Spoolstra, Mike 19710313; Independent Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA

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Spoolstra, Mike 19710313; Independent Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA - scores 7th win despite confusion Neff High may...
scores 7th win despite confusion Neff High may be tired and confused but it managed to win its seventh consecutive non-league game Friday in a unique afternoon. The Trojans scored six runs with four hits and help from Lowell to pidl out a 6-4 victory. Jerry Maddox collected three of the four hits and knocked in one run. The Trojans got the rest of their runs on four walks, Tucker paces Warren; Apaches log first loss Steve Tucker struck out seven while yielding only one run in the second inning to pitch Warren High to a 4-1 win over Paramount in the opener of tlie Coast League i'or both Friday. In the other games, Compton handed Centennial its first loss of the year 10-3 and downey edged PREP TRACK NON-LEAGUE Locke iO, Los Angeles ss 100-Brown (LA) 9.9, 220--Brown (LA) 22.6, 440--Dunn (L) 52.0, 8BO--Bod- en (L) 2:05.0, Mile--Burroughs (L) 4:43.0, 2-mlle-Parker (LA) 10:02.7, 120HH--Gaslow (L) 1X.2, 180LH--Gas- low (L) 19.5, 440 relay--Los Angeles 43.3, Mile relay--Locke 3:30.9, High lump--Fisher (L) 6-0, Long jump--Scott LA) 21-2W, Pole vault--McNyfe (LA) · 12-0, Shotput--Hawkins (L) 51-7. Correspondent: Clarence Jones San Pedro 71, L.A. Jordan 46 100--Jones (J) 10.4, 220--DcCarlo (S; 240, 440--Kelly (J) 53.5, 8BO--Cucuiti (S) 2:07.2, Mile -- Main (S) 4:51.0,2- mile--Curry (J) 10:25.6, 120HH-Gray (S) 15.3, 120LH--Hunter (S) 13.5, 440 tV3- lay--San Pedro 46.0, Mile relay--Jordan 3:4'A High lump--Johnson (S) 5-10, Long jump--Porter (S) 21-5'.:-, Pole vault--tic among Nash (S), Brown (J), Hdlley (J), Martinez (S) all 11-0, Shol- pui--Spitler (J 4B-5. correspondent: Greg Santos Carson £1, University 57 100--Smith (C) 10.2, 220--Garrison (UJ 23.2, -WO--Boovitz C) 52.8, 8SD-- Hamlon (U) 2:00.0, Mile--Fitzgerald (C) 4:29.7, 2-mile--Kilgore (C) 9:50.8, 120HH--Popovich (U) 15.5, IfiOLH--Po- povlch (U) 20.4, 440 relay--University 44.3, Mile relay--University 3:35.1, High jump-- Nicholl (U) 16-0, Long jump- Walker (C) 21-4, Pole vault--Enge! (C) 12-0, 4-1. Tucker, after Gilbert Lopez drove in Paramounl's lone run, did not allow a Pirate runner past second base. lie did not allow a walk. Calvin Moore went the distance for the first time this season, allowing seven hits, to help Compton overwhelm Centennial. All Tarbabe starters collected at least one hit as Compton pounded three Apache hurlers for 13 hits. Greg Wetsbrook ripped a two-run home run in the third inning to supply all the firepower the Vikings needed to edge Dominguez. Don Shinholster yielded only three hits in setting down Dominguez with one run. COAST LEAGUE Paramount 010 ooo o-i 4 4 Warren 120 001 x--4 6 2 Romia and LODPZ,' Tucker and DsrccV. Correspondont: Gary Boslev Centenia! 001 oOO 1 -- 3 7 3 CoitiDlon 100 225 X--10 13 3 Davis, Dibbon (4), Boham (6) and Damas; Moree and Collins. Corresoondenf: Bobby Renfro Downey 103 00 0--4 3 1 Dominquez 010 000 0--1 3 1 Shinholster and Horlon; Saoo and Gonzales. HR: Westbrook (Dow). Correspondent; Rov Lizana UCI errors and two hit batters. Rick Bethke set do\\ni Mayfair on four hits and his Bellflower teammates collected nine hits from four Monsoon hurlers to help the Bucs win 6-0. Bob Woolford knocked in two. runs. Phil Gaus struck out 12 Monte Vista batters to lead St. Paul to a 4-1 win over the Mustangs. Home run blasts by Mike Spoolstra and Chuck Oliver powered Valley Christian to a 10-0 win over Harvard. Walt Justice singled Tim Powers home with the only run of the game in the fourth inning as Hawthorne edged Monte Vista 1-0. Mike Bloxan allowed no Monarch past second base in the game, holding Monte Vista to 4 hits, while striking out 10 and walking none. Rancho Alamitos and Orange struggled to a 1-1 tie in a game called because of darkness after nine innings. Pacific Christian scored two runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to slip by Brethren 24. Jim Peterman went the distance for the Panthers, allowing Brethren only four hits. Jeff Spagnola went 2-3 with a double and two RBI to lead El Modena past Pomona 4-3. Chuck Gibbon gave up only one hit and fanned 10 batters to pace Leuzinger to a 3-0 victory over Serra. Lowell 100 DOT 2--« f 3 Net! 300 030 x--6 4 3 Cochrane, a

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