The Times from Munster, Indiana on April 11, 1985 · 45
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D-3 THE TIMES Thursday, April 11, 1985 WEDNESDAY'S REGION PREP RESULTS Baseball Lake Central 3 EC Washington 2 EAST CHICAGO Three third inning runs stood up as Lake Central (1-0) edged East Chicago Washington (1-3). SCORE VINNINOS r a 3 4 1 111 LAKE CENTRAL EC WASHINGTON tea 3B Roger Loon (ECWI 3B JerlBettcMLC) PITCHING SUMMARY DmNmtllCIW) 1 DeveBtatte 111 Jnm Alveret (ECWI L 14 1 Umpire: Jefctw. BeM River Forest 4 AAunster 1 HOBART A three-run single by Kevin Trezak in the second inning lifted River Forest (1-1) over Munster(O-l). Trezak's hit was one of only two for the Ingots off Perry Manous and Gary Shutan. Minister also only managed two hits off Mike Uhles, who struck out seven and walked two in five innings. Lou Hansen had both of Minister's hits. SCORE IV INNINGS r RIVER FOREST 111 MONSTER NO 00 4 00 3B LouHmwIMI PITCHING SUMMARY IP k r ar bb w Mike Utile P. F)Wp S 1 I I 1 t Prrv Manou (M) Lp 1 4 4 S 1 GerySrwtan 1 1 1 1 1 1 Umpire: Ted Warth. Jim Hoircroa EC Roosevelt 9 TF North 2 CALUMET CITY - Tirn Up-shaw had three hits and three RBI and Ralph Flores three hits as EC Roosevelt (1-0) belted TF North (1-1-1). SCORE IV INNINGS r It I EC ROOSEVELT 493 111 - r-1 TF NORTH 001 000 V 3B MlkaPrveralECR) MR Tim UpWiew (ECR) PITCHING SUMMARY r Seen Shtar (ECR) Wp S 4 1 Joevftepito 1 1 I PetMunea(TFN)Lp 3 4 3 NkaFrain 4 7 be. 1 I I Umpire: Ed Bonn. Bab Deicotto Crown Point 8 Hebron 0 HEBRON Troy Rush and Darryle Lewis combined for a two-hitter as Crown Point notched its second straight victory. Rush worked the five four innings, allowing both hits, striking out seven and walking one. Lewis pitched the final inning, striking out two. Jim Rex had two hits and two RBI and Jim Greene three RBI for Crown Point SCORE 1Y INNINGS r h HEBRON Ml tO-1 1 1 CROWN POINT 303 4x I ; 1 3B Scott Belat (CP) PITCHING SUMMARY Ip R r If bb to Blank (H) LP 1 7 f 4 3 3 Slant 113 13 1 Troy Rn (CP) Wp 4 11117 ' Darryle Lewtt 1 1 1 1 1 1 AAerrillville 11 Gary Roosevelt 10 MERRILLVILLE - Winning pitcher Steve Civinich drove in the winning run in the top half of the Fifth as Merrillville escaped Gary Roosevelt Merrillville scored four times in the fifth as Tim O'Shea, Jeff St. Germain and Mark Schmidt drove in runs prior to Civinich's game-winning tally. The Pirates then had to hold on as Gary Roosevelt put runners on second and third with nobody out, but failed to score as reliever Mark Krutz struck out two and got the final out by stopping an attempted steal of home by the Panthers. Chris Tobias had hit a grand-slam homer in the first to get Merrillville started. The Pirates, though, had to battle from behind when Gary Roosevelt scored six times in the fourth to take the lead. Schmidt finished with two hits and two RBI and St Germain with two doubles for Merrillville (3-0-1). SCORE BY INNINGS r t MERRILLVILLE JM !- 3 GARY R0O4EVELT 400 44-14 II 4 Jett SI. Germain 1 (M), Scon KlytendeH (CR) HR CnrbToblM(M) PITCHING SUMMARY ip ft r ar bb w Tobiee(M) M W W S CivMiirJlWp 3 Krvn 1 1 1 1 3 Cooper (G HarritLP I S 3 3 1 1 Umpire: welly McCarmeck. Tim SeroeM Hammond 5 Calumet 1 HAMMOND Four first inning runs were more than enough as Hammond leveled its record at 1-1 with a victory over Calumet A two-run single by Rich Sanders capped the first inning outburst Tom Dorton had driven the first run across with a sacrifice fly and Joel Jancich had singled in the other run. Sanders and Jancich 's hits were the only two by Hammond in the game. SCORE 1Y INNINGS CALUMET Hi-Ill HAMMOND al S3) PITCHING SUMMARY ip r N Ce vetch (C LP 3 1 S 1 1 1 lrM v. 1 1 1 I Senaer (M! wp 41 114 Uam R SiartfarC Bek Parkar Shepard 9-9 TF South 0-10 LANSING A two-run double by Bob Jaroscak capped a four-run seventh inning that allowed TF South to earn a split with Shepard. John Latronica aided the second-game victory for the Rebels (3-1) with three hits and fourRBL SCORE IV HVNINCS r p n s SXC'APO TF SOUTH M 1p 4-1 aa m 1 atrsi PITCHING SUMMARY i mi SCWE 1Y INNINGS . r ft p TF SOUTH BJ1 1Z3 4 M 13 4 SHE PAR O Ml 404 ft- t S IB Jareacek. Ovndakar (TFS); Mver (St MR MveniS) PITCHING SUMMARY ip ft r ar bb aft Podrtouei (TFS) 4 1 S I I 4 Anderson 14 1 4 4 4 1 MwHmanWp FH 11113 Arv(S S 3 1 1 S GentalaiLp 3 4 7 S 1 S - Umpire: MM Lamonier. Ok ftona Morton 18 Whiting 7 HAMMOND Jim Alayon reached base five times as Morton (1-2) bombed Whiting. SCORE 1Y INNINGS WHITING US HP- 7 3 4 MORTON PM 7a M 13 4 3B Oev Garta. Brant AOem (Ml 3B KetmwrMen(M) llliana Christian 11 Chicago Christian 4 LANSING Dale Meyer struck out eight and allowed Just three hits in pitching llliana Christian past Chicago Christian. Steve VanKinken had three bits and Jim Percifield and Russ Hoekstra two RBI apiece for the Vikings, 2-1 on the season and 1-1 in Private School League play. SCORE 1Y INNINGS r ft p CHICAGO CHRISTIAN 301 M 4 3 3 ILL! AN A CHRISTIAN 443 Ox II 1 S 28 Horl (CI. Steve VanKuikan (IC) Jim Pare KKki (IC) PITCHING SUMMARY ip h r ar bb aa Colllna (CO Lp 3 4 1 4 7 4 Plttmen 13 3 113 HOW 111111 Oale Meyer (IC)Wp S 3 4 I 1 1 Umpire: Laroy Kramar, Dan Sachnor? Lowell 8 Hanover Central 2 LOWELL - Don Wisch had two hits, including a two-run homer, and drove across three runs to lead Lowell past Hanover Central. Aiding the Red Devils (2-4) were Joel Holt with three hits and Dale Kennedy with two RBI. Paul Thonisberry drove in both runs for Hanover Central (0-3). SCORE 1Y INNINGS r ft p HANOVER CENTRAL HI 00 3 S 1 LOWELL 110 5 1 11 I Dav Or an (HC)i Don WKck. SNjvp Adam, Grevar ftadman (L) HR OonWiacn(L) PITCHING SUMMARY lp ft r ar bb aa Pat Sewewe (HC) Lp M I I I I 1 TlmFraaman k 3 1 3 I 1 Kevin Smith (L) Wp S S 1 1 I 1 Umpire: Lao Gill. Roper Adam Chicago Washington 14 Chicago Harlan 8 CHICAGO Alex Fernandez had two hits and four RBI to lead Chicago Washington (6-2-1) past Chicago Harlan. Steve Polewski, Ricky Redmon and Juan Mai dona do added two hits each to aid the Minutemen cause. SCORE BY INNINOS r ft p WASHINGTON SOQ S4-M W 1 HARLAN 433 04 17 1 IB Ricky Pedtnon, Alas Farnandai ( W) MR A lax Farnandai (W) ; Howie. Peete (M) PITCHING SUMMARY lp ft r ar bb ao Slav Ry (W) wp 3 3 4 4 1 1 Mark Barbuah 1 4 4 3 1 1 VeolHLp 5 14 II 1 Umpire: Steve Pamon Softball Crown Point 9 Valparaiso 0 CROWN POINT Junior Kris Gutridge limited Valparaiso to one hit as Crown Point opened its season by blanking the Vikings. The only hit off Gutridge was an infield single by Murphy that deflected off her glove in the second inning. She walked five and struck out five. Nancy Cebular drove in three runs and Pam Stefankiewicz two for the Bulldogs. Tracy Roller aided with a pair of singles. SCORE 1Y INNINGS r ft VALPARAISO 001 BOO 1-1 1 3 CROWN POINT 3SI SM X 1 a I 31 DMiaHadrlck (CP) PITCHING SUMMARY ip ft r ar bb I Sandy Ducal (V) Lp 4 117 1 KrKGulrMsc(CP) Wp 7 1 1 1 S f Umpire: Greg watkar. Earl Stranp Thornwood 5 Merrillville 0 MERRILLVILLE - Thornwood got a three-hit shutout pitching performance from Julie Johansen in blanking Merrillville (1-1) in its season opener. Johansen struck out six and walked three. SCORE IV INNINGS THORNWOOD 13 II S 4 1 MERRILLVILLE 000 00 1 3 4 PITCHING SUMMARY lp ft r ar bb aa Julia Jananaan (T) WP S 3 1 1 3 4 CetieenCoriMM)Lp t 7 S 3 3 I Umpire: Chuck Krercrar). Jim Louon Whiting 10 Portage 9 PORTAGE Whiting was held hitless through the first four innings, but still managed to escape Portage. The Oilers scored five times in the sixth to overcome a 7-5 deficit awl then held on for the victory. Kim Kender and Diana Miles drove in two runs each and Sherri Ulm had two hits for Whiting ( 1-0) . SCORE IV INNINGS ft t 7 IP 1 Snawy WHITING M BPS PORTAGE Ml 7 snarl UM. Oana Vie Mackmaa(P) (WI; GREAT SAVINGS ON A GOOD SELECTION OF CAMPING & FISHING ITEMS SPOTTING GOODS Soulhlake Mall 769-9075 PITCHING SUMMARY ip ft r ar bb aa Snarl Ulm (W)Wp 7 H f S S 4 Terew Sprktomen () 1 1 S S 4 1 KeMieViaLp 7 7 S S M 1 Umpire: Data Ferrero, Lowell Susdarf Chicago Washington 24 Chicago Harlan 2 CHICAGO Four players collected three hits each as Chicago Washington notched its third straight victory. Chris Schwank and Kathy Glin-ski had three hits and four RBI apiece to lead the Minutemen. Kelly Kawiecki added three hits and three RBI and Barbara Supergan three hits and two RBI to the Washington cause. SCORE BY INNINGS r ft a WASHINGTON (13)41 33-3 33 5 OWEN 003 40 3 3 4 IB Kany Kaarlackl J. Kettty GllraW. Brktort Oaottano. Barbara Supergan. Snenoe Torre (W) 3ft Barbara Supargan. Mercie Tier (W) HR Chrl StlMank.KanyGllnki(W) PITCHING SUMMARY lp ft r ar bb aa Cindy Cavar(W)Wp 3 1113 4 Kaily Kawtacki 3 3 3 1 1 1 KettiyGMmAi 10 113 1 Sianat(B)LP I 23 34 14 1 Umpire: Hunt. Wantngtan Marian Catholic 21-21 Bloom 0-4 CHICAGO HEIGHTS - Mary Ann Daviera had six hits and 11 RBI to pee Marian Catholic to a sweep of Bloom. Daviera had four hits, two doubles and two triples, and drove in seven runs in the opening game and had two hits, a double and a triple, and drove in four runs in the second game. Vanessa Matheson aided the sweep with five hits and two RBI in the twinbill. Stefanie Guillen and Sheila Leluga had two hits each and Carol Grobner three RBI in the nightcap for the Spartans (3-1). FlrttOama SCORE BY INNINGS r ft a MARIAN CATHOLIC 111 OOta-H 17 1 LOOM 000 00 111 7B Mary Am Davtara 2 (MC ) 38 Mary Aim Davtara 3 (MC) PITCHING SUMMARY lp n r ar bb ao Snannon GvlINn (MC) Wp 3 1114 1 SuiannaConnar 3 1(435 Scnainmg(B)Lp S 17 31 31 13 1 Second Game SCORE BY INNINGS r ft 4 BLOOM 103 10 4 4 1 MARIAN CATHOLIC 3(13)0 ?K 31 13 I 3B Damiani, McGulre. Erlkaon (B)i Vaneaa Marneion. Mary Arm Daviera (MC) 3B Vaneua Matnetan, Mary Ann Daviera, Carol Grobnar IMC) PITCHING SUMMARY ip h r ar bb to Jendroek IB) LP 3 14 It I 10 I Sneihtng 3 3 3 3 1 1 Suurme Connor (MC)Wp 5 4 4 3 4 Umpire: Welly Heutra, Pal Y eager Tonnls Boys TF South 3, Bloom 2 AT TP SOUTH SINGLES: No I Gary Chmlelewtkl (TPS) d. Rod Hewkin (BI.4-4, 4-4, No. 3 Jackie Barton (B) d. Derm SerletK (TFS), 4-3, e-3; No. 3 Chuck Motion (TFS) d. Tony Duncan IB), 4-3. 43 DOUBLES: No. I Joel Kaslewlci Deve Brown (TFS) 4. Splro Pouto Rod Bradford (B), 3 5. 44; No. 3 Mike Jeckert Paul Stovall IB) d. Rob Kunke-Mlk Mrowczymkl (TFS), 34, 4-3. 4-S. RECORDS TP South (3-3 overall). Bloom (07 overall! P ROSH SOPH TP South 4, Bloom I ,Saveupto$250 onTbro equipment SHHS a-Vm; these Toros are Mi iho T.ITS, , fjZ J r-V-. "-XTT priced uiiy below parT f V 21 . Hand-propelled. i f 7&&!&JF& V U 2-otle Side Discharge rM4L. kJh. tr 2M f ' tf- I Webrlirvein f3 lOOO slVa ATTACHMENT I)il22jri BtSnUl n..k.n8hinKbeurr. WFREE CATCHER trVr WOFH 'CW A Write your beet deal tvtr on a Toro Rider now. Our sr-ason'i shipmem just amved. Toro Rider and Un Trartors Kfv-Lecinc'and reco" starts. 25". 32" and 42" decks. Thp, 8hp and 11 hp models. Now with a 2-war tented warranty. Inert tane to buy. 1 Hanrtt I vou dune without a Toro long enough? 4 "1 trASili reg TORO INSTANT CREDIT APPROVAL PLAN. Up to $2,500.00 For Qualified Buyers. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Ask for Details! Girls Highland 4 Clark 1 AT CLARK SINGLES: No. 1 Debt Bell (H) d. DeAnna Crocker (C). 44; Ho 2 Barb Vrabei (HI d. Laura Radmke (C), 4 3; No. 3 Diana Lucaa (M) d. Penny Keller (C). S- DOUBLES: No. 1. Lorraine Womlek KarMaan Ulm (C d. Karyn Cada Diane McDonald (H). 4 4; No. 3 Pesoy Jecuon Kaffly Funston (H) d. Mary Ann Gwoen Mary KayGtndtn (CI.42. RECORDS Highland (34 overall); Clark (II overall) JUNIOR VARSITY Clark I. Highland 1 AAunster 5 Chesterton 0 ATMUNSTCR SINGLES: No. 1 Laura Januaonit (M) d. Jenny Laa (C), 4-3. 43. No. 3 Penny Karr (M) d. Jennifer Kales (0.4-3.4-1 No 3 Maureen Harney (M) d. Katny Conner (C). 41. 44. DOUBLES No. I Jill Goiubiewikl-Carnleen Cnevtgny (M) d. Jodie Hunt-Maureen Mullen (C). 4 1. 44. No. 3 Laura WerUi Connie Boyden (Ml d. Jackie Ruga Maura Ham (CI. 41. H RECORDS Muntter (14 overall); Chester-Ian (Oloveraiil JUNIOR VARSITY Monitor 7. CnetlertonO Golf Crown Point 188 Andrean 193 AT PHEASANT VALLEY, par 34 CROWN POINT Jeion Tnorne. 4S; Bob Segerl, ; JeN Bastlan. 47; Rob Flnnell. 50 ANDREAN Matt Reardon. 45; Pat COoton. 44; Pomorn Kulsakdinun. 50; Tom King. 51 RECORDS Andrean (03 overall). Crown Point (unavailable) Clark 182 Hanover Central 202 AT SOUTH SHORE, par 15 CLARK Pat Feoer. ; Jerl DetCamp, 4a; Kurt Kalapach. 44; Mike Huftko, 41 HANOVER CENTRAL Brian Terry. 54; Denny Cokenour. 51; Newel Aneerton, 50; John Foreman, 57 RECORDS Clark (14 overall). Hanover Control (O-l overall) JUNIOR VARSITY: Clekr 245, Hanover Central 244 Lake Central 178 Gavit200 AT LAKE HILLS, ear 35 LAKE CENTRAL Greg BauW. 30; Scott Bodie. 45; Jeion Miller. 47; Eric Buue. 47. GAVIT Bob Ince, 44; Scott Zvrewikl. 44; ChrK Zurawtki, 54; Erik K nine 1. 53. RECORDS: Lake Central (34 overall), Oevlt (unevaiieble) JUNIOR VARSITY Lake Central 115, Gevlt 345 Track Boys Bloom Trail 77 Thornwood 62 AT THORNWOOD 3 MILE RELAY Bloom Trail (Mike Ltorca. Jlmmte Syket, Rufu Taylor, Joe Biactutonel. 4 51 15. 3 MILE Pat D.aIey (T). 11:1345; Storm (T), 1104 S3. 130Y HH Luther Gordon (BTI, 14; Wiechern (T), 15.1. 440 RELAY Bloom Trail (Michael William, Luther Gordon. Terry Hampton. Aaron Mayo). MM. MOM Aaron Maya (BT). 10.33; Terry Hampton (BT), K j Stovall (T), 11 35. W Oler (T). 3:07 0; Jo Bleckatone (BT). 3:01; Mike Llorce (BT), 3:11.73. 040 RELAY Thornwood, 1:34.1. 440 Aaron Mayo (BT), 51.04; Marvin Tuihwn (BT), 53.15; Jlmmie Syke (BT), 54.54. 330 LH Rufu Taylor (BT), 40 43; Luther Gordon (BT). 43 34; Kenny Bradford (BT), 45J MILE Deany (T), 4:52.15; Storm (T), 4:54; Curtl Jone (BT). 5:10.04. 320 Michael William, (BT), naaj Stovall (T), 33.37i Andre Scale (BT), 34.3. MILS RELAY Bloom Trail (Marvin Tulliaon, Rufu Taylor, Jot Blacks tone. Aaron Mayo), 3:33.1. PV Tim Odom (BT), KM) HJ Wlechem (T), 444 Ken Bradford (BT), 510. DIS Banauak (T), 133-; Frezie IT), 113-1; Lumtdom (BT), 104 1 SP Banauak (T), 44 1; Freiza (T), 434; Pat Young IBTI.J9 4. TJ Ken Bradford (BT). 34; Sheehan (T), 3710; Andre Scales (BT), 374. LJ Sheehan (T), 30 3Vi; Tarry Hampton (BT), 304, ScaM (BT), 1 . RECORDS Bloom Trail (14 overall); Thornwood (I toverell) F ROSH SOPH Thornwood 73, Bloom Trail 47 every Toro Rider come never Be i better a llhp engme a ZT 4-m-l cutting deck a Twin Bagger optional 22" UtOriTHLr a3 2259- NOW 199900 JO MOET DOWJ 84- WQWTHLT irji aaiw V 1 V U CUU i JHK CATCHER VXA" i i ta1A kl Jn?m mm No. 504 Soccer Whiting 6 Griffith 4 WHITING Tom Kasselrud had three goals and two assists as Whiting opened its season with a victory over Griffith. ilSy;iiJJ;ii,!vJ5iI'flJJi.iiJi5!itIS!l!;ii!itl.I5Jt'.: Clip this coupon. 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