The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 4, 1976 · Page 7
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Junior Timberettes quolify for state Junior Olympics The Junior Ttaterettes track tarn win UkeM girii from the tftt of t through 17 to the Junior Olympic. state meet Saturday at Donblaier Field ia MJooula. There will be 18 entrants ia Bantam (9- uader); » Midgets (10-11); 14 Juniors (12-13); six Intermediates (14-15) and two Seniors (16-17). Coaches for the teams include bead coach Neil Eliason and assistants Meredith Jung, Doty McAlpin, Carla Heintz, Kathy Bayers, Jean Peterson, Kris Biffle, Kathy Rediield and Terri Harpster. Chevrolet is co-sponsoring the meet along with the West Montana Track Club. Medals will be given to the top three finishers and ribbons to the next three placers. Following are result* of intrasquad meet Wednesday: Biattm m-l. Cindy Albright, .t; t'. Brad. : I. M XdHr; * Vj t Jan flmftc: Wood.; S. JOH. U. Bcr*», 7.»; J. dmtyi SMB GdU; 5. Weidy '_ ATO LMUef, l-.a.t: 1 Wendy Woo*; 4. OkrUkW ,, LeMiad; BMum M-l. taafuSS' f\ Branda HHHD; 1. aerrTStiTEi. Hot- Cotton, 144; J nftllr rthjl. Ui "s and Heidi fi:-»--i-**^ "^^^' First across the finish line Cindy Albright (center) edged Brenda Hanson (left) for first place Wednesday night in the Bantam 220-yard dash in a Junior Timberet- tes intra-squad meet at Rawson Field. Other finishers were Angela Evergreen Lions, VFW, BB claim PeeWee Major triumphs Schulze, third (right); Tami Leland, fourth (secondfrom right) and Jill Mizzee. Photo by George Geise 5. Lara Zahrobsii; MHf#"tt-~ oilman, 32.9; 2. Kim Cunningham; 3. LaufeLtbar; 4. Doo- aa Lewis; S. Sfletty Alexander; Bantam High Jnmp-1. Kim Jones M: 2. Angela McKay~Y Susan Guest and Karia Afttrt; STAjsKl. Schidtz and Cfcarlati Jooes; Butam 1PO-1. Kry Bordea. 14.7; 2. CoUca Askebon; 3. JOK H«Mky 4. Hue Smith; S. Jean Henley; Midtet Shot Pst-1. Donna CwoBI, S5W; 2. ThcresaKrantz; 1 Teri Her- roa; 4. Janet Triplet; 5. Gale Sa«di; BtlOfetLo.* Jurap--1. SUd SaeJtoD, 1J-9, i. UarmeS«rtk; J ifceka Schulti: 4. Bvra GoUgosU; S. Us. RoKk; Midget Race Walk-t. Jill Keller, 11:85 J; 2. Jennifer Astle; 3. Dtt Kirk;- 4. Kelly Undlief; 5. Theresa Krutz; Midget SO--1. Biijy Pfrimmer, "3; 2. Kalberue Hogs; 3. Kim Cmmlniham; 4. Donna Caudill; 5. lisa Rose*; Midget lgf-\. Liuriia Will, J:»; 2. Jooa Pfrimmef: 3. Lori Thompson; 4. Robin OiMn; Midget 440 Reltr-1. Bionics 1,1:«}.«; 2. Streakers I; Hidgtt 00 Medley "~""~"' »**^% tm»*jy--i. fumij mraEV, ll'l 1 ! t. Su^G-Si'. W««b WgodfiVkUr... !.*«,: f^^iSrSsr^- 1 -"-*-" Forbes favored in rich Belmont NEW YORK (AP) - Boid Forbe*. the Kentucky Derby winner, will try to win the Belmont Stakes Saturday ia a fleld of 3-year-olds of suprising (joantity and questionable quality. Six were expected for the $150,000- added, Ifrmile test at Belmont Park. But when entries were taken Thursday morning there were 11 in the field including seven non-stakes winners, four of which have never started in a stakes. "Bold Forbes is the class of the race," said trainer John Campo, who will send out Preakness mnnenip Play The Red, who was eighth in the Derby. "Half of these horses have no class. They're bums. They are taking a shot. There is nothing wrong with that." ·*83KSi^^ Evergreen Lions broke open a close game with six runs in the third inning Thursday as the PeeWee Major team whipped Norm's News, 22-4. Tommy Lyford, Shawn Quinn and Dan Siblerud combined for nine hits for the winners, with Quinn pitching a six-hitter. The VFW club scored seven runs in the fourth and fifth frames Thursday and outlasted First Northwestern Bank, 7-5 in another PeeWee Major clash. John Roehl had two hits for VFW and Joe Walsh ripped a three-run double for the losers. In a third PeeWee Major contest, BB . Stores clinched an 11-5 win over Skyline Dairy with five runs in the fifth inning. Brothers Robert and Timbes Dow bad seven hi Is between them for the winners. Shawn Flaherty and Don Spicer had two hits apiece for Skyline. Robert Dow had two triples and Skyline's Spicer and Mark Walterskirchen each had a three- bagger for the losers. In PeeWee Minor games, there were two close battles with Giants edging Kalispell Drug, 13-12 and VFW nipping Fairmont-Egan, 1W2. Rusty Sprague and Mike Jaekola batted and pitched Giants to their win. Ray Homer had four hits and Scott Rossow, Brent Adams, Carry Taylor and Jerry Horner each had three for the winners. Don Bennett homered for Fairmont-Egan. Scoreboard PRO BASKETBALL By The A»orited Pma MU Playoff. Fin.U Brsl-or-7 Serirn Thuraday'n Garnn No game scheduled FridavN G*m« Phoenix at Soston, series tied 2- Sundfty, June 6 Boston at Phoenix, afternoon "PRO BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE F..1 V I. Pel. CB New Yorit t! 16 .628 Baltimore 23 21 .523 *Vi Cleveland 21 22 «8 6 Boston 20 23 .465 7 Detroit 20 24 .4% 7V, Milwkee 17 23 .4K «Vi Wt,t Kan City 27 17 .614 Texas 25 19 .568 J Chicago 22 20 .524 Minnesota 21 23 .477 6 Oakland 21 27 .43 a California 21 30 .412 9tt Thursday's Results Boston 8, New York 2 Milwaukee 6. Detroit 2 Only games scheduled Friday'* Games California ((Kirkwood 1-5} at Boston (Wise 3-3), (n) Minnesota (Goitz 5-21 at Baltimore (Alexander 3-2). In) Oakland (Mitchell 1-3) at New York (Hunter 6-5), (n) Milwaukee tSlaton 7-1) at Kansas City (Leonard 4-1), (n) Cleveland (Eckersley 3-3) at Chicago (Gossage 3-3), (n) Detroit (Laxton 0-3) at Texas (Perry 44), (n) Halurdav's Gam^s California At Boston Oakland at New York Minnesota at Baltimore Cleveland at Chicago Milwaukee at Kansas City, 2, (t-n) Detroit at Texas, (n) Sundav'B Gamrs Oakland at New York. 2 Cleveland at Chicago. 2 California at Boston Minnesota at Baltimore, 2 Milwaukee at Kansas City Detroit at Texas, (n) NATIONAL LKAGIE Phila Pitts New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Cincinnati Los Ang San Diego Houston San Fran Atlanta W L Pel. 32 12 .737 27 20 24 27 22 25 22 26 17 25 CB ,574 6tt .471 lUi .468 11 li .458 12 .405 14 29 19 30 20 24 £2 23 28 19 32 17 30 .604 -.600 -.522 4 .451 7tt .373 11 .362 11\4 . Thursday 1 * Rriulti Chicago 2. New York 1 Montreal 7, PittsbuTjrfl 1 S). Louis 7, PhiladelSia 1 Houston 5, Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 3, San Francisco 2, 10 innings Only games scheduled Friday's Games San Diego (Flroleben 2-01 at Pittsburgh (Reuss 5-4), (n) Atlanta (Messenmith 2-5) at Montreal (Carrithers 1-3), (n) Cincinnati (Nolan 3-3} at St. Louis (Mcatothen 5-3), (n) Chicago IR.Reuchsel 5-3) at Houston (Cosgrove 1-3), (n) New York (Seaver 4-4) at Los Aiaeles (Hooton 4-4), l(o) Philadelphia (Lonborg 84) at San rancisco (Barr HI, (n) Saturday'a Games Philadelphia at San Francisco Chicago at Houston, (n) San Diego at Pittsburgh, In) Cincinnati at St. Louis, (n) Atlanta at Montreal,"(n) New York at Los Angeles, (n) Sunday** Game* San Diego at Pittsburgh Atlanta at Montreal Cincinnati at St. Louis Chicago at Houston, 1 New York at Lcs Angeles Philadelphia at Saji Fnu CISCO FREE! 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