Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 6, 1967 · Page 8
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HMio Free Press, Thursday, July C, 1967--8 Defense, Timing Key to Legion Victory NAMPA-- Three key de- kep Payette from scoring. Randy Shroll went (tie dls- School star lined a stngte coach Norm (fall. "Those out- times it looked as though the PAYETTE AB R H tensive plays and a single at Higgs, playing shortstop and Bur- tance for Nampa as did Steve past second which allowed his standing catches by Burton, N'ampa hurler might be in A B . n n H n ,, M HIEES ss 3 0 0 NAMPA-- Three key de- kep Payette from scoring. Randy Shroll went (tie dls- School star lined a stngte coach Norm tell. "Those out- times it looked as though the tensive plays and a single at Higgs, playing shortstop and Bur- tance for Nampa as did Steve past second which allowed his standing catches by Burton, N'atnpa hurler might be in (he right moment was tlie story ton in lettllM, botomadediv- Under for Payette. Both bur- teammate to score the one and lilggs and Steward were key trouble but he rose to the oc- " ai ^. al '. ebr cf o( the ball game Wednesday even- Ing catches on balls that would Icrs threw four-hit baseball only run of ftie ball game. plays." casion and corrected the situa- ^ S j ' t ii ing as the Nampa Legion team customarily be Mis. Steward ?.t but one of the hits off Under "It was a real tight ball Stroll struck out only two tion. fit the first half of the ^, otl S5 downed visiting Payelte i-0 in a second base made a runningone- was a big RBI for Nampa first game," commented Nampa Payelte batters and several contest Payette was able to con- Meyers 2b RBI game played at Clipper Field, bar.ded catch ajid throw lo first baseman Bill Bruneel Th« key plays came from Mark which held the runners. Bruneel stepped to the plate HiRS, Dan Steward and Larry Both teams had numerous in the fifth stanza after Bur- Barton. All three playersmade chances to score as they each ton had gained second on a wild "go for brake' catches which left 13 men on base. pitch. The ex-Vallivue High NAMPA FIRST baseman Bill Bruneel puts on along stretch in an attempt to beat a Payette runner in the first inning of the Wednesday evening contest in Nampa. Bruneel drove in Larry Burton with a single in the fifth inning that gave Narapa a 1 - 0 victory. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) SWEEP SERIES Cubs Clip Giants By BOB HOOKER CALDV/ELL - "1 got good *ood5^fas\ bajl," Caldwell ;ubs second baseman Larry Williams" said Wednesday nighl of tils grand-slam home ruuofUlm Willoughby that propelled (lie Cubs lo a 9-3 victory over Salt Lake Oily in Hie Moneer League. The blast capped a Jive-run second inning by the Cu'us and carried 345 feet. Williams' blow over the left field fence fol- lowed singles by Jim McMalh, frlarty Miller, Jeff Rude and Dale .Ehler. 'Ruiie's hit drove in the first run'of Ihe'frarae. Then in the third Hiide connected for a SCO-tool solo homer off loser Witloughby to wind up a three-run inning. An error, McMath's double, a sacrilice fly by Miller and a balk produced tlie first two runs in this frame. Starter Alex Distaso gave up five Giant hits, three for extra Lowell Hosts 25th Regatta CALDWELL - The 25thLake Lowll Regatta, the Silver Anniversary Regatta, will take place at the Lower Dam of Lake Lowell on Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9, wllh the biggest field in the race's history. Drivers from six states, Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, Ulah and Idaho will be among the more thin 100 entries in the races. In all there will be 30 heats of racing, 15 on each day. Local drivers in Ihe racing will be Chuck Gerdes, Dee Spratt, Ted Johnston. Roger Givens and Jerry Gradwohl li the Caldwell conllJijvi'- T)\l-3 Tolli- vei of Boise, Mason Sml'h of Parma, and ?r-';n Ontario Jon Bcal, Bill Boyer and Frank md Homer Johnson. Chuck Sellars will be one of the Nampa entries in the races. The Silver Anniversary Regatta Is sanctionedlii'the American Power Boat Association anJ is co-sp-iTsored by the Caldwl! Lions' Club and Ihe Treasure Valley Outboard 5!;icing Association. The races start at 4 o'clock on Saturay aflernoon and on Sunday Ihe motors will be humming from 1 p.m. on. The drivers will be compf (Ing for both tropliios and cash awards as well as national and regional points. Among the oul-of-slaleentries in the race will he Tom Tale of Sublimity, Ore., John Landon, Anaheim, Calif,, Bryan McDougal, Brigham City, Utah, Ralph Goodrich, Salt Lake City, Utah, and 1965 National Champion Cal Calvin of Salem, Ore. Admission for the races is $1 per carload. Hawks To Meef Mars'mg NAMPA- The Nampa Hawks will resume action tonight after a week's layoff when they travel to Marsing for a game with the Marsing serai-pro spiad. The Hawks are on top ot the heap In Border league competition at the present time show- in? rmly one loss, that, coming at the hands o( Weiser. Marsing occupies the league cellar. bases, over six innings iopick up the win. Reliefer Charley Hunt hurled three iiitless.frames in mopping up. r "We bunched our liits tonight," said Cubs Manager George Freese in noting that seven of the Caldwell hits came in the big second and third innings, "and we got good pitching again." By sweeping the Giants' series, the Cubs closed their home stand with a 4-2 record. Now they play six games at Ogden and Salt Lake City before returning home July 13. "I'd like to win four of si* on this road trip," stated Freese, "but we'll still be in pretty good shape if we can come out 3-3, especially if we win two of three from league-leading Ogden." The Cubs' final run came on three tralte in toe tillli all Hiran Lewis and two wild pitches. Triples by Gladstone Thompson In the first and by Rich Kiichie in the fifth led to a run each time for the Giants. Cubs infielder Gene Hilliard has been promoted to the Lodi club of Ihe California State League. The former Oregon State diamond and football star was a popular player here last year and in his time this season. SALT LAKECITY-3 AB H II RBI Thompson cf Radar c FIxico 3b Plnnow rf Cedeno If [toby Ib Ritchie 2b Newsom ss Wllloushby p Voss ph lewis p Item ph Bosch pr Welker p i i 1 2 5 4 4 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 I 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maldonado p h 1 0 0 0 TOTA I,S 34 3 5 CAI.DWELI--9 AB K H R B I Williams 2t 5 1 1 5 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 Standings Bruksch 3b Hughes ss Rock»ei: Ib McMalh cf Miller rf Kudo H Khler c Dlslasn p Hosendn ph Hunt p TOTALS ·1 3 2 2 2 1 1 ·I 2 2 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 'NUTHEft WORLD MARK Atl.stfuliK'.s gri-.-|t lll;tftr'' limner. Kim L'kn-kr, nm.s l l u Iwu imlw. in J i . l U . 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Milliard c Nampa's next action will £*?|f t )f be Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. Maslne m Jb when they host Twin Falls at scoti 3b Clipper Field. Under p The win boosted the home TOTALS team's record to 7-12. 4 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 30 0 4 M. Higgs SS Burton If D. Steward 2b Bruneel Ib Haken c Snodgrass rf D. Miss 3b Domari cf Shroll p TOTALS Payelte Nampa 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 27 1 4 000 COO 0 000 010 E - Meyer 2, D. Higgs, M. Higgs. LOB - Payette 13, Kam- D a 13. 2B - Meyers. - 0 x - 1 r= -*--i tempo row SJOK wm *ou a town nwu HKH KARCHFR MALL 9 to 9 Weekdays-12 to 5 Son. BUY NOW,,.NO MONEY DOWN Family Purchase Plan. Enjoy all the new p r o d u c t s . . . and pay as you use them! MORE FUN ... EASIER CRUISING OPflATID »Y OAMMI-SKOGMO, INC HIAWATHA 20" POLO 39 in carton Your Choice! Boys' or Girls' Model NO M0XCT DOWN $5.00 Per Month 95 Other CIMATTI Models Available! 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