Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1977 · Page 35
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, Msy'i!. 1917 better Saturday Get thk IV::.i-- · baseballiv.v i i k ',. righthander K ,\ \ . has pitched K v . r ; . last Sauirib) -.,:: ;:.-· Coulil h iv. : .·; Vikim;s V a m l v i W - ! ·: 7 - l f o r t U - J L V I - .-.: . hit shutout !ii · '.". : ..: ' from t h t O . · baseball ul.ij, :'[:· process, lie ::!.'·.·· Crusaders iii;,- !:· .-. [his Saturd.iy ;:(.*· ··· Wolco Assn. '.:.:: champ HigH.i:n! "Actually. h i ,-. wasn't as I;;K''.: .;s i! !·· Katte said. VandirV, .-· was what ir.|i!v:~- '· coach firog 1'ilkir:;:;:. the curve to so-', up ; ·· VanderWal sin..--.. Vikings whil? ;v.;!V three. '. V-';,i'$ curve can be h.·"lard uiuid be in t 1 : 1 . ihir.fs get going . ! p n i . in Fierce. ;··'·':?:epiic!iiny of his :ii!::s it will be ' :' :l s r i i ' p f o r his club 'l.-.H! and move into · :!io uOiowing week .:'.vi Uccky Ford or i . r y impressed with -.me said. "It II'.T a program to go ··' -Mraipiit years. It i ci.'aching and good .' · ,'u club, 14-} after · . r Viiiley, Katte says ·'·': he changed, but .'"H'rally don't go · .·! filings at this .. e:-sc'ii. ·.'loosed witii our · : Valley." Katte -.·. .^c-nJly don't get r ;:·.::!£ all the way '.':.:· order in AA baseball, but I was really pleased with the bottom of our order." Katte was especially pleased with the work of centerfielder Handy Traitor, the seventh batter in the order, and number-eight man Greg Ham, the second baseman. Traitor, a .226 hitter going into the Valley game, was one- for-two Saturday, while Ham recorded two hits and stole home for DC's fourth run of the afternoon. The big stick for the Crusaders, however was cleanup hitting shortstop Eric Forseth. The junior added to his team lead in runs batted in with three against Valley on a pair of long triples. "Eric has been the dutch guy for us all year," Katte said. "I guess you could say he's been the guy with ice water in his veins." The Denver Christian lineup Saturday will be: Scott Harastra, senior third baseman, .339 with 21 runs scored and five rum baited in; Dave Van Eps, senior first baseman, .322 with 10 RBIs; VanderWal, senior, .409 with H RBIs and four home runs; Forseth, .367, 21 RBIs; Jim Dumler, junior leftfielder, .339 with 1C RBIs; Greg Nyhoft, junior catcher, .300 with 12 RBIs; Traitor, .226 with 12 RBIs; Ham, junior, .286 with 14 RBIs; Jerry Anema, senior designated hitter, .158. While Denver Christian was stopping Valley and Highland was knocking off St. Mary's of Colorado Springs in last weekend's quarterfinal action, Rocky Ford defeated Monte Vista and N'ucla stopped Aspen on the other side of the bracket. Rocky Ford, now 17-4, travels to Nucla this week for the other semifinal game at 1:30 p.m. Pi l O K | t r -·; .. U F.I LI *..*:..· An al!-Gree!ey infield Central pitcher Phi! O. highlights the Northern ference All-League ba.-. team picked by inc-mhevi, o media this wee's. Phil Cotner joins brolhor Cotner and teammai-o Reifschneider to ."c-vr? Central on the aU-k-apj;,- s:: along with V.'est inf ieidc: ·:: Mondragon and Mi';? K;e: The one pf.iytr ~[ , position with the most v was named to Hit sl!-i-?; team, while ail other p?' with two or more vo-.es rr-.v: honorable mention. Sterling coach !)·-;. Pilkuigtrn was named C.MC the Year and was ;'·:. unanimous pick of the bv: The Tigers compiled f. overall record this yur. won a post-season pl.tym':'' Greeley Centra! and Ln:-jn to claim the leEgu-;- 1 ^ : tournament berth. Also represeniin^: i;:; champion Sterling u :';:league squad W-.V.'L- iil-.-i Mark Sonnenberg ie::;r eight of nine possible ···: outfielder Bill Wernsnv.in. designated liitier V.tr. Kain Sonnenberg led the ler with a 10-2 pitching --x which includes A s;ii;! ,. innings pitchen in '.V.T; ,\ the Tigers defected Ov.i rai Longmpnt for t!^e le-.-jiiio ' Cotner. a lefthandc-j j.:' highlights era team ': ·.-.·-· r. -..-Iiiiter during the f',--.·:: .-iivi l-v.it Sonnenberg by :-.r:'-.'.: ' "· i with five innings · . :vi.t puciiiny. .·';. : -::,h,-:i-g and Cotner had ·!'.!:· M 1 ..! oeven votes, v ; -. ·.· [!· v!y. v.hile Longmont's ·: · ' ·· :m! Fort Collins 1 Luis · '·'··:· ' tlc-'J for the other i-.-i'i-.v. sr-:t with four votes ( ·:·!;·::'.- i'iin Cotner edged .·;·:·;·,: :i f .'s Pat Schumacher, :: .:'!·';·; ,;::o pick last year, for :s \:.:-.'. ii--=s spot. Cotner had .'.':' :;.iiii!i« average nith 12 7.s b:i!-.d in and a .918 Sterling, designated hitter; George Mau, Fort Morgan, o u t f i e l d e r ; Wernsman, Sterling, outfielder; and Chuck Atwood, Rocky Mountain, outfielder. Two Greeley players., also earned honorable mention with the minimum of two votes. West pitcher Dave Villa was '."·'···:'.T!'^ Reifsclmeider was : · ,· ci'.'j.-: winner at first base, ! ::·.·: i.op.gmont's Steve ·.'.a''?'. T !'e lefthanded junior '. r; ci /iled Central in base · ; : Joubles, and slugging C-rtelcy West's strength in " i-f-.-iJ was obviously up the ;'M!v. Mundrsgon emerged as ; .' i ,-:--';.s'!jc- shortstop in a ·'*}': r.-- ; Ucn, and Kronick is ·: all-'^ayue pick for the ·:on':i .-L"j!ght year. ?,:~r:r-gnn hit .359, led the :.ui in ;ur;s scored and base is, -·:.! contributed a .904 ;!'i : -;-: ,:vcrage. V '·!'·· r Kronick hit .386 and !! : "i-iriaiis in homers and "'."·.·rimg oui the all-league :i: -,vsre Mike Faucett, :i.!.;;. Fort Collins: Kain, NORTHERN CONFERENCE ...All-League Team (Selected by News Media) Catcher -- Mike Faucett, Fort Collins, six votes. First base -- Stan Reifschneider, Gr'celey Central, five votes. Second base -- Mike Kronick, Greeley West, five votes. Shortstop -- Gene Mondragon, Greeley West, four votes. Third base -- Tim Cotner, Greeley Central, four votes. · Outfield -- George Mau, Fort Morgan, five votes; Bill Wernsman, Sterling, four votes; Chuck Atwood, Rocky Mountain, four votes. Designated Hitter -- Ken Kain, Sterling, five votes. Pitchers -- Mark Sonnenberg, Sterling, eight votes; Phil Corner, Greeley Central, seven votes; Tim Lee, Longmont, four votes; Luis Amoros, Fort Collins, four votes. the only other hurler with more than one · vote, and Central rightfielder Jim Morehead was among three outfielders earning honorable mention. Nine members of the media voted from Sterling, Fort Morgan, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland, Boulder and Greeley. Coach of the Year -- Dwayne Pilkington, Sterling, nine votes. Honorable Mention (Two votes or more) Catcher -- John Wood, Centaurus, two votes. First base -- Steve Jacques, Longmorit, three votes. Second base -- Jim Peterson, Poudre, and Albert Sonnenberg, Sterling, two votes apiece. Shortstop -- Tom Roche, Sterling, three votes; Todd French, Rocky Mountain, two votes. Third base -- Pat Schumacher, Longmont, three votes. Outfield -- Jim Morehead, Greeley Central, two votes; Ken Kain, Sterling, two votes; John Galbavy, Niwot, three votes. Designated Hitter - BUI McBride, Fort Collins, two votes. Pitcher - Dave Villa, Greeley West, two votes. nds issension DETROIT i V P I ' troika of Herb Ei.:-v:n Kauffman and Oscar F r will be runni;i;! i!.-' ;': Pistons nc:il s;-.:iu:i ·- intend to t:i::;i: ..:;.: ·'" team's dissidents. Brown, who ^Hdioci ! for Hi scasoiiE sine.-- t i i V Ray Scott, v/a^ r'.Miii-t''! ··'."-.·: .( i-. a" : t another year. :ii ^rmoiineed he was ·^ l;ii!!ielf as general ..i tiie 'jlubin favor of '.-... r°. !hree. timeNation- ·:'··:)! .'££CL'iation All- ··. at '.VI. becomes the : '-M in fhcleague. ' ;t!H !;= taking an :.:o. : t in the financial BOULDER, Colo. '!.TI. · /. i. scholar-athlelefrorn ?;'.?!]!!!·-''···;· V-' and a basketbfll!-v;!!ey!);.'!;'.'.; from Wray havo i;-p;i -·.:·. . .; v winners of- Ih;- ;: ,7 -V,; I Steinmark Iligl. Sci.cc! A;!;!. :·.· . of the Year Av.v.ni-. i: Tnc awards, .-fi-.r. .:· · ··· ; Colorado Sidolin-.-: ', · ' and voted by hisih · · , , coaches, were ,:' ;ur. : :r Wednesday for .Vfc'H.-. ·! ·· ·:· . ( i 18, and Brend?. I!o-.i-:. r 'i · ··; . . awards are hairy! !,,-. ! :,.··; | Steinmark, a Univ.:;~'!y ..; ,. Texas football star y.to ;·!.·!.....· leg ampnts'jvi i".-o.v,:' · ( cancer ami liilt-r'!:. :. Hcndricks. a fo : :;~; · . i 1 " out in football, -.'..r :i:, " track, received thi ..!··!.- · ·· ' Steinmark owan; '.·:, '.-;;. ·· his athletic ^K' '···' ·':· ··*·· ·. i achievement. An ·: '· ' · · - . ' Hendricks compi;:.! ...-. record, won t'.^o M:.;o . . ; . pionships ' and ",·.-,.- . p . · i outstanding compciitoi j ·;·;-.' '0 iiijih School fsrncd Player of the Kirs this year for : !!i;!L!lu;i to [he Class ·."irritdaa.nsuradc- · ·;;·:· i 1 ,!;!!^ third in .;!;-.· ula:;= snd was a i . :-:-:-':al foronsics ··· in ·:,'·,-,· York City, i- i. 1 .:. the fourth i.-: Jhe Steinmark · p'rls, earned 11 ! .:i; years at Wray ;i-n."(l (n ihe nil-slate ·tii/all team four . l.uv. nf (he Year ,-.i M-.r, yc-.irs while · ;·':.·!:!'..':··. 10 thf, 1 .slate i-':-.-j,!!)i(insliip and ·; M Ih': all-stale ' ;o girls' vnlleyball :·.., '..'ho is active in iii/icil and various .iis, ranks sixth in ling class. affairs of the team," said Feldraan, a lawyer and minority stockholder in the Pistons. He will handle contract negotiations, finances and lead the search for a new and bigger site for the team to play in. Kauffman, a graduate of Guilford, the same school that has produced Detroit forward M.L. Can- and Philadelphia guard Lloyd Free, comes to the Pistons from two seasons as assistant GM with Atlanta. He played seven years in the NBA, four with Buffalo, making the All-Star team' three limes, before his career was shortened by arthritis in the right hip. While Feldman is freed to handle legal, financial and contractual matters, Kauffman and Brown will determine the Detroit roster. They also indicated the bickering and public displays of dissatisfaction by the players was about to come to an end. "I think I may have been remiss in not taking remedial action as soon and as strongly as I should have at times last season," Feldman said. "I think we should have been sterner, firmer with problems. as they arose." "I don't believe in fines," Brown said, "but if that what is going to be necessary, it will be done." Coaches for this summer's All-State basketball games have been named. In the Class AAA division, Denver Kennedy's Earl Sand- stcdt win handle the North while Norm Colglazier of Pueblo East will coach the South. 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