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[ Page 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., M»y 11, 1970 Central Ends League Play, Sweeps Two From Sterling STERING -- Greeley Central ended its league season with a 14-0 Northern record by sweeping a doubleheader from Sterling 14-4 and 3-1 here Saturday. The Cats will take the week off and duel either Ranum or Brighton (Skyline L e a g u e champ) Saturday in the state quarterfinal game at Greeley. The Northern League champions, for the first time this "It's always good to know that you have some extra pitchers if you need them. Lower and Thompson showed me that they could work on the mound and do a good job. I was especially happy with Lower," Central coach Rich Rangle said. In the first game the Cats bashed out 12 hits scoring 14 runs. Every player on the Central roster saw action accord- season, used other pitchers be-|jng to Rangle. sides Bob Kelly and Dave Jones, i The Cats used a big w . mn with Sterling's Gene Hurst than they did with Bruce Mahaffey| and Earl Sutler in the first tilt. The Cats managed to knockj out seven hits, spreading their scoring in three different innings. The big hits were Bob Chavez's double driving in · Kim Brill, who also had doubled, in the second inning. In the fifth, Kelly started the first game and was relieved in the second by Henry Thompson, and in the second game, Tow Lower start- fourth inning to put the 'icing' on the cake. In that inning, Central's Bob Gronquist unloaded with a 2-run double. ed and went all the way fanning! D , fe R t t rf th 19, winning h,s first game. . f f with a thfee run homBer to j get things rolling and after that, j starter Kelly breezed to pick up his tenth victory of the season Northern Baseball Final Conference Arnie Duran hit a sold home run for the second Wildcat tally and in the six Joe Murphey's double drove in Dick Keever, who had singled. Sterling scored Us only run In the sixth when Rex Berkey singled, moved to second on a fielder's choice and scored on Bob Bowig's single. Lower pitched good ball, striking out 10 and walking only one. UNC Trackmen Fare Well in CSU Meet FORT COLLINS - University of Northern Colorado's track and field team fared well Saturday in. the Colorado State University Invitational. team scores were recor- Team W Central 14 Fort Morgan 10 Fort Collins 8 Longmont ..._ West .... Loveland Poudre Sterling 10 72 | against no losses. Kelly fanned 1 nine and walked none in his four inning stint. i K0 ^^i^Xr^^ «-ge Wallace ters had a little more trouble -*^ f -fj e run in the A- -A- -*· preliminaries. His time was * * * 4:21.7, topping his old record jby three seconds. He placed h bi;fourth in the finals. 2 2 Paul Medeiros The 1970 Northern Conference baseball action was concluded Saturday with Greeley Central winning and three teams deadlocking for sixth place. The Wildcats defeated Sterling, 14-4 and 3-1, to end the league season undefeated. The Wildcats take an overall 17-0-1 record into the State AAA playoofs this weekend. Central will face either Brighton or Ranum of. Westminster. Loveland, Poudre and Sterling each compiled 4-10 records to wind up tied for sixth place. Saturday's games were make- ups of earlier postponements. Fort Morgan split with Fort Collins, the Lambkins winning the first 4-3 and Fort Morgan the second, 8-3. Fort Morgan finished in second place followed First Game: Central (14) Duran, ss Gronquist, cf Ankeney, cf Lower, ib Keever, If Jones, If McLaughlin, If Kelly, p by Fort Collins. Longmont and Poudre split. Longmont won the' first game, 94, to insure itself of fourth place. Poudre won the second game, 12-10. Greeley West took fifth with a 7-5-victory over Loveland. R H E Ft. Collins 022 000 0-4 8 1 Ft. Morgan 001 200 0--3 7 1 Gablehouse and Moddelmog; Bowers, rf . Murphy, rf Brill, 2b Allen, 2b ._ Chavez, 3b D'Amato, c Grossnickle, c . P Totals Sterling (4) took third 2 2'places in the 100 and 220-yard 1 Oi dashes. His 100 time was 9.9 1 21 seconds, while he had a 22.0 1 3jin Ihe 200. George Rasmussen 0 0; ran the 100 in 10 seconds. 0 0! Dennis Coleman threw the 1 11 javelin 218 Ft. 8 in. to place Oilhird, and the 440-yard relay 0 ; Oi Si 2iBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 American League 0 East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. team was third in 42.1 seconds Relay runners were Rasmussen, Medeiros, Charley Higgins and Larry Thompson. Bob Hambright qualified for the high hurdles finals in 15.1 seconds but didn't place. The half-mile times were e x c e p t i o n a l , and Larry Heidebrecht's 1;56.0 failed to get him into the finals. Lynn Cady took third in the pole vault with 14 ft. 6 in., while Northern Colorado's mile relay team placed fourth in 3:19.1. Runners were Mick Denzin BARELY MAKES TAG - Loveland Catcher Lee Lorimor shoves his mitt toward sliding Dan Vatt for an out in the third inning of Saturday's game. Lorimor took the throw from Right Fielder Doug Bernhardt to make the play on Vatt, who tried to score from second on Tom Askew's base hit. Greeley West's Mike Truesdell signals to Vatt to slide. West didn't need the run as the Spartans beat Loveland, 7-5, to take fifth place in the Northern Conference standings. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloney) GW-Loveland Box Score Steve Wighlman, Jeff Hancock £· and Huggins. West (7) U n i v e r s i t y of Northern Colorado is host to the Rocky mountain Athletic Conference! Ma . v - P championships this weekend. The Majors ab .. 3 Stromberger, If 1 Bauer, 2b 4 4 4 4 2 1 Teppert, Ib 31 14 11 13 ab r h bi Owen, c 3 0 1 Harris, 3 b 3 0 0 Berkey, c f 3 0 1 Schoenberg, If 3 1 1 Reyher, s s 2 1 1 Sutler, rf-p 3 0 0 Ballard, 2b 2 1 0 Plank, Ib 3 0 0 " ' " 1 0 0 1 1 Mahaffey, Knickerbocker, rf _. 2 Baltimore . Detroit Boston New York Wash'n Cleveland .... 21 8 .724 15 12 .556 5 14 13 .519 6 16 15 .516 13 16 .448 8 10 16 .385 9V4 Boston (Culp 2-4) al California (Murphy 4-2), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Washington at Oakland, N Boston at California, N New York at Seattle, N Baltimore at Minnesota, N Chicago at Detroit, N Kansas City at Cleveland, N D. Vatt, ss -iRichardson, rf | "'Rothe, rf .·_. I Askew, 3b 3 ^Truesdell, cf 3 Hill, c h bi 0 0 Gilbert Defeats Crampton In Houston Sudden Death By BOB GREEN Associated Press Golf Writer HOUSTON (AP) -- Gibby Gil- 0 jjjbert was, for four days and 71 Qiholes, lost in the shuffle. He was gillie other guy playing with 0 Bruce Crampton and people in West Division Minnesota ._ 18 5 5667 California ... 18 10 .643 Oakland 14 16 .467 S'.i 0 Chicago ....... 11 17 .393 7', Kansas City _ 10 18 .357 Milwaukee .. 10 20 .333 9/2 Totals Central {Sterling -- Bengston and Haley, FM. Haley. HR: Ft. Morgan Ft. Collinj A. Lebsock gino, Martell delmog. R H E 000 800--8 8 0 110 000 1--3 10 0 25 4 5 4 .300 (10)00 1--14 .000 031 0- 4 E: Reyher. PO-A: Central 213. Slerling: 21-10. LOB: Central 9, Sterling 2. 2b: Gronquist. HR: Keever, Schoenberg, Knickerbocker. SB: ironquist, Ankeney. Pitching ip h r er bb so Kelley and (4) Haley; Leand Mod- Longmonf Poudre Seewald R H E 110 700 0-9 5 1 200 020 0--4 9 3 and Ehlert; McGregor, Hoyt (4), McKenzie (4) and Buslos. R H E Poudre 001 334 1--12 16 4 Longmont 004 204 0-10 McGraw, McKenzie (3) and Peterson: Parise, Strong (6 and Ehlert. -- AUCTION -Tunnel Construction Equipment 5775 West 11th Avenue Denver, Colorado Thurs., May 14, 1970, 10 a.m. (W, 10-0) Thompson _ 4 3 3 4 4 1 7i Mahaffey (L) 3 'A 8 9 8 5 3\ Sutler .._ ...... 3% 3 5 3 7 7 WP: Sutter. HP: Reyher (by Thompson). Second game: Central (3) Duran, ss ..__ Ankeney, cf . Lower, p ____ Keever, If _ Bowers, Ib _ Murphy, rf _ Brill, 2b . ____ Chavez, 3b _ Grossnickle, Saturday's Results Milwaukee 3, Washington 10 innings Detroit 7, Kansas City 4 Baltimore 4, Chicago 3 Minnesota 5, Cleveland 3 Boston 5, Oakland 3 California 11, New York 3 Sunday's Results Oakland 7, Boston 4 New York 4, California 3 Milwaukee 6-7, Washington 5-6 Baltimore 7-4, Chicago 2-2 Kansas City 9, Detroit 7 Cleveland 5, Minnesota 4 Today's Garnet New York (Stottlemyre 3-3) al Milwaukee (Bolin 1-2, N Chicago (Wynn 0 1) at Detroil (Niekro 3-2 or Cain 1-1), N Chicago New York 'hila'phia .... Pittsburgh _ 13 St. Louis ____ 11 8 ab _ 3 _ 3 _ 3 _ 2 _ 2 _ 3 _ 3 3 2 h bi 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 Oational Lt*gu East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Montreal . 11 15 16 16 14 19 .577 .483 .448 .448 .44 .296 Totals _ _ 32 7 12 5 Loveland (5) ab Weaterill, ss-p 4 Ferguson, 3b-ss 4 Bernhardt, rf-lf _ 2 Lorimer, c - _ 3 Lussenhop, p-cf 3 Kantz, cf-p-3b Gibson, 2b -Ryden, If Joster, rf Schmid.'lb _ Bernhardt, ph _ 0 (D 2 A A! their sparse gallery kept saying, u "h'Who's he?" But Gilbert had a lifetime of 3Vz i obscurity behind him, was used h b i j l o the feeling and followed his o'own formula to score his first 1 j professional golf lour victory: 1| "Just keep plugging." Ot He did, and the 29-year-old O^'iub pro from Hollywood, Fla., o|on the pro lour for just a couple l]of months, made up two strokes pjon the final hole, caught Bruce OJCrampton and then beat him on the third hole of a sudden death Totals 28 5 10 3 playoff Sunday in the $115,000 Houston Champions Internalion. al Invitational tourney. "1 didn't deserve to win,' 3%|W«t 311 000 7--7 j Crampton said. "Gibby played Loveland -- 000 002 3--Si very well, made only one bogej 7'A West Division incinnati .... 23 Atlanta _.... 17 Los Angeles 17 San Fran 15 Houston 14 San Diego ._. 14 Bears Split AFA «I2 With 0 AIR FORCE ACADEMY - ,1'he University of Northern "| Colorado Freshmen baseball 1 team and the Air Force Totals Sterling (1) Owen, c Harris, 3b _ Nick, ph Berkey, c f . c 2 0 0 0 academy Jayvee squad split a doubleheader here Saturday . 24 3 7 3'with the Falcons winning the ' first 4-2 and the Bears taking OPEN FOR INSPECTION MAY 11-13, 1970, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m Tunnel equipment -- locomo- ___ ^ __ tive, Plymouth Mine-O-Matic, Ballard| 2 b Schoenberg, If -Plank, If Knickerbicker, rf .. Bowig, Ib Reyher, ss ... mod. DDT, 15 ton with GMC | H with scrubber, 36 in. "Ursi, p 5 car slusher train with Diesel gauge. ab 4 1 3 ... 0 _ 4 _ 3 0 2 2 3 2 3 h bi 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 I the second 11-6. In tt^. first game, two Air -- 0 Force batters popped home runs o!P ac ' n S' ne ' r attack- Steve Saffer Bill Cicero hit the wallops. Totals 26 1 4 1 air lugger bucket. Ironton electric locomotive, 12 Lorain side] dump cars, 5 yd., sand car, 6,Sterling rocker 2 yd. dump cars, 2-man Central trip car, tunnel hopper car, agi-: tating bin with crete placer,, E: Duran, Chavez, PO--A: Eimco; air motor, bottom dumpjsterling 18-3, Central 21-8. LOB: . 000 Ml 0-1 010 Oil x-3 cars, hydraulic dump, 2 Atlas- Copco muckers, 2 powder houses, powder box, Airplace 2b: sterling Brill, Chavez, HR: Duran. S: Bowers. Crete placer, conveyor 24'x20 fl . Lots of misc. pumps, 2500 6" x| 6" x 60" mine ties. About 1200. Pitching ip ft., 60 Ib. rail mine track, screw-i Lower jacks, drifters, jack legli, sinki (\y 1-0) 7 4 drills, air motors, etc. j Hurst (L) ,; 7 Berkey. h r er bb so In the fifth inning, AFA got a triple play against the Bears With runners on first and second, pitcher Mark Wilson hit a sacrifice bunt. He was thrown out at first and the runner that was on second tried to advance to home and was thrown out In the meantime, the runner that was originally on first triet to go to third and he too was thrown out completing the triple play. In the second game Gary Flewellen and Brian Foster paced the Bears to a 11-6 victory. Flewellen went three for four 8 .742 12 .586 5 12 .586 5 16 .484 8 17 .452 9 18 .438 914 Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 6, Houston 3 New York 14, San Francisco 5 Chicago 8, Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles 9, Philadelphia 14 innings Atlanta 5, St .Louis 3 San Diego 6, Montreal 0 Sunday's Results Houston 9, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 6, Atlanta 5 Cincinnati 7, Chicago 6 Los Angeles 7, Philadelphia 0 San Diego 5, Montreal 4 San Francisco 11, New York 7 Today's Games Montreal (Morton 3-0) at New York (Seaver 6-0), N Atlanta (Niekro 3-4) at Chicago (Decker 1-2) Philadelphia (Bunning 1-3) at St. Louis (Carleton 1-4), N Cincinnati (McGlothlin 3-2) al Pittsburgh (Veale 1-3), N San Francisco (Perry 3-4) at. San Diego (Dobson 3-3), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Montreal at New York Atlanta at Chicago Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N San Fran, at San Diego, N Houston at Los Angeles, N E: Vatl 2, Bauer 2, Hill 2, Veatherill, Lussenhop, Kantz, ibson. PO--A: West 21-4, Love- and 21-7. DP: West, Teppert nassisted, Bauer, Teppert. LOB: Wesl 5, Loveland 4. May Bern urider-par on the ' 7,166-yard Champions Golf club course. He had a final 70. Crampton with a two-stroke lead over Bert Greene going nto the last round, had a 73, two-putted for the ninth playoff this season. They both parred the first two extra holes, but Bruce put his itee shot in the water on the also for 282. Greene, who «iocked himself out of it with a third. The rock-steady Gilbert played it in regulation for the doUble-bogey six when he hit'$23,000 first prize. into a creek on the 17th, had a 72 for 283. Most of the drama concerned!" ..., ,, ,, , . , . the stretch duel between -' rallble Ben H °8 an ' P la - vin 8 hls Most of the aUcn tion early In ibe day was centered on the in- Crampton Bert, a and Greene. Lean first tournament in three years. drawling Georgian, He ran off a string of three moved into the lead when he| coll ;; ccll ti ve birdies starting on holed a DO-foot putt for an eagle 'the 'third hole, turned in three in on the ninth. But he three-pulled the jthrec-under-par but faltered as his shattered, still-ailing 57- V I .tn. and then took the double bogey year-old legs began to tire on on the 17th. Ithe back side. He finished with Cramplon stayed close all t h e j a 70 for 287 way and Gilbert was a shadowy.! ,., , d . bcller than T obscure figure, never closer j , , , , woul[] ., , ne w Ho . than two strokes. He birdiod he £ id ..,, t r |ircd ,, 13th from 15 feet and then bob ' He finished only five strokes r erbbso! 5 5 3 5; n 0 0 1; 3 2 0 0] 3 2 0 3 1 0 0 Oi 3 10 1 Seven back tractors with hoes, 4 dozer crawler or side boom, 5 compressors up to 600 CFM, Gallon maintainer, 12'] trucks and pickups, '67 Cad. Sed. De Ville, '66 Cad. Coupe; DC Ville, 3 trenchers, shop; trailer, single and tandem axlej floats, light plants, welders, drag, clam, cement buckets, or-.TM^»"» city ange peel. Several thousand ;wichit.i feet, 2 inch used pipe, lots of Den- scrap iron, used lumber. ABOVE EQUIPMENT SURPLUS TO NEEDS OF F. H. LINNEMAN, INC. TERMS -- Cash. Everythinj sold as is. Settlement in ful tale day. WRITE FOR BROCHURE Sale Conducted By McCREA CO. Auctioneers cV " 1242 So. Gilpin (30.1) 7'W-6011 !m , Denver, Colorado 80210 "TM r HP: Nick (by Lower) The Minors with two triples and drove in (two runs. Foster hit a three run home run in the fiflh. Tom Stewart went the distance for the Bears striking out six and walking five. Golf Notes Tee-off times for Tuesday's Greeley County Club's Women's 9-hold Assn.: 9 a.m. M. Burch, J. Burg, M. McLauthlin, C. Meyer. 9:07 a.m. H. Williams, J. Hinman, A. Gregory, B. Martin. 9:14 a.m. J. Patterson, A. Fuerst, M. Wiege, A. Speetzen. 9:21 a.m. T. Houtchens, P. Pillock, F. Melhauser, L. Funk. 9:28 a.m. Adamscn, B. Eldred, C. Young, S. Adamson. 9:35 a.m. P. Rymes, L. Bain, D. Kiley, I. Houtchens. 3b: Bauer. Tepperl, Truesdell, Weatherill, lardt. HR: May. SB: Bauer, day Bernhardt, Lorimor. SK: Gibson. itching Ip h May (W, 2-5) 6'i 8 Truesdall 2 h 2 jissenhop (L) M 3 Kantz R 9 Weatherill =.i 0 Balk: Kanlz. HBP: Bernhardtj (by May). j Loveland JV i Edges West/ 4-2 The Greeley West jayvee baseballers lost their final game of the season here Saturday as the Loveland Indians trounced them 4-2 Saturday. West pitcher Ron Segelke pitched good ball only giving up four hits, but was plagued by wildness walking four and five errors by his teammates. Two of the four runs that the Indians scored were unearned. The game was tied 2-2 going in the top of the seventh when Loveland scored twice and West once. R H E West JV 010 000 1-2 5 5 Loveland 000 022 x-4 4 2 Segelke, Kurtz (6) and S c h o m m e r . Constntz and Lorimor. and that's good on this course, He's a worthy champion." Gilbert, who decided to go on the tour only afler plnying the Doral tournamenl in Florida- he was the SB-hole leader there --was in third place most of the warm, muggy day, but finished with a 72-hole score of 282, two- eeycd Ihe 17th from the water.l " c , '"" sne The lean, dark one-time stu-| n f f t h o P ;lcc dent at the University of Chatla-! Greene finished alone mjhlrd, nooga was Iwo strokes ' going lo the final hole. Both he and Cramplon drove^Vall, 285, and a quartet at 286, Ihe fairway, but Cramplon put,Julius Borns, Doug Sanders, his second far to the left,'Dale Douglass and Jim Colbert, chipped short and missed a 10- *TM n iri Pnlmnr .lark Nick- footer. Gilbert, plugging away, pul his second on the green and i compete. down!with South African Gary Player i fourth at 284, followed by Art Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus. and Billy Casper did not A car is no safer than its weakest part, reminds the State Patrol. Be sure you are ready for a safe summer of motoring by putting your car in good mechanical condition. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisturn Division W L Pel GB 11 R -R.1B -30 12 ASS 4 10 1.1 .135 4'.4 5 15 .250 S Eastern Division W L ..Pet. CB Iniva )3 fi .fM -Indianapolis :2 7 .6,12 1 Omaha » 9 .-171 1 F.vansvillc 7 n .43« 4'4 Sunday's Rtlutts Omaha 5. Tulsa ·! Indianapolis f*. Dcnvpr S I Wichita at Kvansville postponed, raint-il Oklahoma City 13, Iowa 9 Monday's Games Omaha (O'Rilcy 0-11 at Oklahoma CityiSecOnd game 2J» at Tnla (Rciiw, HnUNC Frosh inavailahlf) at Kvansville ( mnr.jy^j r p orcft JV · | The Bear Cubs are now 4-4 g . 42 g m B cropper. D. and travel to Grand Junction Wood w Gregory, L. Markley Friday and Saturday for a four- 9 4| j £ G * ld j j game set with Mesa Junior College. First gam« R H E UNC Frosh 100 010 0-- 2 5 3 Air'force JV 112 000 x- 4 8 2j Mark Wilson and H u m b a r g e r R. Showalter. No. 10 Tee: 9 a.m. I. Boellcher, E. Kroger, J. Vaughan. P. Peterson. :07 a.m. L. Gill, E. Fine, P. Lott, S. Baisley. Stan! 9:14 a.m. B. Nelson, S. Gulasey and Houtchens, V. Sutherland, J. Official Headquarters Baseball Equipment All Leagues Team Prices mm Meister. HU: Air Force, Saffer, |Dwycr. Cicero. rSrhaoffrr, 0-1 Inwa ris 2-1 I Wirhila 9:21 a.m. N. Allnutt, M. J. _ . Sears, M. Wagner, M. Neal. ,,. , 9:28 a.m. S. Willow, J. Der- ,'ringlm, K. Beson, B. Anderson. 31 al Tuesday's Garnet 000 600 0--i in"ianapoi,«i Tom Slewarf and Dave AndreJR. Realty, M._Kahn! (Smith, ARGENT PORT HOP at OMahnma City at r:\an\\illi* , W i l l i a m s ( 3 ) Phcian (4) and Meister, HR: Clifford, TNC. roster. iRunnells. 9:42 a.m. P. C. Brighi, M. 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