Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 22
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Pat* 22 GREELEY TRIBUNE Fri., May 15, 1970 GC To Host Brighton Saturday in State AAA T h e Brighton Bulldogs,] Skyline Conference champions, will invade Butch Butler Municipal Field at 1:30 p.m. 1 Saturday to meet the Greeley Conference championship with a|strategy of Rangel vs. Rangel. 14-0 record. Overall the Wildcats Coach of the Wildcats is Kich second state playoff learn in Rangel, in his first season. And take a 17-0-1 won-lost-tied Central Wildcats in the State tie was 3-3 with Arvada West record in the state action. The four seasons at the Brighton A A A baseball playoffs. quarterfinal The winner enters the State AAA tournament May 22-23 at U n i v e r s i t y of Northern record. Colorado's Jackson Field. Central won the Northern in the snow-shortened season's opener. Brighton won the Skyline Conference crown with a 15-3 in Mexico -- Leon Guantano. Saturday's Rangel Duel Central won the state championship once, 1957. Last year the Wildcats took the Northern Rangel is coaching his crown then lost in the quar- helm. The R a n g e 1 s are not were born in the same town In 1968 Brighton qualified for the tournament at Jackson terfinals to Aurora Central, 2-1. Both teams sport outstanding balling attacks, while Central record and 1.48 earned run average. He bats no. five, leads related though their fathers holds the edge in pitching. Brighton beat Regis, 15-3, Monday to gain the Skyline Bulldogs are led by Tim Heng and Third title. The Baseman Bill Norman. Top Pitcher has an 8-1 Heng won-lost , . , , the t e m in runs batted in with Heng; 17, has a pair of home runs and has a .462 batting average. Norman has slugged five home runs and driven in 13 runs. His average is .390. order: Dennis Lockman, riglitand 1.94 earned run average. field, .325; Stan Rosenbrock, shortstop, .472; Robert Von Keldt, second base, .667 (six hits in nine at bats); Norman; 3ennett, Vonn Feldt and Imatani sophomores. Heng, Lockman, Rosenbrock, Schwab and Rowe are seniors! Norman and 3-1 wins over Sterling, .350; Roger Schwab, first base, .333 and Steve Bennett, catcher, .146. Rosenbrock is Brighton's no. The probable Brighton batting two pitcher with a 3-1 record Field, placing fourth. Greeley Brighton JSophi is young ·with earned run average, the best ] _ the school's history. He has ] 76 strikeouts in 47 innings. Righthanders L o w e r and Henry Thompson saw action ast Saturday in Central's 14-4 is a junior. Central's Rangel plans to use lis regular batting order: Arnei Duran, ss, .333; Jim Ankeney, cf, .344; Tom Lower, Ib, .306; Dick Keever, If, .422; Bob Kelly, p, .333; Bob ronquist, rf, .375; Kim Brill, 2b, .219; Bob'Chavez, 3b, .208, and Ken D'Amal9, c, .357. Lower leads the team in extra base hits. He has five home runs, two triples and a double, rle has 10 runs batted in. Sets Team Pace Keever is the RBI leader with 16. He hasa pair of homers, ,wo triples and three doubles, i e h a s s c o r e d 11 times. Ankeney is believed to have set the school's stolen base record this season with 16 successes. He leads the team in scoring with 13 runs. He's drawn a dozen walks. D'Amato is the outstanding ninth batter in the state. He's contributed 12 runs batted in in batting "no. 2 cleanup." L e f t h a n d e r Kelly and righthander Dave Jones give the Wildcats formidable mound strength. Kelly to Start Kelly has a 10-0 record with a 0.53 earned run average. We has struck out 134 batters in 69 innings. In one game againsl Poudre Kelley set the school record with 19 whiffs. Of course his total strikeout record is a school mark. Lower went the distance in the second game. They are ready 'or relief assignment in the playoffs. CENTRAL Won 17, Last 0, Tied 1 3 Arvada West (tie) Cherry Creek Englewood Arvada "Poudre *Ft. Collins ·Ft. Collins "Longmont ·'Loveland ·Greeley West *Greeley West "Poudre ·Ft. Morgan *Ft. Morgan ·Longmont ·Sterling "Sterling Northern games. BRIGHTON Won 15, Lost 3 Westminster Ranum Merritt Hutlon Ranum Mapleton Maplcton Adams City Highland (Thornton) Highland (Thornton) Westminster Broomfield Broomfield Merritt Hulton Regis Adams City Northglenn Northglenn Regis NORTHERN CHAMPIONS -- Greeley Central's Wildcats Saturday play Brighton in the quarterfinals of the Slate AAA baseball playoffs. Gametime is 1:30 p.m. at Butch Butler Municipal Field. Members of Coach Rangel's team are: front row, from left, Lonnie Grossnickle, Dick Keever, Joe Murphy, Arnie Duran, Bob Chavez and Scott McLaulhlin; middle row, Student Manager Jim McLaughlin, Henry Thompson, Ken D'Amato, Bob Gronquist, Keith Bowers and Scorekeeper Gary Edie; back row, Coach Rich Rangel, Tom Lower, Dave Jones, Bob Kelly, Jim Ankeney, Kim Brill, Steve Allen and Assistant Coach Leonard Varriano. (Central photo by Jim Bornemeier) Central Wildcat Facts (Compiled by Rich Rangel BATTING «b r h rbi 2b 3b hr sb s sf hp bb Player Keever, Dick 45 H 19 16 3 2 2 2 1 1 Gronquist, B o b _ 2 4 5 9 7 2 0 0 7 1 Jones, Dave 2 2 4 8 3 0 0 0 0 1 D'Amato, Ken , 42 9 15 12 3 0 0 0 Ankeney, Jim 32 13 11 4 0 0 1 1C Duran, Arnie _ 63 12 21 5 3 0 1 3 Kelly, Bob . 31 4 10 2 3 1 1 0 Lower, Tom _ 49 10 15 10 1 2 5 0 Murphy, J o e 3 2 5 8 2 1 0 0 2 Brill, K i m 3 2 1 0 7 3 3 0 0 2 Chavez, Bob ..._ _ 48 G 10 8 1 0 2 1 Grossnickle, Lonnie 6 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 McLauthlin. Scott _ 6 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 Allen, Steve _ 2 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 Bower, Keith 1 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 Thompson, Henry - 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 1 1 G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 469 97 140 77 21 5 12 34 I t 4 12 Greeley Central in 5th Spot in State Golf Play AIR F O R C E ACADEMY,,Central 3-13, Pueblo South 344, Colorado Springs Mitchell 361, P c t -!(Ar) -- Snow and oilier delays Pueblo Roncalli 34G, George Trinidad 302, Fort Collins 302, ·? 2 j:.hampered the first round of the Washington 349, Pueblo Central.Canon City 365, Durango 3CG, · :i75 i Colorado State High School Golf' 3 " 1 . Arap;.-hoc 351, Westminster,Wasson 307. Longmont 370, . _ ,, Championships here Thursday," 152 ' Fort Morgan 353, Jeffcr-iBroomfield 372, Pueblo East 374, · 3 5 7 -as defending champion Boulder j son County 354, Thomas Jeffer-'Denver East 375, Grand Junc- ·? 4 ^ Fairview bolted to the team s(1 " 3tf, Pueblo Centennial 358,'tiln 375. Evergreen 378, Mont- Morgan Raceways, Inc. STOCK CAR RACING EVERY SUNDAY · FUN · THRILLS Time Trials 1 p.m. Races Star! 2 p.m. WEST OF FORT MORGAN ON WEST RIVERVIEW AVE. .300. 250 , opening Boulder Fairview finished the : lAlameda 358, Regis 358, Love-'rose 390, Rifle 390, South Den:land 358, Mullen 3C1, Ranum 361;ver 400. day of the two-day .219 .208 event at 3:!.'i, four strokes ahead of Cherry Creek. ,1(57 Leading fhe Fairview attack 167 was Tim Brauch, who shared '1.1:1 first-round medalist honors at '(I7i:79 wilh Dave DeLude of Long-'*"' ooo'moil! :'.nd Bistch C.'arlyon of * : nT~""w Grcelcv Central. 353-4445 50th Ave. at 20th St. 101 Pitcher Kelly. Bob _ _ Jones. Dave Lower, Tom _ Thompson, Henry _ _ 3 PITCHING ip 69 47 7 3 h 39 26 4 3 r 11 7 1 4 er 5 0 I 4 era O.S:i 0.00 1.00 9.31 bb 10 16 3 1 Totals 126 72 23 10 0.55 30" Stars, Pacers Open ABA Playoff Series INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. ( A P I --iPacers tonight in the American Denver businessman Bill Dan-jRasketbal] Association cham- iels can catch two of his sports pipnship playoff series, enterprises in action in the same city when the Los Angeles anapolis 500-mile race, including one Lloyd Ruby of Wichita Falls, Tex., is driving in week- Daniels, who recenllv pur-j . chased the Stars, also has en-| end qualifications. Stars open against the Indiana-tercel several cars for the Indi-j Indiana, runnerup in lasl -- --lyear's ABA championship to j Oakland is favored over the young Los Angeles team. The ; Pacers, coached by Bob Lcon- jard, had a 59-25 season record, | best in the league. They jbree/ed through the two round jof fhe Eastern Division playoffs with an 8-1 mark, brushing off Carolina 4-0 and taking Kentucky 4-1. Coach Bill Shannan's Stars finished strong in the Western loop, making fourth place with a 43-41 record and earning a playoff berth for the first time | in the club history. GOLFER'S SPECIAL MacGRECOR STARTER SETS men's and ladies' Regular $49.95 value for ONLY $39.95 Irons -- 3, 5, 7, 9, Putter -- 1 3 Woods GOLF BAGS -- ?6.95 and up H JONES o SPORTING. GOODS 922 8th Ave, Phone 353-3333 The Wildcats are in fifth i !place with a 343 score. Besides! so W-L-T j Carlson's 79, the Wildcats werei 134 10-0-1' Jim Fuller 84, D»-ve Brockwayi 76 6-0-0 118 and Clay Gorman 92. 10 1-0-0 i Some 30 teams and 200 prep 7 0-0-0 i golfers toured the 7,158-yard. "227 i7-|j-l;pa r - 72 academy course in 12 'hours. Action was first delayed when 1 some coaches complained that they were not informed of their, school's starting time until they 'arrived at 8 a.m. Some, they Isaid, were told they should have started an hour before they arrived. Then, about 2 p.m. the tourney was delayed when Air Force ·personnel shot a round while : prepsters were waiting. Intermittent snow showers and sub- 40 degree temperatures also : hampered play. The final team to finish the first round reported in at 8 p.m. 12 hours after first tee-off. TEAM STANDINGS Boulder Fairview 333, Cherry Creek 337, Aurora Central 341, Air Academy High 341, Greeley Highland Nurseries, SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP) '-- Rhodesia, faced with the refusal of oilier countries to play 1 against it, withdrew Thursday from this year's Davis Cup icompelition. Quality Volkswagen Service Repair by People Who Care AH work fully guaranteed and at sensible prices. Rink's Foreign Auto .304 13th Ave., Greeley Mon.-Fri. 8:00 io 5:30 Phone 352-2650 Sat. 8:00 to 12:00 It's Time To Get The Dandelions! f-'j'^raf®? **. f «$$*w: ^v-^ten-^1 Buy ISOTOX and get a FREE Sprayer! Buy 1 quart of ORTHO ISOTOX, the Multipurpose systemic garden insecticide and get an ORTHO Spray-ette 4 free. ISOTOX kills almost all sucking and chewing insects. The ORTHO SPRAY-ETTE 4 attaches to your garden hose, applies up to four gallons of spray with one filling. THE FINISHING TOUCH FOR WEEDS? 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