The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 22, 1976 · Page 10
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BRENT SCHMIDT WINS - Perham'» highflying Brest Schmidt earned a berth in the Region Six Class A track meet with this leap of 19-8 In the long jump at Perham yesterday. Jeff Glftertson of Dilworth was second at 19-4. Both athletes will compete hi the regional* at Morris next Saturday for a berth in the M5RSL Class A track classic. (Journal photo by Brace Bakke) Dilworth and Perham lead District 23 PERHAM - Dilwortb boys tnd the Perham girls lead following th« first round of the District 23, Class A Track and Field tournament held Friday at Perham. DUworth boys have totaled 19 points and the Perham girls have posted 24 in the preliminaries. In the girls bracket Karen Peterson of Barnesville won UK long jump with a leap of 15' 5V and Sandy Hasse of Underwood was second at 15' 3*1". . Kristi Kassenborg of Glyndon-Pelton won the discus with her toss of 107' 3Vi" and Florence Moenkedick of Perham look a second at 102' VIW. Barb Marks of Frazee won the high jump at 5' l" and Kathy Schmitz of Perham was second at 5' 1". In the boys bracket Breni Schmidt of Perham won the long jump at 19' 8" and Jeff Gilbertson of Dilworth was second at 19' 4". Tom Iverson of Barnesville won the discus at 1*2' 9£" and Mike Martin of Pelican Rapids was second at 128' 7V. Jeff Gilbertson of Dilworth won the high jump at 6' V and Mark Hustad of Battle Lake placed second at 5' 10". All these athletes will advance into the Region Six classic at Morris next Saturday. The finals will continue today at Perham. District 23 (earn points after first round Boys - Dilworth 19, Barnesville 17 1-3, Perham 12 1-3, Battle Lake 12 1-3, Pelican Rapids 12, Glyndon-Felton 6, Hawley 6, Lake Park 2. Girls — Perham 24, Fraaee 18, Glyndon-Felton H, Barnesville 10, Underwood 7, Hawley 7, Battle Lake 6. SENIOR HIGH SPORTS SCHEDULE Fergus Fab May U J.V. Golf at Detroit Lakes Tuesday, May S Subregion 3 Baseball Tourney at Detroit Lakes Fergus Falls vs. Detroit Lakes Moorhead vs. Park Rapids Ttunday, May « • Subf egion 3 Tennis Fina Is at Moorhead Subregion 3 Baseball Championship game (at Detroit Lakes) Saturday, May 29 Region 8 Boys 4 Girls Track Meet at Alexandria Region 8 Golf Meet at Detroit Lakes . , 3:00 1:00 3:00 9:30 2:00 9:30 9:00 EARNS REGION AL BERTH - Ptrhtm'i Ktifcy SchnlH cleared W f« a MM* IB Ike Rub of the nigh jump yesterday and earned a berth ii the ReglM Six, Clasj A traek meet at Morrh. All told over 300 area boyi aid girls competed IB me first round •( tke Dtotrict a meet at Ftihui. (Mm! photo by Brure Bakke) Journal SPORTS Fergis Falls (Mi.) ifirul Sal., May 22,1976 0 Streaking Royals pound Twins 5-1 By BRENT KALLESTAD AP Sports Writer BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - All of a sudden, the light blue baseball togs of the Kansas City Royals seem to have taken on the lustre formerly reserved for the more gaudy green and yellow of the Oakland A's in the American l/eague West. The streaking Royals pounded out 14 hits Friday night and whipped the Minnesota Twins 51 behind the four-hit pitching of right hander Dennis Leonard. The victory kept Kansas City Spartan gals defeated in state play The Fergus Falls Community College Spartan girls Softball team ended their 1976 season oo a sour note losing twice in the state tournament. In their opening game they commited eight errors and lost to Inver Hills 5-1. Kris Moen pitched a three-hitter and struck out eight in the loss. Fergus defeated Lakewood 18-17 in the losers bracket Moen hurled the victory. In the third game of the day the Spartans fist 6-5 in extra innings in the double elimination tourney. Major League Standings HMHAUGEN CLASS OF FEU) -PebctaRapidj' MphtMre KknHKgei, le»Jh(, ptm4 hi tke first round of District B track meet mat she will be the class of the girls dtvlslo. Haagen qualified for the Baals today ta tlree indivkinal events at Pertam. She skimmed over the HO-yard hurdles with a time of: U.I, she ran the lift-yard dash at :11.8 and she won me 180-yard hurdles with a time :24.1. (Journal photo by Brace Bakke) 1 'i games ahead of Texas while Oakland, which has won the title the past five years, lost its fifth straight and fell eight games behind. "Wail a minute," cautioned K.C. Manager Whitey Herzog. "We've still got 131 games to go. If we win 100 of them, we'll be all right." Herzog, however, wasn't entirely pleased with the Royals latest winning performance. "I'm not real happy with the game," he said apparently referring to successive base- running mistakes in the ninth Slow Pitch Scoreboard TAVERN SLOWPITCH LEAGUE RESULTS Becker's 16 Lantern 5 Winning pitcher was Al Walter. Losing pitcher was Norm Mortenson. Bob's 12 Silver Dollar 4 Winning pitcher was Jerry Jacquart. Losing pitcher was Dave Anderson. Corner Bar 13 ' Spot 9 Winning pitcher was Ron Kaduck. Losing pitcher was Dave Stigen. inning. "I didn't think we went about our work in the right way." Tom Poquette was picked off first by Minnesota left hander Mike Pazik and on the very next play Amos Otis was cut down after running haphazardly to second base in an apparent steal attempt "You saw the game," Herzog added. "I'm not going to elaborate. I just wasn't pleased with everything." John Maybeny, Freddie Patek and Leonard, however, certainly did their assigned tasks in the right way. Mayberry ei- tended a personal hitting string tO'll games with a long homer, double and two singles while the redact Patek went Wor-4 to hike his average to. .354. Leonard had little trouble with the Twins while winning his third straight to improve his record to 3-1. "It usually takes me awhile to get going, but I'm swinging pretty good now," said the hulking Mayberry, who boosted his average to .271 "Playing every day makes it easier too." The massive first baseman lined a 400-foot home run in the fourth inning to begin the scoring. He doubled to lead off the sixth and came around to score on Patek's double to begin a three-run Royal inning that finished Twins starter Jim Hughes, who suffered his fourth straight loss. "He (Hughes) has been better in his last three starts," said Twins Coach Jerry Zimmerman, who subbed for Gene Mauch after the Minnesota Manager was stricken with an intestinal infection earlier in the day. "I don't think ay body's going to walk away with the division," said Zimmerman. "Kansas City has a pretty solid nucleus though." The Royals took a 2-0 lead hi the fifth inning when Poquette lined a single to left field to score Patek and Frank White's two-run single climaxed the *** KANSAS CITY . MIXMESi iSrhbi PocfctetrtH 5031 BoUockcl Otiicf S 0 i a H:o*if GrVHl* S 6 Mi,berry lb 4 3 McflMdh 4 0 Co-urea* r| ' Q si:woo c, game-breaking K.C. sixth. • Unbeaten Al Fitzmorris was slated to go after his sixth straight victory of the reason for the Royals against Minnesota's Dave Goltz, 2-2,' in a game scheduled for national television today. FWNTila Lnrurdp 47311 3 0 I 3 f 0 C«riwU> 1 BraunJe 0 Wrr*rurc 0 Fordrt D OTr.mpyiu 00 JHuannp Bwsrae-Yp LM6DCTP Pilikp ToUl M 5 14 S KMmCity LOfr-Kinus City j. Mimesofa *. AHyberry. Pitek, F.Whit*. D T> "" "iybmYU)-SB-P»iN<I. IP H R EH B •KUQ-4) 53316 i S LMttxr Z1J 3 t I P«i'k MO 0 I WP-L«Mrd.T 3:37. A.—MR ARCHERY FUN SHOOT Siiday, May 23 1 p.m. at the,outdoor archery range adjacent to the city water plant Sponsored by the Buckskin Bowmen Archery Club Everyone Welcome OPEN BOWLING Friday and Saturday 6:30 p.m. to dosing. Sunday 1 p.m. to closing. PSone 738-3333 NORTHERN HIRE LAIS The Barn 12 Stockman's 11 Winning pitcher was Wally Carlson. Losing pitcher was Whitey Johnson. * L ret. CB IS 22 .iCl In NBA title series Celtics, Suns enter game one ByBERTROSENTHAL AP Sports Writer BOSTON <AP) - When the surprising Phoenbt Suns and the poised Boston Celtics meet Sunday in Game One of their National Basketball Association best-of-seven championship series, it will mark the first anniversary of a significant trade between the teams. It was last May 23 that the Celtics sent All-Star guard Charlie Scott to the Suns for dependable but unspectacular backcourtman Paul Westphal. It was one of those rare transactions that has worked out well for both dubs. And it will be the performances of both the flashy Scott and the consistent Westphal— who will be playing against each other—that could go a long way toward determining the new NBA champion. Scott and Westphal also opposed each other during the regular season, and the Celtics' guard and his teammates were the winners. While Boston was Bosox fall into fourth place, A's slip to fifth By HEKSCHEL NISSFJiSON AP Sports Writer The Boston Red Sox and Oakland A's may be the defending champions in the American League but right now they're only second-division teams. The Red SOT dropped a W, IJ-inning decision to the New York Yankees Friday night and fell into fourth pi ace in the East Division, six games from the top. The A's, fifth in the Al, West, lost their fifth in a row and are eight games off the pace. Neither manager is particularly worried, though. "I don't consider this a crucial series," Boston's Darrell Johnson said of the Red Sox' current four-game set with first-place New York, "but I don't want to gel loo far back." "I'm not discouraged because of our losing streak," insisted Oakland's Chuck Tanner. Kerry Dmeen, who didn't arrive at Yankee Stadium until the middle innings after his recall from the minors, singled home an unearned run with two out in the I2Ui inning to boost ilw Ysnkces over the Red Sox. Carlos May reached when second baseman Denny Doyle booted his two-out grounder and went to third on a single by Graig Nettles before Dineen came through. Meanwhile, Bucky Dent rapped out four hits and ex-Yankee Ken Brett made his Chicago pitching debut a success as the White Sox downed the skidding A's. Vida Blue, who had beaten the While Sox seven straight times, was the victim while. Brett allowed one hit in five innings before giving way to Clay Carroll. Brewers 4, Indians 3 Bill Travers fired a four-hitter, Sixto Lezcano hit a two^un homer and Milwaukee beat Cleveland with the help of two unearned runs in the seventh inning. The Brewers broke a 2-2 tie when shortstop Frank Duffy bobbled Bobby Darwin's grounder. Bill Sharp hit a pinch single and Tim Johnson and Robin Younl followed with run- scoring singles off Pat Dobson. Raagers i, Aageb 2 Nelson Bales held California ta one Ml afler the third inning and Mike Hargrove brought the Rangers from behind with a beating Phoenix in each of their four meetings, Scott outscored Westphal, averaging 24.0 points to 22.5 a game. However, Westphal, who played brilliantly over the second half of the season, was a better scorer over-all than Scott, averaging 20.5 points- tops on Phoenix—to Scott's 17.G. Both players have expressed their gratitude over the trade— and both teams have been extremely pleased with it. "I can honestly say I'm much better off where I am," said the soft-spoken Westphal, who spent three seasons with the Celtics, including their 1974 championship year. "At least in Phoenix I'm appreciated." In Boston, Westphal never- felt he had the confidence of Coach Tom Heinsohn. "I always had the confidence of the two-run homer in the third be- Pjayers, and I had my own con- fore a record Texas crowd of L" 5 *"™' bul: never nad *"*•" «,8H on Bat Night. . he explained. "It's a much bet- - - - — ter situation for a player when he thinks his coach thinks he's good. There will always be a part of me that will feel he held me back. "I don't feel I'm playing any differently now than I did when 1 was with Boston," added time, and I'm playing the kind of basketball 1 could have played for Boston." Scott, perhaps, had to make a more difficult transformation than Westphal, because of a bad reputation he had carried with him at Phoenix. He was criticized as being an individualist, a wild, unharnessed shooter, a poor defensive player and a malcontent. But with the Celtics, he has become a team player in the true tradition of the dub, capping his season so far with a critical steal and basket in Boston's clinching victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoff semifinals. Scoreboard Daltoa Slow-pitch Results Thursday Underwood 26 Aastad • 3 Orioles 8, Tigers S Doug DeCinces continued to sparkle as a replacement for veteran third baseman Brooks Robinson, slamming a grand slam homer in Baltimore's six- run first inning. DeCinces has gone 12-for-29 in his last eight games. Rosenblatt Stenerson Friday Gallon Legion Ashby Westphal. "I'm just getting my Jerry's Bar National Bushing NOTICE re MINNESOTA MOTOR SERVICE CUSTOMERS Due 1o our parts department frrt we regret thai' ire are forced lo close our mechanical shop unfl further notice. opening of our serrice department as soon as possWe. 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