Terry Hale 1958

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Terry Hale 1958 - «B--Van Nuyi (Calif.) NEWS* Sunday Husky...
«B--Van Nuyi (Calif.) NEWS* Sunday Husky Gymnasts Defeat Braves Thanks to » clean sweep on the parallel John Arnone, Terry Hale, Mike Fichera, Ray Rich Salvitti, North Hollywood High School moved undisputed first place in the Valley League race, edging Birmingham, 6s-- 61. Birmingham came closer to whipping the Huskies Wednesday Wednesday than any V a l l e y League team since yan Nuys turned the trick in 1954. N o r t h Hollywood has competition since then. Gary Gormley, Gary Ed wards, Woody Wilner and Kent Higgins led the Braves with victories in side horse, all-around, rings a n d long horse, respectively. Richard Barasch climbed the rope in 34 seconds for North Hollywood to whip Birmingham's Birmingham's Bruce Braunstem (3.7) and Dick James (4.0). John Arnone was a double double winner for the Huskies i in the free ex and parallels. Only other Husky winners were Terry Hale on the high bar and Ray Pierce in tumbling. tumbling. Reseda rolled o v e r Van Nuys, 8247, and Canoga Park blasted San Fernando, 94% to 34%, as Gil Padilla won four events. Results: HUSKIES-BRAVES HOPE CLIMB--Barasch (NH), 3 4 . Braunitein (B), 1.7; James (B). 4.0, Kraye (NH). 4.2: MaUloux (B), 4.4. TREE EXERCISE--Arnone (NH), T»rr (B). tie for third between Edward: Edward: (B) and Gormley (B), Pierce (NH). HIGH BAR--Hale (NH) Weimer (NH), Neirson (B), Coenatta (NH), £dirards (B) SIDE HORSE--Gormley (B), Rose (B), tie for third between ArgJen (NH) and Herman (NH), Vauehn (NH). PARALLEL BARS--Arnon« (NH). Hale (NH). Fichera (NHj, Pierce (NH). Salvitti (NH). LONG HORSE--HfeEins (B). Fich- «ra (NH). Gormley ( B ) , Peterson (NH), Row* (NH). RINGS--Wilner (Bl. Edwards (B). Cooper (NH). Salvitti ( N H ) , Kins (NH) TUMBLING- : Pierce (NH), Tarr (B), tie for third amonc Archer (B), Lindstrom (NH) and Volk (NH). ALL - A R O U N D -- Edwards (B). Gormley (B), Amone (NH). Entry Blanks in Mail (or Race at Santa Barbara Entry blanks are in the for the ninth^ running of Santa Barbara sports car races May 31 and June 1 Goleta Airport in Santa Barbara. Barbara. The two-day race meet be co-sponsored by the California California Sports Car Club and Santa Barbara Junior Chamber Chamber of Commerce. BUI Pollack, president of Cal Club, looks for a banner entry list of nearly. 200 foi the meet over the long jorial Day week end. The Santa Barbara races traditionally have been among :he best and biggest in the Southland. W h a t w i t h the schedule of sports car racing thus far in 1958, interest is ·xpected to be at an all-time high. Valley Games at Coming from behind won both ends of a double 2-1, with Bill Higgins victories. In the first FINAL SCORE--North 68, Birmingham 61. Hollywood REGENTS-WOLVES HOPE CLIMB-- Patton ( R ) , Tier- itein VN). Lapedea (R), Couchlm (R). Seeley (VN). 4.5. FREE EXERCISE-^Coleman (VN), Cuiity (R), Ktnc (R), Norm Boirart (R), tie for fifth between Levy (R) and Schlwer . HIGH BAR-- Robinson ( R ) , Norm Bogart (R), Wwwell (VN), Woods (R), Altiebler (VN). SIDE HORSE-- Peary ( R ) . Salvan tiehi (VN). Smith (R), Holme. (R), Hiekl (VN). PARALLEL BARS-- CasTtey (VN) Cuiity (R), Coleman (VN), Hobinton (R). Hyd* (K). LONG HORSE -- Kauftman (R), Kin* (X). Eckhaua (VN), Tworek (R), BalraneKhl (VN). RINGS -- Aklebler (VN), Caskey VN), Kanttman (R). tie for fourth between FieldiMVN) and Norm Bosrart TUMBLING-- King (R). Jim Bosart (R), French (R), Horsman (R), Hernandez Hernandez (VN). ALL-AROUND -- Norm Bogart (R), tie for second between Coleman (VN) ·nd Alziebler (VN). FINAL Nnys 47. SCORE--Reseda 82, Van HUNTERS-TIGERS HOPE CLIMB -- Straseer (SF), Biten* (CP), Broadston iCP). Chavez (CP), tie for fifth between Boras (CP) and Sallan (CP). 4.3. FREE EXERCISE -- Moore (Cl Freeman (SF), Yung (CP), Pacheeo (SF).Mastra (CP). HIGH BAR--Padilla ( C P ) . Gill (CP), DeCorte (CP), tie for fourth be tw«en Broeske (SF) and Cola (CP) SIDE HORSE--Gatch (CP). Gillette (SF). Dyatt (CP), Sanchez (SF), Wallmark Wallmark (CP). PARALLEL BARS--Gill (CP), tie for second between Pacheco (SFl and Cola (CP). tie for fourth between Perking (SF) and DeCorte (CPfc. LONG HORSE--Padilla (CP). Hos- Irins (CP), Rowiter (CP), Pimcntal (SF). Maschler (CP). RINGS -- Padilla (CP), Dickinson (CP), Archibald (CP), DeCsrU (CP), Freeman (SF). TUMBLING--Padilla (CP), Moore (CP), Freeman (SF), Thatcher (CP), lerin (SF). ALL-AROUND--Cola (CP), Freeman Freeman (SF), Pacheco (SF). FINAL SCORE--Canoza Park »4%, San Fernando 84 V4- the the affair, Vallev spotted Renegades two runs in second inning, but came bafck ;o score three of its own the fourth on four singles, error, a walk and a sacrifice fly. The Lions added two in the eighth, hut they didn't need them as Higgins held the 'Gades scoreless the last seven innings. Billy Wold got three hits for Talley in the game. In the seven-inning second game, Higgins tossed a three- hitter, but had to win his game after Bakersfield had gained a 1-0 Jead in the first. Bunny McCrystal squeezed Ed Zimmerman home from third in the second to tie the game at 1-1, and blasted a 350-fdot doable that scored the winning in the third. In 16 Innings, Higgins allowed allowed only three runs and lits. The double victoiy moves Valley out of the Metropolitan Conference cellar and gives the Lions a 4^7 record with three league games to go. Box score: PIBST GAME Bakersfield - Valley ABKHO'Haver.lf Morales.ss 4 0 1 Wold.cf Fulce.Sb 4-0 0 Hiszins.p Jackson.lt 5 0 0 Hsynee.si Bertrthold.rf 5 0 1 Ochoa,c A B R 4 0 4 1 i l 2 2 _ 2 1 0 Molatorc.cf" 4 6 0 Zto'erm'n.Jb McDowell. 7 1 0 0 H«o,lb 4 Hagamen.lb 4 1 2 McCry«UI,rf 3 Jonea.c 4 1 3 Daviea,2b 2 0 Krauze.p 3 0 1 Gr»n»t»,2b 3 0 1 Total* 36 2 9 Total* SCORE BY INNINGS B»k«rsf leld ___ 020 000 000--2 Valley . _ - - -000 300 02x-- B 27 S R H E Valley SECOND GAME ABRHBtktrttitld A B R O'Haver.lf 2 1 0

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  1. Valley News,
  2. 04 May 1958, Sun,
  3. Page 32

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