Clipped From Redlands Daily Facts
Scott Russell makes All-Conference team San Bernardino Valley College second baseman Scott Russell of Redlands was 'named to the 1972 All-Mission Conference Baseball team after balloting results by the conferaice's eight coaches were announced yesterday. Russell, an All-CBL shortstop and football halfback at Redlands high school before graduating in 1971, hit .296 in conference play for the Indians as a freshman. Shortstop Rich Dauer was selected as the leagues most valuable player. Dauer batted .506 in leading Valley to its first Mission conference crown in the past nine years. It was the second straight year a Valley College player had received the MVP award. Dave Love, a pitcher, won it last year as a freshman. He signed a major league contract and did not return to the school this year. Pitcher-inftelder Ray Humphries, Steve Dawson, a pitdier- outfielder, and Jay Wenzel, centerfielder, also were cited for all- conference honors. C^affey College placed six men on the team, Riverside City College had one, Qtrus tvro. Southwestern one. Saddleback one. Grossmont three and Palomar one. The diampionship Valley (jollege team will host the All-Star group, minus the five Indian selections, in a game at Penis Hill Park Sunday at 8 p.m. Gate proceeds wdll be used to said the Indians to the state baseball playoffs beginning May 19 at either Long Beach or Pasadena. Admission to the game is $1 for adults and 50cents for children 12 or under.