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GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1999 DAILY NfAVS B3 West-Isle defeated Santa Fe in extra ii From staff reports Santa Fe pulled out an 8-5 victory Friday night over Galveston West-Isle in eight innings in District 14 Little League major league tournament play at Santa Fe. West-Isle scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning to tie the game at 5-5 and force extra innings. In other winners bracket games Friday, Texas City East knocked off La Marque-West Texas City 10-6, and Galveston East advanced after Bayshore withdrew fiom the tournament. In 9- and 10-year-old tournament play Friday, NASA West ended League City National's season with a 4-2 at the Bayside Little League complex in Seabrook. It was the only game played in the tournament Friday. After taking today and Sunday off for the Fourth of July holiday, the final two unbeaten teams, Galveston West-Isle (3-0) and Bayside (3-0), will square off at 7 p.m. Monday at Galveston East's Lindale Park. The winner advances to the championship game of the double-elimination tournament, which is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Baytown Central. In 11-year-old tournament play Friday, Santa Fe Green rallied from a 6-0 deficit to eliminate League City American 116 in a losers bracket game. Going into play today, only four teams remain in the double-elimination tournament. Baytown East (4-1) will play Santa Fe Green (3-1) at 6 p.m. today in a losers bracket game. 9- and 10-ywmW towmnwnt Friday's iwutt. Low* bracket NASA West 4, League City National 2 Monday's (mm WIMWS bracket Bayside vs. Galveston West-Isle, 7 p.m. at Galveston East toteri bracket NASA West vs. Santa Fe, 7 p.m. at Baytown East ll-yoat-otd tournament |«H games at Baylown Wot) FtWiy'i rewltt LOMII bracket Santa Fe Green 11, League City American 6 Baytown East 7, Texas City East 3 Today's farm* Winners bracket Bayside vs. League City National, 8 p.m. Low! bracket Santa Fe Green vs. Baytowi East, 6 p.m. Major League (a&t 11-12) tournament Friday's results Winners bracket Baytown West vs. NASA East, late NASA West vs. Bayside, late Gateston East def. Bayshore, forfeit Santa Fe 8. Galveston West-Isle 5 (8 inn.) Texas City East 10. La Marque-West Texas City 6 Losers bracket League City American 11, Baytown East 1 League City National 9, Baytown North 5 Galveston Central 10, Hitchcock 0 Monday'! Cantos Wlnnenbncktt Dickinson vs. Bayiown West-NASA East winner. B p.m. at League city Baytown Central vs. NASA West-Bayside winner. 8 p.m. at Baytown North Texas City West vs. Galveston East. 8 p.m. at La Marque Santa Fe vs. Texas City East. 8 p.m. at Galveston West-Isle Loun bracket League City American vs. NASA West-Bayside loser, 6 p.m. at League City League City National vs. Baytown West-NASA East loser, 6 p.m. at Baytown North Galveston West-Isle vs. La Marque-West Texas City. 6 p.m. at Galveston West-Isle Wife takes over lead in gaffiop catfish event Astros Continued from Page Bl Everett had four hits, including an inside-the-park homer and a two-run double in the eighth that pulled the Astros into a first-place tie with Cincinnati in the NL Central. Jeff Bagwell added his 26th homer. "We just wanted to win," Bagwell said. 'It's not like we were trying to set a tone. We've won the division the last two years. This is a veteran team that's gone through some bad streaks before." No team's been through a good streak quite like Cincinnati's. The Reds won 10 in a row against first-place teams, a first in the modern era. The sweep in Houston last weekend rekindled interest in the Reds, who sold 11,000 tickets Friday and drew 35,591 for the game and a fireworks show afterwards. "It was disappointing," said Reds starter Steve Parris, who struggled through five innings. "Hopefully they were here for the game and not just for the fireworks. It's disappointing to give up nine hits and five runs before 40,000 people." GALVESTON-A slight improvement in area fishing activity that's hoped to translate into some quality Fourth of July holiday action was reported late Friday. A handful of changes in the ongoing Tackle Time Tournament in Texas City also highlighted Friday's fishing report. One of the day's best catches came from the island's far West End where Herri Beck of West Bay Marina reported Joe Paul Wright in with a quality mix of fish. In all, the angler caught four flounder to 22 inches and six nice speckled trout to 18 inches, and the action was under the lights at Wright's canal property. The fish went for live shad, and it also was reported that a lot of flounder were undersized and had to be released. Another quality West Bay catch was recorded by Ralph Wagner who was with guide "Hook-em" Honus. In all, Wagner caught nine hefty speckled trout to 20 inches and one flounder. The action was in West Bay and near the Pelican Bridge, and live shrimp and piggy perch were the baits of choice. In offshore action, Capt. Mike Horton of Brand-X put the Scott Hoffman party of five on a "great day" of action that included 10 keeper ling to 54 pounds and a full limit of kingfish for all aboard. Over at the Texas City Dike, Charlie Chancy of the Tackle Time Tourney said CJB. Bailey of Hitchcock dropped to second place in the gafftop catfish event, and it was Bailey's wife who turned the tide. Chaney said Mary Bailey came in Friday with a 6.14- pound gafftop, and it dropped C.B. to second with his 6.6 pounder. Alton Cripps is in the third slot at 6.3 pounds. In the inshore open event, Larry Ayala owns first place with a 3.2-pound ladyfish; Russell Cripps is in second with a real nice 1.6-pound whiting; and Paul Trahan controls • FISHING REPORT third with a 1.5-pound whiting. The only other alteration was in the youth sand trout category where Jenny Cambiano moved to first place with a 1.4- pound sandy followed by Michael Rogers at 0.14 and Jackie Kadlecek at 0.13. Thursday's speck of the day winner was Darrell Graham with a 2.7-pound trout. In the inshore category, anglers can compete in speckled trout, flounder, gar, stingray, jackfish, sheepshead, gafftop- sail, redfish and inshore open events, while offshore anglers can partake in open shark, ling, red snapper, kingfish and offshore open events. Inshore open eligible species are bluefish, tripletail, sand trout, whiting, croaker, ladyfish and dogfish while offshore open includes amberjack, barracuda, bonito, dorado, black grouper, Warsaw grouper, yellowfin grouper, blue marlin, white marlin, pompano, sailfish, scamp, lane snapper, gray triggerfish, queen triggerfish, yel- lowfin tuna and wahoo. Open shark eligible species include tiger, bull and greater hammerhead and the minimum weight will be 200 pounds. hi the youth event, participants can win savings bonds for top sand trout, croaker, blue crab and hardhead catfish catches. Cash prizes in the offshore events are: open shark $750, $350 and $200 for the top three rungs; ling $225, $125 and $100; red snapper $250, $150 and $100; king mackerel $300, The Inside Track Gulf Greyhound Park Picks Saturday matinee Post time: 1:30 p.m. 1st Race (5/16 mile. grado.-A) #4. Sugarloaf Hill Not long in A. #5. Seegold Jack #7. Y Knot Hilton tt3. Gable Thumper 2nd Race (5/16 mile, gradciM) #8. Boxed Comes on late. #1. R's Stonewall #6. GLB's Red Rocket #5. Canaima Sin 3rd Race (5/16 mile, gradc:C) #4. Bella Emily Impressive box to wire last out. til. Fabled Taylor #8. DV's Devastation #7. Prima Clyde 4th Race (5/16mllo. grade:M) #5. By New No settling this time. #7. LG'sOx #4. Slatex Lovely K2. Bingo Daisy 5th Rnce (5/16 mile. grodo:B) #3. Tool Blair Likes the grade. #4. JR's Tender Lady #1. Blurry #7. River Spicey Friday's results 6th Raco (5/16 mile, grado:M) #6. Baby Bax Impressive school. #5. ATD Dutchman #4. Don's Escena #2. lisa Hi Roller 7th Race (5/16 mile, grado:D) #7. Bob's Ivy Rallies late. #4. Fabled Janna #2. Dash Around 01. Tyra Walker 8th Race (5/16 mllD, grade:C) #6. Devon Can Do It Has big closing ability. #2. Wildcat Nautica #5. Franks Speed #7. Rodeo Jubilee 91h Race (5/16 mile. grado:B) #8. Eltex Wag Good grade and post. #1. Ed's Court #7. Silver Frost #3. Just Delia 10th Raco (5/16 mile, grade:C) #5. Seegold Superb Shows lots of heart. #2. Hoov's Stardust #7. U Too Cream Puff #1. Bob's Tootse llth Raco (5/16 mile, grade:D) #3. Ginger Walker Box to wire last D. #4. Secret Envoy #7. Y Knot Catch Me #5. Bob's Lessig 4th Raco 12th Raco (5/16 mile, grade:AA) #7. Superior Racey Easier field this time around. #5. Allina Days Work #4. Rio Freckles #3. Slatex Michael Best Bet-#6. Baby Bax in the 6th race. Best Longshot-#3. Ginger Walker in the llth race. Saturday evening Post time: 7:30 p.m. 1st Race (5/16 mllo, erado:A) #5. Slatex Pam Showed with a tough schooling field. #6. GLB's Hunter Boy HI. Raginbustinahootie #8. Rodeo Fawn Bond 2nd Race (S/16 mile, grade:8) tti. Basic Work Driving finish. #2. MPS Jessica tn. CJ Garth #8. Mark Maley 3rd Race (5/16mllo, grado:M) #8. R's Fancy Free Late victory. til. Casual Cam #1. Mystery Magic #3. JG Powerplay (5/16 mile. grado:S) #3. Rio All Alone Perfect timing. #1. Bob's Angelita #8. Slatex Loren #4. Gable Hunter 5th Raco (5/16 mile, Brado:S) #8. Rasta Pup Settles no more. #4. Bobbye's Senator #7. JG's Code Red #3. GLB's Pitchyrita 6th Raco 15/16 mllo, grade J) #5. BX's Rowdy Just up late. #3. Dartagnan #2. Atascocita Flyer #7. Rio DotCom 7th Race (3/8 mllo. grado:T) #3. Rodeo Jason Big finish. #4. Slatex Clirisy #5. Gable Chanlilly #6. SC's Eclipse 8th Race (5/16 mllo, Brade:S) #4. Senior Norma Back and ready for this contest. #1. Slatex Chester #8. HJS Dark Warrior #3. Gable Hanz 9th Race (5/16 mile, grade:S) #4. Slatex Shell One of everyone's favorites. ttl. AZ Crown Royal #6. Jordon Jo #3. JG Traylor 10th Race (5/16 mllo, grado:A) #8. GLB's Pit Boss Not long in A. #3. Dream Walkin #2. By Thinking #4. P's Dakota llth Raco (5/16 mllo. BradciS) #2, Toedy just missed last time. 117. Gable Express #4. ATD Wrangler it8. Eltex Lizzy 12th Race (5/16 mllo. giado:S) ttl. AZ High Voltage Takes charge last. #8. Gable Luke #7. AE's Cam Two #5. GLB's Helper 13th Race (5/16 mile. grado:AA) #3. P's Quick Wizzer Looks good with a fast break. #4. By's Cobie #8. Whytell Forest #7. Tolly Best Bet-#l. AZ High Voltage In the 12th race. Best Longshot-#5. Slatex Pam In the 1st race. Results from Friday racing at Gulf Greyhound Park. For information, call (409) 986-9500. Matinee _____ " 1st Race ~ 5-16 B T-30.78 frBuddy's Bogey 11.80 7.00 2.80 1-AZ Zazzles 3.20 2.10 2 Slatex Glcnda 2.60 0-169.90 E:6-l 51.90 Tnfccta: 6-1-2 143.20 71.60 __ 2nd Race 5-16 D T-31.20 2-Y Knot Party On 8.40 6.80 4.20 4 Jetta Mary B 6.00 5.20 8-No Negotiation 3.00 02417.70E:2-4 120.60 Trifecta: 2-4-8 481.80 240.90 Daily Double 6-2: $46.20 _ 3rd Race _ " 5-16 M T-31.18 3-BigBen 10.20 12.40 5.60 7-Prima Top Style 6.00 5.60 Mori Jo 5.80 0:3-7 13.50C:3-7 112.20 Trifecia: 3-7 1 204.60 102.30 4th Rice 546 M T-31.18 1-Hcy Knock It Off 4.80 3.00 2.10 7-Brazo Echo 3.60 2.20 6-DGF Blazn Breeze 2.40 Q-l-7 5.00 E:l-7 25.50 Tritecta: 1-7-6 70.20 35.10 SthRne* ' 5-16 8 T-31.08 8-Bampy Johnson 9.40 4.80 5.40 a-Woortrow Todd 5,00 9.20 7 Boo Bob BOD 3.40 Q 3-8 14.90 E:8-3 96.90 Superfecta: ft 3 7-4 5464.00 6th. RffC0 S-l« D T-3.1.23 2 Be Carded 12.20 5.40 3.40 &GNC Royal Sparta ^.60 3.20 3.60 Twin-Tri 2fr5: $753.00 (1 Exchange) 7th Race 5-16 J T-30.72 2 DGF Ditta Ditta 20.00 21.80 9.20 5-Amy's Kangaroo 17.60 8.60 8 Jetta Honeygar 9.60 Q:2-5 59.00 E:2-5 813.60 Trifecta: 25-8 2834.20 1417.10 Twin-Tri Carryover $2,172 8th Race 5-16 D T-31.13 6-8rokenTalk 16.00 5.40 3.20 1-Candy Sue 6.80 3.40 3-Damon Hokus 4.40 Q:l-6 10.00 E:6-l 69.00 Trifecia: 6-1-3 184.00 92.00 9th Race Evening 5.40 2.80 1st Raco 5-16 B T-30.99 6-Corkys Harddrive 12.20 7.00 5.80 1-V Knot Tyson 5.60 3.40 7-MDS Gran Taishati 12.20 Scratched Bob's Mason 0:1-6 21.00 E:6-l 110.40 Trifecia: 6-1-7 365.40 182.70 10th R»c» 8-16 C T-31.04 5-Prima Rembrant 18.80 6.60 3.60 4-Wiidcat Drakkar 4.40 3.40 3-Gable Fred 2.80 0:4-523.10 E-.S-4 89.40 Trifecta: 5-4-3 527.00 263.50 Pk3 2 of 3; $28.60 _ HthR»c« ~~ 5-16 D T-31.21 3-MPS Elliott 6.80 3.20 3.00 7-AE's Doug Two 3.40 2.40 8-Gable Ethel 3.40 Q:3-7 6.70 E:3-7 32.40 Trifecta: 3-7-8 105.20 52.60 0-26 28.50 E:2-6 254.40 Pk3 1S-2: $390.00 5-16 AA T-30,83 3-Odd Skill 7.60 6.80 3.60 5-flyi««B3bs 11.80 5.20 8-Birch Beer 2.60 Q:3-5 14.30 E:3-5 90.30 Superfe«a:3-5«-7 1973.60 On TriKk Himdle $m,6M Tot* Hmwtl* $209,«99 999 S-16 B T-30.95 8-AZPopATop 3.80 2.80 2.40 7-Jctta Midknight 5.20 3.60 4 Keith's Paula 3.60 Q:7-8 6.10 E:8-7 28.80 Trifecia: S-7-4 113.80 56.90 2nd Race M.6C T-31.06 2Cherri Brandy 32.60 12.20 5.60 8-TH Follow Me 7.00 3.80 7-He's My Snowman 4.80 0:2-8 57.10E:2-8 2888.10 Trifecta: 2-8-7 1587.20 793.60 Daily Double 8-2: $95.80 3rd Race ~~ 64.6~MT-31.53 5-Bench Warmer 11.40 3.80 2.60 7-Jetta Spark 2.60 2.20 1-Sakkara Eurostar 3.20 0:5-7 5.70 E:5-7 39.30 Trifecia: 5-7-1 140.80 70.40 4th Rncg 5-16 C T-30.83 7-Classic Cain 10.60 4.20 3.20 8-Y Knot Elgin 3.00 2.60 3-Bronty 4.20 0:7-8 8.70 E:T-8 66.60 Tritecta: 7-&3 378.20 189.10 5th Rftce 6-16 A T-30.78 2-P'sBayDay 6.80 3.00 4.20 3-Slatex Kasey 6.20 4.60 8-Raiphy 5.40 Q:2-3 10.40 E:2-3 60.90 Superfecta: 2-3-8-41513.00 ethRaee ~~ S-16 ; T-31.46 4-Magnanimous 7.80 5.00 3.00 1-AB Lex Mojo 5.60 4.00 3-Gaole Hershey 3.20 0:1-4 20.00 E:4-l 104.40 Twin-Tri 4-1-3: $107.20 (10 Exchanges) ?K3 7-24: $192.20 7th R»ce S-16 A T-30.62 •i-Sfflasn 10.00 5.60 340 3-AZ Dustin Justin 11.80 G-Gable Desperado 0:34 23.20 E:4-3 131.70 Tritecta: 4 33 293.80 146.90 Twin Tri Carryover S3. 244 8th Race 5-16 i C T-31.10 8-Hungarian Boogie 19.00 10.60 5.20 5-Bob's Paur 6.60 4.00 &Slatex Bronco 3.00 0:5 8 26.20 E:8-5 244.50 Tnfecla: 8-56 678.80 339.40 9th Race 34 DT-38.62 5-Molotov's Power 6.60 4.00 3.20 1-Rich's Pasqualli 31.80 9.60 2-WFO Critter 6.80 0:1-5 33.50 E:5-l 149.40 Trifecta: 5-1-2 812.80 406.40 10th Race 5-16 A T-30.82 2-Lahoma Mid Might 6.40 4.40 3.20 1-Tazzy Jo 7.40 3.40 8Ws Dallas 3.00 Q:l-2 7.50 E:2-l 37.80 Trifecta: 2-1-8 72.60 36.30 PK3 8-5-2: $346.40 _ _ Ulh Race _ S-l« C T-31.42 6-Country Chipper 18.80 S.OO 8.60 1-Fabled Gilligan 5.40 4.60 SDreaded Mail 4.60 Q:1632.60E:6-1 176.10 Trifecta: 6-1-5 799.60 399.80 SEAFOOD&BAIT! STAR TOURNAMENT HEADQUARTERS — FISH OF THE WEEK — FHESH GROUPER HULETS Fresh Red Snapper • Lirvj • Amberjack • Grouper Scallops • Flounder • Ujfester Taile • Soft-Shell Crab •Charters • Live 4 Ctead Baft • Crabs • Table Shrimp •Crab Meat • Fish • Cranfish • FiwJh Oysters 741-1360 «1727 61" Street (Formerly Nc?grlnl*e) Happy 4th of July! S-16 A T-31.04 5-HJS Better Times 18.20 10.40 4.40 2 Roscoe Snow 6.00 3.60 1 Hoov's Boomerang 3.60 Q;2-5 18.50 E:^2 129.30 Superfeeta: 5-2-1-3 1209.40 _ 13th Race _ 3-S TA T-37.71 7-Y Knot Mirage 10.00 6.00 3.80 6-Mike It's On S.40 5.60 8-Slatex Janet 3.60 0:6-7 14.40 E:769S.10 Superfeeta. 76-8-2 1213.40 On Tritek Huoifle $153,6*3 $284,723 1.357 I.ITKH Offer Good Thtu July 9,1999 Cash & Carry an Sale Item Cin 2338 Palmer Hwy. Texas City 945-3905 Tackle Time leader board f\f The leader board for the Texas City-La Marque Jaycees Tackle Time Fishing Tournament as of 6 p.m. Friday. The tournament ends July 4. Weights are listed in pounds and ounces. Open category entries are ranked according to percentage of the state record for that species. INSHORE Speckled trout Flounder Stingray Sheepshead Jackflsh Gafftop Catfish Gar Inshore open Species OFFSHORE Open shark Ling Red snapper King mackerel Offshore opan Species YOUTH INSHORE Sand trout Croaker Blue crab Hardhead catfish 1ST PLACE Mike Cubbage 6.9 Dennis Crawford 4.14 Mike Kelly 132.0 Donny Stanfield 9.8 Tim McClellan 26.10 Mary Bailey 6.14 Freddie Ramos 125.0 Larry Ayala 3.2 (ladyfish) 1ST PLACE None Johnny Gomez 17.15 Russell Cripps 15.9 Johnny Gomez 10.4 DarreH Johnston 7.13 Bonito 1ST PLACE Jenny Cambiano 1.4 JakkiKadlacakO.13 David Heiman 8.12 Trey Morton 1-13 2ND PLACE VernonFox 5.11 David Duncan 4.6 None John Medlin 7.5 C.B. Bailey 26.0 C.B. Bailey 6.6 Steven Rogers 78.13 Russell Cripps 1.6 (whiting) 2ND PLACE None Johnny Gomez 14.10 None Johnny Gomez 7.10 Darrsll Johnston 6.2 Bonito 2ND PLACE Michael Rogers 0.14 CailBaSchirmerQ.13 David Heiman 8.1 Elizabeth Goodson 1-12 3RD PLACE Bill Morris 5.9 Melanie Pennington 4.0 None Chris Springer 7.3 Chane Standley 25.15 Alton Cripps 6.3 Tim McClellan 56.0 PaulTrahan 1.5 (whiting) 3RD PLACE None None None DarreH Johnston 6.9 Darrell Johnston 7.4 Dorado 3RD PLACE JakfciKadlacekO.13 CaileaSchirmerO.11 Caelob Carter 8-0 TaraCrippin1.l1 Weights are listed in pounds and ounces. Crab in'»inches. Speck ol the day — 6-26: Mike Cubbage 6.9; 6-27: Jim Rabon 4.13; 6-28: Randy Paridee 4.10; 629: Bill Morris 5.9; 6-30: Ken Pharis 3.12; 7-1: Darrell Graham 2.7; $200 and $100; and offshore open $200, $100 and $75. Inshore anglers also have quality cash prizes to shoot for in six categories. The top prize in the speckled trout category will be $500 Mowed by $250 for second and $100 for third; flounder ($200, $125, $75); gar ($125, $75, $50); stingray ($200, $125, $75); sheepshead ($125, $75, $50); jackfish ($200, $100, $50); gafltopsail ($150, $100, $50); open ($125, $75, $50); and red- fish ($500 for first place only). New for 1999 is the redfish event which will include one winner, and the fish must fit within the legal guidelines (20 to 28 inches) as set down by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Oversized redfish that have been tagged don't qualify. Speck of the Day cash prizes will be $50 for the heaviest speckled trout weighed in each day throughout the tournament. One of the meet's highlights is the traditional raffle. Tickets will be $2 each or six for $10, and the winner will receive a choice of five boats, two SeaD- oos or $5,000 in cash. For leader-board updates, call: youth event, (409) 9470342; inshore, (409) 947-0343 and offshore, (409) 947-0344. The meet concludes at noon Sunday. SATURDAY TIDES: High at 9:30 a.m. (1.4); low at 1:08 a.m. (-0.1). SATURDAY SUN: Rise at 6:24 a.m.; set at 8:23 p.m. SATURDAY MOON: Rise at 11:56 p.m.; set at 10:43 a.m. ® To get your fishing report In The Daily News, call Vlnce Stiglteh Jr. at (409) 683-5273 or (800) 561-3611, Ext. 5273. There Is no charge for this service. E.G. Auto In Jamaica Beach • 16501 Jean Complete Auto Repair Air Conditioning Special Free Performance Test & Free Freon (134A) w/ any afr conditioning services Specializing In Air Conditioning • Brakes • Front Ends • Motor Home Repair 3493 State Inspections po^r 943-3493, AL'S DPS CERTIFIED CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE TRAINING & RENEWAL CLASSES HELD DAILY INCLUDES FREE LUNCH, RANGE, CLASSROOM, FINGERPRINTS, PHOTOS, NOTARY AND FREE USE OF SEMI-AUTO HANDGUN. 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