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Page B4 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, May 6, 1993 Scoreboard^State prep, college and pro events ••••••••••••r™" On The Air Thursday's Sports On TV Major League Baseball 7 p.m. — Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago Whits Sox, WGN 7 p.m. — Cincinnati at Houston, WMCC 8 p.m. —Atlanta at Colorado, TBS 9:30 p.m. — Gama TBA, ESPN NBA Playoffs 7 p.m. — New York at Indiana, TNT 9:30 p.m. — Phoanix at LA Lakers, TNT Stanley Cup Playoffs 6:30 p.m. — Wales Conference Division Final, ESPN Thursda/s Sports On Radio High School Baseball 4:15 p.m. — Logansport at Kokomo, WSAL1230AM Friday's Sports On TV Major League Baseball 2:10 p.m. — San Diego at Chicago, WGN 6:30 p.m. — Game TBA, ESPN 7 p iin . _ Cleveland at Chicago, WGN 7 p.m. — Cincinnati at Houston, WMCC 8 p.m. — Atlanta at Colorado, TBS 9:30 p.m. — Game TBA, ESPN NBA Playoffs 6 p.m. — Claveland at Naw Jersey, TNT 8:30 p.m, — Portland at San Major League Baseball New York at Indiana, 7 p.m. Seattle at Utah, B p.m. Dhnnniy at 1 A Lakprs. 9:30 D.m. i Friday, May 7 AMERICAN LEAGUE i - I Cleveland at New Jersey, 6 p.m. East Division W L Pel GB L10 Streak Home Away Detroit 16 10 .615 - z-5-5 Lostl 9-4 7-6 Boston 16 11 ,593 1/2 ^ 5-5 Won1 10-3 6-8 New York 15 11 .577 1 z-7-3 Lostl 7-5 8-6 Toronto ' 14 13 .519 21/2 2-5-5 Lost 2 9-4 5-9 Cleveland 12 15 .444 41/2 2-6-4 Won 5 9^ 3-11 Milwaukee 11 14 .440 41/2 z-5-5 Lostl 6-5 5-9 Baltimore 10 15 .400 51/2 6-5 Won1 6-6 4-9 West Division California 14 10 .583 — 2-4-6 Won 1 10-3 4-7 Chicago 15 11 .377 - 7-3 Won1 W 7-7 Texas 15 11 .577 — 5-5 Won 4 9-5 6-6 Seattle 13 14 ,481 21/2 5;5 Lostl 9-5 4-9 Minnesota 11 15 .423 4 3-7 Lostl 6-8 5-7 Kansas City 11 16 .407 41/2 Z-5-5 Won1 6-8 5-8 Oakland 8 15 .348 51/2 3-7 Lost2 6-7 2-8 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pot GB L10 Streak Home Away Philadelphia 19 7 .731 — z-7-3 Lostl 10-3 9-4 Montreal 15 12 .556 41/2 4-6 Won 2 10-4 5-8 St Louis 15 12 ,556 41/2 2-6-4 Lostl 8-6 7-6 Chicago 13 13 .500 6 z-5-5 Won1 7-6 6-7 Pittsburgh 13 13 ,500 6 5-5 Won1 6-7 7-6 Florida 12 15 ,444 71/2 2-6-4 Lostl 5-9 7-6 New York • 9 16 .360 91/2 1-9 Lost2 4-8 5-8 West Division San Francisco 18 10 .643 — 2-8-2 Won 1 11-3 7-7 Houston 16 10 ,615 1 6-4 Won 1 7-6 9-4 Atlanta 14 15 .483 41/2 3-7 Lostl 6-3 8-7 San Diego 11 15 .423 6 z-4-6 Lost 3 6-8 5-7 Los Angeles 11 16 ,407 61/2 5-5 Won 2 7-6 4-10 Cincinnati 10 16 .385 7 2-5-5 Won1 5-7 5-9 Colorado 10 16 .385 7 4-6 Lostl 5-8 5-8 Ariwnin.TWT j 7.rifinotss first game was a win Sox & Cubs WHITE SOX 3, BREWERS 1 CHICAGO MILWAUKEE abrhbl ab rhbl Cora2b 501 OListachss 300 0 LJhnsncf 5 1 30Surhoff3b 1 00 0 Thmaslb 4 011 Spiers 2b 3000 Bell dh 4010 Doran 2b 1000 VnturaSb 31 11Thon3b 4010 Pasqua rf 3 0 1 0 GVghn dh 4 0 0 0 Burks rf 1000 Reimer If 4000 Sax If 4110 Bmsky rf 3110 Huff If 0000 Nilsson c 3010' Krkvcec 2000Jaha1b 3021 Fisk c 1000 Mieske cf 3 0 0 0 Grbeckss4011 Totals 36310 3 Totals 321 51 Chicago 100 000 002 — 3 Milwaukee 000 010 000 — 1 DP — Milwaukee 1. LOB — Chicago 8, Milwaukee 4. 2B— Pasqua (2), Sax (1), Jaha t2). 3B-LJohnson (2). HR— Ventura (3). IP H RERBBSO Chicago Fernandez 71-35 11 0 6 RdinskyW,1-0 2-30000 0 Hernandez S,4 10000 3 Milwaukee Navarro 76111 2 Austin 10000 0 Orosco L.0-2 1-32220 0 Henry 2-32000 0 Navarro pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP— by Navarro (Karkovice). Umpires— Home, Welke; First, Coble; Second, Merrill; Third, Hirschbeck. T— 2:45. A— 16,148. CUBS 3, ROCKIES 2 COLORADO CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl EYng 2b 4010 DSmth cf 4110 Girardic 3 1 1 1 Vzcaino ss4 1 2 0 Bchettecf SOOOGrace'b 3010 Glrrgalb 401 1 Sndbrg2b 200 2 HayesSb 4000Maylf 4000 Murphy rf 3 0 0 0 Bechale 3b4 1 1 1 UeClrtUf 2000Sosarf 3020 Caslilla ss 3 1 2 0 Wilkins o 2000 Rynoso p 1 00 0 Hbbard p 3 0 0 0 Talumph .1 O'OOMyersp 0000 SReedp 0000 Totals 282S2TotaIs 29373 Colorado 001 001 000 — 2 Chicago 100 110 OOX — 3 E— Sandberg (1). DP— Chicago 2, LOB— Colorado 3, Chicago 6. 2B— DSmith (5). 3B-Girardi (2). HR- Buechele (3). SB— Vi2caino (3). CS-^JeClark (1). S-Reynoso. SF- Girardi, Sandberg 2. IP H RERBBSO Co to 1*3 do ReynosoL,1-1 77332 4 SReed ,1-0000 2 HibbardW,2-2 8521 0 3 MyersS.8 10001 1 HBP-by Hibbard (JeClark). Balk- Reynoso. Umpires— Home, Quick; First, Crawford; Second, Rippfey; Third, Ma Minn , ndiiiun. ' T— 2:1 8. A— 20.286. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE Tuesday's Games Milwaukee 6, Chicago 1 Cleveland 5, California 3 New York 4, Oakland 2 Seattle 7, Boston 6 Minnesota 4, Baltimore 3 Texas 3, Toronto 2 Detroit 5, Kansas City 3 Wednesday's Games Chicago 3, Milwaukee 1 Baltimore 3, Minnesota 0 Kansas City 4, Detroit 3 Cleveland 3, Seattle 2 California 6, New York 2 Boston 3, Oakland 1 Texas 7, Toronto 1 Thursday's Games Oakland (B.Witt 1-1) at Boston (Clemens 4-1), 11:05 a.m. California (Sanderson 3-1) at New York (M.Witt1-0), 11:30 a.m. Seattle [Johnson 3-2) at Cleveland (Mesa 2-1), 12:35 p.m. Baltimore (McDonald 2-2) at Toronto (Brow 0-1), 6:35 p.m. Friday's Games New York (Key 3-0) at Detroit (Moore 2-1), 6:35 p.m. Baltimore (Valenzuela 0-2) at Toronto (Hentgen 4-1 ), 6:35 p.m. Cleveland (Nagy 2-4) at Chicago (Alvarez 2-0), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Darwin 1-4) at Milwaukee (Wegman 2-4), 7:05 p.m. Texas (Ryan 1-1) at Kansas City (Plcharcio 1-1), 7:35 p.m. Oakland (Downs 1-1) at California (Finley 2-2), 9:05 p.m. Minnesota (Tapani 1-3) at Saattle (Powell 0-0), 9:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday's Games Colorado 14, Chicago 13, 11 Innings Florida 9, Cincinnati 6 Montreal 6, San Diego 1 Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 2 St, Louis 6, Houston 1 Los Angeles 8. New York 4 Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3, 12, innings ' Wednesday's Games Chicago 3, Colorado 2 San Francisco 11, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 6, Florida 2 Montreal 6, San Diego 5 Houston 6, St. Louis 3 Los Angeles 6, New York 5 Thursday's Games Cincinnati (Belcher 1 -3) at Houston (Drabek 3-3), 7:05 p.m. Atlanta (Smoltz 2-3) at Colorado (Nied 3-2), 8:05 p.m. Friday's Games San Diego (Benes 4-2) at Chicago (Morgan 2-4), 2:20 p.m. SI. Louis (Magrane 2-2) at Philadelphia (Greane 2-0), 6:35 p.m. Montreal (Nabholz 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Tomlin 1-2), 6:35 p.m. Florida (Hough 2-2) at New York (Gooden 3-3), 6:40 p.m. Cincinnati (Rijo 3-1) at Houston (Swindell 4-2), 7:05 p.m, Atlanta (Avery 1-3) at Colorado (Henry 2-2), 8:05 p.m, Los Angeles (Ke.Gross 2-2) at San Francisco (Black 1-0), 9:35 p.m, NBA Wednesday, May 5 Charlotte 104, Boston 103, Charlotte wins series 3-1 San Antonio 1,07, Portland 101, San Antonio leads series 2-1 Cleveland 93, New Jersey 84, Cleveland leads series 2-1 LA Clippers 93, Houston 90, series tied 2-2 Thursday, May 6 Portland at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.. Saturday, May 8 Utah at Seattle, 2:30 p.m., if necessary LA Clippers at Houston, TBA Sunday, May 9 Indiana at New York, TBA, H necessary . New Jersey at.Cleveland, TBA, if necessary LA Lakers at Phoenix, TBA, if necessary San Antonio at Portland, TBA, if necessary Stanley Cup •••••••••^•i^*™ • "^ DIVISION FINALS Wednesday, May 5 St. Louis 2, Toronto 1 , 20T, series tiad 1-1 Los Angeles 6, Vancouver 3, series tied 1-1 Thursday, May 6 Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 7 Toronto at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 8. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 9 Toronto at St. Louis, noon Vancouver at Los Angeles, 7 p.m. Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX— Placed Andre Dawson, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Jeff Richardson, infielder, from Pawtucket of the International League, TEXAS RANGERS— Optioned Jeff Branksy, pltchar, to Oklahoma City of the American Association. National League COLORADO ROCKIES-Optioned Darren Holmes, pitcher, to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Recalled Mark Knudsen, pitcher, from Colorado Springs, ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Placed Bernard Gilkey, outfielder, on the 15- day disabled list. Recalled 022ie Canseco, outfielder, from Louisville of the American Association. » DACIfCTDAI 1 DAbrxb 1 HALL National Basketball Association NBA— Fined John Starts and the New York Knicks $5,000 each for a flagrant foul Starks committed against Reggie Miller ol the Indiana Pacers In a playoff game Tuesday night. United States Basketball League USBL— Announced the resignation of Terry Fiorito. head of officials. DAYTONA BEACH HOOTERS- Signed Al Lorenzo, center, and Jose Grimsley and Steve Gilbert, forwards. • FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS-Namad Jeff Smith director of college scouting. HOUSTON OILERS-Signed Stan Perry, comerback, and Steve Carmer and Melvin Aldridge, safeties, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Signed Trevor Cobb, running back; Chip Hilleary, quarterback; Mike Bartrum, tight end; and Wes Bender, fulifaack, MINNESOTA VIKINGS-Released Lorenzo Freeman, defensive tackle. NEW YORK JETS— Signed James Hasty, cornerback, to two one-year contracts. Special Section Don't miss your chance to let these young people know you care about their future. Place an ad in the 1993 Graduate Tab. Deadline: 5-14-93 Publish: -5-23-93 Contact your Pharos-Tribune sales executive for more information ReSUltS+Reports of local events;.; Junior High Track Boys: PIONEER 64, CASTON 43 Caslon firsts 110 Hurdles —Showely 20.3 1600 — Hutchlnson 5:21 Long jump —Dexter 16-8 Shot put —Hutchinson 31-0 Girls: PIONEER 62, CASTON 38 Pioneer firsts 100 —Brown 14.1 200 — Campbell 30.7 400 —Malchow1:13.9 800 — Nicoli 2;54.9 1600 — Nicoll 6:17.5 Discus-Webber 64-11 High jump —Nicoll 4-3 400 relay — Pioneer 59.9 (Dodt, Layer, Brown, Campbell) 1600 relay — Pioneer 5:09.6 (Malchow, Vincent, Layer, Garling) 7th boys: LEWIS CASS 65, MACONAQUAH 43 Cass results Hurdles — 2. ShepteCi 3. Lacey 100 —I.Martin 14.5,2. Doles 200 —I.Martin29.7,2. Doles 400 — 1. Tragesser 1:09.3, 3. Harris 1600 —3. Blocker Discus — 1. (tie) Thomas, Woolever 70-10 High jump —1. Tragesser 5-0 Long jump — 1. Martin 14-61/2,2. Tragesser Shot put—1. Watson 33-1,2. Koppe, 3. Buettner Poie vault — 2. Munoz 400 relay — 1. Cass 57.3 (Doles, Lacey, Martin, Shepler) 8th boys: LEWIS CASS 60, MACONAQUAH 49 Hurdles — 1. Leiningar, 3. Colin Jones 100 —3. Meador 200 —2. Meador, 3. Moore 400 — 1. Leininger 59.0,3. Sanders Soo — 1, Norton 2:32,3. Colin Jonas 1600 — 1. Norton 5:30,3. Bennett Discus — 1. Valadez 102-7,3. Chad Jones High jump — 1. Leininger, 3. Rowe Long jump —I.Hight 17-8 Shot put—3. Hillenburg Pole vault — 1 1 . Bennett 9-0.2. Sanders 1600 relay— 1. Cass 4:15 (Valadez, Norton, Leininger, Right) Boys: ROCHESTER 67, AKRON 30, CASTON 29 400 — 1. Dexter 1:01.0 1600—1. Hutchinson 5;29 Long jump —1. Dexter 15-3 AAU Basketball 15-and-underboys MACONAQUAH BLUE 75, CASTON 70 Maconaquah — Otto 11, Monroe 15, Musser 4, Maple 8, Bailey 13, Alien 1 16, Maiben 4, Prndich 4 Caston — Eytcheson 6, Cain 6, Zimpleman 8, j Sherrick 17, Sommers 2, Riggle 19, Klinefelter 8, | Early 4 CASTON 90, MACONAQUAH GREEN 23 | Caston — Zeider 8, Eytcheson 9, Albright 3, Cain i 15, Zimpleman 10, Sherrick 6, Sommers 5, Riggle | 12, Klinefelter 13, Early 9 Maconaquoh — Brawn 7, Miller 2, Oyler 11, Smith i 3 j 12-and-under girls state tournament HAPPY BURGER HOOSIERS 62, PLYMOUTH 19 Hooslers — Lowry 10, Muehlhausen 8, Hetz 1, Rose 4, Bacon 12, Howard 5, Allen 8, Rottet 2, Tammany 4, Galloway 8 HOOSIERS 36, WA-NEE 27 Hooslers — Lowry 4, Muehlhausen 8, Hetz 2, Rose 10, Bacon 6, Howard 2, Tammany 2, Galloway 2 MARSHALL (TRITON) 60, HOOSIERS 48 Hoosiers — Lowry 9, Muehlhausen 6, Hetz 5, Rose 1, Bacon 9, Howard 8, Rottet 1, Tammany 3, Galloway 5 15-and-under girls HAPPY BURGER HOOSIERS 73, AVON 38 Hooslers—A. Blackburn 4, C. Jones 9, D. Kerr 18, S. Martin 4, L. Miller 14, B. Newhouse 14, H. Newman 10 Avon — Fash 8, Utoxing 5, Broyles 10, Warner 4, Fwedge 4, Ross 2, Baber 7 Junior High Golf LEWIS CASS 168, CASTON 176 Cass low medalist—Brian Webb Caston low medalist—Greg Byrum Youth Baseball Logansport Youth League CONSOLIDATED UNION 12, ANNEX 3 Consolidated Union .....300 720 -12 7 A nnex 101100—3 0 Batteries: Cris Spradling and Geoff Foster; Jonathan Frank and Travis Fissel CU: 3B — Long. 1B — Foster, Long. Pearson, Spradling, Voglund, Johnson VFW 5, JCD 4 JCD '. 000 040 — 4 8 VFW" 012110 — 510 Batteries: Jeff Shaffer, Jared Kingery and Drew Shinabarger; Michael Watson and Brock Corcoran JCD: HR — Moorhead. 2B — Kingery.. 1B — Kingery 2, Shaffer, Pearson 2, Gust VFW: 2B — Clemens 2. IB — Clemens, Wright, Bean, Fosters, James, Peters, Rife WILLY BEE'ZS, FEDERAL MOGUL 4 Federal Mogul 100 300 0 - 4 6 2 Willy Bee'z .220 0001 - 5 31 Batteries: Ron Hayden, Aaron Heed. Tyler Chambers and Cris Dixon; Dave Tincher, Scott Gotshall and Cris McAndrsws Federal Mogul: 1B — Dixon 3, Hayden 2, Nathan Easley Willy Bee'z: 1B — McAndrews 2, Clark Ide MODINE6.SMALLPARTS5 Modlne .014 001 — 6 61 Small Parts 200 012 -5 9 2 Batteries: Brandon Hetz, Tyler Preston and Preston, Willy Mackey; Scott Wilkinson, Shane Cameron, Nick Crooks and David Way Modine: 1B — Praston 2, Jeremy Smith 2, Josh Gibson. Devon Haydon i Small Parts: 28 — Rob Franklin. 1B — Shane I Cameron 2, Franklin, Crooks, Way 3, Alex Knapp [ I PEPS! 8, BURGER KING 7 ! PeDS | 103121—86 i Burger King 013 030 -7 3 | Batteries: Mike Anders and Jeremy Henry; Ryan ] Osborn and Jason Smith Pepsi: HR — Gaumer. 1B — Anders, Hartsch, Pry- j or 2, Osborn Burger King: 2B — Osborn. 18 — Herr2 i HAP'S 8, KESLING'S 4 Hap's 021 041-82 j Kesllng's 100120-45 i Batteries: Joe Ness and Matt Gaumer; Landon Walker and Tommy Wlorock Haps: 2B — Parkevich. 1B — Josh Mills Kesling's: 2B - Packard. 1B - Walker, Wilson, Futz, Glasson ! DEICHMAN 7, F&M 3 i F&M .000 12-34 Delchman 50011-79 Batteries: Nathan Shively and Matt Heath; j Jonatnon Popejoy and Joel Rush F&M 1 1B — Heath 2, Miller, Nelson Deichman: 2B — Rush. 1B — Rush 2, Brown 3, Burt, Woodward, Erickson NELSON'S 17, LOGAN SAVINGS 6 Logan Savings .060 0—64 Nelson's -702 8 -17 8 Batteries: Rhodes, Reid and Price; Reeser, Burt and Bowyer Logan Savings: 1B — Rhodes, Detrid, Reid, Pnce Nelson's: 1B — Reeser, Vanzee, Swisher, Burt, Star, Bowyer 3 Men's Softball SUPERIOR 7, SOUTHSIDE SALES 5 Southside Sales 1001201—581 Superior 1011121 —7141 ,Batteries: Draper and Larimore; Kinsey and R.Hayes Southside Sales: 33 — Woolen, 23 — Draper. 1B. • — B.Townsend. A.Brumbaugh, McCiure, Ricd, Larimore Superior: 3B — Gellinger. 2B — C.Vemon 2. Smith. 1B — C.Vemon, Deichman 2, Gellinger 2, Kinsey 2, ; R.Hayes 2, B.Vemon LOGAN CONSTRUCTION KINGS 10, ISSACS AUCTIONS 5 Logan Kings 1301050—10156 Issacs £21 0020—583 Batteries: Higgins, Lambert and Curtis; Smith and : Bowman Logan Kings: 3B — Lazzell 2. 2B — Putnam 2, Brown. 1B — Lazzell. Higgins 2, Mclntire 3, Snay 2, Lambert, Jester Issacs: 3B — Newbaum. 1B — Middleton, Moon, Newbaum 2, Mourning. Bowman OLIVER'S 12, RIVERSIDE II6 Riverside II 001 200 3 — 613 4 Oliver's 123 204 x—12121 Batteries: Snodgrass and Connell; Lewis and R.Coble Riverside: 2B — Brown, Reeser, Snodgrass. J.Shalfer. 1B—Brown, Reeser, Snodgrass, Mayhill 3, K.Conell, M.Connell Oliver's: 3B — Granstaff. 2B — Lee. B.Oliver, Lewis. 1B — L.Coble. C.Oliver, Lewis, R.Coble 2,Gillam. R.Cob'e , • SAMMONS13.MIX1022 Sammons .030 341 2 —13131. MIX 102 .110 000 0 - 211 5 Baaeries: Al and Ogle, Leffert; McCloskey and lies, Damm : Sammons: HR — Luse. 2B — B.Kepner. 1B —, Fowler, B.Kepner, Clifton, Rombold, S.Rombold,' Catran, Cox, Al 2, Leffert Mix 102: 2B — lies. 1B — Montgomery, Baker 2, Becker 2, McClcskey2, Damm, Graff COX'S15,DEANA'S3 Deana's 001 200-386 Cox's -401 028 — 15190 Batteries: Dave Tocco and Mike Rush; Charlie Cogswell and Jason Hickle Deana's: 2B — Stephens. IB — Darche, Wilbum, Barr 2, Murray 2, Leyland ' Cox's- SB — Cogswell, J.Zimmerman. 2B — Bros, Longest, Hickle. 1B — Alexander 2, Ryder, Bros 2, Beck, Bingham 2, Cogswell, Longest, Hickle,- B.Zimmerman, J.Zimmemian JORDAN 24, ESSROC14 Jordan -813 318 0 - 24 30 6 Essroc 419 000 0 —1415 5 Batteries: Jordan and Kaufman; Smith and Woolen Jordan: 3B — Jordan. McDonald, Jordan. 2B — Jordan, Jordan, LeHock 2.1B — Jordan, Johnson 3, Sparks, Johnson 4, McDonald 2, Jordan, Wolfe- 2 Leonard 3, Pearson 3, Kaufman 2, LeHock Essroc: 2B — Wisler, Jester. 1B — Schroder, Franklin, Wisler 2. Wooten, Swartzell 2, Smith 2, McHervey. Zinsmaster 3 BUNGALOW 11, CITY AREA MERCHANTS 7 City Area Merchants .2001410—7113 Bungalow .304 040 x -1111 2 Batteries- Higgins and McBride; Key and Baer City Area Merchants: 3B — Mock. 1B — Berkshire, Raderstorf 2, McBride, Mock 2, Higgins, Gray.- Berkshire, Harmon Bungalow: 3B — Haynes, Wilson. 1B — Haynes, Wilson Wealherwax, Hunter. Baer 2, Campbell 2, Key KRYSEVIG10.LOG AN AREA MERCHANTS* - Loqan Area Merchants .110101 0—411 2 Krysevlg .311 050 X —1016 2 Batteries: Alien and Davis; Bingaman and DeBarge Logan Area Merchants: 28 — DeWitt. IB — Allen, Deik 2, Rombold, Collins, Davis. Clary 2, Walker,. Krysevig- 3B — Parker. 23 — McGuire, Wilson. Ifr — McGuire, Wilson, Settlemyre 2, Zinsmaster 2, Snider 3. Bingaman, Holt. 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