Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 11, 1973 · Page 26
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Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, April 11, 1973
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blank Bulldogs, 7-0, ill fesf of division leaders . « · - = · · , |ByJIMKriHMITT Jrihunc Sports Writer LAgSAUJS - The Valley Vikifes continued on their winning side Tuesday aflernnnn as they shut out University H|gh, Ihe Northern Division le|a#;s, 7-0. _ fl|$Kern wen! the distance 'mrthPmound for Valley giving up only lour hils on Ihe way to his third straight victory. CSSke, win. puts Valley's Welco Assji^Southern Division record at Pi'and its overall record at 8-1. ·· :· 'After jumping off lo an early ,,H):srcond inning lead Ihe . Vikings rallied for three runs in the fourth and three in Ihe fifth for.lhe final day's total. Ken Bollig started things off in relief pitcher Steve Pargas, for Valley with a single in the who went the remainder of Ihe fourth inning. H° was followed game for .the Bulldogs. by Bill l,ewis and John Love A wild, throw from second lo who both walked lo load Ihe bases for the Vikings. With the bases loaded, two more Vikings reached first on walks, scoring Bollig and Love. Lupe Chacon followed wilh a double, sending in Lewis for Ihe first on a 'ground ball sent in Valley's final- Iwo runs of Ihe game. It was a day of bad breaks for University, as il was unable to put a runner in scoring position throughout the game. The Bull- final run of the inning. dogs are now 5-1 in league play .Harold Craven lead off and 5-3 overall. Valley will play host lo Koosevelt for I wo games on Thursday afternoon at I p.m. mo :uo 0--7 11(111 (100 0--0 Valley's side of Ihe fifth inning with double and went lo third on a passed ball. Kern (hen hit a long sacrifice fly, sending Craven in for the score. Kollig and Love holh walked with one out. At this lime Uni- versitv coach ,Iim Sullivan sent Valley (HO :uo 0--7 !) 2 University mm 000 0--0 4 3 Kern, (W, 3-0) and Bollig; Sudduth, (Li Pargas (5) and Sgoberg. Wed., April I I , I»7J (JUKKLEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 27 Sports Schedule ACTION AT SECOND -- A crowd gathers at second base as University High tries unsuccessfully to catch a runner off base. Seds beat 9-1 EATON -- Eaton got. the benefit of the home field advantage when the Reds and "Weld"Central Rebels moved th'eir'-Welco Assn. inlcrdivision ' baseball game to Ealon Tues- · day" and the Reds went on to ·' wiri'J'9-1. Ja'dk Cazer threw his second · bne'Wtler of the season lo lead Ealtfn. The big righthander 1 - threw 12 strikeouts. But it was ·· along the lines of the old saying, · -"'WHeh you're hot, you're hot. And when you're not. . ." 1 ' ' Ca'zer was also wild at limes, walking seven and hitting three baiters with wild pitches. Jjaier also led Ealon in hit- ling. He had Ihree base hils and got two RBIs. Eaton had five double's, two from Pal Wright and one each from Randy · Vo"gel, Doug Slroberg and Rick McClure. 1 - ' " touch of Ihe action came in a 1 · wild "sixth-inning surge as · F.aton'got six runs. Vogel led off · ' 'With his double lo righl field, followed by Wright's second double of the game lo bring in one run. Bob Beets put runners on first and third with an infield single, then Marty Damrell was hit by a pitch to load the bases. A fielder's choice allowed McClure to get to first safely and another run to cross the plate. The bases were slill loaded, then Beets scored on an error. Damrell was thrown out trying to steal third. Stroberg got the third double of the inning to score McClure. After a strikeout, Cazer singled in Slroberg and scored on an infield error for Ihe final run of the game. Eaton is 4-3 in Welco play, 6-5 overall. Weld Central is 1-6. Katon 201 006 0--9 11 1 WC' 000 000 1--1 1 4 Jack Cazer (W, 4-3) and Mike Eldridge; Ed Jordan ( L ) , Anthony Marquez (6) and Jeff Keckard, Thurtell (6). HE -Mike Eldridge, E, 3rd wilh none on base. April 14, 21 of Heath ·1.1! Little League Baseball registration scheduled · Registration of candidates for I h e · ; area's Little League · baseball program will be held · ,Apr,il 14 and April 21 (both . .Saturdays) at Heath Junior Higlv/School in Greeley. ; .'Hours for registration will be .from-9 a.m. until noon bolh · .'dates. . .:· iT.o : be eligible for Ihe program, candidates must . jnefit the following qualifications: --Reside within Ihe LaSalle, Wans or Greeley area. "·· '--Be accompanied by at least ' one parent. 1 --Must he eight (8) years of age before August 1, 1973, but ' hot thirteen (13) before Ihe same date. " Original birlh certificates, h'pi'iiication of birlh registrations, birlh registration 'cards or certified copies of the sa'jrte must be presented as ' legal" proof of age. Baptismal certificates will not he acceptable. All documents will be registration and immediately returned. Little League Iryouls will be held--after registration at two different sites on Saturday, May 5. American League candidates will report al- 10 a.m. at the Pete D'Amato Field in Evans (a mile west of Ihe stop light on 9th Street). National League candidates will report at 10 a.m. Ihe same day to Paul Hoshiko Field, 9th Ave. and 1st St., Greeley. Boys trying out musl furnish their own gloves, caps, shoes. A proof of physical fitness- signed by a doctor--musl be turned in lo the player agent or manager before a boy will be allowed to play his first game. Dr. Arnold Foulk is president of the American League. President of Ihe N a t i o n a l League is Gary Novinger. Cloverleaf Greyhound Cloverleaf charity night Tuesday raises 530,733 UJVELAND - - Blair centshareof Ihewagering, plus .Brpljiers-owned greyhounds breakage, pushed the overall 'walked off wilh both features, charity total pasl Ihe $220,000 including the Earle MacAdam mark. Blair's Bella Mink, off al 7-2, romped lo an easy win in the . ,TI,e proceeds turned over to Mem ° r ! al feaU ' rc a " crf ! ak . in ",' ' I , r^ i «« AJ the lead away from the field at. the track's Earle MacAdam » mj|e Memorial Fund from Tuesday's ""· ' 1 l-ra'cc card was $30,733.05, Ihe » radlln( ' r ' " Idrge'st total ever received by It was the 20th victory in nine the benefit fund. The figure, nights of racing for Ihe Blair " Vtip'resenling Cloverleaf's 10 per kennel here. Ontario speedway reopened ' ONTARIO Calif. (AIM -The Ihe. 700-acrc racing plant "as .nation's granddnddy of race snon as possible" Jones sad. ' . -tracks and one of racing's big- Cily of Ontario officials gave gest ; namcs joined forces lo revive the $25.5-millinn, three- year-old Ontario Molor Speedway: Pending expecled approval from' bondholders, a partner- unanimous approval Tuesday to the proposal for a resl-of- Ihe-year lease wilh a 10-year option starting next Jan. 1. Jones and Tony Hulman, president of Indianapolis Molor The Valley Vikings beat University High, 7-0, in a meeting of Welco Assn. division leaders. (Tribune photo by Jim Kimmitt) Kinoshita paces Highland past Roosevelt in 1-0 win PLAY AT HOME - University High catcher Dave Sjoberg puls out an unidentified Valley baserunner trying lo score in Tuesday's Welco baseball action. (Tribune photo by Jim Kimmitt) Women's volleyball tourney heads Into quarterfinals M I L L I K E N -- Highland lefthander Alan Kinoshila won out over Roosevelt's Raul Herrera in a light pitchers' duel here Tuesday for a 1-0 win in Welco Assn. interdivision baseball. Kinoshita pitched a Iwo-hiller and Herrera allowed only three hits. Kinoshita got 13 strikeouts to 11 for Herrera and gave up only four walks while Ihe Rider hurler had five. Highland's one run came in the third as Herrera walked leadoff hatter Paul Hoffner. Following an infield error that put Hoffner on second, Kinoshita got Ihe game winning righl field. WELCO ASSN. BASKBALL Tucs., April 10, IflTI! Division Standings North W L Pts Opp 5 1 42 28 4 3 47 27 3 2 24 24 0 2 3 14 Team UII Eaton Highland Windsor PV 4 26 36 South Tuesday's Results First race -- Rielly 9.20, 3.00, 2.20; Pretty Jenner 4.60, 2.80; B.B.'s Commando 2.20. Quiniela (1-8) 20.00. Time 31.47. Second race D's Pinkey 4.00, 3.40,2.60; D.B. Kid Bawnie 9.60, 4.00; Red Rebel 4.60. Quiniela (2-4) 30.60. Daily Double (8-1) 22.20. Time 30.94. Third race -- Smoky Vel 24.60, 14.40, 6.80; D's Fire Ball 6.20,4.20; Tell The Roman 4.00. Quiniela (2-3) 37.40. Time 31.67. Fourth race -- Captain Kid 51.00, 20.00, 8.20; Lilly McGee 5.40, 3.40; Popular Style 3.20. Quiniela (4-6) 150.40. Time 31.65. Fifth race Dippidy Hew 10.20, 4.60,3.60; J.W. Pert Peggy 5.00, 2.80; Bit O'Heaven 3.80. Quiniela (4-6) 25.20. Perfecta (6-4) 78.00. Time 39.60. Sixth race -- S.S. Sandy 57.20, 31.20, 10.80; Dutch's Blue 6.20, 4.80; Runyon's Pat 5.80. Quniela (2-7) 179.00. Time 31.74. Seventh race -- Another Shock 9.60, 4.40, 2.80; Discount Dan 3.80, 3.60; Silly Tillie 3.40. Quiniela (1-8) 21.00. Time 31.48. Eighth race -- Cherokee Go 2.80, 2.60, 2.20; Samantha Jo. 11.00, 4.00; Oshkosh Curl 3.80. Quinela (3-4) 2R.20. Time 38.78. Ninth race -- Bella Mink 9.20, 4.40,3.80; Inkan Belle 8.00,4.60; White Eagle 3.40. Quiniela (5-8) 53.80. Time 31.27. Tenth race - B.B.'s Jester 5.60, 4.00, 3.20; Cochina 5.40, 4.00; Thin Chic 3.80. Quiniela (67) 27.60. Time 31.3!). Eleventh race --· Aces Red 13.80, 7.20, 4.80; Kontac 6.40, 2.60; Magnificent Array 2.20. Quiniela (7-8) 28.40. Time 39.13. Twin Quin -- (5-7 7-8) $832.20 37 Winners. Attendance 4,051. Handle $296,643. Last Post 11:07 p.m. University High girls top Mitchell University High girls won four out of five matches in non- conference tennis play against Class AAA Billy Mitchell Tuesday. Tricia Shirley beat Laurie Roe, 6-2, 6-1, in number one singles play. Pam Mossert Lost to Ruth Fons of Mitchell, 2-6, 2-6, in Ihe number two singles. Chris Reed bent Dee Bonnet, 8-4, in number three singles. In the only doubles match, slllp'Wluding Indianapolis Mo- Speedway, head the group Pam Shirley and Mnrilcc Hclss loV, 'Spoeclwny and Parnelll cn i lc( , o n | nr io Molor Speedway boat TM«na Cole and Chris Joins' will reopen nm! operate o pcn ,i|ng Company, Ud, Stover, 6-0, 6-1. '.....*.·,, Five teams advanced with victories, and three more advanced with byes Tuesday night in the annual women's volleyball tourney. The City Slickers advanced with a 15-12, 9-15, 15-12 victory . over Shupe brothers. In an "intra-bank" battle, United Bank stopped United Bank Leasing, 15-3, 1.5-12. Monfort Portion rapped State Farm I by 15-2 and 15-0 scores. Adventures Awaiting Woodward won't appeal suspension DENVER (AP) -- Harry Woodward, director of the State Division of Wildlife, said Tuesday he will not appeal his 12-day suspension to the State Department of Personnel. Tom Ten Eyck, director of the State Department of Natural Resources, suspended Woodward April 2 following a lengthy probe into goose hunting incidents which allegedly occurred last December and January in the Denver suburb of Greenwood Village. Woodward and a game warden, John Halfield, were charged in Greenwood Village Municipal Court wilh illegal discharging of firearms and molesting birds. "My decision is not to be construed with (sic) any admission or concurrence with the action taken by Mr. Ten Eyck in this matter," Woodward told Ihe Pueblo Chieftain and Star-Journal in an exclusive interview. In a letter to Ten Eyck, Woodward said: "It is my desire to abate prolonging publicity in this matter and serving the best interests of Ihe Division of Wildlife." Woodward will resume his duties April 18. I Scores I College Baseball By The Associated Press Utah 13, Weber Slate 2 Oklahoma Stale 10-3, Friends, Kan. 0-0 Arizona Slate 3, Norlhern Arizona 3 Air Force 7,Soul hern Colorado St. 2 C'ollogcTcnnls KnnsasSlnleli.Washburn 1 Oklnhomalt.KasI Texas Stale 1 Travel advanced with 15-3 and 15-4 triumphs over State Farm II. And the Greeley Grays downed Comb Curl Her by 1510, 15-10 margins. In a losers bracket contest Tuesday, United Bank Leasing defeated State Farm Activities I, 15-6 and 15-7. United Bank Travel, X-Ray and the Dapper Damsels all advanced to Thursday's quarterfinals by the bye route. Thursday's competition: Greeley Grays vs. Dapper Damsels, fip.m.; Monfort Portion vs. Adventures Awaiting Travel, 6:45 p.m.; United Bank vs. X-Ray, 7:30 p.m.; and United Bank Travel vs. City Slickers, 8:15 p.m. Team Valley Roosevelt Ft. Lupton ISrie we Team UH Ealon Highland Windsor PV W L Pts Opp 6 1 54 15 2 2 34 15 2 1 15 23 3 3 34 36 1 6 16 72 All Games North W L Pts Opp 5 3 46 36 6 5 74 46 3 2 24 24 0 4 tl) 24 0 4 26 36 South Team Valley Erie Roosevelt FI, WC W L Pts Opp 8 1 65 15 3 3 34 36 2 3 43 27 2 5 27 38 1 6 16 72 Highland's other hils came as Mark Meeker singled as Ihe leadoff hitter in the first inning and Loyal Gallalin singled in the fifth. Both Roosevelt hils came in the f i f t h as the Riders threatened. Rick Maesles and Robert Mann got back-lo-back singles. With two runners on base and one out, Kinoshita got his second strikeout of Ihe inning. Then he fielded a ground ball and got the assist for Ihe final out. K o o s e v e l t p r e v e n t e d Highland from adding lo its score wilh a double play in Ihe f i f t h inning. Following Gallatin's single, an error and a walk loaded the bases with one out. Highland tried lo sqiieeze home a run, but the bunt popped up to the mound where Herrera caught it and wheeled lo third for a double play. Roosevelt is now 2-2 in Welco play, 3-2 overall. Highland is 3-2 in bolh cases. Roosevell will play o makeup doubleheader at La Salic al 1 and 4 p.m. Thursday againsl Valley..Highland ,hosts University High in a key doubleheader Saturday. Highland HOI (Hio o--i :i I Roosevelt linn ono n--o 2 2 Alan Kinoshita (W) and Loyal Gallatin; Raul Herrera (L) and Monly Kroh. HH Golf Assn. sets breakfast, golf on Sunday The Highland Hills Men's Golf Assn. will hold its first breakfast and golf competition of the new season beginning at 6:30 a.m. Sunday. The breakfast was postponed last weekend by Ihe spring snow storm. UNCSPOKTS UNC-Baseball Thursday Denver University al UNC, 3 p.m., Jackson Field. UNC-Tennis Friday . UNC at Metro Slate College, 2:30 p.m., Denver. Saturday UNC at Colorado College, Air Force Academy, 10:30 a.m . Colorado Springs. UNC-Track Friday-Saturday UNC at Colorado University Relavs. all day. Boulder. Prep Sports-Baseball Northern Conference Saturday Greeley Central at Longmonl, DH, 10:30 a.m . Longmont. Fort Morgan at Greeley West, DH, 10:30 a.m.. Butch Butler Municipal Field. Fort Collins at Loveland. Sterling at Poudre. \Vclrn Assn. Thursday Weld Central al Roosevelt, 4 p.m.,Milliken. Saturday Roosevell al Erie, DH, 10:30, a.m. and 1 p.m., Erie. Fort Lupton al Valley, DH. 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.. La Salle University al Highland, DH. 10:30 a.m. and I p.m., Pierce Windsor al Ealon, DH, 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., Eaton. Boys' Track Northern Conference Saturday Greeley C e n t r a l , Greeley West al CU Relays, all day. Boulder. Welco Assn. Thursday Ealon al Poudre ,1 Vs, 4 p.m., Fort Collins (non-conference). Estcs Park, Niwot a I Lyons, 4 p.m. (non-conference). Friday Grcelpy West JVs al PJalon, 4 p.m. (non-conference*. Saturday Weld Central al Sterling Invitational, all day. Roosevelt at Florence Invitational, all day. Valley at Holyoke Invitational, all day. Gym nasties Wednesday Poudre al Greeley Central, 7:30 p.m. (make-up). Friday Grcclcy Central at Lakewood, 7:30 p.m. Fort Morgan al Greelny West, 4 p.m. Golf Saturday Greeley Central, Greeley West al Fort Morgan Invitational, all day. Girls' Tennis Thursday Greeley C e n t r a l at Nor- Ihglenn, 3:30 p.m. Poudre at Grccley West, 3:30 p.m. SHOES CONVERSE SKID GRIP ever popular CHEMOLD FOREST HILLS LEATHER . Top grade copy of better shoe cit popular price. ... 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