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D6 THE JOURNAL-NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1990 LOCAL REPORT Clarksfown North faces Valley Central for regional title diero, Dawn Fantini and Rosenbaum in the 3-4-5 spots are the key hitters and Billee Howard and Julie Johannesen in the sixth and seventh spots have been hitting well of late. Valley Central played no Rockland teams this year. The only common opponent is Monroe-Woodbury which the Vikings beat in two regular-season games 8-6 and 6-1 and in Saturday's Section 9 final, 7-4. Clarkstown North beat Monroe-Woodbury, 7-4, on April 27. Today's winner will be two victories away from the state 21-1.

"Michele throws hard and she started off the year with control problems. We've worked on that and for the last six games she's averaged only 1.5 walks," Strauss said. "We know Clarkstown's pitcher is around the plate." The first seven batters in the Valley Central lineup are batting .300 or better, according to Strauss, led by shortstop Andrea Maselli, .449, and Sue Randaisi, .425. North's lineup has no easy outs through first seven spots in coach John Sullivan's lineup. Andrea Cal- AREA SLATE YESTERDAY RESULTS BASEBALL Class A regionals: Monroe-Woodbury 3 Class regionals: Ardsley 10, Center Mooches 2 Class regionals: Haldane 18.

Eastport 11 BOYS' LACROSSE Class A regionals: Lakeland 5. Shaker 2 TODAY'S EVENTS SOUTHEAST REGION SOFTBALL (at Chester H.S. and adjacent Carpenter Park), Class Clarkstown North vs. Valley Central, 3:30 p.m. Class Poughkeepsie Lourdes vs.

Port Jervis, 4 p.m. Class Eastcnester vs. John S. Burke, noon Class Livingston Manor vs. Section 11 champion, noon TOMORROW'S EVENTS No events scheduled.

By Dick Yerg Staff Writer The Southeast Region Class A softball championship between Clarkstown North and Section 9's Valley Central will be a match of defenses. The clubs meet today at 3:30 p.m. at Chester High in Orange County and the winner advances to Saturday's state semifinal in New-burgh. "I don't know too much about Clarkstown North," said coach Sandy Strauss, who has guided Valley Central, located in the Orange County community of Montgomery, GIRLS' SOFTBALL for the past 11 years. "I know they've got good pitching and good hitting.

We're a good, young team. We average 2, 2V errors a game and have allowed more than five runs only twice." Valley Central is 16-4; Clarkstown North 23-2. This is Valley Central's first trip to the regionals after losing in the Section 9 final the past three years. Clarkstown North advances beyond the Section 1 level for the time after losing to R.C. Ketcham in last year's sectional final.

Whereas Clarkstown North has a DAWN FANTtM ANDREA CALOtERO starting lineup which includes six seniors, the Valley Central Vikings have only two seniors. Sophomore Michele Small, 13-3, Red Sox assign Flaherty to Lynchburg Hitting Away! the season with the parent club but was sent down when major league rosters were reduced from 27 players to 25 on May. 1 Last year at Winter Haven in the Class A Florida State League, Flaherty batted .260 with four homers and 28 RBI despite missing 44 games with a broken hand. In 1988, his first season in professional ball, Flaherty hit .235 with three homers and 16 RBI for Elmira in the Class A New York-Penn League. Flaherty, who attended George Washington University, was the Red Sox' 25th-round selection in June 1988 amateur draft.

John Humnn John Flaherty received a minor setback to his professional baseball career yesterday when the Boston Red Sox assigned him to Lynchburg, in the Class A Carolina League yesterday. Flaherty, a 21-year-old catcher from West Nyack, had been playing at Pawtucket, R.I., the Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate in the International League. However, Flaherty got off to a slow start, hitting only .157 with one homer and three RBI at the time of his demotion. combined with the presence of John Marzano, sealed Flaherty's fate. Marzano, the Red Sox' first-round selection in the 1984 major league free-agent amateur draft, began Yankees at Boston SportsDesk and Scorecard at 7 PM.

Sponsored in part by Miller Genuine Draft will pitch for the Vikings against North senior Marcy Rosenbaum, St Joseph bows, 7-4, in Jersey final Notre Dame of Lawrenceville defeated St. Joseph Regional of Montvale, 7-4, to win the New Jersey High School baseball championship, at Princeton University, on Saturday. Pitcher Tim Morabito of Garnerville (6-2) took the loss, yielding just four hits, striking out 10, and walking six. He was removed in the seventh inning of a 4-4 game with runners on for junior Matt Healy of New City. St.

Joe's coach Frank Salvano has great hopes for Morabito to anchor a top staff next year. "He's going to be what Mike Kearney was for us this year." Kearney was 10-1 with a 0.75 earned run average, and just accepted a full baseball scholarship to Seton Hall University. Kearney won last Wednesday in the regional final to get St. Joe's to yesterday's state final. "(Morabito's) my ace for next year," said Salvano.

"He had thrown 120 pitches when I took him out, and I won't risk anybody's arm, even in a championship game. When he gets the ball over, he's unhittable." Catcher Mike Beckerich, of West Nyack, had put St. Joe's ahead 4-2 in the fourth inning with an RBI single. St. Joe's led 2-0 after the first inning.

III and The Wiz. MSG SportsDesk 11PM DRAFTED, From page D1 Two other prospective local draftees Mike Kearney and Frank Laviano were contacted by The Journal-News last night but discuss a contract. It's expected that Connolly will be assigned to Southern Oregon in Medford, the Athletics' short-season Class A team in the Northwest League. Southern Oregon begins its season June 18. Connolly was 7-1 with a 2.14 ERA for Penn this season.

Connolly's stats are even more impressive if the season-ending loss to Arizona MSG Network. Look to Us for Greatness. neither has been drafted yet. The draft concludes today. Kearney is a Garnerville resident and a senior pitcher for St.

Joseph Regional High in Montvale, N.J., where he was 10-1 this season. Laviano is a Spring Valley resident and a junior pitcher for George Mason University where he was 5-4 Schedule subject to change. 1990 Madison Square Garden Network. A Paramount Communications Company State in the NCAA Regionals is discounted. Going into that game Connolly's ERA was 0.97, second best in the nation at that time.

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Catcher Paul Ellis, UCLA, .360. First Base Dan Barbara. Long Beach .474. Second Base Grant Brittain, Western Carolina, .428. Shortstop Tim Costo, Iowa, .376.

Third Base Greg Alexander, Arkansas, .387. Outfielders Anthony Jenkins, The Citadel, Mike Kelly, Arizona Dennis McNamara, Central Michigan, Tom NunevWer, West Chester. .470. Designated Hitter Andy Hartung, Maine. .414.

Utility Mark Alesandro, Illinois, .390. Second Team Pitchers Brain Kenny, VWanova, 10-1; Tim Langdon, East Carolina, 10-1; Oscar Munoz. Miami, 15-2; Rich Robertson, Texas 10-1. Relief Pitcher Brad Gregory, Florida 5-2, 11 saves. Catcher Michael Daniel, Oklahoma .360.

First Bass Tom Raffo, Mississippi .363. Second Base Anthony Manahan, Arizona .383. Shortstop J.R. Showalter, Georgia, .347. Third Base Tim Flannelly, Michigan, .402.

Third Bass Tim Griffin, Stanford, .343. Outfielders Todd Greene, Fr Georgia Southern, Wes Grisham, LSU, Jeff Hammonds, Fr Stanford, Ray Montgomery, Fordham, .429. Designated Hitter Brian Jester, Georgia, .387. Utility Joe MarkuHte, BuckneH, .454. Third Team Pitchers Craig Connolly, Pennsylvania, 7-1; Kirk Dressendorfer, Texas, 12-4; Dave Fleming, Georgia, 10-4; Randy Powers, Southern Cat, 11-3; Sean Rees, Arizona 13-2; Mike Zimmerman, South Alabama, 11-6.

Relief Pitchers Jim Kohl, Rutgers, 8-0, 3 saves; Curtis Shaw, Kansas, 10-4, 3 saves. Catchers Rob Fitzpatrick, Georgia Southern, Dan Wilson, Minnesota, .370. First Baee Mike Sciortino, Central Connecticut, .457. Second Basemen Mitch Simons, Oklahoma Dave Tollison, Texas, .350. Shortstops Chris Martin, Pepperdine, Oave Wrona, Southern Illinois, .395.

Third Basemen Andy Bruce, Georgia Tech, Kevin Young, Southern Mississippi, .382. Outfielders Gary Daniels, Brigham Young, Mike Migliarese, St. Joseph, Doug Shields, Southern Illinois, Mark Sweeney, Maine, .384. Designated Hitters Keith Darter, Houston, .396: Jason Geis. Portland, .407.

Utility Players Paul Bruno, New York Tech, Sal Conti, Long Island, Anthony Maisa-no, Georgia Tech, .322. credit and waded through the paperwork. And waited QUICK APPROVAL, IF QUALIFIED nolly was both CHARUE RAMBAOT dra'fted ad named All-America. "It's really nice," said Connolly, a 1986 graduate of St. Joseph Regional High in Montvale, N.J.

"It's a really good honor to be named All-America." Rambadt wasn't informed as to the exact round but was told by Brewers scout Ed Mathes that it was in the low 20s. "I got the call around 4:30 (p.m.) but I wasn't home. I walked in and (Mathes) had talked to my grandmother," said Rambadt, who talked to Mathes twice last night. "I was really excited." Rambadt is to meet with Mathes tomorrow to discuss a contract. He is expected to be assigned to Beloit, the Brewers' Class A team in the Midwest League or one of the their two rookie league squads Helena, in the Pioneer League or the rookie team in the Arizona League.

Rambadt, 21-year-old, right-handed hitter with power, batted .355 with five homers and 16 RBI for the Chargers this season. "I was hoping he would get drafted; he deserves a shot," said Dominican head coach Rick Gian-netti. "He has the size and he plays the right position. You look at the for it to be approved. And wished there were a better FULL RANGE OF TAX-ADVANTAGED LOANS AND LINES way.

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In 1988 three players were drafted and two others signed as free agents. The Mets drafted shortstop Kevin Baez in the seventh round and catcher David Parouse in the 34th round. Second baseman Ramces Guererro was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 24th round. Outfielder Tom McNamara, a Pearl River resident, was a signed as a free agent by the Seattle Mariners two weeks after the 1988 draft. A week later, the Mariners signed pitcher Dan Saldana as a free agent.

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