, begins to set sights on top-ranked UNLV By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alabama-Birmingham Coach Gene Bartow says the Feb. IO matchup between No. 2 Arkansas and No. I Nevada-Las Vegas will be interesting. Banow’s Blazers lost 104-72 to Arkansas (21-1) Wednesday night. On Dec. I, in a game played at Vancouver, British Columbia, UAB lost 109-68 to UNLV. “They are two phenomenal teams,’’ Bartow said after Wednesday’s loss. “What makes Arkansas tough is they keep coming at you, at you.’* Bartow said he thinks the 1-2 rankings of UNLV and Arkansas are accurate, but “Arkansas will have the advantage at home.’’ UAB (13-8) stayed close to Arkansas throughout the first half, which ended with the Razorbacks up by just four points, 46-42. The opening period saw the score tied 11 times, and the lead change hands IO times. But in the fast five minutes of the second half,Todd Day hit 10ofhis33 points to spark a 21-2 surge that gave Arkansas firm control. Razorback Cooch Nolan Richardson said Day’s efforts, following his five-point game Saturday at Baylor, showed what a good player he is. “Todd Day’s performance just goes to show you never know about a player,’’ Richardson said. “Everyone has bad days and Todd had one at Baylor. But he showed what a good player he is.’* Day also led Arkansas in rebounds with a career-high ll, and went 8-for-8 at the free-throw line. Roosevelt Wallace added 17 for Arkansas and Miller had 14. Andy Kennedy led UAB with 20, Elbert Rogers had 13 and Stanley Jackson and Jack Kramer added 12 each. Dexter Cambridge came off the bench to score a career-high 26 points as Texas won its sixth straight conference game, defeating Southern Methodist 96-80. Cambridge sparked the Longhorns in the first half, scoring 15 points. During one three-minute stretch, the 6-7 junior from the Bahamas scored 13 straight points as Texas (13-5,7-1) jumped to a 35-23 advantage with 4:18 left before intermission. The Longhorns convened 4-of-8 3-point attempts in the first half, but only 2-of-10 in the second. Cambridge was 11-of-18 from the floor, including two 3-pointers. Before Wednesday, the Mustangs (9-10, 4-4) had won six of their last seven games. Tim Mason led the Mustangs with 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting from the field. Mike Wilson followed with 17 and Chad Allen 13. Kelvin Crawford scored 17 points as Texas Christian used a balanced attack to beat Texas Tech 72-66. The victory was Coach Moe lba\s 199th career win.    * TCU (13-5, 5-3) held an 18-point lead, 54-36, early in the second haft but had to regroup as the Red Raided rallied to pull to within two points on Bryant Moore’s 3-pointer with 3:12 left in the game. Texas Tech (6-15,2-6) equalled the Homed Frogs from the field, shooting 52 percent. Dana Hardy and Marvin Moore scored 23 and 18 points respectively to lead Rice to a come-from-behind 102-96 victory over Baylor. The 102 points were the mosi scored by Rice (8-10,3-5) this season. David Wesley led Baylor (9-8,3-6) with a season-high 35 points. The game seesawed back and for thin a first half which featured three ties and nine lead changes. Klingler decision to be announced today HOUSTON (AP) — University of Houston Coach John Jenkins hopes the NFL draft doesn’t strike twice in the same spot. Heisman Trophy winner Andre Ware skipped his senior season with the Cougars last year in favor of the NFL and his replacement, quarterback David Klingler, planned to announce today if he’ll make the same decision. The Houston Post quoted sources Wednesday as saying Klingler, who set or tied 33 NCAA records last season, would remain for his senior year with the Cougars. Klingler refused to confirm the report. * ’The decision is made, I was just trying to find a time convenient for me to hold a news conference.” Klingler said. “It’s amazing how many things have been said that supposedly I said or somebody else said. So tomorrow, we’re going to set the record straight.’’ Ware passed up his senior season with the Cougars and became the first-round draft pick of the Detroit Lions. He signed a four-year contract worth a reported $52 million.SportsworldUIL looks into expanding playoffs AUSTIN (AP) — A University Interscholastic League panel is gathering information about three plans that would change the state high school playoff structure for the 1992-93 and 1993-94 school ycar.>, according to a report. The three concepts apply to all team sports and arc aimed at compensating for different enrollments among schools in all classes, the Austin Amtricun-S tales man said Wednesday. One idea would send three teams in all districts and all classifications to the state playoffs. Another would expand only Class 5A playoff brackets to three teams. Tile UIL’s legislative council Tuesday also asked for input on a proposal dial would allow four playoff teams from each district. The measure would set up divisions widiin each eight-team district. lf division winners did not meet in die state playoffs, IO state football champions and 40 other team w inners would be crowned each school year. UIL Director Bailey Marshall said staff members will solicit comments on the proposals at several February meetings around the state. The 24-mcmbcr legislative council will meet March K in Austin for public hearings and vote March IO on policy affecting UIL realignment for the 1992-93 and 1993-94 school years. Walsh turns down Tampa Bay job TAMPA, Fla. (AP) —Tampa Bay's bid to lure Bill Walsh hack to coaching have fallen short. Owner Hugh Culvcrhouse said the former San Francisco 49crs coach has decided to continue his broadcasting career with NBC. Culvcrhouse said in a statement released by the Buccaneers that both he and Bucs administrator Phi! Krueger had discussed the job opening with Walsh, who led the 49crs to three Super Bowl championships before retiring after the 1988 season. Hic statement added that the Bucs hope to name their new coach within a week. Culvcrhouse is also expected to talk with former Philadelphia Eagles Coach Buddy Ryan about the opening, and Krueger said permission had been obtained lo interview New York Giants Defensive Coordinator Bill Beli-chick. Sanders to play baseball in Atlanta, too NEW YORK (AP) — Dcion Sanders will be taking his show to Atlanta next season, uniting his baseball and football careers in the same city. Sanders, an outfielder who also plays cornerback for the Atlanta Falcons, agreed to a one-year, $650,000 contract with the Braves’ farm team at Richmond of the Class AAA International League. Sanders hit just .158 for the New York Yankees in 133 at-bats last season and was released after he left the team to join the Falcons. Sanders will play baseball through July 31 and then will report to the Falcons. He gets a $150,000 signing bonus and a $500,000 salary, whether he is in the majors or minors. College Hall of Fame adds a dozen NEW YORK (AP) — In 1971, Auburn quarterback Pat Sullivan edged Cornell running back Ed Marinara for the Heisman Trophy. On Wednesday, both were winners. Sullivan, Marinara and 1969 Heisman winner Steve Owens of Oklahoma were among 12 players and three coaches named to the college football Hall of Fame. Also selected were receiver Fred Biletnikoff of Florida State, running back L. Parker Hall of Mississippi, defensive back Kenny Easley of UCLA, end Hub Bechic! of Texas and linemen Alex Karras of Iowa, Bobby Bell of Minnesota, George Savitsky of Pennsylvania, James Stillwagon of Ohio State and Wayne Meylan of Nebraska. The three former coaches elected to the Hall were Dave Maurer of Wittenberg, Tommy Prothro of Oregon State and UCLA and Allyn McKeen of Memphis State and Mississippi Slate. The new members will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the National Football Foundation’s awards winner Dec. IO in New York. The foundation sponsors the Hall of Fame.Sizeable striper George Rosales and his son Joshua Paul caught this 26-pound striped bass in the Guadalupe River just below the Mission Valley Mill on Saturday morning. The fish measured 39 inches in length.ScoreboardBaseball clinic tonight with SF pitching coach l-urry Hardy, the San Francisco Giants’ minor league pitching coordinator, will conduct a free baseball clinic unlay from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Academy Street Gym. The clinic is geared to middle schoolers and upper elementary school kids, bul high school students arc also welcome. Parents and coaches arc also invited to attend. Hardy pitched at the major league level for San Diego and Houston, and has been a pitching coach for the Astros, Toronto Blue Jays and now the Giants. The clinic will attempt lo cover all phases of the game, from individual to leant play. Beginning with the basics of throwing, each position will Ik* covered in this order: pitcher, catcher, first base, infield, outfield. Offensive play, bunting, base stealing and situations will be discussed after that. Questions will be fielded throughout the program.Davis aces hole #7 at Landa Park course Jim Davis shot a holc-in-onc on Tuesday on the IHI -yard seventh hole at the Landa Park Golf Course. His playing partners were Jack Abshirc, Bob Thompson and ILL. Reid.Kllefoth, Will team up to win NBGA tournament Bob Klicfoth and Ken Will shot a 60 on Friday lo take firs* place in the New Braunfels Golf Association's two-man team better ball tournament. Tying for second with 61s were the team of Royce Slaven and Robert Johnson, and the team of Cliff Nelson and Ronnie Schcel.On The Air THURSDAY 6 p m — College basketball: Ohio State at Michigan State. ESPN 6 30 p rn. — Co lege basketoall: Tula ne at South Carolina. HSE 7 30 p m — Pro basketball: Chicago at San Antonio. KSAT. 8pm— College baske ital North Carolina at Clemson. ESPN 9pm— College basketball: Washington al Arizona Stale. HSE. 9 35 pm— Pro basketball: Atlanta at LA Lakers. TBS 11pm. — College basketball: Wyoming a1 Hawaii. ESPN Midnight — College basketball: Colorado Stale at BYU HSE FRIDAY I p m — Goll Senior PCA Royal Carri-bean Classic, first round, ESPN 3pm — God LPGA Oldsmobile Classic, second round. ESPN 6pm— College hockey Maine al Northeastern. HSE 7pm — Pro basketball Detroit al Wastunglon. TNT 8 p m — Boxing Tony Martin vs. Donald Allison. |uniot welterweights. ESPN. 11pm — Boxing from Orlando. Fla, HSELocal Sports FRIDAY 5 p m — Boys basketball Hays at Canyon 9th. JV. varsity 5pm — Boys basketball: Lockhart al Smithson Valley 9th, JV. varsity 5pm — Soccer Clemens al Smithson Valley JV. varsity. 5pm — Soccer Seguin at Canyon JV. varsity 5pm— Girls basket>all Smithson Valley 9th, JV. varsity al Lockhart 5pm— Girts basketoall Canyon 9lh JV. varsity at Hays 5 45pm - Boys baske ba ft San Marcos al New Braunfels JV. varsity. 5 45 p rn — Girls basketball New Braun leis J V, varsity al San Marcos 6pm— Soccer Boerne al New Braun leis JV. varsity SATURDAY 6pm Soccer New Braunfels JV. varsity al San Marcos Iii individual play, Slavcn and Hill tied for A flight honors at 66, while Nelson and Schcel lied for third at 67. Danny Hill had the low gross score of 68, while Jerry Fly Im was closest to the pin on Kl2 and Bruce Weldy was closest on K5.Lands Park Golf Course sets upcoming tourneys Tile Landa Bark Golf Course will host five golf tournaments by Valentine’s Day. The Legends tournament will begin at 9:30 a.rn on Wednesday, with a Guys and Dolls tournament on Feb. 5, also beginning at 9:30 a.m. Another Legends event will be at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 7. l ite monthly Sunday Scramble will begin al 11:30 a m. on Feb. IO, with a Guys and Dolls tournament on Feb. 14 starting at 9:30 a m.Softball registration concludes on February 10 Tile registration deadline for the New Braunfels Softball Association is Feb. IO. All rosters and fees arc due at that lime. There will be a meeting at Miller Beer at 6 p.m. on that date. Anyone interested in grounds keeping for the NBSA for the months March through October should contact the association. The deadline for field maintenance is Feb. I. Possible leagues include men’s B, C and I), women’s, church and men’s over 35. Rosters may be obtained from Glenda or the NBSA, P.O. Box 310276, New Braunfels, TX 78130-0276. Contact Glenda at 625-2367 in the day or 620-7743 in the evenings, lf interested in grounds keeping, write lo the above address. Lucky Strikers, 3 We Be Bad High series: Leo da Yasm. 508 High game: Lenda Yasin, 218 Stamp Lickers: 1. Es lateens. 2. Bedrock Bowlers/Alley Oops!ost Souls/Best Effort/ Bowling Stones (5-way Ie). High sarias: women Jennifer Edison. 531; men David Young. 572. High gam#: women Jennifer Ellison. 212, men-David Young. 216. Prime Timers: 1. Pure Grit/The Quiet Ones (lie); 3. Swingers High series women-Mefea Kraft 558. men David Albrecht. 527 High game women Dons Duffy, 213; men-Gus Kaderli. 239 Thursday Night Ladies: 1. Louises Beauty Salon, 2 Hair Dos by Lots/Texas Postal Servica High striae Jo Ann Delano, 576 High gam#: Jo Ann Delano. 216 T.G.I.F.: 1 Surfside Pool 6 Spa. 2 Los Ortegas/14K ol N B Wholesale Destruction (3-way be) High series: women Dons Fox. 514; men Joe Ortega. 617. High gam# woman-Claudia Sportsman. 190; men Charlie He idol 235. Sunday Night Mixed: 1 Hoi Shots/Pm Busters (Ie); 3. Hooter's Follies High series women Jeanette Balize! 456; men John Battled. 564 High game women Jeanette Balded, 168. men-John Balded. 227. Pea Wea's (agas 3-7): 1. #2. 2 Strike Queens. 3 91 High series (2 games w/ bumpers) gvts Cryslal Vela. 177; boys Aaron Givcia. 152 High gam#: girts Crystal Veta, 101; boys Aaron Garcia. 67 •amarna (aga* 5-8): I. Little Rascals. 2 #5. 3. 66. High sanes (2 games): girls Merritt Bernal. 157, boys Joseph Slaughter. 161. High game: grls Marissa Bernal. 94, boys-Rent Tristan Jr. 113 Prep# (agas 9-11): I. 69; 2. Pros/#n (ba). High sarias girls Stephanie Hoover 339, boys Alan Butcha. 399 High game girlsJemie Davidson. 128. boys-PhiUips Guess, 166 JrsJfrs. (ages 12-21): 1    #3/#8/fS (3 way be) High series girls B J. Zercher. 494. boyt Pete Martinez 111,661 High game gUls-B J Zercher. 194; boya-Pete Martinez NI. 242 NBA Ail Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE ASentic Division    W    L    Pct. GB Boston    32    ll    .744 — Philadelphia    23    19    548 8* New York    19    24    442    13 Washington    19    24    .442    13 New Jersey    14    29    326    18 Miami    ll    33    250 21* Central Division Detroit    32    13    711 — Chicago    29    12    707    I MSwaukoe    27    18    600    5 Atlanta    24    19    556    7 Induna    18    24    429    12* Cleveland    14    29    326    17 Charlotte    13    29    310    17* WESTERN CONFERENCE Iftdwett Division W    I    Pct. GB San Antonio    30    11    732    — Utah    28    15    651    3 Houston    23    20    535    8 Dadas    15    26    366    15 Mnnosota    14    27    341    16 Den vet    12    30    286    18* Orlando    11    33    250    20* Pacific Division Portland    37    7    841    — LA Lakers    31    11    738    5 Phoenix    28    14    667    8 Golden State    24    17    585    11* Seattle    19    22    463    16* LA Clippers    15    28    349    21* Sacramento    12    29    293    23* Wednesday s Games Boston 144, Orlando 102 Detroit 93. Cleveland 84 Indiana 123. Charlotte 105 Phoenix 115, Miami 104 Minnesota 95. Sacramento86 Today s Games Washington al New York. 6 30 p rn Seattle at Houston. 7 30p rn Chicago at San Antonio. 7 30 p rn New Jersey at Denver 8 30 p rn Portland al Utah. 8 30pm LAClippers at Golden State 9 30 p rn Atlanta at LA Lakers. 9 30 p rnBowling Hare ara (ha weekly standings and results bom the Comal Bowl Monday Afternoon Ladies: I. Shadow Park; 2. Meckel Deer Processing; 3. 06M Services/Hazel's Gift Shoppe (ba). High sanes: Lulu Seige. 527 High game: Lulu Seige 199 Monday lite Ladies: I. NS Matbess A Furniture. 2 #7; 3 Century 21 Norris Realty High sanes Him Slangs. 536 High game Ratty WuesL 226. City Tan Pin: 1. Surfside Pool A Spa; 2. Moby Joe s; 3. Landa Pharmacy High sarias: Donald Slangs. 649. High game Bobby Bartelso Tuesday Morning Ladies: 1. Rscycted Teenagers; 2. McKenna Hospital Aux Wary, 3. Three Sulkers High series: Lots Dretorodt 525 High game Joyco Kramer. 194. Swingtime Seniors: 1. Tubers; 2. Recycled Teens; 3. Go Getters High series: women Florence Citty. 513; men-John Won neb. 587. High game women-MNNe Beck. 204, men John WonneU. 226. Night Owls: 1. Four Acos/Slrifce Seekers/ Windy HW/The Aggies (4-way Na). High series womenLenda Yasin. 522, men-Gene Boyd. 623 High game: women Lenda Yasin. 199, men Gene Boyd. 235 Industrial: 1. La Farge Corp; 2. Wran glen. 3 TXI NI. High series Arnold Quinn. 544 High gams: T J. Aaron. 202 Tuesday Night Mixad: 1. Strike Force; 2 Mr Bogtoots Bowlers; 3 Bee Gee SB's High series women Rhonda Lawis. 474; man Elmo Silva, 505 High gam# women Rhonda Lawis. 185; men George Lombardo. 218 KaRa# Klatsch; 1. Louisa's Beauty Salon. 2. Retired Angels; 3. The 4th Dimension High series Jo Ann Delano 570 High gam# Jo Ann Delano, 223 •all A Chain: 1. Salt A Pepper, 2 Erben Electric; 3 Henze AcoountingLaFarga (be) High series: women-Sandra Payne, 555; mert Donald Slangs 605 Nigh game women Lois Dretorodt 221; men-Oonald Slangs. 245 Classic League: 1. Los Ortegas; 2 Young Guns; 3 Milter Lits/Roadway Express (tie) High series: Andy Chappal 673 High game Andy Chappell. 245 Leading Ladies: I AAA Mini StersQS. 2College Scores Wednesday's College Basketball EAST Georgetown 59. Si Jotm s 53 SOUTH Duke 77. Georgia Tach 75 Mississippi St 82. LSU79 MIDWEST Indiana 73. Wisconsin 57 Iowa SI. 82. Oklahoma 79 ;