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LOSES NO-HITTER , LOCK HAVEN - Chip Hill fired a no-hitter for Spangler Ford, but the Fordmen lost a 3-0 game to Sons in the Lock Haven Little League contest at Hammermill field last night. Hill fanned 12 and walked three. His mound opponent John Young notched the win on a one-hitter as he struck out 14 and issued six passes. The winners winners collected all the runs in the closing inning. Mike Fasano had the lone hit of the contest, a fourth inning double, for Spangler. Sons WO 003 - 3 0 Spangler 008 000 - 0 1 Batteries: Young and Neff; Hill and Walker. STOP RALLY LOCK HAVEN - Bloomsburg Mills put down a strong comeback comeback by Vets in the sixth inning inning to take a 6-5 squeaker last night in Lock Haven Little League play at Hoberman Field. Mike Chilcot gained credit for the mound win as he allowed six hits, walked six batters and struck out 14. Chilcot also doubled to help his own cause and batterymate Jud Powell had a double and single in three trips. Joe Lucas sparked Vets with a home run, Phil Heively was 2-for-4 with a double and Bob Gotschall hit two singles. Gottschall hurled for Vets. He was tagged for five safeties, issued four free passes and fanned fanned eight batters. Vets 010 004 — 5 6 Bloomibarg Oil 40x — « 5 Batteries: Gottschall and Lucas; Lucas; Chicot and Powell. STANDINGS Team W L Moose .............. 5 0 Sons of Italy ......... 5 1 Hammermill ......... 4 1 Hopes .............. 3 2 Spangler Ford ........ 3 3 Clinton Paper ........ 2 3 Vets ................ 2 4 Bloomsburg Mills ...... 2 4 Elks ............... l 4 City Beverage ........ 0 5 ECK'S TRIUMPH AVIS — Eck's Agway blasted their way to another victory in Jersey Shore Area Little League play last night in an 11-4 decision over Salladasburg at the field here as the Agwaymen pounded out 14 hits to seven for the losers. Eck hurler Chris Knerr was given credit for the win, as he was backstopped by Sam Eck for five frames, and Kenny Baier in the final inning. Knerr fanned eight. ' For Salladasburg, Robert Fidler Fidler was the losing moundsman with Tim Gibson behind home plate. Rick Lorson for Eck's went four-for-five, including three doubles and a homer, while Greg Eck had two singles, Zane Kauffman two safeties, Bair a double, Keith Backus a single and a home run, and Knerr a single and two-bagger. Salladasb'jrg had to settle for a single and two-base hit by Russ Stout and a double by Fidler. Eck's 151 202 — 11 14 000 220 — 4 7 HITTER'S NIGHT JERSEY SHORE - Buttorff's Hardward had a sensational night at bat with 18 hits in overpowering overpowering Jersey Shore State Bank 16-3 in a Jersey Shore Area Little League game here at the Lions Park. Randy Eck, second baseman, rapped two doubles and two triples for a perfect night at the plate and he scored four runs. Tom Sessaman likewise had four-for-four, crossing home plate with tallies on two occasions occasions while slamming a two- bagger. Going three-for-four for Buttorff Buttorff was Gary Helminiak, and two-for-four for the Hardware team were Scott Haldeman and Mike Flook. For State Bank, Mike Reighard went two-for- three, including a two-base hit, and Miller was .also two-for- three. Winning the game on the mound was Mike Flook, who went the six full innings, while losing was Mike Bremigen, re- leived after an' inning and a third by Miller. State Bank 201 000 — 3 8 Bittorff's 335 32x — 1« 18 WIN NO. 7 MILL HALL — Renninger's Lumber slipped past Clinton Motors 2-1 last night to run its Mill Hall Boys League record to 7-0. The Motormen are 3-4. John Maggs outdueled three Clinton hurlers for the win, each team collecting only two hits. Maggs was tossing a no-hit shutout until the sixth when Harold Robb and Tim Wensel nicked him for singles and the only Clinton run, Maggs fanned nine and walked a pair. Dave Ferree had a fifth inning inning .double for Renninger's. Lester Oak's single was the only other safety. Robb started on the hill for Clinton, with Tim Wian and Tim Wensel seeing late relief. They totaled eight strikeouts strikeouts and three free passes. Clinton 000 001 — 1 2 Renninger's Oil OOx — 2 2 Batteries: Robb, Wian (5), Wensel (6) and Wian, Wood (5); Maggs and Myers. CLOSE ONE SALONA — The Salona Ramblers Ramblers charged back for two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning inning after the Salona Grays had gone ahead in the top of the frame and posted a 5-4 victory last night in Tri-Valley League action. Barry Barner gained the mound win in relief of Rambler starter Jeff Long. Dan Heverly went the distance for the Grays. The Ramblers collected seven hits and the Grays six. Strikeout and walk totals and extra-base hits were not reported. reported. In a game played Tuesday, the Ramblers topped the Lamar Rockets 8-6. Grays 010 012 — 4 6 Ramblers 020 102 — 5 7 Batteries: Heverly and Wells; J. Long, Barner (4) and M. Long. INDIANS ON WARPATH TYLERSVILLE — The Sugar .Valley Indians scalped the Sugar Sugar Valley Chiefs 25-6 in a Tri- Valley League game played Wednesday evening. K. Brungard Brungard hurled the win, allowing eight hits, walking eight batters and fanning five. J. Kleckner rapped a double and triple for the Indians, M. Walizer (5-for-6), R. Miller and B. Welshans also hit two-bag- gers and R. Weaver went 2-for-5. For the Chiefs, K. Karstetter and J. Rogers shared mound duties, combining to give up 20 hits while walking three batters and striking out three. D. Bierly Bierly and G. Boone each had two hits in four at-bats. The Indians play at Tylersville at 2 p.m. this Sunday. Indians 0 12 8 230 — 25 20 Chiefs 100 230 — 6 8 (Editor's note: Scorekeepers and managers are urged to report report first names with baseball remits.)

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  1. The Express,
  2. 28 May 1971, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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