Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 10, 2004 · Page 7
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 7

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, March 10, 2004
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2004 - 7 Digest Continued from Page 6 Ukiah Women's Athletic Association meeting The Ukiah Women's Athletic Association will be holding a women's slow-pitch softball meeting for the 2004 season at Wright Stuff Pizza on Wednesday, March 17, at 6:30 p.m. All women interested in playing softball are welcome to attend. City Men's Softball League ' The City of Ukiah Community Service Department's 2004 men's softball league season will begin soon. An informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on March 18 at The Pub in Ukiah. League play is scheduled to . begin May 3. Team fees are $450 for the sponsor fee and $25 per player (checks payable to the City of Ukiah). Registration forms are available at the Ukiah Civic Center. The priority registration deadline for returning team sponsors is March 26 and the general deadline is April 16. i Player fees will be collect• ed from team managers at the first game. Register early, as space is limited. For additional information, call 463-6713. i Sports Attic i basketball tourney The 17th annual Sports , Attic Basketball Tournament ; is scheduled for March 19-21 - at the Ukiah High School gym. • i All teams are assured two ; games and the entry fee is $175. Proceeds benefit the Ukiah High School basketball program. To register, send a check for $175 along with a team roster to the Sports Attic (108 , W. Standley Street, Ukiah, : Calif., 95482) by March 11. Call Rick (463-1706) at the Sports Attic for more informa- ; tion. Puma soccer coaches needed The Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer League is currently accepting letters of application for competitive team coaches for the 2004-2005 playing season. These teams travel outside of the Ukiah area and are for players in under 10 through under 19 years old. Include in the letter the age and gender of the group(s) you are interested in coaching, an outline of any playing and coaching experience that you have, and any licenses held (CYSA, USYSA, NSCAA, referee). All coaches must apply by March 20. Questions can be directed to the Soccer Hotline at 467-9797 or to Susan Graham at 467-0593. The application may be sent to: Ukiah Puma Committee, P.O. Box 1142, Ukiah, Calif., 95482. Bocce Spring League sign-ups Brutocao Schoolhouse Plaza in Hopland is taking team and individual applications for its spring league, which begins April 5 and runs 10 weeks. For more information, call 459-5300 or 744-1066. Healdsburg United Inferno Girls U17/18 competitive soccer tryouts Class I tryouts for the Healdsburg United Inferno U- 17/18 girls will be on April 6 and 8 at Foss Creek from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Foss Creek i School in Healdsburg. 1 (Directions: 101 South, exit Dry Creek and turn left, left at L second light (Healdsburg Avenue), school will be on the left (1557 Healdsburg Ave)). The Inferno is a good option for those willing to train at a high level and those who wish to prepare for the high school season and for those who are considering playing at the college level. For more information, or if unable to make the tryout dates posted, contact the head coach, Brad Pirrung, at (707) 799-0382 or e-mail bpir- Girls softball clinic The city of Ukiah and the Ukiah High Wildcats would like to announce the beginning of registration for a girls softball clinic supervised by the Ukiah High School softball coaching staff, players and other local coaches. The clinic will be held on Saturday, April 3, from 9 a.m. until noon at the Ukiah High School softball fields and is open to girls 10 to 14 years old. The cost is $25 per player. Pre-registration is required and can be done at the city of Ukiah. Rain date is April 12. Call Gina Greco at the Ukiah Community Services Department (463-6201) for more information. UPOA to battle Niners in b-ball challenge The Ukiah Police Officer's Association will be hosting members of the San Francisco 49ers in a basketball challenge at Mendocino College on Saturday, May 8. Tip-off is 7 p.m. Seating is limited and the event typically sells out. This event is promoted through telephone sales. If interested in purchasing tickets or advertising in the program, call 462-1931. Boxers wanted Boxing classes are offered by the Mendocino County Sheriff's PAL and are ongoing at the Redwood Health Club. Classes are a mix of all ages and levels. Class times are 6:45 p.m. Thursdays, 5 p.m. Fridays and Sundays. For more information, call Cris or Pattie Fischer at 4631229. PAL Karate The Sheriffs Youth Karate Program (PAL) at the Redwood Health Club is holding classes on Tuesday nights through March, starting at 5 p.m. for ages 4 through 6, 5:30 p.m. for ages 7 through 12 and at 7 p.m. for teens and adults. No RHC membership is required for participation. PAL fetches a yearly $5 insurance and administrative fee per student. Deputy Mike Tobin is the class instructor. The Redwood Health Club is located at 3101 S. State Street in Ukiah. Call 4680441 for more information. Ukiah Dolphins The Ukiah Dolphins Swim Team offers year-round training and competition for all pool-safe swimmers under the age of 18. For more information, contact Coach Lee Panttaja at 462-3707. -To place an announcement in the "Community Sports Digest," contact The Ukiah Daily Journal Sports Department by phone at 468-3518. You may also mail your listing to 590 S. School Street, Ukiah, Calif., 95482, email it to, or fax it to us at 468-3544. Because the "Community Sports Digest" is a FREE service, no guarantees can be made on the frequency of a listing's appearance in The Daily Journal. To assure your event maximum publicity, please contact either our classified (468-3535) or display advertising (468-3510) departments. City Continued from Page 6 but finally wore down, being outscored 14-2 in the second half. Davis Head led the way scoring eight points and Steve Udarbe chipped in six points. Strong rebounding was provided by the Brothers Biaggi, who combined for 21, and a great individual performance from Antonio Montoya with 13. Randy Udarbe contributed with four steals and eight rebounds. The Earthmovers close out their season on Saturday, March 13. The Sound Company blasts by Pinnacle The Sound Company Satelittes defeated Pinnacle Build 36vs6. Brian Eldredge scored 16 points, 4 of those points resulting from steals. Connor Franz scored six points, had one rebound, and five steals. Ray Barajas scored four points grabbed four rebounds and had one steal. Diamante McCain scored- four points, grabbed two Spring Continued from Page 6 scoreless inning in his first outing since last June. Blue Jays 7, Tigers 7 At Lakeland, Fla., Tigers reliever Matt Anderson gave up four runs in the ninth inning. Chad Hermansen hit a two-run homer for the Blue Jays. Astros 14, Indians 3 At Winter Haven, Fla., Craig Biggio had four hits, Adam Everett drove in four runs and Houston handed Cleveland its first loss of spring training. Jeff Bagwell went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and Lance Berkman also drove in three runs for the Astros. Pirates 5, Devil Rays 1 At Bradenton, Fla., Craig Wilson's three-run homer off Damian Moss in the first inning backed the strong pitching of Oliver Perez. Phillies 4, Twins 3 At Clearwater, Fla., Lou Collier's two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth won it for Philadelphia. Marlins 9, Mets 3 At Port St. Lucie, Fla., Hee Seop Choi and Wil Cordero hit consecutive home runs and Florida won its fifth straight. Darren Oliver pitched four solid innings in his first start for the World Series champions. Cardinals 4, Orioles 2, 10 innings At Jupiter, Fla., Sidney Ponson allowed one run in four innings for Baltimore, but Mark Quinn's lOth-inning homer gave St. Louis its first rebounds and forced one steal. Brendan Cruz made two rebounds. Angel Vargas made the last two points of the game. Bryce Woods made two rebounds. Zach Barajas made two- points. Kenneth Salinas had one rebound. Ukiah Dodge ties another one Ukiah Dodge had struggled Saturday playing against Donna's Studios in the boys first- and second-grade divi- victory. Mariners 6, Rangers 2 At Peoria, Ariz., Gil Meche, Ron Villone and Clint Nageotte combined to allow one hit through seven innings, and Bucky Jacobsen homered for Seattle. Athletics 16, Padres 10 At Phoenix, Bobby Crosby homered twice in the first inning, including a grand slam. It was the second outburst in four days for the Athletics, who beat Anaheim 26-3 last Saturday. Crosby, Miguel Tejada's replacement at shortstop, hit both homers off losing pitcher Adam Eaton and is batting .467 (7-for-15) this spring. Eric Chavez, Mark Kotsay and Marco Scutaro also homered for the A's. Angels 10, Diamondbacks 3 sion. The game ended in an 18-18 tie, bringing Ukiah Dodge a 5-0-2 record. Shane Dunsing led his team in scoring with eight points. He also grabbed three rebounds and four steals. Dylan Sleekier had six points, six rebounds and twb steals. Kahlil Capri scored two points, had two rebounds and seven steals. Francisco Mireles had two points and three steals. Ukiah Dodge greatly missed Jordan Jackson, who should be back for next week's last game of the season. SCOREBOARD EASTERN CONFERENCE 40 24 .625 4 1/2 37 26 .587 7 34 31 .523 11 32 32 .500121/2 Atlantic Division New Jersey Boston New York Miami Philadelphia Washington Orlando Central Division x-lndiana Detroit Milwaukee New Orleans Cleveland . Toronto Atlanta Chicago W 38 29 29 28 27 20 18 W 48 41 33 33 28 27 20 18 L Pet GB 24 .613 — 36 .446101/2 36 .446101/2 36 .438 11 38 .415121/2 42 .323 18 48 .273 22 L Pet GB 16 .750 — 25 .621 8 30 .52414 1/2 30 .52414 1/2 36 .438 20 37 .422 21 43 .317271/2 45 .286291/2 W 46 41 30 27 26 25 21 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Minnesota San Antonio Dallas W 44 42 40 L Pet GB 19 .698 — 22 .656 2 1/2 23 .635 4 Memphis Houston Denver Utah Pacific Division Sacramento LA. Lakers Portland Seattle LA. Clippers Golden State Phoenix x-clinched playoff spot Monday's Games Philadelphia 97, Milwaukee 92 Cleveland 108, Atlanta 102 Dallas 103, Phoenix 90 Utah 88, LA. Lakers 83 Tuesday's Games Denver 117, Washington 87 Indiana 94, Toronto 84, OT Miami 100, Orlando 89 Boston 87, New York 84 Memphis 94, San Antonio 88 Philadelphia 89, Chicago 81 Houston 90, LA. Clippers 85 Minnesota at Seattle, 7 p.m. Golden State at Sacramento, 7 p.m. L Pet GB 16 .742 — 22 .651 5 1/2 33 .47616 1/2 36 .42919 1/2 37 .413201/2 36 .410201/2 43 .328 26 Wednesday's Games L.A. Lakers at Boston, 4 p.m. Cleveland at Toronto, 4 p.m. Washington at Orlando, 4 p.m. Chicago at Detroit, 4:30 p.m. Denver at New Jersey, 4:30 p.m. Atlanta at Milwaukee, 5 p.m. Miami at New Orleans, 5 p.m. L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m. Golden State at Utah, 6 p.m. Minnesota at Portland, 7 p.m. Thursday's Games New Orleans at Houston, 4:30 p.m. Dallas at Sacramento, 7 p.m. BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS— Announced the resignation of Mike Cramer, president, effective June 30. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association ATLANTA HAWKS— Signed F Josh Davis to a 10-day contract. CHICAGO BULLS— Signed F Union Johnson III to a second 10-day contract. MINNESOTA TIM8ERWOLVES— Promoted Lisa Rasmussen to suite sales executive and Colin Perkins to publication sales executive. At Tucson, Ariz., Chone Figgins hit a three-run homer, helping Anaheim score nine times in the last three innings. Richie Sexson singled for his first hit with the Diamondbacks. Brewers 7, Giants 5 At Phoenix, Junior Spivey homered off a struggling Jason Schmidt, and Chris Capuano threw three scoreless innings for Milwaukee. Schmidt, runner-up for the NL Cy Young Award last season, fell to 0-2 in two outings since right elbow surgery. He had trouble keeping the ball down and was tagged for five runs and seven hits in three innings. San Francisco outfielder Jeffrey Hammonds could miss six weeks after he was hit on the right thumb by Capuano's pitch. NEW YORK KNICKS—Signed F-C Kurt Thomas to a four-year contract extension. SEATTLE SUPERSONICS—Activated G Brent Barry from the injured list. 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