Spoolstra, Ray 19770817 Article Illinois

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Spoolstra, Ray 19770817 Article Illinois - at Oak Latin ByKENPOOLE They're down to eight...
at Oak Latin ByKENPOOLE They're down to eight balklubs from an original field of 32 teams in the 21st Annual SL Javier-Economist Baseball Tournament. ^Action continues this week with twin bills under the lights at 102nd and Major through the courtesy of UK Oak Lawn Park District: The losers of Monday's and Tuesday's games will battle it out in the double-elimination double-elimination quarter-finals tonight, Wednesday. Winners will clash Thursday night The double-headers begin at .5:30 P-iB- , ' . ; ' · . -A new champion will be crowned this year. Marquette Boys Baseball, 1876 winner, was eliminated in a e-5 loss to Winston Park of the North Side. The game was played at Palos Heights. Other scores include: ' * AT PALOS HEIGHTS Alsip 7, Palos Heights 3 Mt Greenwood 6, Beverly-Morgan 1 Alsip ft, Archer Manor 3 MMGreenrood 13, Town of Lake 3 Wimtoo ParYU, Oak Lawn Babe Ruth 2 f '."·,- f £4T St. XAVIEE COLLEGE Streamwooi«.ScottadaIe-FordCity2 BoganCotts 10; Oak Lawn West Side 5 Joliet 13, Wrightwood 2 ;_ . West Lawn 13, Summit-Argo 3 ' Bogu Grits 8, Streamwood 3 Joliet 7, West Lawn 2 Bfee Island 3, Clear Ridge 2 ' : AT SOUTH HOLLAND Homewood 4, BJchtoa Park 2 Dotton-Biverdafe Babe Ruth 14, Tintey Park 5 Lansing* Chicago Heights 1 South HoBand 3, Gfemrood 2 Clear Bilge 12, Manjwette Pony 0 · D-R D-R Babe Both 3, Homewood 2 Sooth HMland Lansing 1 In one of the most exciting games of the tournament Ha] Daife Griffin was the winning pitcher. Jay Schweikart Schweikart was the tough hick loser as D-R scored all unearned ras in their 3-2 win over Homewood. ..One of Homewood's two runs was unearned. George Leach ted off the .game for D-R Babe Roth by reaching ·a an error. He stote second and scored on Dave Grego- rovfc's timely single to light center. John Bvsch was bit by a pitch and eventually scored for D-R Babe ftrta on a passed btIL Leach singed and went to second on a passed baB from where he UDted on an error on the catcher after Dave Mender had fanned for what shnM have been the third ort. .After D-R's ranbthefirstandftstwointhe second, SchweMtart Bitched scoreless baseball The big guy from Marian High school stnck out 11 in the game. SchweBcart scored Homewood's first ran n the bottom of the third after he wafted. He had a no balls-two strike connt when he waited «vt GHfftn for a base m bate with Klyczek had a four-hit shutout going .until Tinley Park jumped on him in the fifth inning. Leach had three ba- sehits, including a pair of doubles. Griffin at shortstop in the game had two basehits, a run scored and an RBI. . Mute Tanune, D-R's third baseman, had two singles, two runs scored and a pair of RBIs. Third baseman Rick Weiss smacked two singles good for three RBIs. . Tinley Park's Ray Spoolstra, who started on the mound and then went to second base, had two hits, along with center fielder Jim Bogusz. Spoolstra was the losing pitcher pitcher with Paul Druhan hurling in relief. ; . ; Eleven players came to bat for D-R in a sixth inning that saw seven runs score. In one of the best played games of the tourney Bob Bidese was the winning pitcher over Glenwood and Ron Foltman the tough luck loser as both chuckers went the route. The .winning, albeit an unearned run, scored in the bottom of the seventh. With two outs Kevin Postma reached on an error. Successive Successive singles by Bill Walker and Mike Moran put the game into the victory column for South Holland. Glenwood scored its two runs in the third taming on singles by Bill Rods, Don Dinapoli and DeWayne Peterson sandwiched around a bant by Frank Lagger. Dmapoll was ejected from the game in the seventh inning when he slammed into third baseman Dave Gokh after a play at third base was over. Gofch suffered a broken wrist THE CHICAGO STORM MILWAUKEE LAST HOME GAME AUG. 20fh 421st-7PM WINDY CITY STADIUM 9900 S. 76fh Avt. Iridgtvitw, M. J«tOtf*«TrWS»ol»T*-o y * LftaTjtai CakferoK, barejy five feet in height M seven seven feM taD ta *eslre, smadted a two4»tierjtoi«»*t center center to score SchweDcart CaMerone liter scored on an error. error. GrHBn, *» atHete from Thornridge, hnfcd a five-Utter with eight strikeouts. Third baseman Greg Johnson had toee of the five hits off Griffln. ___ in its first game of the tomej wed 11 11 basehfts, three wafts, two art-batsmen and a pair of TWey Park errors to chalk «p fteM-s lrt ^PtJ^ B *5 pitcher was Date Ktyoek who needed relief help from IGke Getty who earned a sare. _^__,«_ Get^went to the moand in the fiW|J^«« **« ^*ley ^*ley Park bitted around in scoring ffyejWB-Getty «· towed we hit, no urns in one and two-thW tarings of fe game that was caBed after six tarings becanse of darkness. darkness. I* NT minimi COUNTRY CLUB At Economy MNRMBM CAU59M460 HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 8701 W E S T 9 5 T H S T R E

Clipped from Southend Reporter18 Aug 1977, ThuPage 33

Southend Reporter (Chicago, Illinois)18 Aug 1977, ThuPage 33
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