New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, March 5, 1991 Page 7Wingate thankful to be rejoining Spurs
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio Spurs guard David Wingate joined his teammates at practice today, promising to concentrate on basketball and not be distracted by potential negative fan reaction.
Wingate, 27, faced rape charges in San Antonio and Howard County in Maryland, but the Spurs signed him to a new contract late last week once both cases had been cleared.
“I just want to thank the Spurs organization, the players and the coaches for accepting me back here,” Wingate told reporters this morning before practice.
He was expected to suit up for the team’s game tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers.
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hart. All three of Canyon’s pitchers — Johnny Schaas, Bryan Arnold and Trey Daffin — have looked strong, with the defense and hitting needing to gain consistency.
Donovan Rivers hit his second home run of the year at Lockhart.
New Braunfels, preparing for this weekend’s Unicom Invitational, hosts Boerne at 7:30 pm.
Wingate said he didn’t know what reaction to expect from fans, but said he’ll be concentrating on basketball.
“People are going to have their own opinions about the situation, but I just have to look forward to playing basketball. That’s what I’m getting paid for, so that’s what I’m looking forward to doing,” Wingate said.
The rape charge in San Antonio was dropped, and late last week the Maryland charge was placed on a “stet” docket. That means in a year it will be dropped, provided Wingate does not get into any other legal trouble.
Also, a civil suit against Wingate filed by the alleged victim in the San Antonio case was settled out of court.
The Spurs signed Wingate last week to a contract for the rest of this year and the next two years. Team officials would not disclose terms.
“We’re delighted that David is back,” team owner Red McCombs said today. “It was the right decision. It was the right thing to do. ’ ’
Wingate said he plans to do community service work with young people to try to help them stay out of trouble.
As for the team, Wingate said, “I want to just come in as smoothly as I can and do the little things I did last year to help the team win.”
Wingate was one of the Spurs’ key bench players last season, when the team finished with a 56-26 record and advanced to Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals before losing to Portland.
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rounding out the team. Erie Thornton had a 115, Joel Brenton a 121 in his first-ever tournament and Neal Lin-nartz a 137.
The tournament marked the third meeting of the season between Canyon and Smithson Valley, with the Cougars now holding a 2-1 lead. All of
the District 26-4A teams except Bastrop took part in the Invitational.
The next event for both Canyon and Smithson Valley will be the Cougar Invitational at Landa Park on March 16. Bastrop, projected to vie with the Cougars and Rangers for the district title, will also be in the field for the Canyon tournament.
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Selling falsified prescriptions is a sccond-dcgrce felony and is punishable by two to 20 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.
Brent Beauchamp, a Texas reserve punter and quarterback, was arrested Feb. 21 and charged with obtaining the male hormone testosterone by fraud from a pharmacy, using prescriptions carrying Hubler’s name.
On The Air
3:55 pm. — College basketball East
Coast tournament championship. ESPN.
6:30 p.m. — Colage baske thai Mid-Continent tournament championship. ESPN.
7 pm — Pro basketball: Phoenix at New York. TNT.
Sp rn. — Boxing: Live boxing. USA.
8 30 p m. — College basketball: Missouri Valley tournament championship. ESPN. WEDNESDAY
3 30 p rn — Swimming: SWC champion ships. HSE 3 55 pm. — College basketball: NCAA play in game. Patriot League at Northeast Conference, ESPN.
6 30 p m. — College basketball: NCAA play in game. MEAC at Southland Conference. ESPN.
8:30 p m — College basketball: NCAA play-in game, Big South Conference at SW Athletic Conference, ESPN.
5 pm — Soarer Canyon JV, varsity at Seguin
5 pm. — Soccer: New Braunfels JV. varsity at Boerne.
5pm.— Soccer Smithson Valley JV. var sity at Schertz Clemens 6pm— Baseball San Marcos at Smith son Valley
7 30 pm — Baseball: Boerne at New
7 30 pm — Baseball Alamo Heights at
Baseball New Braunfels. Canyon at Un! com Invitational tournament
5 p m — Soccer: Boerne at Canyon JV, varsity
6 p m — Soccer Kerrville Trvy at New Braunfels JV. varsity
7 pm — Soccer Lockhart at Smithson Valley varsity
SATURDAY 1 pm — Baseball Copperas Cove at Smithson Valley, double header
New Braunfels Dart Organization Weak #7
Solm s Saloon
Kings & Queens
Miami, Fla. 87. Fla International 65 MIDWEST Missouri 84. Notre Dame 54 Toledo 10O. Chicago St 89 Wis Milwaukee 99. Nicholls St. 72 FAR WEST
Mo-Kansas City 128. US International 119
TOURNAMENTS Atlantic 10 Conference Semi finale George Washington 84. St Joseph s 82. OT
Penn St 52. Temple 50
Colonial Athletic Association Championship Richmond 81. George Mason 78 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship
St Peter s 64, Iona 58 Mid-Continent Conference Se mi finals N. Illinois 76. N Iowa 63. OT Wis Green Bay 63. E Hinois 54 Sun Belt Conference Championship South Alabama 86 Old Dominion 81 West Coast Conference Championship
Pepperdine71,St Mary s. Cal 68 OT
Monday's Sports Transactions
BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Agreed to terms with Sam Horn and Juan Bell, infielders on one year contracts.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Renewed the contract of George Canale, first baseman
SEATTLE MARINERS—Agreed to terms with Enk Hanson. Brian Holman. Randy Johnson and Keith Comstock, pitchers. Greg Bntey and Jay Buhner, outfielders, and Tiro Martinez, first baseman, on one-year contracts Renewed the contract of Mike Schooler. pitcher
TEXAS RANGERS—Agreed to terms with Jack Daugherty and Jeff Huson. Infielders. on one year contracts Renewed the oon tracts of Kevin Brown and Kenny Rogers, pitchers, and Chad Kreuter. catcher
Renewed the con
tracts of Jerone Walton, outfielder and Lance Dickson, pitcher Agreed to terms with Mike Harkey and Jeff Pico, pitchers Doug Das canzo and Dwight Smith, outfielders Joe Girard) and Hector Villanueva, catchers and Jose Vizcaino, shortstop, on one year contracts.
CINCINNATI REDS—Agreed to terms with Scott Scudder. pitcher, and Terry Lee first baseman, on one year contracts Renewed the contracts of Joe Oliver, catcher Jack Armstrong and Tim Layana pitch ars and Hat Morns, first baseman
HOUSTON ASTROS—Agreed lo terms with Steve Finley outfielder on a one-year contract
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Agreed to terms with Pat Combs and Bob Scanlon pitchers, and Ron Jones outfielder on one-year contracts PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Agreed to terms with Rick Reed, pitcher, and Jeff King, third baseman, on one-year contracts SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Agreed to terms with Jeff Brantley, pitcher, on a one-year contract
National Basketball Association
NBA—Fined Darrell Walker Washington Bullets guard (4 500 and Dale Ellis. Milwaukee Bucks guard $2,000, for their roles m an incident following a game on March 1 BOSTON CELTICS- Re-signed Charles Smith, guard to a 10-day contract Placed Dave Popson, forward, on the injured fist LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS Waived Jay Edwards guard SAN ANTONIO SPURS Received league permission to sgn David Wingate guard
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