Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 45
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 45

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
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5D --August3,1975* Sunday Gazette-Mail _ Ctarteiion Acs Vkgiw* BALL Dunbar Girls Win, 9-2; Fruth Team Upset, 15-11 Our Congratulations to BurM Hatcher Dunbar defeated South Charleston Western, 9-2, to capture the District Three championship in girls Softball for 9-to 12-year-olds Saturday at the Carbide Tech Center Field. Marie McCarthy led Dunbar with two hits and Sissy Fox also had two hits for Western. Dunbar will now represent West Virginia in the four-state divisional tournament that will be held at the Carbide Field. The tourney will get started at 5 p.m. Thursday with a doubleheader. The pairings have not been announced. Other states that will play in the tournament are South and North Carolina and Virginia. Dunbar 1M 031 · - » 5 1 S.CWtstirn MO 000 0 - 2 5 3 Shawn BoggessandGlenna Walker; Sherry Myers and Rita Pauley. Hitting: Dunbar - Marie McCarthy 2-3; Western - Sissy Fox 2-3 . , .-, V «-"^" * , ^: · £,-?*·'·« v. ,x^ Bluefield's Ron Burger Tries to Flag Down Line Drive His Team Was Ousted Saturday in State Slow-Pitch Tourney Photo by Lewis Raines State Softball Tourney Defending state slow-pitch champion Fruth Pharmacy of Point Pleasant was upset Saturday in the state tournament at North Charleston. Legion of Guardsmen, fjrom Parksers- burg, edged Fruth, 15-11. Two Charleston teams -- Sportsman No. 1 and Smokehouse - were still in the winner's bracket as of late Saturday. Otter results had Spartan 18, Cannetton Coal 1: Superior Photo 10. Marion ShHIet Ins. 0: Bank of laeger 25, Summersville 11; Branchland V, Spencer State Hospital 4; Montgomery Independents 8, Procious 5; Economy 19. Thompson Brothers 11; Beckley Economy Motors 11, Summersville Eagles 3; ChapmanvilleNo. 223, Harper's Ferry Hobos 5. Legion of Guardsmen 13, Risk/sZ; Spencer State Hospital 16, Dixies 5; Classic Carpet 14, Courtney Son 4; Citizens National 15. Athens Merchants2; Dick's Place9, Harpers Ferry 2; F ive Corners 3, Dominion Post 1; Alkol 9, Brady Construction 3; Lockwood 14, Athens Merchants Dick's Place 9, Courtney Son 2; Sportsman No. 2 18, Thompson Brothers, 7; Risky's 12, Belfry Insurance 1; Lockwood 10, Procious 0; CanneltonCoal 11, Classic Carpet 10; Citizens' Bank 13, Montgomery Independent 6; Dick's Place 8, Spartan 7; Legion of Guardsmen 15, Fruth Pharmacy 11; Sportsman No. 115, Economy Drug 1; Five Corners 12, Hobos2; Sportsman 1215, Goff Brothers 4; Summersville Eagles 12, Bradley Construction 1; Sportsman No. 116, Golf Brothers 3; Sportsman No. 218, Thompson Brothers?; Smokehouse 15, Dominion Post?. S.C. Boosters To Meet Coaches The South Charleston Athletic Boosters Club will sponsor "meet the coaches night" at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the high school cafeteria. Coach Homer Criddle and his staff will talk about the South Charleston football program. All parents and interested fans are invited to attend. The monthly business meeting will follow the program. Refreshments will be served. MrtaMf'* track* Qwrttrfiokk Noon: Branchland vs. Sportsman t\. 1 -- Citizens' Bank vs Oatsun; 1 -- Legion of Guardsman vs. Dick's Place; Other teams to be decided late Saturday. Uttf'iBnclwt 10a.m. -- Lockwood *i. Spartan; 10 - Fruth Pharmacy vs. Summersvilte Eagles;» a.m. -- Hgntington i 1 vs. Riiky's? -Chapanvillell vs. Montgomery Indpen- dents; * -- Five Corners vs. Economy Drus; Others to be decided late Saturday. Bopra in Finals MORRISTOWN, Tenn. - Bopra Trucking moved into the finals of the Twin Lakes Fast-Pitch Softball tournament with four shutout victories here Saturday. Fred Doss picked up three wins and Buddy Howell added the other. Bill Payne's hot bat carried Bopra through the first four games. He had seven hits, including three triples. Blrdtewn Comm -V*TM °~° ,) 3 , Bopr». *0 2M x--15 15 1 Wildcat Saunsooke (4) and Hornbuckle; Doss and Payne. Hitting: Bopra - Handley2-3 inc. 3 RBI, Ballard double, Payne3-4 inc. triple, Parker 2-3, Bowen 2-4 inc. double, Williams triple. ,, ,, , ,, ,, . ,, , ROOTS »......-.....--.-.- 030 400 0--T II 1 Richiini»r.rrrz".ir.r.r.i...oM m o-o 6 2 Doss Hanley (6) and Payne; Jones and Ballenburger. Hitting: Bopra - Kaufman 3-5 inc. 3 RBI and home run, Williams2-4, Payne triple, Parker home run and 4 RBI, Doss triple. Richlands - Dunham 2-3 Inc. double, Hagy NEW CAR SALESMAN OF THE MONTH \CAPiTOI CllinSlBI mnoirn .441 001 1-11 12 2 ,...,," 000 000 0-0 « 1 Howell and Payne, Parker (6); Lossiah and Ensley. Hitting: Bopra - Kaufman2-5 inc. triple. Nutter 2-4 inc. double, Ballard 2-3, Payne triple, Parker 2-3. Boort 101 ao 0--4 t o ChiVoktt..'.'.". -000 000 0-0 1 2 Doss and Payne; Bocummaand Wolf. Hitting: Bopra Kaufman 3-4 inc. 2 RBI, Payne 2-3. 131MocCorkleAve.So.Cha$. Use Want Ads. 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