The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 8, 1976 · Page 6
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 6

Kalispell, Montana
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Tuesday, June 8, 1976
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A-6 ,Tue*day, Jun* e, 1»76 The Datty InMr Uk», t(i»nt». MonUna Errors hurt cause in 7 7 - 7 0 loss to Bozeman BOZEMAN - IT* young Kalispell Laker* committed only three errors in nine innings here Monday night, but two of them led to six Bozemaa 'runs in the second stanza as the Lakers fel! to the host club, 11-10 in a non-league American Legion baseball game. Kalispell took a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the second inning, but two potential double play balls were muffed and six unearned runs eventually scored off Laker starter Dave Stoick three on Earnhardt's bases loaded double. "Three errors isn't so bad but we got them when they killed us," reported coach Rick Smith. "The score might not seem good but we're improving." The Lakers also squandered several scoring chances, as Bozeman committed eight errors in addition to 10 hits and two walks. Errors by the host team led directly to three Laker runs in the second inning and four more in the fourth. In the second, a leadoff single by Scott Lyford was followed by a walk and fielder's choice. Stoick then singled in two runs befora two Bozeman errors let in another. In the fourth, two Bowman errors, a passed ball and singles by Stoick and first baseman Steve Howard were responsible for the scoring, Bozeman scored the go-ahead runs in the eighth inning on a two-run single by McCormick. The runners were moved into scoring position following a questionable fair ball call on a sacrifice bunt attempt. Stoick pitched 7% innings before Oarrell Zauner came in to get the last two outs. Stoick, just a 15-year- old, was not hit extremely hard by Bozeman but the Hawks collected 15 hits. Stoick walked five batten, struck out four and yielded just five earned runs. The Lakers, now S4 after dropping back-to-back games to Anaconda and Bozeman, invade the lion'i lair tonight when they meet the Billings Royals in the opener of a two-game series, Oordle Lobdell will pitch tonight for Kalispell with Bill Nice throwing the following night against the always-powerful Royals. Righthander Randy Bostic draws the nod Thursday night against the Billings Scarlets. Name Loveless, rf Johnson, cl Kirk.Sb Howard. Ib Holliday, 55 Lyford, c Hammed, If Bostic, If Hatton, 2b Shellcm,2b Sloick, p Zauner ,p Lakers (10) ab 9 6 5 8 4 5 1 3 3 1 r h 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 bi 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Name Chapman, ss Ragli.p Earnhardt, rf Thibeault, Ib Judge, 2b Doud, If McCortnfck, 36 Biudy.c Bozeman (11) ab r b bi I I 1 C 4 1 2 0 3 1 2 1 4 0 1 4 4 1 1 1 5 2 i I 4 1 1 0 5 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 5 2 2 1 40 11 15 11 E-- Kalispell, 3. Bozeman 8; SB-Howard 2B-Bamh»rdt; HBP-By Barehardl, Holliday, Nice; SO-Ragli 5. Stoick 4: BB-Ragli 2, Slox* 5; WP-Ragli; LP-Stoick «M) Lucas likely first choice NEW YORK (AP) - Today's National Basketball Association draft had a great effect on last week's United States Olympic basketball trials. Robert Parish of Centenary and Leon Douglas of Alabama, both certain first-round choices in the NBA draft, pulled out of the trials because they feared damaging their chances Sponsorsdown Merchants, 9-7 The Sponsors edged the Kalispell Merchants, 9-7 Monday night in a showdown of city slow pitch softball leaders. No other details of the game were reported. In other men's softball games Monday, Casey's Bar of Whitefish defeated Main Street Texaco (no score turned in) and Trapper Manufacturing nipped Daily filter Lake, 12-11. In the last game Trapper rallied for two runs in the bottom of '.^e.'seventh toning for the win. la·'.women'.'? softball action Monday, Ftathead'Baak of Bigfork whipped Reed's Sporting Goods, 13-3 and Sponsors walloped Outlaw Inn, 40-2, racking up 38 base hits in the process. Debbie Alameda drove in eight runs for Sponsors and Sandy Anderson and Cynthia Goldizen knocked in six each, * In m e n ' s games t o n i g h t , Stockman's plays Steinhause and Rainier meets Air Base at 6; Main St. Texaco plays Little Big Men and Inter Lake meets Merchants at 7:15. at pro contracts. They felt an injury or bad showing during the trials or Games could have been devastating. Others expected to go early in the draft but missing from the Olympic trials were UCLA teammattes Richard Washington and Marques Johnson, both hardship cases, and guard John Lucas of Maryland. Houston owned the first choice in today's draft, acquiring it from Atlanta Monday along with center Dwight Jones in exchange for center Joe Meriweather, guard Gus Bailey and the Rockets' first-round pick. Houston said it would take Lucas as the No. 1 pick in the draft. Lucas scored a school record 2,015 points in his four-year collegiate career, averaging 18.3 points a game. After Houston opened the draft, Chicago picked next, The Bulls were followed in order by Kansas City, D e t r o i t , P o r t l a n d , B u f f a l o , Milwaukee, Golden State, Atlanta, Phoenix, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, which had two cons e c u t i v e f i r s t - r o u n d picks, Cleveland, Boston and Golden State. Wcrfcfi out, here I come/ Big Larry Johnson of the Merchants slow pitch soft- A collision was avoided on the play as the Merchants ball team barrels toward home Monday night, as fell two runs short in their bid to upset the defending Sponsors catcher Gary Robinson waits for the throw. champions. Photo by George Qeise Locals place high at AAU meet Eagles, Outlaw hold oft Babe Ruth baseball foes Eagles broke open a 3-3 ballgame with six runs in the fourth inning Monday and they went on to beat Conrad Bank, 12-6 in Babe Ruth baseball action. Scott Wood was the winning pitcher and Dana Henderson was 2-fpr-2 for the winners. Mike Rauthe and Don Elgin.each', belted three hits for the losers. . In the other Babe Ruth game reported, Outlaw Inn scored six runs in the first inning and held on to defeat McDonalds, 11-7. Dale Wyman allowed just one run through four innings for Outlaw, which won its fourth game against one loss. Spooner's relief pitching saved the game for the winners. In other youth action Monday, PeeWee Major division scores were all lopsided as BB ripped Norm's News, 21-3 as Dirk Ness struck out 13 batters for the winners. Dan O'Brien had five hits and Robert Dow four for BB. Skyline scored 10 runs in the fourth inning en route to a 21-4 victory over First Northwestern Bank. Scott Zanem.and Mark Walterskirchen batted and pitched Skyline to the easy win. Marty Tweet homered as KM downed VFW, 26-4. Doug Graham and Paul Handford had three hits for KM, while Spillis had two safeties for the losers. In Minor PeeWee activity, Mike Jackoia and Rusty Sprague allowed Helena Flats just three hits as Giants whipped HF, 26-9. Sprague, Jackoia and Chad Thomas combined for eight of the winners' 17 hits. MISSOULA - Several local athletes placed high in track and field competition Sunday in Montana state AAU action at Dornblaser Field. In Senior competition, Mark Mauritsen of Bigfork captured the triple jump with a fine effort of 44-2, more than a foot farther than his nearest contender. Dave Biggs of Whitefish finished fourth in both the 880 and 440, running a 2:08.3 in the former event. In the Intermediate class, Scott Marceau of Columbia Falls placed second in the long jump with a leap 18-11 Vt and was fourth in the triple ' jump. Neal Schiele of Columbia Falls took fifth in the 880 and Rex Bosworth went 1I9-3 in the discus Tourney slated BILLINGS (AP) - Qualifying rounds for the Montana Junior Golf Tournament trill be held June 14 at Sidney, Hirdin, Dillon, Fort Benton and Poison. Tie state tournament will be conducted June 21-22 at Mead- owUrk Country Club in Great Falls The tournament i» open to boys and girls !! to 17 years old. to take fourth, and Tim Clark of Bigfork was fourth in the javelin. A. J. King of Kalispeil ran 11.1 in the boys Junior division 100-yard dash and took second by one-tenth of a second. Calvin Loveall of Columbia Falls set a meet mark with a 37-lOYz triple jump in the Junior class. He also was third in the long jump. Mike Gordon of Columbia Fails was another double placer, winning the 440 in the time of 58.5 and taking third in the 220. Scott MacMillan of Kalispell was third'in the 70 low hurdles and Mike Geer of Poison tied for second in the high jump":' ' .''""·" ····"·""·"'· * In the Midget division, Mark Lubitz of Kalispell placed fifth in the 220 and third in the high jump. Shawn Budke of Bigfork was fourth and Brent Ludwig of Kalispell was fifth in the 880. George Naumann of Kalispell took a third in the triple jump and Dave Hillman of Bigfork was fifth in the same event. In Bantam action, Larik Hall and Stephen VanKrevelen of Kalispell lied for first place in the half-mile walk. Hall also placed fourth in the 880, an event hi which Eureka's Melvin Smith was first and Don Olson was third. Smith also took first in the 440. The top two placers in the Intermediate and Senior divisions jadyancfci to regional competition at iBickiiison, N.D.,"while the top five finishers in the other age groups qualify for the North Dakota meet. Scoreboard PflO BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEACfE E.,l W L Pel. New York a 19 .596 Baltimore 24 25 .490 24 Boston Cleveland Detroit Milwkee 22 22 26 21 27 18 26 .471 .459 .438 .409 Kan City 31 16 .633 Texas 28 20 .583 2\i Chicago Z5 21 '.54S 4Vi Minnesota K 24 .510 6 Oakland 24 28. .462 8ii California 22 32 .407 HVi MnndavS Remit*. Texas 6, Baltimore 4 .Minnesota 7, Cleveland 2 Kansas City 10. Detroit 0 Only games scheduled Tu«d«y'« Game* Oakland (Mitchell 1-3) at Boston (Tiant 7-3), (n) Texas (Peterson 0-3) at Baltimore (Alexander 3-2), (n) Minnesota (Redfern 1-2) at CleveiaEd (Eckerstey Ml, (nl California (Ross 3-6) at New York (Ellis 4-4), (n) Chicago (Johnson 3-5) »t Milwaukee (Travere 8-2). (n) Detroit (Roberts 4-4) at Kan- sai City (Leonard $-1), (n) Wednesday'* G«mf« Oakland at Boston, (n) Texas at Baltimore. (n) Minnesota at Cleveland, n) California at New York, (n) Chicago at Milwaukee, (n) Detroit at Kansas City, (n) .NATIONAL LEAGUE K..I * L PCI, UB Phila 34 14 .701 Pitts 29 22 .Stt IV, New York 2S » .473 1114 St Louis a 29 .442 U Chicago 22 29 .431 13V, Montreal 17 9 J7t 15'i Cincinnati 'Los fat San Diego Houston Atlanta San Fran 32 20 i\ 23 27 23 27 8 20 30 JI J3 «5 .574 .540 .4(2 400 » Monday'* RfrMlltn Piltsborjn 5. Cincinnati * St. Louis 7. Houston 6 San ottf i, fieti York i PfiilxWpliu ». Los An Only games scheduled Turwlay'i r.amea Atlanta INiekro 3-4) at Chica* (R Reuschel M) Cincinnati (Alcala 5-1) t PiUsbnrf. I Rooter -}}, (ol St. Uofs (RForjct Ml at (DKrter 5-5), 1st New York (Lolich 2-7) at San Diego (Freisleben 3-1), (n) Philadelphia (Christenson 82) at Los Angeles (Rhodes) 4-0), OB (n Montreal (Fryman 5-3) it San Francisco (Dressier 1-3), (n) "iodnewtav 1 Games Atlanta at Chicago Montreal at San Francisco Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, (n) .St. Louu at Houston, (n) New York at San Diego, (n) Philadelphia at Los Angeles, ul) Major League T*aeler* Bv The Anwinted Pre»s American lvalue BATTING (125 at bala)- G.Brett, KC. .348; McRae. KC, .348; Lynn, Bsn, .345; Bostock, Min, .336; LeFtare, Del, .333. RtWS-Otis, KC, 37; North, Oak, 37; Hargnwe, Tei, 37; R.Wbite, NY, 35; Hisle, Min, 33. RUNS BATTED IN- Brroughs. Tei. 40; Chambliss, NT, 38; Munson. NY, 37: Otis, KC, J5; Fort. Min, 34: Grieve, Tea, 34. Hrrs-G.Brett, KC, 71; McRae, KC, 65; Munson. NY, 64; Chambliss, NY, 6S; Remy, Cal, 59; drew. Min, 59. DOUBLES-Cartjr, Cle, 13; MtRae. KC, 13; Howefl, Tex, 13; D.Evans, Bsn, 12; LeFlore, Del, 12. TRIPLES-LeFtore, Det, 5, G.Brett, KC, 5; Piniella. NY, 4; North, Oak, 4; 10 Tied With 3. HOME BUNS-Otu, KC, 10- L.May, Bal, 9; Ford, Min, 9; Bando, Oai, S; Ystrzemski, Bsn, 8; Hendrick, Cle, 8; Boroughs. Tex, B. STOLEN BASES-Patek, KC, 27; North, Oak, 27; Baylor, 0»k, 25; Campaneris, Oak, 21; Carew, Min. 19. PITCHING (« Dedsioos)- Bird. KC. 6-1, .857, 5.11 Leon- ard, KC. 5-1. .833. 2.77 Singer. 2 Min, 5-1. .833. S.H Slaton. Mil, 4 7-2, .TO, 3.D Travera. Mil, (-1, 7 .750, 1.95 Fitzmorrts. KC, 6-2. 11 .750, 3.58 WCampbell. Min, »-2, 13 750. 3.00 Goto, Min, 6-2, .?5«. 4.26. STRIKEOUTS-Tcnam, Cal. 101; Ryan. Cal, 99; Biylevw, TeJ, S3; Honter, NY, lit; Cossage, Chi. W. Nattanal Lrarue BATTING (125 at bats)McBride, StL, J59; Gritfty, Cm, .339; G.Foster, Cin, .335; Bose. Cin, .3J8. Cey, LA, 317. RUNS-Rose. Cin. «; Grll- ley. 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