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National Report Nets Earn OT Win In Boston, Page C2 ilFind me someone who's never had a problem, and I'mgoing to go looking for him. II Shcers coach John Lucas on the acquisition of Derrick Section C SPORTS DIGEST U.S., Russia Tie At Davis Cup, Page C2 Dwayne "Pearl" Washington, a former first-round NBA draft pick, was rescued by a 13-year-old boy who found him mid-seizure and helped keep him alive until an ambulance arrived. "I feel very lucky," .Washington said. The former All-American from Syracuse expects to recover ftilly from a benign tumor in his brain that was the source of a few small headaches and one big seizure. Sean Howard, the son of Washington's girlfriend, came in to check on a football 'game and found the ex-player shaking and coughing blood. Mike Keenan threatened to quit as coach of the St. Louis Blues and concentrate solely on his general manager duties, sources told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The threat came during a brief locker-room visit after the Blues' 2-0 loss to Buffalo Monday, the newspaper reported Friday. The loss extended the team's winless streak to five games. The threat never was made to Blues management. Phil Niekro and Don Sutton, 300-game winners who previously have fallen short in Hall of Fame voting, headed the list of eligible players on ballots. There are no overwhelming favorites among the 13 players eligible for the first time this winter. Heading that group are former MVPs Keith Hernandez and Fred Lynn. Other first-time eligibles are Bob Boone, Bill Buckner, Bob Knepper, Chet Lemon, Jeffrey Leonard, Dan Quisenbeny, Johnny Ray, Jerry Reuss, John Tudor, Claude 11 Washington and Frank White. The New York Yankees exercised their $1.1 million option for 1996 on right-hander Scott Kamieniecid. Kaznieniecld, who will be 32 in April, was 7-6 with a 4.01 ERA in 16 starts and one relief appearance last season. He had a $1 million base salary last season and earned $100,000 more in performance bonuses. Damon Stoudamire, a point guard for the expansion Toronto Raptors, was selected NBA Rookie of the Month for November. Stoudamire, the seventh selection in the draft, averaged 16.3 points, 8.3 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game. Charles Oakley of the New York Knicks and Larry Johnson of the Charlotte Hornets were fined by the NBA for taking part in an altercation during a game at Charlotte. Oakley was fined $7,500 and Johnson $2,500. The penalties were announced by Rod Thorn, NBA senior vice president for basketball operations. Local Report De Paul Sees Bright Future, Page C3 Hackensack Tops North Bergen, Page C3 Announcements Hampton to Appear at Pathmark New York Giants running back Rodney Hampton will make an appearance at the Pattanark of West Paterson on Tuesday, Dec. 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hampton will be available to sign autographs for the , fans. "It's a once in a lifetime opportunity for local football fans to meet one of the NFL's premier football players' stated Stan Sorkin, Vice President, Public Affairs of Pathmark Stores, Inc. The Pathmark of West Paterson is located on Route 46 West. DePaul Seeks Hoops Coach DePaul High School is looking for a boys freshman basketball coach. Please contact Athletic Director Joe Lennon at 694-8787 if Interested. To hear Harold MacDonald, Derrick Coleman's agent, you come to only one conclusion and that is the Nets have no clue when it comes to solving their basketball problems. It's been a popular point of view since the franchise sold Julius Erving for cash, and might explain the negative reviews surrounding New Jersey's latest trade. But don't be conftted, the Nets did the right thing sending Coleman to the Sixers in a deal which brought Shawn Bradley. The Nets got rid of a player who has a history of injuries and now a heart De Paul's Title : Quest Falls Just Shod By BRIAN FALZARANO Herald & News EAST HUTHERFÔRD Give De Paul credit. From watching fihn of St. Joseph, Spartans coach Joe Lennon saw things his team could use to give them St. Joe's 32 a shot at knockDePaul 26 jag off the state's No. 1 team. Usually seen as conservative, he loosened things up against the Green Knights, a team that had proven itself susceptible to the pass in the NJSIAA Parochial Group 1 semifinal against Delbarton. "We wanted to spread things out," said Lennon. "That's the way to beat St. Joseph, to spread things out." DePaul did this successfully. The Spartans had command of the game in the first half, and seemed on the verge of pulling off a huge upset for a while. However, St. Joseph, using a combination of its powerful running game and a late pass interference call on its final drive, was able to squeak out a 32-26 victory in the Parochial Group 1 final at Giants Stadium. After the game, Lennon made no excuses for the loss. Sure, De-Paul (8-3) had played St. Joseph (11-0) which will probably remain the No. 1 team in the state tough. But he was still pleased with the way his team played. "I've always been proud of these Susan ZelinboterHeraid & News Bergen Catholic savors the taste of revenge yesterday at Giants Stadium after topping St. Peter's Prep for the Parochial Group 4 title. Pay Schemes Cost Miami Bowl Berth, Scholarships By STEVEN WINE The Associated Press MIAMI The Miami Hurricanes, college football's most notorious team during the past decade, met their match Friday. The NCAA announced sanctions that will cost Miami a bowl berth this year and a reduction of at least five scholarships each season through 1997. The penalties are for a financial aid scandal, a play-for-pay scheme and other violations of NCAA rules under former coaches Dennis Erickson and Jimmy Johnson. problem, a player who didn't want to be in New Jersey and who has caused more headaches than points and rebounds In return, they get a guy who could be their starting center for the next 10 years, an NBA baby with a tremendous up side contrary to reports that claim he has no talent. This is a good trade, you can be sure of that, even if Bradley does not turn into the dominant player the Sixers thought they were getting with the second pick in the '93 draft. If the Nets thought they could get more for Coleman by al Susan ZeRnhoterHeraid & News Dante Siciliano catches a TD pass yesterday in De Paul's narrow loss to St. Joe's at Giants Stadium. kids," said Lennon. "I told them that last year at this time they were lifting weights, and this year they're in Giants Stadium. I'm not any less protti of them than I've ever been." School officials described the punishment as fair and ruled out an appeal. "I'm embarrassed any time I look back and say to myself I could have done a better job," university president Edward Foote said. "In retrospect, it is clear that ' we were not providing adequate controls within the department of intercollegiate athletics, which allowed inadvertent as well as conscious violations by some people." Miami, 8-3 and ranked 22nd, had been in contention for a berth against Notre Dame in the Orange , - Mike Neibart lowing him to play a few games, they'd be demonstrating the same losing mentality that has caused so much misery in their past. Overweight and still not ready to start the season, and unhappy on top of that, Coleman was in no shape to dazzle any general managers or change any of his negative perceptions It was time for him to go. A franchise with a losing history made a winning move, and if some of the headlines tell you different "We played a helluva game," said junior tailback Dante Sicilian, who scored all four of De Paul's touchdowns. "St. Joe's just stepped up. They're a helluva See De Paul, Page C4 I Bowl and the $3 million that goes with it. Instead, the school's streak of 12 consecutive major bowl appearances has ended. Virginia Tech, which tied Miami for the Big East Conference title, is now assured of a major bowl berth. Syracuse, which finished third in the league, will play in the Gator Bowl instead of the Car-quest Bowl. The NCAA placed Miami on three years' probation for violations in football, baseball, women's golf and men's tennis, but it imposed no limitations on wirming moves since the close of last season's mess. In just a few months, they have said goodbye to Coleman, Benoit Benjamin, Chris Morris, and Dwayne Schintalus. They are on the right road, and Kenny Anderson should be the next to go. This is not to say Coleman's the worst guy in the world. He's not. In fact, he can be thoughtful and charming. If he cared more about his public perception, he would show this side more often. He's no 0-I.-Simpson, who is nothing but ly, the Nets have been making aft --harming for reporters then goes winning moves since the close of home and beats up his wife. last season's mess. At the same time Coleman is In just a few months, they have not a team player. His acts of re-said goodbye to Coleman, Benoit bellion are well-documented, and Benjamin, Chris Morris, and they did no good for New Jersey. Dwayne Schintzius. They are on They shattered his market value the right road, and Kenny and because of that the Nets re Anderson should be the next to ceived only a prospect in return. go. They could have done worse. For This is not to say Coleman's the the longest time it looked as if worst guy in the world. He's not. they would get nothing at all for In fact, he can be thoughtful and Coleman. charming. If he cared more about In two seasons in Philadelphia, his public perception, he would the 7-foot-6 Bradley has mostly show this side more often. He's no struggled. He also has shown 0-I:Simpson, who is nothing but See Nets, Page C4 Sweet Revenge For Victorious Bergen Catholic By AL 1ANNAZZONE Herald dr News EAST RUTHERFORD If revenge is truly sweet, the Bergen Catholic football team should be worried about cavities this morn ing. BC 19 The Crusaders, St. Peter's 6 the No. 7 team in the state's press poll, have been carrying around the bitter 26-24 defeat they suffered at the hands of St. Peter's Prep in last year's NJSIAA Parochial Group 4 final, and wanted nothing more than to face those same Marauders again with the state championship on the line. With the stakes and the backdrop exactly the same, BC and St. Peter's met yesterday at Giants Stadium, and this time the Crusaders (10-1) absolutely dominated the Marauders, 19-6, for their fourth sectional title in five years. "That was probably the worst day of my coaching career, to get so far and not get the job done," said BC coach Fred Stengel, recalling last year's loss. "This was as sweet and as enjoyable a victory See Revenge, Page C4 television appearances. Miami will lose 13 new football scholarships for the 1996-97 academic year and 11 for 1997-98. The NCAA also adopted as its own penalty Miami's previous decision to voluntarily reduce its football scholarships from 25 to 18 for the 1995-96 academic year. The Hurricanes will be limited to a total of 80 scholarships each season through 1997, instead of the usual 85. The NCAA regards scholarship reductions as perhaps its most el-See Miami, Page C4 Old Formula Serves YOUni Devils Well By SHAWN P. ROARKE Herald & News EAST RUTHERFORD Call it "Charge of the Youth Brigade, Part 2 Last season, the New Jersey Devils struggled out of the gate, Dnis but turned their Lightning I Stanley Cup season around with periodic infusions of fresh faces. Last night, the Devils showed that they may be on the same track, using a two-goal performance from 19-year-old rookie Petr Sykora and a goal and an assist from 25-year-old call-up Scott Pellerin to down the Tampa Bay Lightning, 5-1, before 14,289 at the Meadowlands. New Jersey (12-10-3) is unbeaten in three straight games, erasing the horrific memories of a six- - game winless streak that immediately preceded this renaissance. "1 don't get that many chances," said Pellerth, who played 45 games with New Jersey in 1992-93 before spending the last two years in the American Hockey League. "If it helps the team out, that's great." For the second straight game, Pellerin helped the team out in the best possible way, putting the puck in the net. In Wednesday's overtime win over Colorado, Pellerin potted the tying goal in the third period; last night, he netted the Devils' third goal, giving the home team some breathing room. "He's working hard," Lemaire said of the former Hobey Baker Award winner, awarded to the best collegiate player each year. 1 "He plays a simple game, moves the puck at the right time, and he doesn't gamble too much with the puck, which is good." , See Devils, Page C4 Messier Helps Slow Avalanche Me Associated Press NEW YORK Mark Messier scored two goals and added an assist last night as the New York Rangers extended their home unbeaten streak to nine games with a 5-3 victory over the Colorado Avalanche. In the first meeting since the Rangers defeated the then-Quebec Nordiques in the first round of last season's playoffs, New York scored the first four goals and put the game away when Messier scored on the power play 19 seconds into the third period. Pat Verbeek had a goal and two assists for the Rangers, now 8-0-1 at home since Oct. 22. Ray Ferraro and Sergei Nemchinov also scored for New York. ' Colorado, leader of the Pacific Division, got a second-period goal from Warren Rychel and had goals by Andrei Kovalenko and Sandis Ozolinsh in the final 3:16 of the game. Rangers goaltender Mike Richter stopped 35 of 38 shots. Colorado goalie Stephane Fiset was 10-0-1 in his last 11 starts, but he also had missed the last three games with an infection in his left foot. - The effects of the layoff clearly showed when the Rangers jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 14 minutes See Messier, Page C4 4. I MU I I 1 To hear Harold MacDonald, problem, a player who didn't want Derrick Coleman's agent, you to be in New Jersey and who has Mike Neibart ly, the Nets have been making all harming for reporters then goes -- winning moves since the close of home and beats up his wife. , . come to only one conclusion and caused more headaches than last season's mess. At the same time. Coleman is National Report that is the Nets have no clue when points and rebounds. , lowing him to play a few games, In just a few months, they have not a team player. His acts of re, I it comes to solving their basket- In return, they get a guy who they'd be demonstrating the same said goodbye to Coleman, Benoit bellion are well-documented, and ball problems. It's been a popular could be their starting center for losing mentality that has caused Benjamin, Chris Morris, and they did no good for New Jersey. i Nets Earn OT Win point of view since the franchise the next 10 years, an NBA baby so much misery in their past. Dwayne Schintzius. They are on They shattered his market value : 1 in Boston, Page C2 sold Julius Erving for cash, and with a tremendous up side con- Overweight and still not ready to the right road , and Kenny and because of that, the Nets re- might explain the negative reviews trary to reports that claim he has start the season, and unhappy on Anderson should be the next to ceived only a prospect in return. i 4 surrounding New Jersey's latest no talent top of that. Coleman was in no go. They could have done worse For or ! : U i S Russia Tie trade. This is a good trade, you can be shape to dazzle any general man- This is not to say Coleman's the the longest time, it looked as if But don't be confuted, the Nets sure of that, even if Bradley does agers or change any of his negative worst guy in the world. He's not. they would get nothing at all for Davis 1 : ' At D C P C2 Cup, age did the right thing sending Col- not turn into the dominant player perceptions. In fact, he can be thoughtful and Coleman. ' I eman to the Shiers in a deal which the Sixers thought they were get- It was time for him to go. A charming. If he cared more about In two seasons in Philadelphia, i - Dwayne veati washingto. a . brought Shawn Bradley. The Nets ting with the second pick in the '93 franchise with a losing history his public perception, he would the 7-foot-6 Bradley as y has mshoostwlny s f . . ' a got rid of a player who has a his- draft. If the Nets thought they made a winning move, and if some show this side more often. He's no t i i ormer first-rotmd NBA draft pick, 13-year-old boy tory of injuries and now a heart could get more for Coleman by al- of the headlines tell you different- O.J. Simpson, who is nothing but See Nets, Page C4 i was rescued by a 3 - who found him znid-seizure and I , , 'I' b c arton. helped keep him alive until an am- . - ' Mance arrived. "I feel very lucicy," , n , . , . .. 4, -,.... - -1.- z ,, . -. It ,--,,,i, I , ' . t It; 1.,,,,,T,..nr , ,,r, ;,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1.,-...r,---e, Washington saidMe former All- eratil S T,41, ,, . 1 4 Old r- 1 ' American from Syracuse expects ' II. e 14- - '! AW '' - .- 4. nT---- ' it , , i It 0 - -4 tormula ... I , ,,.. , to recover filly from a benign - 1444.- -44 ,404. , - - -i,,---v- g' '! ir 4.4 ' f Z ,, ,& 4 f SI 4 .. -, ,,,- ; 49' ' , , , t ,..,,4 -,- 1, ., and one big seizure. Sean Howard - . 446, itotti t f . tumor in his brain that was the , , 4- -e- ,- i14A,,, .. ,- ''-' ,.. , source of a few small headaches , , , Quest Falls ,, it t kt ------,,,z-. P--4,--e--,1 n , 4. i., . . 4 - -f----' f N 2 f Serves Young : ,', the son of Washington's girlfriend, I ' ,,..,,,,,..,,,,,,,,..--4-- IOW. f . came in to check on a football i g,.....- 1, I -I 1 - ' ' 1 oilf I , ,.0, 7 ik.-4,.,, - o game and found the ex-player Just OR . Shod , : - , . i , - f; -' Jo ,...., .. shalcing and coughing blood 1 f if , At lPr ;A-4, ft - . , 70 4- -t-i . . '' ' ' ' ' I Deviis Well t.4..,i - - p--e- i . ..,fts, c , , . . . . Mike Keenan threatened to ., i- ',4b--,,,, Arta i , At, , 04420611----,- ---..k, , 1t ' , 4 - , quit as coach of the St. Louis Blues By BRIAN FALZARANO 1 1 411, - 5 '... d , , 0. O.:. i 0 Ir...,v. CtL . a 4 1 1 tre - . 1! By SHAWN P. ROARKE and concentrate solely on his gen- Herald & News , . --- ...044' - AN..,4 ,, ' io: 1 D v"ta,,,,,, Ade. Herakt & News 1 eral manager duties, sources told EAST RUTHERFORD - Give 1 '' -. ' 04( - , , z I r,-.; ,...,,,,,,,,. ii EAST RUTHERFORD - Call it the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The DePaul credit. From watching fihn - s; ---, ,-,7,--;:-- :. 1 c,-.7. ' ' ; 11 , - 14 40 4 ,, - , v , , Charge of the Youth Brigade, I ! threat came during a brief locker- of St. Joseph, Spartans coach Joe , i ,,,It- i room visit after the Blues' 2-0 loss Lennon saw things his team could 4 -, ', -,,,,'! k , I e.. 41 , , t:.' 2 , Part 2" . , ' N 4,30---- , -, ',, : Iii,,4t6-4,A - Last season, the New Jersey j to Buffalo Monday, the newspaper use to give them i , - ' k 5 , . , nn4 Devils struggled . reported Friday. The loss extended St. Ioe's 32 a shot at knock- --,,,,, ,, -, , '1,,... 1 I I i t , , ., out of the gate, Bevis 5 . the team's winless streak to five 26 ing off the state's t DePaul ' - 42, .. , i , - -e- , - t i i if , , but turned their Lightning I ' ' games. The threat never was made No. 1 team. 4 4 . I -- t if, - Stanley Cup to Blues management. Usually seen as conservative, he - , , 1 1 , --w t A 4 season around with periodic in- loosened things up against the . , ... 4 - , ad - 4 , ... . . L-, , --------, , - e- , -dr 4 V e fusions of fresh faces. 4. Ibti , 1 Phil Niekro and Don Sutton, Green Knights, a team that had 4 - , ,- , t Last night, the Devils showed , 300-game winners who previously proven itself susceptible to the t v 0, 44, - - '1 .11 l ,, . (II 41 that they may be on the same , have fallen short in Hall of Fame pass in the NJSIAA Parochial . , i- !,,ryS track, using a two-goal per- voting, headed the list of eligible Group 1 semifinal against ',- tio'40 , ', :4-, 4 te j . 4kr 4 , -... ': ' ' . , fonnance from 19-year-old rookie players on ballots. There are no Del . i Petr Sykora and a goal and an . overwhelming favorites among the "We wanted to spread things it ., twit' 4 ' -1 - - ' assist from 25-year-old call-up 4 - 13 players eligible for the first time out," said Lennon. "That's the way ,,, ,..4 Scott Pellerin to down the Tampa this winter. H to beat St. eading that group are Joseph, to spread 11. 1 ( , 1, , Bay Lightning, 5-1, before 14,289 at former MVPs Keith Hernandez things out." , , -t , ,,,,i, the Meadowlands. and Fred Lynn. Other first-time DePaul did this successfully. The --,, c"'",, New Jersey (12-10-3) is unbeaten eligibles are Bob Boone, Bill Buck- Spartans had command of the ''''''"Nk, in three straight games, erasing game the in first half, , . i , , 14, the horrific memories of a six- ,,, neri Bob Knepper, Chet Lemon, and seemed - on e verge o puling g - , , , k that immedi- u Jeffrey Leonard, Dan Quisenbeny, the f l off a hue - , '''' game winless strea '141 upset for a while. However, St. - --444) Johnny Ray, Jerry Reuss, John ately preceded this renaissance. Josep ing h, us a combination of its Tudor, Claudell Washington and ' I don't get that many chances," powerful running game and a late . , , ..4 , , ,i, , Frank White. said Pellerin, who played 45 games pass interference call on its final , -, - - -.-, - '4, 404 or-,'''1117 v ' .- lit- --' . with New Jersey in 1992-93 before , ' - 44ki .....,;.,,,,--;', 41.- . - drive, was able to squeak out a - n n ,, Aor spending the last two years in the The New York Yankees ex- 32-26 victory in the Parochial - Susan ZRnhoterfHeraid & News American Hockey League. "If it ercised their $1.1 million option for Group 1 final at Giants Stadium. Dante Sidliano catches a 'ID pass yesterday in DePaurs narrow loss to St. Joe's at Giants Stadium. helps the team out, that's great." 1996 . on right-hander Scott Ka- After the game, Lennon made , For the second straight game, mieniecld. Kamieniecid, who will no excuses for the loss. Sure, De- be 32 in April, was 7-6 with a 4.01 Paul (8-3) had played St. Joseph kids," said Lennon. "I told them "W . Pellerin helped the team out in the e played a helluva game," tli ERA in 16 starts and one relief ap- (11-0) - which will probably re- that last year at this time they said junior tailback Dante a wee t Revenge puc best possible way, putting the m s k the net. In Wecinesday ' pearance last season. He had a $1 main the No. 1 team in the state - were lifting weights, and this year Sicilian, who scored all four of , . overtime win over Colorado, million base salary last season and tough. But he was still pleased they're in Giants Stadium. I'm not DePaurs touchdowns. "St. Joe s r ' Pellerin potted the tying goal in earned $100,000 more in per- with the way his team played. any less pro ttl of them than I've just stepped up. They're a helluva For Victonous the third period; last night, he fonnance bonuses. "I've always been proud of these ever been." See DePaul, Page C4 netted the Devils' third goal, giv- , Bergen Catholic thing room. guard team some breath- . Damon Stoodamm, a point g guard for the ex pansion Toronto ,.e -- - "He's woricing hard," Lemaire Raptors, was selected NBA Roolde , . ---; -,'4--,,,, ---''''"""'''-t'''' '''"---- , By AL IA Y NNAZZONE said of the former Hobe Baker , , .. of the Mont i h for November. '..fto...ii,,.,,,,,..... . , I i e - li j Herald dr News Award winner, awarded to the Stoudamire, the seventh selection , ' '1" EAST RUTHERFORD - If re- best collegiate player each year. in the draft, averaged 16.3 points, , : venge is t 5 8.3 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 1.7 -, f truly sweet, the Bergen "He plays a simple game, moves , Catholic football team should be the puck at the right time, and he steals per game. ,4-., ''s '"' ,-1 ''Ilk doesn't gamble too much with the 4, 4. ' worried about cavities this morn- ?' pat,- n" -k, r-vi 4- -t---. - ; ing puck, which is good." , l '4, :04. ! .,,,, , j.-4,-,,,, l, 't 'V .4-,,....- , Charles Oakley of the New ' 4, - . 4 f '. 1 , ,"-- i ,. 'III -40.4 , , - , ir I 1 p,' N I., '',,, ? ,, --'4", BC 19 The Crusaders, ,- . ,--, ,,,,,,,-- tt $ . - , . , NI lcs and Larry Johnson of - ' p - r - I--; f tit,,4"- , nw; á ! ; 0 St Peter's 6 the No. 7 team in See Devils, Page C4 York Knic . the Charlotte Hornets were fined . - -4, , , , , e 0. , - 44', .0 t is, 1 the state's press . - , , 41: -4 , , , poll, have been carrying around by the NBA for ta lcing part in an - , - , , , , t klilf 'w ' It I-- 7 , .4. .., ..v, tf ',..1., cs i,',I , itk 4 -, 4,5 , ,-- ,fr.... . th bitter 2624 defeat e tter -eat tey suf- altercation during a game at - ,,r, - 4,1) Al I 4 , , c- gr r a 1 it '.", , ..z 0 ,' r ' fered at the hands of St. Peter's Messier Helps Charlotte. Oaldey was fined $7,500 , 4e.,-; -1,.,,,,.-41-47c i 'fa-'N 4; v 1 ili If ;''''t lir-1- ,e, ...,10, ).,,,,, -----s. .- f ,., N,,, ,..1.) ..,, a ,,,k; --- ,.,. and Jolmson $2,500. The penalties lei i 41,1' r,a vt., --'44k "1 ' 'ail An ,01F ' 4 -. 41r - ;'- A.'s- ' ,, , Prep in last year's NJSIAA Par- n , ) , - -, ' ----- ' 14 - 41! S- ochial Grou 4 were annotmced by Rod Thorn, 4e.4 4 ,1140.!,,i 4,4,,- , -4 ., .-- 40---,t A,- tl stesi 10,,,,,kaiwoM P. 01, P fmal, and wanted NBA senior vice president for l''"' - 4"4,--"2 -- - - k Slow Avalanche ,01,..14., ogio-N set,400,All nothing more than to face those same Marauders again with the basketball operations. ' ) 4 - , "Itv- 4-' '- ' ' ''- ''-'4'4:,!..1 ki ' , , ' ,11 , ,,, ,, 1,. ,,,,1 ...- , state championship on the line. 1 With the stakes and the The Assoczated Press WI It' 14'' I ti N f . ' :, i, ksj ' --r-,,,---- , ........1 their bac k backdrop o p exactly se ti 0 ntalhe title same, , fiBvCe -krif,;, It r i-- ! ,,, 0)i ,,.- , a NE5-3WvicYtoryrtKov-er MtharekCMoloerssadieor . Local Report , I , -,......- , I, , ,r, ,,,,,,,... , , I) f t e , , .., ( , c' ,,,,i i Giants Stadium, and this time the sist last night as the New York , 1 nated the Marauders, 19-6, for beaten streak to nine games with (4-,:'"Ar . "That was probably the worst In the first meeting since the ' 1 -,', ir.:D " I so far and not get the job done," bee Nordiques in the first round of i - ---.'''44,.. and St. Peter's met yesterday at scored two goals and added an as- , . (1 1 ,,,,,,,,, --,.' -410::), --r :. , II ws, ,,,,. 2 I I ce ' ' ''' 1 Crusaders (10-1) absolutely domi- Rangers extended their home un- if . ,.., 77 ' 1 DePaul Sees ,417c,-. e T wow't t., - Bright Future, Page C3 , ,,!:,:1- i ..."--- c , years. ' Avalanche. , 4 day of my coaching career, to get Rangers defeated the then-Que- Hackensack Tops , ., , ,,,,,, I , , , 4,, i . North Bergen, Page C3 t , ,, 9 ,,,,..-.; ' ',. said BC coach Fred Stengel, recall- last season's playoffs, New York ' - - ing last year's loss. "This was as scored the first four goals and put Susan ZelinboterHeraid & News sweet and as enjoyable a victory the game away when Messier B en Catholic savors the taste of revenge yesterday at Giants Stadium after pimping St. Peter's Prep for the scored on the power play 19 sec- An erg nouncements Parochial Group 4 tido. - ' ' See Revenge, Page C4 onds into the third' period. Hampton to Appear at Pathmark Pat Verbeek had a goal and two New York Giants naming back assists for the Rangers, now 8-0-1 Rodney Hampton will make an ap- , at home since Oct. 22. Ray Ferraro , pearance at the Patiunark of West ay Schemes Cost miàrni Bowl Berth Scholarships fanordNSeewrgyeoi rN 3 kemellinov also. scored Paterson on 'ruesday, Dec. 5 from 6 .Colorado, leader of the Pacific ) p.m. to 8 p.m. Hampton will be available to sign autographs for the By STEVEN WINE : School officials described the Bowl and the $3 million that goes television appearances. Division, got a second-period goal from W fans. "It's a once in a lifetime op- The Associated Press punishment as fair and ruled out with it. Instead, the school's streak Miami will lose 13 new football arren Rychel and had goals b Andrei ' portunity for local football fans to MIAMI - The Miami Hur- an appeal. of 12 consecutive major bowl ap- scholarships for the 1996-37 y l Kovalenko and Sandis meet one of the NFL's premier foot- ricanes, college football's most "I'm embarrassed any time I pearances has ended. academic year and 11 for 1997-98. Ozo h in ins the final 3:16 of the ball plvers," stated Stan Sorkin, notorious team during the past . look back and say to myself I Virginia Tech, which tied Miami The NCAA also adopted as its game, r ich - Vice President, Public Affairs of decade, met their match Friday. could have done a better job," uni- for the Big East Conference title, is (AM penalty Miami's previous de- Rangers goaltende Mike R Pat hmark Stores, Inc. The The NCAA announced sanctions versity president Edward Foote now assured of a major bowl cision to voluntarily reduce its ter stopped 35 of 38 shots. pathmark of West Paterson is that will cost Miami a bowl berth I said. "In retrospect, it is clear that berth. Syracuse, which finished football scholarships from 25 to 18 Colorado goalie Stephane Fiset w located on Route 46 West. this year and a reduction of at ' we were not providing adequate third in the league, will play in the for the 1995-96 academic year. as 10-0-1 in his last 11 starts, but least five scholarships each season controls within the department of Gator Bowl instead of the Car- The Hurricanes will be limited to he also had missed the last three DePaul Seeks Hoops Coach games with an infection in his left through 1997. intercollegiate athletics, which al- quest Bowl. - a total of 80 scholarships each - DePaul High School is looking for The penalties are for a financial lowed inadvertent as well as con- The NCAA placed Miami on season through 1997, instead of foot. - a boys freshman basketball coach. aid scandal, a play-for-pay scheme scious violations by some people." three years' probation for viol- the usual 85. The effects of the layoff clearly Please contact Athletic Director and other violations of NCAA rules Miami, 8-3 and ranked 22nd, had ations in football, baseball, The NCAA regards scholarship showed when the Rangers jumped Joe Lennon at 694-8787 if under former coaches Dennis been in contention for a berth women's golf and men's tennis, reductions as perhaps its most el- out to a 3-0 lead after 14 minutes interested. Erickson and Jimmy Johnson. against Notre Dame in the Orange but it imposed no limitations on S ee Mtaint" , P age C4 See Messier, Page C4 , - t ' ' 4 '. 4 4. , -- - - , : SPO , DIG Natiorta ! : . U.S., Bus! .. , 1. At Davis C ! Dwayne "P former first-m i was rescued I 3 i who found h helped keep h ' bulance arrive Washington s American troi - to recover 11 -1,. tumor in his source of a li .,i and one big s( ;.. ,. the son of Wa ' came in to ( game and f( 1 I shaking and c: , 4 . N Mike Kee quit as coach ( : ,t and concentrc I I I eral manager ; the St. Louis ' I threat came c I room visit aft: ; to Buffalo Mo ' reported Fridc . the team's w games. The th to Blues mane - Phil Niekr 300-game win have fallen sh voting, heade: players on bi overwhelming . 13 players elig this winter. HE former KM and Fred 1-,Y1 eligibles are B ner, Bob Km Jeffrey Leona Johnny Ray, Tudor, Claud Frank White. ....---.. The New ercised their $ 1996 on righ mieniecki. KE be 32 in April ERA in 16 sta pearance last ''' million base s, earned $100, fonnance bon Damon Si guard for the Raptors, was of the Mon Stoudamire, t in the draft, : 8.3 assists, 4.. steals per garr , Charles 0 York Knicics a the Charlotte by the NBA f altercation cl Charlotte. Cal and Johnson ! were annotm: NBA senior basketball op( , Loco DePaul Se Bright Fut' Hackensac North Ben , t 4 , A. I 1 J 1 , A - h me someone i and had a F ....k , ' ilFtnd ne wo never s nve n . , 1 ....., ' . 1 i problem a I m.going to gooeornaking for him . II , ' '''st A St Skers coach John Lucas on the acquisition of Derrick i Pil, n. I I Herald & News Saturday, December 2, 1995 , . , Section C I , , , SPORTS 1. e Move ' s AntICS' ASIL Agents de Nets e Sens ! , ' DIGEST To hear Harold MacDonald, problem, a player who didn't want ly, the Nets have been making all --harming for reporters then goes , narriolt rnlamoree petard. Unll to hp in WPW JPrsPv and whn hac Atilt litailitirt A....nninct MnUAC eilli,2 fha 'Anon nf homp and hpatq lin hi utifp , Nets Earn OT Win ,,..fazA,o tmt owAvuE, LILA,AL LP CL.S.,, 1 J a s' .v ball problems. It's been a popular could be their starting center for losing mentality that has caused point of view since the franchise the next 10 years, an NBA baby so much misery in their past : 1 in Boston, Page C2 sold Julius Erving for cash, and with a tremendous up side con- Overweight and still not ready to might explain the negative reviews trary to reports that claim he has start the season, and unhappy on , surrounding New Jersey's latest no talent. top of that, Coleman was in no - Susan ZelinboterHeraid & 1 Bergen Catholic savors the taste of revenge yesterday at Giants Stadium after topping St. Peter's Prep for the News sweet and as enjoyable a victory An Parodua I Group 4 title. - r 1 Hampton to Appear at Pathmark See Revenge, Page C4

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