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THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1989 5C . Florida State League AL Boxes Brewers 11, Tigers 1 M ets, Expos split By JIM BARAN Palm Beach Post Staff Writer : : PORT ST. LUCIE - West Palm Beach's Doug Kline pitched a four-bit Shutout for a 1-0 victory in the first game but St. Lucie's Terry Bross retired 10 of the 11 Expos he faced to win the second game 4-3 as " the Mets split a doubleheader with the Expos Thursday at the St. Lucie County Sports Complex., ' In the first game, theExpos (15-19) got three of their five hits off Terry Griffin in the top of the" seventh to score the only run of the game. James Faulk singled and stole second to lead off and Trevor Penn singled him home one out later. Kline (8-3), one of the Expos' All-Star representatives, won despite three West Palm Beach errors and allowed four hits through seven innings. "They hit some balls hard when I got it up," Kline said. "I think he (Griffin) made more mistakes than I did." For the Mets (20-14) Griffin, one mistake to Penn was all that mattered. .. '"I wanted it down and away but I got it up and he hit it," Griffin said. "It was a split-finger fastball and if I had to do it again I'd throw the same thing. That's how we've been getting him (Penn) out." , ' In the second game both teams were hitting, but once the batters became base runners, it seemed they forgot what they were supposed to do next. " The Expos' mistakes proved to be the most costly. Bret Barberie walked to lead off the game against Scott Diez. Jose Alou followed with a double and Faulk singled to score Barberie, but Alou was caught between third and home and was tagged out. ;Tony Diaz tied the game in the bottom of the first with an RBI single. , In the second inning, the Mets scored again to take a 2-1 lead, but "base-running from hell," said St. Lucie manager Clint Hurdle, prevented further scoring. Gil Roca led off with a triple and scored one out later on Rudy Hernandez's single. Alex Diaz singled and Hernandez went to third. When the throw from leftfielder Faulk came to home plate, Alex Diaz tried to take second. Expos catcher Bert Echemendia threw him put and Hernandez was then cut down trying to score from third.. In the fourth, West Palm Beach rallied again. After Tyrone King-wood and Trevor Penn singled, the Expos had runners on second and third with no outs. Kingwood scored on Bryn Kosco's sacrifice fly but Penn was caught between second and third and tagged out. Later in the inning Barberie doubled to score Echemendia, who had singled and the Expos took a 3-2 lead and Scott Diez was relieved by Bross. - - Bross did not allow the Expos to make any more base-running mistakes. - "I felt strong. I had good command of my pitches tonight," he said. "My control is back and I got some breaking pitches for strikes, but my velocity isn't back where it should be yet." Tony Diaz led off the bottom of the fourth with his seventh home run to tie the game for the Mets. . Terry McDaniel walked, stole second and moved to third on Eche-mendia's throwing error, and scored the winning run on Roca's triple. WPB 1, St. Lucie 0 DCTROIT T. Jones rf Trammel) ss Smatroc Wmtaker2b Schu 3b Morelanddh Lynn If Bergman lb G Warder Strange 3b Heath c Brumtey 2b Total WEST PAIM BEACH ao Barberie 2b Santangelo ss Faulk it Kosco2b Penn lb Kingwood cf Duike c Smith dh ' Alou rf Total! FIRST GAME ST. LUCIE h M I 0 McDaniel rf 0 0 Roche If 1 ORoseborocf 0 0 Jimenez lb 1 1 T. Diaz dh 0 OZInterc 1 0 A. Diaz ss 0 0 Delll Carrl 3b 1 0 Hernandez 2b S 1 Totals WPB ST. Lucie E Penn, Kosco. Barberie. DP West Palm Beach 2, S. LucleO. LOB West Palm Beach 4, St. Lucie 4. 2B Roche. SB Roseboro (40), Delll Carrl (1), Feulk (19). S Santangelo. West Palm Beach Kline W.8-3 St Lucie Griffin L6-8 . wPline. T 1:36. St. Lucie 4, WPB 3 WEST PALM BEACH Barberie 2b Alourf- ' Faulk If Dukedh Kingwood cf Penn lb " Kosco 3b Echemendia c Santangelo ss Totals SECOND OAME ST. LUCIE M 1 I A. Diaz ss I 0 Roche cf 1 1 Jimenez lb 0 OZInterdh 1 0 T.Diaz If 1 0 McDaniel rf 0 1 Roca c 2 0 Delll Carrl 3b 1 0 Hernandez 2b S S Totals WPB Stud 3 7 4 3 0 0 CInnela L.4-7 De Young St. Lhcm Diez 3 7 3 3 Bross W.7-2 I 0 0 Clnnella faced three batters in the fourth. T-A 1,246. ab r h M 4 0 2 0 3 110 OOOO 2 0 0 1 10 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 33 H I MILWAUKEE I Molitordh Gantner2b Deerrt Francona rf Yount cf Fewer cf Braggs If Brock lb Meyer lb Podor3b C O. Bnenc Engle c Spiers ss Totals 37 lb r h M 4 2 2 1 4 2 3 1 4 2 2 4 10 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 12 3 2 11 10 0 0 4 0 10 4 10 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 0 11 IS 11 Detroit Milwaukee 100 000 210 006 000 1 111 11 E Polidor. DP Detroit 1, Milwaukee 2. LOB Detroit 9. Milwaukee 7. 2B Deer, Molnor. 3B Tram-mell. HR Deer (25). Brock (7). SB Spiers (5). (iantner (lb), Moiitor (l 7). si wnitaker. Detroit Gibson L.2-5 Hudson Milwaukee Navarro W, 2-3 Fossas Cnm Knudson ER BB SO Umpires Home. Palermo; First, Denkinger; Second, Tschida; Third, Memll. T 2:34. A 30.451. Twins 10, Orioles 6 BALTIMORE B. Anderson cf P. Bradley If S. Finley rf Devereaux rf C. Ripken ss Tettleton c Traber lb Milligan lb Sheets dh Worthington 3b B. Ripken 2b Orsuiak ph tl M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 000 1 1 ooo ooo o o IP H R ER BB SO 7 4 0 0 0 4 h M 100 200 0 3 110 200 X 4 E Hernandez, Echemendia. DP St. Lucie 2, West Palm Beach I . LOB West Palm Beach 6, St. Lucie 3. 2B Akxi. 3B Roca. HR T. Diaz (7). SB Kingwood (13), Penn (22), McDaniel (34). SF Kosco. S H R ER BB SO 2 1 t 4 4 0 0 2 -1:49. r h M 0 0 0 1 I 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 36 6 6 MINNESOTA Bush If Moses If Baker ss Puckett cf Hrbek lb Laudner lb Gaetti3b Rodriguez 3b Dwyer dh C. Castillo dh Larkin rf Harper c Newman 2b Gagne ss Totals ab r h M 3 2 10 10 10 2 3 0 1 5 13 2 3 0 13 10 0 0 3 0 11 10 0 0 3 110 2 0 0 0 4 110 4 2 2 i 2 0 0 0 10 0 1 35 10 11 Baltimore Minnesota 000 000 204 6 202 004 20 10 E S. Finley, Traber. DP Baltimore 1. LOB Baltimore 7, Minnesota 8. 2B Hrbek, Dwyer. HR Worthington (8), Devereaux (5). SB Newman (16). Puckett (7). Baltimore Hamisch L.l-4 Thurmond Holton Minnesota R. Smith W.6-4 Wayne St. Claire H R ER BB SO 5 lVi 6 1 1 HBP Baker by Hamisch 2. Umpires Home, Cousins; First, Voltaggio; Second, Kosc; Third, Hirschbeck. . T 2:50. A 27,642. Red Sox 7, Royals 2 KANSAS CITY Wilson cf Seltzer 3b Brett lb Tabterdh Winters rf Boone c F. White 2b Pecota ss Tartabull ph Wellman ss Buckner ph Palacios ss Thurman If de ios Santos ph 1 Totals 31 r h M 0 1 2 0 0.0 0 I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 4 2 BOSTON Boggs3b Reed 2b Romlnecf Greenwell If Heep rf Kutcherrf Esasky lb Rice dh Romero pr Rivera ss Cerone c Totals ab r h bl 3 0 11 4 10 0 4 2 2 1 3 111 5 0 11 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 10 0 10 0 4 10 0 4 12 1 35 7 10 6 Kansas City Boston 000 002 201 Oil 0002 20n 7 E Winters, F. White. LOB Kansas City 9, Boston 10. 2B Wilson, Romine. HR Romine (1). SB Wil son (16), Thurman (8). Kansas City Gordon L,l 1-4 Fan T. Leach Boston Dopson W.9-5 Murphy L Smith 5Vs 1 5 2 2 H 8 ' 2 0 3 1 0 ER BB SO NL Boxes Dopson pitched to 3 batters in the 6th. WP Gordon, uopson. Umpires Home, Joyce; First, McKean; Second, Kaiser; Third, Young. T 2:43. A 34,223. Johnson not optimistic about obtaining Viola NEW YORK - New York Mets manager Davey Johnson said he would like to have Minnesota lefthander Frank Viola if the price isn't too high. Officially, the Mets said they had no comment about the talks for last year's American League Cy Young winner. Wednesday, both sides confirmed there had been talks. The trading deadline is Monday, so the negotiations must get serious soon. "It's very disruptive when these things are in the papers," Johnson said. "I feel we have enough to win, but anytime you're talking about a player like Viola; obviously we would like him. But I don't think there's much chance of us getting Viola." Wednesday, Twins General Manager Andy MacPhail said he had talked to the Mets about trading Viola but said a deal was not close. Viola (8-11, 3.64 ERA), who was born in New York and a standout at St. John's, has struggled this year. The Mets lost their third straight to Pittsburgh Thursday, falling five games behind Montreal in the National League East. They expect to be without right-hander Dwight Gooden for two or three more weeks. The Twins want pitching in exchange for Viola, and more than David West, Rick Aguilera and Kevin Tapani. In order to get Viola, the Mets might have to trade Ron Darling or Sid Fernandez. Pirates 10, Mets 8 PITTSBURGH Cangelost cf Bair p Landrum p Lind 2b King lb Bon.lla 3b Bonds If R Reynolds rf Ortiz c VanSlykecf Bell.ard ss G. Wilson ph Lavailtere c J. Robinson p Heaton p Little ph Kipper p Bellss Totals 3 ibrlM 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 10 4 110 4 2 0 0 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 2 0 10 3 0 10 0 10 1 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 13 ' 10 10 10 NEW YORK Samuel cf Aguilera p Magadan lb H. Johnson 30 Strawberry rf McReynolds If Jeffenes 2b Sasser c Elsterss Fernandez p Hernandez ph kims p Can eon ph West p Aase p Myers p M Wilson cf Totals ab t h M 4 110 0 0 0 0 4 10 0 2 2 10 5 0 10 5 2 10 3 2 0 1 4 0 12 5 0 3 3 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 36 8 9 6 Pittsburgh New York 500 000 004 022 50010 000 8 E Lind, Bonilla. Bell. DP New York 1. LOB Pittsburgh 7, New York 9. 2B Samuel. McReynolds, Elster. 3B Bell. HR R. Reynolds (5). SB H. Johnson 2 (25), Lind (10). S Sasser. SF Jeffenes. IP H R ER BB SO Pittsburgh J. Robinson 7'h 6 4 0 2 0 Heaton 2ft 3 2 2 2 1 Kipper W.3-3 1 0 2 0 11 Ban 1.0 0 0 01 Landrum S.15 2 0 0 0 0 0 New York Fernandez 3 6 5 5 3 0 Innis 2 0 0 0 10 West IVi I 3 3 1 0 Aase L. 13 0 0 111 0 Myers 1 1 I 1 1 Aguilera 2 2 0 0 0 3 Aase pitched to I batter in the 7th. HBP Jeffenes by Heaton. Umpires Home. Kibler; First. Layne: Second, Davis; Third, Gregg. T 3:10. A 39,447. Dodgers 7, Astros 5 LOS ANGELES HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Gonzalez 3b 5 0 1 0 Puhl rf 5 0 0 0 Randolph 2b 3 111 Biggio c 3 111 Daniels if 4 0 0 0 Doran 2b 4 0 0 0 Marshall rf 4 13 1 G.Davis lb 4 12 0 M. Hatcher lb 4 I 2 0 C. Reynolds lb 0 0 0 0 Bean pr 0 10 0 Cammiti 3b 3 12 0 J. Howell p 0 0 0 0 Ramirez ss - 4 0 0 0 Hamilton 3b 3 1 1 1 B. Hatcher If 4 2 2 2 Dempseyc 3 0 0 1 Young cf 4 0 2 1 Scioscia c 10 0 0 Deshaies p 3 0 0 0 Anderson ss 3 0 0 0 Andersen p 0 0 0 0 Murray 3b ,1113 Agosto p 0 0 0 0 R. Martinez p 1 0 I 0 Da. Smith p 0 0 0 0 Griffin ph 1 0 0 0 G. Gross ph 10 0 0 A. Pena p 0 0 0 0 L. Hams ph 0 10 0 Morgan p 0 0 0 0 Stubbs lb 10 0 0 Totals 34 7 10 7 Totals 35 S 9 4 Los Angeles 100 000 2137 Houston 031 100 000 S i",- I- r ' - j , "... - ii f y f a". ' 4 t E Dempsev. DP Houston 2. LOB Los Angeles 3. Houston 5. 2B Marshall, G. Davis 2, Cammiti. HR Biggio (6), Munay (10). SB B. Hatcher 2 (21). SF Hamilton. E.A. KENNEDY IllStaff Photographer Mark Ashley is congratulated by teammates Thursday after he scored Palm Beach's first run in 8-1 rout of Pompano, which tied the series at 1 -1 . Ashley tripled and scored on a fielder's choice. Palm Beach extends series with 8-1 defeat of Pompano Los Angeles R. Martinez a: Pena Morgan W.7-11 J. Howell S.20 Houston Deshaies Andersen 1,2-3 Agosto Da. smith IP R ER BB SO V4 Deshaies pitched to 2 batters in the 6th, Andersen pitched to 2 batters in the 9th. HBP Cammiti by R. Martinez. PB Dempsey. Umpires Home, Bonin: First. Harvey; Second, Pulll; 1 Third, Davidson. T 3:00. A 30,466. Reds 6, Padres 1 SAN DIEGO T. Gwynn rf R. Alomar 2b Ja. Clark lb Roberts ss James If Wynne cf C. Martinez ph Pagliarulo 3b Salazar ss Parent c G W. Hams p Clements p Flannery ph Toliver p Totals ab r h bl 4 0 2 0 4 0 10 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 1 8 1 CINCINNATI Duncan ss Winningham cf Griffey If Snider If Benzinger lb Roomes rf Madison 3b Richardson 3b Reed c Oliver c Oester 2b Leary p Charlton p Totals 31 r h bl 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 I 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 6 San Diego Cincinnati 000 010 0001 020 003 lOx 6 DP San Diego 1 , Cincinnati 1 . LOB San Diego 6, Cincinnati 7. 2B Madison. HR Roomes (6), Salazar (6). SB T. Gwynn (30), R. Alomar (25), Roomes (5), Griffey (2). r n n eh an au San Diego G.W. Hams L.3-6 Clements Toliver Cincinnati Leary W.7-8 Chanton 5 2 8 8 110 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 Umoires Home, Rehliford; First, DeMuth; Second, Hirschbeck: Third. Tata. T 2:42. A 18.072. Braves 10, Giants 1 SAN FRANCISCO ab D. Nixon cf Litton 2b W. Clark lb Oberkfell 2b Mitchell If Kennedy lb Maldonado rf Brantley p Gossage p D. Robinson ph T. Wilson p Ma. Williams 3b Manwanng c Unbe ss Hammaker p Shendan rf Totals r h bl 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 ooo 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 ATLANTA 0. McDowell cf Blauser 2b L. Smith If Da. Murphy rf Thomas ss Evans lb J. Davis c Whited 3b Glavine p Berroa ph Assenmacher p r h M 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 2 2 2 6 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 10 2 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 By IAN CARTER GADDIS Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH - One ugly inning gave Palm Beach Post 12 new life Thursday in the American Legion Southeast Area Series, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Post 12 scored six runs (four unearned) in the eighth inning to break open a close game and defeat Pompano Beach Post 142 8-1, forcing a third game in the best-of-three series tonight at 7 at Pompano Beach Municipal Stadium. The winner of tonight's game advances to the state tournament Aug. 4-7 at Boardwalk and Baseball. Post 12's offensive increase was in marked contrast to when it lost 11-2 in Wednesday's series opener at Pompano. "(The players') approach was very good tonight," Palm Beach manager Craig Gero said. "Everyone came out very intense. We're going to have to do that .tomorrow night." It was apparent from the outset Thursday that Pompano Beach would not repeat the 16-hit romp of Wednesday night. Palm Beach starting pitcher Sam DiMartino retired the side in order in the first inning, striking out shortstop Happy Durkin and center fielder Chad Mottola, who were a combined 7-for-9 with seven runs scored 32 10 11 10 San Francisco Atlanta 100 000 000 1 000 00(10) 00 10 E Thomas 2. DP San Francisco 3, Atlanta 1. LOB San Francisco 8. Atlanta 4. 2B Mitchell, Thomas. HR Litton (3), Da. Murphy 2(11), J. Davis (3). IP H San Francisco Hammaker L.6-6 5 5 Brantley 4 Gossage 1 V 2 T. Wilson 1 0 Atlanta Glavine W.9-6 8 6 Assenmacher 1 0 ER BB SO League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Through Thursday's game Based on laa at nats. 0 AB R H Pet. Puckett, Mln 98 390 49 133 .341 Boggs, Bsn 91 356 58 1 17 .329 Lansford, Oak 90 321 44 105 .327 Sierra, Tex 99 397 65 129 .325 Franco, Tex 99 371 57 119 .321 Sax, NY 98 405 56 130 .321 Balnes.Chl 94 323 54 103 .319 Yount, Mil 98 383 56 121 .316 Stelnbach, Oak 83 297 21 93 .313 Browne. Cle 93 370 48 114 .308 Greenwell. Bsn 94 383 60 118 .308 NATIONAL LEAGUE Through Thursday's games Based on 288 at Bats. Q AB Horn Runs McGriff, Toronto, 26; Deer. Milwaukee, 24; B. Jackson, Kansas City, 22; Tettleton, Baltimore, 21; Carter, Cleveland, 20; Whltaker. Detroit, 20. RBI Franco, Texas, 73; Sierra, Texas. 71; Carter, Cleveland, 69: McGriff, Toronto, 66: Yount, Milwaukee, 65. Runs R. Henderson, Oakland, 73; Sierra, Texas, 65; McGrtff, Toronto, 63; P. O'Brien, Cleveland. 62; Tettleton, Baltimore. 62. Hits Puckett, Minnesota, 133: Sax, New York, 130; Sierra, Texas, 129: Yount, Milwaukee, 121; Franco, Texas, 119; Gallagher, Chicago, 119. Doubles Puckett, Minnesota, 32; Boggs, Boston, 31; Sierra, Texas, 29; Reed, Boston, 26; Bell, Toronto, 23; Carter, Cleveland, 23. Triples P. Bradley, Baltimore, 10; Sierra, Texas, 10; D. White, California, 9; Boggs. Boston, 7; Calderon, Chicago, 6: Reynolds, Seattle, 6. Stolen Bases R. Henderson, Oakland, 41; Espy, Texas, 30; Sax, New York, 30; D. White, California, 28; Guillen, Chicago, 28. Pitching (9 decisions) Blyleven, California, 10-2, .833, 2.32; Swindell, Cleveland, 13-3, .813, 2.69; Gordon, Kansas City, 11-3, .786, 2.83; Moore, Oakland, 13-5, .722, 2.26; Bank-head, Seattle, 10-4, .714, 3.03. Strikeouts Ryan, Texas, 180; Clemens, Boston, 143; Viola, Minnesota, 137; C. FinleyT California, 1 17; Bosk), Milwaukee, 1 15; Moore, Oakland, 115. Saves Plesac, Milwaukee, 24; D. Jones, Cleveland, 23; Russell, Texas, 21; Thigpen, Chicago, 21; Scffcoler, Seattle, 20. Larkin. Cin T. Gwynn, SD W. Clark, SF Grace, Chi Raines, Mon Guerrero, StL Oquendo, StL H. Johnson, NY Mitchell ,SF M. Thompson, StL O'Neill, Cin 0. Smith, StL R H 82 315 45 107 101 393 58 133 101 369 66 122 83 292 86 296 98 341 97 341 37 95 52 90 36 102 39 102 92 342 68 102 96 341 67 100 Pet. .340 .338 .331 .325 .304 .299 .299 .298 .293 .287 .287 .287 89 303 39 87 91 334 39 96 91 348 47 100 Home Runs Mitchell. San Francisco. 33; H. Johnson. New York, 25; Strawberry, New York, 22: G. Davis, Houston, 21; E. Davis, Cincinnati, 18. RBI Mitchell, San Francisco, 88: W. Clark, San Francisco, 72; Guerrero, St. Louis, 63; H. Johnson, New York, 62; O'Neill, Cincinnati, 62. Runs H. Johnson, New York, 68: Mitchell, San Francisco, 67; R. Thompson, San Francisco, 66; W. Clark, San Francisco, 66; Bonds, Pittsburgh. 61. Hits T. Gwynn, San Diego, 133; W. Clark, San Francisco, 122: Larkin, Cincinnati, 107; R. Alomar, San Diego, 106; Butler, San Francisco, 104; Wal-lach. Montreal, 104. Doubles Guerrero, St. Louis, 29; Wallach, Montreal, 29; H. Johnson, New York, 28; Hamilton, Los Angeles, 25; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 23; Murray, Los Angeles, 23; W. Clark, San Francisco, 23. Triples R. Thompson, San Francisco, 9; Roberts, San Diego. 7; Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 7; Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 6; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 6; Unbe. San Francisco, 6. Stolen Bases Coleman, St. Louis, 44; Young, Houston, 33; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 29; 0. Nixon, Montreal, 28: Dykstra, Philadelphia, 25. Pitching (9 decisions) De. Martinez, Montreal. 11-1, .917, 3.23: Darwin, Houston, 10-2, .833, 2.26; Reuschel, San Francisco, 13-4, .765. 2.28: Scott, Houston, 16-5, .762, 2.44; B. Smith, Montreal, 9-3, .750, 2.03. Strikeouts Smoltz, Atlanta, 128; DeLeon, StLouis, 127; Belcher, Los Angeles, 126; Hurst, San Olego, 1 19: Scott, Houston, 1 16. Saves Ma. Davis. San Diego. 25; Ml. Williams, Chicago, 25; Franco, Cincinnati, 23; Burke, Montreal, 21; Da. Smith, Houston, 21. American Legion Wednesday night. DiMartino (9-2) gave up one run on five hits and struck out seven in nine innings. "We got another good game out of Sammy. He's been giving us those kinds of games all season," Gero said. "He's got a lot inside him. When he showed up at the park tonight he said, 'I'm not going to give them anything.' " Palm Beach led 2-1 in the middle of the eighth, and losing pitcher Tom Foley of Palm Beach Community College had allowed only two hits up to that point. Four hits, three errors and six runs later, Palm Beach led 8-1. The key hit in the eighth was third baseman Danon Winter's bases-loaded double that gave Palm Beach a 6-1 lead. Winter scored on a double by shortstop Jimmy Davis, and Davis scored on an overthrow of third on an attempted steal. "It was obvious what happened. We didn't play our usual good game tonight and we lost," Post 142 manager Harry Durkin said. "A couple of bad innings and that's the ball-game." Palm Beach took a 1-0 lead in the fourth on a triple by first baseman Mark Ashley and a fielder's choice by catcher Kevin Lewis. Post 142 tied it at 1-1 in the sixth on singles by Durkin and Mottola and a sacrifice fly by sec- ' ond baseman Jim Hopler. Two Post 142 errors allowed Palm Beach to come back in the sixth with an unearned run that ; made it 2-1. .- Ashley reached base when first baseman Mike Alfieri dropped a ; throw. After Ashley stole second, ; left fielder Andy Lewis walked with two outs. DiMartino popped up, but Hopler misplayed the ball, allowing Ashley to score. Palm Beach will start PBCC pitcher Eddie Gaillard (4-2) tonight, and Pompano will start Dave Knierin of Cooper City High School. Palm Beach got only four hits Wednesday and six Thursday, with four of Thursday's hits coming in ! one inning. "You give their pitcher some credit, and we hit some balls right on the nose that, if they find eyes, we've got hits," Gero said. "But we kept battling them." With the series tied 1-1, a possible shift in momentum in Post 12's favor doesn't bother Durkin. ; , " 'Over' is a four-letter word that we don't use," Durkin said. "0-V-E-R. No way is it over." - Pompano Beach OOO 001 000 1 8 6 Palm Beach 000 101 06 8 8 1 Foley and Suarez; DiMartino and Lewis. W DiMartino (9-2). L Foley. 2B PB:Wmter, Davis. 3B-rPB: Ashley. , Fort Pierce season ends tonight Hammaker pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. BK Brantley. Umpires Home. Crawford; First, Williams; Second, McSherry; Third, West. T 2:44. A 10,471. Expos put Foley on DL, recall infielder MONTREAL - The Montreal Expos placed second baseman Tom Foley on the 15-day disabled list and called up infielder Junior No-boa from Indianapolis of the American Association. Special to The Palm Beach Post FORT PIERCE - Chucho will be awarded trophies tonight for both the victories title and singles championship as the Fort Pierce Jai Alai fronton closes for the season. Chucho won 264 games this season. He also won the singles championship with 43 victories in the 12th game of Fort Pierce's nightly performances, and the frontcourt doubles winner with 43. Stock, who finished second by one game in the singles champion- Local Corner ship, is the backcourt doubles winner with 28 wins in the 13th game. Fort Pierce Jai-Alai re-opens-Jan. 5. South Broward Wheelers to hold bicycle rally HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - South Broward Wheelers have announced plans to hold one of the largest bicycle rallies in the area Septem ber 10 at 7 a.m. with 1,000 riders expected to participate. The event is a 100-mile ride that will begin in Miramar, go through western Broward County, turn around in Boca Raton and return to Miramar. A 62-mile and a 25-mile event also will be offered. Applications will be available the first week of August at area bicycle shops or may be obtained u :4-: c T5 tir Tl i-v Dnu cnoo UY Willing O.JD.VV, r .KJ. IJUA Hollywood, Fla., 33083. For more information call (305) 921-0166. . Area athletes shine at Junior Olympics JUNIOR OLYMPICSfrom 1C national heptathlon title fell short. Mann scored 4,725 points and finished second, 61 points less than champion Rebecca Butt of Racine, Wis. Mann, a recent graduate of John I. Leonard and the 1989 state heptathlon champion, leaped 16-11 in the long jump, had a javelin throw of 124-10 and ran the 800 in 2:19.1. Des Matherson, a Glades Central graduate, finished fourth overall with 4,488 points. T.J. Redmon and Reggie Williams, both from Palm Beach Lakes, finished second and third, respectively, in the Intermediate Boys (15-16) decathlon competition. Redmon scored 5,765 points and Williams had 5,656 both personal-best totals. John Chacko of East Brunswick, N.J. won the competition with 5,977 points. "They did great," Track Florida coach Dick Melear said of Redmon and Williams. "That was their first (Junior Olympics). I'm real proud of them. And they got decent scores. They're not shabby scores at all." "We tried to bring a 1-2 finish back home to Florida, but we fell a little short," Redmon said. "That's just the way the cookie crumbles." Phyllis Jackson of Riviera Beach, who had to scramble at the last minute to raise enough money to make the trip to Spokane, finished 12th 'overall in the Youth Girls (13-14) pentathlon. Track Florida's Wayne Clements of Flagler-Palm Coast High School in Bunnell, won the Young Men's decathlon with 6,628 points. The track and field competition of the Junior Olympics begins today at Spokane Falls Community College. HEPTATHLON RESULTS Young Women's (17-18) 1. Rebecca Butt (Racine, Wis ) 4,786 points: 2. Kim Mann (Qreenacres City) 4.72S; 3. Kalleen Madden (Yoakum. Tetas) 4.564; 4. Des Matherson (Belle Olade) 4,488. Kim Mann: 100-meter hurdles 15 4; shot put 30-8; 200 meters 26.31; high jump 4-11; long jump 16-II: javelin 124-10; 800 meters 2:19.1; Des Matherson: 100 hurdles 15.6; shot put 26 3; 200 meters 26.22; high Jump 5-1; long jump 17-4; javelin 94-4; 800 2:23.1. Intermediate Girls (15-16) 1. Kim Williams (West Palm Beach) 4,180 points; 2. Kelsey Stellck (Bellevue. Wash.) 4.072: 3. Amelia Holmes (Topeka, Kan.) 4,070; 4. Lort Staples (Japa, Md.) 3,881; 5. Debra Dean (Amanita, Texas) 3,858. Kim Williams: 100-meter hurdles 15.04; shot nut 29-7; 200 meters 26.21; high jump 4-4; long jump 17-3: Javelin 91-2: 800 meters 2:36.82. DECATHLON RESULTS Young Men's (17-18) 1. Wayne Clements (Track Florida) 6.628 points. Intermediate Boys (15-16) 1 . John Chacko (East Brunswick, N.J.) 5,977 points; 2. T.J. Redmon (West Palm Beach) 5.765; 3. Reggie Williams (West Palm Beach) 5.656; 4. Young (Portland, Ore.) 5.585: 5. Tom Steir (Peat, Neb.) 5.487. T.J. Redmon: 100 meters 12.16; shot put 39-7; high Jump 5-7; long jump 20-1 1 H; 400 meters 54.8; 1 10 hurdles 15.98; discus 120-1; pole vault 11-0: javelin 107-11; 1,500 meters 4 52 07: Reggie Williams: 100 meters 1 1.69; shot put 34-4; high jump 5-3; long Jump 20-1; 400 meters 51.0; 110 hurdles 16.01; discus 107-7; pole vault 10-6; javelin 111-1; 1,500 meters 455.74. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT LIVE D.J. FOR YOUR PLEASURE LIVE TOPLESS GIRLS The Most Exotic & Liveliest Entertainment in Town DANCERS NEEDED CALL CHER 737-3886 11 AM Jo 2 AM Daily. 2022 No LOUNGE TOPLESS -V I 7 I Federal, oynton Beach

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