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Monday, February 7, 1977
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NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Saturday, June 12,1976 -Page 9 Raiders Clinch NVL Title With 13-5 Victory Over Garnettes . . . .,*^.._. ._ AH|L, laqmc Ir, K>aT Tnrrinotfin this by STEVE GESSECK Scholastic Sports writer WATBRBURY - For the second year in a row, a Torrlngton team has defeated a Naugaluckteam for an NVL Championship in a playoff game. Last year, the Torringlon baseball team defeated Naugatuck, H, in the first ever playoff. Yesterday at Huntingdon Park, the Torrington girls' Softball team downed the Garnettes, 13-5, lo clinch the Championship. Both teams were 12-2 during the regular season. Torringlon, which had split two decisions with Naugy earlier in the year, winning 6-5 at home and losing 8-9 in Naugatuck, used three four-run innings lo lead them lo the win. The Raiders tagged Naugatuck pitcher Donna Cipriano for the first four runs in the second inning. Jayne Boulay and Cathy Horne singled to put runners on the corners. Nellie Lopez grounded out shortstop lo first after a steal of second allowing Boulay to score. Gail Barger reached on an error sending the second run home. Janet Beyer singled and stole second, before Mary Ann Giarneac plated both runners with a two out single to center. The Garneltes cut the lead in half in the third by scoring two runs. Donna DiMuzio reached on a single off of pitcher Lee Fee- teau's leg with one away, stole second, and scored on Pam Johnson's line single to center. Johnson trotted home on a long triple to right by co-captain Lori Matos for the second run, but the Naugatuck rally was cut short when Mary Bachinsky, playing with a badly bruised thigh, flew out to center field and Karen Freds all's throw home was in time for Nellie Lopez to put a tag on M atos at the pi ate. Torringlon, however, put the game out of reach with their second four run inning their next lime up. Lopez led oft with a single, and two outs later, Fecteau beat the throw of Matos from short on a slow bouncer for an infield single. Giarneac walked to load the bases, and all three runners scored when DiMuzio tried lo pick Lopez off at third and threw the ball Into left field. Karen Crowley singled lo left and stole second before Fredsall brought her home with a single to right. Fredsall was thro™ out trying to lake second on the play by Garnette right fielder Nancy Vidleux. The Raiders added a single tally in the fifth when Boulay reached on a two-base throwing error by Matos, took third on a fielder's choice, and scored on a wild pitch. The final four Torrington runs came in the sixth after twowere out. Fecteau had walked to lead off the inning and Fredsall walked and took secondonapassedball.Boulaysingledtolelt for one run and took second on the throw home. Cathy Horne singled to center and Boulay scored making the score \\1, A two- run double by Lopez to center drove home Ihe final Torrington tallies. Naugy tried their best to comeback in the last two innings but came up shoit. In the sixth, Donna Cipriano and Debbie Koonz drew one out walks, Cc-captain Sharon Legenza drove in Cipriano with her second single tor the third Naugatuck run and took second when the ball was bobhled in left. Barbara Fredericks got a bloop single, her second hit of the day, to shallow center to drive in Koonz, but a force out and a juggling catch by Fredsall in center on a fly ball oft the bat of DiMuzio ended the inning. The final Naugatuck run came in the seventh when Johnson led off with her second single of the day and stole second. Bachinsky singled to put runners on the corners, and Johnsonscoredonthesecondhalfonadouble steal to make the score 13-5. Mary Hanley, running for Bachinsky, continued to third on the play but was left stranded there as Fee- leau got the next two batters to pop to second and fly to center to end the game. N'AUGV NOTES: Senior co-caplains Lori Matos and Sharon Legenza, along with seniors Debbie Koonz and Barbara Fredericks played their last game for Naugy... The Garnettes conclude a very fine season, their second ever, with an overall mark of 16-5, a second place finish in Ihe league.andinthelopfourintheCIACClassL tournament,... Torrington, unlike what the NEWS had been told, did not beat Holy Cross in the make-up of that rained out contest... The game was rescheduled for the day of the Holy Cross prom and Ihe Holy Cross girls decided not lo play the game and forfeited it to Torrington... Holy Cross and Naugy were the only teams to beat Torringlon this year in league play-- The Naugaluck Junior Prom was last right", and despite that fact and the (act that they had just lost a beartbreaker to Lyman Hall In Ihe Semi-finals of the slate tournament, Ihe Garnettes decided to play Ihe game yesterday and gave it I heir best effort Both Mary Bachinsky and Lori Matos were playing with leg injuries incurred in the Hall game.... The Torrington coach agreed to let Mary Hanley pinch run (or Bachinsky whenever she reached base because of the bad (high.... Matos injured her lower teg on the same play Mary was hurl and reinjured it in thesevenlhinning of yesterday's game and had to be removed from the lineup... Leslie Mancinni replaced Lori in the game.,.. Although losing her starling infield to graduation, coach Denise Swan will have a good nucleus returning in Donna DiMuzio, Pam Johnson, Donna Cipriano, and Mary Bachinsky and should have another good season next year.... R.H.E Torringlon 0104110-13110 N'augaluck 002 (Xtt I - 5 95 College Series . Begins OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) - The country's top raled learns clash tonight in Ihe feature attraction of the first round in the 30th annual College World Series. Arizona State, ranked best in the nation coming into the NCAA double elimination playoffs, will battle second- ranked Arizona ahead of the Oklahoma-Washington State game which will finish up the first round. Before those teams get their first taste of competition, one of the eight clubs in the series will be sent packing. It will be either Auburn or Maine, both losers in Friday night contests, who' were matched in an afternoon fight for survival. Clemson clobbered Auburn, 94, in a game in which each team socked out 10 base hits and each had two home runs. The biggest over-the-wall blast was a three-run shot by Clerason's Bill Foley in the bottom of Ihe fourth which , boosted his team to a 5-1 lead. Steve Nilsson slammed the other' Clem son homer. Steve , Montgomery and Mickey Miller hit balls out of the park for Auburn. Chuck Porler hurled Ihe distance for Clemson to remain undefeated in 12 decisions this year. The loss, his fifth against 10 victories, went lo Robert Hudson who started and lasted until the eighth. Eastern Michigan won its first test with a 3-2 squeak past Maine which featured some outstanding pitching for both teams. Bob Owchinko and Bob Welch combined in a seven- hitter and struck out 15 en route to the win, while Maine's John Sawyer pitched a five- hitter in taking his first loss in three decisions. Owchinko breezed through the first six innings but ran inlo trouble in Ihe seventh before being rescued by Welch. Owchinko, who had struck out eight and allowed only three hils over the first six frames, gave up a triple, two singles and a walk before Welch relieved him in the seventh with two runners on base, one out, and two runs already across the plate. Welch immediately made a bad silualion worse by walking the first batler he faced lo load Ihe bases. But Ihen he picked the runner off second and struck out Brian Bulterfield to end the Maine Ihreal. Welch struck out seven and allowed only one hil during his brilliant relief stint. BETTY CONFIDENT WASHINGTON (UPI) First Lady Belly Ford has an "instinctive feeling" her husband will win the Republican residential nomination; " Montefusco Blanks Mets By FRED McMANE been blanked three times in UPI Sports Writer their last four games. While not all of the Giants "I have to show people in have left their hearts in San New York I'm as good as Tom Francisco, it would seem lhal Seaver," said Montefusco, who John Montefusco is settling tamed the Mets on nine down to a nice long stay in the strikeouts, city by the bay. The 26-year-old right-hander, who has his eyes set on winning the Cy Young Award, tossed a threehitter and notched his third shutout of the season Friday night lhat gave Ihe . Montefusco was in complete control of the Mets and received batting support from Bobby Murcer, who hit a three- run homer, and Mare Kill, who added a two-run shot off loser Giants a M triumph over Ihe New York Mels, who have now Jerry Koosman. In other NL action, Cincinnati Purtzer, Dent Kemper Leaders By JERRY MITCHELL below every day to nave a CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI) - chance," he said. Rookie Tom Purtzer and Hayes said he was also •eteran Jim Dent both think optimistic of closing the gap on the leaders. "I really felt confident all the way," he said after a second consecutive 69. "I'm looking forward to the last two rounds because everything feels good." '•• Hinkle had a sparkling 1- 'they both shot" 68 for Uie J ''under'-par Friday morning lo second consecutive day Friday "-"finish the first round with a nipped St. Louis, 8-7, Phila- blasts to power Pittsburgh to delphia lopped San Diego, 4-2, victory over Atlanta. John Pittsburgh whipped Atlanta, 6- Candelaria, with relief help 2, Chicago downed Houston, &-\ from Moose, won his fifth game and Los Angeles defeated in nine decisions. Montreal, 7-4. Cubs 8, Astros 3: Reds 8, Cardinals T. George Millerwald collected Tony Perez hit a three-run four hits to lead Chicago over homer off Al Hrabosky with Houston. Two errors by Astros none out in the ninth inning to shortstop Jerry DaVanon ena- give Cincinnati ils victory over bled the Cubs to score four runs SI. Louis. A single by Ken in the fifth and snap a 1-1 tie, Griffey and a walk to Joe First baseman Bob Watson of Morgan preceded Perez' eighth Houston suffered a broken nose home run of Ihe season. in the game when he was Phillies J, Padres 2: struck by one of DaVanon's Jay Johnstone's homer and throws, which bounced in the Mike Schmidt's two-run double dirt, highlighted a four-run eighth Dodgers 1, Expos 4: inning that paced Philadelphia Steve Garvey drove in three to victory over San Diego, .lirn runs with a triple, double and a Kaal, wilh relief help from single to power Los Angeles to Tom Underwood, won his fifth victory over Montreal. The Dodgers got only six hits but capitalized on two fielding errors by Ihird baseman Larry Parrish and the wildncss of starter Ciay Kirby to score five game in seven decisions. Dave Winfield homered for the Padres. Pirates 6, Braves 2: Richie Zisk hit a two-run homer and Bill Robinson and unearned runs in the first two Ihey have found a key to success on the professional golf tour. They'll have a chance to lest their theories today, trying to hold Ihe lead in the third round of Ihe Kemper Open golf tournament. REMEMBER FATHER'S DAY JUNE 20th for 8-under-par 136s and shared a two-stroke lead over Charles Coody, Mark Hayes and Gary Groh. "I'd like to hit my driver good tomorrow and putl good and I'll be okay," said Purlzer, who gained his tour card last June. "1 feel good. I'm hitting it good and I've got everything going." Dent conceded lhat his game has suffered through the years because of an erratic putter. "I've putted good," said Dent, known for his powerful drives. "That's the secret of two 68s. I missed a lot of fairways but I got a couple of breaks here and there." Coody played 3fi holes without a bogey but had lo scramble lo save pars on three holes Friday, "I'll have to keep it al 70 or one-stroke lead over the field. But he faltered slightly with a 2-over 7-t in the second round and was knotted at 5-under-par with Roger Maltbie, Joe Inman, Homero Blancas and early first-round leader Mason Rudolph. Six golfers started today's round four strokes off the pace. They were defending champion Ray Floyd, John Maiiaffey, Al Giebarger, Grier Jones, J.C. Snead and Mike Hill. The 153-player field was cut lo 76 today with only those at 145 or better continuing play for the final two rounds. Arnold Palmer finished Iwo rounds at even-par, white Billy Casper and Jerry Heard barely squeezed in at 145. Gary Player was the most notable player to miss the cut. He had rounds of 74-73 over Ihe Quail Hollow Course. Reynold's, Rudy's Win NEWS Softball Games In the Naugatuck News Softball league last night, Reynold's jumped out to a 7-1 first inning lead, Ihen went on lo an 15-9 victory over Charlie Murphy's Restaurant. Jack Fleisher and Paul Birgio each drove in four runs for Reynolds, while Mike McGuiness, Jim Aquavia and Steve Brennan knocked in two runs each. Art Petrucci led Murphy's with SHAKER'S *5V\>. .'••'..•- ..--.. WATERBURY -The Ningatack High School girls' Softball team lost Hie NVL championship lo Torrington yesterday in a playoHfor the title at Huntington Field. The girls dropped a IH decision, but not without a tough fight. In Ihe top photo Lori Malos (No. 1« ot the Garattta h Isggfd onl at home plate as she crashes hito Torrington calctiei Ntllie Lop«. In Itie kmtr photo, Naugatuck catcher Donna DiMoito leaps for a throw from the outfield that eluded tier grasp in the third Inning. (NEWSphotos by Don Pa scale) GAMBLING PROFITS HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) - Harlford Jai Alai says it turned over $221,829 in revenue lo Ihe slate during its first 15 days in operation, in addition to a check for an undisclosed amount representing five per cent of last weekend's record three performances. The jai alai arena, in a prepared release which did not disclose owners' profits, said more important than the stale Reynold's tangle at two hits. Don Douty was the winning pitcher for Reynold's in his first start of the season. In other action, Rudy's Battered Christopher Columbo wilh 23 hits and scored a 17-10 victor}'. The first five innings were close with Columbo emerging wilh a 98 lead as Frank Faz^ino and Fred Happy clouted home runs. In the fifth inning Patsy DeCarlo cleared the bases with a home run for Rudy's and Steve Dibble and Gary Rackowski also added (our baggers. Bob Kunccs, Rackowski and Keith Miller with three hils each, supported Steve Dibble's four for five night. Tom Katalunas pil- ched the win, his eighth victory of Ihe season against five losses. In games Monday, Rudy's and Dutch Front tangle al 6:15, Gene's and Chemical meet at 7:30, Four Sons and Cavallo's play at 8:45 and Fortin's and Cotton we have the chair dad has , in mind L^Give Dad a chair thai tie can call his own! One that's rich in comfort, fashioned with masculine good looks and heautiSu'ly upholstered in long weaiing materials. 170 COEN ST., NAUGATUCK is now taking registrations for students tor our. summer and (all programs. For further details call 729-6447 from 9 &.M.-3 P.M. Mon,Fri. "Ihe number of , 0 — ^— — — ^— ^— — — ~"~- ^^— — — revenue was DRIVE STOPS NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) ^ we fa TORRINGTON, Conn. (UP!) - New Haven harbor is Ihe community" - Oliver Wolcotl Vocational- first choice of a New York- Technical School Parents' Club based group looking (or a home raised only $1,000 of ils »,100 for Ihe aircraft carrier Enler- goal to pay seven unpaid prise. The group wants lo lum coaches. School Athletic Direc- the ship into a fiddling A youth convicted ot killing lor Archie Tracy said Tuesday aeroepact musturr, after it U ««* England hghlweighl box- Ure dub had called off its tad- <te»mmittion«l. Exiting deve- ing champion Donald Nelson raising effort, begun in Decem- lopment plans are .what makes *»s sentenced Wednesday lo ber. The state allocated no New Haven desirable, accord- seven lo » years in prison. money for coaches' salaries, so ing lo a Odysseys in Flight toe. Indited for murder, Arroyo the seven said they would stop The harbor would have to be Ortu. ". PlM*« »"«» l ° coaching in September. Former dredged to allow passage of Die manslaughter for the killing of students have bwn acting as 870-fool ship from the channel Nelson. ». »» f^y in an volunteer part-time coaches. to a berth al shore. «8™«rt ° ver a bic > de - Hollow at 6:15. MAN'S PARADISE IS»»rcl\St..N«wBrlt«ll* •m-im Introductory Special Diir Give And Take Massage BIMN&INTHlSCOUPON MFRItEhVLMMMOEl NOUS) (HM-1A.M. EVWYOAY If you come in and make your selection, we'll put it away for Father's Day. Make your choice early. Naugatuck Church St. 4 Floors 729-2251 Our 76th Year

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