«. Page Fourteen f HE cotmtBIMMpttlftMt, JPttBois, B.-Sefvittg Cleartield, , July i. Drop Jwinbill Buf trip Will Be temembmd far Long rime DuBois legion Has Great Day At Three Rivers Stadium By JOHN KLEES CE Sports Editor PITTSBURGH - They have come a long way...From DuBois Little League where they won state championship and missed out on trip to the LL World Series on home run. Then it was Teeners and another state tournament. It continues today with a couple great years of Legion baseball and for many it will be another year in 1976. Yes, a group of baseball players from DuBois have come a long way and on Monday they reached Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. For 15 players, manager and coach and a handful of fans that made the trip — it will be a day they will remember. The two defeats — who really cares — the experience they gained and the chance to play on the artificial turf of Three Rivers — that is what really counts. For the record book — DuBois Legion dropped a twinbill to the Little Pirates, 6-1 and 3-0... Jim McKee, DuBois manager, played the game to win but when discussing the day he felt the experience will help his team when they move into the playoffs — that is if they can come up with some pitching help this week when they finish out the .."second half. ;• The one big worry for ; McKee is that Bruce Nesbitt : may be on the sidelines the ;? rest of the season. Nesbitt :'- tried to warmup in hopes of S pitching the second game but li" his arm still hurts. His £ problems started following £ the recent tryout at Showers | Field. p DuBois Legion is home i* with Punxsutawney this *5 evening and on Wednesday y. plays at Reynoldsville. E The DuBois Legion has f : been having things pretty 5j much their own way in the | Jefferson League with S Reynoldsville the one big foe «j they must hurdle for the S. second half title. 5 Overall DuBois has not 6 seen strong mound op« ponents but Monday at .3-, 1 Rivers they got a chance to I face two recent Pittsburgh % draft picks — Bill Krampe in the first game and fireballer Rick Holloway in the second 5*: contest. ->* Krampe won 6-1 on a three IS- hitter, Holloway a 3-0 winner ji* on no hitter. ££•; Krampe used a big curve ^5 ball to handle the DuBois ISUbats while Holloway threw SiC smoke in pitching the no-no. K< The only runners to reach £S' base off Holloway were Louie £§;' Sackandy twice with walks gjr- and Randy Liddle with a &" walk in the seventh. Liddle |;.. ended up in a game inning g*£ double play when he tried to flj* steal when Steve Johnston £%•' went down on strikes. J£? Holloway ended up with 10 •~S~ Mike Mitskavich and S : ": Roger Myers got to throw jif from the high mound at t'J Three Rivers and both ' pitched well enough to win except it was the Little Pirates they were facing. Mitskavich gave up 6 hits in the opener and it was a couple throwing errors by the DuBois hurler that gave the Little Pirates the edge. Myers gave up 7 hits with the scoring coming in the first (two runs) and the third innings. Sackandy gave the local cheering section something to cheer about when he led off the first game with a long triple to rightcenter field. Sackandy was stranded on third as Krampe got the next three, two on strikes. The only run for DuBois came in the fourth when Liddle walked, went to second on single by Mike Lazar, third on pass ball and scored on single by Nesbitt to leftfield. Bob Mariano led off the sixth for Little Pirates with a triple and scored on second single by Joe Hughes. A strikeout and wild pitch let Hughes score and then a popup saw Mitskavich throw the ball away for second run. Krampe then singled to center for the third run in the sixth for Little Pirates. Two errors around a single in the second gave Pirates two more runs and Joe Fiori singled to left scoring Krampe for the lone tally in the fifth. Joe Fiori singled with one out in the first inning .of the second game and later scored on a double steal. Ed Haberle then doubled to left for the other run. Haberle had a triple in the third inning scoring Mariano for the third run of the game. NOTES — A brief history on the Little Pirates — started in 1958 and have put some 50 players in the Minor Leagues...This year between 80 and 85 players tried out for the team and so far the club has played 59 games, large Carp Taken At Tannery Dam Tom Young of Big Run RD early Saturday night caught two of the largest fish taken from Tannery Dam on First St. in the past year. Using a No. 6 test line, Young battled for two hours to land a 31-inch carp weighing 15 pounds, then after disposing of the fish cast in again. This time he hooked a 28- inch carp weighing 12 pounds. The -battle to land this "monster" didn't take quite as long as the first. Ironically, Young threw the scavanger back in! He kept the larger one. Quite a number of fishermen looked on as Young made his double catch. His struggles to land the huge fish attracted many passersby, it was reported. The fish were caught on the Lakeside Ave. side of the dam, opposite the country club grounds. winning 54. They play two or three doubleheaders in a week... Merrell Hess, Pirate scout, was in the stands and when he learned that radio (WCED) and press (Courier Express) were in attendance he was pleased....In most cases the opponents bring a few reports and even fans...DuBois had their share of fans in the stands — four gals were a little late but they only started at 5:30 a.m. amd made the park around 10 a.m....Must have been a dress shop open somewhere on the road.... DuBois team went to Pirate game on Sunday, stayed overnight and had a good time in the city of Pittsburgh... George Williams with Frank Caracciolo as his colorman, brought the first game back to DuBois on WCED-FM....WCED will be airing the local playoff games in LL, Teeners and Legion... LITTLE PIRATES 6 AB R H Bl Aston If Joe Fiori 2b Wolff cf Mariano 3b Haberle Ib Hughes rf Pierce pr, rf Bassiss Santa c Lucas ph Jim Fiori c Krampe rf Totals DUBOIS LEGION 1 Sackandy cf Guthridge 3b Liddle ss Lazar c Nesbitt Ib Myers If T. Andrulonis 2b Johnston ph D. Andrulonis rf T.Schaffer rf Mitskavich p DuBois It Stars At Brookville On Wednesday lift Alumni Early Pick In Classic By JAN MURTAUGH Because the DuBois Litts roster for the "Heart Goes to Bat" jogging softball tournament is the first received, headquarters for the unique event coming Sunday, July 27 at City Park have established the Littville U. Alumni as early favorites for the championship. Meeting in special session Monday night. General Chairman Dr. Howard Fugate Jr. and his cochairman Marv Bloom reached the decision to establish the Litts contingent managed by ex-pro Johnny Yonushonis as 10-7 favorites in this early stage of preparations. Sponsoring the "jogging games" is the Cardiac, Pulmonary Rehabilitation unit. Maple Avenue Hospital. "Of course when we study ihe rosters of the Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary we may be forced to change the odds." Dr. Howard Fugate and MLB commented in releasing ihe following LittvUle U. squad as submitted by Manager Johnny y. Catcher: Babe Anderlonis; pitching Scubby Radzavich; Ib. £ig Ben Bwga; 2b. Charlie Burkes; 3b. Nuns Abromovich; ss Clink P. Miknis; Outfield starters, Vic Lesky, Stud Stradofsky, John Beleski, Frank Metalonis. Manager Yonushonis advised the tourney chairmen, "My reserves will be given later — in compliance with the rules." Chairman Fugate, who will also manage the Maple Hospital All-Heart varsity, revealed he directed a 19- member squad of aspirants as starters through a snappy two-hour workout last Saturday. "Haven't decided on the starting lineup yet. but we'll have a couple like the late Babe Didrikson ready for action," the MD declared. Lions manager Bill Reay, when notified that the Litts rosters have been submitted, commented: "Okay, so I'll get the club to initiate the best from the Olympics, Boosters and Phalanx." Ixwks like quite a festivity — free to the public on July •>7th. Regulations pertaining to the "over 50 year joggers on ihe Lilts. Lions. Kiwanis. Rotary, will be announced this week." Punxsutawney, Ridgway, Brookville Score Wins In D- W LL Playoffs BY PAUL FIELDS TOBY—The Brookville Little League All-Stars survived their first round game in District 10 playoff action last night with a narrow 4-3 win over the Fox Township Little League All- Stars. Brookville, home team with the toss of the coin, waited until the second inning to take a quick 2-0 lead. In that second, Randy Reitz doubled and hard hitting second-baseman Craig Painter singled him home for 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 2 0 0 2 25 ON AB 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 23 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 1 R 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 H 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Bl 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 000 100 0 1 L."p"iVa"tes 020 013 x 6 Errors-Liddle, Mitskavich 2, Three-base h its-Sa cka ndy, Mariano. Struck out by. Mitskavich 9, Krampe 8, Base on balls off-Mitskavich 2, Krampe 1, innings Pitched by-Mitskavich 6, Krampe 7, Winning pitcher- Krampe, Losing pitcher- Mitskavich. -O— LITTLE PIRATES —3 AB R H Bl Aston If Joe F iori 2b Herdzek ph, rf Wolff cf Mariano 3b Haberle Ib Hughes rf Jim Fiori c Santa c Simon pr, 2b Lucas ss Holloway p Totals 4 2 1 3 3 3 2 0 1 1 3 2 25 DUBOIS LEGION—0 AB R H Bl Sackandy cf Guthridge 3b Caracciolo 3b Liddle ss Lazar c Nesbitt Ib Johnston Ib Myers p T. Andrulonis 2b D. Andrulonis rf Lepionka rf Bontempo If Kirkwood If Harmic rf Schaffer If Totals DuBois L. Pirates the first run of the night. With one out, Mike Schuckers singled scoring Painter for their second run of the inning. Fox Township waited until the fourth inning to do some scoring, as they came alive to score two runs to tie the game. Dan Lucchini led off the fourth inning with a single and with two outs, Jerry Tucker pounded out 200 foot homerun. Brookville came right back in their half of the fourth when Painter singled again, Brad Meyers walked and two pass balls combined with an error on the catcher scored both Painter and Meyers. Fox Township picked up their last run of the night when pitcher Joe Mattivi, who's brother had been struck and killed by lightning four days earlier, hit a solo homerun shot to make the final 4-3. Brookville pitcher Pete Blair seemed near perfect except for two innings as the youngster struck out 12 and walked only 2. His opponent, Trout wile Hands Hormtown Second Loss In Fed Loop 000 000 0 0 201 000 X 3 Two-base hits-Haberle, Three-, base hits-Haberle. Double plays- DuBois (6-3), Little Pirates (2-6), Struck out by-Myers 4, Holloway 10, Base on Balls off-Myers 2, Holloway 3, Innings pitched by- Myers 6, Holloway 7, Winning Pitcher-Holloway, Losing pitcher- Myers. Sports Menu Tuesday, July 15 Senior LL Moshannon at Kane Curwensville at Brockway Clearfield at Bradford McKean at Emporium Jefferson Legion Punxsutawney at DuBois Clarion at Brookville Reynoldsville at Sigel- Corsica DuBois LL Pirates vs Reds Sunoco vs Jaycees Jefferson Girls Brockway at Sykesville DuBois at Demons Brookville at Falls Creek DuBois Slo-Pitch K&G vs Jackson China at Big Soldier Mancuso's vs Turkey Track at Reynoldsville Dennison's vs Pizza Beverage at Wishaw Hallstrom's vs Brockport at Brockport Brockway Bank vs Walt's Lounge at Brockway L&D vs Litts at Turkey Track Broadway Inn vs Rockwell at Reservoir Hughes Starr vs Wolf Furniture at 3rd Ward Little League Playoffs Lewistown at Philipsburg Bellefonte at Four Leaf -O- Wednesday, July 16 JC League Fox Township at DuBois Ramey at Clearfield Jefferson Legion Punxsutawney at Clarion Little League Playoffs DuBois at Brookville. 6 p.m. Emporium at Ridgway Smethport at Punxsutawney Bradford ai Kane Jefferson Legion DuBois at Reynoldsville 6 p.m. Humbug is an arousing worrj that first appeared during the 18th century as a bit of slang and quite possibly originated out of underworld jargon. FEDERATION LEAGUE Northern Division Hormtown ]« * •«' Brockway «' » -579 Falls Creek ' 8 .529 Reynoldsville 9 ' -500 Beechwoods 0 19 .000 Southern Division K^er 15 I '2S2 Troutville '2 « •«»> Peri(je i d 9 9 .500 Sabula I i •%* Rockton * 'J -316 Mahaffey •> '5 .211 In some surprises in the Federation League last night, Troutville upset Northern Division leading Hormtown 5-1, Southern Division leading Kramer beat Beechwoods 8-1, streaking Penfield stopped Falls Creek's six game winning streak 2-0, and Reynoldsville got a big fourth inning to beat Sabula 11-5. -0- Troutville 5, Hormtown 1 Troutville got some four- hit pitching from Randy Shepler as Buzz Hudock struck out ten in losing. Hormtown suffered from some big defensive lapses, committing seven errors. Troutville did the damage early, scoring all the runs in the first four innings. Hormtown got the only runs in the third Terry Hillia'rd and Lynn Hartzfeld both had a pair of singles and Shepler had a double and a single for the top Troutville stick men. Hormtown slipped to 16-2 on the year while Troutville is 12-8. Itt was the first loss of the season for Hormtown hurler Buzz Hudock. -0- Kramer 8, Beechwoods 1 Kramer also struck early, getting seven tallies in the first two frames in downing Beechwoods. Beechwoods got nine hits in the game, but with the aid of three double plays, Kramer held the cellar dwellers from the Northern Division to only one run. The defending league champs pounded out 11 base hits. Denny Lott went the distance for Kramer while Beechwoods used four different pitchers. Starter Steve Shaffer failed to record an out as he took the loss. Ed Felix had an rbi single and a bases clearing double to lead Kramer while Tim Felix added a pair of singles and Tony Poy doubled. Rick and Steve Shaffer and Brian Pisarchick all had two singles while Earle Lyons had a double and a single to lead Beechwoods. Kramer is 18-2 while Beechwoods is 0-19. -0- Penfield 2, Falls Creek 0 Penfield got a strong three-hit pitching performance from Earl Feidor in beating Falls Creek. Feidor struck out ten in getting the shutout. Greg Volpe had the big Penfield hit, a double that scored Ron Hudsick and Tim Levenduski with the only runs of the game. Hudsick had a double and a single for the winners. George Tinnick, Bob Smiley and Scott Miller had the only Falls Creek hits. Losing pitcher Steve Kruk had nine strikeouts. Penfield did all.the damage in .the. .first..inning as they moved into third place in the Southern Division with a 9-9 record. Falls Creek is now 98. -0- Reynoldsville 11, Sabula 5 Sabula fell behind Penfield into fourth place by losing to Reynoldsville. Sabula scored two runs in the first and led until the fourth when Reynoldsville sent 15 men to the plate and scored ten runs. The inning was highlighted by five walks, two singles, a double and back to back home runs by Harry Kunselman and Dick Radzavich. Radzavich had a single to go with his home runs, while Rick Battaglia had two singles. Kunselman, Rad- zavich, and Mike Slimmer all had two rbi's with Slimmer getting his on the fourth inning double. Randy Hagen had three singles, Chuck Nelson had two singles and losing pitcher Dale Hollobaugh had a double and a single for three rbi's. Bob Adams went the distance to get the win. Reynoldsville is now at an even 9-9 while Sabula is 9-10. AB Snedden Ib Fossler ss,p Nelson 3b Hagen 2b, p,ss Murray ph Hollobaugh p, 2b Serafini cf G. Swope c Bundy rf Kilmer If S. Swope If Totals REYNOLDSVILLE AB Foltz If Adams p Kunselman ss Radzavich c Slimmer Ib Battaglia 2b Gelles 3b Klender rf Jones rf Walls rf Bussard cf R H Bl 3000 4100 4120 3230 1000 3023 3110 3000 3012 2000 1000 30 5 9 5 11 R H Bl 5200 4011 3212 4122 3112 3 2 20 3100 2101 1000 0000 2101 Totals Reynoldsville Sabula 30 11 7 9 000 1000 1-11 200 210 0- 5 Errors-Sabu'la 2, Reynoldsville 0. Two-base hits-Hollobaugh, Slimmer. Home Runs- Kunselman, Radzavich. Struck out by-Hollobaugh 5, Hagen 1, Fossler 2, Adams 4. Base on balls off-Hollobaugh 6, Hagen 0, Fossler 1, Adams 1. Innings pitched by- Hollobaugh 3 2-3, Hagen 1, Fossler 3, Adams 7. Winning pitcher- Adams (2-4), Losing pitcher- Hollobaugh (3-7). Tinnick Ib Zbieg rf L. Smiley c Steelerf Gregori ss B. Smiley H Miller 2t> Fordoskl 3b Sperling ph KruV. p 3010 2000 2000 1000 3000 2010 3010 2000 1 0 0 0 3000 'Totals 22030 PEN FIELDS AB R H Bl Hudsick cf Levenduski Ib Llewellyn c Feibor p volpe 3D ICnoff If Caruso rf Chiappelliss Goldinger 2b Totals Penfield Falls Creek 4120 i 1 1 0 2030 3000 3012 3000 2000 3000 3010 27 2 6 2 200 000 0-2 000 000 0-0 Errors-Falls Creek 2, Peniiela 0 Two-Base hits, Volpe, Hudsick. Double plays-Penfield 1. Struck out by-Feidor 10, Kruk t. Base on balls off-Feidor 6, Kruk 1. Innings pitched by-Feidor 7, Kruk 7. Winning Pitcher-F eidor (2-4). Losing pitcher-Kruk (1-5). KRAMER B AB R H Bl Bernbenic c McKee, ss. 3b. Ib E. Felix 3b Varacallo2b T. Felix Ib, 3b Poy cf Lottp Monaco 2b Yamrick ss Butkewich rf Weber If 'Totals 3210 3211 2124 1000 4121 3011 3110 2000 1010 3111 3010 28 B iie Brubakers Cop Two Features In Racing BEECHWOODS1 AB R H Bl R. Shaffer 3b,ss 4020 S. Shaffer p,3b 4020 Murphy If.cf 2000 Taylor c 3000 Pisarchick 2b,rf, p 3120 Lyons Ib 3 0 21 Espositoss, 2b, p 1000 Snyder cf.p, rf 3010 Becker rf.lf 3000 Totals Beechwoods Kramer 26 1 9 1 000 001 0-1 340 010 x-8 The brother-sister quarter- midget racing team of Barb and Bob Brubaker of Brockway teamed up Sunday night to take two of three feature races. Barb Brubaker won the novice class feature after taking in the semi during prelims. Bob Brubaker nipped Tim Kline of McClure at the wire to take the Class A feature. In faci, Kline, the Gateway Quarter-Midget Racing Association's winningest driver was unable to cop a feature on the asphalt track in the fairgrounds off Hoover Ave. here. In Class B action, it was Reynoldsville's Sue Dennison taking the feature, making a clean sweep in that division. Gloomy weather prevailed for the races, but failed to dampen the spirits of the crowd and racers. Some cars had motor problems, but races went through the agenda fairly well. Steve Campbell of Riverside made his debut this season, taking third spots in the novice heat and semi. Missing from Sunday night's line up was Dale Groves of DuBois. Racing continues this Sunday night at 7:30. Admission is free. RESULTS: Class A heat—Tim Kline, McClure; Sue Dennison, Reynoldsville; Bob Brubaker, Brockway. Semi-Kline, Dennison, Brubaker. Feature-Brubaker, Kline, Dennison. Class B heat—Dennison, Kline. Dave Brown, DuBois. Semi Dennison. Larry Sutler. Reynoldsville; Brown. Feature—Dennison, Kline. Brown, Sutler. Novice heat—Richard Kerstetier, DuBois; Barb Brubaker. Brockway; Steve Campbell. Riverside; Jim Aughenbaugh, DuBois; Jim Brown. DuBois. Semi Urubaker, Dave Bowers. Campbell, Aughenbaugh, Brown. Kerstetter. Feature Brubaker, Kerstetter. Brown, Aughenbaugh. Errors Kramer 1, Beechwoods 2. Two base hits-E. Felix, Poy, Lyons. Double plays Kramer 3, Beechwoods 2. Struck out by Lott 1. S Shaffer 0, Snyder 1, Esposito 1, Pisarchick 1. Base on balls off Lott -2. S. Shaffer 1. Snyder 1, Esposito 0, Pisarchick 1. Innings pitched by Lot! 7, S. Shaffer 0, Snyder 1 2 3, Esposito 3, Pisar chick 1 13. Winning pitcher-Lott (2 0), Losing pitcher-S. Shaffer (0 2). HORMTOWN I AB R H Bl Crawford ss 2110 S Raybuck 2b 3011 Buna/ if Kearney cf Cherry rf Foradori rl Moore Ib M Smith 3b Huddock p S Smith c H. Ra/buck 20 3000 2000 3010 0000 3000 3010 3000 1000 1000 Totals 24 1 4 1 TROUTVILLE 5 AB R H Bl Sackssh c T H.liiaro cf Sriepier p B Hilliaro <l Brelh 3b Myth rl Hartzfeld ss Petnllo IB Pullman 2b 3100 4020 4120 4101 3000 3000 4021 3111 3111 Totals Troutville Hormtown 31 5 8 4 112 100 05 001 000 01 Errors Troutville 1, Hormtown 7 Two base hits-Shepler. Struck out by Shepler 4, Hu0ock 10- Base on bails off Shepler 3, Hudock 3. Innings pitched by Shepler 7, Hudock 7. Winning pitcher Shepler (65), Losing pitcher- Hudock (SI). Joe Mattivi, struck out 8 and walked 3 during his stint on the mound. Collection at the Toby Field close to fifty dollars, with every thing running close to perfection. Brookville now faces DuBois in another District 10 playoff 'game to be played at the Brookville Little League field on Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. -0- by JOHN KLEES CE Sports Editor REYNOLDSVILLE- Reynoldsville Little League all stars were eliminated from the District 10 playoffs last night, losing to Ridgway 23-5 in a game played at One River's Stadium in Reynoldsville. Reynoldsville threw four pitchers into the battle and were unable to stop the free swinging Ridgway club. Ridgway pounded out 15 base hits, three for extra bases, also also received the benefit of 14 walks. Alex Marone started and went just one-third inning, Tom Doan came in for 4 innings, Mike Kelly 1 and Bill Scott two-thirds but they never could stop Ridgway. Bob Porter went the route for Ridgway and after a slow start, giving up 5 runs in the first two innings, threw blanks at Reynoldsville over the last four. In the last four Miller didn't give up a base hit. Chris Allegretto led the Ridgway attack with 4 hits which included a double and home run which were good for 5 rbis. The homer came in the fifth inning with one runner on base. Doug Prechtl had a triple for Ridgway and picked up 3 rbis. Gary Doyle and Scott Pontious both had 2 rbis. Bill Scott had a single and picked up two rbis as did Keith Mohney, coming on a first inning base hit. Ridgway scored 8 runs in the first and closed out the scoring with 8 runs in the sixth inning. They also had a big Fifth inning, scoring 5 runs. In the first Ridgway sent 14 batters to the plate, picking up 8 base hits plus 3 walks. Doan came in to strikeout the first two batters he faced in the inning to end the scoring. In the 6th 12 hitters went to the plate and 8 runs scored on just 4 hits. Ridgway returns to action on Wednesday when they host Emporium LL all stars in 6 p.m. contest. -0- PUNXSUTAWNEY—A strong pitching performance by Sam Levy and a couple home runs in the top of the fourth led Punxsutawney LL stars to a 5-4 victory over Brockway Little League. The win moves Punxsutawney into a meeting with Smethport at Chuckvillo on Wednesday. Levy struckout 10 in gaining the victory while,loff McKay suffered the tough loss for Brockway. Punxsutawney took 5-2 lead in the top of the third when Tom Weaver led off with a single and scored on home run by John Burko. McKay got the next butter on strikes but Ken Felgur hit one out of the park to mako it a 3 run inning and 5-2 Punxsutawney lead. Brockway came back to score twice in the lower fourth. With one out Billy Joo Yale walked and McKay singled. Tom Pisarchick walked to load the. basos. Mark Gess reached first on error with run scoring and McKay scored on wild pitch. Levy settled down and out the side out then pitched scoreless ball over the last two frames. Punxsutawney scored 2 in the third but Brockway tied it up when Gess singled and Paul Bruno hit home run, Weaver and Felgar both had two hits for Punxsutawney. Except for the home run by Bruno, other hits for Brockway were all singles. In other District 10 first round action, Bradford defeated McKean 6-1 as Kirk Bator struckout 10 in pitching a strong 4 hitter. In other northern tier games, Brookville defeated Fox Township 4-3, Punxsutawney 5-4 over Brockway and Ridgway 23-5 over Reynoldsville. The stories of these three games are carried on today's sport pages. " In the southern tier just one game was played, Suburan of State College defeated Clearfield 3-2. C. J. Sichler struckout 10 and issued no walks in gaining credit for the victory. Troy Turner of Clearfield hit two home runs in the loss. He is the son of Neil Turner, Clearfield high wrestling coach. Chris Farris hit a home run in the top of the 6th for the win. -0- Wednesday's schedule- Emporium at Ridgway, DuBois at Brookville, Smethport at Punxsutawney and Bradford at Kane. In the southern tier, Moshannon Valley at Curwensville, Mountain Top at Suburan. Two rainouts occured on Monday, Lewistown at Philipsburg and Bellefonte at Four Leaf. Both of these games will be played this evening. REYNOLDSVILLE l^LSTA RS 5 ( Zimmerman3b ) 2 0 0 VanDevort3b 1 0 0 0 Maronep.ss 2 ? S X Doanss.p.lf 2 0 0 Dickey rf 11?? Scott lb,p 2 i i ? McMillianc 3 0 0 1 Mohney cf , S n n Kelly If, P ? ° ° ° Stiles Ib 1 2 ? S Drayer2b 2 0 1 0 Calhcartph 21 5 3 5 B.Prechtl2b D. Prechtl 3b Doyle If Brazinskilf T.Kucenskic Caccianoph D. Allegretto c C. Allegrettoss D. Kucenski Ib Cappiellocf Vigilonecf Porter p Miller rf Pontious rf Totals Ridgway Reynoldsville 2 4 1 0 ,-.,,. i 6 3 1 J' 2 2 010 2 34 23 15 17 810 '58 23 410 000 5 Errors-Reynoldsville 3, Ridgway 1, Two-Base hits-C. Allegretto, three-base hits- p. Prechtl, Home runs-C. Allegretto. Struck out by-Porter 5, Marone 1, Doan 4, Kelly 0, Scott 0, base on balls off-Porter 7, Marone 2, Doan 8, Kelly 2, Scott 2, Innings Pitched by-Porter 6, Marone one-third, Doan 4, Kelly 1, Scott two-thirds. Winning pitcher-Porter, Losing pitcher-Marone, Umpires: Plate- Foltz. Bases-Meals, Rokoski, Vizza. Time of Game-2 hrs. — O— BROCKWAY LL STARS 4 AB R H Gess3b Bruno 2b Pasi Ib Raybucklf Kraussc McFaddenrf Yalecf McKayp Pisarchick ss Genevroph Totals 4 2 3 2 3 3 ' 3 1 1 23 Bl 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 PUNXSUTAWNEY LLSTARS5 Spates rf Barilar cf Levy p Toven If Kerr ss Weaver 2b Burko c Scott Ib Felgar 3b Helrlck ph Monocly Ib Totals P u UK s u 1 ii w n o y Brockway Grrors.Urockwoy' 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 0 0 25 2, 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 4 002 300 5 OOJ 200 4 P U n X • , Pulgar, Uruno, Struck out by Luvy 11, McKtiy !), l)fl»u on balls oll.Luvy 4, McKrty I, Innings pllchod Dy.Lovy 6, McKay 5, Winning I'llcller Liwy, Losing Pllchor McKny. 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