Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 15, 1964 · Page 25
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(Picture on Page 27) By GARY SNYDER ; his no-hitter as Sulphur took a j i -1-0 triumph over Jennings and J ! move the winners to within one j A couple of hard - throwing 'game of the district title, hurlers, Darrell Derouen of the i Derouen came within one out, Lake Charles Stevedores a n d of hurling a no-hitler and after Sulphur Post 179's B p b b y'Oakdale tied the score at 1-t Barnes, both came within one | in the seventh, the tall right ... .; t_f,, . ~. ' hgj^gj. ] 00 p ec j 3 Texas League single into right field that chased across Tom Olney with (he winning tally and give the Stevedores a 10-2 district rec- out of posting no-hitters in District Seven American Legion play Tuesday night. Derouen almost beat Oakdale .... single-handed as the hard-fling- Stev ing right hander iired a one-hit- lord. tcr and drove in the winning i The game started out as a tally to give the Stevedores a (real pitchers' battle between 2-1 victory and at least a sec-i Derouen and Donald Ashworth. ond place finish. . Ashworlh struck out the first While Derouen was fashioning six Stevedores to face him, his one-hitler, Barnes saw pinch while Derouen retired 18 men hitter Dwayne Istre single away ! in a row before Gordon Paul walked in the seventh. Paul got a walk from Derouen in the fourth, but was caught trying to steal second on a fine throw by Stevedore catcher Ron Hidalgo. The Stevedores got the first run of the game in the sixth as Derouen was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning. Ray Cole tried to sacrifice Derouen down, but Ashworth forced Darrell at second. Cole then stole second and Wayne Savoy lined a single off the glove of Ashworth that scored Cole. 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With some dare-devil running, Paul then scampered in safe to third with another stolen base, again getting a good lead off Derouen. Jerry Gunter then hit a slow chopper to shallow short and barely beat Greg Dupin's throw to first with Paul rushing home with the tying tally. The Stevedores roared back in the seventh to win as Olney walked and Greg Dowies hit a Texas League single to center. Olney holding at second. Ashworth got Hidalfjo to pop out CROWLEY IS LEGION CHAMP IN EAST RACE OPELOUSAS (Spl.j -Crowley reigns as champion of District 7 Eastern Division American Legion baseball as a result of a protest ruling handed d o w n here Tuesday. The Stale Legion Office overturned a protest made by the Opelousas Braves in their 4-0 loss to the Opelousas Warriors last week upon appeal by the Warriors after a District 7 committee had originally upheld the protest. As a result, Crowley finished its season with a 12-3 mark, while the Braves are 11-4. Win Behind Pitching Gems and with two out and a t' u 1, count on Derouen botb runners broke with the pitch. Derouen responded \viih a single to right. Onkdale never got the bull on I of the infield against Derouen as the lanky right hander struck out 12 and only walked two. Ashworth hurled a fine game also, striking out eight, and walking only one. Top defensive gem of the! night was turned in by Oak- ; dale center fielder Tom Burns that robbed the Stevedores of! , at least one run. Savoy had | j singled and sfole second'when i Delman McNabb came lo bat! with one out. ; McNabb hit a long, high flyi i to right center. Burns, although ! playing fairly close in, was off j at the crack of Dm bat and' i made an over-die - shoulder catch just short of die fence to rob McNabb of an extra base : knock and a run batted in j Post 179 took a 1-0 lead in | the second on Mike Melvin's long home run and p u s h e d across three tallies in the sixth to ice the game away. Darrell Ardoin opened 'he sixth with a single for Sulphur and stole! second. Richard Dure drove- Ardoin; home with a clean single and t Dore advanced to third on Rob- S ert Babineaux's double. Terry Saucier hit a grounder and Dore scored on a fielder's choice Melvin walked lo load the bases and after Ken Smith struck out, Barnes lifted a sacrifice; fly lo score Babineaux. Barnes ' fanned 15 as Sulphur ran ils record to 10-1. Sulphur hosts -\Vesl Lake tonight at 7:30. A victory by Post 17!) will give Sulphur the District Seven Legion title. The i Jennings'-Pcpsi Cola game has been cancelled as it has no: bearing on the top two teams i in the league, ./'.'linings finished ; league play with a 4-7 record, while Pepsi was IN. Oakdalo is ' now 2-!). BOB GILMORE Gilmore Named Head Coach At Johnson Bayou JOHNSON BAYOU (Spl.) — | Bob Gilmore, former McNeese i Stale College baseball player, ! has been named head coach at j Johnson Bayou High School tor 1 the 1964-65 school year. In making the announcement, Cameron Parish Superintendent of Schools U, E. Hackett staled that Gilmore will serve as head coach in basketball and track in addition to his regular teaching duties. H i I m o r f, who is currently serving in his second .summer as manager of a Lake Charles American Legion baseball learn, is a graduate of Grand L a k c High School and McNeese. S W Golfers Eye Wrapup Of Tourney Members ul Hie Southwest Louisiana Golf Association Will be taking dead iiiin at an inviting prize list !his week when they complete play in the association's 3(J-hole tournament. The players have already I completed the first 18 holes of ! play and have been bracketed j into flights. Competitors have ' | through Sunday to complete i their second round. A low lift and a low gross winner will be declared in each flight. Here an: the results ul the first round ul pla>, with gross score listed iir.-;l. lollowed by- adjusted net SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA GOLP ASSOCIATION (Championship Flight) ••urren Hood 78-74. Don Belloh JiBI Frank Dougherty 91-86, Willie Ortc-go 86 t.'. Mounts Jcssen 62-76, Floyd Burton 837?, J.mrny Beresford 8578. Benr.y Ho" conioc rt H. Sherwood C'H <H-U. Ch. v tcr Carir.u'i 84 76. (First Flignll t i i:c*u, t 6i-76, Dor, p ue w.yj E G Htr.ar,UiGf,. is.76, Ritnord LoBouve Pn'i ' -"/„ t& »!°7, M 7 *' 4° Koou S h «" " Pr>:i ,/oisi.T 81 7] Albert Trohan 98-87 Raipti HudMn_ 8271. Jim Butler 83-72, (Second Flight) Gene Br.liain 81-76, Jimmy Y.rule 94-82 Jock Scnonz 84-74, L. C Brown 85°' George Marshall 9i«3. Ed Shaheen 96. 83, Ro/ Fro.-iq u es 8775. Scott Sevier V4- T> Buddy Bartholomew 91 76, Joe Pi'a rc.-Ji IOC 65. Vaughn Adamv withdrew (Third Flight) •'•''on Hots 9276. Horr/ Wosnc-r 101-84 D J LoBouve 98-81, M,k e Karom « 75. .,. C. Knowles 9577, T L. v. r iiiia*'i lo«s 10C8I. Wu/nc Johr.ion 105-85 j'r it Doumite 9979, Paul Arceneaux 10585 (Fourth Pliant) J. B Mcl.er 113-92, Rthard Eaves 101 SO. C'Scor Cren'.i.a« 9V 76. C F Fi't-.cr ;'M-,'7, Cien-. D'o^ilt withdrew, Jen, ! Dun&n ,00 -C. C:<(f Landr, withdrew BOXJNG .'.t.v BEDFORD, w.sii --:,<;, : , b3. Ne<v York, slopped ;, . t j-j. . t ' : j2 .Vi^jn.i Beacn. 7 SAN JOSE Co.M.-Rc.jor Pij.c , ., ' ' r ii. butpomied l run Bilv Col Noin<ii:e. Tfun 13 SPOKTS s vvto... R'.J °° kd ° |p A ooo obo i-'-i 'i u LC Stevedore-, 000 001 1-3 5 o Donald Ashworlh ond Cordon Paul, Darrell Derouen and Ron Hidalgo. Post 179 0100030-4 It 0 Jc ""lnns 0000000-0 1 0 Bobby Barnes and Richard Dore; Milton Simar, Don Miller (6) and Nick rtztotcliio. H^—Post 179; Mike Melvin, 2nd, none on. Semi-Annual Clearance Sale STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 16th AT 9:00 A.M. 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