Independent from Long Beach, California on March 31, 1962 · Page 15
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1 TAKES LEAD Poly Crushes Lancers, 12-3 TIIEFF! Poly High's Larry Luriha steals second base in second Inning as Lakewood's Murray Weiss takes throw too late, llarcs won, 123. to take Moore League trad Friday. By BKUCE YOUNG Poly Hifih drubbed three Lakcwood pitchers for 15 hits --including four triplex and two doubles--to bomb the Lancers, 12-3. and take over first place in the Moore baseball league Friday. A crowd of nearly 200. largest of the year, at the Lancer field watched the Rabbits score in every inning except two to run their record W t W L · Pel* 3 I -M.ll.kan I 3 t**e*«Hj _ * J w.iw. _ _ I jc.d*t - 3 2 Dewey . , 7 ·_piavtd t'f 5*^*; Polv-Jordan h*»e triple and four RBI. Catcher Bob vonEps had a perfect 3- for-3 and Rick Bryson. Larry Lauriha and Jerry Martin each had two hits. Lakcwood pitchers had been stingy in yielding runs prior to Friday, but Lcs Mundel, Jim Parks and Fred Campbell couldn't stem the Rabbit attack. BnrlWMt I J 0 G,4rvit.?t J 3 0 Martinf Ml 9 J 4 Wi:lrmn.cl.3b to 3-1-1. Lakewood has a 4-2 mark and is only a few percentage points back in second place. Poly had many heroes, but Bob Larson was the biggest. He not only pitched a five- hitter, lie collected two singles, a triple and drove in three runs as well. · * * * S O P I I O M O R U Oscar Brown, playing his first varsity pamc, had a double and |Bro«nrl !rtU*M.rl ·ft.Urtn.lt Cav»tc".lll 1 0 0 0 Mfrm*»»ek,c ,V,,l,*-vit 4 8 1 OGoidb-o.te.1 - - - 3 1 0 0 1 iTfflMrtll ] 0 Q 0 /.C U.7b _ -t*ni?d (or Marin tn 7tti; b~l*nnrf for if«r-iet in Jth. -·» _- HI m *-u Me»Mtf _ . _ _ Ml Ml J- 1 grew. B'v^^n. 3*-Rrcin, *'*rt n, Vi'-l- ·*BP-D«h bV A'.unct)).' LOB--Pol* 7, LafcrwooJ *. IF R CR H Bl SO .arjon ( W , ?Cl.. 7 3 1 1 4 ' /OndH (U 1 1). 1 · 4 ? 3 1 ·a-fcMII - 4 i 4 7 7 3 « - k » _ l'i 3 1 5 0 U-Fi'ci. Wei"* T-7-17. Pavifd 84 ;ch*'.rr[frn ? A f t - l V J . JV Ktrt; L*U*c?d *, Pot* 5. Pantlicrs Slip Past Ranis, 64 Hy HICK FULLtll Jordan Hiph jumped hack Into the thick of the Moore League baseball title race Friday night by scoring a C-t victory over Millikan in the nightcap of a twi-night dou bleheadcr at lilair Field. The Panthers tallied al their runs before the Rams could counter against south- ·i-fn.:! | I PIC . f',tl M 1 1 1 1 1 ;::: S!!? 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 9 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 o o e o 1 0 0 9 I t I 0 « J S 3 f- "-.· ··:';;** --.,- .-j,ii*»f--, ' , SA1ISTS IN OVAL WIN OVEK PIUS Nick Miraclia won the sprints and Jim Supunchcck the hurdles as St. Anthony High's track team ran its Catholic League record to 2-1 with a GGS-37*i win over visiting Pius X Friday. Tom Ashburn of St. Anthony won the half-mile in the good time of 2.01.0. IM-M.r?-' * If*). C*^«f'l» if], Dl*'M't ISA) 192. in-- M f.g' · ISA). G!aia3« |P), on* in :;i 44*-C»-n*' I'o (P), MtO -am d IS*!. Stot'i |PI 1J4. |t»-AiHburn (JAI, K.91 (PI, AfW *» i.gi o. M.1*~P*"t'?« ID N reel ISA), llf (SA| 4 4 1 1 . m HH-J-i 5jpjri»-rik ISA). nr*"t.r*c*. (SA), (J^tf (P) U4 111 IH-jim Svc*"0*tvli (SA) tt (Pi, P^OJt-i (P) 72 I « - WcDi-trmd ISA) 114,]. Hi«H lum»-Vefin ) T» ef (SA). R.xlJi (PI *K«tmi-ntt*r ISA) S (Mi (f) 4 * 7 r*i* VMII-TI* t***t? (P) f « , I I I rel«-lt. A^'no . , ut-TTl. A\*-ta.TH. rt^bv-Tic) t 14 ^ Vtn*l KKt: V. Anrnony 44 i. Pm* X « Ittff P'UJ X 41. 5*. A-meif J4 IVrp (Jolf I Sw?ii/w*iing Croivn to Downey Downey High clinched an- oilier Moore Lcapue swimming title Friday with a 51-35 win over Millikan. Ilie Vikes have never lost a Moore League meet anc! shouldn't have any trouble in their last encounter of the season. Both Mike Ilryant and Dean Willrford were double winners for the Vikings. In other league action, I'ol paw Jack Corcoran. Corcoranjbcat Wilson, 5:i-32. and 1-akc- By RICK RIOPELLE Mike Verdun hurled a hrcc-hittcr and husky Homer Williams drove in the tying and go-ahead runs as St. Anhony broke a two-game "atholic League losing streak by whipping Mt. Carmcl, G-3, "riday at Long Beach City College. s best stuff, yield-jwooJ thumped Jordan, 50-36. T; in tho last ihrrp o,*nr» 11. M.it.htn 11 ^s m ini usi inrii. ,,,,,,,,,,,»_ Br) . n , I D ,. ,,,,,,, ,v,. did have his ing four runs innings, hut he hung on to notch his third win without a loss. Ron Johnston and Fred Hillis drove in Jordan's two first-inning runs and Johnston knocked in two more in a four-run fourth inning. George Mcllor and Corcoran also had RBI singles in that inning. »i ID). I l / t si itf*if?i»-1 ·(· t«t»*f^i Oaoen ·ij Sr*'ii (D). 5* r» (U). Jl * lM»vtttrfiv-WiMt*crd (0), Ntnt\ .rna ( D ) . I 01 1 ·ih'rm^rt (Ml, 1.17.7. (Ml. Arnur.cJ-cn |V).' I OJ 0 i (Dl, H»rn ( S)trmtii»-W'i "i (0), 5 7 9 . (D). CgCfi (M), i.'.i! r,nmm"(Di."j"»l rni, ftiilt'erd. it»rh), lTi4 / * t t $ Milliltan collected only five r^^^'^VVif'-iV^^ffT'/'r l.r^, ) (j! j. JoOfrtfttllt-MA.ar^-*- · " · lil 1 0 0 C "··M«'M»-ltt I D I . J11 l« " ""' - A . m f . r I V ) . W C ; 1«IB« _ . . _ 1 Cl 2. I M t f M V l f t f 19 *1 fc*', « E f * - 3 j f D f . l C C 1 M, I 4 J 2 tctrr: M,! 1 »»·» 4 rdr 11. w.utn 11 . -- S I H IP). Lo,! ·;i»i'fr I A I . 511 it MIJ. m»d. ^ Oof f y (A), Gr*f- * p i O»^f^j»i ( W . 7 74 I. a.e* f r'T7, fF L*c»e'* U s*::M;*4l" B ' * · E C * IMmrdtty rtUf -- V/.'von If i t v . S*tel. P*f», J R**», no l-^»: Slfrre- S'*'t (P) i.si.J: nftrr'enfru -^ vj«7 A'^cr IP) 7 M 1, 1M b*ttltr»l« -- Korflfl f|'| 1 OJ.7; 1»0trf«ttttr**t -C - , (Pi I I S O mfretmie -- W.^A T»-.r .Pi JJ T: IHtnd. fn». -- p,»-» r.vt I C i l ; 3M free rtl-ir-W.Hon U Fiinji tc»r»: »V/ rr. v.,ijon'j|. f\-*»fft. S*u«rm*n. 0*(h) 7 1 1 0 51 *"o«i C.'il W t ; li»frf*if»l* -- H'I Vikcs Km pi lo Trounce Wilson, 12-0 By DAVE GLOECKI.F.R Downey Hifili erupted for 12 runs in the fifth and sixth innings and rode the two-hit pitching of Hill 1'mcry for a 120 whitewash of Wilson in the first pame of a twi-niRht twin bill at Blair Field Friday nipht. The Vikinps, who snapped! i a fiiiir-came losing streak in^'iooVtiJiniVr.^ llt . winning, sent I I batters t» "n»ft"tii-Tf*i ILI the plate in the f i f t h f or jSuJiVu.';,!_£'.,, , seven nins and nine to tlic| a ii»EMi.'S«A't.!»1 plate to produce five runs in | IL -'-'--""' nl -' ? '-' ' " ! the sixth. Brent Wilson and Steve Richardson hiphliphlcd t h e j bis fifth w 'ith two-run sin- pies. Each collected two hits. W.lun Al R H · D..«.» Al R H · Broad Jump Tops CC Relays Today A rematch b e t w e e n broad jumpers John Yancy of Wilson and Man-in Motley of Poly looms :i$ the biggest attraction in the sixth running of the Long Beach City College Relays today. Thirteen schools will participate and there's little doubt which will \vin thr over-all title. Po'y has never lost and figures to win h.indily again. · · · * .MO1IXY, only a sophomore, leaped 2.1-9'] to win at lluntington Bc.irh over Yancy, who was tiiiid in the state meet last year and has a best jump this s.'ason of 2.1-:. Motley Ixiasts the second best jump in the C1P this year and Yancy's mark ranks fourth. Action gets under way with Cee field cventi at 11 a.m. First heats stirt at 12:5!; and the first rac» at 2 p.m. Admission price is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. Unfortunately, this year's field is the weakest ever. Moore L e a g u e ichools should d o m i n a t e ivory event except the pole vault where Excelsior's L a r r y Kerns is the class at M feet. · * · · W A R R C N, AVIATION', Western. Bcllflowcr, Savan- n.i. Excelsior and Paramount, will compete in addition to Moore schools. Thrrn will be four relays (HO. BSO. mile and 2-mile), the loo. the 120-hish hurdles and all field events. SAINTS TRIP MT. CARMEL, 6-3 Eight walks and three wild pitches hurt Verdun as Ml. Carmcl took a 3-2 lead into the bottom of the sixth. But the Saints exploded for four runs to sew up the game. Williams d e l i v e r e d his clutch single to score Rick Hayes and Steve Ramirez with the third and fourth runs and Paul Johnson and Verdun added run-producing singles in the big sixth. Hayes and Verdun each had two hits. Ramirez drove in the Saints' first run. The second came home on a wild pitch. The Saints own a 1-2 league record. ' Ji"o*.cr II 2 0 0 1 1 JA1CM-Z.3 5 I I 0 ' u-.n n 3 i i o i ',u-?r.!b 3 B 0 1 I ' w a - f l C 7 0 0 0 1 U ' S M T C l J O O 1 ' SI. Anm«^r AS R H* ' ~ II , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 3 7 7 C 7 1 1 0 M 3 1 1 1 l 3 1 1 7 3 0 0 1 r f 3 1 1 0 i.rf 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 '-MLM| blttftf il. Mt Cvmrl _ Jl. AHTMHf . f--R*nir*. W l.*m in in »-i ,. »0» ]M 1-4 f. 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