New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-7entur>g. New Braunfels. Texas
Thursday July 2 1987
Page 11SportsWorldGooden denies drug use during 1986 season
NEW YORK (AP) Dwight Gooden, who continually has denied he used drugs during the 1988 season, was confronted about possible cocaine use last July by the players’ union, according to a published report.
The /Vew York Daily News reported Thursday that the New York Met* pitcher confirmed he met with of finals from the Major League Baseball Players Association last July and discussed the subject Hut Gooden denied then and still denies he used cocaine last season, saying lie only used tile drug before and after the 1988 season, when the Mots won the World Ser ies The Mots are convinced Gooden has not told the truth about his drug use, the newspaper said
He obviously lied to us,” the News quoted an unnamed club official We’re convinced now that he osScoreboardOn the air
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drugs during last season, but he continues to deny it
He says he used the stuff before last season and after last season,” the club official added. ‘ Could he have just stopped Opening Day’ That s hard to believe lie did appear shocked when we told him he tested positive for cocaine during spring training Maybe that was because he was surprised he was caught Drug plagued Hoyt returns to White Sox
CHICAGO < AP) I^aMarr Hoyt, plagued by a series of drug problems in recent years, will return to the
scene of his glory days with the Chicago White Sox.
Hoyt, 32, and winner of the (’> Young Award in 1983 when he helped pitch the White Sox to the \merican t vague West title, agreed in prin t ipal on Wednesday to terms of a new contract with his former team after clearing waivers following his releave from the San Diego Padres
Terms of the contract will be formalized this weekend when Hoyt will meet with White Sox officials But Hoyt will be paid mainly through his $2.8 million cont, act with the Padres which runs through 1989
Himes indicated Hoyt would no! pitch for the White Sox this seasonWilliamssentenced Ellis’ charges dropped
HOUSTON Seattle Supersonics guard Kevin Williams was fined and placed on a year's probation and charges against teammate Dale Ellis were dropped in connection with a nightclub altercation in May.
Williams. 25, was fined $400 and placed on deferred adjudication probation by County Criminal Court Judge Neel Richardson. Williams had been charged with resisting arrest after he allegedly struck the assistant manager of the Ocean Club on May 3 If Williams completes the terms of his probation, his record w ill he cleared.Transactions
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BrieflyGran/in aces at I ee s
Mark Granzin aced the No 8 Ii at Lee 'or J
Tuesday, using a pitching wedge m th. Kl >?■'
Granzin was playing with partnes Jell I iz Ii . » the
third hole in one at the course and the ocond one at. the
sixth holeVolleyball clinic offered
Phyllis Fowler will lead two sessions - f a volley , n clinic at the t anyon Middle Sr h.
The first session runs July I Ll I and the set rind session is scheduled for July 20-24 Both vessrms run Mondo\ through Friday from 9 a in until n< < n.
The cost is $40 and inc ludes a T-shirt Any non-varsity player may participate. Regi.str Ilion is now under way at the (TSI) Office and will ai■■■ t;»k*■ phee on tile first morning of both sessions.
For more information please call 629-6205 or 8994864Officiating classes offered
The New Braunfels Parks and Iv coation Department along with C P Campos and Jesse Garcia will offer the following officiating clinics for youth ares 6-12 a softball clinic July 20-24 a basketball clinic July 27-31, a football clinic Aug 10-14 and a soccer < ii rue Aug. 17-21 Each session has a cost of $15 per mid and each session will run from IO a rn until no* n Monday through Friday
The goal of each session is to teach young people the awareness of good fundamental play arid fundamental officiating I here will be some classroom instruction.
For more information, contact * 'harue Sandberg at 625-5818
Basketball basics July 6 1?
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The course including rue passing Session I, wi
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\ 30 p.m. until 6 p rn.. Th instructors are Chris Douglas and David Simmons. Tuition is $20 For more information or to register, please cai; 620-
6200Locals fare well in Luling
Alary Vaughan and Fernando Gutierrez shot a two day sc re of 130 to take first place in the championship flight of the Luling Watermelon'! hump Golf Tournament on
In second place at 135 was the team of Leonard Turf; and Roger Douglas Jr Don Tiller and Gary Spitzer took third place in the First Flight Tiller was closest to the hole on No. I and Tuch was closest on No. 8 Bal Hoffman had the longest drive of 295 yardsLanda Park sets golf tourneys
The Landa Park Golf Course has announced six tournaments for the summer
I he monthly Guys and Dolls tournament will begin at 9 a m. on July 23 A junior clinic will run July 20-24 from 9 a.rn until 10:30 a rn The program is open to youths 10-18 and will cost $18
The Men s City Championship will be played over two weekends. July 25-26 and Aug 1-2 The Indies City ( hampionship will he played the second weekend. Aug 1-2, along with the Men’s touroa* lent.
The Junior City Championship is scheduled for 9 a rn Aug 14 for players 10-18 The Father/Son Tournament will be played Sept. 27 For details on any of these events, call the Golf Pro Shop at 625-3225.K C Royals camp in Kerrville
The Kansan City Royals baseball team is holding a free ■m nt try out camp for players ages 16-21 on July 3 at 9
rn at Srhriener College in Kerrville American Legion players must have a release form signed by their coach or post commander All players .should bring their own equipment, in-
•1‘Lng atchers All players must pay their own expenses
Fur more information, contact Terry Wetzell of the
Roy als at 713 > 240-7542 or Coach Bob Henry at Schriener
College at 898-5237.
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