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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas rts Day Records fall at swim meet 7th IMIG STRETCH May 27 1968: George Halas retires as Chicago Bear coach. '{Halas} is a certified institution. Papa Bear was tackled by Jim Thorpe and struck out by Walter Johnson. He played right field /br the Yankess in 1919 (Babe settled in that very next season), and Halas was also there when pro football was created.' • Frank Orford Dm. 5,1977. NBA Playoffs Yesterday's Results New York Kmcks 89 Indiana Pacers 78 (New York leads series 2-0; Patrick Ewing continued his strong play scoring 32 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in the victory Pwmn now has 60 ooints in the first two games of the series. Reggie Miller and Hik Smits had 23 and 22 points respectfully for the Pacers.) Today's Schadula Houston Rockets at Utah Jazz, 8 pm (The Rockets lead the series 2-0 but now the series swings to Utah. Utah will have to find a way to stop Hakeem Olajuwon who is averaging over 30 points per game in the playoffs. hie had 41 in the Rockets victory Wednesday night.) Summer Slam ■ Baskgtbal camp coming for annual lunwaftinti workouts The,6(h Aocuiatfliver City Summer Siam Basketball Camp is being offered May*31-June 3. The camp is coordinated by by coaches Cliff Wilkins and Kenny Rotzler and staffed by New Braunfels and Canyon coaches. The camp is for boys and girls grades 1-8 and the fee is $50. Registration forms are available at all Canyon and New Braunfels school campuses. Also, registration will be held May 28 and 29 at the Canyon High School Gym from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For questions call Cliff Wilkins at 620- Soccer ■ Six NI ploy ors Honored Six former New Braunfels High School soccer players will be competing in the 1994 Southern Regional Championship Tournament to be held in Houston June 12-18. Mikey Bustos, Ryan Rogers, Ryder McDonald, Ezell Sanchez, Stephen Rodriguez, and Lindsey Reese will represent New Braunfels with their Division A club teams. Each was a member of a district team that captured the South Texas State Cup Championship title. Bustos, Rogers, McDonald and Sanchez ail belong to the San Antonio Under-19 Hammers, wniie Hoonguez plays witn che unoer- 16 Houston Texans and Reese is with the Under-18 Austin Girls Capitals. Teams from 12 states will compete for the prestigious southern regional title, with winners advancing from the four United States \ regions to the national level. *' This is the second consecutive state title for 1; the Hammers. They went undefeated in the ' regular season scoring 15 goals while aiiow-t ing only four in the state playoffs. J McDonald, Bust06 and Rogers were ail J: part of the NBHS soccer team that won the I state championship this spring. « I Btoecer camp offered | The Guadalupe Soccer Academy is still J accepting registrar tor soccer camp up to 1 June 6. Anyone who has not signed up, but • is interested in one or more weeks of camp J should contact Ed Perry at (210) 732-3793 or • Jodi McOonaid at 625-4831. Registration J forms are also available at Vivroux Sporting 2 Goods. I One week of camp costs only $60. while ; two or more reduces the price to $56 each ; week Family and group rates are also $55 • per week per player. Camp dates are: June 6-June IO. June 13-June 17,20-June 24, and June 27Uuiy 1. Bail control, passing/receiving, shooting and small group tactics will be taught through the month of June. GSA will be held in New Braunfels at the \ soccer fields at the HEB. Campers should ! wear shinguards and bring a bali and pien-f ty of water T-shirts will be provided. t ( Jones agrees to let NFL audit Cowboys DALLAS (AP) — Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has consented to a National Football League audit to determine whether Dallas has underreported revenue that should have been shared with visiting teams, according to a published report. Jones will present financial records of Texas Stadium to the NFL, The Dallas Morning News reported in Friday's editions. The funds, covering a period starting in 1991, represent proceeds from premiums the team imposes on season-ticket holders who want to retain the options to purchase seats through 2008. At the NFL owners meetings this week, Jones promised committee members dial he would cooperate ful ly- “Since the stadium was built in 1971, then owned by Clint Murchison, then Bum Bright and now me, revenues from seat options have never been a part of the visiting teams’ manifest, and in my view it still isn't,” Jones told The Morning News. “The league approved the Cowboys’ stadium deal on three different occasions, and we're operating within those parameters,” Jones said. In the NFL’s revenue-sharing plan, visiting teams receive about 38 percent of gate receipts, not including income from luxury suites. lf the league finds Dallas’ accounting procedures are improper, die Cow- » boys would have to pay an additional I $20,000 per appearance. Where are they now? Former New Braunfele High tennis star Scott Farts, who was a freshman at Incarnate Word this year, has been named to the Heart of Texas All-Conference Tennis Team. Farts racked up an Impressive record this year of 10-5 In singles and 12-4 In doubles. The Crusaders men's team won their second stalght conference title and finished the season ranked 17th nationally with a record of 15-5,5-0 In conference. ■ H*tkt-Ztttung prtotc By JOHN HUSETH Utah Jazz up against wall BOD MMS Sports Writer SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Hakeem Olijuwon feels the Houston Rockets have the Utah Jazz on the ropes in the Western Conference finals and that’s where he intends for them to stay. "Now, the pressure is on them," said the NBA MVP who led the Rockets to wins in the opening two games of the betl-of-7 series. Tonight’s Game 3 will be played in the Delta Center. "This is the first time they have the opportunity to play here. We have to keep the pressure on to see how they will respond ” In scoring 72 points to lead the Rockets to 1CO-88 and 104-99 victories in Houston. Olajuwon celebrated being named MVP with his teammates. "The chemistry is there, the liming is there, and we are playing together again as a team and winning,” he said. For Utah guard John Stockton, finding a way to beat the Rockets means cooling off Olajuwon in the two games in Salt Lake City. "We have to figure out something,” he said. "As a team, we have to make him feel uncomfortable. (But) if anybody knows how, he wouldn’t be the MVP. He’s exactly what you see... die MVP.” Utah coach Jerry Sloan found ways to contain two other dominant big men — San Antonio’s David Robinson and Denver’s Dikembe Mutombo — in the first and second rounds. But he admits Olajuwon has been unassailable, though Sloan has tried everything — double-teams, even iriplc-icams — to slow him down. “I thought our guys were guarding him pretty well, but he makes a shot going across the lane — leaning and falling down, bul makes it,” he lamented. ‘That's what great players do.” In Game 2, the Jazz tried lo counter Olajuwon’s 41 points with the 32-pouu performance of Karl Malone. But the Rockets also owned the perimeter, hitting eight 3-pointers to three for Utah. Still, Sloan insisted Utah’s road to victory lies through the paint. “We want to go inside. We never want to play out on the 3-point line,” he said. “We can’t have a chance to win if we can’t get to the free throw line.” That point is nowhere more apparent than in Malone’s statistics. In Utah’s Game I loss, he hit just two of three foul shots. In Game 2, Malone worked inside, earning 18 free throws and making 12. Brains and Braun - Herald-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Cato Bmm of Canyon High was named to tho Academic All-State basketball taam by th# Texas Association of Baakstball Coaches. Bass#, who is In th# top 5% of his class, was also awardtd th# President’s Award for Education. ■ Page 8/ B Friday, May 27,1994 Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports From staff reports The first event at the seventh annual Rotary Swim Races saw eighth grader Javier Lagunas, New Braunfels Middle School, break his brother’s record set in 1991. Big brother Chris Lagunas swam a 27.37 for his record, which Javier lowered to 26.90 for the 50 yard free style. Sixth grader Paige Flume lowered her grade’s record for the fifth year. Paige swam a 27.41, shattering Sarah Mocheau’s 32.07 record set in 1990. She now owns the records for second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade. In the kindergarten race five-year-old Jessica Meneley, Memorial, swam a 23.85 for the 25 yard event, breaking Abigail Ayala's Memorial 1993 record of 26.64. Memorial first grader Katherin Zimmerman broke Tiffany Voight’s record of 21.68 set in 1989 with a 20.39. Andrew Ayala, Goodwin, lowered Derek Rosson’s 1992 record of 17.35 to 17.33. RESULTS PRE-SCHOOL Vanessa Phillips, age 5,44.85; Stacy Simms, age 4,1:05.44. Nickie Ayala, age 5,56.02; Mathew Vestal, age 5,51.30 KINDERGARTEN Jessica Meneley, Memorial, new record, 23.85; Courtney Smith, Goodwin, 53.17. Orlando Ayala, Goodwin, 2216; Nolan Leach, NBCA, 34.13; Bryan Sims, NBCA, 34.ZZ; Dustin Arp, NBCA, 36.88; Dustin Bryant, NBCA, 45.30; Austin Deschner, NBCA, 51.67. FIRST GRADE Katherin Zimmerman, Memorial, new record, 20.39; Abigail Ayala, Memorial, 21.68; Sheila McDonald, Goodwin, 22.34; Cassandra Phillips, home school, 24.94; Erin Keeton, Lone Star, 28.79; Amber Rodriguez, Goodwin, 34.65; Lacey Wetmore, Goodwin, 48,46. Kyle Jonas, Lone Star, 28.92; Michael Vestal, Sts. Peter & Paul, 33.54; Daniel Phipps, NBCA, 40.16. SECOND GRADE Kelley Shelton, Memorial, 22.66; Tiffany She-drock, Comal, 23.13; Sara Stewart, Goodwin, 26.67; Jody Minor, Lone Star, 27.99; Jodi Goodyear, Goodwin, 28.60. Andrew Ayala, Goodwin, new record, 17.33; Lucas Ayala, Memorial, 17.36; Aaron Garcia, Goodwin, 23.16; Erie Leach, NBCA, 23.59; Neal Hill, NBCA, 31.35; Joseph Gallaher, NBCA, 35.75; Patrick Lacombe Jr., NBCA, 46.0; Sam Breadner, Memorial, 51.82. THIRD GRADE Alyssa Hoehn, MV, 21.68; Amy Arp, NBCA, 23.0; Ashley Diaz, Memorial, 23.89; Kathie Speckman, NBCA, 32.85. Josh Cunningham, NBCA, 19.19; Travis Arnold, NBCA, 26.85; Ryan Hitzfelder, NBCA, 27.51; Justin Bertelsen, Memorial, 31.51; Adam Tjemagel, NBCA, 33.11. FOURTH GRADE Shane Hanover, Seele, 16.49; Jamie Wool-ridge, Bowie, 16.81; Heather Demaree, Frazier, 18.32; Laura Singletary, Carl Schurz, 18.35; Gina Billera, Sts. Peter & Paul, 18.52; Jenny Irish, Seele, 19.02; Paula Portie, Carl Schurz, 20.43; Miranda, Stewart, Frazier, 20.43. Derek Rosson, NBCA, 16.22; John Deschner, home school, 19.22; Burton Speckman, NBCA, 23.87. FIFTH GRADE Shana Shedrock, Comal, 16.89; Jennifer Bertelsen, Carl Schurz, 25.63. Joseph Slaughter, Sts. Peter & Paul, 15.96; Wesley Phillips, home school, 16.45; Andy Singletary, Carl Schurz, 25.70; Jason Swarez, Seele, 40.64. SIXTH GLADE (50 yards) Paige Flume. NBCA, new record, 27.41; Sarah Sandaval, NBCA, 32.75; Janea Davis, NBCA, 33.69; Laura Boswell, NBCA, 35.37; Sarah Jaroszowski, Oak Run, 35.68; Tamara Scholl, NBCA, 37.34; Holly Bergman, NBCA, 45.59. Joe Hanover, Oak Run, 28.30. SEVENTH GRADE Theresa Martin, NBMS, 33.37. Barry Jaroszowski, NBMS, 32.47; Ryan Deschner, CMS, 35.50; Josh Portie, NBMS, 46.23; Kevin Hull, NBCA, 53.85. EIGHTH GRADE Lydianne Nelson, NBMS, 34.94; Erin Stock-horsu NBMS, 35.33; Kathy McKean, NBMS, 39.18; Daneca Scholl, NBCA, 4218. Javier Lagunas, NBMS, new record, 26.90. ;