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Sports briefs Harper squads win big In tournament • HARPER—The Harper varsity basketball teams opened the Longhorn tournament by destroying their opening round opponents on Thursday. The Lady Horns, led by Natalie Whitewood's 33-point barrage, squashed the Blanco jayvee 74-23. Other girls bracket results were Fredencksburg jayvee over Rocksprings 46-38, Comfort jayvee beat Hondo jayvee 37-35, and the Ingram jayvee got 16 points from Charlene Foster as they beat Medina 60-33. In the boys bracket, Harper simply destroyed the Blanco junior varsity 78-11. Justin Esquell and Shawn Spaeth each scored 22 points, while David Kunz added 13 and Jason Hill had 10. Other scores were Rocksprings over the Hondo jayvee 75-36, and Medina beat the Harper jayvee 71-11. In today's second round play, the girls division has Rocksprings facing Medina at 11 a.m., the Harper jayvee against the Fredericksburg jayvee at 12:20 p.m., Hondo jayvee versus Blanco jayvee at 3 p.m., Harper faces the Comfort jayvee at 4:20 p.m., and Ingram jayvee against the Harper jayvee- F'Burg jayvee winner at 7 p.m. In the boys bracket, Rocksprings plays Medina at 1:20 p.m., Hondo jay vee meets Harper jay vee at 5:40 p.m., and Harper faces the Rocksprings-Medina winner at 8:20 p.m. j SC women to host {Oklahoma Baptist I The Schreiner College Lady [Mountaineers will host Oklahoma [Baptist University on Saturday [night at 7 p.m. in Edington Center. The Lady Mountaineers will [bring a 5-3 record into Saturday's antest. Jplke hoopsters win tree of four games Peterson Middle School kes won three of their four nes against Boerne this week. | David Riley scored 13 points as eighth grade A team won. |nny Dominguez added 11 its, Reagan Winslow 5, Roger 'riguez 2, and Rodolfo Morales eighth grade B team lost |14. Scoring four points each 5 Greg Galloway, Mike Robin- ion and Reagan Ament. Ford an and Chris Fikes had two The seventh grade A team iumphed 41-34 as Michael Bam- imel scored 14 points and Alex lYbarra had 11. Other scoring was fJustin Mooney 7, Greg Lewis 3, * Stephen Roberts 2, Brian Schmitt 2, Matt McCutcheon 1, Shane Thompson 1. The seventh grade B learners took a 27-13 win behind Larson Langston's 10 points. Other scoring was Damian Delgadillo6, BriU Eastland 4, Scott Christiansen 2, Peter Welly 2, Michael Smith 2, Carter Blackburn 1. Bobcat duo leads Comfort to victory • BANDERA — The Comfort Bobcats got big performances from seniors Billy Staudt and Matt Segleski as they defeated Pearsall 76-56 in the opening round of the Banders basketball tournament on Thursday. Staudt shot a blistering 73 percent from the floor, pumped in 25 points, and he pulled down a team- high 13 rebounds. Segleski also poured in 25 points, and he also dished out 10 assists. Other scorers were Chad Burow 7, Cade Green 6, Alfredo Avalos 5, Damon Derr 4, Jonalhon King 2, Tommy Holt 2. The 'Cats (4-1) will wrap up play in the Bandera tourney on Saturday against the Kennedy jayvee at 3:30 p.m., then play Bandera in the finale at 7:30 p.m. Lady Warriors lose two in tourney • MARION — The Ingram Tom Moore Lady Warriors suffered two defeats as they were eliminated from the Marion basketball tournament on Thursday. In the opening match, Ingram fell to Round Rock 57-47. Shirley Goodman led the way with a team- high 14 points, while Ginny Zell added 12, Rosie Goodman 9, Stephanie Fiedler 7, Tracie Van Hoozer 4, and Misty Middleion 1. In the consolation round, ITM was bumped out of the tourney in a 73-56 loss to Randolph. Shirley Goodman once again was Ingram's top scorer with 25, Fiedler scored 11, Middleion 10, Van Hoozer 4, Zell 4, and Rosie Goodman 2. The Lady Warriors, now 1-3, will host Bandera on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - December 6, 1991 9A m mm -. KtRRViLLE DAILY TIMES - Friday, December 6, 19! Misfiring Pistons slump against Cavs (AP)—The Detroit Pistons are in need of a tuneup. iMiTSwA 4 ' 1 start - "» 1988 and 1989 NBA champions have lost 10 of 14 games. They saw their home record drop to 5-6 Thursday night with a 110-101 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The slump has coach Chuck Daly m a snit. "There wasn't much emotion," Daly said. "This team doesn't have enough emotion. Until they get some emotion and play harder, that's going to happen. 1 ' In the only other NBA games Thursday night, it was New Jersey 109, Milwaukee 101; Atlanta 109, Houston 97; and Golden State 117, Dallas 107. The Cavaliers, who had a five- game winning streak snapped Wednesday night in Chicago, have won nine of 11 games and are in second place in the Central Division. The Pistons are fifth, but Cleveland coach Lenny Wilkens warned not to write off the Pistons. "Hey, that team has' won two championships," he said. "They're still a good team." Brad Daugherty scored 15 of his 25 points in the first half. Isiah Thomas and Mark Aguirre each scored 21 points and Dennis Rodman had a season-high 21 rebounds for the Pistons. The game was tied 25-25 on a basket by Joe Dumars with 3:25 left in the first quarter. But John Williams NBA ROUNDUP hit two baskets and Daughcrty had a three-point play as the Cavs outscored Detroit 9-2 the remainder of the period and led the rest of the way. A basket by Danny Ferry gave Cleveland a 97-80 lead with 6:19 left m the game. Until that point, the Pistons had only one basket in the fourth quarter. Buta basketby Dumars with 5:55 remaining started a 13-2 run that closed Detroit to 99-93 with 3:57 left Mark Price hit four free throws and a 3-pointer to boost the Cavs' lead back to double figures. Warriors 117, Mavericks 107 Chris Mullin and Tim Hardaway scored 27 points each against Dallas. Derek Harper led Dallas with 26 points, but the Mavericks helped the Warriors by committing 18 turnovers, six more than their league-best average. Sarunas Marciulionis came off the bench to score 17 points for Golden State, which opened a 99-82 lead with 7:58 remaining in the game. The Mavericks closed within 10 points on three occasions, but got no closer. Nets 109, Bucks 101 New Jersey spoiled Frank Hamblen's NBA head coaching debut for Milwaukee. Drazen Petrovic scored 23 points and Mookie Blaylock had 19 points and 13 assists as the Nets won on the Bucks' homecourt for the first time since 1988. Dale Ellis led Milwaukee with 19 points. Hamblen, an assistant in the NBA and American Basketball Association for 22 years, took over Wednesday when Del Harris resigned as coach to become full-time vice president of basketball operations. Hawks 109, Rockets 97 Dominique Wilkins matched his season high with 39 points and Atlanta scored the game's final 12 points. Wilkins' free throw with 3:39 to play put the Hawks on top to stay. Otis Thorpe led the Rockets with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Aggies dominate AII-SWC squad Slocum named Coach of the Year DALLAS (AP) — The Texas Aggies rolled unblemished through the 1991 Southwest Conference football race, and the dominance is reflected in The Associated Press all-league team as selected by the coaches. Eight Aggies made first team All-SWC, and they grabbed all the individual honors. Five Aggies were on the second team. R.C. Slocum was named Coach of the Year by his colleagues for the Aggies' first sweep of league competition since 1956 when Bear Bryant was at the helm. It was the first such honor for Slocum, who replaced Jackie Sherrill as head coach three years ago. Quarterback Bucky Richardson, the glue that held together A&M's young offense, was named the Offensive Player of the Year. Running back Greg Hill, a redshirt freshman from Dallas Carter High School, was selected Offensive Newcomer of the Year. Senior linebacker Quentin Co- ryatt of the Aggies was named the SWC's Defensive Player of the Year. Freshman Sam Adams of Cypress Creek was the Defensive Newcomer of ihe Year. In addition to Richardson and Hill, the other first-team Aggies were junior guard John Ellisor and senior tackle Keith Alex. On first team defense, the Aggies had Coryatt, junior linebacker Marcus Buckley, senior cornerback Kevin Smith and sophomore safety Patrick Bates. Other first team offensive performers included wide receivers Mar- cus Grant of Houston and Rodney Blackshear of Texas Tech, running back Trevor Cobb of Rice, tight end Kelly Blackwell of Texas Christian, offensive linemen Monte Jones of Baylor and Trey Teichelman of Rice, center Mark Henry of Arkansas and placekicker Roman Anderson of Houston. Defensively, first learners included linemen Shane Dronett and James Patton of Texas, Santana Dotson of Baylor, and a tie between Roosevelt Collins of TCU and Robin Jones of Baylor. Also selected was linebacker L'Shai Maston of Baylor. Texas Tech's Tracy Saul and Michael James of Arkansas joined a brace of Aggies in the defensive backfield. The punter is Mark Bounds of Texas Tech. Richardson became the leading rushing quarterback in SWC history, but his biggest asset was leadership. The Aggies lost — 35-34 to Tulsa — the only game he couldn't play, sidelined by an ankle injury. Under Richardson, the Aggies finally reached a plateau as the ninth ranked team in ihe country. Hill became the leading freshman rusher in SWC history, surpassing Earl Campbell. Cojyatt led the team in tackles and big hits. He was the heart of the A&M defense that was ranked No. 1 in the nation before the bowls. A&M plays Florida State in the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day. ^locum had 14 freshmen and sophomores sprinkled among his 22 starters, but pushed all the right buttons to get A&M into the Cotton Bowl for the firsi time since 1988. Timei Photo by Ken Schmidt teammate Anthony Curl putting the stop on Texas r ..«.„«„ to the Associated Press All-Southwest Conference ^ along with fellow defensive lineman James Patton, were the ho first squad. District 4-5A making big waves in playoffs (AP) — San Angelo Central didn't have (he points to get past Odessa Permian, but it had the people. By virtue of their higher enrollment, the Bobcats advanced to the Division I playoffs, leaving District 4-5A foe Midland Lee to batile powerful Permian, the class of the state's toughest district, in Division II. Central, Permian and Lee comprise a fourth of the surviving Class 5A schools as Division I enters its semifinal round and Division II plays its quarterfinals. "We've (District 4) always felt pride in being a little stout," said Dan Candy, whose Bobcats (10-2-1) came closer to Permian than anyone in a 21-15 loss. Central battles Killeen (10-2) this week for a berth in the Division I title game. "It's just a real good district to be in. The competition level out here is high. If you don't play your best you're going to get blown out" Lee coach Earl Miller said the district's strength is nothing new. "We've always said we had a strong district," Miller said. "I think that's the proof in the pudding." Decades of facing the same opponents, including perennial juggernaut Permian, has toughened Cen- Schoolboy playoff pairings By The Associated Preu Here m Ihb wttk'i pairings for Die Texas high Khool football playoffs: CLASS 5A (DlvUlon I) SEMIFINALS Sin Angelo (10-2-1) vi. Klllecn (10-2), 4 p.m. Saturday, San Angelo. i ' U4I) **• ,,, Dullei • M (11-2), 2 p-m. Saturday, Memorial Stadium, Austin. CLASS 5A (Division H) QUARTERFINALS ,,*"? to l» d L** (>»•») «• Odou Permian LubtocL P ' 1 "' lurdiy> JonM Sudlum . Wico (12-0-1) w.Dill»s drier (12-1), 2p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Irving. ,,^^ W' 1 * **• Su « ir U|K| w "w»ridg« (11-1-1), 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Astrodome. Houston. SA Manhall (11-2) n. SA Madlaon (10-3), 7 p.m. Friday, Alamo Stadium, San Antonio. CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS Fampa (11-2) v§. Sweetwalcr (11-1), g p.m. Saturday, Jones Stadium, Lubbock. Waxahachle (11-1) vi. Carthage (13-0), I p.m. Friday, Texai Stadium. A&M Consolidated (10-2) vt. Chapel Hill (10-1-2), 3 pjn. Saturday, SFA Sudlum, Nacogdochei. Austin Weiliake (12-0-1) w. Calallea (12-1), 8 p.m. Friday, Javellna Stadium, Klngsvllle. CLASS M QUARTERFINALS Burnct (12-0-1) n. Marble FalU (11-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lewidcr. Southlake Carroll (13-0) n. Forney (13-0), g p.m. Saturday, Texas Stadium, Irving. Grotibeck (11-2) v». Falrfleld (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Waco M!dw|y. Slnlon (12-0-1) w. Edna (13-0), 8 p.m. Friday, Cuero. CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS Albany (13-0) vt. Wellington (12-0), 7 JO p.m. Friday, Vernon. Mart (12-1) vi. Farmenvllle (13-0), S p.m. Friday, DeSoto. Elkhart (11-1-1) vi. Grapeland (11-1-1), 7:30 pan. Friday, SFA Stadium, Nacogdochd. Schulenburg (13-0) n. Yorklown (10-3), 8 pan. Friday, Bobcat Stadium, San Marcoi. CLASS A QUARTERFINALS Memphla (11-1) n. Rankln (11-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lowrey Field, Lubbock. Rotan (12-0) vi. Valley MilU (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brownwood. Oakwood (10-2) vi. Evadale (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Grovcton. Runge (10-1-1) vi. BartUtl (11-1-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Loekhart SIX-MAN SEMIFINALS Sandi (13-0) vs. Fort llancuck (12-0), 8 p.m. Friday, Wink. ChrUloval (11-2) vi. Zephyr (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Colcman. tral, Gandy said. "In a lot of the city districts, the teams change," he said. "Out here we've played each other since high schools started. You've got grandfathers saying '1 remember way back when we played them.' It definitely makes you play hard." District 4 put away District 5 and the last two-thirds of District 8's playoff contingent last week. Lee trounced Sherman 29-7 and Permian, led by Malcolm Hamilton's 199 yards and three touchdowns, whipped the bigger, stronger Arlington Lamar Vikings 25-7. Central, meanwhile, used Shea Morenz's 258 yards passing and four touchdowns to oust Arlington Sam Houston 33-28. At least one of the teams will be bumped this week as Permian (13-0) and Lee (12-1) face off in a Division II quarterfinal. The rivalry is so intense thai ihe schools, aboul 20 miles apart, opted to play 100 miles away in Lubbock rather than risk a coin flip thai would force them to play on iheir opponent's home field. An Oct. 11 batile at Odessa's Ratliff Sladium proved easy for Permian, which won 33-0. "They kicked our lungs in," Miller said. "We played aboul as poorly as we could. Somciimes you learn something, but it's tough when ihey (Permian) say ii's ihe besi team they've ever had. We're jusi glad lo be where we're al right now." Gandy said he likes ihe chances of District 4 taking iwo slate champ- ionship trophies back to West Texas. "That would be something, wouldn't it?" he said. In the other Division 1 game Saturday, Fort Bend Dulles (12-0) takes on Converse Judson (11-2). Dulles, ignited by Dcrras Wilmington's 95-yard kickoff return to open ihe second half, rolled 10 a 26-14 victory over Houslon Lamar lasl week. Judson won a 45^2 slugfcsl over Corpus Christ! Carroll. In Division II, Waco (12-0-1) lakes on Dallas Carter (12-1) for a semifinals benh against the Permian-Lee winner. Aldine (10-1-1) faces Fort Bend Willo- wridge (11-1-1) for the Region III title and San Antonio Marshall (11-2) batilcs crosslown rival Madison (10-3) for the title in Region IV. Class 4A has Pampa (11-2) and Sweeiwater (11-1) playing for the Region I championship, and it's Waxahachie (11-1) vs. Carthage (13-0) in Region II, A&M Consolidated (11-2) vs. Chapel Hill (10-1-2) in Region 111 and Auslin Westlake (12-0-1) vs. Calallen (12-1) in Region IV. Souihlake Carroll (13-0) and Forney (13-0) meci Saiurday ai Texas Sladium lo decide the Region II title. Burnet (12-0-1) plays Marble Falls (H-l) in ihe Region 1 final. Senior Cliiicni League Week of 11-24-91 Kerrville Bowling Team OuUiden Never Know OOPS Road KuBBen Pin Pali UUIbilUa Tycoon* Off the Wall Four Jokeri Star Trek Woo 35 32.5 32 29 29 27.5 2* 23 23 22 Luil 21 23.5 24 27 27 284 30 32 33 34 Scratch Scorn Game: "»Up"CoUui. 221, Bobby Jone* 213. Kent Rogan 209, Lorna Tagge 181, Celeste Karr 177 Dottle Blair 177, Ojffider. 724, Jokere »99 Never Know «7. Scrki: Harry Powell 544. Kent Rogan 557, BUI HuMen 554, Cd«k FaTr 495 Lorna Tagge 589, Dottle LaPoint 485, Never Know 2037; Jokeri 1925, Off Ihe Wall 1917. Handicap Scor« Game: "Rip" Collins 2*3, BiU llolden 247, Ken Rogan 245, Lurna Tagge 244, Franca Vlatck 235, Ccl«k Fair 230, OuUlders 924, Jukeri 8»», Never Know 8*5. Serlca: BIU Llvermure »W, BUI llolden *74, Kent Rogan **5, Lorna Tagge 457, Ctlt.lt Farr »S4, Francci Vlaaek »3S. Never KMIW 2571, Oulilden 2503, Pin Pall 2454. Charier League Week of ll-2i-91 Team Won LuM Don CouncU Refrigeration 30 18 Dun! IJpnoUUry 29.5 UJ Sidney Baker(k) 29.5 184 IIUI Country Bud 28 20 Underground L'tlll- tki 27J 204 Manlcri CouUniiHoa 27 21 Flrit National Bank 2* 22 Sub Station 2* 22 Alamo Ready Mix 23 25 Save Inn Mold 22 24 Coon Beer 22 2* River Valky Health Food 21.5 2*4 Howlon Painting 20 28 Whclan Plumbing 20 28 ScotUV. M/il Service 19 29 Cokirama TV 13 35 Scratch Scores Game: Maiten Construction 1017, Duril Uphol- slerj 1009, Save Inn Mold MU, Dak Irbj 2*5, Joe Munlanei US, Paul Gonuk* 241. Scries: Mailers Coiuu-ucllon 2943, Don CouncU ReTrlg- cralka 2795, Save Inn Motel 2792, Dran VVIUon •50, Joe Monlanei Mt, Paul Gonulci tl». Handicap Scorci Game: Masleri Coiulructioo 1095, Scuttle'* Mil Service 10W, Don CouncU Refrigeration 1079, Dale Irby 298, Jot Montana 287, Chris Workman 257. Stria: Masters ConMrucUon 3177, Dun Council RtfrlgcraUon 3083, WhcUn Plumbing 3M5, Chris Workman 74*. Joe Mon- lanei 712, Dean Wilson 701. Strike Force PacerKPP) Cherry Pickers Pin Kallkn Hookers HI Rotten Pin Choppers Bluebonneb Morning Glorlw 27 M 24 23 23 22 19 14 14 25 22 2S 29 29 30 33 31 38 Team Senior Salnls Sals Pals(PP) Spares Charlie's Angcb S»ed Ruiis Swingers Bowling Uag> Wtdnttd*) Morning KaU Coffee League W«k of 12-04-91 Won 37 30 33 31 31 29 29 Lost 15 18 19 21 21 23 35 Scrilch Scurtt Game: Manlne Short 212, &lrley Hauen 211, Bonnie Heun 200, CharUc'i Angtl* 709, Senior Sainli W3-M9. Strio: fjumt McNeal 535, Lynn Johnson 523, Maxlnc Short 521, Chai. Angels 1912, Senior SalnU 13, Paccn 1927. Handicap Scorci Gamr: Shirley Hantcn 242, Maxlnc Short 234, Joann Kkypai 228, Cha*. Angtls 840, Spam 808-798. Series: I)no Warren »U, Shirley Hantcn 408, Bonnie Heun MM, Chai. Angels 237S, Spare! 2349, Senior Sainb 2289. Notre Dame Mixed Week of 11-22-91 Team Da> -Night Ckanlng Lame Ducks Fred's F&C Wild & Cruy KMVVT Kerrvllk Short Circuit Save Inn Pin Kings Sunrkkn Gutter Balls Rlter Rail Two Plus Two Mariu-A-Lol One More Hogan's tlcroct Murphj's Law Won M 58 5i 54 52 52 52 51 47 47 44 44 42 40 38 33 38 40 42 44 44 44 45 49 49 52 52 54 M 58 *3 High Scora Game: Hogan's Heroes 8*2, Short Circuit 878, Wild & Cru) 8*9, Ken Jaeger 27*. Brian Conner 253, Bill Crawford 251, Reglna Rodriguez 2*7, Lou Smith 2*4, Kalhl LcuUck 254. Serlea: Short Circuit 2518, Hogan's Heroes 2511, Wild* Cruy 2455, BUI Crawford 701, Ken Jaeger Ml, Wayne Jaeger *34, Carolyn Jaeger *»7, Lou Smith *87, Kalhl Lcttiack »82.

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