The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida on March 31, 1989 · Page 8
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PMA ' D-10 The Orlando Sentinel, Friday, March 31, 1989 I I . H t 1 r w ii I I i i iiieaiai i i i mrm a a IE a m m m js. a mmm a 1 a. Gators awaken to beat Bethune-Cookman, 6-3 ,l I ' ' L-yt H UCF SWEEPS SIENA UCF RECEIVED strong pitching performances from Brandon Turner and David Goins to sweep a doubleheader from visiting Siena on Thursday, 2-1 and 10-3. Turner (2-3) scattered 10 hits while striking out a season-high 11 in the opening game for the Knights (26-11). Goins (5-2), who pitched eight shutout innings in the second game, struck out four and allowed nine hits. Compiled from wire reports By Mike Dame SBYTINEL CORRESPONDENT GAINESVILLE Playing its sixth game in as many days, the University of Florida baseball team displayed a little of the good, the bad and the ugly Thursday night but put together just enough good to pull out a 6-3 victory against Bethune-Cookman. The good: Three Florida pitchers combined to record 17 strikeouts the most in one game this season and second baseman Bill Minnis hit two home runs. The bad: The 12th'-ranked Gators (26-9) didn't take the lead for good against the weaker Wildcats (5-13) until the seventh inning as Bethune-Cookman starting pitcher Alvin Rittman (1-1) gave up just two hits through six innings. . The ugly: Florida's pre-game warmups were so bad Coach Joe Arnold pulled his unenthusiasticsquad off the field. Bethune-Cookman took advantage of Florida's lackadaisical attitude early. After the Gators took a 1-0 lead in the fourth, the Wildcats rallied to take a 2-1 lead. The Gators' bats came to life with three runs on three hits in the seventh, powered by a two-run single by Brian Reimsnyder. Florida 6, Bethune Cookman 3 &CC FLORIDA abrhbi abrhbi Roeecf 4010Bnghamdh 3100 Page 4 000 Rnl 2012 Rittman pdh 4 0 10 Omey lb 4 0 0 0 Bdlardss 41 11 Perry 3b 3 0 0 0 Banks 30 3000 Unaresc 4110 Mathews ph 1 0 0 0 Mmna 2b 3 3 3 3 AMic 3 12 0 Maid 4 110 Johnson 1b 0 000 Rich rf 1000 Homlb 2 1 1 OFmndzph 10 11 Rowe ft 4 0 0 0 Swam rl 0 0 0 0 Can 2b 4 0 10 Addison as 4 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 7 2 Totals 29 7 B-CC Florida 000 020 001 3 7 2 000 100 321-6 7 2 Game Winning RBI None. E-fluUard 2, Rich. Addison. 0P-&CC 1. Honda 1. LOB &CC 6, Florida 6. HR Mmnis (2) 7, BuHard. S6 Mwiis, Bng-ham, Awn. IP H RER 68 SO Rmman(1-1) e 7 6 6 S 4 Grgmdis Pncherfl-0) Hosier T-2:08.A-1,830. 5 3Vi 4 2 118 3 110 2 0 0 0 1 2 S3 1 College Thursday's results FLORIDA SCHOOLS UCF 2-10, Siena 1-3 Flonda 6. BethunfrCookman 3 Flonoa Atlantic 8. Boca Raton 6 Fla. International 8, Northeastern 6 Junior college results St John's River S, Seminole 1 College llnescores UCF 2, SIENA 1 UCF 10, SIENA 1 JuCo llnescores ST. JOHN'S 8, SEMINOLE 1 Sim UCF 000 000 003 3 11 4 020 022 22X-10 12 3 St John's 010 220 000 8 8 0 010 000 000 1 9 2 Siena UCF 000 100 000 1 10 2 110 000 000 2 7 1 Gorton (0-1) and Howard; Turner(2-3) and Torino. Hitters Siena: Arace 2-5, car-roll 2-4. UCF: Kotchman 3-3, Graham 2-3, Gaetani (0-1), Abernathy (7) and Carroll, Planter (8). Goins (5-2). Barks (9) and Turner, Vargas (9). Hitters Siena: Arace 3-5, Howard 2-3, Carroll 3-3. UCF: Latzo 2-5, Lane 2-3, LeClerc 2-4, McClellan 34. Records Siena 1-2, UCF 26-1 1. Blrte and Boyette; Margraves and Peters. Hitters St. John's: Crews 2-4 2B RBI, Hughes 2-4 RBI, Surhotf 3B 2RBI; Seminole: Leugers 3-3, Monahan 3-4 RBI, Craig 3B. Record St. John's 19-14, Seminole 7-20. ' " e more to soil frs. frv f j ra v OAUttUAUAlJ 7 -1 u le too toflyoiii And you only need one. HENSON AIR 1-800-368-5425 COMAIR 1-800-354-9822 BRAMFF 1-800-272-6433 BAI1AMASAIR 1-800-222-4262 1989 Sanamas M.mstry of Tounsm 7 T r MAS : i dH h irVlriilM I ft I 1 I Ml LLW 1 11 H M Dr. Robert H. Schuller and the HOUR OF POWER TH SUNDAY A APRIL 2, 1989 rfr CONSECUTIVE TELECAST GREETINGS FROM OUR FIVE LIVING PRESIDENTS PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH wrx i s V ?srl if f - " V . t&r ' I : . jimmy i . V-N CARTER RONALD ' . V " -v REAGAN "J r&iyv vv 1 I I o L LA M RICHARD M.NLXON GERALD R.FORD GREETINGS FROM THE SPIRITUAL LEADERS OF THE WORLD DR. NORMAN VINCENT PEALE A'-fZ m C ff-gyiij. .ff.&r' y$&&.&,-.&- DR. BILLY . ... i A - GRAHAM ' -x 7 5v' ' V j MOTHER MRS. MARTIN TERESA LUTHER . KING.JR.L-lW - SPECIAL " GUEST -- MARISA I I wayne I "for iv KT YoungstDoughttr I 4 C"" JIL""" $ BOB HOPE x Mm n. L m J 't! '.17 . EVANS SAMMY DAVIS JR. V ROGER WILLIAMS DR. ROBERT SCHULLER ANET WATCH THIS V ' r'frM T I . . TELEVISION EVENT Sunday at 7 am WCPX-6 4 V

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