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PAGE 4 - THE DAILY NEWS, Huntingdon, Mfluhf Urtldrt ond Sexton, Po., May 25,1981 ans Beaten At H-burg Mount Union, suffering an obvious letdown, dropped a 7-3 non -• league decision at Hollidaysburg Thursday afternoon. The loss snapped a four game Trojan win streak and gives them a 14-4 record going into this weekend's Bumgardner Tournament at Huntingdon. The Trojans meet Juniata Valley tonight in an eight o'clock semi - final at Blairs Field. Mount Union was coming off Monday's 2-1 win at Huntingdon which clinched a second straight Huntingdon Mifflin Counties League crown. "We were just dead today," Coach Nick Imperioli observed. Hollidaysburg, which lost 72 at Mount Union on April 3, ended a skid and now sports a 6-12spring'log. Ron Uttley's two -outhome run to right with a pair 6f teammates aboard gave ten Trojans a first - inning lead. Bob Powell reached base on a single and Steve Bokheimer via a fielder's choice to set the stage for Uttley's shot. Mount Union stranded eight runners, most in scoring positions through the next six innings. Hollidaysburg bounced back with the help of a pair of Trojan errors to score three times in its half of the first. The Tigers went ahead to stay on a solo leadoff homer by freshman Kevin Hoover in the fourth inning. The Trojans had an error later in the frame and a bases - loaded balk produced another run. The Trojans made their fourth miscue of the day in the fifth inning when H-burg tacked en two more runs. Hoover, making his first start at shortstop, led th<J Tigers with a perfect three • for - three day and drove in three runs. Brian Moist started and suffered the loss for the Trojans. He was followed by Kevin Barger and Mark Frehn. They fanned five, walked two and gave up 10 hits. Earl Weaver checked the Trojans with his curve ball, running through the raindrops while giving up nine hits. MOUNT UNION AB R M E Heasler.ss 4010 Powell,3b ,... 3112 Ernest,3b 1 o 0 o Gearhart,rf. 4010 Kelser,2b 0001 Bookhelmer.dh 4 1 1 0 Green,2b 0 o 0 o Uttley,lb 3 1 2 0 Lewls,lb 1000 Molst.p 2000 Barger.p 0000 Frehn,p 0000 Cox.ph 1000 J.Atherton.ll 2011 Goodllng.c. 3010 Port.c 0 0 0 0 Fortson.cf 3 0 1 0 Estep.ef 0 0 0 0 TOTALS :.........si 394 HOLLIDAYSBURG AB R H E R. Hoover,3b 3100 Donaldson,c 41 10 Cobler.lf 3100 Chandler,pf 0000 Rhodes,Ib 2 2 1 0 Vloles,ph 1 0 0 0 Eckard,2b 3011 K.Hoover.ss 3130 Prlce.cf 3020 Swope.rf 31 10 Weaver,? 0000 Colabrese.dh 3010 TOTALS 28 7 10 1 HR: Uttley, K. Hoover. SO: Moist 4, Frehn 1; Weaver 4. BB: Moist 1, Frehn 1; Weaver 1. HP: Moist 9, Barger 1; Weaver 9. WP: Weaver. LP: Moist. SCORE BY INNINGS: MOUNTUN10N 300 000 0-3 HBURG 300 220 X-7 Mount Union Takes Finale Mount Union's softball team "cared enough to give the very best" to Coach Jean Fleming on her birthday yesterday. A 10-5 victory in the final game of the season. The victim of the Trojans • was .visiting Southern Hun-' "'tingdon, also completing its campaign — the first as a varsity sport. Mount Union, with back-to-back wins, finished with a 9-7 mark. The young Rocket squad compiled a 3-4 record in its maiden season. The Rockets were slow to warm up offensively, but the Trojans got off to the quick start. In the first inning, Mount Union tallied three runs and added another pair for a 50 lead at the end two frames. Southern finally got untracked in the top of the third, picking up three runs with the help of some loose fielding on the part of the Trojans. Each team scored single runs in the next at-bats, so at the end of four innings the game was 6-4. A four-run fifth salted away the win for Mount Union. Southern, kept in check by southpaw hurler Kim Harbst, rallied in the seventh, but Coach Wava Baer's youngsters cashed in just one run. Senior Harbst closed out a fine career in earning her seventh win (7-6) of the season. She gave up five hits and one walk and fanned four in going the distance. Trudy Yocum (2-3) took the loss. Three Trojans went three- for-four at the plate: seniors Dolly Booher and Robin Wilkinson and junior Kim Reck. For SH, seniors Amy Book and Lisa Miller belted doubles. Harrison Of Penn Leads Decathlon V1LLANOVA, Pa. (UPI) Frank Harrison of Penn placed first in three events Thursday to take the lead after the opening day of the decathlon in the 105th 1C4A Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Harrison tallied 3,791 points after five events to hold a comfortable lead over Princeton's Brad Urschel, who had 3,683. Richard Smith of Navy held down third place with 3,661 points and Vince ReJljy of Maryland scored 3,616 for fourth. Harrison captured the opening event, the ibo-roeter dash, ir» ij.2 seconds. He won the long jump with 9 leap of 22 feet, 3'/4 inches end concluded his day by breaking the tape first in the ioo meters fa 494. He also placed third in the sholput and in a tie for fourth in the high jump. Forrest Crigler of Princeton won the snot with a throw of 445>4 and Smith and Chris Schmidt of P«»n w«r« tle4 for first iu the high jump, each leaping 6-6 1 /). SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON AB R H E ?,<•' h ,p n b. ib S3. rf . 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 .-./ ....;...!. 33 1 1 1 0 (1 0 1 0 1, 1 1 n i n i 0 0 i 0 n n i i 2 0 .2 0 Gibbons,cf Hlcks,2b Morgan,c Book.lf .. Yocum.p Wlble,3b. Stever,lb • Houck.ss. Mlller.rf. TOTALS....................31 5 5 8 MOUNT UNION AB R H E Booher.lb 4 2 3 0 Jacka.lb 10 00 Wllkln«on,2b 4 331 C. Garner,2b 0000 Fortney.c...' 4110 Claar,3b 4120 Reck.ss 4131" Coulter.rf 3002 Sunderland.rf o 0 0 0 Prlce.lf 4000 D.Garner.cf 2011 Smlth.c! 2 0.02 Harbst,p 4210 TOTALS 36 10 14 7 2B: Book, Miller. 3B: Fortney. SO: Harbst 4, Yocum 0. BB: Harbst 1; Ycum 0. HP: Harbst5; Yocum 14. WP: Harbst. LP: Yocum. SCORE BY INNINGS: SO.HUNTINGDON ....003 100 1- S MOUNT UNION 321 040 x-10 Guilfoyle Wins, Faces Mount Union The home - field advantage was much in evidence yesterday as the District Six, Class AA baseball tournament got underway. Four of the five winners were playing on home turf. Bishop Guilfoyle was the only entry to win on the road. The Marauders came back from an early 4-1 deficit to hurdle host Claysburg Kimmel by an 8-4 count. Guilfoyle goes against Mount Union, which drew one of three first - round byes, in the quarter - finals on Tuesday, May 26, The site for the 4 p.m. game will be determined by a coin flip. The other game in Mount Union's semi - final bracket saw Bald - Eagle Nittany upset Klshacoquillas 5-4 in nine innings at Mill Hall. Kish tied the game with two runs in the seventh, but had runners thrown out at the plate In both the eighth and ninth frames. A two - out single by Jeff Peters won the game for BEN, which plays a quarter • final at West Branch on Tuesday. In the bottom bracket's first - round games, Forest Hills rallied to edge Rlchland 8-7, Portland i stopped Laurel Valley 3-1 and Cambria Heights blanked Marion Center 3-0. forest Hills scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to overcome Rlchland Portage righthander Bernie Gorba fanned 12 and allowed only a pair of seventh • inning singles in handcuffing Laurel Vsjley. RigWy 0«n Ssro- marco, who has fanned 70 bitters in 36 innings this spring, tossed a one • hitter as Cambria Heights shut out ,Marionpenter. Forest HUU plays .Portage at a site to be determined and Cambria Heights visits Gleodale bt ofter May M quarter -Jinals. Newton Is Only Club Unbeaten In a full City Softball League card last evening, NewtOn Hamilton remained unbeaten with a 5-2 win over Giacobello's, U.S. Sports lost its first by 3-2 at Petersburg and Allenport trounced Fiberglasby 19-9. Newton and Giacobello's were even at 2-2 after the first but the winners scored single tallies in the second, fourth and fifth while blanking Gia'cobello's the rest of the way. Denny Flasher won and Dave Dell lost. Petersburg jumped to a 3-0 lead then allowed U.S. Sports only two fifth-inning tallies. Roger Oswald won with Jim Shook losing. At West En'd Field, Allenport and Fiberglas rapped an extra - ordinary 15 homers with Allenport getting 11 to win. Covert got the victory with Gary Reed suffering the loss. NEWTON AB Pecht Sellers B. Sellers 3 N. Barbens M.Suhderland D Flasher 0 T.Lane.dh 3 G. Sellers,dh G.Gearhart.c 4 L. Werti,cf 4 T. Matthews.rf 3 Boozel,ph TOTALS 35 5 G 0 GIACOBELLO'S AB R H E P. Hoffman,cf 3 0 1 0 D. Jaymes,3b 3 D.Varner.ss 3 W.Hughes.III.c 3 J.Whlte.rf i M.WIHIams.rr 2 D.Dell.p 1 3 P. McCartney,H 3 R. Hughes,Ib 2 L. McCartney,ph l o R. Prough,2b 3 0 0 0 Bearcats Tdp i •' ' ' o^U Tussey Team Dusted Off Tim Hurley of Huntingdon kicks up some dust with this fourth • inning steal of second base. Taking the throw is second baseman Randy Koleno of Bald Eagle Area. Hurley had three hits, including a three - run homer, made three nice catches in centerfield and picked up the mound save as the Bearcats prevailed 10-4. The old adage "all things come to those who wait" was certainly true for Huntingdon's softball team yesterday, The Bearcats waited out 18 walks and, coupled with six hits, scored an impressive 12-9 win over visiting TUssey Mountain. . The non-league contest, make up of a tilt, rained out on April 14, was the regular season finale for both teams; however, the TM Titans, Bedford County League champions', begin District Five post-season play May 29 atSchellsburg. According to Tussey coach Roberta Williams, "The key to the game tonight was pit- ching....we.didn't have it." Neither starting pitcher was able to go the route; b\>th experienced control problems. The 'Cats chased TM's Susan Baker in the second Inning after she had walked eight, which eventually turned into seven runs. Tussey ousted Huntingdon Routs BE A 10-4 In District Debut 1 0 1 1 1 3 000 0 1 0 000 020 000 002 0 0 TOTALS .....27 256 2B: L. Wertz, Hoffman, Dell. SO: Flasher 3; Dell 4. BB: Flasher 3; Dell 3. HP: FlasherS; Dell6. WP: Flasher. LP: Dell. SCORE BY INNINGS: NEWTON 210 110 0-5 GIACOBELLO'S 200 000 0-2 U.S. SPORTS AB R H E I. Casner,2b,p 4000 B.Houck.ss 3010 B.Sbope.cf ...,,.. 3 0 1 0 J.Shook,p,2b,3b..,'.,..,„,,... 3 000, C. Llghtner.lb .'....'.,.;..... 3 010 S.Jackson.c '..!'.?..'.. 3'"o 1 0 S. Fleck,3b 1000 L. Shope.rf 2000 V,Merrllls.rf l o 0 0 W.Foster,2b..: 2120 R. Casner,If... 1110 C. Wilson,rf 1000 TOTALS 27 270 PETERSBURG AB R H E J.Franks.cf 3 l l i B.Burkey.lf 2 1 0 0 C.Lightner.ss. 2 1 1 0 V S. Everhart.dh 2 0 1 0 R.Oswald.p 0 0 0 0 B. Llghtner,3b 2000 T. Woods.lb 3000 K. Rupert,r( ' 3020 A.Carper,2b 3000 M. Rupert,c 2000 TOTALS 22 3 5 1 2B: Llghtner. SO: J. Shook 1; 1. Casner 1. BB: J. Shook 3. HP: J. Shook 1; I. Casner 4, R. Oswald 5. WP: Oswald. LP-.J. Shook. SCORE BY INNINGS: U.S.SPORTS 000 020 0—2 PETERSBURG 201 000 0-3 'ALLENPORT AB R H E J.Shugarts.ss 5230 T.Booher.lf 5000 R.Roberts.lb 4420 M.Maugans,2b 5 3 5 0 H.Roberts.ci 3 2 2 0 J. Rocco.cl 2 1 1 0 T.Rerk.Sb 5120 S. Snyder.c 5 1 0 0 C.Hower.rf 1 2 l 0 J. Boozel,rf 3010 B.Covert.p 3 2 2 0 TOTALS 41 19 19 0 FIBERGLAS AB R H E G.Hack.c 2200 E.Banks,2b 4120 K.Walters.ct 4 0 0 2 L. Fleegal,3b 2 1 1 0 M.Robinson,11 4220 G.Reed.p 3000 Hart.ph l o 0 0 J. Fouat.ss 3110 T.Snyder.lb 2000 D.Brenneman.lb 11 l 0 E. Hobberihon.rf 2 0 1 0 C. Hack.rf l l l 0 TOTALS 29 992 2B: J. Boozel 1, R. Robert* 1, M. Maugans l. 3B; Shugarts l, Covert 2. HR: M. Maugans 3, Shugarts 3, H. Roberta J, Rocco I, HowerJ, R. Roberts 1. 80: T. Reck 1, Robinson 2, Fleegal 1, Bank t. BB: Covert %. HP: Covert »; Reed 19. WP: Covert. LP: Reed. SCORE BY INNINGS: ALLENPORT 314 211 6-19 FIBERGLAS 100 100 7-7 STANDINGS W L Pel. Newton , 3 0 1.000 • ' .760 .W7 Some expected and unexpected plate punch powered Huntingdon to a 10 - 4 romp over Bald Eagle Area Thursday afternoon. The District 6- AAA-first - round elimination playoff was held at Blairs Field. Tim Hurley and Jeff Burnett combined six hits, including a home run each, and drove in seven runs to shake the Bearcats out of their recent hitting slump. Huntingdon now advances into the quarter - final round Tuesday, May 26, at Chief Logan. The Bearcats, who dumped the Mingoes 14-4 and 5-0 in league play this spring, face at ,4 p.m. start at Yeagertown. Hurley, leading the Huntingdon lineup with a .444 average going into the tilt, drilled a three - run homer to Penn Street in the third inning as the Bearcats broke open the game. Hurley had three hits, made three fine catches in cent,erfield and piched two and Moose In 12-7 Win Moose continued to roll in the Huntingdon Teener League, holding on last evening to polish off Elks by a 12-7 margin. The winners had scored eight runs over the front three innings before Elks got on the board in the top of the fourth. Elks' Trevor Henry was the game's hitting standout, rapping a two-run homer in the fourth and a solo shot in the sixth in a losing cause. Gary Morder went the distance for the win, striking out five, walking two and allowing just five hits. Starter Doug Hilling suffered the loss for Elks. ELKS AB R H E Carman,ss,2b 3201 Crayoskl,cf,p 4 o 0 0 Hilling,p,cf 3 0 l 0 Radl,3b 3100 Henry,ss 3220 Guyer.lf 3 1 1 0 Cutshall.c 3100 Bumgardner.lb 3 o o 0 Leonard,3b,2b 1010 Kyler.rf 2 o o 0 Stroman.rf , 1 0 o 0 TOTALS 29 7 5 1 MOOSE AB R H E Walter,2b 4120 R. Snare,2b o Morder.p 3 Ambrose,3b 4 T. Snare,ss .'. 4 Hurley.cUl 3 Rltchey.c 3 C. Riggleman.c o Brlggs.lb 4 Gordon,Ib 0 Neary.lf i B. Rlggleman.cf 2 Rutter.rf 3 MUler.rl i 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Alienport 3 1 U.B.SporU t \ Petersburg : 2 3 .500 Glacobello's 1 S .250 .0 4 .000 Sports Deals * Be»ebell Houston - Activated pitcher Vern Ruble. Footbell Houston — Signed tackle Willie Jsco of Ohio St«te, tackle Steve Fefer of Texas Aftl. cornerback James Holder of Southern Colorado, defensive cod Charles Marshall of Texas A&M, linebacker Nee) Taliiearo of Tarleton State, kicker Press Theriot of West Texas State, running back Rich Thoraaselll of West Virginia Wesleyaa, and linebacker Brett Wllllaros of Austin Peay to free agent contracts. College Fordbam - Basketball Coach Tom Fenders signed 3 five-year contract tbrougi the 1W5-W season. TOTALS 3? 12 13 4 2B: Snare, Butter, Walters. HR: Henry 2. SO: Hilling 3, Crayoskl 6; Morder 5. BB: Hilling 5; Morder t. HP: HDIIng 10, Cr«yoik| 3; Morder 5. WP: Morder. UP-. Hilling. SCORE BY INNINGS: ELKS .- 400 4U 1- 7 MOOSE'. 33» 310 *-» STANDINGS W L Pel. Moo»e 4 i .800 VFW 4 » .goo Kyper's Insurance 3 j .goo S"»ergl»» } J .500 EUl 2 4 .333 Junlala v»U»y l 3 .2(0 Peon Central Bank i 4 .2(M two - third innings of hitless relief to earn a save. Burnett enjoyed a perfect three - for • three day atjhe dish and drove in four runs. He jumped on a high fastball for a two - run shot to right field in the second inning as Huntingdon took the lead for keeps." Burnett carried only a .200 average into the contest. There were other batting stars, too, as the 'Cats pounded out a dozen hits off a pair of BEA righthanders. Steve Purdy had two hits in as many at-bats and scored twice and Dave Miller drilled a. long-run scoring triple to right in the sixth inning. "1 was glad to see us finally start to hit the ball the way we can," Bearcat coach Ed Hoffman reflected. The Bearcats boosted their spring log to 11-7 and dropped the Eagles to 7-9. Lefty Rich Smucker (2-2) worked the first four and one third innings to pick up the mound .win.j.Ke,vin JJowman threw' to One ^batter while Hurley left the game to warm up. Huntingdon pitching fanned nine, walked two and gave up six hits. The 'Cats scored an unearned run in the first with Mike Snare's single picking up the RBI. BEA took a brief .lead in the second. After 'Smucker retired the first two Eagles on strikes, he hit Wayne Thompson with a pitch and Gary Shaw followed with a hooking homer to left. Burnett's blow regained the upper hand for Huntingdon in the second and Hurley's shot plus an rbi single by Burnett opened some breathing room in the third. A double by Randy Meyers ignited a two - run Eagle rally in the fifth, but the 'Cats countered that with two runs in the home half of the fifth and added another marker in the sixth. Starter Bob McClure took the loss. He was followed on the mound by Thompson and David Shaw. BALD EAGLE AREA AB R H E Randy Myers,cf 4110 Simpson,rf 4000 Gardner,Ib 3110 RonMyers.ll 3010 Koleno,ss,2b 3000 JacUson.pr o o o o Strunk,2b 0002 D.Shaw.p o o o o Thompson,dh,p 1101 G.Shaw,3b , 3110 Wlser.c 3011 McClure.p 1010 Murgas.pr 0000 Doran.ss 2000 TOTALS 27 464 HUNTINGDON AB R H E Border,as 4000 Smucker.p.cl 3210 Snare.c 3110 Hurl*y,r,cf 4230 Bowman,p 0000 MUler.lb 4010 Sellera.rt 3000 Rlggleroan.rl 1000 Garman,3b 0 0 0 l Br.enaeman,dh 2210' Purdy,2b 2220 Burnett,)! 3 t 3 0 TOTALS 2» 10 H J }B: Randy Myers. SB: MUler. HR: G. Shaw, Burnett, Hurley. SO: McClure 2, Thompson 3; Smucker (.Hurley 3. BB: MeClure3,Thomp«on 1; Smucker 2. HP: McClure 6. Thompson 6; Smucker 6. WP: Smucker.LP: McClure. SCORE BY INNINGS: BALD EAGLE ARE A.. 020 020 0- 4 HUNTINGDON.. m on x-io Home Run Trot Jeff Burnett of Huntingdon rounds second base following a two - run homer in the second inning of Thursday's 10 - 4 playoff win over visiting Bald Eagle Area. Burnett had three hits and drove in four runs to help spark the Bearcat offense. Moose Whips McTown By .7-4 Moose took advantage of its opportunities in last evening's Huntingdon City Baseball League contest and beat McConnellstown by a score of 7-4. The victory evens the Lodgemen's season mark at 1- t while the loss dropped MacTown from the ranks of the unbeaten and left them at 1-1. It was a scoreless pitcher's duel through the first three innings with neither team able to push a run across. In the top of the fourth, however, Moose took advantage of the only MacTown error of the game to break the "ice and tally two runs. In the top of the fifth, Moose broke the contest open with a five-run outburst. Greg Donaldson singled to drive in two and a wild pitch allowed a third. Mike Zauzig's bases- loaded single brought home two more. A Pave Smith single drove in the first MacTown run in the bottom of the fifth. In the seventh, MacTown rallied for three more. . Poug Mizzi singled in one and a Gary Snare double accounted for the final two. , Donaldson went all the way to win for Moose, striking out seven, walking four and allowing just seven hits. Starter Boone Gibboney was tagged with the loss for MacTown. MOOSE AB R H E Myer»,3b 4 0 1 1 Forr.ss j i o 0 Prlce.cf 3110 Donaldson,p 3 1 1 0 Dlttsworth.rf 2 1 1 0 Thomas,rl l l 0 0 J.Zauzlg.c 2110 Frank,Ib 2 0 0 0 D. Los,2b 2 0 0 1 M.Zauilg,2b,lb 3010 Greene,If .' 3 1 1 1 TOTALS 28 773 MacTOWN AB R H E B. Gibboney,p,ss 4210 T. Gibboney,c( 3 000 DougMliil.lb 3 1 1 0 Smith,c 4130 G.Snare.Sb.p 4 0 1 1 McEtrath,2b,p t o B o Dennis Mliil.ph 1000 Llnnlnger,ss,2b,3b ] o t 0 R. Greenland,If 3000 Cornellu»,rC a 0 0 0 TOTALS i 28 471 2B: Smith, G. Snare. SO: Donaldson 7; B, Gibboney 2, G. Snare l, BB: Donaldson 4; B. Gibboney 4, McElrath 2. HP: Donaldson 7; B. Gibboney 3, McElratti), G. Snare 3. WP: Donaldson. LP: Gibboney. SCORE BY INNINGS: MOOSE 000 250 0-7 MacTOWN 000 010 $-4 STANDINGS W L Pet. South Side 1.000 Foster's E«on .500 McConnellstown .$00 Moose .500 VFW 500 Barry's Arco 0 .goo Lakers o .000 Play Better Golf with JACK NICKLAUS NOER THOSE ClRCUMSTflNee I THINK YOU V U- PIHD IT PRVS OVER THE UONG TO Patty Cameron in the fourth when she gave up a walk and thfee singles which, c6upled with three 'Cat errors and two more singles off reliever Sue McEwen, tied the score at 1-1, By the end of S'a frames, the score was knotted again, at 99. Huntingdon tagged Gracy (7-3) for three insurance runs in. the bottom of the sixth, the big blow being Darla Malcolmis double with the bases loaded. Gracey, In the third, tripled and scored TM's second run then hit a towering solo home run to deep straightaway center in the sixth. Huntingdon ended its season with an 8-8 record, winning six of its last seven games to reach the .500 mark. Tussey, with its second straight loss, falls to 10-4. Erratic pitching, which has yielded 35 bases on balls the last two games, has been TM's demise. Terming yesterday's game "our best all-around game of the year," HA coach Pete Sellers said "It's been a very satisfying season from the standpoint we improved every ballgame." TUSSEY MOUNTAIN AB R Masood.lb 4 Berthold,3b.ss 4 Mlller.cf 5 Gracey,ss,p 4 S.K.Baker.H 3 " S. Baker,p,3b 4 Jones.rl 2 Dean.c 3 Thorn as,2b 4 1 H E 1 0 2 1 1 6 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 TOTALS 33 9 12 4 HUNTINGDON AB R H E 5. Shafter.ss 2 2 1 1 Malcolm,Ib '. 3110 Flttery.ct 3101 McEwen,2b,p 5011 Spayd,3b 2011 Cramer,3b 2000 Brechblel.rl 1 2 0 0 L.Shaffer,c 4 1 1 0 Cameron,? 0000 Pollock,2b 0 0 0 0 Ersek.dh 0200 Heart.ph 0100 Knable.lf 3 2 1 l TOTALS.. 25 12 6 5 2B: Malcolm. 3B: Gracey. HR: Gracey. SO: Cameron 1; McEwen 2; Baker 2; Gracey 5. BB: Cameron 3; McEwen 2; Baker 8; Gacey 10. HP: Cameron 6; McEwen 6; Baker0; Gracey 6. WP: McEwen. LP: Gracey. SCORE BY INNINGS: TUSSEYMTN Oil 511 0- 9 HUNTINGDON 070 203 X-12 HUNTINGDON DODGERS ' AB R H E JefIHouck.lb.rf 3120 Shope.rf 2 1 10 Stapleton.rf 0200 Hlrsch,p,ss .'..4 3 l 0 Johns,ss,p 6 5 3 1 Prtce.Ct 6540 JohnHouck,2b .'.. 4310 Dunkle,2b 1100 Rudy.c 5 3 2 1 Brunton.lb 3120 Elllot,3b 5122 Woods,)! 1000 Prendergast.lf 0100 Speck.lf 4100 TOTALS 44 28 IB 4 GIANTS AB R H E Herncane.lf 1000 Brenneman.lf 1 0 o 1 Buckley,If 0 1 0 0 C.Crayosky.c 2 311 Casner,ss,p 3212 Knode.cf 3200 Mlller.lb 4 1 4~0 Gutsball.rf 1000 Lehman.rl 1000 Simpson,rf 2000 Lightner,2b,ss 3 0 1 3 Cllnton,3b 1000 Lepard,3b 1 0 0 1 Maylock,2b 1103 M.Crayosky,p,2b,3b 2 000 TOTALS 26 10 7 11 2B: Price, Casner, Miller 2, Jeff Houck. SO: Johns 6; Hlrsch 4; Casner 2, M. Crayosky 4. BB: Johns 6, Hlrsch 3; Casner 7, M. Crayosky 3. HP: Johns 3, Hlrsch4; Casner 15, M. Crayosky 3. WP: Johns. LP: Casner. SCORE BY INNINGS: DODGERS f 000 11611 - 28 GIANTS 204 310-10 STANDINGS W L Pet. Pirates 7 0 1.000 Braves 6 1 .857 Dodgers 6 l .857 Cardinals 3 4 .429 Cubs 2 5 .286 Giants.' 2 5 .286 Reds 2 5 .286 Phillies 0 7 .000 MOUNT UNION PIRATES AB R H E Secrest.c Wilson, ss Scott, Ib S. Fye,2b Baker 2b . . • Welch.Sb ; Walker.Sb Ketner,r , . , , . Parks, p Copenhaver.ir.rf Kyle.rf LM,|| Soydor rf . . . . ' ™ TOTALS 3 BRAVES AB Micky Cramer, If Holltbaugb u Mark Cramer 3b Corbln,c >. . . . V AUffhn D C. Cr»mer,lb 3b,l| Johnson ?b Ritchey.lf R. Cramer.Zb Love.ll K«st«r,lb '. B*nks.Sb Sh»nk.3h TOTALS » 2 0 1 220 320 2 1 0 0 I 0 too QOO 1 2 0 000 too 1 0 o o ! 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 1 R H B 1 3 1 1 1 I 0 0 0 t g 0 0 } S 000 000 » 1 10*7 19: Kt*ter. W. WUWB. HR: Ke%ter. SO: parks 7; Vaughn 3. BB: p«ki «; Vaughn*.HP: P»rk»l»; Vaughn?. WP: SCORE BY INNINGS: PWATES....... ...«? OSi-u BRAVES l«2 »o- | STANDINGS w L Pet C«b| :-..! 6 t-OJ» A'l « » ,789 *S4J * 4 .809 Olwtl • 1 t «» YfrtMI»vi"^i.'"'""•!•. I •*» WrWl* • 11

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