The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 25, 1977 · Page 4
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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 25, 1977
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8- N'AUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Thursday, June 3,1976 Naugatuck Girls Advance To Quarter-Finals Of CIAC Tourney BySTEVEGKSSKCK Scholastic Sportsvrriter Lori Matos doubled home throe runs in (he fitlh inning, and Donna Cipriano and Malos combined lo lirail Guilford batters lo five hits as Naugatuck advanced lo the quarter-final round of the CIAC Class L girls' Softball tournament «iih an 11-8 win yesterday al Brecn Field. The Garnetles will now '(ace Walerlown tomorrow at 3 p.m. Water town beat Slratrord yesterday 8-3. Mains' double capped a six run lifth inning which gave the Garncltcs back the four run lead they lost in the lop of the inning when Guilford scored six runs of their own. Guilford erupted for their runs in the lop of the inning with the aid of six waUy, four of them coming with the bases loaded'Locia Ruseoni led off with a single and was sacrificed to second. Mary Bunting walked, Lorraine Dclabry reached on an error to load the bases, and Phillies Conquer Cards 11) FRKD IKHVN llf'I Sports Writer Itay Ilippolmeyer, the Philadelphia Phillies' pitching coach, doesn't qualify as a baseball graybeard because his career dales back only 22 years. But there's one thing he's sure of—and it's music lo the ears of Phillies' fans who haven't had a pennant winner since 1950. "We've got six guys who can start," said Hippelmeyer Wednesday right after the Phillies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1, behind (he five- hit pitching of Tom Underwood. "I've never been lucky enough lo have this lype of slaff on any club I've been with. "I know we're not gonna continue to have six starters," commented Underwood, now 4-0 against the Cardinals lifetime. "I want to be in Ihe starting rotation but I also know I have lo earn my spot." Underwood gave up three singles, a double and Hector Cruz' solo homer as the Phils scored (heir I3lh straight victory on the road. Underwood hit a two-run single in the fifth inning and added hvo more in (he seventh on a walk, Dick. Allen's double and Bob Boone's single. Pittsburgh defeated Montreal, 4-2, Chicago beat New York, 53, Cincinnati topped Houston, 8 7, and Los AngeJes routed San Francisco, 11-3, in other ML games. San Diego at Atlanta was rained out. Cubs 5, Mits 3: Bill Botiham pitched a nine- hitter, the second complete game by a Chicago pitcher this season, raising his record to 4-2 and helping to deal New York's Craig Swan his fifth setback. Manny Trillo's two-run single highlighted a four-run fifth inning, which enabled Ihe Cubs to overcome a 2-0 deficit. Wayne Garret! and Jlike Phillips had two hits each for the Mels. Debbie Smith and Calhy Corning drew walks to make the score 5-3. A two run single by Kathy Higginbotham tied (he score and forced Gamette coach Denise Swan to pull Cipriano in favor of Males. Matos liad some control problems, coming in to pitch from her centerlidd position with no time to warm up, as she walked (he next two hitlers to give Guilford a 5-5 lead. With two do™ afler a fjy out, Stephanie Blaha walked to make the score 7-5. Males got Ihe last out of fhe inning on a pop to shortstop Barbara Fredericks. The GarneUes used five walks lo help them in their miming rally in lhe bottom of Ihe inning. Mary Bachinsky and Cipriano walked before Debbie Koonz forced Bachinsky at (hi rd. Sharon Legenza loaded the bases with a single to left and Fredericks and Nancy Vicileux drew walks to lie the score at 7-7. A walk to Donna DiMuzio forced in the eighth Naugatuck run before Pam Johnson forced Fredericks at (he plate for (he second out. Mates then delivered her bases clearing double to give Naugy an 11-7 lead. The Garnettcs jumped on top with four runs in Ihe bottom of trie first inning. DiMuzio singled up the middle and scored when Johnson's sacrifice bunt attempt was thrown into right field. Johnson was out trying to reach second on the play. Matos drew a walk and camehomeona long triple by Bachinsky. After a walk to Cipriano, Debbie Koonz delivered a run scoring single to right for the third run. A safely squeeze by Sharon Legenza broughl Cipriano in with (he final run of the inning. Guilford touched Cipriano for a run in the fourth when Smith readied on an error, took third on a single by Corning, and scored on a ground out by Higginbolham. Cipriano got the next two hi tiers lo pop to second and ground to short to leave Corning standing on third. KwimimmmmtfKxmxxsmmxm DiMuzio gave Naugy back its four run lead with a long home run to right field with two out in Ihe fourth. Guilford, who defeated llilford 17-7 Tuesday, had one last gasp in the seventh. Higginbothem reached on an error, and alter a pop out, scored on Sandy McGrady'ssingle. Males gol Ruseoni toforee the runner at second for the second out of the inning and (hen ended the game by striking out Blaha looking. NAUGY NOTES: Naugatuck Mayor William Rado slopped by tolhrow out Ihe first ba U and wish the Nau gatuck girls well i n (heir bid for a state championship... Matos had the Guilfordbaltersoomptetely fooled as many of them were backing away from the pitch only to have a strike called on (hem... The Naugatuck girls were a bit nervous before the contest, but the experience of playing in a close game should help them in their next contest... DiMuzIo with the homer and single and Johnson and Koonz, both wth two singles, all had two hits for Naugy.., Matos, Badrinsky, Legenza and Vielleux had the other hits for Naugatuck.., Watertowndefeated Stratford 8-3 yesterday to advance to the quarter-final round... The Indians and the Garnettes split two games during the regular season, with Watertown winning (he last meeting, 19-16 last week... Naugy had already clinched the NVL Championship and the deadline (or games counting toward the tournament had already passed so the Gamelles may have suffered a little let down... The girls will be ready tomorrow however as they take their second step toward the stale championship.... RUE Guiiford COO 1(0 1 - 8 53 Naugatuck 400 160 x-11 104 Higginbolham, and J, McGrady. Cipriano, Matos (5) and DiMuzio. ;;; Game Set For 3:30 At Breen Field Garnet Hosts Greenwich In Tournament Action By !>OX PASCALS and Bob Stauffer. Burns was 6-io than we have recently" said the brother Tom who is also a tone SporlsEditor on the season and when not pit- Greyhound first year coach. "I athlete anil baiting .329. Other ching is lhe Greyhound cen- can't predict anything, it takes players to watch are third The Naugaluek Greyhound terfielder. Foley notched a 4-1 lime lo get back in lhe groove, baseman Vin Franco and out- baseball team, ranked eighth in record and Stauffer who plays Hopefully we'll play like we did fielder Giff Breed, both batting the CIAC Class LL tournament right field when not hurling was heforetheseasonended,whenwe .318. with a 144 record, will meet a 3-2, but pitched one of his best were going pretty well." The Garnet will be led by junior very good Greenwich team today games against Torrington at the While Bojko concedes Ihe second baseman Frank Monloni at 3:30 p.m. at Breen Field, end of (he season. layoff will hurt, he also admits who paced Ihe team with a lusty Greenwich finished their season Cardinal Coach Tom Deneen is that playing home helps balance .426 batting mark. Naugatuck with an 11-7 mark and were expected to start righthander things olf a bil. catcher Jim Murphy who led the t runner-up to Staples in the Jeff Carino who was 5-5 on the "They have lo travel 45 learn with 18 HBl's Ihis season Fairfield County Interscholastic season. Carino a senior, will be minutes or an hour to get here and batted .394 will also be tough Conference. Last Friday Staples backed up by righthander Sfark and (hat should be some ail- tocontendwilh.Other .SOOhitters defeated the Cardinals 2-1 to gain Heberling who posted a 5-2 mark vantage to us," he commented, for Naugaluck this season who the championship. this year for Greenwich. The Cardinals are led by senior will be problems for the Car- Naugatuck Coach Joe Bojko The layoff, coupled with Ihe shortstop Mike Brown who in 22 dinals \iere first baseman Wall has lapped junior righthander fact that Greenwich has played games baited .433 tor his learn. Koproski (.314) and right fielder Tom Burns to take the mound for Friday,concerns coach Bojko Ihe He was selected the most out- Bob Slauffer (.318). Koproski, the Garnet, but indicated he most. "They have the advantage standing player on his team and Stauffer, Murphy and Fran would also use seniors Jim Foley of having played a little more named to the All-Conference Cipriano also have Ihe power lo team. Al first base is Mike's twin win Ihe game tvilh one swing of the bat. Today's game as well as any other CIAC tournament games in team. Al first base is M Bristol Sweeps Waterbury By United Press International Berkshire over West Haven, Ernie Whitt's first home run vvhich Naugaluck competes will Bristol has moved into a slim gave Bristol first place by of the year provided (he margin ** br<)aiicast over ratli( > VVOWW lead in the South division of the virtue of a .561 percentage to of victory for Bristol in the w ' ilh Geor 8 e Schuster handling n^," i^ 8 ," 6 ' , West Haven ' s - 561 - °P cnili e game. John Proctor lhe P la >' <* P' 3 * and NEWS Bristol took a doubleheader In other games: Three Rivers pitched all the way for his first Sporls Edilor Don Pascale 'he from Waterbury, 2-1 and 4-3, edged Williamsport, 4-3, and win, against one defeal. mlor commentary. Airlime lor Wednesday night. The sweep, Quebec City defeated Reading, combined with a 13-6 win by 3.2 THE NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOL girls' Softball learn moved lo the Quarter-finals of the CIAC slate Softball tournament yesterday as they downed Guilford 11-8 al Breen Field. In U)e top photo. Garnelle third baseman Debbie Kooni (No. 22) reaches a split second late for a throw from shortstop in an altempl to get Ihe sliding Cathy Corning. In Ihe loner pfcoto, Naugy catcher Donna Di.Muzio (right) is congratulated hy Barnara Fredericks at home plate alter she blasted a long home run to riglil center field in the fourth inning. I NEiVSpholos by DM Pascale) in Ihe Peter J. Foley League last night, Athletics (opped the Yankees 5-3. The A's tallied two runs in the first, but the Yankees bo unced back with three in their half of the inning. Tr* Athlete went ahead with another run in Ihe lop of the second then added a pair of insurance runs in the third. Paul Russell quieted Ihe Yankee bats as he tossed a two hitter white Greg Swick took the. losson the mound for the Yanks. Koy DeMarco had a double and single and contributed several fine fielding plays for the winners. Chris Sheedy rapped a home run in a losing cause for the Yankees. today's contest is 3:20 p.m. GARLIC BREAD To Take Your Breath Away FRIDAY SPECIAL Miniature J TOT PIZZA 35' RITA'S BAKERY . 51 Spring St. — Union City 'it Wilraj Id iuus II. «,„! ;, „,,.„, ,„, CJ ,, oj ,,, t! M a} ||(( t CJ|ii » n 729-8485 S 21 HOUR-; DAY SERVICE FREKSIIOP-AT-HOMESERVICE Greyhounds Dominate Nutmeg Relay Event Naugatuck High School in the meet did not show, dominated the Nutmeg relays ThetearaofBcnPellelier.Rich held at Crosby High School Dillon, Mike Papp and Jim yesterday. The Greyhounds look Salvalore captured the 4x11 seven first places to oulscore relay. Kaynor Tech and Crosby. The 1" the 4x44 lhe team ol Garnet (allied 5? poinls, Kaynor Pellilier, Brian Haczkowski, Bob 44 and Crosby 42. Ansonia who Bollon and Dillon finished tirsl. was also scheduled to participate Joe Albert, Andy Boltnick and Bill Edler won the shot put and Bottnick, Charlie Noble and Albert won tiie discus relay. Albert, Papp and Pelleticr also had a combined loss of 406'3" to win the javelin event. The meet concluded the regular season for the Greyhounds while Albert and Salvatorc will compete in the slate meet on Saturday. A large part of the South's ronpolilical leadership and 40 per cent of the South's college graduates now come from out-iide Ihe region, reports Dr. Everell S. Lee, director of a University of Georgia study on lhe Soulh's changing population. 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