Chippewa Herald-Telegram from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin on June 20, 1986 · 12
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PAGE 2 SECTION B CHIPPEWA HERALD-TELEGRAM FRI, JUNE 20. 1308 All-Stars win; Cray teams sweep CHIPPEWA FALLS - While the Lite All-Stars won their showdown with Pizza Hut I Thursday night, three Cray teams scored a rare sweep in Division HI action in the City Rec Men's Slow Pitch League. Cray Rev B upped its record to 5-1 with an 8-4 win over Kell Container. Cray Research moved to 2-4 with a 17-10 victory over Kempe's and Cray II climbed to 2-4 with an41-9 decision over Short, Elliott, Hendrickson. The Lite All-Stars, the defending division champions, took over sole possession of first place with a come-from-behind 4-3 win over Pizza Hut I. The All-Stars are now 6-0. Pizza Hut is 5-1. In the night's final game, Monsoon's hammered Mill & Farm, 19-8. Cray Rev B 8,Kell 4 CrayRev B snapped a 4-4 tie sith four runs in the fifth inning. Gregg Kirkmeyer singled in the tie-breaking run. Mark Farley had three hits to lead the winners. Kirkmeyer and Jon Kellen each had two hits. For Kell, Mike Sedlacek had three hits and Rick Gates belted a home Ritz, Morrison's,, Cline 's CHIPPEWA FALLS Ritz Bar, MorrisonBloomer Bowl and Cline Combustion & Corner Store earned wins Thursday! night in the Tavern League. j Ritz tripped up Wolfe's Den, 4-1 2, to boost its National Division leading record to 5-1. Morrison's swamped Glen! Loch, 9-1, to improve to 4-2. Cline 's blanked Mason Shoe, 3-0, to up its mark to 3-4. Ritz 4, Wolfe's Den 2 Ritz scored all its runs in the fourth inning to beat Wolfe's Den Al Johnson and Dick Schneider plated all the runs in the inning. Snyder'sSchley's knocks off Kempe's CHIPPEWA FALLS Snyder DrugSchley's won the battle d unbeatens in Division TL f the City Rec Women's Slow Pitch League Thursday night, whipping Kempe's, 15-5. It was the sixth straight win for Snyder'sSchley's, while Kempe's fell to 4-1. In the night's other game, Fill-Inn Station buried Cigan's, 30-2. On Wednesday night, Bogie's and Cray Research both posted their third wins of the season. Bogie's downed Rusk Feed & Farm, 12-7, while Cray clubbed Chippewa Valley Mobile Homes, 21-8. Snyder'sSchley's 15, Kempe's 5 Snyder'sSchley's burst to an 8-0 correction CHIPPEWA FALLS - Action in the third annual Chippewa Falls Firefighters Fire Department softball tourney on Saturday will begin at 10:30 a.m., not 9 a.m. as reported in Thursday's Herald-Telegram. r remain wihk an Emus KBMrorai ii U 1 0.2 Cu. Foot Chest Freezer or 1 5 Cu. Foot Chest Freezer for Model CB10OJ TeotpaniunMrjraV tor warn you CouiHaHDB heiortr fi and just 42" jN Built-in lock. J Interior KghL I Lift-out storage I KMk.1 i Adjustable temperature control. Textured Kd; won't show fingerprints. We have our own major 90 Days interest mm 'HinurniRE "The Working Man's Place To Shop Save" HOURS: 9:00-5:30 Daily. Thursday until 8:00, Closed Sunday l, j HoJcombe Storei 1 n Hwy. 27. 3 miles North of Holcombe PH: 5954622 run, Mike Konwinski and Larry B rown both had two hits. Cray Research 17, Kempe's 10 Three big innings carried Cray Research to its win. Cray scored seven times in the second, four times in the third and five times in the sixth. : ' Doug Schemenauer had four safeties in Cray's 21-hit attack. Elmer Towner, John Knade and Bandy Halve rson all had three hits. Greg Hamilton and Paul Kaiser each had two hits. . "xv Steve Buhrow led Kempe's with four hits. Ken Taylor hit a home run and had two hits. Jeff LeMay and Paul Ippel also had two hits. Cray n 11, Short, Elliott 9 Trailing by a run, Cray II pushed across four runs in the bottom of the sixth to capture the win. Dave Collins doubled in the tying and go-ahead runs for Cray II. Bob Fehr and Paul Wenass each had three hits; for the winners. Steve Cermack, Ted Amman, Bob Nor-mand and Tom Ramlet each had two Wits. - For Short, EBzott, Rick Satterlee, Schneider had three hits to pace Ritz. Johnson had two hits and tossed a four-hitter for the victory. - Roger Ausman had a pair of hits for WoMe's Den. Morrison's 9, Glen Loch 1 Morrison'sBloomer Bowl scored four times in the first inning and five times in the third to easily be at Glen Loch. Bud Bowe had a pair of dorfbtes. Dale Bohl had a double and a single and Gary Seibel had two singles to lead Morrison's. Les Bowe also had a double. Dan Steinmetz gave up just four hits lead and continued to roll to a onesided victory. Cindy Frisle went 4-for-4 for the winners. Jeanne Rykal had three hits and Ellen Newman, Julie Darrow and Marie Holstein each had two hits. Fill-Inn 30, Cigan's Z Fill-Inn (3-2) scored at least five runs in each of its four at-bats. Mary Jacobson and Rhonda Seckora each had three hits for Fill-Inn. Nancy Bauwens, Jean Bowe and Clarice Jessick each had two hits. Bogie's 12, Rusk Feed 7 Bogie's (3-3) scored three runs in both the third and fourth innings to surge ahead for good. Kathy Plesac went 4-for-4 to lead the winners. Jane Lighthizer had three hits and Kim Willkom had two hits. ' For Rusk, Lisa Hendrickson ed the way with three hits. Kari Holte, Jan Zwiefelhofer, Sheree Christiansen and Sara Hanson all hadtwobits. -v Removable sliding basket Adjustable temperature Built-in lock. Efficient urethane foam insulation ' Orriy46K wide. Up-front defrost drain Modal CB1S0J appliance service department! free to qualified buyers Cameron Store Hwy. SS. 4 miles South of Rice Lake PH: 458-4880 J nm M VSSrf' Ml A EB Wayne Wagner, Roger Pehlke, Jim Newman and Al Everson all had two hits. Lite 4, Pizza Hut 1 3 The All-Stars scored three runs in the bottom of the se venth to pull out the win. Dan Jacobson's two-out infield single plated the winning run. The All-Stars collected six of their 10 hits in the final inning. I Terry Johnson, Al DeRusha and Lynn McDonough all had two hits for the All-Stars. Jim Woodcock and Dick Larscheid each had two hits for the losers. Monsoon's 19, Mill & Farm 8 A trio of five-run innings keyed Monsoon's win over Mill & Farm. Every player had. at least one hit in Monsoon's 20-hit attack. Bob White and Steve Nowak each had three hits. Chris Short had a grand slam inside-the-park home run. Short, Jeff Halum, Tim White, Tom CNeil and Glen Steinmetz all had two hits. For Mill & Farm, Bill Anderson, Ray Forsgren and Ron Fjelstad each had two hits. triumph in pitching the win. Mike Hepfler had a double among his three hits for Glen Loch. Cline's 3, Mason Shoe 0 Cline's scored the only run it needed in me third inning on Chris Cline's ground out. The winners then added two insurance runs in the fifth inning. Fred Strasburg yielded just three hits and struck out 12 in blanking the Shoemakers. Cline had a double and a single and Mike Zimmerman had two singles for the winners. Robert Lee had a double. Cray21,C.V.MobUe8 Cray Research (3-2) plated three runs in the fourth inning to snap an 8-8 tie. Cray then continued to pull away ta the remaining innings. Colleen Kinney had a home run among her four hits to lead Cray. Jayne Baugher and Nancy Bauer also homered. Jill Adkins, Baugher and Julie Van Duyse each had three hits. Bauer, Patty Kellen and Chris Bishop each had two hits. For Chippewa Valley, Sue Bohl had three hits and Kathy Kawell and Jean Smieja each had two hits. CRBL 2nd half racesheating up CHIPPEWA FALLS The second half races in both divisions of the Chippewa River Baseball League are beginning to heat up. In the North Division, Tilden's Tigers are 5-1, one game ahead of Bloomer (3-1) and two games ahead of Chippewa Falls' Lumberjacks (2-2). In the South Division, Eau Claire's first-year Pioneers are 6-0, one game better than Hallie's Eagles (5-1) and three games better than the Lafayette Indians (3-3). In key matchups this Sunday, Eau Claire plays two games at Chippewa Falls and the Indians play a twinbill at Bloomer. Elsewhere, Tilden plays the Lafayette Lakers at the Town Hall diamond, Hallie entertains Cornell and Cadott hosts the Jim Falls Sturgeons. All double-headers begin at 1 p.m. Next Tuesday night, the CRBL managers will be gathering at Pier 53 in Hallie to pick the teams for the annual Fourth of July All-Star Game. The meeting is set for 7 p.m. CHIPPEWA RIVER LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION 2nd Half Overall W L W L Tilden...... 5 1 10 1 Bloomer 3 15 3 Chippewa Falls ......2 2 6 4 Jim Falls Sturgeons......... 1 3 3 5 Cornell . 14 1 W Jim Falls Saints 1 5 .3 8 SOUTH DIVISION Eau Qaire 6 0 8 2 Hallie 5 1 9 1 Lafayette Indians ...... .3 3 7 4 Cadott 2 4 3 7 Lafayette Lakers 0 5 0 10 ANNUAL Twins' box California (Romtnick 3-5) at Kansas City (Leonard 6-6), (n) Oakland (Codiroli 5-7) at Texas (WittW), (n) Saturday's Games Baltimore at Boston New York at Toronto Detroit at Milwaukee Seattle at Chicago California at Kansas City, night Cleveland at Minnesota, night Oakland at Texas, night NATIONAL LEAGUE . EastDtvtsiea 1 W L Pet. GB New York 44 18 .710 Montreal 34 28 .548 10 ' Philadelphia 30 32 .484 14 Chicago 27 36 .429 17 Pittsburgh 26 36 .419 18 St. Louis 26 37 .413 18 WettDMstoa Houston 36 28 .563 San Francisco 34 31 .523 2 Los Angeles 33 33 .500 4 Atlanta 32 32 .500 4 San Diego 32 33 .492 4 Cincinnati 28 38 .419 9 Thursday's Resnlts San Diego 8, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 9, Atlanta 4 . Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 3 Houston 6, Cincinnati 2 Chicago at New York, ppd., rain Friday's Games Atlanta (Palmer 3-6 and Johnson 6-5) at Cincinnati (Browning 4-6 and Gullickson4-6), (t-n) Pittsburgh (Walk 2-3) at Montreal (McGaffigan-2), (n) Chicago (Sanderson 3-4) at New York (Fernandes 7-2), (n) St. Louis (Forsch 5-4) at Philadelphia (Hudson 4-4), (n) San Diego (Dravecky 5-7) at Los Angeles (Honey cutt 4-3), (n) Houston (Knepper 10-4) at San Francisco (Blue 4-3), (n) Saturday's Games Chicago at New York CHICAGO afcrfc MINNESOTA kt abrhbl 2 Paehett cf 4 0 10 2 Lnacaht 2b 4 2 1 0 Canada cf t 1 Flak dh Bainea if Kittle If Bonilla lb Guillen as Huiett 3b 3 1 1 4 11 3 I 1 3 1 3 1 0 Hrbek lk 4111 1 Brmakr rf S 0 1 1 1 Busk kf 4 12 2 0 Lsundr ah 000 0 0 GaetU 3b 3 10 0 1 Salsa dh 4 112 1 Hatchr dh 2 0 10 0 Raid e Sill 1 Gane as 3 000 Smaiicy as 1 0 0 0 I Tatala 37 U 000 tU 010 0 000 410 3001 3a Walker lb 2 0 ToUesn 3b 4 1 1 Cruz 3b Skinner c 4 2 2 4 1 1 Telala 30 0 11 CMeaga Game-winning RBI Toll eson (2). E Cangekial. Gagpe. DP Chicago 1, MimcaoU 2. LOB Chicago a, Min-nesoU 0. IB Hrbek, Puckett. Cangeloei 2, Bainea, Bonilla, Brunanaky. HR Fisk (), Kittle (10). Salu (6), Bush (4). SB GaetU (7), Brunansky (5). SF-Fisk. IP H R ER BB SO CUcaga J Da vis BnnatrWX Dawley McKeon James S,9 424 1 1- 3 12- 3 1-3 1 i 1-3 1 2-3 1 1-3 S 4 3 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 4 2 2 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 Anderson L.0-1 Butcher Atherton Jackson Pastore 2-3 Anderson pitched to 3 batters in 8th: Bannister pitched to 1 better in 7th; McKeon pitched to 1 batter in 9th. HBP-by J. Davis (Hrbek); by Dawley (Puckett). WP J. Davis, JacksonT 3:31. A 17,432. Major Leagues AMERICAN LEAGUE By United Press International fastDivteioa V LPH GB Human a sn - New Yrk Baltimore Milwaukee Cleveland Toronto Detroit 37 29 Ml 7 35 29 .547 S 33 30 .534 9 Houston at St. Louis at AtlanU at Cincinnati, night Pittsburgh at Montreal, night San Diego at Los Angeles, night 32 31 .SOB 10 34 33 .507 im 31 32 .492 West Division 35 30 .538 Texas Major leaders ByUirtcdPralnterutioaal Batting National League I lb r h pet. Gwynn.SD 64 251 42 83.331 Brits, MU 53 205 35 68 .322 Sax, LA 62 240 36 77.321 Knght.NY 56 208 25 66.317 Brwn,SF 50 186 26 59 .317 Rans,MU 61 237 43 75.316 Lenrd.SF 63 243 38 75 JOS Smth,StL 60 196 23 61.308 Hays, Phi 60 225 39 69.307 Schmdt.Phl 62 212 34 65.307 American League I b r k pet. Boggs.Bs 60 221 41 84.380 Yount, Ml 52 191 36 69 .361 Pcktt.Mn 65 287 53101 .352 Hrbk.Mn 63 237 48 80.338 Easlr.NY 58 204 28 66 .324 California Kansas City Oakland Minnesota Chicago 34 31 .523 1 33 32 .508 28 39 .418 27 38 .415 2 8 8 , 26 38 26 41 .406 8 .388 10 Seattle Thursday's Results Chicago 9, Minnesota 8 Cleveland 8, Seattle 1 Detroit 7, Baltimore 5 Toronto 10, Mew York 9, 10 innings Texas 3, Oakland 2 Friday's Games New York (Drabek 0-0) at Toronto (Ceruttil-l),(n) Baltimore (Boddicker 9-1) at Boston (Brown ), (n) Seattle (Langston 6-5) at Chicago (Seaver2-5), (n) Detroit (Terrell 6-4) at Milwaukee (Leary5-5), (n) Cleveland (Heaton 3-6) at Minnesota (Viola 6-5), (n) CF Kiwanis romps CHIPPEWA FALLS - Picking up where it left off Tuesday night, the Chippewa Falls Kiwanis Senior Babe Ruth baseball team pounded Lafayette, 16-1, Thursday at Car-dinal Field. The Kiwanians banged out 15 hits while right-hander Greg Schindler stymied Lafayette on just three singles. The Kiwanians scored in each of their six at-bats. Along with pitching the win,. Schindler rapped three hits, scored twice and drove in two runs to pace the Kiwanians, who are 5-1 in league play and 6-3 overall. Rick Baier also socked three hits. Four players had two hits Randy Baier with a triple and a double, Jeff Rothbauer with a triple and a single, Wayne Stoffel with a double and a CF's Lyberg gains All-BRC EAU CLIARE Chippewa Falls senior third baseman Kris Lyberg was the lone Cardinal named to the first All-Big Rivers Conference girls' softball team. Lyberg was a three-year regular Over 35 Tennis tourney to start CHIPPEWA FALLS - The second annual Over 35 Men's Doubles tennis tournament begins tonight at 6 pjn. at the Marshall Playground, Irvine Park and Chi-Hi courts. Action continues through Sunday. First round matches are as follows: Bill Gunderson-Bill Faherty vs. Dan Varga-Bill Piotrowski Wayne Erlinger-Tom Knoble vs. Gene Peterson-Harold Aamodt Greg Sleight-Roger Melville vs. Pete PritchanWack Kleinheinz Wayne Bollom-Jerry Farley vs. Terry Winter -Kent Sprague Bud Hughes-Larry Willkom vs. Harley Haley-Steve Bircner Gene Krhin-Dan Zutter vs. Jim Ziegert-Steve Budzinski Gene Mower-Jim Crawford vs. Tom Anderson-Dennis Mickesh Bob Branstad-Gary Linhart vs. Mel Bollam-Bill Sprague STRAWBERRY At the Anson United Methodist Church (1 Mile East of Lake Wissota on County O) JUNE 22 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. Featuring: SCOREBOARD Bell, Tor Rica, Bos Mttngly.NY Cartr.av Bains, Ch RrnxnLCl 65 260 64 254 66 280 62 239 62 252 63 216 iTi i r mmmm Marshall. LA 17; Parker, On and Davis, Hou 1 14, Brooks, Mtl, Garvey, SD and Stubbs, American Uagu -Joyner, 19: Barfield, Tor, and Canseco, Oak p. rTaOi in NaUonal League - C-Dayis, SF 48: ManhalL LA and Schmidt, Phil 45 atrterT NY 44; Brooks and Wallach, Mtl, and Davis, Hou 43. . American Wue-Canseco, Oak. 59; Mattingly, NV 52; Joyner. Cal 50 Murray, Bait and Rice, Boa 48. StokaBaaes ' National League Coleman, StL 37; Raines, Mtl, and Duncan, LA 30; Davis, On and Doran, Hou 20. American League Henderson, NY 43; CangelosT, Chi 30 ; Wiggins Bait 20; Moseby, Tor and Wilson, KC 17. Pitching Wtaa National League - Knepper, Hou and Valenzuela, LA 10-4; Rawley, Phil 9-4; Ojeda,NYM; Gooden.NY M;Krukow,SF8-4. American League Clemens, Bos 12-0; Boddicker,Balt, 9-1; Boyd, Bos 9-4; Higuera, Mil 9-6; Witt, Cal 8-4. National League Reardon, Mtl and Smith, Hou 16; Worrell, StL 12; Franco, On, and Orosco, NY 11. American League Aase, Bait 18; Righetti, NY 16; Harris, Tex, and Hernandez, Det 12; Stanley, Bos 11. transactions By United Press International BASEBALL CHICAGO (AL) Named Rico Petrocelli manager of Appleton of the Midwest League (A); reassigned Appleton manager Duke Simms to Penninsula of the Carolina League (A). CLEVELAND Signed second baseman Thomas Hinzo to a 1-year contract and assigned him to Batavia o the New York-Pennsylvania League (A). NEW YORK (NL)-Signed 2 free agent draft picks: catcher Steven plskor and first baseman Robert Olah and assigned both to Kingsport of the Appalachian League (A). MONTREAL Outrighted in-fielder Casey Candaele to Indianapolis of the American Association (AAA). PITTSBURGH - Recalled in-fielder U.L. Washington from Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League (AAA); optiond infielder Sammy Khalifa to Hawaii. SAN FRANCISCO Recalled left-handed reliever Chuck Hensley from Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League (AAA); optioned right-handed, reliever Bill Laskey to Phoenix. San Francisco Philadelphia, i single and Jeff Secraw with two singles. Darin Schemenauer collected the other hit for the winners. John Plesac, Mike EUdn and Bob Hall had base hits for Lafayette, with Elkin driving in the lone run in the third inning. Schindler struck out seven and walked three. He didn't allow a hit after the third inning and only one base runner over the final four innings. The Kiwanians struck for three runs in the first inning on four hits. Randy Baier's two-out triple plated Schindler with the game's first run. The Kiwanians travel to Thorp Saturday for a 4 p on. double-header. Lafayette...... CF Kiwanis.... ....801 000 0 1 3 4 ....323 431 z-16 15 1 for the Cardinals, who finished with a 6-4 league record and an 11-7 overall mark. Five players from co-champion Eau Qaire Memorial made the first team second baseman Kristin Parker, centerffelder Angi Weiss, pitcher Kris Borland, catcher Amy Winter and outfielder Jackie Anderson. Parker, Weiss and Borland were unanimous picks. Co-champion La Crosse Central also had five first team picks shortstop Katrina Wuensch, pitcher Cammy Midtlien, first baseman Emilee Sheldon, outfielder Pam Bagniewski and utility player Sue Koehler. Eau Claire North's picks were designated hitter Sheila Hazelton, pitcher Jodi Supple and. outfielder Kelly Spencer. Logan landed utility player Sue Hellrude. The all-conference team was picked by the league coaches. Memorial and Central both were 7-3 in league play this spring. Chi-Hi and Menomonie tied for third at 6-4. North was 3-7 and Logan was 1-9. SUPP ER 40 84.323 38 82.323 43 89 .318 37 74.310 36 77 .306 22 66.306 SEATTLE - Placed catcher Steve Yeager on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Wednesday recalled catcher Dave Valle from Calgary of the Pacific Coact League (AAA) COLLEGE TOLEDO Named Marc Com stock an assistant basketball coarh BASKETBALL - PORTLAND Traded forward-center Mychal Thompson and the rights to draft choice Larrv KrystkowUk to the San Antonio Spun for forward-center Steve Johnson. . city golf results TIMBER TERRACE WED. MEN (jane is results m parentheses ) FuelServtce ()..... . ..150 Novelty Cleaners (154) ..... 149 Mower Insurance (21). . ... . 142 H&K Electric (ia) .......141 Tschopp-Durch "(25H )..... :.13H Christensen's (24H) . . . ... i3gu PizsaHut (16H).. .....137 NorthernX-Arm (22) ....... 435 . Anchor Savings (18) . ; ...... 132 SchmitzS-Valu (14) 132 1 nw ivyiRiai rv prarnnuc No. 1 Men: Jim Bischel 37; Bob Young 38; Bob Sires 40. No. 2 Men: Frank Falkner 40; Denny Metzdorf 41; Phil Larkowski 41. - - - No. 3 Men: Chuck Reed 43; Bob Piotrowski45. - No. 4 Men: Hank Geissler 50; George Perrenoud 50; Day e Sinette SO. t- - HIGH POINT WINNERS Joe lies 8; Bob Piotrowski IVi: Bob Young 7; George Perrenoud 7: Phil Larkowski 7: Jim Bischel 7: Chuck Reed 7: Hank Geissler 7. OJTBWA THURSDAY MORNING LADIES GOLF LEAGUE (36 goUers participated ) (AFUglit) Low Gross: Pat Hebert 45. ' Lew Net: Carta Kleinheinz 30. Low Putts: Joan Bischel 13. Special: Hebert Ic Gyda Nadreau 24. . Birdie: Dorothy Wichlacz on No. 2. (B Flight) Law Gross: Arlene Wooldridge 49. Low Net: (tie) Ev Walloch & Lucille Roshell 33. Low Potts: Mary Hanson 18. Special: Carol Reed it Wooldridge 29. (C Flight) Low Gross: Naomi Loiselle 57. Low Net: (tie) Ursala Brown, Virginia Sippy and Carol Waldusky 36 - --. Low Potts: Ruby Borfonie. Special: LoiseUe 3d. (D Flight) Low Gross: JoPiskoty62. Low Net: Florence Nelson 33. Law Putts: Neoma Dole, Alzada Erickaon and Joan Perrenoud 17. Special: Piakoty & Lorraine Pontius 34. Chip-In: Piskoty. Mason Flame capture wins in r CF Little League CHIPPEWA FALLS - Front-runners Mason Shoe in the Majors and The Flame in the Minors posted wins in Chippewa Falls Little League action. Mason Shoe swatted Kell Container, 9-4, to move to 4-1 in the second half and 9-3 overall. Mason's shares the second, half lead with Royal Credit Union. The Flame won its ninth straight -game by a 5-0 margin over Amoco. The Flame is 11-1 overall, tops in the league. v , Mason Shoe 9, Kell 4 Matt Frasch rapped a double and a single to lead the Shoemakers. Eric Mueller chipped in with a doubleHaving one hit each were Craig Frenette, Jason Andreo, Glen Jaeobson and Jim Bedell. Three pitchers Chris Ferstenou, Frenette and Eric Monarski -combined to strike out nine and walk three. Randy Martin had a double and a single for Kell (3-2, 8-4). Joey Kloss and Dan Horel also had doubles. Cheyenne Janke, Travis Janke and Shawn Knutson each had singles. Travis Janke and Martin did the pitching, striking out 10 and walking four. Flame 5, Amoco 0 For The Flame, John Lubs led the way with a triple and a double. Hannah Manny also had a triple-Collecting one hit apiece were Aaron O'Connell, .Aaron Drendel, Josh Pehlke, John White and Jason Flug. Pitchers Aaron Drendel and Jamie Bresina struck out 13 and walked four. Drendel had nine of the strikeouts. Matt Leineokugel had a double for Amoco (5-4-1). Pitchers Ryan Ojibway and Joe Coughlin combined for nine strikeouts and two walks. from the sports files' 23 YEARS AGO Joe Manslert and Bert Minahan teamed for a 6S to take first place in the Elks MeA's Golf League. a YEARS AGO Jim Sullivan fired a one-hitter as Griffin-Doege beat Seyforth's, 8-1, in the Babe Itch League. ' 13 YEARS AGO First-year touring pro Jerry Pate won the UJ5, Open by two strokes over Tom Weiskopf and Al Gieberger. 5 "YEARS AGO David Graham became the first Austrialian to win the UJS. Open. He won by three strokes.

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