Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1977 · Page 47
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Wed., May25,1977 GRKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 47 Coaches select Aii-W'eko Assn. baseball team Highland. Valley and Fort Lupton each landed two ba-lhs on the All-Welco Assn. baseball team selected by the league's roaches. Senior infielder-pitcher Tom Filler and Junior pitcher Dale Jansson were named to the 10- man club from league champ Highland. From South Division titlist Valley, junior pitcher Dale Rains was named to the all-league team along with senior outfielder Gabe Barrera. From Fort Lupton's South Division runnerup, senior outfielder Tony Cooper and senior pitcher-outfielder Ralph Garcia were selected. The rest of the team is made up of Windsor's Dean Koehler, a senior outfielder; senior Bob Rusch, a pitcher-outfielder from University; Weld Central infielder Brian Wall, a senior; and Darrell Fribble, a junior infielder from Roosevelt. In addition to an all-league Brian Wall, Weld Central, team, the coaches selected all senior infielder. North and South Division dubs Darrell Pribble. Roosevelt, with honorable mention junior infielder. selections for each. Tony Cooper, Fort Lupton, Also, co-coaches-of-the-year senior outfielder, were picked. Ron Dill was one Ralph Garcia, Fort Lupton. of the coaches named for senior pitcher-outfielder, leading Highland to a second Dale Rains, Valley, junior straight league title. The other coach tabbed was Valley's first- year boss Greg Pilkington, who led the Vikings to 17 straight victories before losing to Dill and Highland in the league tournament finals. pitcher. pitcher. Roosevelt -- sophomore infielder; Dan Gabe Barrera, Valley, senior Prib'ble. Fort Lupton -- Cooper; Weber, senior outfielder, outfielder. Garcia; Rick Schmidt, senior Roosevelt - David Vohs, junior pitcher-outfielder. Valley -- pitcher. Fort Lupton -- John Rains; Bacrera; Ron Kern, Abeyfa, junior infielder; Brad senior infielder. Acre, sophomore, catcher. Valley -- Mike O'Brien, senior. Honorable mention: Weld infielder-pitcher; Calvin Central - Tony Murphy, Kauffman, senior, catcher. Coaches-of-the-Vear Ron Dill, Highland. Greg Pilkington, Valley. All-South Division Weld Central - Wall; Dug Sirios, senior catcher- ALL-WELCOASSN. BASEBALL SELECTIONS Tom Filler, Highland, senior infielder-pitcher. Dale Jansson, Highland, junior pitcher.- Dean Koehler, Windsor, senior oulfielder. Bob Rusch, University, senior pitcher-outfielder. Gaylo Richardson top girl Alberts captures Welco pentathlon ERIE - Valley's Gayla dash, discus, high jump and Hill, Roosevelt, 3443; Rex Sen- placing high in all five events. Richardson and Weld Central's mile run. weers, University High, 3342; She had an : 11.2 in the 80-yard nearly 400 All-North Division Wes Kooy, junior, pitcher. Highland -- Filler; Jansson; Honorable mention: Eaton -Kurt Cunningham, senior in- Larry Lawhead, junior infielder; Glenn Cunningham, fielder. Highland -- Pete freshman catcher. Eaton -- Thompson, Junior outfielder- Kirk Kindsfater, sophomore pitcher. Windsor -- Stan Det- infielder; Brett Weber, senior terer, junior pitcher; Ernie infielder-pitcher. Windsor -- Hinojosa, senior infielder. Koehler. University -- Rusch; Berthoud -- Ron Adair, senior Dan Schumacher, senior, in- oulfielder. University -- Jerry fielder-catcher. Berthoud -- Andrade, senior infielder. Bobby Alberts walked off with top honors in the five-event Welco Assn. Pentathlon here Tuesday afternoon. Alberts scored 3,825 total points to record the highest boys total in recent years. The and 5:09 in the mile run. events in the boys meet are 120- Gonzales was second with yard high hurdles, 100-yard 3466 points, followed by Jeff Alberts scored points more ihan his closest competitor, Erie's Rick Gonzales. Alberts had a :16.5 in the hurdles, :l0.6in the 100,105-flin the discus, 5-5 in the high jump Advice for coach Huskies better get offense going against VanderWal Mike Schlagel, Windsor, 3316; hurdles, :11.9 in the 100-yard Cleve Tuck, Erie, 3053; Ed dash, a 63-0 in the discus, 4-6 in Cervantes, Roosevelt, 3030; Bill. the high jump and 2:43 in the Shaw, University High, 3013; 880-yard run. Mike Arnold, Weld Central, Estes Park's Sharon Der- 29B2; and Kirk Weigang, Erie, mody was second with 3216 2952. - points, followed by Diane Valley's Miss Richardson Weigang, Erie, 3146; Gaynelle scored 3,487 total points, Sipe, Erie, 2984; Brenda Holton, Fort Lupton, 2745; Jacque Slavens, Berthoud, 2729; Teresa Beck, Berthoud, 2717; Patty Jordan, Weld Central, 2712; Kristie Cogburn, Valley, 2692; and Kathy Gratton, Weld Central, 2530. A total of 30 boys and 28 girls ByTOMBARBOUR Tribune Sports Writer If you were Highland High School baseball coach Ron Dill, you might be calling Greg Pilkington this week for advice. Dill, you see, is in the same boat Pilkinglon was last week. The Huskies meet Denver Christian in the semifinal round of the Class AA playoffs Saturday at 1 p.m. in Pierce. Denver Christian had little trouble posting a 5-0 win over Pilkington's Valley club last week to advance while the Huskies were knocking off St. Mary's. The story of Valley's loss was Crusader righthander Ray VanderWal. The All- Metropolitan League selection fired a three-hitter at the Vikings, sending 11 hiking back to the dugout after striking out. Pilkington,' who at one time played leftfield for the University of Northern Colorado, sounds just like Bear coach Tom Petroff when offering ideas on how to defeat Denver Christian. "It's a matter of getting the offense going," he said. "Highland has to hit the ball and make their (Denver Christian's) defense play it." Petroff would call that creating a situation. Pilkington probably thinks he knows VanderWal like the back of his hand after last Saturday, but he's still wondering about the Denver Christian defense. "We never really found out what kind of defense they have," Pilkington said. "When you have U guys strike out in seven innings, you really don't get to see a whole lot."". That's true. VanderWal personally handled 11 of the 21 putouts in the game with the strikeouts. In addition to the Ks, the Vikings had eight batters ground out, one foul out and one popup in the infield. Of the eight ground outs, three were to the mound, two to Denver Christian second baseman Greg Ham, a pair to first sacker Dave Van Eps and one to third baseman Scott Hamstra. Hamstra caught the foul popup and Ham handled the infield pop. The three Crusader outfielders -- Jim Dumler, Randy Traitor and Steve Wolffis never touched the ball, and shortstop Eric Forseth only got his hands on it when it was thrown around the infield after another strikeout. The only time Denver Christian came close to an error was when VanderWal slipped in the wet grass coming off the mound to field Dale Rains' bunt in the first inning. He kept his composure, however, and quickly regained his feet to throw. Rains out at first as a Valley runner advanced. But Pilkington is convinced of what needs, to he done. "They have to hit VanderWal," he said. "They have to make Denver Christian make a play on the ball." Hey, Ron, did ya get all that? Debbie Shaw loses Greeley West's Debbie Shaw lost both of her matches in the Girls' State Tennis Tournament last weekend at the Air Force Academy. 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