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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Smithson Valley wins first title ABBO* A Bruce, Freeman power Rangers || past San Antonio Cole, 8 2 Pat Bruce and Joey Freeman each blasted two run homers Thursday to give the Smithson Valley Hangers an 8-2 victory over the Cole Cougars and their first ever District 26 3A title Bruce’s homer came in the seventh while Freeman smashed his in the fifth The win gives the Hangers a ♦VO district record and puts them at 20-4 overall Kven it Boerne, who’s two game behind us, wins two and we drop our last two." said coat h Stan Irvine. "We’ve sot It We beat them twice, so It ,:s Bruce pitched through five innings — allowing orth one hit and one unearned rut Chris Simons then took ovet and allowed two hits and an unearned run. Besides Freeman and Bruce the Hanger bats tilt on six other occassions Jam* s Rust, Terry* Kvler Steve Hunch and Jeff hustings .ill got one hit while Chris Thompson claimed two They the hits > wert pretty well spread out s od Irvine We still ,* em to bt getting them when we n* > 1 them I just hope It holds up The bi district gam* Hangers has not been Date and time will flounced later or the •t vet N ruff    />*    John    Swrrr tun homers Final four NBA playoffs continue on Sunday Sutter steals show, wi> I for Cards By BRUCE LOWITT AP Sports Writer Bruce Sutter is supposed to save games for the rest of the St Louis Cardinals pitching staff St) far Into this young season, he’s been taking things like wins Into his own hands Dave UiPotnt was trying to boost his r ecord to 3-0 Thursday In Sari I bego, but going into the eighth Inning the Cardinals were trailing the Padres 3-2. thanks In part to a Sixto Le/.ca nti home run I minnie Smiths home run for the ('anis In the top of the eighth tied the score, and Sutter was sent in And. after Kuppert Jones double pla> grounder off a split fingered fastball In the bottom of the eighth and Ken Oberkfells two out. tie breaking single In the top of the ninth, it was Sutter who strode off the mound with a 4-3 victory and a 3-0 record In the only tither National League game it was Atlanta H. Houston 3 Thursday night In the only American League game Cleveland defeated Minnesota 7 5 "I’m going to tim fastball and it the) bit Sutter lf the) beat tnt gonna beat rn*' with »' on third, Jones jinni ed and killed the tine it w i» baseman Kelt?, lh ■ \ double play I ti rather havt panned, but a -long tsv The Cards dotier Th said ut Sutler * unique -q "He lives or dies bv on* throwing it I wa' IJH liter the fir st p tell iii lh ball w tdl. but luck ii) I e arui to the best first ba* The victory prever ti sw eeping the tin et* nesday night they tm ae Bravos 6 Astros 3 Hooka ('i at- M V a Sports shorts Summer volleyball league registration The Women’s Summer Volleyball Association assnounces registration for th* summer volleyball league Kntry fee will bt* $10 |>er team plus Si per player reams may register at the Landa Recreation (’enter from 3 sop rn to lop rn.. Monday through Friday Kntry fees arui rosters must be turtled in no later than May 16 For further information, contact Robert Bouse at the Landa Ret n ation Center or call 629 6196 Reds to host tryout camp it) lit d til May liege ca I tie ('tricorn tryont tamp » Jacinto.!! Co t ruler th* ti Super \ isnt I from 0 a rn ut lunch lit cal1 15 22 and mu and uniforms equipment I their own Ii a understand!!! that th Standings baseball tao I ti 1 un lunet ■ I PU ll Ital** I] I IM liiiiact ti ll ill C ava iii I) ll ill I ■ ■HIM lf ll sn I I I I'M'* ll ll ut I In (at ll ll IX I Ila to I ll III 11 tat! I* ft MI Cl 'et i ii ll 111 I Mat t >* lf I in IM HH I) MI t (ut* ll ll Ut Cl (Ml|l ll ll IU I ■ IM ICI ti ll 111 ( (11(18 I ll ill * I CSU. HUM mr imr>,ct ■ th 8 IM #* I II I ill It I rn - ti I rn ■ho* ll I in lintMll I ll IX •ta la* I ll m CHOI* I rn ■111 IM ti Ma unit I) I IM IO Of • 11 ll I ll («{,«•• t> I) I) rn Im lt|t ll ll ai •NUtt ti ll ll! 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I ho w eek 1 anion of tin Indians drove III two d -nretched Iii hitting streak to to ll. el a au I dice fly ill their three ii . against Brad Havens and an . r i the decisive run in th*' fifth V one ta s runs against winner Hick ti e fifth inning, three of them ' I I * I■» >■ t»a a's loaded double By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer Philadelphia 76ers Coach Billy Cunningham has stopped worrying about Moses Malone's injured knees ...and started worrying about Andrew Toney s bruised left thigh. That’s the current focal point for the 76ers as they prepare to meet the Milwaukee Bucks in one of two National Basketball Association playoff games Sunday The Los Angeles Lakers meet the San Antonio Spurs In the other. "Andrew's Improved a great deal    ilk) percent    from yesterday to today." said Clin Hingham "I expect Andrew to work out lightly t today I, and then we’ll se** how It feels Hopefully, Andrew TI be I IX) percent more Improved by tomorrow, too As a precaution, forward Julius Krvtng has been playing ut guard during the 76ers’ closed door practices for the Pastern Con terence finals Hiving said he ?uul been at guard largely because of the way Milwaukee forward Marques Johnson plays his position Despite their recent physical problems, which include Malone's aching knees that caused some concern in til** 76ers' camp last week, Philadelphia managed to sweep the New York Buicks I () in tin* conference semifinals "You get tills close, there’s no sense til waiting til next year," Malone said, shrugging att tin* 76ers’ mounting physical jirobletns We ma) as well go tor the all th** marbles now Th** Bucks are one of th** NBA's hottest teams as well Th**\ re liata I im ta tai : * . < i Phi JI ao* I J. to I>i«t| I (tat: Ut tai' • i Ie." 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I * Mti (ala ll) I I I I te ' <■* it I laiu> I) I I I I I Mil Itant SS ll) I < I not <1 i knurl ift im 1981, Ji st y» *d t coming off a shocking four-game sweep of th** Boston Celtics. The best of-seven Western Conference finals, which start In Los Angeles, feature two of the league's most dominating centers: San Antonio’s Artis Gilmore and Los Angeles' Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. "You're not going to stop him you Just have to contain him," says Gilmore of Jabbar, who averaged 23 6 points a game against th** Spurs during the regular season. "San Antonio will be a step up in class (from Portland),’’ said th** Lakers’ Jamaai Wilkes It will be Gilmore in the middle instead of Wayne Cooper They outplayed us during the season and now It s time to get th** vibes going for Sunday The Spurs took four out of five regular season games from th** defending NBA champions "Kven though San Antonio has beaten us th** last three times we have played. I don’t think that will havt* any effect in th** playoffs." says Laker Coach Pat Riley Norm Nixon, who scored 36 points Tuesday night in the I .aker victor y o\ or I 'orHand, said "San Antonio is a lug. strong, physical team We're going to havt* to have slrting outside shooting games to relieve pressure on tin* inside " Magic Johnson agreed ' We can't keep going to th** big fellow all the time," he said of Jahbat "It's a big temptation because he's so good but you havt* 11* keep Hie defens** honest " Johnson had to leave the Lakers prat lice Thursday to he treated tor a strained lower hack, lint a team spokesman said, "It does not ap|>ear to he serious " Graham shares lead • l*o t) anyone ignlng a Cincinnati e l I act i* ! • cion |)l.*\«*r mas partlcljiale t* •• a l itten permission from either their ' <■! Ila Command**! of the Post they ■ 'it ll tie .. bool th*- player attends is ii regnal! «• ion the player must have <    | • i • ."ii from his jrrlnclpal to I*artI* Ipate ti I.*' into lr College is located at 5H(M> !*t" K< ad off 111 IO Fat st ii ’asadena I .* iih ii' nhHinatlon ( (intact Hay Corbett iii** . >12 658 1187 after 5 p in or (work) a write Corbett at 204) Wright \*. el ie Schertz, TX 78154 Oilers sign veteran ii kson as free agent • i \l‘i Robert Jackson, a six r e!.>! linebacker with th** National Le. go* and a former All America !>    \    *    M lias signed a free agent < I V Itll the I loiistoll I blet s ie* ii of the contract, signed Thursday. Th '*mI by the < tilers , was th** Cleveland Browns’ No in 1977 He missed bls rookie year knee injur y but returned to j*lay w itll the club t k'ori tarted it games for the >1 h,cl 73 tackles and 37 assists I J.o kson. a native of Houston, was Denver Ile was released by the O’, and played .even games with ta TMK WOO! ILAN I > S (API Australian David (I rattail! used an old putter, a new driver and accepted ail assist from th** vs (‘athel to (‘.ti n a share of th** Hist round lead iii the $ too OOO Houston ('oca ('ola t )j»«*n Ca n a d I a n J I rn Nelford. wit*) has made 23 consecutive cuts, also ttxik ad v anlage of I h«• tranquil, early moi mug weather and matched Graham's 5 under |>ar 66 Thursday over 'Du* Woodlands Country Clubs 7.031 yard, par 71 course Six of the top eigtit scores over tile first 18 boles were posted by goiters w lur teed of! ear ly (Til l My rum, John Cook and Lind) Miller were a stroke back at 67 w hile Hob Boy it,    Tomas • irayarid I ••«* Trevtn * unled 68s Trevino and Gray were the only af tei noon starters to tbilsh hi th** top eight Defending champ Ion 1*1*1 Sneed, who matched par, said lie was irleused "con Sideling    the    dll lei dice iii th** course in the afternoon " Graham discarded all of    lits    ex perimenta! putters and returned to an old favorite He ran in long pvitts that included six birdies in the finn, nine holes I Ie put a stiffer shaft on bls driver and that helped him di Ive accurately VACATION PHOTOS FOR I HOUR FILM PROCESSING TO LANDA S6S UidaPtua (Ntxt to Winn'*) SS Viiiimnnnuminiiix JU tJLJLJLJEJLiiJLtJGJG Mi i M jLmS»JLjLhJL*JLJLULJLJL^jILJJm)JL : New Braunfels National Bank MI MMR: VK IONIA HANK SHARIS INC IDU invites you to listen to Reflections - A backward glance at where we in Comal County have been and where we are now Sunday Mornings at 9 a.m. on KGNB 1420 AM Sunday, May 8, 1983 featuring Mrs. Edward Playdell (Bead) New v Braunfels! 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