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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports I uesday June 9 198/ Herald-Zeitung f4ew Braunfels Te/as Page Boston tries to even series Los Angeles: Celtics proved they are physically able BOS TON AP The Boston Celtics were sup prised to fir- fun hurt and tun tired to win a name against tin* Los Angeles Lakers l'.ul now that the Celtics have reduced Los Angeles' advantage in the NBA championship series to 2 I .mr! held fti#* I .akers’ running game in check therr- will tie no more lame excuses after tonight's (tame tat Boston Carder) They've plover! they aren't so hanged up." Lakers guard Magic .Johnson said Now that that’s over we can get hack to basketball " I hr* f 'cities were bothered rlui mg the season and the playoffs by t series of ankh* knee and foot in juries that hobbled starters Robert Parish, Kevin McHale anti I ninny Vmge and deprived t hr* bench of Bill VV alton anti Scott Wed in an All the talk about them being injured took away from how. great we were playing" said guard Byron Scott who had a total of 64 points in the two Los \ngeles victories but scored four in the ion BM defeat on Sunday Now they’ve beaten us anti they re nut injured anymore " I didn t see anyone limping out on the floor " Lakers Coach Pat Riley said "They hat! sr) many injuries this season that it became part of their picture and ultimately pulled them togethei Blowout losses in the first two games had the i 'cities believing they weren’t physically capable of stripping thr* Lakers tint Ainge said Sunday’s victory proved something Its a frustrating feeling Ainge said of the two los es I think that frustration is gone It s tiack tr> reality Vmge * as at midcourt when the clock ran out in frame 5 and ho lammed the trail to the floor in jubilation We gave eveiything we twirl and finally won sairf Ainge who misled three earlier playoff games with a knee pi un In the first two games. it seemer I Ilk. everything ac tried to do wr* still NBA National Basketball Association By Th*- Associator! Press CHAMPIONSHIP Tu*-vday, June J Los Angeles 126 Boston I l f Thursday's Game Uis Angeles I ll Boston 122 Sunday s Game Boston loo I/is Angeles 1(115, Uis Angeles leads series 2 I Today's Game I/is Angeles al Boston Thursday's Game I .os Angeles at Boston Sunday's Game Boston at Los Angeles if necessary Tuesday s Game Boston at Los Angeles if necessary couldn’t stop them When we finally did it th** emotion just came out Mr Hale despite a stress frac ture in his right foot, had 21 points and IO rebounds two more than his total for the* first two games Parish who has aggravated an ankle injury several times during the play riffs, had foul trouble but still scored I*. points in 20 minutes Riley and the* Lakers said that if they can cor red a few shortcomings tonight they will over crime the* Celtics, although they have won 85 cif their last 87 games at Boston1 iarden Wr- feel like- we did it to ourselves thew didn I do it to us. Johnson said Not boxing out really killed us In the first two games, it was so easy to sr ore ariel get good shots that we- got frivolous with our stint selection thinking that anything would go in Riley sairl It s a subconscious thing If you ask them it thew were overconfident thew ll say no In Leis Angeles, we pushed the- trail up c onstant ly, we- kept going guard Michael Cooper said What we did Sunday was push it fora minute or two then get caught up in the- < cities’ pace Riley was most upset at the ( cities VI ti re hounding advantage in Came .5 ‘We got pushed around underneath the basket " Riley said We won t w in if we get out rebounded like that Boston is trying to become the first team to repeat as NBA champions sinc e the 1969 ( cities That year Boston also lost the first two games of the best of seven series in Los Angeles then came back to win the title in seven games But Johnson brushed off the historical significance of the- series “ 1969° I was IO years old then ' he said This is 1987 and we re just try ing to win this one Johnson said he didn’t see that either team has a psychological edge at this point in the- series Their confidence level is muc h higher than it was hut we're still up 2-1 ' Johnson said My philosophy is that the best team will win no mat ter what When you get to the finals you have to believe they can't psych you out and you r in t psych them out Boston Coach KC Jones said however that the* Celtics could have confidence problems if they c an force the- series hack to ( alifornia even if the;, win all three games in Boston I think when we Inst nine* in a row tin the road in February it affec ted rn psychologically and we haven t gotten over it yet Jones said But I can't deal with that problem yet We still have two games to win at home Forty-si/ tenn Memorial Tov Der/I Clark f layers cor . k Hue se'Finals postponed in Hueser tourney Schultz to work on NCAA image KANSAS (IIN Mo AP Vlthough he Arm t take charge of the N( V A tor about a year Dick Schultz is going right to work on the sometimes tattered image cif the governing body of t rillege sports The common perception cif most people you talk to is that the V AA is some tun eaut I atle organization iii Kansas < Tty that makes all fhe*se con troversial decisions, when the NCAA is us said Schultz who has signed a five year contract to succeed Walter Byers as NCAA executive director Maybe one of the biggest contrib!! Bons I can make might be in the first four of five months is by getting around and visiting with different groups and tx*mg able to have an ex change with them How do other people view us ' he asked I think that s one of the* tug gent challenges to bring reality and perception together The individual institutions have to play a larger role in solving the problems of inter collegiate athletics The problems of college sports will become Schultz problems when he takes over for Bvers. who has run the NCAA since 1947 and became ex ecutive director when the post was created in 1951 Schultz and Byers appeared at a news conference Monday to an nounce the NCAA Executive t om mittee s poorly kept secret that it had chosen Schultz as Bvers replace ment Schultz describing himself as very honored very humbled noted he will simply be another member of the staff until Byers of finally steps down no later than Aug '-I 1988 Byers 65 will become executive director emeritus until Aug ti 1990 I will be in the process of learning about this organization Believe me there is a lot to learn said st bult/ 57 who since 1981 has been athleGi director at V lr gin i a There is no question as to who is in charge of the N( AA until that time come* about And right now no one knows hen that date will be schultz said he will take a hard line stand on academic integrity The integrity issue is very high he said Rams on Monda championship me Dick Hue <*r Meni nament but the r* able to complete it The champions! David Perkins anc be played sum* weather p*?rmif tin The team of Ie Erie Be BergmmMariners' Langston two-hits Texas Youth baseball camp begins next week There will be a baseball camp lor youths ages 8 12 beginning Monday at the National League fields The one week camp will take place from I p rn until t p rn Coaching the clinic will Le New Braunfels High School head baseball coach Peter (iarza and assistant coach Neal Miller Also coaching will be the head coaches of San Marcos and Judson Anthony Tobias and Bill Miller respectively The cost is $ 15 for the first child tor 15 hours of instruction Any additional child in a family will cost $25 VII participants will receive a souvenir shirt Co-ed v-ball tourney scheduled in June A coed volleyball tournament for \ B and (’division teams w ill be part of the activities at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church s Summer Festival This double elimination tourna ment w ill take place on June I M4 3-better ball tourney won with score of 195 The team of F Nunez K Hansen J Laurence and B Adkins shot a 195 at the Lamia Park Holt Course Satur lay to take first place in the New Braunfels Coif Association s four man team three better ball tourna ment In second place at 198 w us the team ut J Kike!, II Haggard. I) Miller and K Cullet Iii third at 199 was theScoreboard team of H love G Lancaster H Williams and R Metzke B McClure had the low individual score in the A flight w ith a 67 G Lan caster's65 was the low score in the B flight and B Weldy had the low C flight score of 65 B Adkins won the D flight with a 67 J Kike! had the low gross score of 71 Landa Park course plays added money The New Braunfels Golf As soc ta lion 'Alii play an added money tour nament on Saturday and Sunday at the Landa Park (mlf ( nurse The previously scheduled Sunday Scramble has been cancelled The Guys and Dolls tournament will take place at 9 a rn on June 25 Annual fees were due on or before June I All golfers who have not yet paid their annual fees must now pay a daily fee to play McMurtry sets record at Sunday's shoot Eighteen shooters participated in the prestigious Hugo Sattler Memorial Offhand Medal Shoot This shoot consists of 20 shots offhand When the final results were in Joel McMurtry had not only won the medal, but had set a new record of 465 points which is four more than any one has achiev ed since 1949 In the process McMurty also qualified for two of the club s 120" pins by shooting a l2o and a 121 Also placing in the match were Buddy Harris, who took second w ith a 457 and David Pringle who took third at JAI B / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mark Langston believes he may pitch a no hitter some day but for now he's happy with his two hit 6-o shutout of the Texas Rangers The 27 year old lefthander allowed just singles to Ruben sierra in the fourth inning and to steve Buechel in the ninth while striking out nine batters and walking one Monday night It was his second career two hitter the first coming against Detroit in 1984 And it was his third shutout of the year In addition to nine strikeouts. Langston got eight Rangers to ground out and only lour Rangers hit the ball to the outfield Langston's nine strikeouts threw him back in the major league lead with 106 overtaking Houston’s Mike Scott Langston who led the American League with 545 strikeouts last year was 42 ahead of his pace after 12 games last year coming into Monday s game While Langston was baffling the Rangers his teammates had no trou hie with Texas starter Mike Jeffcoat 0-L who was making his first ap pearance of the year after being call ed up from the minors Padres 5* Astros 4 The visiting Padres rallied from a 4-1 hole with a four-run eighth Luis Salazar who homered in the second inning got the game w inning single Randy Ready and Shane Mack opened the eighth with singles and both scored on a grounder by Carmele Martinez that shortstop Craig Rey nolds threw past first base Benito Santiago doubled scoring pinch runner James Steels and Santiago stole third and scored on Salazar s single to right field American League B1 The Associated Brew East Oms.on    A/    L    Pct    GB Toronto    4    20    - o New york    ,    22    nit Milwaukee    29    2 I Jet roil    28    25    *.28 Baltimore    27    29    4 2 Boston    2*.    U    4> cleveland    2*    .*>    177    .    < West Oms.on    w    L    Pct    GB Kansas! its    Ji 24    * Minnesott    o    2* < Oakland    28    27    Vt*.    2 seattle    29    28    • *»    2 < alifornia    2*.    _    4 •*    • Chicago    22    ii    4;*i    7 Texas    22    5!    4!    7 Monda, s Games Boston'. Baltimore2 Minnesota 5 Kansas Citv Toronto 11 New \ ork 0 cleveland 2 ( alifornia a Oakland 9 Chicago seattleh Texas.• Toda * s Games Toronto < erutti 2-2 at New Aor Guidrv o-l n Boston Mars? h 4 af McGregor 2-5 n Milwaukee Higuera V > ut Dem, Morris 7 2 n Kansas City l> Jackson 2-7 af Ma nesota Niekro 4 n Cleveland schrom 4 i u' t ai Horn Lazorko I 2 n Chicago DeLeon 4 4 at \oung 7 n Texas Guzman I 2 at settle Vforga vh n National League B, The East O. vs.on Expos 7 Pirates West Oi Indians 2 Angels 0 Blue Jays ll yankees 0 Twins 5* Royals 3 Reds 7, Giants 6 Cincinnati won for the fourth time this season after trailing by six runs as they rallied past San Francisco Cardinals 12, Phillies 8 At 54 JU the Cardinals have the best record in the majors and are off to their best start in 20 years Speed and power were the keys at Philadelphia with Vince Coleman stealing four bases arid scoring three Cubs 4, Mets 2 In Chicago Manny hero homering on IT saw in the ninth mr Dodgers 6, Braves 3 It was the ore! Hershi.ser Vtlanta The Dodgers pitch, ed three hits in 6 I innings in a run in the third inning Red Sox 6 Orioles 2 On the air TUESDAY Noon    College lacrosse NCAA Din sion I Championship semifinal game Maryland vs John Hopkins KSPN I p rn Baseball New Yourk Mets at Chicago Cubs WGN 6 5s p m Baseball Los Angeles at st Louis. WTBS 8 pm Basketball NM \ Champion ship Series, Game I LA Lakers at Boston, KKNS 8pm Boxing Frankie Randall vs Tim Burges, lightweight bout, ESPN WEDNESDAY Noon    College lacro-se NCAA Divi sion I Championship Final KSPN I p in Baseball New York Mets at Chicago Cubs WGN 4 55 p rn    Baseball    Los Angeles at Atlanta WTBS 8 50 p rn    Bowling    PBA Showboat Doubles Classic FSPNSports WorldLocal sports SATURDAY 8 a rn — Running Three Parks 3K Run. LandaPark ll a rn Karate Hill Country Invita tional Tournament New Braunfels High School Henderson named best athlete AMARILLO AP — Karnes City pole vaulter Kyle Henderson w as named Sunday as Texas High School Outstanding Track Athlete by the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce Henderson, bound for Texas A&M established a state-meet record May 16 when he scaled 16-9 to win the Class 2A vault He broke the old mark of I ai tun 16-8 set by Randy Hall of Port Lav ai 1977 Milwaukee Bucks to play Soviets MILWAUKEE VP The Milwaukee* Bucks will be going international as representatives of the National Basketball Association SBA Commissioner David Stern confirmed in Boston Monday that the Bucks would >ervc as hosts to a round robin tournament Oct 2.5 25 at the Milwaukee Arena featuring the Soviet national team and European champion Tracer Milan It will be the first time the NBA will be involved in internal Iona! competition The tournament was organized by the NBA and the international governing body tor basketball LIBA The schedule calls for the Bucks and Tracer Milan to open the tournament on Friday Oct 23 ;