The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 1, 1957 · Page 7
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THE PACTS jurtty aseball Card BRAZOHtA COUNTY BASEBALL CARD ly. July 1: Little Loasue— Fveeport—Braves vs 'Rfi skins; Bobcats vs Tied Soxj "" PcVd-| teui Has No-Hiffer .... Gators Split Pair With Hutto Club Lake Jackson 'N jzers vs Phillies; Ca'rdS VS: Hayden Leus returned to the third innins, thus Rivins Braves i the Lake Jackson Gator lineup'Hut'.o their three runs. An?leton 'A'—Y&nks ys.| rts t Saturday night to twirl' Holstrom had .a no.hilter Red Sox; Rotary vs Ki-, a no -hii, no-run shu'.out at vis- wanis Tcen-Age— County Juniors Redskins al Chile West Col. r,t Frcenort Lake Jackson Juniors Giants vs Cubs County Seniors Freeport at West Col. Lake Jackson at Bay City Tuesday, July i: JUittle Lcasue— Freeport —- Redskins vs Yanks; Red Sox vs Eagles j bark to Dallas Lake Jackson <A' _ Red: And Leus made his Sox vs White Sox; Yanks'In high style as he lindians Ilins: Hutto to Rive the Ga'or.i a 1-0 win and split in a dou- bleheaucr. Mutto blanked the Gators 30 in the ooehcr by bunchins three hits in the third inning and then ridirm the stout right arm of Budda Holstrom and his one-hil'cr Leus. a former Gator of several years bat;:, was lured into' service recently when the LJ club lost the services of Wcldon Hancy, who moved strike • ilned '57 debut issued no walks and had six st-ikeouts; Angleton (N) — Tailtwist- over the strong Central Texas ers vs Lcigon; Dodgers vsiclub. Only one man reached; B ravps ' .first base, that comina on an 1 B-C-V — Vclas.co at Bra7:-; p "or. | Jones Creek :' Cl'itc : Dink Mladenka handled the! j pitching for Lake Jackson in 'the Opening game, nnd he. toss<ed one of his better tills but iwas touched for three hits in oria; Teen-Ase — Lake Jackson Juniors Red Sox vs Pirates Wednesday, July 3: Little League — Minor games in Lake Jackson and some makeup games in Minor leagues throughout county Tenn-Age — • County Seniors West Col. at Vvm Ql'ALITY DIAMONDS $17.95 - $2,000.00 EASY TERMS NO CARRYING CHARGES McSPADDEN JEWELRY •CREDIT JEWELERS" FREFl'ORT, TEXAS .-,oing until the third halter in (he >svenih and last innins. Ross Ivy. touched him for a sing>(* ( " Ivy had a two cov|B$y,on him when hi oni A. siivJc. Tl'r iwo-g..mc split thus puslicd 1he*Gn:o-.- winnmES to 34 and left them with five; defeats. MlHdr-.r,:a has no\v won. If! and rlronpf-d a pnir while Leus is I-n. : La';;ft Jackson picked up four hils in '.he nishtcap, all com- : ns ill the fifth inning, to pain ;'icir slim 1-0 win. Billy Monrc •Jtart?d..t!iiiii!.<: off h5- driving s !ong triple to left. Leus then hit a fielders choice that found all hands icafe \viih no outs. Jim Hem-: rbree then drove in the run with a single an.: ptit runners on first and second. : Rusty Koenia si'-.iled to load the 'ba^es and Htitio called tin».out lo brine ':i Hoistrom 'to ta';c over for starter ,Tame= iClarke. i A fielders' choice that re' suited in a double play, home Jto first', sol a nai 1 ' away while ! Holstrom got the final out on strikes. Lake Jackson will put their unbeaten Tri-Counly record on the line Tuesday niiht when First round play in the coun- they travel to Houston to batty wide Lake Jackson Jaycee'tlc BoMick's Cafe of LaMar- youthful golf tournament was.que. scheduled to set underway this On Thursday the Gators wil morning while the second IR-.pe in Pasadena foi a Softha' holes will be reeled off Wed-.Tournament that will Is? 1 riesday. 'through Saturdy. Some of 'he 'Tournament director Lon top, softbnll nine across t'"' Tullos announced that several,Texas Coas.t "will be on hami players would be out of town tor this affair. Tuesday, and therefore thei Leus and Mladenka wi.l !••• tourney would skip to Wednes- the front line pitchers for ihr day for the second round. ^Gators in the three-day Pa--a- The top four players will be.dena tournament, given a free trip to Midland' One of the top home c.iim' for the state-wide Jaycee Golf j for Lake Jackson will come m Tournament. The four best!a few weeks when the Gi.ors players in the state event will!host a powerful team fn>'n advance to a regional and then I Alice. This Valley club ;< eon- a national Jaycee meet. Uidercd to he one of the top i- Golfers from Freeport. Lake|softball nines ar.ro"; the fate : Jackson. Angleton, West Col-j and their rioublcheader umbia, Sweeny and Alvin are probably be the final • 36-holc;of the Wcbb-Schmidi Held fW In Weekend T-A Oaiftes. Bay City Holds Sen •^ . ........ _..:, .,, *;t.- (viv Vrrpnort. T.iidfitifln head for The VI m the foun Ed Tisdals 71h Grad« Coach ttiist weekend witn a .pnir i» ihe Majors., three in the Seniors and S Tone' Junior game in the Lake Jackson league. Tonight's T-A card find five games on tap, three in Ihe Jnn- ~.m loop, While two... -Senior •lines will clash. Freepbfl .-inci •:{.- W«st Columbia Majors will *•-'•'•••;J ia'ngle in 3 Wednesday niakr- J up game tor Lions Field in '•' Freeport. , .Junior Tecn-Ase activity to- iiiciht finds the Freeport Ren- skins in Clutr. n-.iile the Freeport Warrior? hos! West Co- ilumlva. The Giants and Cuhs iduel in a LJ .Junior game. Frceporl will travel to West Columhia in a Senior s-une ,«J!3 BoB» i fn saines last weekend, Lake 1 Jackson, playing wilH eight 2nd Round Wednesday to JC Meet New Coach Hired At Freeport Ed Tisdale, a graduate of S,im Houston Stale in Hunts- vii'.c, IMS been hired by the Br,u<»p°rt School District as n i-oarn in lue f'reoport Junior than svstcm, according to Athletic Director H. E. Hopper. Tisn.ile will work with Till -.rado teams, both football and on..;-, uiali, while Cliff William- will move up to handle ihe Kedskin varsity basketball squad and 'aide Roy Anderson in motball. l.iist season Williains handled bu.ii the 7th grade football and ra-kctball squads in the Frcc- poit system. The coaching va- i:ancy in the Freeport school i,i:ne about when Bob Oakman •nil ranks. Frerport's somi-pio Port Oukman was the.varsity bas- Cafe handed the Freeport Ma- •• • • ...,,, j or5 a dc-fcat j n a jv.r'ay prat- same with Ed Tisdnle run homer in the fourth to pace Lake Jackson at the plate. The liual outcome of (his game will r.«>. • be left up to a committee on Jinvmv rule.-:. . , Walks had a lot to do with] thr West Columbia-Bay Cit.v j Senior game as each club had! around 15 over the nine inning duel. . Three walks and a single accounted for Ihe winnina Bay Citv runs against WC. Kenneth Boone . Bobby Dunk and Charles Wallace worked on the mound Tor West Columbia. Hay City scored 14 runs in ihe first three innings against j Freeport to coast to their 7th' 'straight league win in the Senior loop. : Jerry Patterson worked the •first two innings for Freeport j w j t ],. while Bubba Willenbrfg went >:• ' Bryant and Grady Fitts for ime up with two hits, strikeout? over. Williams and Charles 12-1 win over tM Ptayoffs Follow Regula] Final 11 Moi Little League baseball In filed joining th<l Bra?oria County heads into the bills on for tonil final month tonight, with Jul ? ; The defeat foil 1st doubleheaders scheduled iwas number 11 for Fieeport. Lake Jackson.lover the entire and Angleton. \*™ fnn The pace picks up Tuesday ln a 1Pai L nines in the B-C-V the fifth r,v Good .ifi^ t their icoil on Lynn.Lori ,1 then «ror«l Hinrr work*! r th« TMratM runs cam* II k to hark hit| ison tear was the Ijike J .kees liking A 1 flung with West Colum-i (rit , white Sox in •nding teams Into the il.oague battle. i However, the Y score all 10 of the top of the si win. The While . .VO margin 'In "th errors and walks t The other Lnk Baytown moves into the'• carnival while Briu.osport's . ; , 1vnP found the 1 Ciulf'Coasl Junior Olympic pic- i Lions Field will be the region- ,| nR fcvrn lure this week, as the ihird al spot for several teams, com- f ramP summer track meet has been ing on July 18. scheduled for the Robert E. Four divisions, in both the „,,- game while the same Bay-Lee field. boy, and girls classes, will be Citv squad turned back Free-, However, the Baytown races reeled off Jn the will onlv be the second real - Dodgers .1 2 tionnl Leagl ; American Lake Jin Inuiirt the ft] Sports B I a 1312 ovfr. Itcan' only ^but the game might still go lo i Frceporl because of the player irule in T-A regulations. ' West Columbia drew a 1-0 forfeit from Bay Cit.v in a Major game las! Saturday, hut ended up in playing a practice tilt with players from other leagues joining ihe action. Bay City went nine innings before they were able to clip West Columbia 10-B. in a Sen- Junior Olympics Due Tuesday In Baytown . ... , i_ _• i _ r port by a 15-0 count on Friday. Lake Jackson notched a win in ihe Senior race when they got past Alvin B-3 in one of the weekend games. The only Junior game on the card, found Ihe Lake -lack- r.on Red Sox winning their -cvcnth without a defeat as thcv nicked the Pirates by a ivfown races. The divisions include the Midget, Junior, Intermediate nud Seniors. Several good races are forecast in the Senior division with Pasadena's Bert Coan, Baytown's Lynn Gray and Bra zoria County's Harry of due to wage a close scrap in the dashes. CoAn is the state sprint ^ „,. champion, while Gray, a with individuals speedy football like Coan, has around 500. The been right on the heels of Coan in most of their races. „„,..« Around 75 boys and girls worked on the moun will carrv the Bra?.oria County Creek. ; team banner in the Baytown! Gomes were ree action for JO teams as Inst week's event in Houston wa* rained out. The opening meet was held in Pasaciena. The Iwo previous .H) meets were held on Thursday's, but Ihe Baylowii races uill come on Tuesday, as Thursday this week falls on July 4th. Around 25 Texas Gulf Coast teams will be in the Baytown entry list numbering Brazoria County team, winner NOW IN PROGRESS AT THE STYLE I ART expected to enter the medal play event. 'season. BIG 6 DAY JULY 1st to JULY 6th ..ctball and assistant football coach last season tor Frceport. lice *.c.i-iv i*,.,. *.,*, ........n - ~~ Tisdale worked in the Smith- nv.c'un? a three-run homer Mf the team title at Pasadena, ville school system last year-lor the winners. will bo a bis choice to nab the and comes into Brar.osport In Ihe Freepon-Lake Jack- '.\nmpionship. from that area. 'son game. Jerry Spence work- from Baytown the •'" r "" r While al Sam Houston, Tis- ed on the mound for 1.1 while '7'iympic meets will shift to ..*..... -- ,' ~"j idale was one of the top base- David Stevens and James Nix- Ansleton for a July 11 track Anglcton will be entered, ball pitchers in ihe Bearcat ; squad and was also a heavy i hitting outfielder when not on , the mound. \ The Bearcat ex will move in' to Freeport within Ihe next few ' weeks and help with the Brar.- osport summer recreation pro"gram the remaining months in ;the season. i Hopper did not announce ! any more changes in the Braz- osport coaching ranks but two , holes are still left to be filled, i The Senior high is without a , basketball coacii and an assistant football coach. Robert Wagstaff, the Ship- 1 pers basketball coach for sc-v- cral years, accepted a position in Lufkin to head the Panther j; cage clubs, while Ernest Roberson stepped down from the Junior Varsity job to work at • teaching. Roberson also handled the Exporter golf squad, in addition to his football duties. These two are still open but Sttveral coaches have filed for the jobs. Hopper is expected to announce something on these spots within the newt few weeks. runs and then 15-2 win over the First place Vela? last place Clute ed to a 4-4 ti* Imp last Friday niji Walter Smith I Andres worked fo from the mound i Warren and Thritrt did the pitching f« "„."'? the seven inning d« Cherry Th(? CMf Bravei( 3-2 win over the Jl Braves in thr sec game on the Friday 'for Chit* while Lav pnhouse and Charltl IrtW-i IfirM lo a! thr lav- nks 1 in TRAV1 ion x. |ih« second NP I same. I nor games H Is.imrdny n „. on* nipping th^ |.8 while the . . comprise th»j I IN |llA7.()SroRT FREE IVICE TO PUBLIC i BUREAU Trtt.fi' l-eek Ic-V, lion-> lance I Oh- rhell! 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