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0 Sentinel Star, Saturday, May 12, 1979 t-0 Riin) trails to Valdlosta Reasons why SHAFFER owners wouldn't own any other: 1 Walk-behind models, with inexpensive accessories, will mow, discharge cuttings evenly, vacuum, bag. mulch cuttings and shred leaves. Riders and walk-behind models deliver a smooth, professional cut. even during tough conditions. They also cut mora, faster, because of the efficient transfer of power from their engines. J Large capacity grass catchers need emptying less frequently: especially those with the 30 bushel Bag-N-Wagon. 4 The floating cutting unit on riders minimizes scalping and damage to the mower. 5 A wide selection of mowing speeds gives flexibility for varying lawn Florida International righthander, got the Di- , vision II South Region baseball tournament off to a super start Friday but the weather- , man got in the last licks. Lein, 20, tossed a no-hitter at Eckerd in the opener, shortened by rain to eight innings. A thunderstorm knocked out the University of Central Florida's game against Florida Southern. UCF and Southern will try again this morning at 11 o'clock at Marchant Stadium in the four-team, double elimination event. The loser meets Eckerd at 2 p.m. at Henley Field and the winner plays FIU at Marchant, also at two o'clock. Lein's 3-0 no-hit game against Eckerd pushed his record to 15-1 and was the first ever pitched in the South Regional. "I just kept the ball low, changed speeds and made 'em hit it on the ground," Lein said. "My defense was super it has been all year." FIU, the nation's No. 1 Division II team with a 45-11 record, has to rate as the team to beat after Lein's effort. "Chris did a heck-uva job," said Tom Wonderling, FIU coach. "It was a typical Chris Lein game good breaking ball, off-speed pitches. He stayed ahead of the hitters, too. This was his third shutout in a row and sixth of the year." The 6-foot-3 hurler from Brooklyn, N.YH was rated the division's top pitcher going into the tournament. He was 11-3 last year after a stint at Valencia Community College but has had no pro feelers. VALDOSTA, Ga. Frank Gonzalez of Val-dosta State belted a leadoff homer in the bottom of the 13th to hand Rollins a 6-5 log in the South Atlantic regional baseball tournament Friday. -" The Tars now play West Georgia in the consolation round Saturday at 10 a.m. Host Valdosta State, meantime, faces Columbus in the championship round at 1:30. The loser of that game plays the Rollins-West Georgia winner at 4:30. Columbus advanced with an 8-6 victory over West Georgia. is DIVISION II SOUTH REGION: Chris Lein. conditions; without loss of cutting power. Before you buy a mower, compare the quality and performance features of a SNAPPER. You'll find SNAPPER is worth more because it does more. And, its price is competitive with other quality mowers. Prep baseball Apopka advances to state 4-0 By HERKV CUSH It's beeh a quarter of a century since Apopka last went to the state baseball tournament and Blue Darter principal Roger Williams feels it's "about time we returned." Well, the Darters earned a berth in the final four of the 3-A tournament which begins next Thursday at Tinker Field. They blanking Bradford County Starke 4-0 behind the three-hit pitching of senior southpaw Maurice "Mo" LaFavors Friday. "He's a real competitor," said Apopka Coach Sonny Wise of his No. 2 hurler LaFavors. "He'll battle you all the way." Indeed, LaFavors was competitive Friday afternoon, looking super cool on a 92-degree day at the Apopka Park. Only once in his seven innings of work did LaFavors allow more than one base runner and that came in the final frame when the first two Tornadoes got aboard. But the husky portsider bore down to retire, the next three men in order, thanks to a long running catch by rightfielder Keith Quigley. The Blue Darters only managed three hits in the game but took advantage of several Tornado errors. Two of those miscues took place in the second when the Darters scored their first two runs. Charlie Williams started it with a walk and raced to third when Starke's third baseman threw wild on a grounder off the bat of Quigley. Another wild toss by Starke's catcher allowed Williams to score. Quigley scored on a long fly to left by designated hitter Tom Carlisle. While they failed to get a hit in their initial rally, the Blue Darters did come up with doubles in each of their next scoring efforts. Bob White drew a one-out walk in the third and dashed home on a double to leftcenter by Tim Anderson. In the fifth the final run was added when Bob Brewer stroked a two-out double and scored on an infield error Starke's fourth miscue of the game. "We make the routine play and that's what it's all about in high school ball," said Wise. But there's certainly nothing routine about the record the Blue and White will take into the state tournament what with this latest victory improving their season's chart to 30-3. , LaFavors ran his own record to 11-1, striking out six and walking two. The Darters will be stronger for next week's state tournament when regular catcher Keith Fischer, a three-year veteran, returns to action. Fischer's been out of action three weeks. if v By FRANK CARROLL 4A-2 SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: "One bad inning. Just one bad inning." West Orange baseball fans will be humming that tune all summer after Tampa Plant scored nine times in a nightmarish second inning then coasted to a 13-8 victory for the 4A-2 sectional championship Friday at Tinker Field. The 22-3 Plant Panthers crushed three Warrior pitchers for 13 hits, including seven in the wild second. Coach Gary Guthrie sent junior Jimmy Wise (3-2), against Panther ace Scott Hurst (10-0) needing a win to advance to next Thursday's state tournament. The thin Warrior pitching staff only three Warriors were available for duty came back to haunt West Orange's pennant hopes. Two of Guthrie's three pitchers hurled in Thursday's 9-8 regional win over Tampa King and both were forced back into action with less than a day's rest. Wise carried a 4.20 ERA into the game and cruised through the first inning before Plant's power erupted. Guthrie used both junior Drew Butler and senior Dwayne Grimes in the marathon second before bringing the Panthers under control. A 1-0 Warrior lead evaporated under that uprising and West Orange faced an uphill battle the next six innings, trailing 9-1. Grimes, the mound hero of Thursday's win, was the most effective and the most dejected Warrior in defeat. Walking alone down the right field foul line. Grimes fought back the emotion of losing. "One bad inning ... I know we're better than they are, just that one bad inning." Grimes worked the final out of the Plant second and allowed four runs and six hits over the next five innings. His most trying inning was a four-run fifth when Plant looked ready to end the game under the 10-run rule. A walk, double, single and two-run homer gave Tampa a 13-3 lead and put West Orange on the ropes. West Orange collected 10 hits, two each by Marc Laney and Bruce Crabbe, but three Plant double plays and the timely Panther hitting worked against the 24-10 Warriors. West Orange got single runs in innings one, two and four and trailed 9-3 when Tampa erupted in the fifth. In the fifth, Laney singled and Glenn Tin-dall drew a one-out walk. The third Plant miscue of the game loaded the bases and Boyd drilled a two-run single. A grounder by Forbes scored a third run and Vinson drove in the Warriors' fourth of the frame with another single. The Warriors staged one more last-ditch effort in the seventh as Bruce Faison, Forbes and Vinson walked. Boyd hit into a crushing double play, but Grimes rapped an RBI single before Laney lined out to end the game. Hurst left the game in the fifth in favor of southpaw Carl Ferraro (10-0), the ace on Coach David Fyfe's staff. West Orange wasn't impressed by either pitcher each flashing ERAs well below 1.00 rapping out nine hits. Third-sacker Tony Garcia finally finished up the seventh, making his first appearuice of the year. Tampa's biggest weapon all day was left-fielder Mark Craft (.375), who raised his average 42 points with a perfect 5-for-5 day. Any way you cut it... it's a snap with a SNAPPER! I Mower Tlllers Tractors I u MiU Ltit2)iV llllGMOWTHSTO:PAY:; -; ' ONLY AT THESE PARTICIPATING DEALERS SOUTH ORLANDO SNAPPIN" TURTLE MOWER CENTER 3557 S.0RANGE AVE. 859-0740 EAST ORLANDO CURRY FORD MOWER CENTER 7221 CURRY FORD R0. 275-7520 SOUTHWEST ORLANDO LITTLE WHEELS LAWN MOWER CENTER 1027 W. 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Nobody knows any better than Newlon's buddy Oak Ridge Coach John Hemmer that it takes ability AND luck to pull it off. The Pioneers won the last two years thanks to individuals like Cyril Wyatt and Carlos Leonard and Ed Herring and Steve Bridges plus lucky breaks like Miami Kil-lian in 1977 and Lake Worth in 1978 splitting relay points because their times were matched in a different heat. So Newlon is hoping for ability (pole vaulter Todd Postlmayr, discus thrower Marvin Porter, 330 hurdler Jeff Dixon and shot putter Byron Brooks (all state leaders) plus whatever luck comes his way for the favorite's role to hold up. ' 4A6oyt 100: RCOrd 9 2 Brown. Matnlvj 1976. Top quIi-twt Sutton. Tat 9 6. Too m of vmt William,, Wo Beach. Wilbum Bollywood Mrlia 9 5 220: Record 20 8 Wyatt Oak Mdaa. 1977 Top Quaii (tar Monro , Rofc.non 21 &4; Top timo of yaar. Monro 21 2 440: Record 47 3. Machamc Mamt Jackson 1969: Too quaMtw WNta M.y.i Cantrai 48 64. Top tim of yar Ross Sarasota 47 6 Record 162 4. Carrtlto, Titusvill. ifl77, Top Quattr Gowwr. Pirvatiaa Park 1 Sb 36. Top dm ot yv Go-vat i S3 4 Mil: 4 10 4 flamars Dunadm; Mar r on, Lyman, 19b. Top Quaiifiar Cull Miami Co-untout 4 17 6 Top lima ot year Cud 4 114 Two M(: Record 6 53 1 , Holtman. St Petersburg High. 19r; Top Quarter Cottiof, Choetawnatcnee 9 1? V Too time ot year Trigg Lakewood 9 12 2 20 Hijh Hurdles: Record 13 2, Rooarson. W.nter Park, tyy Top qua'tCw. Pugh. Lake Wort 13 98 Too time of year Kernes, St Petersburg Northeast 13 7 330 Hurdles: Record 36 7 Dante Kilhan. 1977. Top qualifier O'xon. Edgewater 37 04, Top time ot year Omon 37 6 440 Relay: Record 4? 0 Oak Ridga 1978 Top quaMi.tr Ribault 41 9. Top tme ot year Edgewater 41 8 Mile Medley Relay: Record 3 29 4. Cnamberiam. 198 Top quaii te. Largo 3 3066. Top kma ot year Ritauti 3 ?fl 8 Mile Relay: Record 3:11 8 K.lban. 1969; Top qualifier Oak Ridge 3 18 68. Top time of year Ribault. Or. ange Park 3 17 0 not Put Record 65-4. luck Fort Prce Central. 19. Top qualifier: Brooks, Edgewater 5-10; Top throw ot year Brooks Discus: Record 200-5. Luck Fort Prce Central. 19; Top quaiitier Porter Edqewatar 179-11; Top throw ot year Rad'off Winter Park 180-6. Long Jums): Record 26-w. Fa'ana. Largo. 1970 Top qualifier. Ruiiedge, South Dade 24-1, Top tump of year Kernes St Pete Northeast 26-2W High Jump? Record: 6-1 1 Haley Brandon, 1970; Top qualifier- Leonard. Oak Ridge: Chambers. Miami Central 6-19: Top ump of year Leonard, Chambers 7- 0 Pol Vault: Record 15-0 Bailey. Oak Ridge. 1977; Top qualifier Postlmayr. Edgewater 15-2, Top jump of year Postlmayr OA Girls 100: Record 10 3 Cheeseborough, Ribault. 1977; Top quan tier jackson, Northwestern 10 76. Top tome ot vear Jackson. Wallace Miami jackaon 220: Record 23 3 Cheeseborough. Rrbeutt. 1977; Top qualifier E Ashford. South Dads 24 32, Top ttme of year E Ashford 440: Record 55 4 Davis King. 1977. Top qualifier: Rodgert, Norland 54 94. Top time of year. Rodgers 54 5 180: Record M4 1. Cverby McArthur, 1978: Top quaii her Cverby 2 18 0; Top time ot year. Chambers Meff.fi island ? 16 8 Mile: Record 4 50 8. Overby, McArthur. 1978 Top qualifier Overby 6 01. 3. Top time of year Overby 4 S8 5 Two Mile: Record: 10 49 8 Moore. Southwest M.srrw, 197 Top qualifier: Gross, Cteerwater 11.139; Top lime of year. Gross 120 High Hurdtee: Record 14 1 Seebers. Boone 198. Top quaniier Alien, Piper 14 16. Top time ot year Allen 330 Hurdles: Record 44 7 White R bautt 1978 Top quaver w Ashford. South Dade 42 95. Top time of year W Ashford 440 Relay: Record 47 4 Miami Jackson. 1977: Top qualifier Northwestern 47 4, Top urn ot year Northwestern Mile Medley Relay: Record (New Event): Top qualifier McArthur 4 08 9. Top time of year McArthur Mile Relay: Record 3 59 3. Clearwater 197; Top quaiitier South Dade 3 53 36: Top time of year South Oaoe. (Note ft- schools m fast heat qualified under me record, seven schools ran better than the record mis spring ) Shot Put: Record 47- Fisher, Satellite Beach. 14. Top qualifier Chestnutt. Brandon 46-V Top throw of year Chestnutt Discus: Record 1 35-10, Fshe Satetme Beach 197. Top qualifier Ruffian. Orange Park 133-7. Top throw of year Ruffian 135-4. Long Jump: Record 19-11 Cheeseborough, Ribault. 197: Top qualifier Jackson. Northwestern 20-6; Top tump of year Jackson 20-6W High Jump: Record 5-8, Pounds, St Pete Lake-wood 19'b Top quenher James. St Pete Northeast Pounds. St Peie Lafcewood 5-6; Top jump of year: Redox, Jefferson, Pounds 5-10 Track From 1-0 tar ' Coco (John Crftot Rudy Baker Sam Bryan) Gary Rrtynes), us ! West Farm Beech Notlh ' Shorn. 42 7. J. BfacMnton Sayanon. 43 3, 4 Mom.-callo Jatlaraon County 43 4. s Ocai Vanguard 43 5 lake Walaa. 43 9 4t 1. Harvay Bfown Paiatoa 4t I J Ratnaxora. Tamoa Jesuit 4 3 3 Jonai Banna 48 4 G.nart Fort tau Watnvoon. SO a 4 Bartlay. Parana. S0.3. 6. Lindsay. Qumcy Shanha 50 5 12 HH: 1. Laron Oa,y A0OOM 14 0 (aouata ra-coro). 2. Blua (.ana Waws 14 4 3 Bitay fort Myara 14 7. 4. Rot.n.on M.ilon 14 7 t Smth. fliyiara Beach, 14 1 e McKaniw Aoowa 14 IMr 1. Richard Rylaa Waat Palm Baach North Shora. H 1 Jormaon Hainaa City a j Wilson 9t Augualma 10 0: 4 Anoaraan Branamon Bayshora 10 0 S RiOiardaoft North Shora to J Dam. Oalray Baach Atlantic, to 3 r4: i .OaranoaConyara Hainaa City 1 Gibaon Aoopka. -6: J. Staphana. TrkjavM Aatronaut 4 Peacock Cmtviear ft-4 s (tie, Devia Fernarv ma Beaov Houon Paiatu Want Comer t-J 1M Bt 1 lambia Kmaier. Oceia Vaneuerd N 1 Boaren. Haines City, n a. 1 Rriey fori Hyera. 300 4 Biua take AakM 3 i t Corner. Petmeno. 2y g t Cooper. Defray Beech Anenttc 40 0 Mfc 1. Trior BenOickson. Tampa CatMM 1 S 1 Vanee. Hiarn, Cuney 1 it l 3 Pattereon. Bartow 14. 4 e Ceron jeckaonvitte Bishop Kenny Motley. Mtflon ? OOO ha Clapper Bredenlon Bay-ehore. Tank TitueviHe Astronaut 2 00 V Itte aleetay Pet,, t ,erjenh say shore (Jerome Fuftor, Jim Dei Vince fachery. Jen Warrick) 3 34 (Record old record S 30 0. Mrtton. 1070) 2 GleOee Central 3Mt J Titueyrlle Aatreneut t 3a 4 4 Oumcy Shanke 1!!! 1 Cocoa 3 37 1 Paietka 1 37 7 lerej taeex t. Oarence Conyere Hemes City. J4-1 ? Baser thee! Perm Beach North Bnore 23-S 1 Revert. BrooksMe Hemenoo 22-10 4 jonnaon Paietka i Morgan. Giaoea Central 21-114 Blue ZephyrlWri 21-11 Drerxa 1 P-cherfJ Hardy. Gull B rears 177 (Record Od mark 1 Tfj y Hardy 171) 2 Garrett Glades Genual It-11 1 Marsha Trheonie Astronaut let-: 4 Lei am Tampa Catholic lea-io i Harrison, sVookasitra Hernando 11-7. a. Jonee Bartow is-2. net put: Mate Weaver Hanea City SS-7 J. Carver Petri Bey .- a Hem tNtva ssisa ' Lincoln S4-, 4 Miller Glades Central S3-5 t Hem-eon, Braokatrrat Hernando 63-1 . Oend wiMama, North Marion S2-5 220: 1 Paul Johnson Haines City 21 e: ? Ryles. West Palm Baach North Shore 22 1. 3 Anderson Bradenton Bayshora 2? 4 4 Christie Tallahassee Lincoln ?? 4 s Blue, lephyrhttrs 22 6 Wilson. St Augualine 27 S Tare pules: 1 Jetr Warrick. Bradenton Bayahore 913 2 (record, old record v 20 9 by Clark. Rockiedos). 2 Ternune Tnusville Astroneul 9 20 0 3 Moaler Bishop Moore 9 25 7 4 Treadnvey Palmetto 9 39 0 S. . Frahes Tituevtlle Astronaut 9 42 4. ft Andrews, Trtua- e9 47 5 Post Veuft Mike Jascrsak TitueviHe Astronaut 13-0 2 Vincent. Rnckieaoe 13-0 3 Fei;er, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 12-ft 4. t McKmnon Palatka. Charlton Titusviite Astronaut 12-0- 6 Kunkel Milton 12-0 Mee Hater- 1 Petatka (Roderick Barney. Emanuel Hardy. Curtis Lewis. Harvey Brown) 3 21 2: 2 Cocoa 3 23 4: 3. Haines City S2&0. 4 TrtusviMe Astronaut 3 27 0 f Barloe 327.1, 6 Jacksonville Biahop Kenny 3 271. GrRLf 440 relay 1 Arcadia OeSoto (Cynttue Longeron. Elizabeth Poe.. Lorraine Miree Celorma Polk) 50 4 2. Titusviite Astronaut 50 4: 3 Oeiray Beech Atlantic 50 5. 4 Fon Pierce westwood 50 7. 6 (be) Gull Breeze and Giaoea Central 50 9. Mikt 1. Betty Sprinos. Bradenton Bayshora. 4 54 3 (record old 4 59 7 by Beyshote) 2 Senior 4. west Perm Baach Cardinal Newmen 4 03 4: 3 Oee-toges. Tallahassee Leon 5 09 4 Steilmg. Cocoa Beach 5 t;i.5 Heiiernen. TrtuevHie Aatroneut i 17 2 4 Cowan. Tiruaviile Astronaut 5 17 2 324) lost k urate 1 1. Ceceie Muldoon. Cocoa Beach 45 0 (eat 44 7 mark m preirma. erd record 45 0 by Brown Bradenton Southeast!. 2 tscero Ft Leuder-dakt St Thomas 45 0 3 Grrmea Palm Beech Cardinal Newmen aft 3 4 Johnston. Barron Collier 404 5 Gor-ospe Jacksonwr Bishop Kenny 47 2, 4 Chapman. Titusville47 2 444 1 Angela svrighL Ocaia Forest 54 t (record OW mark 54 4 by Debbie Kemp Bradenton Bayehorei. 2 Setter. Names 57 4 1 Owene. Trtusnue Astroneul 69 5 4 Barrett Sebr.ng Mi ) Gewinrver Pa'm Beech Use men so Bym Trtuewte Aetronaut 40 lengarep 1 Mene Piurnmer Pockreooe 14-4 (record old mark !-'. Tonta Brown. Bradenton SWuttveeel. 17t 2 Dariene Plummet Roekiedoe 17. 3 Hay rvas Puma Gorda Charlotte ia,5(, 4 Ander-on. Intrernees Crtrus 17-4',. . Pratt. Ttfcreytlkl li- 10 ? 9 Durden Delray Beach Atlantic 16-6 k. Shot put Dahlia Roberts Bartow 42-7 4. 2 Wilson Haines C'ly 42-2 4 3 Davis Auburndate 40-4 4 Bradley. Bradenton Southeast 39-7V 5 Nis. Giadea Central 38-10. 6 Coinns Auburndaio 38-8 Oiscua 1. Sandra Mack. Titusvme Astronaut 124- 1 1 n 2 Arnall Venice 123-9 3 Moehnnger Tituaville Astronaut 122-3 4 Sailer North Marion 119-4 5 Stephens Tituaville Astronaut 119-10. 4 Kant. Miami St Brendan a 113-9 Hash fume 1 Zsa Zsa Pratt Titusviite S-vi (record old record 5-4 by Petty Fort Myers) 2 Spalding. Sabring 5-4. 3. Stephens Tituaville Astroneul. 5-2 4. (te) Beckman, Naples Fteios. Bradenton Southeast 5-. 2 6 U) Boca. St Brenden. Dunne Fort Lauderdale St Thomas A fnumrner. Roekiedoe 5-0. 114 low hureMss 1. Angela Wnght Ocala Forerat 14 1, 2 'ItcerO. Fort keuderdaia SI Thomae 14 3. 3. Gorospe, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 15 2. 4 Austin, Rockieoge 15 3 5 CWyer B'adenlon Bayahore 15 3. 4 Fields. Braoemon Southeast. 15 6 190 1 Car torn Pork. Arcadia Desoto 11 3 2. Curry Ovwdo "53 Harna. Bartow 115 4 MouHre). Haiiandaie 114 ft Wuiiame. Trtuevme Astronaut 117; 4 Ferene. jacksonvnie Bishop Kenny. 1 1 T 40 1 Betty Springs Bradenton Bayshore 2 14 ft: 2 Sney Geinaaviiie Buchhoiz 2 16 4 3 Hartman. Hud-.son 210 3. 4 LOtl. Melbourne Parm Bay 2 25 5. 4. Brvce Haines Oty 2 24 4. 4 Odio Si Brenden 2 24 3. Mlta etaoiay retey ( Tituaville (Pnnceas Higha-mrth. Sharon Hooka. Luana Holtkamp. Zsa Zsa Pratt) 4 17 1 (record new event). 2 Peneecote Catholic 4 18 5: 3 Fort Lauderdere St Thomas 4 22 5. 4 Bradenton Bayshora 4 23 . 5 Tituaville Astronaut 4:24 1; 4 Jupiter 4 24 2 220 I Deborah Sew, Nepres 25 3 2 Wngm Oceia Forest 25 5. 3 Potk Arcad.a Desoto 24 0 4 Giess Gult Braere 24 4 5 Ferrette Jecrujonvilla Breh-op Kenny 24 5 4 Got Palmetto 24 S. Mee retey 1 Trtuevnre Astronaut (Siena Byrd. Ro-seann Fisnmon Carolyn Owens. Tommyzenia Wit t,ams) 4 04 1: 2 Deiray Beech Attenec 4 04 1 3 Trtue-yi"e 4 06. 4 Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 4 04 4. S West Pa'm Beach Newmen 4 07 4 Hudson 4 11 Two attara 1 Belly oormgs Bradenton Bayshore 10 37 (record, old mark 10 44 4 by Bayshore): 2. Smith Deiray Beech Atlantic 11 OS 4 1 Steilmg. Cocoa Beach 11 17 3 4 Wirrrs. Tallahassee Leon 11 34 4; 5 Marshall. Ocala Forest 11.42 2, 4 Hsnerrrvsa. Trtue-tne Astronaut 1144 5 It vacaco . I 759 N. ORANGE AVE. 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