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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Wednesday. May 18 1983National League roundup Sports shorts Cards bomb Astros, 8-4 ST. U)ULS AF) Bob Borsch was satisfied b> and large with his pitching for the St l-ouis Cardinals but had reason to be even more pleased by his heads-up play as a base runner. The big play in the game was Borsch's beating out a passed ball," said Manager White) Herzog following an 8-4 triumph Tuesday night over the Houston Astros He hustled down the line How many pitchers would do that’’" Borsch, despite striking out on Joe Niekro knuckleball, proved to be the catalyst for a five-run Cards uprising in the third Dane lorg rapped a one-out sacrifice fly off Niekro. 1-4, following singles by Keith Hernandez and Darrell Porter Walks to Ken Oberkfeli and Tommy Herr set up ( tole Smith s two-run single Borsch then struck out but reached first when a Niekro delivery eluded catcher Alan Ashby In addition to the baserunning. Borsch chipped in his bat to the Cards' sixth straight victory hollowing an error by Niekro that opened the inning, he rapped a sacrifice fly to ( pen scoring in the second After Du kit* Phon humored for Houston in the fourth, the St Ixmis hurler contributed an HBI single to a two-run Cards fifth Borsch came within one out of recording his second complete game before HBI doubles by Jose Cruz, Ashby and Bill I loran fort ed his departure in the ninth While Borsch was in control of pitches, striking out one and walking one, the same could not be said for Niekro The 38-vear-old Houston veteran lasted only 2 2-3 innings, surrendering six runs. Before leaving, he walked four St. I-ouis batters Expos 3, Dodgers 2 Montreal indeed had to work for victory after ovecommg a 2-1 deficit in the bottom of the ninth with a two-out rally against Fernando Valenzuela Hon Koenicke singled in both I /is Angeles runs in the first inning and Valenzuela took a three-hitter into the ninth, but Gary Carter hitless in his previous 19 at-bats doubled and Tim Waliach singled in pinch runner Jerry White The game remained tied until the bottom of the 15th, when Dawson opened with a single off Steve Howe, 2-1, the fourth Dis Angeles pitcher Dawson moved to second on Al Oliver's groundnut and Niedenfuer replaced Howe Cubs 4, Braves 3 I-eon Durham’s two-run homer in the sixth inning snapped a 2-2 tie and helped break Fascual Perez’s nine-game w inning streak Perez won his final four decisions last year and .started this season with five straight victories Reds 2, Pirates 1 Marin Soto continued his success in Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Stadium by firing a three-hitter and striking out nine Soto, 5-2, is 5-0 lifetime at Three Rivers and owns a 7-2 career mark against the Pirates. The right-hander did not allow a hit after surrendering Mike Easler’s first homer of the season in the fifth inning. Gary Kedus was Cincinnati's hitting star He singled in the game’s first run in the fifth inning and drilled a homer in the eighth to snap a 1-1 tie Mets 6, Padres 4 Kookie Darryl Strawberry belted a three-run homer, his second blast in two days, to give New York and Tom Seaver the victory Seaver, 3-2, pitched six innings and allowed three runs on seven hits Strawberry 's homer in the sixth wiped out San Diego's 3-2 lead. The Mets survived a mnth-inning .San Diego threat as the Padres loaded the bases with two outs Reliever Doug Sisk retired Steve Garvey on a fly ball to record his third save. Phillies 2, Giants 1 Right-hander John Penny hurled seven scoreless innings and drove in his first run since 1979 w ith a single Denny, 4-2, was making his first start since being hit in the right thumb by a line drive during his last start six days ago Penny, who spent roost of the last three seasons in the American League, delivered his HBI single during Philadelphia s two-run second inning Kelsheimer records hole-in-one at Landa Bill Kelsheimer of New Braunfels claimed a hole-in-one May 7 on Hole No 7. 182 yards with a No 5 wood his playing partner wasp, N Delashmutt (irate Bennett won the low gross title of the l-inda I .adieu Golf Associations Grandmothers Tournament on May ll w ith a score of 91 I-ow net w inner was Mary Mabry with a 69 while Carol Hansen was the winner of th** No, I iii Not a (Jrandmother tournament with a net 69 Two teams tied for first with j9s in the New Braunfels Golf Associations best t>all, two-man team, sider t your own partner tournament on May 14 They were ( Smith-J Zavala and R Harisen-K Hart/ell Three teams tied for third with a 60s In individual play. ll Barker was the winner with a net 61. Zavala was second w itll a 63, and B thompson was third with a 66 tied for low gross with 71s were Zavala and B Halbert C Hansen. S Browning J Bakie and I Higgins wonthe title of th** Guys and Pulls tournament with a 63 while the team of ll Reeves, A la/arinc and Mr and Mrs Durbin, tied with J Swendeman, H Fremont, Ii johnson and J lane for second with scores of 64 Closest-to-the-hole on No 12 was H Johnson The next Sunday Sc ramble will be* June 5 at I p rn A junior clinic. open to boys and girls ages 8-17 will t*- held June 6-10 Professional instruction will be available from 9-11 a rn covering all phases of golf the fee is $15 j»er person for more information, call 625-3225 sign-up is at tile pro shop Standings r . I •aw. * ill*. rn ••:« i Uni I I die a baseball B naut* CW HI 4 11 I I I M i i I I tun bum #i (it lei Me IMH i •• ’n i -a .I* * I •ceu. 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Co i aim tat* I I mw ta Cm tai I rn Ct .aga * 'Ct*. I rn wan > ax* It '•*• II M in WHI aam ll MI X I tat a • At if ll MI it I \a Cf Woo I IU IIC lie* in IM It IU IM Vat <W Ct ti rn I IU IS Vitamin '•«’• a itaa tao rn ii a* t kit t •• Ct WO I Intl la* i*« I I**• lr at ti • Kit Itfi N CHU 'aaa* kl** I k tatar • • taut Co I '.tai -aft lien a en Mi I laar. 'oat I Va w '•OMI i Any one \S ho ( an i Walk a Straight I .int* ( an't I irive ()ne THE PREAKNESS STAKES Hear the Call and the Color w lf UH' SATURDAY MAY 21 4:00 P.M. ON KGNB RADIO Babe Ruth League to hold tryouts The New Braunfels Babe Ruth league will hold tryouts for the 16-18-year-old players on Wednesday, May 25. at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 29. at 2 p rn at the Camp Comal Baseball Park The registration fee is JIO. Bor more infuramtion. contact l-onney Hadlock at 625-7468 or Ray Schlichting at 625-7275. T Bar M to hold Day Camp There is still time to register for T Bar M s Day Camp which opens July 25 at the T Bar M Sports Camp on Highway 46 West in New Braunfels This one week camp is open to boys and girls ages 10-15 and the cost is $90 A w ide variety of sports are offered tennis, archery’, rappelling, soccer, gymnastics, volleyball, basketball and pool activities Deadline for registration is May 29 Bor mroe information, contact the T Bar M Tennis Ranch rn New Braunfels, TX, at 625-77:18 NB sports banquet scheduled for Thursday The New Braunfels Unicorn Booster Club will hold its annual Spring Sports Banquet on Thursday. May 19. at 7 p iii in the school cafeteria Boy and girl athletes who participated in basketball, track, golf, tennis and baseball will be honored Outstanding boy and girl athletes will Im' named as well as the winner of the Gary Simon Memorial Scholarship Tickets may be obtained at I-oop 337 Dnve-Inn or from Coach Jim Streets at tin- high school for $5 each There w ill la' no tickets sold at the door Volleyball tourney scheduled for May The Geronimo Area Jaycees will sponsor a men’s and women's volleyball tournament Sunday. May 22, at 9 p rn in Seguin’* Starcke Park Bor more information, contact 379 2982. 379-7758 or 3794)800 Summer volleyball registration set The Women’s Summer Volleyball Association announced registration for the summer volleyball league B.ntry fee will be $10 jk-r team plus $1 per player Teams may register at the I Hilda Recreation ( enter from 3 30 p rn to IO p iii , Mon day through Friday Bidry fees and rosters must be turned in no later than Monday Bol further information, cordal t Robert Bou *e at the I anda Recreation Center or call 629*61% Oiler offensive lineman announces retirement HOUSTON \P George Reihner an offensive lineman w ith th* Houston Oilers and the team s No 2 draft cholee in 197-'. has retired The National F i>tbuil league f lub announced Reihner s retirement on Tuesday Reihner returned to the Oilers last season after retiring in 1981 to devote his time to a law career He suffered several leg and back injuries during his NBL career While at Penn State, he started three seasons and was an All-America selection his senior year Astros pitching coach dies of heart failure HOUSTON AP Graveside services were scheduled Friday for Mel Wright, pitching coach for the Houston Astros and former player for the St Ixmis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs. Wright. 55, died of heart failure early Tuesday at Methodist Hospital He had battled cancer for several years Wright played fur St Louis in the 1954-55 seasons and for the Cubs in 1960-61 He completed his playing career with the old Houston Buffs of the Texas league in 1961 Wright, in his seventh season with the Vstros. teamed up with Bill Yirdon rn 1973 in Pittsburgh He and Virden worked together again with the New York Yankees in 1974-75 and moved to Houston the following y ear Services were to be held at the Rest Hill Chapel in North Little Rock. Ark Survivors include his wife, Juan. and three children. I )ale. Steve and Kath\ Dallas high school coach fired by principal DALLAS APi A federal lawsuit has freon filed by the longtime coach of predominately black South Oak Cliff High School, who was fired from his job twit months ago Norman Jett was dismissed as head football coach and athletic director on March IT in a memo from Frederick Todd, tile principal of Dallas South Oak Cliff since 1972. Home Sports Entertainment reported Tuesday Jett is white, Todd is blat k, and South Oak Cliff is almost entirely black Jett has not coached a whit* play cr in more Ilian a decade Jett coached at South Oak Clift for 21 years, the past 13 as head football coach and athletic director Over the past 13 years. Jett's football teams won lui>, lost 31 and tied 2. and the school’s various sports teams produced 46 district titles and 253 full college scholarship athletes The lawsuit, filed iii I S District Court here, said Todd "continuously and systematically conducted a series of activities designed to harass and un dermine” Jett’s efficiency and authority Those ai In dies were conducted by Todd ' with the intent to discriminate against plaintiff on the basis of rat e," Jell s sud added Jett asked for damages well in excess of $150,000,’’ to be determined in a jury trial The Dallas sc lux) I district and Dallas school trustees also were named as defendants in tile suit Todd has never commented publicly on his reasons for firing Jell and declined comment on the sud when contacted Tuesday On the advice of his attorney. Jeff also declined comment SAVE *1,010°° ON THIS '83 16' CADDO Tri-Hull Fiberglass boat Reg. 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