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6& Poughkeopalo Journol Fridoy, May 1, 1987 y i Juan Refrigeration ices B.C. Bombers Mark Webber had three hits to lead 'Juan Refrigeration past D,C. Bomb wrs 13 - 5 in the City of Poughkeepsie Slo - pitch league. Larry Zocchi and Tom Catanzaro l Contributed two hits, each for Juan, while George Nedig paced the losers I vitfth two hiU. TOM MARGIOTTA and Ed Torre - grbssa rapped out three hits each, 'including two doubles, as Pete's Mobil Car Wash ripped All Clear En. "letprises 12 - 2. u - RJch Thompson paced the losers ttfth three hits, while teammate Ken "Carroll smashed a two - run homer. ' - v tub irvto'e nm . .. t. - .i - kja n. "'" oiiu marly, uuur Died to lead Mamma Marisa past nebeck Sports 13 - 5. m Miller had three hits to pace nebeck Sports. OLTS AUTO PARTS rallied for cix.runs in the bottom, of the sixth .Tuning to beat T.J. Pizza 10 - 9. to, Marty Rising, who had the game - wjnning hit, went 3 - for - 4. Tracy Pikun u)tomered for T.J.'s. 'JACK'S AUTO BODY scored six "rUns in the second inning and cruised over Arlington Specialties. 10 - 8. IT "Urn Cherico led the way with two ffhiH: white Paul Rrwell hnrf lhi - M hits, including a pair of doubles, for the losers. . ' . Fishklll Man's Slo - pltch JU)ii acauum went o - iur - a ana smashed an amazing four home runs . as - Box Seat Pub hammered Deli But ton. 27 - 14. Steve Rath had four hits, three of them homers, for Box Seat, which finished with a total of 12 home Lou Sernerchia rapped out three REC SOFTBALL hits, including a home run, for the losers. RICK BROWNELL and Frank Presti pounded out three hits each and Bill.BoespH homered to lead Rent - All Center to a 16 - 11 win over Serls Realty. Scott Bashinger homered for Serls. Beacon Over - 35 Jimmy Wilkins ripped four hits and Jimmy Farrell went 2 - for - 4 with a home run to lead Savons to a 20 - 8 win dvejr" Beacon Paint. Henry Irrizalo paced the losers with three hits. RANDY CASSALE banged out three hits as Bob's Corner Store dismantled Ninnie's Construction 16 - 7. John Brenny was the losing pitcher for Ninnie's. WINNING PITCHER Bruce Wolfe went 2 - for - 4 as Papa Joe's outlasted Miro's 17 - 16. Freddie Way chipped in three hits for the winners. Johnny Wilznoski paced Miro's with three hits. BEACON POST 203 defeated Pali - si's Auto Body 154 behind winning pitcher Sandy Cacciola's two hits. Lou Juhasz and Bob Kaurz slapped three hits for Palisi's. City of Poughkeepsie Fast - pitch John Suto rapped out four hits, including a pair of doubles, as RicEtta Construction blanked Busch Distributors 9 - 0. Jim Relyea drove in six runs on three hits, while teammate Jim Del - mar also had three hits. .LITTLE LEAGUE Z' TOWN OF POUGHKEEPSIE SOUTH It - Sltven Quattrochl threw a no - hltter, ' striking out 12, to lead the New Hamburg Otefs to an eaty f - 1 win over Croft Fire. jnTom Bartlett had' two doubles lor the Chiefs. : .) - , TOWN OF POUGHKEEPSIE ;; CENTRAL ,.; Dutchess Cadillac defeated Dalrylea 11 - I. behind the pitching of Eric Glbney and .tOavId Skutnlk. Skutnlk also hit. two dou - - . btes and contributed 2 R B I . q Spencer Ulflck had four hits In as many " appearances with a triple to lead Red Oaks 'Mill Fire tc? 1411 victory over Dalrylea. Jlnj Eadie struck out eight and hit two ' triples to fuel Fire's effort. ''. TOWNOFFISHKILL .. ?, LITTLE LEAGUE Winning tltctwr Matt Robinson had four v,t. Including a triple, to lead the Extrac - ' IWf to an IS - e pounding of Dwyer's Golf. " Kevin Kos and Tony K reuse each tripled ,. pr; Dwyer's. SENIOR LEAGUE ' Pat Daly had four hits. Including an In - :'.slde - the - park homer, to lead Protection 'Engine to a 1 J - J1 thrashing of Royal Cart - - , log. BUI Sohan knocked three lilts for Pro - ... lection. TOWN OF WAPPINGER AMERICAN Oddfellows defeated Galloto VS behind Dennis OlMattla's four hits. Winning pitcher Greg Poll struck out six In ust three Innings. NATIONAL Winning pitcher Mike Matthews struck out live and had two hits and two REfl to lead Fisher Machine to an 8 - 3 triumph over the Elks. TOWN OF MILLBROOK Mike Barnello struck outftfe batters en route to a one - hitter to leacrtne Fire Department to a 7 - 0 win over George Whalen. Barnello also had two hits and two RBI's. SOFTBALL HYDE PARK The Pirates defeated the Cardinals US behind Patricia Sause's three - run homer and Mellnda AhrenhoU's three hits. TOWN OF EAST FISHKILL Jennifer O'Hare and Kim Seely each went 4 - for - 4 to lead the Royal Auto Chargers to a 1S - 10 victory over Rocky's Raiders. Kristin Downey and Jalne Perl - man had three hits Jor Rocky's. TOWN OF FISHKILL SENIOR LEAGUE Krlstl Buszek slapped three hits as De - Carr Backyards beat Dover West 11 - 7. Lisa Wheeler had two hits for Dover. GOLF RESULTS . - ,.Las Vegas Invitational ,.KV&roml - 44 Kaltti Clearwater r Sinker "MstIiPWI Leonard Thompson Tom Byrum f red Couple Andy North Ronnie Black Joy llndelar JeckRtnner Hefe Irwin Tin Simpson Sen! Randolph ttmi Clement VSIne McCellliter tfffgrSn" Dv6rr , Hrt Sutton . Dav Edwards Jodie Mudd l"ejyin SWrVMI 'httSlaclunar Mite Svlllvan MacCTGrady Outt WaUort HH - 4J n - u 3411 - 41 un - u JJ 14 - 44 JI1S - 44 3114 - 44 1111 - 44 3111 - 44 1114 - 47 14H - 47 14 33 - 4T MU - 41 34 - H - 47 1411 - 4; 1411 - 47 1JU - 47 1114 - 47 " ...Jim Simons ,. 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Lourdes QB Gordon decides on Dartmouth "I figurea that would be great as far as coachplayer relationship goes," Gordon said. . By Rich ThomaseiU ' " Journal staff Our Lady of Lourdes quarterback Sean Gordon had an easier time picking apart opposing defenses than he did in picking a college, w - The record - setting senior, using most of his allotted time in making the decision, narrowed his choices down to two schools in the Ivy League. And on Tuesday, he made up his mind, signing a letter of intent to play for Dartmouth College in the fall. The choice came down to Dartmouth or the University of Pennsylvania. Gordon chose Dartmouth mainly because dl new coach Buddy Teevens. "I liked Teevens," Gordon said. "He's a young coach and he did a great job at building up Maine's program." Teevens left Maine in December to become the head coach of the Big Green, a team that was 3 - 6 - 1 last season. Gordon was also attracted by another Teevens feature: he was himself an Ivy League quarterback for Dartmouth eight years ago. Teevens said that since coming in so late to the school, he was excited at landing a quarterback of Gordon's caliber. "Just to get an athlete of his ability is a great thing for us," said Teevens. "The credit goes to my assistant. Desmond Robinson. Things went fairly well in recruiting Sean." Gordon, make a mockery of the airwaves last fall in leading the Warriors to a 5 - 3 - 1 mark and into their second straight bowl appearance, tie passed for 2,025 yards and connected on 19 scoring sjtfikes while setting a New York state record for most touchdown passes in a game with seven, in a 49 - 13 destruction of Beacon. As for Gordon, he said he is realistic entering the school. "They didn't make any promises and I understand that," he said. "They just said that they don't have that 'many quarterbacks and that they just gonna build it up from there." Brown clings to the lead in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Ken Brown retained a one - shot lead, Smrsday in the delayed windup to e first round of the storm - shortened Las Vegas Invitational golf tournament. Severe thunderstorms Wednesday in an area' that averages 1.5 inches of rain a year disrupted the tournament schedule and reduced the format from a five - day, 90 - hole event to 72 holes. "It doesn't rain in the desert. But it did," said tournament chairman Tom Hartley. The 64 Brown shot on Wednesday stood up as the lead, although Keith Clearwater and Larry Rinker joined South African Denis Watson at 65. Clearwater played at the Las Vegas Country Club, one of three resort courses being used, and Rinker was at Spanish Trail. Watson, a former winder of this title, completed his round Wednesday. Half the field of 156 pros and 624 amateurs was stranded Wednesday on the courses by the storms that caused a delay of almost three hours. 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PETERSBURG, Fla. Kathy Postlewait birdied three of the last five holes to finish with a 67 and tie six othergolfers for the first - round lead of the LPGA's S&H Classier: Postlewaitrwinner of one' tournament this, sea son and 4wo in 14 years - on tour, fashioned her 5runder - par total with five birdies and no bogeys on the par - 72, 6.013 - yard layout at Pasadena Yacht ft Country Club. She and Pam Allen, Dawn Coe. Beverly Klass. Martha Nause, M.J, Smith and Carolyn Hill none of whom has wpn as a professional - led seven other golfers' by one stroke. the CR0WS NST ENJOY Sports Channel 50" Big Screen TV W3tCft the YANKS and METS 577 South Rd, 462 - 9924 Area crew teams feeling confident By John Ferro SpecUl to die Journal There is little, if any. doubt in the minds of the area high school crew members as to who will win this Saturday's Mid - Hudson Trlangulars. "We're going to sweep," declared Arlington's varsity eight coxswain Russell Kein. Asked the same question, one Poughkeepsie rower mused earnestly for a moment and proclaimed, "Poughkeepsie will win every event. You heard it here." With a year's worth of area bragging rights on the line, it's no wonder that rowers from Arlington, Poughkeepsie and Roosevelt are predicting nothing less than blowouts Arlington coach Elfriede Tillman Is quietly confident because the Admirals have been riding the crest of their largest turnout ever; More than 100 boys and girls tried out fcc - the Admiral teamsl The kind of mental preparedness Tillman is seeking in her boys' team seems readily abundant in the Lady Admirals crew. Two junior boats will tun and the word is that both JV teams are hungry. Though this past week's weather has cut down on water time, spring break afforded both - teams some calm winds and much needed time to develop consistency of style and pace. : "Poughkeepsie girls coach Bob Creedon is looking forward to avenging last year's loss to Roosevelt in the girls varsity eight. Poughkeepsie ' started rowing their senior eight late and subsequently has had only one match in which they placed second in the Upper Merlon Regatta Mike McDermqft's boys team has only had two races this year including a third place finish In the Upper Merion Regatta. McDermott expects junior captain Steve Gordan and key returners. John Goniatus and Tony Peelizzari to fill in where only one senior, Richard Creelman, has returned. Steve Bator's Roosevelt boys team will have three five year rowers including senior tri - captalns Mike Ver - ' tullo, a Poughkeepsie Jounal all - star last year, Kevin Long, and Matt Flanigan leading a team that last year both the senior 8 and the senior 4 races. The FDRboys won five out of eight races at Liverpool and performed well versus the teams of St Andrews and Lafialle this past Saturday. This Triangulars are scheduled to start around 3:00 and will run between the Roosevelt boathouse, across from the Hudson River St. Hospital and the Marist boathouse. Davis signs contract with NFL's Cowboys Former New Paltz High School standout and current University of Tennessee grldder Charles Davis has signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Davis. Hho was not chosen in Tuesday's NFL draft, signed the contract Wednesday night in Knoxville and will report to Dallas May 13 for the Cowboys' rookie orientation camp. "I was a little disappointed that I wasn't drafted' Davis said from his apartment in Knoxville. "People connected with the NFL told me they thought I was going to be drafted. "I still feel a little disappointed that I wasn't drafted but that outlpok will change with time," he added. "To sign with the Cowboys is an honor." Given Dallas' proven record with signing rookie free agents. Cowboys vice - president of personnel development, Gil Brandt, said he didn't think it mattered that Davis was not originally drafted. "To start with, we don't sign some one unless we feel he has a legitimate chance' to make the team." Brandt said, from Cowboy offices in Dallas. "Sometimes you wind' up with a Drew Pearson or an Everson Wajls as a result." Both Pearson, the former All - Pro wide receiver and Walls, Dallas' cur rent All - Pro defensive back, were - undrafted and signed as rookie free agents. "We think Charles Is very bright and he has great character," Brandt said. "With those two things, success is sure to follow. He has the coverage ability and he has intelligence. We would, like him to be a little faster but his knack for playing defense makes up for his lack of speed." Davis said the oversight of not being drafted will be a plus. "There will definitely be an increased motivation to prove that I - should have been drafted," he said. "I'm grateful to the Cowboys for giving me the chance." Rlch.Thomaselli .WMJJ. mmmuiL spribb SAinnes ItywmteitofllMlMUfiiTMTsiTBSKi! Act now! During - SNAPPER's National Spring ScwingStwninga SNAPPER is easier thanever. Receive tremendous values on SNAPPER Riding Mowers. America's humber one choice in rear1 engine riders - now at the best SNAPPER value ever! 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