Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas on November 26, 1975 · Page 8
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•—Wednesday, November 26, 1975 VAUfY MORNING STAR Winning The Toss Triggers An Overtime Disaster In NFL By HAL BOCK AP Sports Writer Any pro football fan worth his tailgate party can tell you that the key to winning an overtime game lies in winning the coin toss. The first team to score wins and it’s easier to score when you have the ball than when you don’t. Ergo, you want to win the toss and elect to receive. Right? Wrong. There have been six overtime games played in the National Football League this season In five of them, the team winning the toss and choosing to receive the kickoff wound up on the short end of the final score. Maybe Abner Haynes had the right idea after all. It was Haynes who won the coin flip before the start of the overtime period in the 1962 American Football League championship game and promptly used his option to pick which goal he would defend. Houston was so flabbergasted that it did no damage offensively and Haynes’ Dallas club eventually won the game in the sixth period. The NFL adopted the overtime rule for regular season play before the start of the 1974 season after there had been seven ties during 1973. The overtime rule was used only twice last season. Winning the coin flip had no effect on the outcome of the game. In the first overtime game last year, Denver and Pittsburgh struggled through 15 extra minutes with neither team scoring. The game ended in a 35-35 tie. The only other overtime was between the New York Jets and New York Giants. The Giants won the toss, elected to receive and failed to score The Jets came back and won 26-20. In the six overtime games played this season, only once has the team winning the toss taken the ball and gone on to score without surrendering it to the other team. That happened 10 days ago when St. Louis beat Washington 20-17 on Jim Bakken’s 37-yard field goal seven minutes into the overtime That was one of three OT games in which Washington has been involved this season. The Redskins won their first, beat* ing Dallas 30-24 on Nov, 2. In the last two weeks, they’ve lost successive extra period games, first to St. Louis on Bakken’s field goal and then to Oakland last Sunday on a 27-yard field goal by George Bianda at 7:13 of the overtime period. In the other overtime games, Dallas whipped St. Louis 37-31 on a three-yard touchdown pass from Roger Staubach to Billy Joe Dupree, Los Angeles trimmed San Diego 13-10 on Tom Dempsey’s 22-yard field goal and Kansas City topped Detroit 24*21 on a 26-yard field goal by JanStenerud Without the overtimes, the standings in the NFC East would not be drastically changed but Washington would be better off St. Louis would still be first, Dallas second and Washington third. But the Redskins would trail the Cowboys by only one- half game instead of one game and would be 1 M 2 back of the Cardina Is instead of two behind swc Grid Briefs TEXAS. AUSTIN, Tex. (UPD-Texas running back Earl Campbell was hospitalized Tuesday for fluid accumulations in his elbows but coaches said the move was just a precaution. “We’re not concerned,” said head coach Darrell Royal. Campbell, averaging better than 100 yards rushing per game, injured his elbows on an artificial playing surface. Quarterback Marty Akins, who injured a knee against TCU and was questionable for Friday’s game with Texas A&M, ran better in practice than at anytime since the injury. The Longhorns ran through a brisk 75 minute workout. They leave for College Station Friday morning. BAYLOR. WACO. Tex. (UPI) — Baylor coach Grant Teaff sent his team through extensive pass rush drills Tuesday in preparation for their season finale against Rice. He said the lack of an effective rush helped SMU beat the Bears in the second half last weekend. Tight end Ron Lee. with an infected leg. and defensive tackle Wharton Foster, with a broken toe, missed workouts. TEXASA&M COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UPI) — Texas A&M coach Emory Bellard said Tuesday senior Mike Jay would be the starting quarterback for the Aggies against Texas Friday. “David Shipman is well and is looking good in practice but he has missed three weeks’ work. We’re going into the game to play both Jay and Shipman but Mike will start,” Bellard said. Shipman, junior from Odessa Permian, pulled a hamstring in the Baylor game and didn't return to work until Wednesday of the SMU game. In the first half against SMU he went down with a strained knee and Jay took over. This is the first week Shipman has been able to take a snap from center. Otherwise, the Aggies are healthy with the exception of guard-tackle Craig Glendenning, junior from Celina. Tex., who strained a knee in the Rice game. He should be ready for reserve duty by Friday. Texas A&M, ranked No. 2 nationally, has a 5-0 Southwest Conference record and must face Arkansas Dec 6. If Texas, ranked fifth in the nation, defeats the Aggies Friday, the Longhorns will finish with a 7-0 SWC mark and earn the host spot in the New Year’s Day Cotton Bowl game. UT, Aggies Each Have Two On Coaches' A-A ROCHESTER. N Y. (AP) Ohio State’s Archie Griffin, Southern California’s Ricky Bell and Pittsburgh’s Tony Dorsett were named Tuesday to the backfield of the American Football Coaches All-American team. Joining them in the backfield are quarterback John Sciarra of UCLA and Texas fullback Earl Campbell. Two extra backs, one on offense and one on defense, were named to the 24-man squad this year. The Selmon brothers of Oklahoma, tackle I>eroy and end Dewey, anchor the defensive line which also includes end Leroy Cook of Alabama and Notre Dame tackle Steve Niehaus The Selmons are the only family ever to have three members honored by the coaches Lucius Selmon was named to the 1973 team. The remainder of the offensive team consists of Henry Marshall of Missouri and Steve Rivera at ends, Marvin Powell of South California and Bob Simmons of Texas at tackles, Dennis Lick of Wisconsin and Randy Johnson of Georgia at guards and center Rik Bonness of Nebraska. The rest of the defensive unit is made up of linebackers Ed Simonini of Texas A&M, Reggie Williams of Dartmouth and Ray J Preston of Syracuse, and defen-1 sive backs Pat Thomas of Texas A&M, Tim Fox of Ohio State, Chet Moeller of Navy, Don Dufek of Michigan and Mike Haynes of Arizona State Elizarde Appointed Cardinal Grid Boss Ruben Elizarde. who in four years worked his way up to become first assistant football coach at Harlingen High School, was named Tuesday night by the Harlingen School Board to succeed Jesse Longhofer as head football coach at the District 28-4A school. His appointment becomes effective Feb 1. One of the youngest class AAA A head coaches in the state, the 27-year-old Elizarde has served as first assistant and defensive co-ordinator on Harlingen teams which have compiled records of 8-1-1 and 9-1 over the past two years While Elizarde will be taking the ball from Longhofer (now full-time athletic director of the Harlingen system), the new head coach said that he was thankful to be able to continue working with Longhofer “Coach Longhofer has a lot of football knowledge and I’m just glad he’ll be around to lean on.” smiled Elizarde “I feel that I was fortunate to get into a good system We have some good kids in our football program and I’m optimistic about our 1976 prospects ” A former two-year all-district linebacker at Harlingen High, Elizarde attended East Central State College in Ada. Okla. where he received his B.S. degree (with major in education) in 19® and helped lead the East Central football team to a four-year record of 30-8-2 by twice making all-conference as a 170 pound linebacker. Elizarde was appointed assistant junior varsity coach at Harlingen in 1970 and the next season he headed the Cardinal JV team which went 7-3 In 1972, Elizarde served as varsity offensive and defensive line coach and he continued in that capacity in 1973 when the Cards won the District 28-4A championship Harlingen teams compiled a 35-6-2 record and won two district titles during Elizarde’s four-year stmt as a varsity assistant. Elizarde, who is married to the former Karla Kincaid «the couple has a 3-year-old son. Ruben Jesse), plans on completing work toward a master's degree in counseling and guidance at Pan American till IN ELIZARDE .., Gets Harlingen Heod Job University this summer “I know a lot of coaches get their masters in physical education or administration, but I’m real interested in people so I chose counseling,” said Elizarde “A lot of athletes have problems and the courses I've had in counseling have helped me re la te to these kids MMAWins Opener, 49-41 JIM CHON ES OF THE CLEVELAND CAVELIERS DUNKS ONE DESPITE BULLS' MICKEY JOHNSON .-Chones, A Former Marquette University Star, Shot And Rebounded Cavaliers To A 98-94 NBA Win In Chicago Tuesday Valley Basketball Roundup Area AAAA Cage Teams Score Big Wins Cowboys' Sellout DALLAS (AP) - The Dec 13 National Football League game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins in Texas Stadium is officially a sellout, club officials announced LOS FRESNOS - Marine Military Academy, cracking a 4040 tie in the final two minutes, pulled away from I/» Fresnos, 49-41, here Tuesday rught as 5-10 guard Kevin Lynch poured in 19 points It was the season s opener for both teams Six-four center Jackie Pannell collected 11 points, while Jim Five District 28-4A teams, including heavyweights Weslaco and McAllen and lightweights San Benito and Brownsville Pace, were impressive victors on the high school hardwoods Tuesday night, while unbeaten San Perlita also kept right on rolling along. Weslaco, romping to its third victory of the season, overpowered Mercedes. 82-31, as the Banks Brothers — Brian and Billy — combined for 45 points; McAllen won its third game in a row after an operung-game loss in handing Laredo Martin a 67-63 setback; San Benito, who won only one of 27 games a year ago, balanced its record at 1-1 with an impressive 58-35 triumph over Lyford; Pace used Tommy Friedel’s 25 points as a springboard to throttle Rio Hondo. 52-28, while Mission showed a lot of class in burying a good Roma outfit, 90-50, as four Eagles hit double figures. Elsewhere, in the Valley, San Perlita, butchered Port Isabel, 69-42; Santa Rosa hustled past winless Valley Baptist Academy, 64-46; La Joya plastered Donna, 68-50; Edcouch-Elsa destroyed La Feria, 48-20, while Marine Military Academy tagged Los Fresnos with a 49-41 opening-game setback Brian Banks gunned in 24 points, while older brother Billy chipped in with 21 as Weslaco PARTY TIME -----LIQUOR----- TheHifdieM Little Store In The Corner 1226 Morgan Boulevard, Harlingen THANKSGIVING SPECIALS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN 80 PROOF SCHENLEY VODKA BURTONS GIN STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKIES 80 PROOf HALF GALLON $7.45 QUART $3.99 ANCIENT AGE TEN HIGH M & MOORE 86 PROOF HALF GALLON $10.19 .......... HALF GALLON $9.95 HALF GALLON $9.49 OLD CHARTER 86 PROW HALF GALLON $12.69 HALF GALLON $10.69 QUART $5.79 J.W. DANT GUCKENHEIMER IMPORTED SCOTCH WWSKIES HIGHLAND MIST J & B SCOTCH USHERS JIM BEAM OLD TAYLOR PRIVATE CELLER 100 proof quart $5.29 W.L. WELLER % proof fifth $5.49 10 YEAR 86 PR FIFTH $4.49 ....... ......................... QUART $4.59 BACARDI RUM IMPORTED CANADIAN WWSKKS 80 FDOOf CANADIAN MIST JAMES FOXE LORD CALVERT 80 PROOf HAIF 0AIL0N $9.89 •.. 86 PROOF FIFTH $7.79 ____86 PROOF RfTH $5.29 80 PROOF QUART $5-49 HALF GALLON $10.35 QUART $5.65 ........... win $4.29 rolled over Mercedes, jumping out a 39-17 halftime lead. The Panthers outscored Mercedes, 29-7, in the second quarter. Eddie Casarez was right behind with 20 points. Mercedes had good balance; nobody hit double figures McAllen, who led 35-34 after a see-saw first half, was locked in a 61-61 tie with Laredo Martin in the final two minutes However, Butch Schwartz picked up a free throw and Mike Hudler and Jim Levermann followed with back-to-back buckets to spring the Bulldogs loose Hudler (15), Dennis Wallendorf (12) and Levermann (1;) were all in double figures for McAllen, while Martin’s Oscrar Liendo took game scoring honors with 25 and Juan Martinez and Alex Martinez collected 12 apiece. McAllen also won the JV game, 5949 Rene Claudio tossed in 15 points to spur San Benito past Lyford The Greyhounds led. 31 -22, at halftime and the spread mushroomed after intermission. Mike Hardwick and Felipe Rodriguez pitched in 14 and 11 respectively Lyford, now 0-2 and dropping their second game in as many nights, was led by Baldamiro Barrientos 25 points Face, a 3-30 outfit a year ago and losers of its first two this season, jumped on Rio Hondo in the first quarter for a 12-4 lead and coasted It was 23-13 at the break. Joe Garza added 12 points to help the Vikings, while Rio Hon do received a 15-point effort from Donny Hertzog Hertzog went nine of 12 from the foul line Rio Hondo fell to 12 Bruce Carrier (22), Henry Rivera (21), Steve Fiedler (16) and Willie Huerta (16) paced Mission past Roma , who saw its record dip to 1-3 Roma, who smashed Edin burg the night before, was never in the game against Mission as the Eagles took off to a 16-6 first-quarter spread Mission really let loose in the final quarter, scoring 32 points Prep Scores ANDRI CHAMPAGNE & COLD DUCK sth $ 1.89 BLENDED WrtSKEV 80 PROOF SEAGRAMS 7 GROWN HAIF GALLON $10.69 PRICED GOOD THROUGH WEEK HAVE A NICE THANKSGIVING The victory upped Mission’s record to 2-1 Robert Grigsby led Roma with 12 points and was the only Gladiator in double figures Santa Rosa and La Joya both kept its winning streak intact with 18-oint home-court victories. The Warriors used a 22-pomt salvo from Phillips Saldivar to hand Valley Baptist its seventh consecutive loss, although the Rams were still within sight at halftime, 32-28 However, the Warriors pulled away upon resumption, outscoring the visitors, 26-#, in that stanza Desi Silguero (12) and Armando Alaniz (11) also helped out in the scoring as Santa Rosa ran its record to 2-0 Carlos Perez, a 5-6 senior guard who is having a fine year, tossed in 24 points for Valley Baptist, who dropped its seventh straight. La Joya slso pulled away in the second half to deck Donna as Arnold Gonzalez (24), Eddie Hernandez (15) and Isaac Gar cia (12) were all in double figures The Coyotes were on top by only six — 45^39 — after three quarters, but pull«*d away in the final stanza. Charles Hillis bucketed 16 for Donna, while Hector Munoz added 14. La Joya ran its record to 3-0, while Donna slipped to 1-2 La Feria, another District 32-2A outfit wasn't so lucky, however, as Edcouch-Elsa, running its winning streak to three, smashed the Lions, 48-20, as Howard Ramirez tossed in 10 points, while Adolfo Sonen and Oscar Tamez chalked up eight points apiece David Mathews had 10 for l^a Feria, who was out of it by 24-5 at halftime in absorbing its fourth straight loss. San Perlita, rolling to its seventh consecutive victory, splashed Port Isabel, 6842. as Tony Vasquez (17), Pedro de Luna (16), Pete Contreras (14) and Richard Guzman < 14) were all in double figures The Trojans led, 37-24, at halftime. Edinburg won its first game in three starts by tumbling Rio Grande City, 57-52 The Bobcats won the contest Sportpourri Scoring By Quarter« Million ..........................16 » 2J tt 90 Horn» ...........................« IS 1* 17—H Mission (w) Bruc# c*rrj#r M,jH«nry cm the foul line, hitting 19 of 31 the host Rattlers mack* four of »Vestito 12, Merced** 31 McAHen 67, Laredo Martin 61 Brownsville 52, «io Mondo 28 San Benito SI, Lyford 34 Mittion 90, Roma SO San Feruta 69, Port lmmi 42 MMA 49, Le» Premo* 41 Eecouch-Eisa 41, La Feria 20 La Joya il. Donna 50 Santa Rota 64, Valley Baptist 46 Edinburg il. Rio Grande City 52 Rivera 21, Steve Fiedler 16, Willie Huerta 16, Gabby Garza I, Jaime Pena 4, Ricky Hinojosa 2, Frank Rodriguez 2 Roma (50) Robert Grisgby 12, Joe Villarreal V, Juan Barrera 9, iioid Barrera $, Tavo Cantu 5- Ruben Chapa 2, Javier Gonzalez 2. Juan Salinas 2 Scoring By Quarters San Benito ....................16 1} 13 12-51 Lyford .............................10 12 S 1-35 SB (Si) Rene Claudio 15, Mike Hardwick 14, Felipe Rodriguez 11, Bobby de la Rosa 7, Billy Finch 3, Victor Garza 2, Juan Sifuentes 2, Ray Corkill 2 Lyf OS) Baldamiro Barrientos 2S, Johnny Arrellano 5, Albert Quilantan 2, Danny Garcia I, Kerry Nyquist l, Ruben Guajardo 1. Scoring By Quarter! Martin.....................U 21 *-63 McAllen... ................,...,17 II M 11 — 67 Martin (63) Oscar Liendo 25, Juan Martinez 12, Ale* Martinez 12, George Rendon 4, Art Gomez 2, Roper to Contreras 6, Mario Urbino 2 McAllen Dennis Wallendorf 12, Mike Hudler IS, Rene Villarreal6. Carlos Segura V, Jim Levermann 10, Butch Schwarz 9, Robert Horton 6 Scoring By Quarters (I......................,.......„11 14 10 16-61 La Feria ........................3 2 11 4-* K C (41) - Howard Ramirez II, Adolfo Sonen I, Otcar Tamez I, Manuel Aftriz 6, Greg Freeman 5, Otvid Silva 3, Andy An dertett 3, Raul Guiierrez 2, LaF (2#) — David Mathews II, A. Q. Rios 3, Victor Gomez J, Tom Co* 2, George Levrier 2 Scoring By Quarteri West eco ................„....,11 2» 21 22-12 Mercedes ......................Il 7 4 11-31 Weslaco (12) Bnan Banks 24, Billy Banks 21, Eddie Cesare* 20, Danny Mon 1a!vo 5, Jutian Orfege 5, Rick Mediano 2, Eli SepUveda I. Mercedes (31) Roy Gonzalez 7, RicMird Travino 6, Albert Pemelton 6, Gibby Moreno 4, Lee Garza 2, Roy Saenz 2, Joe lop i 2, Rote Salinai 1, Oscar Gorena I. six RGC slipped to 1-2 on the season VALLÍV BAPTIST......12 16 I 11-46 SANTA ROSA................14 II U 6-64 VB (46) Carlos Perez 24, Bernardo Rodriguez I, Fernando Martinez 8, Pirfino Cyntje 6, Omar Salim 1, 5R (64) Phillip Seidivar 22, Desi Sil­ guero 12, Armando Alaniz 11, Luis Aguilar 7, Hector Garza 6, Orlando Saldivar 4, Ber nardo Badillo 2 La Joya........................,.1* 16 14 24-61 Donna ...............II 15 14 II 50 LJ (61) Isaac Garcia 12, Jesus Perez 4, Carlos 4, Arnold Gonzalez 24, Eddie Her nandez 15, Neal Garza 8 0(50) Leeley Jackson?, Hector Munoz 14, Charles Hillls 16, David Benavides 2, Terry Crockett 3, Robert Gilbert 3, Danny Cruz 2, Melvin Terveen 1 San Perlita ....................U 1« 16 16 6» Pert Isabel.....................11 U II •-« SP (69) Tony Vasquez 17, Pedro de Luna 16, Pete Contreras 14, Richard Guz man 14, Ruben Bernal 7. Pi (42) Arturo Ortiz 16, Bart Shaw 8, Raul Zamora 6. Jeff Jones 5, Richard Ber nal 5, Casi Martinez 2 Ri Hondo .........................* * 11 «-» Brownsville Pace ........12 11 11 If-12 SH (21) Danny Hartzog (IS) Richard Weisman 6, Homer Lopez 3, Armando Reyna 2, Raymond Gonzales 2 BP (52* Tommy Friedel 25, Joe Garza 12, Abraham Delgado 4, Roiando Rodriguez 4, Rumando Farias 4, Richard EHzof.do 3 Scoring By Quarters «dinburg...................... II 17 II 12-55 RGC.,........................,»,..12 II 14 I 52 Edinburg (55) Enrique Garza 14, Danny Diaz 11, David Weldon ¡2. Mike Flores I, Jack Wallace 8, Raul Aguilar 4 RGC (52) Contreras 14, Louis Madrigal 10, Fied Sanchez 8, l opez 8, Wesley Rollins 6, Garcia 4, Villarreal 2 Football Coach Jack Christiansen said Tuesday he is not planning to leave Stanford but ‘’if the nght offer came along. I would certainly have to consider it Christiansen has been under increasing criticism this season, climax«! with his team suffering a 48 15 defeat by California which some Stanford supporters regard as disgraceful .. Washington Redskin special teams standout Hob Brunet, who suffered a con cussion and cut eye while making a tackle in the clubs’ 26-23 overtime loss to Oakland, was released from the hospital The New York Mets appointed Rick Current General Manager of their Jackson. Miss, affiliate in the Texas League. . . Oklahoma defensive tackle I^erov Selmon. who might very well be the No 1 draft choice in the National Football League draft Feb. 3, was named UPI’s Big Eight “Defensive Player of the Year"... The Los Angeles Rams figure to be in good shape for their Thanksgiving Day game with the Detroit Lions “They should be,” said Detroit Coach Rick Forzana; “They played their first team only about 2lk quarters Sunday “ The Rams beat Chicago, 3fM0. Freddie Frederic«, the* senior trainer in the American I league, has been promoted by the California Angels to the position of trainer and traveling secretary The New York Giants signed free agent defensive tackle BUI Win- dauer and released veteran offensive guard Dick Knderle... The American Basketball Association and others were named defendants in a $11 million breach of contract suit filed by t^eonard Bloom, former owner of the AHA San Diego Conquistadors Besides breach of contract, the superior court complaint alleged interference with Bloom’s contract with Conquistados’ center ( aidwell Jones . The New York Rangers of the National Hockey lyea^ue, with three players ailing, called up 19-year-old defenseman Dave Maloney and 21 year old center Greg Hoi:«* from their Providence farm club of the American Hockey l^eague .. A four-man, two-woman jury began deliberations in a $1 5 million civil damage suit against basketball star Marvin Barnes after five davs of U S District Court testimony. The 23-year-old Barnes is a star forward of the Spirits of St Uiuisof the ABA and was the league’s Rookie of the Year last season P h i ladelphia Eagles second-year quarterback Mike Boryla will replace veteran Roman Gabriel as starting quarterback Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, announce Coach Mike McCormack. ..The New Jersey parole board has been asked by Gov. Brenden Byrne to make a recommen dation on whether former boxer Rubin “Hurricane’’ Carter and John Artis should be granted executive clemency... S. Harvey Fosner of Palm Beach, Fla., has been named president of Monticello Raceway to replace Leon Greenberg, who resigned two weeks ago, following a federal conviction on mail fraud charges Jeao-tlaude Killy, a winner of three Olympic gold medals in skiing in 1968 and a two-time World Cup winner, has been named to head the new Shawnee Village Ski Area opening next month at the Pocono Mountain Resort in Pen nsyl vania,, The Chicago Bears added Ron Rydalch, a 6-4. 260-pound defen sive tackle, to their roster and put veteran comerback Nemiah Wilson, 32, on the injured reserve list. . . Jim Kubacki, who overcame should»*r miseries to lead Harvard to its first undisputed Ivy league championship, was named as the quarterback on lIPI’s all East college football team Penn State had the most players selected for the squad (5) — placekicker Chris Bahr < 18 field goals), linebacker Greg Buttle, defensive back Tom O’Dell, defensive tackle John Quinn and offensive guard Tom Rafferty. Pitt had four selections, headed by “Player of the Year” Tony Dorsett, whose 1,544 rushing yards this season raised his three-year total to 4,134 — third best in major college football Also tight end Jim Corbett, defensive back Dennis Moorhead and lineman Rawly Cozens.., Bui, Lynch’s 5-7 running mate, was right behind with 10 It was a nip 'n tuck contest most of the way as MM A led 10-9 at the quarter, 22-19 at the half and 34-29 entering the final stanza The Leathernecks were extremely cold from the foul line, connecting on only seven of 20 However, they outscored the smaller Falcons from the field, 21-18 Los Fresnos’ biggest lead in the contest was 4-0 and 6-2 at the outset, however, the necks tied the count at 6-6 and the lead exchanged hands until the final minutes Chencho Noyola, the Falcons fine 5-11 forward, led the home • Scoring By Quarters MM*..............................II 12 12 15-4* Les Fresnos ...................* I# >« 12-41 MMA (4») Kevin Lynch 1», Jackie Pannell 11, Jim Bui 10, Rod Richards 6. Paul Brundrett 2, Dan Mak I LF (41) Chencho Noyola 15, Rodrigo Garcia II, Armando Aguilar 5, Jesus Garcia 6. Robert Garcia 2, Kirk Riggs 2. College Scores Findlay W Mount Vernon Nazarene 66 Georgetown (Ky ) 68 Indiana- Southeast $5 SW Texas, 63-62 SEGUIN, Tex (UPli _ Richard Bryant hit a jump shot from the baseline with two seconds left Tuesday night to give Southwest Texas a 63-62 basketball victory over Texas Lutheran A& I, 79-74 GEORGETOWN, Tex (UPli — Texas A&l whipped George town 79-74 Tuesday night in a non-conference basketball game, with James Johnson leading the Javehnes with 20 points The victory raised A&l record to 1-2 and dropped Southwestern to 0-4. club with 15 points, while Rodrigo Garcia totalled 11 Turnovers hurt the Falcons down the stretch as they committed three miscues after the score was tied at 40-40 “Those turnovers killed us’ moaned Los Fresnos Coach Noel Solis “MMA is real aggressive and that hurt us because we weren’t real aggressive ” Los Fresnos suffered a blow Monday when Robert Garcia, the regular 6-2 postman, suf fered an injury' to the head in practice, which required four stitches “He played only about four or five minutes,’’ claimed Solis because we didn’t want to ‘chance’ it (the in jury).” Garcia scored only two points M M A hit three key f ree throw s late in the contest, while Lynch also delivered a big bucket And, Pannell, a senior, tossed in seven of his 11 points in that decisive stanza Los Fresnos picked up the B-game. 35-28. to run its record to 2-0 OVffl All OR ANY PART or TMl T HI V AUf Y Y T .T T T T ’Air Central, 11141)4111 » O Ow« 1411 irneiim. te—« um Tta Avi«mn Saivicti ï ÊÈU M -M (jUfJk •f thi V b H« v

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